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Pioneer Symposia

Pioneer symposia are consisted of several invited talks on hot issues of physics sub-fields. Each symposium is made in English and extends at least 2 sessions in a meeting. Symposium titles and organizers of pioneer symposia for upcoming meeting are as follows.


1) Next generation neutrino experiment

   Time/Room: TBD 

 

  [Organizers] KIM Hong Joo, MOON Chang Seong, OH Young Seok (KNU CHEP)
 

  [Invited Speakers]

  • YOKOYAMA Masashi (University of Tokyo, Japan): "Status of Hyper-Kamiokande"
  • JUNG Chang Kee (Stony Brook University, USA): "The Status of Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) at Long Baseline Neutrino Facility (LBNF)"
  • Qian Sen (IHEP, China): "The R&D and Mass Production of 20 inch MCP-PMT in China"
  • KORNOUKHOV Vasily (MEPhI & INR RAS, Russia): "Future neutrinoless double beta decay experiments"
  • YU Intae (SKKU): "Prospect for KNO"
  • KANG Sin Kyu (SeoulTech Univ): "Physics of KNO"
  • JOO Kyung Kwang (Cheonnam National Univ): "Detector of KNO"
   [Scope]
Neutrinos are fundamental particles in the standard model and its research has a long history and produced several Nobel prize winners in this field. However, there are many important puzzles to be solved including the absolute neutrino mass, neutrino type, CP violation, and mass hierarchy etc. To have a clue to solve these problems, there are many planned experiments using accelerators, nuclear reactors, cosmological objects, and rare decays of isotopes. This pioneering session will overview the research activities in this field and will discuss next generation neutrino experiments as well as the next generation experiments in Korea. Prominent foreign and domestic experts in this field will be invited for deep discussions with domestic researchers.



2) Quantum Chaos: common ground for black holes, quantum many body systems and quantum information

   Time/Room: TBD 

 

  [Organizers] KIM Nakwoo (Kyung Hee U.), KIM Keun-Young (GIST), KIM Dong-Hee (GIST), YOON Junggi (KIAS)
 

  [Invited Speakers]

  • TEZUKA Masaki (Kyoto Univ. Japan) : “What Is quantum chaos?”
  • HANADA Masanori (Southampton Univ. UK) : “Quantum chaos in statistical physics: the SYK model”
  • Gustavo Turiaci (UCSB, USA) : “Quantum chaos in black hole- Concrete examples: How can black hole physics explain quantum chaos in statistical systems or condensed matter?”
  • KIM Dong Hee (GIST) : “Quantum chaos and thermalization/localization”
  • CHOI Jae Yoon (KAIST) : “Quantum chaos and thermalization/localization”
  • JAHNKE Viktor (GIST) : “Multifacet of quantum chaos: from statistical mechanics to condensed matter to black hole”
   [Scope]
Recently, quantum chaos has emerged as an essential tool to understand black hole/quantum gravity, quantum many body systems, and quantum information theory. This revived excitement on chaos becomes much more interesting thanks to the holographic principle: strongly correlated quantum many-body systems and certain classical gravities are two different pictures of the same underlying physics. For example, the Lyapunov exponent and butterfly velocity computed in a maximally chaotic condensed matter system, so called the SYK model, can be understood by its dual gravity and black hole. Furthermore, quantum chaos armed with this dual picture began to shed light on long standing fundamental questions on quantum thermalization/localization and quantum gravity. It is very remarkable that these different research fields are finding common ground, which also turned out to be very fruitful in the history of physics. We would like to introduce this novel activity in a timely manner and have a chance to boost multidisciplinary convergence collaborations.



3) Various Manifestations of Nuclear Structure

   Time/Room: TBD 

 

  [Organizers] CHOI Seonho (Seoul National Univ.), MOON Dong Ho (Chunnam National Univ.), YOON Jin-Hee (Inha Univ.)
 

  [Invited Speakers]

  • NORI Aoi (Osaka Univ., Japan) : “Rare Isotope Structure”
  • BING Guo (CIAE, China) : “RI physics”
  • OTSUKA Takaharu (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan) : “Shell Model Calculations”
  • MENG Ji (Peking Univ., China) : “Nuclear model”
  • SUDA Toshimi (Tohoku Univ., Japan) : “Proton radious puzzle”
  • SAKURAI Hiroyoshi (RIKEN, Japan) : “RI Physics”
  • ONG Hooi Jin (RCNP, Japan) : “RI Structure”
  • LIU Weiping (CIAE, China) : “RI Structure”
  • MOON Chang Bum (Hoseo Univ.) : “EURICA”
  • HONG Byungsik (Korea Univ.) : “Symmetry Energy”
  • KIM Young Man (IBS, RISP) : “Nuclear Model”
  • HYUN Chang Ho (Daegu Univ.) : “Nuclear Model”
   [Scope]
Nuclear structure shows various manifestations from microscopic nuclei to macroscopic stellar events. The internal structure of the nucleons in terms of quarks and gluons is the key to understand QCD and nuclei made of nucleons shows various interesting properties based on the NN interactions. Recently, new phenomena have been discovered in rare isotopes which have neutron excess or deficit. In macroscopic universe, the explosion of supernovae or neutron stars are governed by the nuclear structure. This pioneering session overviews this interesting movement and serves deep discussions among researchers.



