|Title||Asia-Pacific Conference on Condensed Matter Physics 2021 (AC2MP2021)|
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|Date||2021-12-01~2021-12-03 (Registerable Date : ~ 2021-11-30)|
|Program||AAPPS Division Activities|
S. M. Yusuf (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)
K.-Y. Choi (Sungkyunkwan Univ.)
Y.-P. Chiu (National Taiwan Univ)
L. Lu (The Institute of Physics, CAS)
V. Nanal (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)
T. Sakai (Univ. of Hyogo)
F.-C. Chuang (National Sun Yat-Sen Univ.)
H.-H. Wen (Nanjing Univ)
H. Nojiri (Tohoku Univ.)
J.-G. Park (Seoul National Univ.)
Asia-Pacific Conference on Condensed Matter Physics 2021 (Dec. 1-3, 2021) and Asia-Pacific Condensed Matter Physics Week
It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend the Asia-Pacific Conference on Condensed Matter Physics Conference 2021 (AC2MP2021) and the Asia-Pacific Condensed Matter Physics Week (ACMP WEEK), which will be organized by the Division of Condensed Matter Physics (DCMP) founded on January 1st, 2021 by members from five associations of physics working in the Association of Asia-Pacific Physical Societies (AAPPS). The DCMP aims at the systematic and continuous exchanges to further develop condensed matter physics in the Asia-Pacific region. The condensed matter physics is one of the major parts of physics that covers a wide range of disciplines. It is constantly developing with strong interactions with various scientific areas and contributes to the expansion of human knowledge and the developments of society.
The AC2MP2021 is the international conference to summarize the current status and future prospects in condensed matter physics and the related communities. It is also the first annual meeting of the DCMP, where the summary of the activities will be reported for the expansion of the international collaborations. The format of the conference will be online, possibly with a few local venues.
The APCMP WEEK will be organized between November and December, in which various activities of condensed matter physics will be involved, such as a workshop, seminar, discussion meeting, public event, etc., including local activities in each association of AAPPS.
The DCMP wishes that AC2MP2021 and APCMP WEEK will activate the international exchange and the collaborations in the condensed matter physics. On behalf of the organizers, I am pleased to invite you to join these activities.
The Chairperson of DCMP
Prof. Je-Geun Park
Seoul National University
|Specialty of Conference||
1. Tutorial lectures on current topics
2. Keynote talks by the leading scientists
3. Session dedicated for young invited speakers
4. Combination of short oral talks and interactive discussions
5. Free participation fee
|Topics of Conference||
A: Strongly Correlated Electron Systems, Superconductivity, Quantum Materials
B: Topological Materials and Physics, 2D Materials, Semiconductors
C: Spintronics, Device Physics, Functional Materials
D: Magnetic and Ferroelectric Materials
E: X-ray and Neutron, Muon for Condensed Matter Physics
F: Extreme condition, High Pressure Physics, High Magnetic Fields, Ultra-low temperature
G: Optical Physics, Laser Spectroscopy
H: Molecular Materials, Soft-matter, Complex System, Biomaterial
I: Quantum Information
J: Computational and Theoretical Physics
|Organizer||The division of condensed matter physics in AAPPS|
October 16th, Submission of presentation closed (Extended)
October 30th, Speaker Decisions
October 30th, Submission of Poster presentation closed
November 8th, Final program
H. Nojiri (Tohoku Univ.)
D. Feng (Univ. of Science and Technology of China)
A. V. Gopal (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)
Y. J. Kao (National Taiwan Univ.)
T.-H. Kim (POSTECH)
C.-W. Luo (National Yang-Ming Chiao-Tung Univ.)
