CCP2024 Tentative Program (v.5 July 6th) 

Sunday 

18:0021:00 
Registration 

19:3021:00 
Welcome Reception 

Monday 

8:0017:00 
Registration 
Room 1: Crystal Hall 

9:009:10 
Welcome talks 
Room 2: Timber Hall I 

9:109:55 
Kaxiras 
Room 3: Timber Hall II 

Electronic structure and correlations in twisted multilayer graphene and other layered materials 

9:5510:40 
Barabasi 

Network Science: From Abstract to Physical Networks 

10:4011:00 
Coffe Break 

Room 1 
Room 2 
Room 3 

11:0012:30 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
Quantum 
Astrophysics, Cosmology and Space Research 

Chair: Renata Wentzovitch 
Chair: Xin Wang 
Chair: Nikolaos Stergioulas 

Maria Veronica GandugliaPirovano 
Yasumichi Aoki 
Massimo Meneghetti 

CeriumOxideBound CO Vibrations: Beyond DFT's Comfort Zone 
Chiral Fermion Simulations on Fugaku and QCD Thermodynamics 
Tensions on small scales: too many strong lenses in galaxy clusters? 

82 
Efficient Real Space SDRG for Disordered Ising Models at Finite Temperatures 
108 
TensorNetwork Monte Carlo Simulation of Quantum Circuits 
44 
Speed of sound bounds and the structure of hybrid compact stars 

Geet Rakala 
Synge Todo 
Pavlos LaskosPatkos 

116 
Are There Divergent Series in the Computational Physics? 
137 
Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm (QAOA): Applications and Potential in Computational Physics 
48 
Development of a QuantumClassical Hybrid Solver for Nonlinear VlasovMaxwell Equations for Space Plasma Simulations 

Todor Mishonov 
Kostas Blekos 
Hayato Higuchi 

148 
Poiseuille Channel Flow by Second Order Response Matrix 
76 
Massively Parallel StateVector Simulation of Quantum Computer 


Barry D GAnapol 
Naoki Yoshioka 


12:3014:00 
Lunch Break 

14:0014:45 
Aegean Airlines Invited Lecture: S. Havlin 

Experimental Proof of the Theory of Interdependent Networks: Novel Superconducting Phase Transitions 

Room 1 
Room 2 
Room 3 

14:4515:45 
Networks, Societal Physics, Dynamics of Languages and Populations 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
Astrophysics, Cosmology and Space Research 

Chair: Panos Argyrakis 
Chair: Tomasz Dietl 
Chair: Massimo Meneghetti 

Nikolaos Stergioulas 

21 
Vanishing Opinions in Sociophysical Models of Opinion Dynamics 
59 
Active Learning: Accelerating Discovery of Optimal Optical Materials through Synergistic Computational Approaches 
Gravitational Wave Discoveries Enabled by Machine Learning 

Krzysztof Malarz 
GianMarco Rignanese 

180 
The Global Arms And High Technology Trade Through Complex Network Analysis 
67 
Evolutionary Search for Superconducting LaPtH Compounds under High Pressure 
172 
Gravitational Wave Detection in O3 LIGOVirgo data with the AresGW Deep Learning Code 

Lykourgos Magafas 
Takahiro Ishikawa 
Alexandra Eleni Koloniari 

46 
On the Potential of DiscreteTime Quantum Walks for Modeling Financial Return Distributions 
118 
Molecular dynamics simulation of Na deintercalated olivine NaxMnPO4 

Stijn De Backer 
Dima Ratshilumela Steve 

15:4516:15 
Coffe Break 

16:1517:00 
Invited Talk: European Open Science Clooud. Data space for research and innovation 

17:0017:45 
Invited Talk (Microsoft) 

Tuesday 

8:3017:00 
Registration 

Chair: Y. Aoki 

9:009:45 
Alexandrou 

Overview of recent progress in simulating quantum chromodynamics and hadron structure 

9:4510:30 
Aoki 

Hadron interactions in lattice QCD: Nonperturbative studies on interactions between composite particles 

10:3011:00 
Coffe Break 

Room 1 
Room 2 
Room 3 

11:0012:30 
Biological Systems and Soft Matter 
Disorder, Complexity and Data Science 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Chair: Carolina Brito 
Chair: Efthymia Meletlidou 
Chair: T. Karakasidis 

Theodore Samaras 
Roberto Car 

An overview of computational techniques in Bioelectromagnetics 
34 
The Two Dimensional Quantum SpinGlass Transition on the GPU 
Studies of the ferroelectric phase transition with the Deep Potential model 