4) Novel physics in flat band systems

   Time/Room: TBD 

 

  [Organizers] LEE Jhinhwan (IBS), PARK Tuson (Sungkyunkwan Univ.), CHOI Hyoung Joon (Yonsei Univ.)
 

  [Invited Speakers]

  • Heikkilä Tero (Univ. of Jyväskylä, Finland) : “Flat band superconductivity in twisted bilayer graphene and other materials”
  • YEOM Han Woong (POSTECH, IBS) : "Spontaneous or artificial flat bands on a correlated 2D electronic system"
  • CHOI Hyoung Joon (Yonsei Univ.) : “Novel Physics in Twisted Bilayer Graphene”
  • MAO Jinhai (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences) : “Charge order and broken rotational symmetry in twisted bilayer graphene”
  • TBD : “Transport Properties of Twisted Bilayer Graphene”
  • PARK Tuson (Sungkyunkwan Univ.) : “Heavy Fermion Systems”
  • LUO Yongkang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) : “Heavy Fermion Systems”
  • LEE Jhinhwan (IBS) : “Barrier-bound States and 2D Stoner Magnetism in Delafossites”
  [Scope]
Physics in flat-band systems such as heavy fermion systems and materials with Stoner magnetism receive new spotlights due to the recently found flat-band superconductivity in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene (MA-TBG). There the pairing strength seems to be enhanced by the flat band, and the critical temperature becomes proportional to the interaction strength rather than depending exponentially. Also, strange barrier-bound states can appear in 0D-1D potential embedded in 2D flat-band systems and they are found experimentally in delafossite surface with surface Stoner magnetism. The main topic of this symposium will be the in-depth comparison of physical properties in heavy fermion systems and the MA-TBG systems as well as seeking new understandings and applications of the flat-band systems.



5) Frontiers in two-dimensional van der Waals crystals

   Time/Room: TBD 

 

  [Organizers] IM Seongil, KIM Kwanpyo, KIM Keun Su (Yonsei Univ.)
 

  [Invited Speakers]

  • IWASA Yoshihiro (Univ. of Tokyo)
  • EDA Goki (National Univ. of Singapore)
  • DING Feng (UNIST, Institute for Basic Science)
  • LEE Jieun (Ajou Univ.)
  • LEE Gwan Hyoung (Seoul National Univ.)
  [Scope]
Two-dimensional van-der-Waals crystals have continued to attract broad interest owing to their promising device characteristics. Since the discovery of exfoliated graphene, this field has become rapidly matured over past 12 years. In this pioneer symposium, we will review what has been done so far with this class of materials, and discuss new opportunities and directions ranging from fundamental physics to device applications.



6) Detectors and photonic devices based on III-V compound semiconductors

   Time/Room: TBD 

 

  [Organizers] KIM Yongmin (Dankook Univ.), TOKUMITSU E. (JAIST, Japan)
 

  [Invited Speakers]

  • ARAKAWA Taro (Yokohama National Univ., Japan) : "Multiple quantum well electroabsorption modulator based on multimode interference waveguide for high extinction ratio"
  • UCHIDA Shiro (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan) : "High efficiency III-V solar cells and their applications"
  • NAKAO Ryo (NTT Device Technology Labs, Japan) : "Lateral-current-injection membrane laser diode directly bonded to SiC substrate"
  • AKAHANE Kouichi (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan) : "High performance laser diodes and semiconductor optical amplifiers with highly stacked InAs quantum dots"
  • GU Xiaodong (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) : "GaAs-based VCSEL Beam Scanner for 3D Sensing Applications"
  • UMEZAWA Toshimasa (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology,Japan) : "Energy Harvesting Millimeter-wave Integrated Photoreceiver for Radio over Fiber Applications"
  • KIM sang hyun (KAIST) : "Heterogeneous integration of III-V/Ge for Monolithic 3D OEIC"
  • SHIN Jae-cheol (Yeungnam Univ.) : "Highly temperature insensitive, tapered active-region quantum cascade semiconductor lasers grown by MOCVD"
  • KO Young Ho (ETRI) : "Heterogeneous integration of III-V photonic devices with silicon: from laser diodes to single photon emitters"
  • LEE Sang Jun (KRISS) : "Plasmonic metamaterials integrated III-V infrared detectors for multi-functionality"
  [Scope]
The session is based on the MOU between the Korean Physical Society and the Japan Society of Applied Physics. The subject of the session is current research status and results of the applications of III-V compound semiconductor based detectors and photonic devices. The session will give international collaboration opportunities to Korea and Japan research scientists.