Organized by:
* Mr. Nguyen Duy Khanh, RIKEN CEMS, Chair
* Assist. Prof. Nguyen Tuan Hung, Tohoku University, Co-Chair
* Dr. Ngo Minh Chu, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Coordinator

The Materials Science session focuses on emerging issues such as quantum materials, 2-dimensional materials, and quantum computing. Quantum and 2-D materials have unique properties, such as superconductivity at high temperatures, unusual Hall effects, polarizing effects, and high magnetism at room temperature, that should be explained using quantum mechanics but not classical theory. Therefore, they have great potential for future scientific and technological applications. Besides quantum materials, quantum computing is also emerging as an effective tool for predicting material properties. The 2022 Nobel Prize in physics for quantum entanglement, one of the cornerstones of quantum computing, is expected to prompt the future development of this field. The goals of the materials science session are not only to focus on specific topics but also to extend interdisciplinary research to advance quantum concepts in materials science.


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