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CMSI Kobe International Workshop 2013: Recent Progress in Tensor Network Algorithms
When Oct 16, 2013 10:00 AM to
Oct 18, 2013 05:00 PM
Where RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science, Kobe, Japan
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Aims and scope:

The tensor network algorithm is one of the most promising numerical methods for investigating quantum many-body systems in computational condensed-matter physics and quantum chemistry. In recent years, it has achieved a great progress with the help of quantum information theory and new matrix decomposition technique in computational science. The objective of this workshop is to offer a forum where concerned researchers can assemble and exchange information on the latest results and newly established methodologies, and discuss future directions of the interdisciplinary studies between the computational chemistry, physics, and mathematics, and the computer science.

This workshop is held as one of three satellite workshops of CMSI International Symposium 2013: Extending the power of computational materials sciences with K computer (Oct.21-22, Tokyo).



  • Tensor network based algorithms: MPS, DMRG, PEPS, MERA, and more.
  • Application to strongly correlated systems in quantum chemistry and physics.
  • Relation with quantum information, entanglement, etc.
  • Numerical techniques: matrix diagonalization, higher-order SVD, etc


Oct. 16-18, 2013


RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science  1F R104-2
(7-1-26, Port Island South, Kobe, 650-0047, Japan)
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Invited Speakers:

Garnet Chan (Princeton), Glen Evenbly (Caltech), Kohei Hayashi (NII, ERATO), Vladimir Kazeev (ETHZ), Hiroaki Matsueda (Sendai National College of Technology), Naoki Nakatani (Hokkaido), Tsuyoshi Okubo (ISSP), Roman Orus (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz), Shigetoshi Sota (RIKEN AICS), Shintaro Takayoshi (NIMS), Hiroshi Ueda (RIKEN), Hui-Hai Zhao (ISSP)

Registration and Application for Poster Presentation:

Registration is now closed. Thank you for your interest.


Poster Session (Oct.16th 18:00-21:00):

  • Pochung Chen (Tsing Hua): Entanglement entropy scaling of the XXZ chain
  • Kenji Harada (Kyoto): Tensor network studies of quantum frustrated magnets
  • Yun-Da Hsieh (Taiwan): A general tensor-network library with abelian symmetries
  • Ying-Jer Kao (Taiwan): Conductance tensors of quantum multiwire junctions through entanglement renormalization
  • Akiko Masaki (ISSP): Parallelized quantum Monte Carlo algorithm with non-local update
  • Koji Matsuura (Tohoku): Numerical calculation of ground state properties for 2D Hubbard model by fermionic PEPS
  • Tomotoshi Nishino (Kobe): Fixed point of the boundary matrix product state in 2D statistical lattice models
  • Kouichi Okunishi (Niigata): Snapshot entanglement spectrum in Monte-Carlo simulation for the 2D Ising model
  • Tatsuya Sakashita (ISSP): On the exact diagonalization package using our integrated interface for parallel eigenvalue solvers
  • Hideo Sekino (Toyohashi): Solving Physical Equation by Quantum Walk
  • Takafumi Suzuki (Hyogo): Magnetic orders of the S=1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on the Shastory-Sutherland lattice
  • Wataru Uemura (ISSP): Symmetric Tensor Decomposition in Fermionic Wavefunctions
  • Hikaru Yahagi (Tohoku): Time evolution of ground state properties for Hubbard model by using algorithm of MPS and TEBD

Book of Abstracts:



Synge Todo (ISSP, Chair), Kazuo Kitaura (Kobe), Tatsuya Sakashita (ISSP)


Prof. Synge Todo, Ph.D <>

CMSI Kobe Division <>
Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo
7-1-26-R501 Port Island South, Kobe 650-0047, Japan
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