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Plenary Speakers

  • John Tse, University of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    Stories behind Theoretical Structural Predictions
  • David J. Singh , Oak Ridge National Laboratory (US)
    Discovery of New and Old Thermoelectrics using First Principles Methods
  • E.K.U. Gross, Max Planck Institute (Germany)
    Towards the ab-initio description of photo-induced processes
  • Dario Alfe, University College London (UK)
    Thermal and electrical conductivity of the Earth's core from first principles calculations

Invited Speakers

  • Ikutaro Hamada, National Institute for Materials Science
    van der Waals density functional for solids and surfaces
  • Yuko Okamoto, Nagoya University
    Generalized-ensemble algorithms for first-principles electronic structure calculations
  • Tomoya Ono, Osaka University
    First-principles study on transport property of defects at surface and interface
  • Yoshitaka Tateyama, National Institute for Materials Science
    DFT-MD sampling analysis of redox reactions at solid-liquid interfaces in catalysts and batteries
  • Atsushi Togo, Kyoto University
    Progress in first-principles phonon calculations and phonon-phonon interactions
  • Satoshi Watanabe, University of Tokyo
    Theoretical study on AC electronic transport properties of nanostructures
  • Feng-Chuan Chuang, National Sun Yat-sen University
    Nontrivial topological electronic structures in a single Bi(111) bilayer on different substrates
  • Chao-Cheng Kaun, Academia Sinica
    Single-Molecule Conductance through Chiral Gold Nanotubes
  • Hung-Chung Hsueh, Tamkang University
    Probing Excitonic Effects in Low-Dimensional Semiconducting Nanomaterials by ab-initio calculations
  • Hyoung Joon Choi, Yonsei University
    First-principles study of effects of magnetic impurities on topological surface states
  • Young-Woo Son, Korea Institute for Advanced Study
    Effects of electron-phonon interactions on physical properties of mechanically modified graphene systems
  • Myung Joon Han, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    Electronic Structure, Superconductivity, and Ferromagnetism in Nickelate Superlattices
  • Byung Chan Han, DGIST
    First Principles DFT Computational Design of High Functional Energy Materials for Fuel Cells, Li-ion Batteries and Nuclear Power Applications
  • Hosub Jin, Institute for Basic Science, Seoul National University
    Spin-orbital entangled jeff states in 4d and 5d transition metal systems
  • Zhong Fang, Institute of Physics
    Correlated Topological Insulators Studied by LDA+Gutzwiller Method
  • Hongjun Xiang, Fudan University
    Unified Model for the Spin-Order Induced Polarization in Multiferroics
  • Ji Feng, Peking University
    Computational Studies of Dirac Materials
  • Limin Liu, Beijing Computational Science Research Center
    Ab initio molecular dynamics study of the Green energy materials
  • Xiangang Wan, Nanjing University
    Topological properties in 5d transition metal oxide

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