December 11(Wed) and 12(Thu), 2013
CHÂTERAISÉ Gateaux Kingdom SAPPORO, Japan
Contact-Address: RIES-Hokudai Symposium


On behalf of the organizing committee, it is my greatest pleasure to welcome all participants to the 14th RIES-Hokudai International Symposium "網"[mou]. The Research Institute for Electronic Science (RIES) at Hokkaido University covers a diverse range of interdisciplinary scientific research ranging from Optics/Photonics, Molecules/Materials, Life, to Mathematics. We have several programs to encourage collaborations among different research fields to cultivate seeds of innovative interdisciplinary research. This international symposium is aimed not only at having all people get together in one place to enhance collaborations, but also at inviting people studying in different departments at Hokkaido university, both domestic and those from overseas, toward merging recent innovative studies in different fields in order to promote the creation of new research areas and technologies.

RIES has organized a series of international symposia since 1999, and since 2001, the objective of each symposium has been symbolized by a single "Kanji" (Chinese Character). "網"[mou] was selected as this year's Kanji. In Japanese, the character "網" generally denotes "network", "networking", "connections" and "covering". From microscopic to macroscopic, from biological to social sciences, "networks" are everywhere, and a great variety of systems, such as the porous network structures, the network of protein interaction, optical communication, physiological functions and disease transmission, road traffic, etc., are represented in the form of a network. "Networking" represents the evolution and the development of networks by the establishment of "connections" in "covering" new components. In modern days, scientific studies evoked by "網" grow at a tremendous pace and span a broad range of intriguing topics. These include studies on 1)the development of artificial and natural network structures, 2)the complex dynamics of traffic and information flow inside networks, 3)the function of networks, and 4)the comprehensive model on the interplay between network structures, dynamics, and functions. These themes are strongly related not only to a variety of research fields including Optics/Photonics, Molecules/Materials, Life, and Mathematics, but also their boundary fields. With such an image of "網" in mind, we would like to promote interdisciplinary discussions and implement the development of a new "network" of scientific future collaborations.

In this symposium, fourteen invited speakers will present their latest research related to this year's topic "網" including two plenary talks for four sessions: 1)Quantum information and nonlinear materials science for photonic network, 2)Connecting materials, 3)Methods for extracting universal properties from complex network systems, 4)Network and emergence of biological functions, along with a poster session. We will also present poster awards, especially to young researchers including PhD students, to those who give excellent presentations. We hope that each participant will engage in active discussions and establish novel networking during this symposium that will lead to collaborative research in the near future.

Finally, we would like to express our sincere thanks to all invited speakers, especially those from overseas, and active participants for joining this symposium.

session title and brief introduction

Session 1. Networks and Emergence of Biological Functions
In "ordered" physiological states of biological systems, one-to-one interactions of various composing elements are integrated to a superordinate biological function. In order to understand how such physiological states are maintained, or how "disordered" pathological states are developed, it is essential to clarify networking of individual activities of biological molecules and cells under natural conditions. In this session, we will focus on neural circuits underlying pain sensation, growth and spread of cancer, and intelligence of unicellular organisms.
Session 2. Quantum Information and Nonlinear Materials Science for Photonic Networks
Photonic networks are communication networks in which information is delivered entirely in the form of optical transmission signals. Quantum information technology and novel nonlinear optical materials, which do not proportionally respond to an electromagnetic field generated by an interaction between material and extremely strong light, are crucially important for photonic networks. In this session, nonlinear optical materials science including photonic crystals and random laser emitting materials will be discussed together with quantum information science for future photonic networks.
Session 3. Connecting Materials
Connecting one material with others often creates novel functions arising from molecular interactions through the network of materials. It is therefore of crucial importance to look into appropriate combinations and networks that provide us with desired or emergent functions from an infinite number of possible combinations/networks in the material world. In this session we will focus on material science that presents novel, emergent functions by integrating ingeniously designed combinations of various materials.
Session 4. Methods for Extracting Universal Properties from Complex Network Systems
Theoretical approaches are indispensable for extracting universal properties of complex network systems. For instance, recent theoretical developments enable us to build network models from scalar experimental data, and to extract universal properties behind the network. In this session we will focus on theoretical, leading-edge network studies in the fields of chemical reactions, enumeration algorithms, and single molecule biophysics. It is expected that the approaches can provide us with new insight into the studies of complex networks.


