Basic Sciences
Building the second version of the World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map (WDMAM)
DR. CHOI, Yujin
CNRS
Yujin Choi received a PhD in Fluid Mechanics from the University of Strasbourg, France (1988) and a Computer Science from the University of Brest (1996). She is a Senior Research Engineer at CNRS, in the Marine Geoscience Team of IPGP. She has worked on a wide range of Marine Geoscience applications, from instrument design to data processing, modeling and inversion, with always a strong methodological component. Her most recent achievement is her involvement in the World Digital Anomaly Map.
Classification of Ground Subsidence Factors for Prediction of Ground Subsidence Risk (GSR)
PROF. IHM, Myeong hyeok
Daejeon University
Prof. Ihm is specialized in structural geology, engineering geology, rock mechanics and geotechnical engineering. Especially he has over 36 years of experience in structural geological field survey and geological mapping in Korea and South-East Asia. Currently, he participated in the National Research Projects of the Ground Subsidence Research Group of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Korea as a Research Director and also he has been working for Geotechnics and Environments Research Center in Korea as a President since 2000. In 2015, he published book, Understanding of Geotechnical Engineering. He earned Ph.D. in Structural Geology from Kyungpook National University.
Quantum nanophotonics with quantum dots and nanowires
PROF. AKOPIAN, Nika
Technical University of Denmark
Nika Akopian received his Ph.D. in physics in 2008 from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. He then worked as a postdoc at Delft and Eindhoven Universities of Technology in the Netherlands. He is now an Associate Professor at the Department of Photonics Engineering, Technical University of Denmark. Nika’s research interests include quantum information, quantum optics, and nanoscience.
Materials and Processing Technologies for Nanophotonics
PROF. HAMMAR, Mattias
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Prof. Mattias Hammar, received his MSc (1986) and PhD (1993) degrees from the Department of Physics, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). From 2007 he is a Professor at the Department of Electronics at KTH and during his career he has also been affiliated with the Swedish Institute of Microelectronics, IBM Research Division and Zarlink Semiconductor. He has an extensive academic and industrial experience related to optoelectronic materials and devices, he has managed or been involved in several national and international projects within the photonics area, and he is Program Director for the International Master’s program in Nanotechnology at KTH.
Control of Orbital Angular Momentum of Light Using Metamaterials and Nanoantennas
DR. OH, Sang soon
Imperial College London, U.K.
Sang Soon Oh is a senior researcher in the department of physics at Imperial College London. He received PhD degree in department of physics at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). During his PhD he visited University of St Andrews, UK. Following his PhD, he worked at Electronics Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in South Korea and moved to University of Surrey, UK. Since 2011, he has been working in Condensed Matter Theory group at Imperial College London.