Abstract Title (14 point centered, bold)

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Abstract

Title

(14 point centered, bold)

A. Tanaka
1
, B. Suzuki
2

(11 point centered)

1
SCES Laboratory, 7
-
3
-
1 Hongo, Bunkyo
-
ku, Tokyo 113
-
0033, Japan

(11 point centered, italicized)

2

SCES Institute, 5
-
1
-
5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa
-
shi, Chiba 277
-
8581, Japan


Text should be
200 words at the maximum
,

and t
he
whole abstract

(
from the

title

to the main text
and
the
references
)
must
not exceed

a half page
with the
top
margin of 30 mm and
the
left/right margin of
25 mm.

The abstract should be written in English
,

using

Times New Roman
in
11 point
,

and
the
line
spacing
for the text should be

exactly
fixed
at 1
3

point
as in
this
template
.
The text

should start
without indentation.


The title,
author

name(s), and

affiliation(s) should be
in Times New Roman
, in the font size specified
above,

and
centered.
Underline the name of the author who will present

the paper
.

After the last
affiliation,
leave one line blank before the main text.



Sample
References


[1] A.
Sato
, Phys. Rev. Lett.,
8
1
, 12345 (2
00
5
)

[2] G. C.
Thompson
, C.
Bold
, D. T.
Louis
,
Title
,
A

Press,
City
, 200
9
, pp. 17
-
18



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Submission


Choose your
preference for the presentation style (oral, poster, or either)
. The decision of oral or
poster presentation will be made by the Program
Committee. The
abstract

must be
submitted

as a pdf
file
via

online at
http://www.sces2013.org/index.html
. The
submitter

should
first
select one category
and one topic (T01~T12) from the
following list. Then,

other information including preferred
presentation style, title of the paper, keywords and

author
s


information

should be provided
.
The
pdf
file should be given a
file name, consisting of
the corresponding author’s name and the selected
topic

number as follows (
author_Txx
.pdf).


Category

Heavy fermions

Exotic superconductors

Mott
-
Hubbard systems

Topological
electron systems

Other related topics


Topics

T01

Heavy fermion physics (including valence and/or charge fluctuations)

T02

Quantum phase transitions and quantum criticality

T03

Kondo physics in bulk materials and nanoscale structures

T04

Non
-
Fermi
liquid properties

T05

Metal
-
insulator transitions

T06

Quantum magnetism and physics of frustration

T07

Ferroics and multiferroics

T08

Exotic superconductivity

T09

Correlated atoms in optical lattices

T
10

Topological aspects of strongly
correlated systems

T
11

Strong electron
-
phonon coupling

T
12

Other related topics