Organizing Committee


Nano-Macro Materials, Devices, and System Research Alliance
Network Joint Research Center for Materials and Devices


This symposium is financially supported by Hokkaido University.


December 11(Wed), 2013

12:30–12:35 Opening Remarks (Junji Nishii, Director of RIES)
12:35–12:45 Introductory Remarks (Tamiki Komatsuzaki, Chair of Organizing Committee)

Session 1: Network and Emergence of Biological Functions (Chair: Tomomi Nemoto)

12:45–13:25 Sun Kwang Kim (Kyung Hee University)
In Vivo Two-Photon Imaging Study on the Role of Neuroglial Signaling in Chronic Pain
13:25–13:55 Yasuyuki Fujita (Hokkaido University)
Interactions between Normal and Transformed Epithelial Cells —A Road to Novel Types of Cancer Treatment—
13:55–14:15 Toshiyuki Nakagaki (Hokkaido University)
Rules for Biologically Inspired Adaptive Network Design
14:15–14:35 Coffee Break

Session 2: Quantum Information and Nonlinear Materials Science for Photonic Network (Chair: Hiromichi Ohta)

14:35–15:15 Sunghoon Kwon (Seoul National University)
Material Engineering by Nanoscale Self-Assembly: M-Ink & Programmable Magnetic Anisotropy
15:15–15:45 Akihisa Tomita (Hokkaido University)
Secure Photonic Network based on Quantum Information Technology
15:45–16:05 Hideki Fujiwara (Hokkaido University)
Manipulation of Photon Localized Fields within a Random Medium: Realization of Low-Threshold and Quasi-Single-Mode Random Laser

Plenary Lecture (Chair: Shin-ichiro Noro)

16:05–17:05 Susumu Kitagawa (Kyoto University)
Mesoscopic Science of Porous Coordination Polymers / Metal-organic Frameworks
17:05–17:15 Photo
17:15–18:15 Poster Session
  • Poster number is odd; 17:15–17:45
  • Poster number is even; 17:45–18:15
18:40–20:30 Banquet

December 12(Thu), 2013

Session 3: Connecting Materials (Chair: Takashi Kamei)

8:30–9:10 Henry Hess (Columbia University)
Biomolecular Motors Connect the Study of Bionanodevices, Self-Assembly, and Non-Fouling Coatings
9:10–9:40 Taro Nagahama (Hokkaido University)
Progress of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions —Connection between Charge and Spin—
9:40–10:00 Hideyuki Mitomo (Hokkaido University)
Dynamic Control of the Distance between Metal Nanostructures by using Polymer Network
10:00–10:20 Coffee Break

Plenary Lecture (Chair: Tamiki Komatsuzaki)

10:20–11:20 Hideo Nagashima (Kyushu University)
Encapsulation of Metallic Species into Polysiloxane Network: Application to Automatic Catalyst Removal and Catalyst Immobilization
11:20–12:50 Lunch

Session 4: Methods for Extracting Universal Properties from Complex Network Systems (Chair: Masakazu Akiyama)

12:50–13:30 Rigoberto Hernandez (Georgia institute of Technology)
The Emergent "Network" Structure and Behavior of Colloidal Particles with Striped Coverings
13:30–14:00 Shin-ichi Minato (Hokkaido University)
The Art of Discrete Structure Manipulation Using BDDs/ZDDs and Applications for Network Analysis
14:00–14:20 Chun Biu Li (Hokkaido University)
Time Series, Networks and Dynamics: A Perspective from the Information Theory
14:20–14:30 Poster Award Ceremony
14:30–14:35 Closing Remarks (Tamiki Komatsuzaki, Chair of Organizing Committee)

