Workshops and Conferences

제3회 양자정보학술대회

August 25, 2020

2020 CCSS Workshop: Higher-order Interacting Networks

February 19-21, 2020
Gangneung st johns hotel

Numerical Galaxy Formation Workshop

January 16, 2020
Builldig 56-521, Seoul National University

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

January 8-10, 2020
Builldig 56-521, Seoul National University

Dark Odyssey 2020: Gravitational-Wave Probes of Dark Universe

January 4-7, 2020
Builldig 25-1, Seoul National University

Gravitational-Wave(GW) is opening up new avenues to probe the Dark Universe. In this interdisciplinary workshop, we would like to gather leading experts around the world to discuss recent developments on GW physics and its connection with particle physics, dark matter, astroparticle physics and cosmology. In particular, we aim to build bridges between these fields and develop and realize new exciting physics potentials of GWs in probing the Dark Universe. A broad range of topics will be addressed:
GW and astrophysical signals of Dark matter
Fundamental physics of Black holes
Gravitational lensing
Standard/dark siren and Cosmology
But topics are not restricted to these, and broader interdisciplinary efforts will be considered.

KIAS-SNU Physics Winter Camp 2019

December 23-31, 2019

2019 LANL-SWME Collaboration Meeting Workshop

December 16-20, 2019
Builldig 56-521, Seoul National University

SNU mini-workshop on Quantum fields and strings

October 10-12, 2019
Yang Doo Seok Hall, Seoul Nat'l University Library

Mini-workshop on particle physics and cosmology

February 25 (Mon), 2019
Builldig 56, Seoul National University

KIAS-SNU Physics Winter Camp 2018

December 26, 2018 - January 4, 2019

International Workshop "Theoretical perspectives in network science"

December 7-9, 2018
Yang Doo Seok Hall, Seoul Nat'l University Library

Quantum Geometry and Duality

November 29-30, 2018

The 10th APCTP-IACS-KIAS Joint Conference

October 1-3, 2018
Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel


February 24 - March 7, 2018
Muju Deogyusan Resort, Korea

고 송희성 교수 추모 심포지엄

April 12-13 (Wed-Thu), 2017
Sangsan Mathematical Building, Seoul National University

The Mini-Workshop on Complex Systems Studies

November 7 (Sat), 2015
Builldig 56, Seoul National University

6th IACS-APCTP Joint Conference on Novel Oxide Materials and Low Dimensional Systems

December 17-20 (Thu-Sat), 2014
Sangsan Mathematical Building, Seoul National University

Novel and emergent materials have attracted major interest in condensed matter research because of their wide ranging physical properties that are not only important for basic research but also for various applications. The major purpose of this conference is to present and discuss about cutting-edge theoretical work on novel and emergent materials that will include multiferroics, novel iron based superconductors, graphene and topological insulators. In particular, Graphene and topological insulators constitute a novel class of materials in condensed matter physics whose low-energy quasiparticles obey Dirac-like, rather than Schrodinger like, equations. Consequently, they display a host of novel features such as unconventional quantum Hall effect, Klein paradox, transmission resonance, magnetic switching, possible presence of Majorana Fermions as low-energy modes, and possible realization of axion electrodynamics in condensed matter systems. The main purpose of the present meeting will be to discuss about recent progresses in theory (both ab-initio as well as many-body approaches) to understand these novel materials. The conference will also have special talks by leading experimentalists in the Asia Pacific region working in the area mentioned above.

Korea-China-Kazakhstan Meeting on Stellar Dynamics

December 15-17 (Mon-Wed), 2014
Sangsan Mathematical Building and Buliding 19 (Astronomy Department), Seoul National University

This is an extension of the China-Korea Joint Meeting on Stellar Dynamics that has been taking place annually since 2009. From the year 2014, we decided to include Kazakhstan as an effort to expand the scope of the meeting. The subject of the meeting is mostly dynamical understanding of dense stellar systems, but any related subject such as gravitational wave astronomy has been also included. This year, it will take place at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, and hosted by the Center for Theoretical Physics (CTP). Most of the talks are arranged on December 15-16 (Monday-Tuesday). December 17 (Wednesday) will be devoted for free discussions among various groups. For this purpose, we reserved room 206/207 in building 19 (astronomy building). Official closing of the meeting is planned at 15:30 on December 17 (Wednesday).

Administrative Office

Location : Building 129 - 209
Admnistrative Staff : Ji-Sun Hong
E-Mail : ctp (at)
Phone : 880 - 6523
Fax : 82-2-884-7167

Computer Room

Location : Building 56 - 203
Operator : Yong-Ho Park
E-Mail : yhpark (at)
Phone : 880 - 6620