Talks and Colloquia

Activities

2019


December 3 Tuesday 4 pm

Rahul Marathe, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

TBA


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

November 15 Friday

TBA

Location: TBA


November 12 Tuesday 4 pm

Alexander Schnell, MPI-PKS, Germany

Is there a Floquet Lindbladian?


October 24 Thursday 3 pm

Habib Rahbari, KIAS, Korea

Stochastic thermodynamics of glassy systems


October 22 Tuesday 4 pm

Alexander Cerjan, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Advances in non-Hermitian and topological photonics


October 11 Friday 4 pm

Mike Zhitomirsky, IRIG, CEA, France

Noncoplanar multi-k states in frustrated magnets


October 10 Thursday 3 pm

Pablo Salas, University of La Rioja, Spain

Bifurcations of dividing surfaces in chemical reactions


October 8 Tuesday 4 pm

Alexander Cherny, Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, JINR, Russia

The low-density expansions for the homogeneous dipolar Bose gas


October 1 Tuesday 4 pm

Victor Flambaum, University of New South Wales, Australia

Chaotic compound states in electronic, photonic, atomic and nuclear processes


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

September 30 Monday 4 pm

Victor Flambaum, University of New South Wales, Australia

Effects of Dark Matter in atomic and nuclear phenomena

Location: CAPP seminar room #C303, Creation Hall 3F, KAIST Munji Campus


September 17 Tuesday 4 pm

Alexander Chudnovskiy, University of Hamburg, Germany

First order superconducting quantum phase transition in the deformed Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model


September 5 Thursday 3 pm

Mikhail Kiselev, ICTP, Italy

Visualized wave mechanics by coupled macroscopic pendulums


September 3 Tuesday 4 pm

Peter Talkner, University of Augsburg, Germany

Measurement-driven single temperature engine


August 13 Tuesday 4 pm

Sathish Kumar, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India

Dirac cones and mass terms in bosonic spectra


July 25 Thursday 3 pm

Sergey Denisov, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

Ensembles of random generators of Markovian quantum evolution: spectral properties and universality


July 23 Tuesday 4 pm

Wanming Qi, China University of Mining and Technology, China

Finite-size scaling and the multi-crossover critical behaviour in a 2D incompressible flocking model


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

July 18 Thursday 3 pm

Young-Kee Kim, University of Chicago, USA

An Atom as an Onion

Location: IBS CTPU seminar room B440 (4th floor)


July 11 Thursday 3 pm

Igor Yurkevich, Aston University, UK

How to observe and quantify quantum-discorded states in solid-state setups

July 9 Tuesday 4 pm

Victor Kagalovsky, Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel

Superconducting edge states in topological insulators


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

July 4 Thursday 4.30 pm

Mark Vagins, Kavli IPMU, Japan & University of California, Irvine, USA

Chasing Neutrinos Around the World: A Personal History

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)


July 2 Tuesday 4 pm

Anatoly Kuklov, City University of New York, USA

Phases and phase transitions of Bose condensed light


June 27 Thursday 3 pm

Victor Fleurov, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Two-level systems in quasi 2D photon gas


June 25 Tuesday 4 pm

Suman Chand, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, India

Quantum heat machines with trapped ions


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

June 18 Tuesday 5 pm

Franco Nori, RIKEN, Japan & University of Michigan, USA

Nano-electronics using quantum circuits as artificial atoms on a chip


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

June 10 Monday 3 pm

Bong Won Sohn, KASI, Korea

First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results - The Shadow of the Supermassive Black Hole

Location: IBS CTPU seminar room B440 (4th floor)


June 4 Tuesday 4 pm

Yuji Hirono, APCTP, Korea

Topological order, higher-form symmetry, and dense quark matter


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

May 21 Tuesday 5 pm

Georgy Shlyapnikov, LPTMS CNRS & University Paris-Sud, France

Quantum gases in disorder


May 14 Tuesday 4 pm

Tilen Cadez, Beijing Computational Science Research Center, China

Dynamical localization and delocalization in Floquet systems


May 9 Thursday 3 pm

Jeil Jung, University of Seoul, Korea

Flatbands in twisted Dirac materials


May 8 Wednesday 3 pm

Youngkuk Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Topological phases characterized by the Stiefel-Whitney number in carbon allotropes