Poster Session

1 Walk Enumeration Using Sequence Binary Decision Diagrams, Hiroshi Aoki1, Shin-ichi Minato1,2 (1: Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ., 2: JST ERATO MINATO Discrete Structure Manipulation System Project)
2 Synthetic approach for understanding emergence of social adaptability in insect, Hitoshi Aonuma1,3, Kuniaki Kawabata3, Takayuki Watanabe1, Koh Hosoda2 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Grad. School. Information Science and Technology, Osaka Univ., 3: RIKEN-XJTU Joint Research Team, RIKEN)
3 Development of Circular Dichroism Detection System with Elliptically-polarized Light, Yasuyuki Araki, Makoto Murakami, Seiji Sakamoto, Takehiko Wada (IMRAM, Tohoku Univ.)
4 Study of the Intracellular Dynamics and Function with the Application of Ultrashort Pulsed Electric Field: Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging, Kamlesh Awasthi Takakazu Nakabayashi, Nobuhiro Ohta (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
5 Substitution group effects of structural change in (p-toluensulfonate) (fluoroanilinium) salts, Daigoro Endo, Kazuya Kubo, Shin-ichiro Noro, Takayoshi Nakamura (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
6 A thresholding algorithm generating motion by hyperbolic mean curvature flow, Elliott Ginder1, Karel Svadlenka2 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Kanazawa Univ. & Institute of Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
7 DNA-based maleimide compounds for titration of reactive cysteinyl thiols in the redox-related protein, Hara Satoshi (Chem. Res. Lab., Tokyo Institute of Technology)
8 Crystal Structures and Adsorption Properties of Two-Dimensional Porous Zn Complexes with Pyridine Derivatives as Monodentate Ligands, Kei Hasegawa1, Shin-ichiro Noro1,2,3, Kazuya Kubo1,2, Takayoshi Nakamura1,2 (1: Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido Univ., 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 3: PRESTO, JST)
9 High-speed bridge circuit for InGaAs avalanche photodiode single photon detector, Hirofumi Hashimoto, Akihisa Tomita, Atsushi Okamoto (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ.)
10 Effect of Stereoregularity of Poly(α-methylene-γ-butyrolactone) on Wettability at Film Surface, Tomoyasu Hirai, Xinyue Zheng, Masanao Sato, Yuji Higaki, Atsuhi Takahara (IMCE, Kyushu Univ.)
11 Dynamic control of interparticle gaps of gold nanoparticles transferred onto the gel films for surface enhanced Raman scattering, Kenta Horiei1, Hideyuki Mitomo2, Guoqing Wang2, Yasutaka Matsuo2, Kenichi Niikura2, Takeharu Tani3, Masayuki Naya3, and Kuniharu Ijiro2 (1: Graduate School of Chemical and Sciences and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 3: FUJIFILM Corporation)
12 Extracting the Protein-folding Dynamics from Single Molecule Time Series, Kunihiko Ibe, Hiroshi Teramoto, Chun-Biu Li, Tamiki Komatsuzaki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
13 Fabrication of Amphiphilic Janus Gold Nanoparticles and their Self-Assembly in Water, Ryo Iida1, Kenichi Niikura2, Shota Sekiguchi1, Hideyuki Mitomo2, Kuniharu Ijiro2 (1: Grad. School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
14 Mathematical model of the axon growth, Momoko Iino1, Yasuaki Kobayashi2,3, Masaharu Nagayama2,3 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: CREST, JST, 3: Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kanazawa Univ.)
15 Waveguide-coupled Multi-striped Orthogonal Photon-Photocarrier-Propagation Solar Cells, A. Ishibashi, T. Kasai, K. Kondo, H. Kaiju, T. Taniguchi (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
16 High-Q resonant peak observed from metal-dielectric semiconductor pillar nano-cavity, Nagisa Ishihara, Ryo Takemoto, Hiroyuki Kurosawa, Ikuo Suemune (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
17 Formation of Ring-Shaped Microtubule Assemblies through Active Self-organization on Dynein fixed Surface, Masaki Ito1, Arif Md. Rashedul Kabir2, Daisuke Inoue1, Takayuki Torisawa3, Yoko Toyoshima3, Kazuki Sada1,5, Akira Kakugo1,4,5 (1: Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Faculty of Science, Hokkaido Univ., 3: Department of Life Sciences, Univ. of Tokyo at Komaba, 4: PRESTO, JST, 5: Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido Univ.)
