IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

November 25 Wednesday

Ora Entin-Wohlman, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Geometric phases and spin transport of electrons

September 22 Tuesday 3 pm

Marko Ćosić, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Application of catastrophe theory in the quantum mechanics

September 8 Tuesday 3 pm

Alexander Chudnovskiy, University of Hamburg, Germany

Superconductivity and Josephson effect in junctions of SYK quantum dots

August 4 Tuesday 3 pm

Yoshihito Kuno, University of Tsukuba, Japan

An example of flat-band many body localization

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 28 Tuesday 4 pm

Sergei Koniakhin, Institut Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Complex behavior of topological defects in polariton quantum fluids

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 21 Tuesday 4 pm

Eckehard Schöll, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Partial synchronization patterns in brain networks - interplay of dynamics, delay, and network topology

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 16 Thursday 3 pm

Hosung Seo, Ajou University, Korea

First-principles theory of quantum defects in wide-gap semiconductors for solid-state quantum technologies

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 9 Thursday 5 pm

Mikhail Fistul, RU Bochum, Germany

Restricted Boltzmann Machines (RBM) methods for a study of novel quantum phases and quantum phase transitions in complex qubits networks

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 7 Tuesday 5 pm

Tomi Ohtsuki, Sophia University, Japan

Drawing phase diagrams of random quantum systems by deep learning the wave functions

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 2 Thursday 5 pm

David Saad, Aston University, UK

Machine learning beyond the hype – principled methods for understanding physics

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

July 2 Thursday 11 am

Dominik Šafránek, University of California Santa Cruz, USA

Short Introduction to Observational entropy

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

June 30 Tuesday 5 pm

David Saad, Aston University, UK

Machine learning - potential, hype and risks

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

June 23 Tuesday 2 pm

PCS 5 Years Review Final Rehearsal

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

June 18 Thursday 4 pm

Meng Sun, PCS IBS (PhD thesis Defense)

Exciton-Polaritons in Artificial Lattices and Electron transport in Bose-Fermi Hybrid Systems

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

June 16 Tuesday 4 pm

Sergej Demokritov, University of Münster, Germany

Spatio-temporal dynamics of magnon BEC at room temperature

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

June 9 Tuesday 3 pm

Andrey Kolovsky, Kirensky Institute of Physics, SB RAS, Russia

Stationary current of bosonic carriers across the flux rhombic lattice

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

June 2 Tuesday 3 pm

Clemens Gneiting, RIKEN, Japan

Eigenstate extraction with neural-network tomography

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

May 26 Tuesday 4 pm

Antonello Scardiccio, ICTP, Italy

Diffusion, subdiffusion, critical point and localization in a disordered spin chain

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

May 19 Tuesday 3 pm

Sai Vinjanampathy, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

Quantum synchronization in nanoscale heat engines

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

May 12 Tuesday 4 pm

Janos Asboth, Wigner Research Centre for Physics, HAS, Hungary

Anomalous levitation and annihilation in Floquet topological insulators

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

May 7 Thursday 3 pm

Mikhail Glazov, Ioffe Institute, Russia

Valley Hall effect caused by the phonon and photon drag

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

April 28 Tuesday 3 pm

Joachim Brand, Massey University, New Zealand

Strong quantum correlations of a cold atomic gas in experiment and theory

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

April 23 Thursday 3 pm

Daniel Leykam, PCS IBS

Non-Hermitian surface waves in electromagnetism and beyond

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

April 16 Thursday 3 pm

Ivan Savenko, PCS IBS

Bogolon-pair-mediated superconductivity

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

April 9 Thursday 3 pm

Sergej Flach, PCS IBS

The wonderful world of flat bands

Location: PCS video conference (further details: pcs@ibs.re.kr)

February 27 Thursday 3 pm

Carlo Danieli, MPI–PKS, Germany

Caging quantum interacting particles in dispersionless lattices

February 26 Wednesday 3 pm

Changhoon Heo, Imec Leuven, Belgium

Topological solitons in chiral magnets

February 25 Tuesday 3 pm

Sang-Jun Choi, University of Würzburg, Germany

dc Shapiro steps in quantum spin Hall systems with Majorana qubit

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, IBS CINAP & 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


December 12 Thursday 3 pm

Chang-Jong Kang, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA

Computational material designs: current challenges and future directions

December 3 Tuesday 4 pm

Rahul Marathe, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Stochastic work extraction in active particles heat engines

December 2 Monday 5 pm

Subhrajit Modak, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India

Non-Hermitian systems and perspective

November 22 Friday 3.30 pm

Wulayimu Maimaiti, PCS IBS

Flatband generators 

November 19 Tuesday 4 pm

Alexander Schnell, MPI-PKS, Germany

Is there a Floquet Lindbladian?

