German-Japanese Workshop ー 日独ワークショップ

Date & Facts

2627 Feb 2024

Location: GSLS Würzburg, Germany

Hotel: Melchiorpark - 5-minute walk to GSLS



We are delighted to announce an upcoming workshop co-sponsored by the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat in collaboration with esteemed colleagues from Japan. This unique event aims to bring together experts and researchers across various cluster areas for a two-day exploration of cutting-edge topics in quantum materials.


About the Workshop


The workshop serves as a platform for fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange, covering a wide spectrum of themes within the ct.qmat cluster. Participants can anticipate engaging discussions on topics such as quantum materials, condensed matter physics, and advanced materials science.




  • International Collaboration: Building bridges with colleagues from Japan to encourage the exchange of ideas, and expertise as well as ct.qmat as part of a global research network.
  • Interdisciplinary Exchange: ct.qmat as part of a global research network facilitates dialogue and collaboration among researchers from different areas within the ct.qmat cluster and international scientist, promoting a holistic understanding of quantum materials.
  • Cutting-Edge Research: Presentations and discussions on the latest advancements in quantum materials research, featuring contributions from leading experts in the field.
  • Networking Opportunities: The workshop provides a conducive environment for networking, allowing participants to establish valuable connections for future collaborations.






  • Jan Carl Budich - Exceptional Topology of Quasiparticles  (TU Dresden)
  • Tomoki Ozawa - Aharonov-Bohm effect in non-Hermitian systems  (Tohoku University)
  • Alexey Chernikov - Excitons in van der Waals heterostructures and 2D magnets  (TU Dresden)
  • Hideaki Takashima - Toward the realization of quantum optical sources using nanophotonics  (Chitose Inst Sci Tech)
  • Sebastian Klembt - Topological edge and corner modes in polariton lattices  (JMU Würzburg)
  • Ronny Thomale - Kagome metals: a new paradigm of correlated electronic matter  (JMU Würzburg)
  • Masahiko Yamada - Matrix product renormalization group method  (University of Tokyo)
  • Ion Cosma Fulga - Weyl node merging in symmetric crystals  (IFW Dresden)
  • Daichi Hirobe - Spin-related nonlinear transport in chiral materials  (Shizuoka University)
  • Hiroshi Kamata - Time-resolved measurement of edge magnetoplasmons in InAs/InGaSb composite quantum wells  (NTT)
  • Elena Hassinger - Controlling two-phase superconductivity in locally non-centrosymmetric CeRh2As2  (TU Dresden)
  • Martin Stehno - Searching for topological modes in HgTe Josephson devices  (JMU Würzburg)
  • Tomoyuki Yokouchi - Thermal and quantum dynamics of magnetic skyrmions for novel computing  (RIKEN)
  • Takuya Nomoto - High-throughput calculations of topological antiferromagnets  (The University of Tokyo)
  • Lukas Janssen - Hidden symmetries and exotic orders in quantum magnets  (TU Dresden)
  • Max Ünzelmann - Tomography of topological pseudospin textures utilizing dichroic photoemission  (JMU Würzburg)
  • Simon Moser - Indenene – a triangular lattice goes topological  (JMU Würzburg)
  • Yijin Zhang - Symmetry engineering in van der Waals assembly oftwo-dimensional materials  (University of Tokyo)
  • Kei Yamamoto - Surface acoustic wave rotations  (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
  • Kazuaki Takasan - Activity-induced quantum phase transitions: A proposal for quantum active matter  (University of Tokyo)
  • Stefan Kaiser - Phase-resolved Higgs-Spectroscopy in Superconductors using non-linear THz spectroscopies  (TU Dresden)
  • Kazuyuki Kuroyama - Ultrastrong coupling of a sub-wavelength terahertz optical resonator with electrons in semiconductor nanostructures  (University of Tokyo)
  • Tobias Kiessling - Time-domain teraherz polarimetric spectroscopy of topological surface states  (JMU Würzburg)
  • Ryusuke Matsunaga - Dynamical aspect of Hall conductivity studied by terahertz spectroscopy  (University of Tokyo)


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