Programme - Oral Sessions

Basic Science
Basic science aims at discovering new phenomena, understanding the microscopic principles and providing useful knowledge for future developments. For this, it is important to keep up-to-date with the latest progress, look at the problems from different perspectives, and establish international networks. To this end, Basic Science Group plans to bring together Korean and European Scientists and Engineers by organizing following sessions at EKC2018. At first, in the Poster Session, delegates from all research area of Basic Science (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth science, etc.) are invited to present their own research works, learn each other's expertise, and develop collaborative networks. In the Talk Sessions, experts and key persons in the selected research area (listed below) will introduce the field and discuss current main issues and new developments. - Session 1. Graphene and 2D Materials: Fundamentals and Applications (*co-organized by Material Science & Technology group) - Session 2. Electronic Materials and Related Devices (*organized by Material Science & Technology group) - Session 3. Optical Metrology and Brain Processing: a Challenge for Industry 4.0 - Session 4. Water on Earth: Rain, River and Ocean In addition to these sessions, delegates are also encouraged to participate in the sessions of their own interests organized by other Science & Technology Groups. Through these events, organizers of EKC2018 wish to provide an unparalleled opportunity for Korean and European Scientists and Engineers to establish a valuable and prolonged network.
[BS1 / MST1] Graphene and 2D Materials: Fundamentals and Applications
Date / Time 2018-08-22 11:00   --   12:40
Room R6
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. KI, Dongkeun (Senior Research Associate, University of Geneva, Switzerland) CONVENER
Synopsis
Realized in only one or a few atomic thicknesses, 2D materials, such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides, possess excellent properties that have drawn considerable interests over the last 10 years. The relevant research area is expanding at an impressive pace, encompassing everything from fundamental researches to industrial applications, from nano-electronic devices to large-scale aerospace applications, and so forth. Therefore, it is important to contemplate the future of these 2D materials from various perspectives. For this, we bring together Korean and European experts in 2D materials from both fundamental and industrial sectors and hear about the recent progress and the future directions. Note that this session is closely linked with the Electronic Materials and Related Devices session organized by Material Science & Technology group.
Speakers
  • DR. ABDUL SAMAD, Yarjan (University of Cambridge) [ 11:00 - 11:25 ]
    Title: Zero gravity experiments for cooling in Space 1
  • DR. KIM, Teun-teun (IBS, Sungkyunkwan University) [ 11:25 - 11:50 ]
    Title: Dynamic control of optical properties with gated-graphene metamaterials
  • DR. KIM, Wonjae (VTT Technical Research Center of Finland) [ 11:50 - 12:15 ]
    Title: Graphene-GaSe heterojuntions for near-infrared photodetector
  • DR. KIM, Minsoo (University of Manchester) [ 12:15 - 12:40 ]
    Title: Ballistic quasi-1D transport in a monolayer graphene with preserved valley symmetry
[MST2 / BS2] Electronic Materials and Related Devices
Date / Time 2018-08-22 13:30   --   15:10
Room R6
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. KIM, Wonjae (VTT Technical Research Center of Finland) CONVENER
Synopsis
Electronics materials including organic- and inorganic semiconductors, insulators, and conductors were the key sources to promote the electronics industry dramatically for last decades. Recently, state-of-the art nanotechnology emerged has been changing the paradigm of electronics and further expecting to play a role as a game changer in electronic industry by yielding, for example, nanomaterials such as superconductors, quantum dots, supercapacitors, nanowires, carbon nanotubes, low-dimensional semiconductors (graphene and 2D materials), nanocellulous, and etc. The emerging materials are promising for future technology in electronics, especially, related to the 4th industry revolution. In this session, issues from the emerging materials will be overviewed and discussed with related technologies including rigid, flexible, and wearable electronics.
