Talks and Colloquia



December 13 Thursday 3 pm

Hiroshi Shinaoka, Saitama University, Japan  

Sparse modeling approach to many-body problems

December 11 Tuesday 4 pm

Ananya Samanta, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal, India

Geometrical frustration

December 4 Tuesday 4 pm

Paul Pearce, University of Melbourne, Australia

Exactly solvable two-dimensional lattice models with boundaries

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

December 3 Monday 4 pm

Hitoshi Murayama, Kavli IPMU, Japan   

When a Symmetry Breaks

Location: IBS CTPU seminar room (4th floor)

November 27 Tuesday 4 pm

Kenichi Kasamatsu, Kindai University, Japan

Dynamics of topological excitations in single- and multi-component Bose-Einstein condensates

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

November 23 Friday 1.30 pm

Hyung Mok Lee, KASI, Korea   

The past, present and future of the gravitational wave science

Location: Conference Room (#109, 1st floor)

November 22 Thursday 3 pm

Thanh Thi Kim Nguyen, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam

Thermoelectric transport through a quantum dot system: crossover between non-Fermi liquid and Fermi liquid behavior

November 20 Tuesday 4 pm

Mikhail Kiselev, ICTP, Italy

Two-stage Kondo effect

November 6 Tuesday 4 pm

Myung-Joong Hwang, Ulm University, Germany

Exploring non-equilibrium phases of matter using controlled quantum systems

October 25 Thursday 3 pm

Andrey Sukhorukov, Australian National University, Australia

Multi-dimensional synthetic photonics lattices

October 23 Tuesday 4 pm

Lauri Toikka, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Two-body localised state in interacting quantum walks

October 19 Friday 3 pm

Irving Rondón, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

Electromagnetics applications using cylindrical structured beams

October 16 Tuesday 4 pm

Mohammad Yahyavi, Bilkent University, Turkey

Reconstruction of the polarization distribution and topological physics in one-dimensional systems

October 11 Thursday 11 am

Dmitri Kvon, Institute of Semiconductor Physics, RAS SB, Russia

HgTe based topological insulators

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

October 10 Wednesday 4 pm

Stefan Boettcher, Emory University, USA   

Explaining slow relaxation in jammed materials and aging in terms of record fluctuations

October 4 Thursday 3 pm

Sergei Kruchinin, Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, Ukraine  

Thermoelectricity in tunneling nanostructures

September 27 Thursday 3 pm

Alexander Chudnovskiy, University of Hamburg, Germany

Signatures of replica symmetry breaking in SYK model

September 21 Friday 11.30 am

Sudipto Singha Roy, Hanyang University, Korea

Response to defects in multi- and bipartite entanglement of isotropic quantum spin networks

September 20 Thursday 3 pm

Alexander Cherny, Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Russia

The repulsive Bose-Hubbard model at negative temperatures: problems and prospects

September 18 Tuesday 4 pm

Nathan Perchikov, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Nonlinear dynamics of discrete mechanical systems with flat dispersion bands

September 13 Thursday 3 pm

Auditya Sharma, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal, India

Fresh insights fromzero-temperature nonequilibrium dynamics of spin glasses

September 11 Tuesday 4 pm

Eduardo Cuansing, University of the Philippines Los Baños, Philippines

Time-dependent quantum transport in nanojunctions with time-varying components

September 10 Monday 3 pm

Clemens Gneiting, RIKEN, Japan

Disorder-dressed evolution in edge-mode transport and beyond

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

September 4 Tuesday 5 pm

Ulrich Kuhl, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France   

Investigating topological structures by microwave experiments with coupled dielectric resonators

August 28 Tuesday 4 pm

Rubem Mondaini, Beijing Computational Science Research Center, China  

Many-body localization and thermalization in isolated quantum systems

August 23 Thursday 3 pm

Jun Won Rhim, IBS-CCES & Seoul National University, Korea

Classification of flat bandsform irremovable discontinuities of Bloch wave functions

August 22 Wednesday 3 pm

Shiue-Yuan Shiau, National University of Singapore, Singapore

The unexplored world of composite quantum particles: two effects taken from cold-atom physics

August 21 Tuesday 4 pm

Leonid Gorelik, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Suppression of thermal nanomechanical oscillations by heat flow

August 9 Thursday 3 pm

Bongjae Kim, Kunsan National University, Korea  

Anisotropic magnetic interactions in transition metal oxides: the cases for Sr2RuO4 and Sr2VO4

July 31 Tuesday 4pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Chang Hee Nam, IBS CoReLS & GIST, Korea

Strong Field Physics Explored with a multi-PW laser at CoReLS

Location: Conference Room (#109, 1st floor)

July 26 Thursday 3 pm

Chang-Woo Lee, KIAS, Korea

Effective formalism for open-quantum-system dynamics: Time-coarse-graining approach

July 20 Friday 3 pm

Sunkyu Yu, Seoul National University, Korea  

Supersymmetric photonics for engineering applications

July 12 Thursday 3 pm

Ki-Seok Kim, POSTECH, Korea

Chiral pair of Fermi arcs, anomaly cancellation, and spin or valley Hall effects in Weyl metals with broken inversion symmetry

July 11 Wednesday 3 pm

Jae-Ho Han, POSTECH, Korea

Quantum criticality in Kitaev-Ising mode

July 6 Friday 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

J. Michael Kosterlitz, Brown University, USA

Topological Defects and Phase Transitions

July 4 Wednesday 3 pm

Jinhong Park, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Noise on complex edges: ballistic channels and heat diffusion