18 Fluorescent spectroscopic imaging of epidermal structure with solvatochromic dye, Risa Ito, Terumasa Hibi, Tomomi Nemoto (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
19 Structures and Magnetic Properties of [Ln(Mo8O26)2]5- (Ln = Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er), as Counter Cations for Supramolecular Rotators, Jun Xiong1, Daigoro Endo2, Kazuya Kubo1,2, Shin-Ichiro Noro1,2, Takayoshi Nakamura1,2 (1: Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido Univ., 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
20 Shear stress induced fragmentation of microtubules, Arif Md. Rashedul Kabir1, Daisuke Inoue2, Hiroyuki Mayama3, Kazuki Sada4, and Akira Kakugo4 (1: Faculty of Science, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Graduate School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 3: Department of Chemistry, Asahikawa Medical Univ., 4: Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido Univ.)
21 Partial regularity of the borderline solutions of a semilinear heat equation, Takashi Kagaya (Dept. of Math., Hokkaido Univ.)
22 Magnetic Properties of Fe and Co Thin Films on Polyethylene Naphthalate Organic Substrates, Hideo Kaiju, Kenji Kondo, and Akira Ishibashi (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
23 Application of double-decker pulse radiolysis, K. Kan, J. Yang, A. Ogata, T. Kondoh, M. Gohdo, I. Nozawa, T. Toigawa, K. Norizawa, H. Kobayashi, Y. Yoshida (ISIR, Osaka Univ.)
24 Metastable La doping and superconductivity of iron-pnictide BaFe2As2 epitaxial films, Takayoshi Katase1,2, Hidenori Hiramatsu2, Toshio Kamiya2, and Hideo Hosono2 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Tokyo Tech)
25 Plasmonic nanoantennas as far- to near-field mediator in Hybrid Photonic-Plasmonic structures, W. Khunsin1,2, M. Eßlinger2, J. Dorfmüller3, B. Brian4, R. Vogelgesang2, C. Rockstuhl5, C. Etrich5, F. Lederer5, A. Dmitriev4, H. Giessen3, K. Kern1,6. (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Max-Planck-Institute für Festkörperforschung, Germany, 3: Physikalisches Institut und Research Center SCoPE, Univ. Stuttgart, Germany, 4: Applied Physics, Chalmers Univ. of Tech., Sweden, 5: Institut für Festkörpertheorie und –optik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, 6: Institut de Physique de la Matière Condensée, Switzerland)
26 Rewritable photon-mode color recording based on cholesteric liquid crystal, Yuna Kim1, Momoyo Wada2, and Nobuyuki Tamaoki1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
27 Development of Pulsed Coherent X-ray Solution Scattering for Measurement of Specimens in Liquid, Takashi Kimura1, Hitoshi Kawamura1, Yasumasa Joti2, Yasutaka Bessho3, and Yoshinori Nishino1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2; Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute (JASRI)/SPring-8, 3: RIKEN/SPring-8)
28 Annual Activity Report at Nikon Imaging Center, Kentarou Kobayashi, Kohei Otomo, Yasutaka Matsuo and Tomomi Nemoto (Nikon Imaging Center, RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
29 Amphiphilic nanoparticles bearing ester functionality and its effect on cellular uptake, Kenya Kobayashi1, Kenichi Niikura2, Chie Takeuchi2, Kyoji Hagiwara1, Hideyuki Mitomo2, Takahumi Ninomiya3, Yoshihiro Ito1, Yoshihito Osada1, Kuniharu Ijiro2,4 (1: RIKEN, 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 3: Department of Anatomy, Sapporo Medical Univ., 4: JST-CREST)
30 Evaluation of the phase correlation between the optical pulses for transmission in quantum key distribution, Toshiya Kobayashi, Akihisa Tomita, Atsushi Okamoto (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ.)
31 Mathematical model of the skin barrier function, Yasuaki Kobayashi1,2, Yusuke Sawabu3, Masaharu Nagayama1,2 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: CREST, JST, 3: Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kanazawa Univ.)
32 Negative Magnetoresistance in Ferromagnet/Semiconductor/Ferromagnet Structures with Cubic Dresselhaus Spin-Orbit-Interaction, Kenji Kondo (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
33 Improvement of semiconductor-based quantum emitter achieved by a metal embedded nanocone structure, H. Kumano, X. Liu, T. Asano, S. Odashima, H. Nakajima, and I. Suemune (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