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

November 15 Friday 4 pm

Sang-Jin Sin, Hanyang University, Korea

The Gravity and Quantum Matters

Location: conference room B109 (1st floor)

November 14 Thursday 3 pm

Byungmin Kang, KIAS, Korea

Many-body invariants for topological insulators: multipole, Chern, and hinge states

November 5 Tuesday 4 pm

Kyoung-Min Kim, POSTECH, Korea

Unusual magnetotransport in EuMnBi2 due to the interplay between spin-orbit coupling and magnetic structure

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)


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


December 20 Wednesday 6 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Moti Segev, Technion, Israel

Topological Photonics and Topological Insulator Lasers

December 20 Wednesday 2 pm

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Byungnam Kahng, Seoul National University, Korea

Scaling theory for unipolar resistance switching    

December 20 Wednesday 11.30 am

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Yunkyu Bang, Chonnam National University, Korea

Dynamical tuning of pairing cutoff: Pairing mechanism of the FeSe-monolayer and related systems

December 20 Wednesday 10 am

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Boris Altshuler, Columbia University, USA

Many-body localization of a quantum computer

December 12 Tuesday 3.30 pm

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Jan-Michael Rost, MPI—PKS, Germany

Photo electron cutoff in dense media

December 12 Tuesday 2 pm

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

David Campbell, Boston University, USA

Fold, staple, and mutilate: kirigami for 2D electronic materials

December 12 Tuesday 11.30 am

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Naoto Nagaosa, RIKEN CEMS, Japan

Nonreciprocal responses in solids

December 12 Tuesday 10 am

2nd PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Antonio Politi, University of Aberdeen, UK

Coupled transport in chains of nonlinear oscillators

December 8 Friday 3 pm

Ittipon Fongkaew, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand    

Identification materials by combination of first principle calculations with experiment

December 7 Thursday 3 pm

Sirichok Jungthawan, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand    

Quartic anharmonicity and negative thermal expansion of ScF

December 6 Wednesday 3 pm

Barbara Dietz, Lanzhou University, China    

Experiments with superconducting microwave resonators emulating artificial graphene

December 4 Monday 3 pm

Apostolos Apostolakis, Loughborough University, UK    

High-frequency electron transport in a miniband superlattice under phonon driving

November 29 Wednesday 3 pm

Mikhail Kiselev, ICTP, Italy

Thermoelectric transport through SU(N) Kondo impurity

November 23 Thursday 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Chunglee Kim, KASI, Korea

Exploring the Universe via Gravitational waves in the era of multi-messenger astronomy

Location: IBS CTPU, Faculty Wing (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

November 16 Thursday 3 pm

Vladislav Popkov, University of Bonn, Germany    

Dissipative generation of nonequilibrium quantum steady states with reduced rank

November 15 Wednesday 3 pm

Byungnam Kahng, Seoul National University, Korea    

Hybrid percolation transitions: criticality and explosion

November 14 Tuesday 4 pm

Marco Ornigotti, University of Rostock, Germany

Classical and quantum X waves orbital angular momentum

October 30 Monday 3 pm

Taegeun Song, POSTECH, Korea   

Biophysical modeling for glucose homeostasis: environment-dependent synchronization of active rotators

October 24 Tuesday 3.15 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Igor Lesanovsky, University of Nottingham, UK  

Non-equilibrium spin systems – from quantum soft-matter to nuclear magnetic resonance  

October 20 Friday 3 pm

Jan Goetz, Aalto University, Finland   

Noise-enhanced quantum control

October 19 Thursday 3 pm

Bongju Kim, IBS–CCES & Seoul National University, Korea   

Dimensional study and ionic molecule device on ultra-thin manganite film

October 18 Wednesday 3 pm

Nicolás Lorente, Materials Physics Center, Donostia Int’l Physics Center, Spain    

The spintronics of adsorbates

October 13 Friday 11:50 am - 12:10 pm

Jungyun Han, Seoul National University, Korea  

Decoherence due to gravity: Open quantum system approaches

October 12 Thursday 4 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Hyeon K. Park, UNIST, Korea  