July 3 Tuesday 4 pm

Victor Kagalovsky, Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel

Stability of a topological insulator: interactions, disorder and parity of Kramers doublets

June 19 Tuesday 4 pm

Qian Wang, Zhejiang Normal University, China

Excite-state quantum phase transition and quantum speed limit time

June 14 Thursday 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Keith R. Dienes, University of Arizona, USA

Probing the String Landscape Implications, Applications, and Altercations

June 12 Tuesday 4 pm

Kristín Björg Arnardóttir, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Cavity QED effects in low dimensional systems

June 7 Thursday 3 pm

Meng Sun, PCS IBS, Korea

Excitation of localized states in the flat band of exciton-polariton Lieb lattice

May 31 Thursday 3 pm

Ivan Savenko, PCS IBS, Korea

Photon drag effect in hybrid systems

May 24 Thursday 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Soonkeon Nam, Kyung Hee University, Korea

Machine that learns and searches for new particle and laws in physics

May 23 Wednesday 3 pm

Hyeonseok Yang, Seoul National University, Korea

2-dimensional quantum gas in non-equilibrium

May 17 Thursday 3 pm

Kirill Shulga, RIKEN, Japan  

Quantum many-body physics of superconducting qubits arrays

May 15 Tuesday 4 pm

Tridev Mishra, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, India   

Some studies on modifications of low dimensional systems under the application of periodic driving

May 10 Thursday 3 pm

Anton Parafilo, ICTP, Italy   

Classical simulator for quantum two-level system and its application in a nano-electromechanical device

May 9 Wednesday 3 pm

Kun Woo Kim, KIAS, Korea   

Disordered Floquet topological insulators

May 2 Wednesday 3 pm

Hyunyong Lee, University of Tokyo, Japan   

Quantum phase diagram of the S=1 bilinear-biquadratic model on the star lattice

April 24 Tuesday 5 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Olivier Martin, EPFL, Switzerland  

Plasmonics: From materials to artificial colors and metasurfaces

April 17 Tuesday 4 pm

Kirill Vorotnikov, BiPoP Team, INRIA, France  

Nonlinear phenomena in one-dimensional granular metamaterials

April 12 Thursday 3 pm

Seung-Sup Lee, LMU Munich, Germany

Doublon-holon origin of the subpeaks at the Hubbard band edges

April 4 Wednesday 3 pm

Kang-Hun Ahn, Chungnam National University, Korea

Electromechanics of the pore in vesicle fusion: Self-organized super sensitivity to electrical stimulus

April 3 Tuesday 4 pm

Yaroslav Zolotaryuk, Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, NASU, Ukraine

Dynamics of embedded topological solitons in the Josephson junction array

March 29 Thursday 3 pm

Paul Pearce, University of Melbourne, Australia

Analytic calculation of the conformal partition functions of critical bond percolation on the square lattice

March 28 Wednesday 3 pm

Sanku Paul, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune, India

Localization and transport in kicked rotor and its variants

March 27 Tuesday 4 pm

Chang-Woo Lee, KIAS, Korea 

Instanton approach to optical bistability

March 22 Thursday 3 pm

Robert Shekhter, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Spin-assisted heat transport in nanomechanical shuttle structure

March 20 Tuesday 4 pm

Daria Smirnova, Institute of Applied Physics, RAS, Russia  

Far-field probing of topological states in all-dielectric metasurfaces

March 15 Thursday 3 pm

Vladimir Chaldyshev, Ioffe Institute, RAS, Russia

Resonant Bragg structures

March 14 Wednesday 4 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Amnon Aharony, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel  

Spin orbit interactions, time reversal symmetry and spin filtering

March 13 Tuesday 4 pm

Kab-Jin Kim, KAIST, Korea 

Spin transport and dynamics in non-uniform magnetic structures

March 12 Monday 3 pm

Pramod Padmanabhan, IBS CTPU, Korea

Using supersymmetry to study condensed matter systems

February 13 Tuesday 4 pm

Denis Karpov, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Theoretical description of hybrid polaritonic nanostructures

February 7 Wednesday 3 pm

Daniel Leykam, PCS IBS, Korea

Topologically-protected transport in ring resonator lattices

January 31 Wednesday 3 pm

Hyeong Jun Lee, Seoul National University, Korea

Multi-orbital correlations and spin-orbit couplings in ruthenate

January 30 Tuesday 4 pm

Sungjong Woo, KIAS, Korea

Exotic elastic properties of layered two-dimensional materials

January 18 Thursday 3 pm

Julian Lee, Soongsil University, Korea

Derivation of a Markov model that violates detailed balance

January 16 Tuesday 4 pm

Jae Dong Noh, University of Seoul, Korea

Dynamics of a charged Brownian particle in the low mass limit

January 15 Monday 4 pm

Ilya Krive, B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, NASU, Ukraine

Figure of merit of quantum dot-based spintronical thermoelectric

January 12 Friday 3 pm

Aaram Kim, King’s College London, UK

Spin-orbit-coupled multiorbital Hubbard models: J-freezing, Hund’s rules, and excitonic magnetism

January 10 Wednesday 3 pm

Qian Wang, Shanghai Normal University, China    

Correspondence principle of work distribution in Bose-Hubbard model

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