Molecular Photoscience Research Center International Workshop
Electron Magnetic Resonance of Strongly Correlated Spin Systems

November 8-9, 2009,
Takigawa Memorial Hall, Kobe University

Molecular Photoscience Research Center, Kobe University
The Society of Electron Spin Science and Technology (SEST)
The Physical Society of Japan
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas "Novel States of Matter Induced by Frustration''


Hitoshi Ohta (Kobe Univ.)

Local Committee

Eiji Ohmichi (Kobe Univ., Secretary)
Susumu Okubo (Kobe Univ.)
Takahiro Sakurai (Kobe Univ.)
Keisuke Tominaga (Kobe Univ.)

Advisory Committee

Sergey Demishev (Moscow, Russia)
Masayuki Hagiwara (Osaka Univ.)
Hikaru Kawamura (Osaka Univ.)
Toshikazu Nakamura (IMS)
Hiroyuki Nojiri (Tohoku Univ.)
Masaki Oshikawa (ISSP, Univ. Tokyo)
Czeslaw Rudowicz (Szczecin, Poland)
Toru Sakai (SPring8)
Sergei Zvyagin (Dresden, Germany)


  This international workshop covers the recent advances in electron magnetic resonance (EMR) and its application to the strongly correlated spin systems with the special emphases on the high frequency high field EMR.
EMR of quantum spin systems
EMR of frustrated spin systems
EMR of spin gap systems
EMR of molecular magnets
EMR theory
EMR experimental systems

Invited speakers from overseas

Olivier Cepas (Grenoble, France)
"ESR, forbidden transitions, and high-temperature linewidth of correlated spin systems"
Sergey Demishev (Moscow, Russia)
"Magnetic resonance in strongly correlated metals: new approaches and recent results"
Oliver Portugall (Toulouse, France)
"EMR in pulsed magnetic fields -limits and opportunities"
Graham Smith (St. Andrews, UK)
"Can pulsed EPR be used to study strongly correlated spin systems?"
Johan van Tol (NHMFL, USA)
"Pulsed EPR at High Fields in concentrated spin systems"
Sergei Zvyagin (Dresden, Germany)
"Competing NN and NNN Interactions in Quantum Spin Chains Probed by ESR"
Czeslaw Rudowicz (Szczecin, Poland)
"Implications of truncated forms of zero-field splitting Hamiltonians used in magnetism and electron magnetic resonance studies of strongly correlated spin systems"

Invited speakers (domestic)

Masayuki Hagiwara (Osaka Univ.)
"High-field multi-frequency ESR studies on quantum and geometrically frustrated spin systems"
Toshikazu Nakamura (IMS)
"Competed Electronic Phases in (TMTTF)2X "
Hiroyuki Nojiri (Tohoku Univ.)
"Gapped and Gapless modes in 3D coupled dimmer systems"
Masaki Oshikawa (ISSP)
"ESR in Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chains andthe O(3) nonlinear sigma model"
Toru Sakai (SPring8)
"Selection Rules for ESR Direct Transition of the Spin Gap and Their Applications"
Hitoshi Ohta (Kobe Univ.)
"Development of Multi-Extreme High-Frequency EMR Measurement System in Kobe "
Susumu Okubo (Kobe Univ.)
"Multi-frequency EMR measurements of highly frustrated spin systems:Kagome antiferromagnets and related systems"

Abstract Deadline

Deadline is extended to Sept. 11, 2009


Template File (MS-Word, 144KB)

Program (uploaded on 24th Sept.)

Program File (pdf format, 48 KB)


Prof. Eiji Ohmichi
Faculty of Science, Kobe University
1-1 Rokkodai-cho, Nada, Kobe 657-8501, Japan
E-mail: EMRSCS-address

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