Venue : Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea
Period : August 06 (Tue), 2019 ~ August 08 (Thu), 2019
It is well known to the physics community worldwide that APCTP is one of the internationally leading agencies located in Asia, dedicated to promote international cooperation among scientists in all areas of physics from the member countries within the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. In order to fulfill the purpose of APCTP, it has selected this workshop in the last twelve years as one of its main activities in the field of high energy physics.
It is the purpose of this workshop to serve as a platform for promoting the international relationship between Korean high energy physics communities and the leading organization of the sort in the world, CERN.
Further, this workshop would like to provide communications and collaborations between experimental and theoretical physicists in the Asia Pacific region who take part, and want to take part, in the LHC program. In order to ensure active participation of young physicists who are interested in the LHC program, the vast and firm network of APCTP in the region would be of great help and necessity. We hope that this workshop will be a suitable place for those who are working in Korea for the LHC experiments to get together and exchange their ideas and achievements.
The workshop will be a good example of the APCTP activities that help the physics community in the Asia/Pacific region to promote their potentials, seeking to pursue the highest quality of research, train young scientists in all areas of theoretical physics, and promote international cooperation among scientists from its member countries in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. The workshop will for sure lead in the research of theoretical physics, facilitate international collaborations, and contribute to the advancement of physics by training young physicists from the Asia Pacific region.
As has been described several times, it is quite evident that the outcome of the workshop would contribute to the high energy physics community in the Asia/Pacific region, not only because the workshop is open to everyone who is involved in the LHC physics but also because the workshop provides the opportunity for the participants to communicate, discuss, and distribute their ideas and initiatives with other people in the region.
The experience of the workshops in previous years have been very fruitful and instructive, in the sense that many colleagues in the community of Korean high energy physics have recognized that this workshop is necessary and essential for them. They assert that, among a number of workshops and conferences that are scattered all year round, this workshop takes the right place at the right time.
The topics of this workshop cover a wide variety of high-Energy physics, from string theories to beyond SM physics to astrophysics, as well as LHC physics.
Sang-Un Ahn (KISTI)
Sanghyeon Chang (CTPU)
Kiwoon Choi (CTPU)
Eung-Jin Chun (KIAS)
Thomas Flacke (CTPU)
Byungsik Hong (Korea University)
Woo-Sung Jung (APCTP)
Jihn E. Kim (Kyunghee University)
Yeongduk Kim (CUP)
Pyungwon Ko (KIAS)
Yongkyung Kwon (Konkuk University)
Youngjoon Kwon (Yonsei University)
Bum-Hoon Lee (Sogang University)
Soonkeon Nam (Kyunghee University)
In-Kyu Park (University of Seoul)
Seon-Hee Seo (CUP)
Toru Sugitate (Hiroshima University)
Hwidong Yoo (SNU)
Hee-Jun Yoon (KISTI)