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작성자 CQUeST 날짜 2017-07-16
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제목 [APCTP] Aug.18~26, Geometry and Holography for Quantum Criticality
Geometry and Holography for Quantum Criticality

Link : https://www.apctp.org/plan.php/holography2017

Venue Seminar Room 512, APCTP Headquarters, POSTECH, Pohang, Korea

Period August 18 (Fri), 2017 ~ August 26 (Sat), 2017


Strongly interacting Many body systems include nuclear matter and high temperature superconductivity as examples and they have been investigated vigorously last a few decades without much progress since calculational tools are not available. Considering its academic and industrial importance, it should be considered as the most important unsolved problem in 21st century physics. Recently gauge/gravity dual idea was proposed as a calcuational tool for such systems and was applied successfully for a few system. We want to investigate the problem in coherent manner by inviting the most prominent figures in this development.


Koji Hashimoto (Osaka University)

Deog-Ki Hong (Pusan National University)

Keun-Young Kim (GIST) - Cochair*

Ki-Seok Kim (Postech)

Nakwoo Kim (Kyunghee University)

Sang-Jin Sin(Hanyang University) - Chair*

Piljin Yi (KIAS)

Invited Speakers

Matteo Baggioli

Aron Beekman

Rong-Gen Cai

Sang Mo Cheon

Blaise Goutéraux

Sangmin Lee

Yi Ling

Andy Lucas

Eun-Gook Moon

Tomi Ohtsuki

Chanyong Park

Kentaroh Yoshida




Sang-Jin Sin (sjsin@hanyang.ac.kr)

Keun-Young Kim (fortoe@gist.ac.kr)

APCTP Secretariat: Simji Kwak (simji.kwak@apctp.org)

Registration deadline: 2017.07.14.Friday


Geometry and Holography for Quantum Criticality

PLACE : APCTP headquarters, Pohang, Korea | DATE : 2017-08-18~2017-08-26

PROGRAM : Focus Research Programs

ORGANIZER : Sang-Jin Sin (Hanyang Univeristy )
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