Poster Session (Machine Learing)

1 Kohei Nakajima (Kyoto)
  "Physical Reservoir Computing"

2 Ryo Karakida (Tokyo)
  "Equilibrium Analysis of Representation Learning in Gaussian RBMs"

3 Masamichi J. Miyama (Tokyo)
  "Sparse modeling approach to STM data analysis"

4 Satoru Tokuda (Tokyo)
  "Phase transition phenomena in Bayesian statistics"

5 Sosuke Ito (Tokyo Tech)
  "Transfer entropy and backward transfer entropy inequality for non-Markovian dynamics"

6 Noriaki Ogawa (RIKEN)
  "Pattern formation in Fish Retina from Physical Model Approach"

7 Enzo Morinari (Sapienza)

8 Philipp Strasberg (TU Berlin)
  "Solid state implementation of Maxwell’s demon and information-driven devices"

9 Masato Itami (Kyoto)
  "Derivation of Stokes' law without the Stokes equations"

10 Tomohiko Sano (YITP, Kyoto)
  "Stochastic Mean Field Model of Heat Engine partitioned by Fluctuating Piston"

11 Satoshi Takada (YITP, Kyoto)
  "Drag Law of Two Dimensional Granular Fluids"

12 Tomotaka Kuwahara (Tokyo)
  "Universal character of metastability in periodically driven systems"

13 Yu Takaoka (YITP, Kyoto)

14 Yoshihito Hotta (Tokyo)
  "Study of classical spin systems by tensor network renormalization"

15 Hyungwon Kim (Rutgers)
  "Integrability and Generalized Ensemble: from quantum to classical"

Poster boards

Poster boards will accommodate A0 size portrait posters. The size of a poster board is 86.8cm (width) and 151.5cm (height). You can use only one poster board for your presentation. You can use magnets there to pin up your poster to the board.

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