3rd Japan-Hungary
Joint Seminar
on Physics in Modern Science and Technology
Progress in Science and Technology
with Particle and Photon Beams



October 8-12, 2007, Debrecen - Szeged - Budapest

COORDINATORS Hirohiko Adachi (Kyoto University, Kyoto)
Dénes Berényi (ATOMKI Institute of Nuclear Research, Debrecen)
ORGANIZERS László Kövér (ATOMKI Institute for Nuclear Research, Debrecen)
László Gulyás (ATOMKI Institute for Nuclear Research, Debrecen)
Gábor Szabó (Szeged University, Szeged)
Zoltán Szőkefalvi-Nagy (KFKI Research Institute for Nuclear and Particle Physics - RMKI, Budapest)



P r o g r a m


PROGRAM IN DEBRECEN
   Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
   Debrecen University


October 8. Monday
8:30 Transfer to Debrecen
cca. 11:00
Visit of laboratories of the Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA ATOMKI)
13:00
Lunch
14:30
Hiroyasu EJIRI (RCNP-Osaka, NIRS & CTU)
Perspective of neutrino beam science (40')
(plenary talk for a broader audience from the scientists of ATOMKI)
16:00
Cultural program
18:30
A talk for the leaders of the University of Debrecen on the experiences of the university reform in Japan:
Junjiro KANAMORI (International Institute for Advanced Studies, Kyoto)
The system of higher education in Japan and the recent development
Reception by the Rector of the University of Debrecen


October 9. Tuesday
  SEMINAR
9:00
Chair: Rezső LOVAS (Debrecen)
Rezső LOVAS (Director, ATOMKI Inst. of Nucl. Res. of Hung. Acad. Sci.)
Welcome
Dénes BERÉNYI (MTA ATOMKI, Debrecen), Hungarian Coordinator of the Seminar
Opening address (25')
Takeshi MUKOYAMA (Kansai Gaidai University, Osaka):
Electron transition accompanying inner shell ionization (25')
Ákos KÖVÉR (MTA ATOMKI, Debrecen)
Higher-order effects in the angular distribution of photoelectrons (15')
László TÓTH (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Nara and ATOMKI, Debrecen)
New 1-pi steradian display analyzer to measure images and angular distributions (15')
10:30
Break
11:00
Hiroshi TOKI (Osaka University, Osaka)
Pion as Nambu-Goldstone boson of chiral symmetry and its role in hadrons and nuclei (25')
Zsolt FÜLÖP (MTA ATOMKI, Debrecen)
Study of exotic nuclei within the RIKEN-ATOMKI collaboration (25')
Gábor KALINKA (MTA ATOMKI, Debrecen)
The RIKEN-ATOMKI hybrid array (15')
13:00
Lunch (reception by the Hungarian Coordinator of the Seminar)
14:00
Chair: Takeshi MUKOYAMA (Osaka)
Hirohiko ADACHI (Kyoto University)
Localized Quantum Structure - A key concept for new materials innovation (25')
László KÖVÉR (MTA ATOMKI, Debrecen)
Studies of electronic structure of solids using spectroscopy of electrons excited by hard X-rays (25')
Kazuyuki INOUE (Toyota Central Research and Development Laboratories, Inc., Nagoya)
Three-year-old Collaboration between Hungarian Institutes and Toyota Central R&D Labs
Ferenc KUN (Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Debrecen)
Discrete element modeling of sintering and fracture processes (15')
16:00
Transfer to Szeged




PROGRAM IN SZEGED
   Research Group for Laser Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
   Szeged Uniersity


October 9. Tuesday
20:00 Dinner with the Rector (University of Szeged)


October 10. Wednesday
  SEMINAR
9:30
Chair: Gábor SZABÓ (Szeged)
Béla RÁCZ (Strategic Vice Rector, University of Szeged)
Welcome
9:35
Ryuichi SHIMIZU (Osaka University, Osaka)
Data base construction of secondary electron emission -Monte Carlo approach combined with experiment (25')
10:00
Hiroyashu EJIRI (RCNP-Osaka, NIRS & CTU)
Advanced physics with photons, electrons and leptons, APPEAL (25')
10:25
Jun KAWAI (Kyoto University, Kyoto)
Pyroelectric portable accelerator (25')
Lecure videos: coolx.mov mvi_0264.avi mvi_0272.avi
10:50
Coffee break
 
Chair: Ryuichi SHIMIZU (Osaka)
11:00
Gábor SZABÓ (University of Szeged, Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics)
Photonics research at the University of Szeged (25')
11:25
Zsolt GERETOVSZKY (University of Szeged, Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics)
Ultrashort pulsed lasers - dedicated tools for nanoparticle production (25')
11:50
Zoltán BOZÓKI (University of Szeged, Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics)
Photoacoustic Gas Detection (25')
12:15
Discussion
13:00
Lunch
14:30
Cultural program
19:00
Dinner with the Rector of University of Szeged


October 11. Thursday
8:30 Transfer to Budapest




PROGRAM IN BUDAPEST
    KFKI Research Institute for Nuclear and Particle Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences


October 11. Thursday
13:00 Lunch (given by the Director of KFKI RMKI)
  SEMINAR
14:30
Chair: Zoltán SZŐKEFALVI-NAGY (Budapest)
Zoltán SZŐKEFALVI-NAGY (Director, KFKI Res. Inst. for Nucl. and Part. Phys., Budapest)
Welcome
Sándor ZOLETNIK (KFKI Res. Inst. for Nucl and Part. Phys.)
Atomic beam diagnostics on fusion devices (25')
Yasuharu SHIRAI (Osaka University, Osaka)
New beta-gamma coincidence positron lifetime spectrometers for in-situ or on-site evaluation of materials (25')
László DEÁK (KFKI Res. Inst. for Nucl and Part. Phys., Budapest)
Nuclear resonance scattering experiments on magnetic multilayers at European and Japanese synchrotrons (25')
17:00
Cultural program
19:30
Reception by the President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences


October 12. Friday
  SEMINAR
9:30
Chair: Yasuharu SHIRAI (Osaka)
Zoltán SZŐKEFALVI-NAGY (Director, KFKI Res. Inst. for Nucl. and Part. Phys., Budapest)
Application of few MeV ion beams in interdisciplinary research (25')
Hiroshi DAIMON (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Nara)
Stereophotograph of atomic arrangement and two-dimensional photoelectron spectroscopy (25')
10:30
Break
11:00
György WOLF (KFKI Res. Inst. for Nucl and Part. Phys., Budapest)
Hadron properties in dense nuclear matter (25')
Jun KAWAI (Kyoto University, Kyoto)
Environmental analysis applying inner-shell spectroscopies and the molecular orbital theory (25')
Dezső HORVÁTH (KFKI Res. Inst. for Nucl and Part. Phys., Budapest)
Test of the CPT Invariance with Antiprotonic Atoms: the ASACUSA Experiment at CERN (25')

CLOSING
Dénes BERÉNYI, Hungarian Coordinator
Hirohiko ADACHI, Japanese Coordinator
13:00
Lunch
15:00
Free program