The 10th APCTP-IACS-KIAS Joint Conference on Emergent Phenomena in Novel Oxide Materials and Low Dimensional Systems


Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel 


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Novel and emergent materials have attracted significant interest in condensed matter research because of their wide-ranging physical properties that are not only important for basic research but also for various applications. The primary purpose of this conference is to present and discuss cutting-edge theoretical and experimental work on novel and emergent materials that will include transition metal oxides, topological insulators, novel superconductors, and two-dimensional materials. The primary purpose of the present meeting is to discuss recent progress in these novel materials and to promote the exchange of ideas and the collaboration between Indian and Korean research communities. 



Topological insulators

Transition metal oxides

Novel superconductors

Two-dimensional materials

Multiferroic materials


Invited Speakers

Ahn, Joung-Real (Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon)

Bang, Yunkyu (APCTP, Pohang)

Cheong, Hyeonsik (Sogang University, Seoul)

Dasgupta, Indra (IACS, Kolkata)

Doh, Yong-Joo (GIST, Gwangju)

Ghosh, Arindam (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)

Hwang, Kyusung (KIAS, Seoul)

Jain, Manish (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)

Kim, Kee Hoon (Seoul National University, Seoul)

Kim, Keunsu (Yonsei University, Seoul)

Mahajan, Avinash Vithal (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay)

Park, Je-Geun (Seoul National University, Seoul)

Park, Kwon (KIAS, Seoul)

Ray, Sugata (IACS, Kolkata)

Sarma, Dipankar Das (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)

Sengupta, Krishnendu (IACS, Kolkata)

Yu, Jaejun (Seoul National University, Seoul)



Yunkyu Bang, APCTP (Advisory Committee)

Indra Dasgupta, IACS (Co-chair)

Dipankar Das Sarma, IISc (Advisory Committee)

Kwon Park, KIAS (Chair)

Jaejun Yu, Seoul National University (Co-chair)



APCTP (Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics)
IACS (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science)
KIAS (Korea Institute for Advanced Study)