Korean fusion energy development program and role of the KSTAR

Location: KAIST Munji Campus, Lecture Wing, L104 (1st floor)

September 26 Tuesday 4 pm

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

Some aspects of superfluidity in the one-dimensional Bose gas

September 14 Thursday 3 pm

Fedor Kusmartsev, Loughborough University, UK

Superconducting pairing in 2-chain Luttinger liquid

September 7 Thursday 3 pm

Alexander Chudnovskiy, University of Hamburg, Germany

Exotic quantum phases and their control in spinor Bose condensates

September 5 Tuesday 4 pm

Victor Kagalovsky, Shamoon College of Engineering, Israel

Metal-insulator transition in sliding Luttinger liquid

September 5 Tuesday 11.30 am

Yutaro Goto, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

Magnetic order control through an optical vortex radiation

September 5 Tuesday 10.30 am

Nobuhiko Yokoshi, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

Excitation processes by nano-structured light fields

August 29 Tuesday 4 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Alexander Szameit, University of Rostock, Germany

Topological Photonics

August 23 Wednesday 3 pm

Dario Poletti, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore

Interplay of dissipation and interaction in quantum many body systems: perfect spin diode and instability transitions

August 22 Tuesday 4 pm

Igor Yusipov, N.I. Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Control of localization in open systems

August 17 Thursday 3 pm

Haris Skokos, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Chaotic behavior of disordered nonlinear systems

August 1 Tuesday 4 pm

Vadim Kovalev, A.V.Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics, RAS SB, Russia

Damping of Two-Level System Rabi Oscillation Due to Interaction with Excitonic Bath

July 28 Friday 3 pm

Andrey Miroshnichenko, Australian National University, Australia

Observation of anapole with dielectric nanoparticles

July 13 Thursday 3 pm

Junhyun Lee, University of Maryland, USA

Chiral anomaly in disordered Weyl semimetals

June 30 Friday 3 pm

Karen Halberg, Centro Atomico Bariloche and Instituto Balseiro, Argentina

Electronic properties in correlated materials: State-of-the-art calculations exploiting quantum information

June 13 Tuesday 4 pm

Hyun-Jung Lee, POSTECH, Korea

Quantum Coulomb Glass: Anderson localization in an interacting system

June 1 Thursday 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Yunchul Kim, KIAS and Studio Locus Solus, Korea

Mattereality in collaboration of Art and Science

Location: IBS CTPU, Faculty Wing (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

May 31 Wednesday 3 pm

Youngkuk Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Topological Dirac insulator

May 24 Wednesday 4 pm

Alireza Akbari, ATCTP, Korea

Mixed-pairing superconductivity in 5d Mott insulators with antisymmetric exchange

May 24 Wednesday 3 pm

Peter Fulde, MPIPKS, Germany

Wave functions for large electron numbers

April 27 Thursday 3 pm

Victor Fleurov, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Analogue gravity by an optical vortex. Resonance enhancement of Hawking radiation

April 26 Wednesday 3 pm

Sang-Jun Choi, KAIST, Korea

Tunable periodicity of Josephson junction by non-Abelian exchange statistics of Majorana zero modes

April 25 Tuesday 4 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Lorenz Cederbaum, University of Heidelberg, Germany

On systems with and without excess energy in environment - ICD and other interatomic mechanisms

April 18 Tuesday 4 pm

Igor Yurkevich, Aston University, UK

Dualities in multichannel Luttinger liquids

April 18 Tuesday 11 am

Jun Won Rhim, MPIPKS, Germany

Bulk-boundary correspondence from the intercellular Zak phase

April 17 Monday 3 pm

Sang-Jun Choi, KAIST, Korea

Geometric phase at graphene edges - scattering phase shift of Dirac fermions

April 13 Thursday 3 pm

Hunpyo Lee, Kangwon National University, Korea

Efficient impurity solver for large cluster-extension dynamical mean field theory calculations

April 11 Tuesday 4 pm

Andrey Kolovsky, L.V. Kirensky Institute of Physics, RAS SB, Russia

Wannier-Stark states, Bloch oscillations and related transport problems for a quantum particle in tilted lattices

April 6 Thursday 4 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon                             

Youngjoon Kwon, Yonsei University, Korea

For whom the Belle tolls

Location: CAPP/IBS, Creation Hall (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

April 4 Tuesday 4 pm

Chae-Yeun Park, Seoul National University, Korea

Macroscopic quantum superpositions in thermalizing and many-body localized systems