Speakers
  • DR. PARK, Jong Mun (ams AG) [ 13:30 - 14:00 ]
    Title: Power devices & high-voltage ICs, sensors in Europe
  • PROF. IM, Seyoung (KAIST) [ 14:00 - 14:20 ]
    Title: Buckling and wrinkling of a multilayered graphene sheet bonded to a polymer substrate
  • DR. YANG, Heena (EPFL) [ 14:20 - 14:40 ]
    Title: Carbon materials for hydrogen storage
  • DR. HAN, Tae Young (Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems) [ 14:40 - 14:55 ]
    Title: Nondestructive Investigation on Light Metal-to-Polymer Sandwich Laminates
  • DR. AHN, Chi Won (National Nanofab Center, KAIST) [ 14:55 - 15:10 ]
    Title: Nanomaterials based Nanotechnology Platform for International Collaboration
[BS3] Optical Metrology and Brain Processing: a Challenge for Industry 4.0
Date / Time 2018-08-22 16:00   --   17:40
Room R6
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. KI, Dongkeun (Senior Research Associate, University of Geneva, Switzerland) CONVENER
Synopsis
Recently, Industry 4.0 has been a central issue of the Science and Technology in Korea. It is noted as one of the key missions of the Korean Ministry of Science and ICT, and mass media is frequently covering the related subjects in various contexts. Although many aspects of this evolution, such as its precise definition, remain to be clarified, it is evident that developing new methods for the fast and accurate sensing and projection, and understanding how the brain processes different sensory information will be the key components for its success. In order to realize safe self-driving cars and more reliable Virtual Reality (VR) devices, for instance, it is essential to develop new, more accurate and faster optical detection and projection schemes, and establish the relevant standards. For this, it is also important to understand how the brain processes the information. Note that all these technological requirements are at the foundations of the Industry 4.0. In this session, therefore, we will bring together the experts in Metrology and Standard, and Brain processing from both Korea and Europe, and hear about the recent progress in the field, their views of Industry 4.0 and the future remaining missions for its success. Moreover, I expect the session to provide a good opportunity for the scientists from different backgrounds to develop their own ideas or collaborative works.
Speakers
  • DR. KI, Dongkeun (University of Geneva) [ 16:00 - 16:10 ]
    Title: Session introduction
  • DR. GHIM, Young-sik (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science) [ 16:10 - 16:40 ]
    Title: Optical metrology solutions for high-tech industrial applications
  • DR. SAKATA, Shuzo (University of Strathclyde) [ 16:40 - 17:10 ]
    Title: State-dependent information processing in the brain
  • MR. LEE, Juneseung (ETH Zurich) [ 17:10 - 17:25 ]
    Title: Neural ensemble dynamics during vocal learning
  • MR. SONG, Myeong Seop (EPFL) [ 17:25 - 17:40 ]
    Title: Flight of Mind - Improvement of experiences and performances in a flight simulation through alternations of bodily self-consciousness
[BS4] Water on Earth: Rain, River and Ocean
Date / Time 2018-08-22 18:00   --   19:40
Room R6
Conveners / Chairs
  • DR. KI, Dongkeun (Senior Research Associate, University of Geneva, Switzerland) CONVENER
Synopsis
Water is a nearly transparent and tasteless chemical substance that covers about 70 % of the Earth’s surface, constitutes rivers, lakes and oceans, and contributes vastly to the circulation of heat in our planet through evaporation and condensation. It is also vital for all known forms of life. It is an essential part of many metabolic processes and acts as a key solvent, dissolving many ionic compounds, which is highly relevant for various purposes. Basically, water is a central element for the formation of human society. Therefore, detecting its cycle and motion and understanding the underlying principles has been one of the most important topics in the history of Science and Technology. For this, we bring together the experts and scientists working in the relevant research area, and hear about the recent progress in the field.
Speakers
  • DR. O, Sungmin (University of Graz) [ 18:00 - 18:20 ]
    Title: Assessment of spatial uncertainty during heavy rainfall events at the local scale using a dense gauge network
  • MS. LEE, Jaeyoung (University of Oxford) [ 18:20 - 18:40 ]
    Title: Dynamic water quality modelling in the severn-Thames river systems and assessment of the impact of a water transfer in drought
  • MR. CHOE, Hanjin (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris) [ 18:40 - 19:00 ]
    Title: Magnetic anomalies over subduction zones
  • DR. CHOI, Yujin (CNRS France) [ 19:00 - 19:20 ]
    Title: Building and updating the second version of the World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map (WDMAM)
  • MR. KIM, Minjae (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel) [ 19:20 - 19:40 ]
    Title: Influence of water on the analysis of planetary observation