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Surface Science Workshop at Inst. Ind. Sci., Univ. of Tokyo


第66回

Prof. Daniel Primetzhofer (Uppsala University)
   Studying photochromic oxygen-containing rare earth hydrides
      - what have we learned

Place: Room AS313-314
Date: October 24th, 2022
Time: 16:00 - 17:00 (JST), (Hybrid)

第65回

17:00 - 21:00 (JST), July 25th, 2022 (Online)
 The 1st Workshop on Molecular Dynamics at Surfaces:
 Nuclear Spin Conversion


17:00 - 17:05 Opening Remark
 Hideyuki Yamaguchi (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)

17:05 - 18:05 Session 1 (chairman: Koichiro Yamakawa, Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
 Zhen-Dong Sun (Shandong University)
   Quantum Zeno effect induced by molecular collisions of nuclear spin isomers in methanol gas.
 Tetsuya Hama (The University of Tokyo)
   Ortho-to-para ratio of water desorbed from ice and the origin of interstellar water.

18:05 - 19:05 Session 2 (chairman: Tetsuya Hama, The University of Tokyo)
 Naoki Watanabe (Hokkaido University)
   Nuclear spin conversion of H2 at low temperatures on cosmic dust analogues, ice, silicate and carbon surfaces.
 Hirokazu Ueta (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
   Rotational-energy transfer in ortho-para conversion of molecularly chemisorbed H2 on Pd(210).

19:05 - 19:15 Break

19:15 - 20:15 Session 3 (chairman: Hirokazu Ueta, Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
 Gil Alexandrowicz (Swansea University)
   Controlling the rotation and spin states of ground state hydrogen in a molecule-surface collision.
 Koichiro Yamakawa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
   Non-destructive observation of nuclear spin conversion in diatomic and polyatomic molecules.

20:15 - 20:55 Special Lecture (chairman: Katsuyuki Fukutani, The University of Tokyo)
 Ernest Ilisca (Universite de Paris)
   Theoretical and industrial advances in the conversion of molecular hydrogen: One century of research and development (1922 ? 2022).

20:55 - 21:00 Closing Remark
 Katsuyuki Fukutani (The University of Tokyo)

Note:
 ・30 min for each speaker (20 min talk + 10 min discussion) in Sessions 1-3.
 ・40 min for Special Lecture (30 min talk + 10 min discussion).