Y. Matsuda (Univ. Tokyo)
S. Narasimhan (Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research)
C.-H. Yang (KAIST)
S. Zhou (Tsinghua University)
|Local Organizing Committee||
Secretary: K.-Y. Choi (Sungkyunkwan Univ.), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: T.-H. Kim (POSTECH)
Online conference: C.-H. Yang (KAIST)
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|Abstract template - File #1||AC2MP2021_abstract_template.docx|
|2nd Circular||Please find more details in the 2nd Circular below.|
|2nd Circular - File #1||SecondCircularAC2MP2021V1.pdf|
Manish Jain: "GW Calculations"
Eun-Guk Moon: "Quantum spin liquid"
Masao Ogata: "Dirac electrons in solids"
Xiangang Wan: "Dictionary of topological materials, computational physics"
Arindam Ghosh: "Thermoelectricity of correlation states in twisted bilayer graphene"
Hiroaki Kusunose: "Cross-correlated phenomena viewed from electronic multipoles"
Yuanbo Zhang: "2D magnetic, topological and superconducting materials"
Hyeonsik Cheong: "Optical Spectroscopy of Antiferromagnetic 2-Dimensional van der Waals Materials"
Li-Chyong Chen: "Atomically-designed and surface probing of selective two-dimensional nanomaterials as photo-catalysts for CO2 reduction to solar fuels"
Umesh Waghmare: "Ferroelectricity at Ultimately Small Length Scales"
Guang-Yu Guo: "Bulk photovoltaic effect in 2D semiconductors and 3D topological semimetals"
Hyunwoo Lee: "Orbital Hall effect and orbital dynamics"
Ryo Shimano: "Ultrafast control of symmetry broken states in solids by terahertz pulse"
Bohm Jung Yang: "Topology of acoustic phonons and anomalous thermal responses"
Tse-Ming Chen: "Strain engineering of 2D materials"
Keun Su Kim: "Pseudogap in a crystalline insulator doped by disordered metals"
Rie Umetsu: "Electronic structures of Heusler alloys as functional magnetic material"
Huiqian Luo: "Neutron study of CMP"
Aditi Sen De: "Quantum Thermal Machines"
Yueh-Nan Chen: "Benchmarking quantum state transfer in the cloud"
Suvankar Chakraverty: "Unique Magnetotransport in KTaO3 based conducting devices"
Sungjae Cho: "Low-voltage transistors and diodes; Extending the road beyond CMOS"
Pabitra Naik: "Organic Semiconductors
Takeshi Kondo Observation of small Fermi pockets in high-Tc cuprates"
Ming-Wen Chu: "Seeing Charge Density Waves at the Atomic Scale by Cryogenic Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy"
Yanwu Xie: "Oxide device and interface, interfacial superconductivity"
Wentao Zhang: "Ultrafast laser ARPES on CDW etc."
Hideaki Sakai: "Spin-valley coupling and quantum transport phenomena in polar magnetic Dirac materials"
|Invited Speakers for Session dedicated for Young Researchers||
Sudipta Dubey: "2D Materials"
Jieun Lee: "Optical imaging of spin orientations in 2D materials"
Sutapa Roy: "Light-activated Janus colloids suspended in a solvent"
Chia-Lung Hsieh: "Nanoscale organization and dynamics of biological membranes revealed by high-speed interferometric scattering microscopy"
Toshihiro Nomura: "Quest for a magnetic-field-induced liquid-liquid transition of oxygen by ultrasound measurements in mega-gauss region"
Xi Lin: "Ultra low temperature and high magnetic field study"
Minsoo Kim: "Electron quantum transport in twisted multi-layers of graphene"
Ming-Hao Liu: "Quantum Electronic Transport in Graphene Superlattice Systems"
Jong Mok Ok: "Correlated Oxide Dirac Semimetal in the Extreme Quantum Limit"
Vidya Praveen Bhallamudi: "NV Centers in Nanodiamonds"
Wanjun Jiang: "Skyrmion"
Rina Takagi: "Square and rhombic lattice of magnetic skyrmions in a centrosymmetric itinerant magnet"
Ssu-Yen Huang: "Manipulation of pure spin current in 3D magnets"
Tao Wu: "NMR studies on various superconductors and CDW systems"
Nayuta Takemori: "Theoretical investigation on superconducting quasicrystals"