March 23 Thursday 3 pm

Choong Hyun Kim, IBS-CCES, Seoul National University, Korea

First-principles approach to correlated systems: LDA and beyond LDA

March 21 Tuesday 4 pm

Robert Shekhter, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Mechanically Controlled Electronic Spin in Electric Weak Links

March 16 Thursday 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Kyoungsik Kim, Yonsei University, Korea

Applications of Metamaterials: Cloaking, Photonics, and Energy Harvesting

Location: IBS CTPU, Faculty Wing (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

March 7 Tuesday 4 pm

Aleksandra Maluckov, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia

Towards the extreme events predictability

March 2 Thursday 3 pm

Hyeong Jun Lee, Seoul National University, Korea

One-dimensional $S=1$ Quantum Spin Systems under Frustration and Anisotropy

February 16 Thursday 3 pm

Alexander Schnell, MPIPKS,Germany

Non-equilibrium condensation of weakly interacting bosons in the presence of thermal baths: temperature-dependent dissipation

February 7 Tuesday 4 pm

Thomas Engl, New Zealand Institute for Advanced Studies, New Zealand

A percolation approach to Two-Particle Localization in the Bose-Hubbard Model

February 6 Monday 4 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Yoshitaka Kuno, Osaka University, Japan

Search for Muon to Electron Conversion at J-PARC – the COMET Experiment

Location: CAPP/IBS, Creation Hall (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

January 24 Tuesday 4 pm

Mikhail Fistul, PCS IBS, Korea

Radiation-induced coherent quantum phenomena in the ballistic transport of graphene based n-p and n-p-n junctions

January 18 Wednesday 2 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Giorgio Gratta, Stanford University, USA

The hunt for double-beta decay and nEXO

Location: IBS CTPU, Faculty Wing (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

January 11 Wednesday 3 pm

Byungmin Kang, University of California, USA

Dynamical Confinement-Deconfinement Transitions in Many-body Localized Topological Phases

January 10 Tuesday 4 pm

Danko Radić, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Synthetic field-induced charge density waves

January 5 Thursday 3 pm

Ludovic Jaubert, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

When spin liquids order... but just a bit


December 23 Friday 10 am

Gil Young Cho, KAIST, Korea

Novel Quantum Criticality in Two Dimensional Topological Phase transitions

December 12 Monday 5 pm

1st PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Larry Schulman, Clarkson University, USA

Physical Ergodicity: A Faith-Based Myth

December 12 Monday 3.30 pm

1st PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Paul Pearce, University of Melbourne, Australia

Yang-Baxter Solution of Periodic Dimers as a Free-Fermion Six-Vertex Model

December 12 Monday 2.30 pm

1st PCS Symposium: Physics of Complex Systems

Boris Altshuler, Columbia University, USA

Ergodic and non-ergodic and localized phases and phase transitions of Anderson model on Bethe lattice

December 7 Wednesday 3 pm

Vladislav Popkov, University of Bonn, Germany

Matrix Product Ansatz for nonequilibrium steady states

December 6 Tue 4 pm

Ali G. Z. Moghaddam, Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Iran

Inducing superconductivity in two dimensional materials

December 5 Mon 3 pm

Lawrence Schulman, Clarkson University, USA

Testing Quantum Determinism

November 29 Tue 4 pm

Vladislav Popkov, University of Bonn, Germany

Fibonacci universality classes in driven systems with conversation laws

November 24 Thu 3 pm

SungBin Lee, KAIST, Korea

Kondo insulators and their phase transitions in nonsymmorphic crystals

November 24 Thu 11 am

Heung-Sik Kim, University of Toronto, Canada

Towards realizing quantum spin liquid phases in 2D and 3D honeycomb lattices; insights from a density-functional theory approach

November 23 Wed 3 pm

Wonkeun Chang, Australian National University, Austrailia

Solitons and Dissipative Solitons for Extreme Light Sources

November 22 Tue 4 pm

Mikhail Fistul, National University of Science and Technology MISiS, Russia

Electrodynamics of superconducting quantum metamaterials: quantum synchronization

November 22 Tue 11 am

Peter Fulde, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Germany

The role of spin-orbit interaction in superconductivity

November 15 Tue 4 pm

Kristian Hauser A. Villegas, University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines

