The 19th JAPAN-KOREA-TAIWAN SYMPOSIUM ON STRONGLY CORRELATED ELECTRON SYSTEMS (JKT19)
11-13, January 2019 , Tokyo, Japan
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National Taiwan University, Taiwan
"Improper ferroelectric polarization in a perovskite driven by intersite charge transfer and ordering"
Institute for Basic Science, Korea
"Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy studies on Rh-doped Sr2IrO4"
University of Tokyo, Japan
"Anomalous magnetoelectric responses caused by successive magnetic transitions in conical magnet CoCr2O4"
Waseda University, Japan
"Incommensurate ordering of V trimers in BaV10O15"
The 19th Japan-Korea-Taiwan Symposium on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems will be held at Waseda University (Nishiwaseda campus), Tokyo, Japan, from Jan. 11 to Jan. 13, 2019. This series of symposia originally started as a workshop for Korean and Japanese researchers in the field of strongly correlated materials, and they have evolved into trilateral Japan-Korea-Taiwan Symposia, reflecting the growing activities in the research of strongly correlated materials in these three countries. Particularly in 2019, the symposium will be held with a support of a JST CREST program “Development of materials with low thermal conductivity and high electrical conductivity based on the orbital/charge fluctuation of electrons” in the research are of “Scientific Innovation for Energy Harvesting Technology”.
The purpose of the symposium is to discuss recent progress on a broad range of topics in strongly correlated materials, for example,
*Novel spectroscopy *Exotic Superconductors
*Interfaces *Topological phenomena
*Multiferroics *Thermoelectric materialsFirst Circular.pdf
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