Víctor MartínMayor 

8 
Thermal equilibrium of Brownian particle with coordinate dependent diffusion: Itôprocess 
37 
Transient chaos and memory effect in the RosenzweigMacArthur system with dynamics of consumption rates 
84 
Stochastic pole expansion method for analytic continuation of the Green's function 

Arijit Bhattacharyay 
Przemysław Gawroński 
Li Huang 

9 
From molecular interactions to the properties of materials for medical applications 
68 
Semantic evolution follows subdiffusion in major IndoEuropean languages 
120 
Insights on formation of oxide layers, corrosion, and hydrogen embrittlement on the Ti2AlNb (110) surface: Density functional theory study 

Patrice Malfreyt 
Bogdán Asztalos 
Dr David Magolego Tshwane 

25 
Local Polar and LongRange Isotropic Activity Assisted Swelling and Collapse Dynamics of an Active Ring Polymer 
70 
Analysis of the Mpemba effect in magnetic systems 
123 
ManyBody Topological Invariant and Majorana Zero Mode in Quantum Circuits 

Sandeep Kumar 
Janett Prehl 
Takanori Sugimoto 

12:3014:00 
Lunch Break 

14:0015:30 
Biological Systems and Soft Matter 
Disorder, Complexity and Data Science 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Chair: Patrice Malfreyt 
Chair: Efthymia Meletlidou 
Chair: Roberto Car 

78 
MD/MC Hybrid Simulation Scheme for Carbon Fiber Fabrication Process 
184 
Relation Between Investor Mood and Finance Indexes using Complex Networks 
93 
Unitary transformation for mitigating the negativesign problem in quantum spin systems. 

Mitsuhiro Matsumoto 
L. Magafas 
Keisuke Murota 

94 
Coevolution of Functionality and Foldability of Proteins: A Multicanonical Monte Carlo Study of a Lattice Model 
79 
Machine Learning the Density of States 
107 
FirstPrinciples Molecular Dynamic of Exciton Dissociation as a Key Mechanism of Plasma Phase Transition in Dense Fluid Nitrogen 

Macoto Kikuchi 
Martin Weigel 
Ilya D. Fedorov 

141 
A contact map method to capture the features of knot conformations 
186 
Synchronization of random walking oscillators 
33 
Kinetics effect of hydrogen passivation on the zigzag edge growth of hBN 

Franco Ferrari 
Konstantinos Tsachalinas 
Wenjing Zhao 

42 
Wrapping dynamics and critical conditions for active nonspherical nanoparticle uptake 
110 
Enhancing Network Communication with BrownianInspired Game Theory 
163 
Hybrid Metropolis Approach to BEC Fluctuations 

ChenXu Wu 
Kang Hao CHEONG 
Maciej Bartłomiej Kruk 

15:3016:00 
Coffe Break 

16:0017:30 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
Subatomic and Particle Physics 
Applied, Industrial and Educational Physics 

Chair: I. Bray 
Chair: A. Nikolaidis 
Chair: L. Magafas 

Claudia Draxl 

Tackling excitations in complex and defected materials 
28 
Accelerating HiRep Lattice Simulations on CPUbased Computer Clusters 
56 
Highorder spectral volume gas kinetic scheme 

Md Shidur Rahman 
Na Liu 

162 
Exploration of the Optical Properties of Point Defects in Semiconductors and Insulators using Timedependent Density Functional Theory 
112 
Towards Computing the Spectrum of Relic Gravitational Waves in Strongly Interacting Gauge Theories of New Physics 
96 
Optimal model description of proton induced reactions on 232Th for the production of 223Ra and 225Ac up to 200 MeV. 

Marco Govoni 
Biagio Lucini 
Emmanuel Census Hemba 

81 
Collapse of quasiparticle multiplets and 5f itinerantlocalized crossovers in cubic phase Pu3Ga 
5 
DFT Study of the Structural, Electronic, NonLinear Optical and Thermodynamic Properties of Poly (3Hexylthiophene2,5 Diyl) in Gas Phase and in Some Solvents 
115 
Economic Cycles, Thermodynamic Uncertainty Relations, and Inflationary Bounds 

Haiyan Lu 
Abdussalam Balarabe Suleiman 
Edgar Parker 

102 
XY models on selfavoiding walks 
85 
DNA coding and Gödel numbering 
38 
Droplet Shape Representation using Fourier Descriptors and Neural Networks 

Kamilla Faizullina 
Prof. Argyris Nicolaidis 
Mihir Durve 

124 
Application of quasistatic approximation technique to nonlinear wakefield excitation in beam driven plasma acceleration scheme 
177 
AI in nanoworld: Computational modeling and machine learning techniques in Electron and Atomic Force Microscopy 

