Talks and Colloquia



IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

November 25 Wednesday

Ora Entin-Wohlman, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Geometric phases and spin transport of electrons

September 8 Tuesday 3 pm

Alexander Chudnovskiy, University of Hamburg, Germany

Superconductivity and Josephson effect in junctions of SYK quantum dots

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

March 31 Tuesday 5 pm

Francesco Petruccione, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


March 26 Thursday 3 pm

Hosung Seo, Ajou University, Korea


February 27 Thursday 3 pm

Carlo Danieli, MPI–PKS, Germany

Caging quantum interacting particles in dispersionless lattices

February 25 Tuesday 3 pm

Sang-Jun Choi, University of Würzburg, Germany

Spectroscopic studies of atomic defects and bandage renormalization in semiconducting monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides

January 22 Wednesday 3 pm

Youngkuk Kim, IBS CINAP & Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Higher-order topological insulator phase in twisted bilayer graphene (2)

January 21 Tuesday 4 pm

Jae-Ho Han, MPPC–CPM, MPK, Korea

Quantum criticality near the Mott transition from a spin liquid to a Fermi liquid in two dimensions

January 20 Monday 3 pm

SangEun Han, KAIST, Korea

Emergence of supersymmetry from spin-lattice coupling: Lattice vibration as a knob for novel quantum criticality

January 16 Thursday 3 pm

Youngkuk Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Higher-order topological insulator phase in twisted bilayer graphene

January 9 Thursday 3 pm

Junhyeok Bang, Chungbuk National University, Korea

First-principles studies on ultrafast carrier dynamics in materials

January 6 Monday 3 pm

Kyoung-Min Kim, POSTECH, Korea

A renormalization group approach with dimensional regularization to the scaling properties of the Ising nematic quantum criticality

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