Yoshinori Kamijima is a postdoctoral fellow at the National Center for Theoretical Sciences (NCTS).
His mentor is Professor LungChi Chen.
Before joining NCTS, he was a research fellow at Education and Research Center for Mathematical and Data Science, Hokkaido University, Japan. In March 2021, he received his PhD degree from Hokkaido University under the supervision of Professor Akira Sakai
His research fields are probability theory and statistical mechanics. In particular, he is interested in phase transitions and critical phenomena. For example, we intuitively know that water turns into steam when the temperature increases. However, it is nontrivial why such phenomena occur from the point of view of atomism. Critical phenomena are universally observed for various material. Using stochastic models and mathematical methods, mathematical physicists approach to elucidate such universality. Currently, he is dealing with two models, oriented percolation and the quantum Ising model. His purpose for the former is to characterize the asymptotic behavior for the critical twopoint function, and that for the latter is to derive the lace expansion.
Here is his HOMEPAGE.