Gangtak Nanpon 
Vassilis Constantoudis 

Wednesday 

8:3017:00 
Registration 

Chair: Nikolaos Stergioulas 

9:009:45 
Brito 

Metastability in wetting phenomena 

9:4510:30 
Font 

Computational physics in strong gravity: a tool for gravitationalwave astronomy 

10:3011:00 
Coffe Break 

Room 1 
Room 2 
Room 3 

11:0012:30 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
Disorder, Complexity and Data Science 
Biological Systems and Soft Matter 

Chair: Vassilis Constantoudis 
Chair: Janett Prehl 
Chair: M. Maragakis 

Tomasz Dietl 

Understanding magnetic topological matter by computational approaches 
87 
Nonlinearity test for complex time series 
45 
Experimental forced convection study using triply periodic minimum surface’s porous structure: comparison with numerical modelling. 

Pedro Carpena 
M.Z Saghir 

29 
Simulation of Quasiparticle Excitations Spectra in Magnetic bcc Fe: Combining LAMMPS Engine and Dynamic Structure Factor Calculations 
90 
Singular Spectrum Analysis for Time Series Data of Realtime TDDFT 
61 
Lightweight super resolution architecture for flow reconstruction 

Elena Angelova 
Naoki Tani 
Filippos Sofos 

24 
Phase constraints in the trigonal (bi)pyramidal 3d8 mononuclear nanomagnets 
159 
Efficient sampling in a glassy phase using a machinelearningassisted Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method 
60 
The Impact of Pectin on Transport and Mechanical Properties of ECLITFSI Electrolytes 

Hassan Chamati 
Seiya Miyamoto 
Sipra Mohapatra 

183 
Existence of hidden limit cycles in a perturbed Van der Pol equation 
185 
Motor Unit Number Estimation: Development of a passive model 

Efthymia Meletlidou 
Maria Anastasia Rouni 

12:3014:00 
Lunch Break 

Room 1 
Room 2 
Room 3 

14:0015:30 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
Disorder, Complexity and Data Science 
Networks, Societal Physics, Dynamics of Languages and Populations 

Chair: C. Draxl 
Chair: L. Magafas 
Chair: Michael Maragakis 

Igor Bray 

Calculation of Atomic and Molecular Collisions 
104 
Insights into Graph Classification: Unraveling Feature vs. Topology Contributions with Graph Neural Networks 
110 
Enhancing Network Communication with BrownianInspired Game Theory 

Darja Cvetković 
Kang Hao CHEONG 

54 
Two dimensional quantum lattice models and strongly correlated molecules via mode optimized hybrid CPUGPU density matrix renormalization group method on stateoftheart hardware infrastructures 
167 
Uncovering the Complex Network Structure from SpatialTemporal Air Quality Data: A Case Study of Istanbul 
130 
A Mosquito Population Model Based on Fractional Differential Equations 

Örs Legeza 
G.Cigdem YALCIN 
Nikos Kollas 

77 
Crystal Structure Determination by LargeScale Data Assimilation Simulation 
20 
Quantifying Structural Complexity of time series using the graph representation 
65 
Epidemiology in random networks with stable degree values 

Yuuki Kubo 
Michail Vamvakaris 
Vasileios Vachtsevanos 

126 
Fast, hierarchical, and adaptive algorithm for Metropolis Monte Carlo simulations of longrange interacting systems 
32 
Structural Balance on TwoDimensional Lattices in HeatBath 

Wolfhard Janke 
Krzysztof Malarz 

15:3016:00 
Coffe Break 

16:0017:30 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
ZOOM session 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Chair: P. Argyrakis 
Chair: Maria Tsouchnika 
Chair: Zidan Wang 

Junyi Zhu 
Xin Wang 

New Electron counting model based on layers and its application in the computational studies of phase change in transition metal oxides 
134 
Quantum information approach to the coherent dynamics of strongly coupled electronphononphoton systems 
Application of optimal control in quantum parameter estimation and quantum hypothesis testing 

Kunio Ishida 

98 
Catching ultrafast photoprocesses in the act: the virtual timeresolved spectrometer 
83 
Unravelling the Interplay Between Perlecan LG3 and the SARSCoV2 Spike Protein 
86 
Quantum Transport Properties of Au/InPNanowire/Au junction device with charge doping 

Irene Conti 
Md Lokman Hossen 
Ibrahim Genç 

171 
Nanoparticles Impacts on Convection Nanofluid Flow and Heat Transfer Inside Cavities With Fins 
50 
Diffusiophoretic Brownian Dynamics: Characterization of Hydrodynamic Effects for an Active Chemoattractive Polymer 
128 
Quantum Circuit Representations of Spin Liquids and Their Optimization 