34 Shear banding in an F-actin solution, Itsuki Kunita1, Katsuhiko Sato2, Yoshimi Tanaka3, Yoshinori Takikawa4, Hiroshi Orihara4, and Toshiyuki Nakagaki1,5 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: RIKEN, 3: Department of Mechanical Engineering and Material Science, Yokohama National Univ., 4: Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 5: JST, CREST)
35 Fast Frequent Pattern Enumeration for P-Value Calibration in Combinatorial Regulations, Ryutaro Kurai1,2, Takahisa Toda1,2, Koji Tsuda2,3, Shin-ichi Minato1,2 (1: Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ., 2: ERATO, JST, 3: Computational Biology Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
36 Transition among possible modes in crawling locomotion, Shigeru Kuroda (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
37 Plasmonic properties of Al nanostructures from visible to near-IR for solar system applications, Olivier Lecarme, Quan Sun, Kosei Ueno, and Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
38 Solid-Liquid Phase Epitaxy, Ning Li1, Takayoshi Katase1, Yanbei Zhu2, Tomonari Umemura3, Takao Matsumoto4, Yuichi Ikuhara4 and Hiromichi Ohta1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: AIST, 3: Tokyo Univ. Pharm. & Life Sci., 4: Inst. Eng. Innovation, Univ.)
39 A Model Study on CA3 Theta Rhythm and Covert Reward Expectation in Ventral Striatum, Yongtao Li, Ichiro Tsuda (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
40a Ingredient analysis of herbal medicine extract by surface enhanced raman scattering spectroscopy, Yasutaka Matsuo1, Kyouji Honma2, Kuniharu Ijiro1 and Hiromi Kimura-Suda2 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Department of Bio- and Material Photonics, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology)
40b Nanotechnology Platform and Low-Carbon research Network project in Hokkaido University, Yasutaka Matsuo, Keiji Sasaki, Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
41 Exact Analysis of Weak Value Amplification for Single-Photon-Level Nonlinearity Fumiaki Matsuoka, Akihisa Tomita, and Atsushi Okamoto (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ.)
42 Functional Analysis of Molecular Building Blocks by Advanced Laser Spectroscopy, Kentaro Misawa, Shun-ichi Ishiuchi, Mitsuhiko Miyazaki, Makoto Sakai and Masaaki Fujii (Chem. Res. Lab., Tokyo Institute of Technology)
43 Information of multi-order correlation in pattern formation, Naoki Miyagawa, Hiroshi Teramoto, Chun-Biu Li, and Tamiki Komatsuzaki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
44 Computational study of discharge reactions in the Na-ion battery system Na/FeS2, Hiroyoshi Momida, Tamio Oguchi (ISIR, Osaka Univ.)
45 An Evaluation of the LCM over ZDD algorithm based on Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization Database, Fiona Mukimba1, Ryutaro Kurai1,2, Shin-Ichi Minato1,2 (1: Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ., 2: JST ERATO)
46 Coherent dynamics in colloidal fluids in terms of Lagrangian Coherent Structures (LCSs), Preetom Nag, Hiroshi Teramoto, Chun Biu Li, Tamiki Komatsuzaki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
47 Toward understanding hierarchical structure of complex reaction networks extracted from single molecule time series, Yutaka Nagahata1, Hiroshi Teramoto1, Takashi Horiyama2, Chun-Biu Li1, Tamiki Komatsuzaki1 (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
48 Entangled photon pairs generated from semiconductor quantum dots with high symmetry, H. Nakajima1,2, T. Kuroda1, H. Kumano2, T. Mano1, and I. Suemune2 (1: National Institute for Materials Science, 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
49 Fabrication of gold nanostructured titanium dioxide photoelectrodes and its photocurrent generation properties, Keisuke Nakamura, Yoshiomi Kamata, Tomoya Oshikiri, Kosei Ueno, Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
50 Dynamics of two interfaces in a hybrid system with jump-type heterogeneity, Kei Nishi1, Yasumasa Nishiura2, Takashi Teramoto3 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: WPI-AIMR, Tohoku Univ., 3: Asahikawa Medical Univ.)
51 The Crystal Structure of Multidrug Resistance Regulator RamR with Multiple Drugs, Suguru Yamasaki1,2, Eiji Nikaido1,2, Ryosuke Nakashima3, Keisuke Sakurai3, Daisuke Fujiwara4, Ikuo Fujii4 and Kunihiko Nishino1 (1,3: ISIR, Osaka Univ., 2: Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka Univ., 4: Graduate School of Science, Osaka Prefecture Univ.)
