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  • 작성자 사진Academic Support Team

International Symposium on Recent Progress in Superconductivity

· Date: August 18(Tue.)~19(Wed.), 2020

· Place: Online (ZOOM)

· Website:

· Scope

: The international symposium on recent progress in superconductivity will provide an exciting opportunity to discuss recent progress on superconducting materials and mechanism in Korea. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, this workshop will be held online, mostly with invited talks of Korean speakers. This workshop will be a joint workshop of the annual meeting of the Korea superconductivity society.

Major topics that will be treated in the symposium will include, but not limited to

- New superconducting materials

- Cu/Fe-based high-Tc superconductivity

- Heavy fermions superconductivity (quantum critical superconductivity)

- Superconductivity in low-dimensional compounds

- Topological superconductivity

- Recent progress in theory on superconductivity.

· Invited Speakers: Kee Hoon Kim (Seoul National University)

Jun-Hyung Cho (Hanyang University)

Jee Hoon Kim (POSTECH)

Gil-Ho Lee (POSTECH)

Jungpil Seo (DGIST)

Seung Ho Baek (Changwon National University)

Bohm-Jung Yang (Seoul National University)

Jae Hoon Kim (Yonsei University)

Doo Hee Cho (Yonsei University)

Jungseek Hwang (Sungkyunkwan University)

Eun Gook Moon (KAIST)

‪ Seung Ryong Park (Inchon National University)

Ji Hoon Shim (POSTECH)

Younjung Jo (Kyungpook National University)

Sooran Kim (Kyungpook National University)

Jin Mo Bok (Sungkyunkwan University)

Sunghun Kim (KAIST)

Dongjoon Song (IBS)

Han-Oh Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)

Kyung Whan Jin (IBS)

Duck Young Kim (HPSTAR, China)

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