Quantum many-body systems from condensed matter to QCD

November 10 Thu 3 pm

IBS Physics Colloquium @ Daejeon

Kang Young Lee, Gyeongsang National University, Korea

SHiP - Search for Hidden Particles

Location: IBS CTPU, Faculty Wing (3rd floor), KAIST Munji Campus

November 10 Thu 11 am

Biplab Pal, University of Kalyani, India

Spin dependent transport in simple model magnetic chains

November 9 Wed 3 pm

Diana Thongjaomayum, North-Eastern Hill University, India

Statistical Mechanics of Avalanches

November 8 Tue 4 pm

Beom Hyun Kim, RIKEN, Japan

Electronic, excitation, and topological properties in a t_{2g}^5 system with a honeycomb lattice

October 20 Thu 3 pm

M. Abdul Wasay, University of Agriculture, Pakistan

An extended DNLS model as a wave diode

October 19 Wed 3 pm

Mikko Möttönen, Aalto University, Finland

Recent progress at Quantum Computing and Devices Laboratories

October 11 Tue 4pm

Denis Karpov, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Theoretical description of bias-controlled polariton devices

September 29 Thu 3 pm

Rajesh Narayanan, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India

The multifaceted role of quenched disorder in condensed matter systems

September 27 Tue 4 pm

Marcelo Ciappina, ELI-Beamlines, Czech Republic

Attosecond Physics gets Nano

September 20 Tue 4 pm

Alexander Cherny, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia

The structure of deterministic mass, surface and multi-phase fractals from small-angle scattering data

August 24 Wed 3 pm

Sukjin Yoon, KIAS, Korea

Pairing Dynamics of quenched Superfluid Fermi gases

August 12 Fri 11 am

Juergen Schreiber, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems, Germany

New Approach to Material and Tissue Aging

August 8 Mon 3 pm

Pan-Jun Kim, APCTP, Korea

Large-scale approach to complex biological systems

August 4 Thu 3 pm

Vadim Kovalev, Institute of Semiconductor Physics, RAS, Russia

Acousto-exitonic effects in 2D dipolar exciton gas

August 3 Wed 3 pm

Lauri Toikka, Massey University, New Zealand

Solitonic vortex in a compressible superfluid

August 2 Tue 4 pm

Rodrigo Vicencio, University of Chile, Chile

Flat band and dipolar discrete optics

June 20 Mon 11 am

Guangyao Li, Australian National University, Canberra

Nonlinear dynamics of exciton-polariton open-dissipative quantum fluid

June 17 Fri 3 pm

Thomas Engl, Massey University, New Zealand

Universal Many-Body Interference beyond Mean-Field Theory in Fock Space

June 17 Fri 11 am

Eun-Gook Moon, KAIST, South Korea

Topological Phase Transitions in Line-nodal Superconductors

June 16 Thu 3 pm

Wei-Min Wang, University of Paris-Sud, France

Time quasi-periodic solutions to the nonlinear Klein-Gordon equations on higher dimensional torus

June 15 Wed 3 pm

Sergey Denisov, Augsburg University, Germany

Metastable (or quasi-stationary) states of open quantum systems

June 14 Tue 4 pm

Emil Yuzbashyan, Rutgers University, USA

Far from equilibrium phases of superfluid matter

June 13 Mon 3 pm

Shmuel Fishman, Technion, Israel

Statistical Description of Dynamical Systems in Mixed Phase Space: Chaotic and Regular

June 10 Fri 3 pm

Ramaz Khomeriki, Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Fractional lattice charge transport

09 June 2016 3pm

Lev Ioffe, Rutgers University, USA

Non-ergodic phases in strongly disordered random regular graphs

08 June 2016 3pm

Antonio Politi, University of Aberdeen, UK

Coupled Transport in One-dimensional Systems

07 June 2016 4pm

Lara Faoro, LPTHE CNRS, France

Out-of-time-order-correlators in solid state physics

02 June 2016 3pm

Jongbae Hong, Seoul National University and PCS IBS

Reconciling Tunneling Spectroscopy and Photoemission Spectroscopy in Cuprate and Pnictide Superconductors

31 May 2016 4pm

Boris Altshuler, Columbia University, USA

Between Localization and Ergodicity in Quantum Systems

26 May 2016 3pm

Vladimir Yudson,  ISAN RAS and RQC, Russia

Spin impurities in topological insulators

24 May 2016 4pm

Gil Young Cho, KAIST, South Korea

Quantum Anomaly, Lieb-Schultz-Mattis Theorem, and Symmetry-Protected Topological Phases

