Center for Correlated Electron Systems

The 20th Korea-Taiwan-Japan Symposium on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

January 8, 2020l Hit 1196


The 20th Korea-Taiwan-Japan Symposium on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems will be held at Seoul National University during 8-10 Jan. 2020. This series of symposia originally started as a workshop for Korean and Japanese researchers in the field of strongly correlated materials 1999, and have since developed into trilateral Korea-Japan-Taiwan Symposia. It has been the focal point of the SCES community in the Far East region and contributed enormously to the close collaboration among people working in the field. It has been particularly successful in fostering long-term friendship among younger members. 2020 will mark the 20th celebration of this very successful annual event.

  • Quantum phase transitions and related phenomena
  • Unconventional superconductivity
  • Metal insulator transitions
  • Strong spin-orbit interaction in correlated systems
  • Theoretical methods for strong correlations
  • Correlated topological phases
  • Quantum magnetism and frustration
  • New materials; bulk, thin films and artificial structures
  • Multiferroics and cross correlations