Basic Sciences
Basic science focuses on understanding underlying fundamental principles behind various phenomena and providing useful knowledge for the future developments. This year, we aim to bring together Korean and European scientists working in various fields of Basic Science, strengthen the networks and keep up-to-date with the latest developments. To this end, Basic Sciences Group will focus on the following sessions at EKC2017. Poster session: In this session, delegates from all research area of Basic Sciences (e.g., Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth science, etc.) are invited to present their own research works and topics, learn each other’s expertise, develop networks and find potential collaboration partners. Talk sessions: In the talk sessions, delegates will discuss the current main issues and new developments in the selected research area (listed below) with the experts and key persons in the field. o Photonics o Application of innovative technologies in Geoscience & Geotechnical Engineering In addition, delegates are also encouraged to participate in the sessions of their own interests organized by other Science & Technology Groups. In particular, Bio Sciences and Health Group co-organizes six special sessions on “Convergence Science and Technology for Human Health” in collaboration with Korean Academy of Science and Technology (KAST) and two sessions on "Aging mechanisms" with the IBS Center for Plant Aging Research. Note also that Material Science and Technology Group co-organizes session(s) on “Nano-materials” with the IBS Center for Nanoparticle Research. Through these events, organizers of EKC2017 wish to provide a comprehensive opportunity for Korean & European scientists to establish valuable and prolonged network.
  • JUNG, Aera (Université Paris Diderot)
    Implementation of the First Level Trigger for Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Ray (UHECR) detection from space with JEM-EUSO: Initial Test Results
  • AHN, Byungnam (MAXIV)
    Attosecond Nanophysics (Attosecond-controlled photoemission from nanoobjects)
  • MYUNG, Jin Suk (Lund University)
    Dramatic influence of anisotropic interactions on short time diffusion and arrest of protein solutions
  • LEE, Seung-sup (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
    Doublon-holon origin of the subpeaks at the Hubbard band edges
  • RO, Youngju (University Paris-Sud)
    Study of redox reactions between polyoxometalates and sulphur-containing organic molecules
  • LEE, Kwangjun (Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience in Berlin & Technische Universitat Berlin)
    Hierarchical Drift-Diffusion Model on reward-based two-choice decision-making process under perceptual and economic uncertainty
  • KIM, Kyung Ho (Chalmers University of Technology)
    Probing variable range hopping length by magneto transport and power law scaing in carbonized polymer nanofibers
  • KI, Dongkeun (University of Geneva)
    Topological phases of matter: A ‘very’ brief introduction
  • BAEK, Min Jeong (KIST EUROPE)
    The effect of taxonomic resolution on the community analysis of benthic macroinvertebrate in the four major rivers in South Korea
  • JUNG, Ju-hyun (Universität Graz)
    The microscopic structure of pi NN, pi NDelta and piDeltaDelta vertices in a hybrid constituent quark model
  • KIM, Youngjun (KIST Europe)
    Mixture toxicity of silver ion combined with TiO2 and ZnO on Daphnia magna
  • LEE, Sunhee (Christian-Albrecht universtät zu Kiel)
    Human, Sea, and Jellyfish: Ecological signals reflect the changing ocean.
  • KIM, Minjae (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)
    Impact of collisions on the appearance of debris disks
  • JEONG, Hyeon-ho (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems)
    Chiral plasmonic nanosensors
  • LEE, Myung-jae (EPFL)
    Recent Development of Single-Photon Avalanche Diodes in Standard CMOS Technology for LiDAR Applications
  • O, Sungmin (University of Graz)
    Uncertainties in observed precipitation: 1-km scale WegenerNet precipitation data and their applications