23 May 2016 3pm

Yuri Rubo, UNAM, Mexico

Spin bifurcations in exciton-polariton condensates

19 May 2016 3pm

Heung-Sun Sim, KAIST, South Korea

Entanglement in condensed matter: Towards finite temperature

18 May 2016 3pm

Vladimir Kravtsov,  ICTP, Italy

Ergodic transitions in hierarchical and many-body systems

17 May 2016 4pm

Rosario Fazio, ICTP, Italy

Energy transport between two integrable spin chains

16 May 2016 3pm

Utkarsh Mishra, APCTP, Korea

Dynamics of quantum correlations in many-body systems

12 May 2016 3pm

Mithun Thudiyangal, Pondicherry University, India

Effects of disorder on vortex dynamics in Bose-Einstein Condensates

11 May 2016 3pm

Ki-Seok Kim, POSTECH, South Korea

Two-parameter scaling theory of the longitudinal magneto conductivity in a Weyl metal phase: Chiral anomaly, weak disorder, and finite temperature

10 May 2016 4pm

Natasha Kirova, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, CNRS & University Paris-sud, France

Electronic correlations and excitons in optically active polymers

09 May 2016 3pm

Natasha Kirova, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, CNRS & University Paris-sud, France

Modeling of nonlinear and non-stationary multi vortex behavior of CDW in restricted geometries of mesa junctions

04 May 2016 3pm

Bakhodir Abdullaev, National University of Uzbekistan

Observed hidden magnetic order as pseudogap and superconductivity pairs and set of underdone metal insulator-crossover phenomena as keystone of physics of cuprates

04 May 2016 11am

Serguei Brazovskii, LPTMS, CNRS and University Paris-Sud, France

Dynamical phase transitions in electronic systems induced by ultra-fast optical pumping

03 May 2016 11am

Serguei Brazovskii, LPTMS, CNRS and University Paris-Sud, France

Solitons in correlated electronic systems: at one dimension and beyond

02 May 2016 3pm

Serguei Brazovskii, LPTMS, CNRS and University Paris-Sud, France

Low dimensional electronic systems: firework of symmetry broken ground states and their collective effects

29 April 2016 11am

Eugene Kogan, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Critical Phenomena in Disordered Magnets: Lecture II

28 April 2016 3pm

Gentaro Watanabe, Zhejiang University, China

Quantum Fluctuation Theorems and Power Measurements

27 April 2016 11am

Eugene Kogan, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Critical Phenomena in Disordered Magnets: Lecture I

26 April 2016 4pm

M. Howard Lee, University of Georgia, USA

Hamilton-Jacobi trajectories of comets Kohoutek and ISON: A novel approach to celestial dynamics

26 April 2016 11am

Isao Sawada, National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College, Japan

Wave-number dependent dynamics for a harmonic oscillator

25 April 2016 3pm

Serge Aubry, CEA Saclay, France

Elementary Chemical Reaction Theory revisited: Application to Biochemistry

19 April 2016 4pm

Victor Fleurov, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Collective States in Optical Cavities

19 April 2016 11am

Hugo Flayac, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, France

Single Photons from Dissipations in Coupled Cavities

18 April 2016 3pm

Yejin Huh, University of Toronto, Canada

Long-range Coulomb interaction in nodal-ring semimetals

15 April 2016 3pm

Rolf Schilling, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany

Fluids Close to Two-dimensionality: Statics and Dynamics

14 April 2016 3pm

Matthieu Vert, Pierre-et-Marie-Curie University, France

Converting the Schelling's segregation model into Markov chains

12 April 2016 4pm

Eugene Kogan, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Phase transitions in disordered magnets

08 April 2016 3pm

Kwon Park, KIAS, Korea

Electric-field-induced nonequilibrium physics in condensed matter systems

07 April 2016 3pm

Benjamin Snow, University of Strathclyde, UK

Some Predictions Arising from a Novel Dynamic Theory for Smectic A Liquid Crystals

06 April 2016 3pm

Ara Go, Columbia University, USA

Adaptive Truncation of the Hilbert Space in the Impurity Solver for the Dynamical Mean-field Theory

23 March 2016 3pm

Farokh Mivehvar, University of Calgary, Canada

Two-Component Bose-Einstein Condensates in Ring Cavities

22 March 2016 4pm

Aki Kutvonen, Aalto University, Finland

Information Thermodynamics of Small Systems

22 March 2016 11am

Elias Amanatidis, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Local Heating and Cooling Criterion in Nanoscale Systems