52 Simulating guidance of kinesin-driven molecular shuttles in microfabricated tracks, Yuki Ishigure1 and Takahiro Nitta1,2 (1: Department Mathematical and Design Engineering, 2: Applied Phys. Course, Gifu Univ.)
53 Interaction between normal and transformed epithelial cells -Roles for caveolae microdomains and Caveolin-1-, Atsuko Ohoka (Graduate School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ.)
54 A quantum shutter closing N slits, Ryo Okamoto1,2, Shigeki Takeuchi1,2 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: ISIR, Osaka Univ.)
55 Three-dimensional observation of periodic lattice structure in liquid crystal blue phase I using confocal laser scanning microscope, Yasushi Okumura1, Ryoichi Saito2, Hiroki Higuchi1, Hirotsugu Kikuchi1 (1: IMCE, Kyushu Univ., 2: Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu Univ.)
56 Visualizing dendritic spine morphologies along single dendrites of hippocampal pyramidal neuron by a high-resolution confocal fluorescent microscopy with a novel clearing reagent, Hisayuki Osanai, Yuka Aoyagi, Ryosuke Kawakami, Tomomi Nemoto (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
57 Plasmon assisted photoelectrochemical synthesis of ammonia using strontium titanate bearing gold-nanoislands and ruthenium, Tomoya Oshikiri, Kosei Ueno, and Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
58 Development of stimulated emission depletion microscope by use of liquid crystal devices for generation of doughnut laser beams, Kohei Otomo1,2, Terumasa Hibi1,2,3, Yuichi Kozawa2,4, Hiroyuki Yokoyama2,5, Shunichi Sato2,4, Tomomi Nemoto1,2,3 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: CREST, JST, 3: Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido Univ., 4: IMRAM, Tohoku Univ., 5: New Industry Creation Hatchery Center (NICHe), Tohoku Univ.)
59 Adaptive Quantum State Estimation for Single Quantum Bit, Satoshi Oyama1,2, Ryo Okamoto1,2, Koichi Yamagata3, Akio Fujiwara3, and Shigeki Takeuchi1,2 (1: ISIR, Osaka Univ., 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 3: Dept. of Math., Osaka Univ.)
60 A non-nucleoside triphosphate for powering kinesin-microtubule motility with photo-tunable velocity, Nishad Perur, Masao Yahara, Takashi Kamei and Nobuyuki Tamaoki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
61 Single Particle Three-Dimensional Structural Modeling by Pulsed Coherent X-ray Solution Scattering, Krishna Prasad Khakurel1,2, Takashi Kimura1,2, Yoshinori Nishino1,2 (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
62 Two-photon excited fluorescence from a PIC-attached Au-coated tip via a thin tapered fiber under a weak CW excitation, Fang Ren, Hideaki Takashima, Yoshito Tanaka, Hideki Fujiwara, and Keiji Sasaki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
63 Interaction between Normal and Transformed Epithelial Cells through Endocytosis, Sayaka SAITOH1, Yasuyuki FUJITA1,2 (1: Graduate School of Chemical Science and Engineering, 2: Institute for Genetic Medicine, Hokkaido Univ.)
64 Multipole Plasmons Excited by Optical Vortex Beams, Kyosuke Sakai, Kensuke Nomura, Takeaki Yamamoto, Yoshito Tanaka, Keiji Sasaki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
65 Cell-cell interaction during collective cell migration of MDCK wound healing, Yusuke Sawabu1, Takashi Miura2, Masaharu Nagayama1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Kyushu Univ.)
66 Improvement of plasmon-enhanced photocurrent generation by interference of TiO2 thin-film, Xu Shi, Kosei Ueno, Tomoya Oshikiri, and Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
67 Plasmonic characteristics of palladium for hydrogen sensing, Tomohiro Shibata, Junji Nishii (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
68 Introduction of Proton into Phosphate Glass under Corona Discharge Plasma in Hydrogen Atmosphere, Takato Shoji1, Hiroshi Ikeda2, Daisuke Sakai1, Junji Nisahii1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Art, Science and Technology Center for Cooperative Research, Kyushu Univ.)
