Japan-Italy joint workshop

Workshop on physics and electronics of 2D doped materials


Dear invited speakers

We are pleased to announce the organization of the workshop “Workshop on physics and electronics of 2D doped materials.“ The workshop is a joint initiative of the Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Science of Okayama University (Japan) and of the Physics Department of the University of Naples (Italy). It will be held at Tateshina Tokyu Hotel, Nagano, Japan, during June 11 - 13, 2024. The purpose of this workshop is to build up a new forum / consortium to discuss physics / chemistry and device science / technology using two-dimensional (2D) layered materials for advancement of basic science and future electronics applications. The participants will report on a wide variety of scientific and technical developments based on two-dimensional layered materials. The organizing committee of the workshop has the pleasure of inviting you to give an invited talk on your recent topical works. We would very much appreciate, if you could let us know at your earliest convenience about your acceptance and a possible title of your talk. At the present stage, the organizing committee supports the fees necessary for the workshop, but the travel and accommodation fees for participants (including invited speakers) will not be supported.

With regards

Antonio Cassinese
Department of Physics & SPIN CNR
The University of Naples

Yoshihiro Kubozono, D. Sc.
Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Science
Okayama University
Okayama 700-8530

[Purpose of the workshop]
Workshop on physics and electronics of 2D doped materials
June 11 - June 13, 2024 / Tateshina Tokyu Hotel in Nagano, Japan

Two-dimensional (2D) layered materials are very fascinating and exciting owing to their providing unique physical properties. Some of 2D layered materials have shown topological quantum natures as topological insulator and Dirac / Weyl semimetal. Moreover, the promising candidate for topological superconductor has also been proposed in 2D layered materials. The significant ways to control the physical properties of 2D materials would be not only chemical doping and application of static pressure but also twisting and piling up. These ways have pioneered the exciting and attractive physics in the platform of 2D layered materials. Moreover, other important way is the electrostatic or electrical carrier doping, i.e., an application of technique of electronics toward 2D layered materials has led to new physics such as emergence of exotic superconductivity. Thus, a combination of some techniques with 2D layered materials has enabled ones to explore challenging physics. In this workshop, we intend to pursue new physics and chemistry through the diverse discussion and interaction among physicist, materials scientists and chemists with looking ahead diverse 2D materials.

Main topics of this workshop
  • Development of new 2D layered materials
  • Realization of exotic physics in 2D layered materials
  • Chemical doping and pressure application of 2D layered materials for realization and control of exotic physical properties
  • Electrostatic and electric carrier doping of 2D layered materials for realization and control of exotic physical properties
  • Topological quantum natures of 2D layered materials
  • Application of 2D layered organic and inorganic materials for electronics
  • Nanoscience of 2D layered materials
Date : June 11, 2024 - June 13 2024

Place : Tateshina Tokyu Hotel
Tateshina Tokyu Hotel (Japanese Languagesite)
Access (Japanese Language site)
Tokyo ⇒ Chino station ⇒ Free bus supported by Hotel (or Taxi)

All participants are booked at Tateshina Tokyu Hotel during June 10 - June 13, 2024

Sponsor :Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Science, Okayama University,
Dep. of Physics, University of Naples Federico II, Hyper-Orderd Structure


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Booklet of Abstracts

Invited Speakers:


Prof. Yoshihiro Iwasa (Univ. Tokyo)

Prof. Tatsuo Hasegawa (Univ. Tokyo)

Prof. Ritsuko Eguchi (Hyogo Pref. Univ.)  

Prof. Koichi Hayashi (Nagoya Institute of Technology)

Prof. Tetsuya Nomoto (Univ. Tokyo)

Prof. Hidenori Goto (Okayama Univ.)

Prof. Shigeru Kasahara(Okayama Univ.)

Prof. Toru Hirahara (Tokyo Tech.)

Prof. Miuko Tanaka (Univ. Tokyo)

Prof. Kosuke Nakamura (Tohoku Univ.)

Prof. Hiroshi Yamamoto (Institute for Molecular Science)

Prof. Jun Takeya (Univ. Tokyo)

Prof. Kenichiro Hashimoto (Univ. Tokyo)

Prof. Shuichi Iwakiri (Weizmann Institute of Science)

Prof. Yoshihiro Kubozono (Okayama Univ.)

Italy and EU side

Prof. Daniela Stornaiuolo (Universita di Napoli) 

Prof. Marco Salluzzo (Cnr Spin Napoli)  

Prof. Andrea Candini (CNR ISOF Bologna)

Prof. Roberto Costantini (Univerista di Trieste)

Prof. Luca Bignardi (Univerista di Trieste)

Prof. Federico Mazzola (University of Rennes (France))

Prof. Luca Ottaviano (Univerita dell aquila Aquila)

Prof. Federico Bisti (Univerita dell aquila Aquila)

Prof. Simonpietro Agnello (Univerita di Palermo)

Prof. Vaidotas Miseikis (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia)

Prof. Patrick Amsalem (Humboldt-Universitat (Germany))

Prof. Daniele Varsano (Institute of Nanoscience, Modena)

Prof. Riccardo Frisenda (Universita di Roma, La Sapienza)

Prof. Antonio Di Bartolomeo (Universita' degli Studi di Salerno)

Prof. Antonio Cassinese (Univ. Naples)