21 March 2016 3pm

Konstantin Kladko, Galactic Exchange

The Promise of Big Data and Machine Learning for Physics and Chemistry

19 February 2016 3pm

Gentaro Watanabe, PCS IBS 

Fluctuation theorem and phase transitions: emergent universal scaling of nonequilibrium processes in critical systems

18 February 2016 3pm

Hyungon Ryu, NVIDIA, Korea

Introduction to Heterogeneous HPC

18 February 2016 11am

Duck Young Kim, Center for High Pressure Science & Technology Advanced Research, China

A computational approach to novel materials under pressure

17 February 2016 3pm

Giuseppe Luca Celardo, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy 

Cooperative effects in quantum transport: shielding and localization

12 February 2016 3pm

Giuseppe Luca Celardo, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy

Cooperative effects in quantum transport: Cooperative Shielding

11 February 2016 3pm

Alireza Akbari, Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics, Korea

Quasiparticle interference in heavy fermion superconductors

05 February 2016 3pm

Hani Hatami, PCS IBS

Report on diamond chain in the presence of magnetic field

02 February 2016 4pm

Pinquan Qin, PCS IBS

Two bosons system with delta-function interaction and kicked driven potential

01 February 2016 3pm

Hani Hatami, PCS IBS

Quasiperiodic driving of Anderson localized waves in one dimension

28 January 2016 3pm

Wulayimu Maimaiti, PCS IBS

Generalization of one dimensional flatband lattice models

27 January 2016 3pm

Natalia Khotkevych, PCS IBS

Application of Deep Learning Algorithm to Systems with Chaos

18 January 2016 3pm

Mahn-Soo Choi, Korea University, Korea

Relativistic and Topological Dynamics of Topological Materials


21 December 2015 2pm

Sang Wook Lee, Konkuk University, Korea

Low Dimensional Nanostructure Based NEMS: Fundamental Studies and Applications

10 December 2015 3pm

Vladimir Yurovsky, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Abandoned Symmetry

30 November 2015 4:30pm

Kang-Hun Ahn, Chungnam National University, Korea

Lecture on Deep Learning II

24 November 2015 3pm

Alexei Andreanov, PCS IBS

Lattice sphere packing: the importance of being perfect

23 November 2015 3pm

Uwe Fischer, Seoul National University, Korea

Revealing single-trap fragmented condensates as "photonic" Schrodinger cat states 

23 November 2015 11am

Jung Wan Ryu, PCS IBS

New phenomena of quantum chaos in optical microcavities

2 November 2015 4:30pm

Kang-Hun Ahn, Chungnam National University, Korea

Lecture on Deep Learning I

19 October 2015 3pm

Eduard Fedorov, Vavilov State Optical Institute, Russia

2D and 3D light bullets in carbon nanostructures: Interaction of electromagnetic pulses with an electron inhomogeneity in an array of carbon nanotubes

16 October 2015 3pm

Peter Fulde, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Germany

Wavefunctions for large electron numbers

16 October 2015 11am

Kicheon Kang, Chonnam National University, Korea

Interference of a single charged particle produced from two independent sources

13 October 2015 2pm

Masayuki Sato, Kanazawa University, Japan

Traveling Intrinsic Localized Modes in a Driven-­Damped Nonlinear Lattice

12 October 2015 2pm

Natalia Khotkevych, B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Ukraine

A closer look to scanning tunneling microscopy: beginning, flourishing and prospects

08 October 2015 2pm

David Laroze, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Localized chaotic patterns in weakly dissipative magnetic systems

07 October 2015 2pm

Ivan Savenko, Aalto University, Finland

Coherent quantum transport of exciton polaritons in mesostructures

30 September 2015 11am

Sukjin Yoon, KIAS, Korea

Quantum Quench of Cold Fermi Gases

11 September 2015 11am

Jun Won Rhim, KIAS, Korea

Cyclotron motions in exotic semi-metals

10 September 2015 2pm

Krzysztof Zegadlo, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Stabilization of solitons under competing nonlinearities by external potentials

09 September 2015 2pm

Boris Malomed, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Stable two-­dimensional semi­-vortex solitons in spin-­orbit­-coupled self-attractive Bose-­Einstein condensates in free space

08 September 2015 2pm

Eli Barkai, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Weak ergodicity breaking: from single molecules in the live cell to blinking quantum dots

