#### Summer 2019

- Mathematics 2F (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate)

#### Winter 2018

- Solid State Physics II (undergraduate)
- Applied physics learning from Nobel prizes (undergraduate): 13th week "Topological phases (2016 D. J. Thouless, F. D. M. Haldane, and J. M. Kosterlitz)"

#### Summer 2018

- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate)

#### Winter 2017

- Solid State Physics II (undergraduate)
- Applied physics learning from Nobel prizes (undergraduate): 1st week "Topological phases (2016 D. J. Thouless, F. D. M. Haldane, and J. M. Kosterlitz)"
- intensive course (School of Science/Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido Univ.): "Fundamentals of Strongly Correlated Electrons"

#### Summer 2017

- Mathematics 2F (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate)

"First-Principles study of ferro-valley states in monolayer VSe_{2}", Yuta Ohigashi Applied Physics Seminar Poster Award 2017

"Acceleration of Monte Carlo simulation of Fermion systems by machine learning", Shotaro Baba, Yuya Tsujii

#### Winter 2016

- Solid State Physics II (undergraduate)
- Applied physics learning from Nobel prizes (undergraduate): 8th week "Topological phases (2016 D. J. Thouless, F. D. M. Haldane, and J. M. Kosterlitz)"

#### Summer 2016

- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate)

"Magnetic instability in itinerant electron systems with Rashba and Dresselhaus spin-orbit couplings", Shunpei Iino

"Optical response in layered systems with toroidal ordering", Yuma Umimoto

"Off-diagonal responses induced by multipole orders in spin cluster systems", Tatsuki Sato

#### Winter 2015

- Solid State Physics II (undergraduate)
- Applied physics learning from Nobel prizes (undergraduate): 3rd week "Magnetism (1977 P. W. Anderson, Sir N. F. Mott, and J. H. van Vleck)"

#### Summer 2015

- Mathematics 2F (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate)

"Antisymmetric spin-orbit coupling induced by local asymmetry", Yusuke Araki and Ryoya Sano

"Mean-field study of quantum spin systems by using Majorana fermion picture", Kento Ueda and Ryoya Sano

#### Winter 2014

- Applied physics learning from Nobel prizes (undergraduate): 12th week "Magnetism (1977 P. W. Anderson, Sir N. F. Mott, and J. H. van Vleck)"
- intensive course (Faculty of Science/Graduate School of Science, Kobe Univ.): "Fundamentals of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems"

#### Summer 2014

- Solid State Physics III (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Theoretical study of strongly-correlated electron systems showing giant negative thermal expansion", Kento Kawasaki, Jun Miyazaki Applied Physics Seminar Poster Award 2014

#### Winter 2013

- intensive course (School of Engineering/Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya Univ.): "Fundamentals of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems"

#### Summer 2013

- Solid State Physics III (undergraduate)
- Mathematics 2F (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Numerical study of entanglement entropy in quasi-crystals", Haruhiko Sanjo, Mizuki Urai
- intensive course (graduate in Dept. of Physics, Kyoto Univ.): "Physics of Geometrical Frustration: From Localized Spins to Itinerant Electrons"
- Open Campus for high school students, trial lectureF"The world of quantum mechanics inside materials"

#### Summer 2012

- Solid State Physics III (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Theoretical study of the Kitaev model: zero energy modes at interfaces and 3D loop excitations", Toshiyuki Kaji, Keisuke Matsuura
- Applied Physics Seminar I (undergraduate): "Solids and Surfaces: A Chemist's View of Bonding in Extended Structures", R. Hoffmann (Wiley-VCH Inc., 1988)

#### Winter 2011

- intensive course (graduate in Dept. of Physics, Nagoya Univ.): "Fundamentals of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems - Mott Transition, Orbital Degree of Freedom, and Frustration -"

#### Summer 2011

- Solid State Physics III (undergraduate)
- Mathematics 2F (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Electron correlation and spin-orbit coupling in multi-orbital electron systems", Junichi Iwasaki, Yoshihiro Okamura, Shingo Toyoda
- intensive course (graduate in Dept. of Physics, Okayama Univ.): "Fundamentals of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems - Mott Transition, Orbital Degree of Freedom, and Frustration -"

#### Winter 2010

- Mathematics 1D (undergraduate)

#### Summer 2010

- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Electronic and transport properties of itinetant electrons coupled with ice-rule spin systems"

#### Winter 2009

- Solid State Physics IV/Condensed Matter Physics (undergraduate/graduate)

#### Summer 2009

- Mathematics 2D/2G (undergraduate)
- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Interacting Electrons and Quantum Magnetism", A. Auerbach (Springer-Verlag, New York, 1994), Chapter 1 & 2

#### Winter 2008

- Solid State Physics IV/Condensed Matter Physics (undergraduate/graduate)

#### Summer 2008

- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Lecture Notes on Electron Correlation and Magnetism", P. Fazakas (World Scientific, 1999), Chapter 4 & 9

#### Winter 2007

- Solid State Physics IV/Condensed Matter Physics (undergraduate/graduate)
- Mathematics 1D (undergraduate)

#### Summer 2007

- Applied Physics Seminar (undergraduate): "Geometrical Frustration", Physics Today
**59**, 24 (2006), "Spin Ice", S.T. Bramwell, M.J. Gingras and P.C.W. Holdsworth, Chapter 7 in "Frustrated Spin Systems", ed. by H. T. Diep (World Scientific, 2005) - Condensed-Matter Physics (undergraduate in Dept. of Phys., Ochanomizu Univ.)
- intensive course (undergraduate/graduate in Dept. of Appl. Phys., Nagoya Univ.): "Numerical Calculations in Strongly-Correlated Systems"
- Condensed Matter Physics Summer School "BusseiWakate" 2007

#### Winter 2006

- Solid State Physics IV/Condensed Matter Physics (undergraduate/graduate)
- Mathematics 1B (undergraduate)

#### Summer 2006

- Applied Physics Seminar I (undergraduate): "Introducion to Percolation Theory", D. Stauffer and A. Aharony (Taylor & Francis, 1994)
- Computational Science Summer School (The 21st Century COE Program, Frontiers of Computational Science)