About Imada Group
We study theories for statistical physics and condensed matter physics. Systems such as mesoscopic systems synthesized by microfabrication techniques, transition metal compounds, and organic systems have many examples of stronly correlated electrons. In our group, focusing on developing a new methodology of quantum many-body theory, we study fundamental problems in statistical physics, and science of complex phenomena. In particular, Mott transitions, magnetism, superconductivity are important subjects of our studies. Not only these phenomena, we extend our studies in the direction of clarifying novel phases of matter. The main underlying interest is to reveal the physics of hierarchy structure formation from microscopic elements in strongly correlated matter.