Probing the principles and origins of multifunctionallity Development of multifunctional device Development of new concept nano device
Quantum Nano-Photonics Our primary research interests are Quantum/Nonlinear Integrated Nano-Photonics and Optomechanics. With the aid of well-developed nano-fabrication technologies, the integration of photonic components into a wafer yields an important
Future Accelerator Design PAL-XFEL Upgrade of the Pohang Light Source [PLS] Storage Ring
Single-Molecule Biophysics Laboratory Our group uses force spectroscopy (hydrodynamic force, Optical tweezers), a single particle tracking, single-molecule FRET, or their combinations to study the biological questions.
QUANTUM INFORMATION QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT ATOM-PHOTON INTERACTIONS
Attosecond science and metrology Femtosecond science and X-ray technology Nano science
Low-Dimensional Topological Matter Strongly-Correlated Low-Dimensional Systems and Their Heterointerfaces
Femtosecond X-ray Diffraction and Imaging Science Laboratory Nanoscale quantitative 3D imaging Ultrafast single-shot dynamic imaging Serial femtosecond crystallography
Complex system analysis and modeling Measuring the fractal dimension of complex networks Neuroscience Neuronal modeling
Hydrodynamics and instabilities in magnetized plasmas Magnetic reconnection physics Topological interactions in plasmas: magnetic vorticity (helicity) and kinetic vorticity Development of advanced plasma diagnostic tools High-pressure plasma physics, Med
TNTL studies electron transport in nanoscale systems theoretically with emphasis on spin related effects.
Surface and Interface Physics Nano Physics Atomic Structures, Electronic Properties, Magnetism, and Dynamics
Complexity in Social System Laboratory
Plasma Sheath Laboratory Basic Plasma Experiment Fusion Plasma - KSTAR Project (G-7) ECR Plasma Ion Source Development for proton beam source Plasma Diagnostics
Nonperturbative aspects of string and M-theory Supersymmetric field theory Physics of black holes
Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics: Interplay between symmetry and topology
Applied Optics Laboratory Research in AOL is focused on the experimental study of fundamental phenomena as well as optical applications related with Digital Holography and Optical measurement.
Electronic structure calculations using the Density Functional Theory
Investigating structural and magnetic properties using the various x-ray scattering techniques
Quantum Transport and Superconductivity Laboratory
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy of Nanomaterials
Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis X-ray scattering and absorption Amorphous Materials Thin Films and Multilayers (POSTECH Multilayer Group)
Superconductivity Magnetic domain formation and exotic spin textures
The research in the Lab. for Advanced Materials and Extreme conditions (AMEX) at POSTECH has focused on the design, growth and characterization of advanced low-dimensional materials with emergent quantum properties under extreme conditions.
APCTP 정우성 사무총장 ‘국무총리 표창’
포스텍 연구팀, 단간극(短間極) 수평형 그래핀 초전도접합 첫 실현