Raoudha Chaabane 
Surabhi Jaiswal 
Tsuyoshi Okubo 

17:10  17:50 
75 
Using Numerical Solutions of the Forced Kortewegde Vries Equation and ParticleInCell Simulations to Study Solitons in Space Plasmas 
150 
Quantum phase transition between spin liquid and spin nematics in spin1 Kitaev honeycomb model 

Ashwyn Sam 
Tohru Mashiko 

Thursday 

8:3017:00 
Registration 

Chair: GianMarco Rignanese 

9:009:45 
EPS Invited Speaker: Annabella Selloni 

Aqueous Metal Oxide Interfaces from First Principles Simulations 

9:4510:30 
Wentzovitch 

Modeling Earth from Atomic to Global Scale 

10:3011:00 
Coffe Break 

Room 1 
Room 2 
Room 3 

11:0012:30 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
Networks, Societal Physics, Dynamics of Languages and Populations 
Disorder, Complexity and Data Science 

Chair: Hassan Chamati 
Chair: Krzysztof Malarz 
Chair: G.Cigdem YALCIN 

Zidan Wang 

Diagnosing quantum phases based on analyses on longrange quantum resources 
155 
Innovation and exnovation dynamics on trees and trusses 
106 
Transition to Turbulence in LargeScale Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Quasi 2D Fluid Flow 

Edward D. Lee 
Vladimir Stegailov 

17 
Generating Function for Projected EntangledPair States 
157 
Exploring the Impact of Social Media Activity on Financial Markets: A Complex Network Modeling Approach 
129 
Population annealing on massively parallel and distributed compute hardware 

WeiLin Tu 
Jinjoo Yoon 
Martin Weigel 

101 
Entanglement Properties of OneDimensional Dimerized FermiHubbard Model 
164 
Strongly Coupled Systems Increase the Risk of Nonlocal Propagation of Tipping Events 
139 
Fast Simulations with High Accuracy for Periodic Quantum Nanostructures and Photonic Crystals Enabled by a PhysicsInformed Projection Learning Methodology 

MinChul Cha 
Ali Shahrabi 
MingCheng Cheng 

166 
Scalable Quantum Description of Dissipative and Selforganized Cavity Bosons 
182 
The IntraUrban Links Impact on Crisis Spreading in Multinational Firms' Networks: Friend or Foe 
156 
Inertia Effects in Machine Learning 

Piotr Deuar 
Maria Tsouchnika 
Kazuhiro Fuchizaki 

12:3014:00 
Lunch Break 

14:0014:30 
AWARDS  PRIZES 

14:3015:30 
IUPAP: Early career Scientist prize in Computational Physics 

15:3016:00 
Coffe Break 

16:0017:00 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 
ZOOM session 
Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Chair: GianMarco Rignanese 
Chair: Maria Tsouchnika 
Chair: J. Zhu 

13 
Surface Purification and Compensation of I Interstitial in Quasi2D CsPbI3 
71 
Search for the spin glass phase of the dodecahedral spin model on cubic lattice 
147 
SelfTuning Hamiltonian Monte Carlo for Accelerated Sampling 

Shengyuan Wang 
Tasrief Surungan 
Henrik Christiansen 

113 
Assessing the possible superconductivity in doped perovskite hydride KMgH3 under lattice anharmonicity and spin fluctuation 
52 
Uniform semiclassical thermal rate theory 
174 
Densitymatrix renormalization group algorithm for nonHermitian systems 

Shaocong Lu 
Sameernandan Upadhyayula 
Shijie Hu 

95 
Precursor and Bulk Dynamics of Thin Film Spreading 
89 
Determination of the adiabatic constant of the atmospheric air polluted with green house pollutants by the combined thermodynamic adiabatical and calorimetrical method 
176 
Frustrated Altermagnetism and Flatband Enhanced Antiferromagnetic Fluctuation in Kagome CsCr3Sb5 

Haim Taitelbaum 
Mihai Petrov 
Chao Cao 

91 
Green's function method in the framework of the transcorrelated method 

Takumi Chida 

Friday 

09:0015:00 
Conference excursion to Vergina 

16:0018:00 
Round table discussion on the future of Computational Physics 

18:0018:15 
Closing statements 
Contributed talks duration: 20 min. (17' + 3')
Invited talks duration: 30 min.(27' + 3')
Poster sessions: Monday to Thursday at Lunch Breaks and at the end of each day
Registration starts at 8:30 each day of the Conference