69 Scrutiny of Heterogeneity in Memory by Extracting Reaction Network Buried in Single Molecule Time Series of EGFR and Grb2, Tahmina Sultana1, Hiroaki Takagi2, Miki Morimatsu3, Hiroshi Teramoto1, Chun-Biu Li1, Yasushi Sako4, and Tamiki Komatsuzaki1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Dept. of Phys., Nara Medical Univ., 3: WPI Immunology Frontier Research Center (WPI-IFReC), Osaka Univ., 4: RIKEN)
70 Revealing the plasmon coupling in gold nanostructures directly from near field by PEEM, Quan Sun1,2, Han Yu1, Kosei Ueno1, and Hiroaki Misawa1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido Univ.)
71 Reversible ON/OFF photo-switching of kinesin-microtubule motility using azo-peptide inhibitors, K.R. Sunil Kumar, Takashi Kamei, Tuyoshi Fukaminato, Nobuyuki Tamaoki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
72 Theta Phase Precession in Recurrent Neural Networks with Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity, Satoru Tadokoro and Ichiro Tsuda (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
73 Dynamics of cytoskeletal structure during intermittent cell locomotion of a large amoeboid organism Physarum polycephalum, Seiji Takagi (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
74 An Information-Theoretical Approach to Local Equilibrium State Analysis for Single-Molecule Time-Series, J. N. Taylor, C.B. Li, S. Kawai, and T. Komatsuzaki (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
75 Relation between dynamics of individual trajectories and that of their ensemble distributions -Spectral Analysis of Individual Trajectories- , Hiroshi Teramoto1, Mikito Toda2, Tamiki Komatsuzaki1 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Dept. of Phys., Nara Women's Univ.)
76 Singular controls for port-Hamiltonian systems, Asahi Tsuchida (Dept. of Math., Hokkaido Univ.)
77 A Conceptual Modeling Approach to Visual Hallucinations in Dementia with Lewy Bodies, Hiromichi Tsukada1, Hiroshi Fujii2, Ichiro Tsuda1,3 and Kazuyuki Aihara4 (1: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Department of Intelligent Systems, Kyoto Sangyo Univ., 3: Research Center for Integrative Mathematics, Hokkaido Univ., 4: Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. of Tokyo)
78 Dynamics of plasmon-molecule strong coupling in a hybrid system of silver nanostructures and cyanine dye, Hiyori Uehara, Tomoya Oshikiri, Kosei Ueno, and Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
79 Research for ring-shaped of microtubules assemblies formed at the air-buffer interface, Shoki Wada1, Arif MD. Rashedul Kabir2, Masaki Ito1, Daisuke Inoue1, Kazuki Sada2, Akira Kakugo2 (1: Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Faculty of Science, Hokkaido Univ.)
80 3D imaging of living mouse kidney with two-photon microscopy, Hirotaka Watanabe, Terumasa Hibi, and Tomomi Nemoto (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
81 Search for Proteins that Specifically Function at the Boundary between Normal and RasV12-transformed Epithelial Cells, Yuta Yako1, Yasuyuki Fujita1,2 (1: Graduate School for Chemical Science and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Institute for Genetic Medicine, Hokkaido Univ.)
82 A role for the S1P-S1PR2 pathway in apical extrusion of RasV12-transformed cells, Sayaka Yamamoto1,2, Mihoko Kajita1,2, Yasuyuki Fujita1,2 (1: Graduate School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Institute for Genetic Medicine, Hokkaido Univ)
83 Controlling Gap Distance and Plasmonic Resonances of Gold Curvilinear Nanorods and Straight Nanorods, Yukie Yokota1, Takuo Tanaka1,2 (1: RIKEN, 2: RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
84 Self-organized Nanodot-like Patterns and their Magnetic Properties on the Surface of an FeAl alloy by Nanosecond Pulsed Laser Irradiation, Yutaka Yoshida1,2, Seiichi Watanabe1, Hideo Kaiju3, Kenji Kondo3, Akira Ishibashi3, and Kyosuke Yoshimi4 (1: Center for Advanced Research of Energy and Materials, Hokkaido Univ., 2: Creative Research Institution Sousei, Hokkaido Univ., 3: RIES, Hokkaido Univ., 4: Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku Univ.)
85 Plasmon-assisted water splitting with visible light irradiation using gold nanoislands loaded strontium titanate, Yuqing Zhong, Yuko Mori, Kosei Ueno, Tomoya Oshikiri, and Hiroaki Misawa (RIES, Hokkaido Univ.)
86 Optoelectronic properties of doped Cu-TCNQ nanocrystals, Tsunenobu Onodera, Hitoshi Kasai, Hidetoshi Oikawa (Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM), Tohoku University)