April 23 Tuesday 4 pm

Li Ge, City University of New York, USA

Non-Hermitian photonics based on quantum-inspired symmetries

Location: Lecture room B234 (2nd floor)


April 23 Tuesday 11 am

Luis Foà Torres, University of Chile, Chile

Novel manifestations of topological states of matter: From Floquet topological states to the search of topological states in non-Hermitian lattices

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)


April 22 Monday 3 pm

Barbara Dietz, Lanzhou University, China

Quantum billiards, graphene billiards and neutrino billiards

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)


April 16 Tuesday 4 pm

Sang-il Oum, IBS Discrete Mathematics Group & KAIST, Korea

How to decompose a graph into a tree-like structure


April 11 Thursday 3 pm

Stefano Iubini, University of Padova, Italy

Transport properties of the Discrete Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation


April 9 Tuesday 3 pm

Stefano Iubini, University of Padova, Italy

Localization and slow-relaxation phenomena in the Discrete Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation


April 4 Thursday 10.30 am

Stefano Iubini, University of Padova, Italy

Thermodynamics of negative-temperature states


April 2 Tuesday 4 pm

Ray-Kuang Lee, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Reflecting on an alternative (parity-time-symmetric) quantum theory, and its analog in optics


March 26 Tuesday 4 pm

Soloman Thokala, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, India

Controlling self-similar waves and rogue waves in nonlinear optical and atomic waveguides


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

March 21 Thursday 3 pm

Chang-Hwan Lee, Pusan National University, Korea

Tidal deformability of neutron stars and gravitational waves

Location: IBS CTPU seminar room (4th floor)


March 14 Thursday 3 pm

Hong Kee Yoon, KAIST, Korea

Analytic continuation via domain knowledge free machine learning


March 12 Tuesday 4 pm

Jae-Hoon Sim, KAIST, Korea

Maximum quantum entropy method: The analytic continuation of matrix-valued Green’s functions


February 26 Tuesday 4 pm

Sooran Kim, Kyungpook National University, Korea

Apical ion dynamics-modulated in-plane transport properties in cuprates


February 21 Thursday 3 pm

Yuri Pashkin, Lancaster University, UK

Cooling electrons in nanoelectronic devices


February 20 Wednesday 3 pm

Alireza Habibi, Sharif University of Technology, Iran  

Resilience of Majorana fermions in the boundary of 1D topological superconductor in presence of disorder


February 19 Tuesday 5 pm

Foroud Bemani, University of Isfahan, Iran  

Quantum correlations in optomechanical crystals


February 13 Wednesday 3 pm

Aritra Kundu, ICTS, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India  

Anomalous heat transport in the one-dimensional classical systems


February 12 Tuesday 4 pm

Tirthaprasad Chattaraj, University of British Columbia, Canada  

Correlations in dynamics and localization of two interacting particles in lattices


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

February 11 Monday 1.30 pm

Jun Cao, Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS, China

JUNO: a 20-kton multi-purpose underground observatory

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)


February 7 Thursday 3 pm

Juzar Thingna, PCS IBS  

Collective machines


January 22 Tuesday 4 pm

Mikko Möttönen, Aalto University, Finland

Controllable dissipators for quantum electric circuits


January 16 Wednesday 3 pm

Michael Fraser, RIKEN CEMS & Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan

Engineering topological states of polaritons with non-Hermitian potentials


IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

January 10 Thursday 1.30 pm

Tsuyoshi Nakaya, Kyoto University, Japan

The new results of neutrino oscillations from the T2K experiment

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)


January 9 Wednesday 3 pm

Andrey Moskalenko, University of Konstanz, Germany

Time-domain approach to ultrafast quantum optics


January 7 Monday 11 am

Byungmin Kang, KIAS, Korea

Many-body invariance of multipoles in higher-order topological insulators  

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)


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