07 September 2015 2pm

Tassos Bountis, University of Patras, Greece

Long Range Interactions in Physical and Biological Complex Systems

04 September 2015 2pm

Oleg Gendelman, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Transition fronts and oscillatory tails in nonlinear lattices

03 September 2015 2pm

Leila Rajabi, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Effective rate constant for nanostructured heterogeneous catalysis

20 August 2015 2pm

Javad Vahedi, Sari Branch of Islamic Azad University, Iran

Heat dissipation and its relation to molecular orbital energies in single-molecule junctions

17 August 2015 2pm

Victor Fleurov, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Analogue Hawking radiation in an Nonlinear Optical System

24 July 2015 9am - 6pm


20 July 2015 2pm

Ricardo Guimaraes Dias, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Origami rules for the construction of localized eigenstates of the Hubbard model in decorated lattices

16 July 2015 2pm

Ramaz Khomeriki, University of Tbilissi, Georgia

Quantum Band-Gap Transmission

15 July 2015 4pm 

Emil Yuzbashyan, Rutgers University, USA

Generalized Gibbs ensemble DeMystified 3

15 July 2015 2pm

Giuseppe Luca Celardo, Catholic University Brescia, Italy

Zeno dynamics and Cooperative Shielding from long range interaction in disordered models for quantum transport

14 July 2015 5:30pm 

Emil Yuzbashyan, Rutgers University, USA

Generalized Gibbs ensemble DeMystified 2

14 July 2015 4pm

Emil Yuzbashyan, Rutgers University, USA

Generalized Gibbs ensemble DeMystified 1

14 July 2015 2pm 

Antonio Politi, University of Aberdeen, UK

Coupled transport in chains of oscillators

10 July 2015 2pm

Ashok K. Das, GNU, Korea

Charged dendrimers under the action of DC and AC electric fields: Shape distortions, master curves, breathing characteristics, polarizations and ion distributions

10 July 2015 11am

Lara Faoro, LPTHE CNRS, France

Microscopic theory of flux noise and open questions

9 July 2015 4pm 

Sergey Denisov, University of Augsburg, Germany

Anomalous perturbation spreading in two-dimensional nonlinear lattices

9 July 2015 2pm

Xiaoquan Yu, University of Otago, New Zealand

Non-Gibbs phases, self-trapping and nonlinear wave spreading in disordered DNLS chains 

8 July 2015 2pm

Boris Altshuler, Columbia University, USA

Quantum Levy flights

7 July 2015 4pm 

Lev Ioffe, Rutgers University, USA

Phase diagram of one-dimensional Josephson junction chain: non-ergodicity and many body localization

7 July 2015 2pm

Igor Aleiner, Columbia University, USA

The internal structure of a vortex in a two-dimensional superfluid with long healing length

6 July 2015 2pm

Ido Kaminer, MIT, USA

Shaping the wavepackets of relativistic particles: altering their lifetime and radiation

3 July 2015 2pm

Hyun-Jung Lee, KAIST, Korea

Quadrupolar Kondo Effect in Iron-based Superconductor Sr2VO3FeAs

2 July 2015 2pm

Carlo Danieli, NZIAS Massey University, New Zealand

Aubry Andre model, Approximated and Exact Metal-Insulator Transition

1 July 2015 2pm

Joshua Bodyfelt, NZIAS Massey University, New Zealand

Anderson Localization and Quasiperiodics within Flatband Lattices

30 June 2015 2pm

Richard Berkovits, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Entanglement Properties and Quantum Phase Transitions in Many Body Disordered One Dimensional Systems

29 June 2015 2pm

Gentaro Watanabe, PCS IBS

Non-linear phenomena in superfluid Fermi gases in an optical lattice ― swallowtails and period doubling

26 June 2015 3pm

Richard Berkovits, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Tutorial on Entanglement and Density Matrix Renormalization Group methods

10 June 2015 11AM

Pinquan Qin, PCS IBS

Dynamical Anderson transition in one-dimensional periodically kicked incommensurate lattices

09 June 2015 1PM

Jongbae Hong, PCS IBS

Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium Kondo Phenomena

03 June 2015 11AM

Ajith Ramachandran, Central University of Kerala, India

Plasmon assisted optical properties of linear and nonlinear nano-systems

02 June 2015 11AM

Joonsuk Huh, Harvard University, USA

Boson Sampling for Molecular Vibronic Spectra

Talks and Colloquia


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