Perspective

Making full use of a modern supreme supercomputer, Fugaku, we will seek solutions of two fundamental and deeply related issues in basic science: What is the nature of quantum fluids? How does the high temperature superconductivity emerge? With tight collaborations with experimentalists, who have achieved the highest resolutions in the world in measurements including spectroscopies, we combine machine learning methods fruitful in the previous post K project and first-principles exhaustive calculations for relevant and related materials. By revealing key quantities hidden in direct experimental measurements, we elucidate mechanisms and functionalities of quantum fluids and high temperature superconductivity generated by strongly correlated electrons.

Background and objective

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Institutions and Members

◆Representative institutions

[Waseda University]
Masatoshi Imada (Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
Atsushi Fujimori (Department of Applied Physics, School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Jean-Baptiste Morée (Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
Schmid Michael Thobias (Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
Atsuhiko Matsumoto (Department of Pure and Applied Physics, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
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Project secretary: Aya KITANO (Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)

◆Collaborative institutions

[National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)]
Youhei Yamaji (GREEN, Interface Computational Science Group)
Chenchao Xu (GREEN, Interface Computational Science Group)

[University of Tokyo]
Ryotaro Arita (Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering)
Motoaki Hirayama (QPEC, Graduate School of Engineering)
Rico Pohle (Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering)
Takashi Kondo (Institute for Solid State Physics)
Kota Ido (Institute for Solid State Physics)
Kazuyoshi Yoshimi (Institute for Solid State Physics)
Mitsuaki Kawamura (Institute for Solid State Physics)
Synge Todo (Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science)
Tsuyoshi Okubo (Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science)
RuQing Xu (Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science)

[RIKEN]
Tetsuo Hanaguri (Strong Correlation Physics Division, CEMS)
Yuhki Kohsaka (Strong Correlation Physics Division, CEMS)
Shiro Sakai (First-Principles Materials Science Research Team, CEMS)
Yusuke Nomura (First-Principles Materials Science Research Team, CEMS)

◆Domestic adjunct institutions

[Osaka University]
Koji Hashimoto (Graduate School of Science Department of Physics)

[Nagoya University]
Fumihiro Imoto (Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability)

◆International adjunct institutions

Antoine Georges (Collège de France Institut de Physique / Flatiron institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics)
Andrew Millis (Flatiron institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics)
Shiwei Zhang (Flatiron institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics)
Olivier Parcollet (Flatiron institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics)
Giuseppe Carleo (Flatiron institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics)
Gabriel Kotliar (Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy)
Roser Valenti (Goethe University Frankfurt Institut für Theoretische Physik)
Silke Biermann (Ecole Polytechnique The center for Theoretical Physics)
Yong Baek Kim (University of Toronto Department of Physics)
Philipp Werner (University of Fribourg Department of Physics)
Lei Wang Chinese (Academy of Sciences Institute of Physics)
Phillippe Corboz (University of Amsterdam Institute for Theoretical Physics)
Takahiro Misawa (BAQIS)


  
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RIKEN Center for Computational Science
The Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute
Imada Group, Waseda Research Institute for Science and Technology, c/o Mochizuki Group, Department of Applied Physics, School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University
Center of Computational Materials Science, Institute for Solid State Physics, the University of Tokyo

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