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장소 Zoom webinar 
일시 Sep. 14(Mon) 17:30~ 
연사 Teruo Ono (Kyoto U. Japan) 

 KAIST Global Forum for Spin and Beyond" 세번 째 세미나를 개최합니다.    

세 번째 연사는 일본 교토대학의 Teruo Ono 교수님이며세미나 정보는 아래와 같습니다.

1.     연사: Teruo Ono (Kyoto U. Japan)

2.     발표 제목: Observation of superconducting diode effect

3.     방식: Zoom webinar

4.     일시9 14일(월) 오후 5시 30분

5.    등록: zoom 정보를 받아보시기 위해서는 “참여하고자 하시는 발표 제목과 본인의 이름/소속 KAISTspinforum@gmail.com  9 10일까지 보내주시기 바랍니다등록자 정보를 취합하여 zoom 정보를 보내 드리겠습니다등록비는 없습니다.

6.  포스터 첨부합니다. 

 

Here we announce the KAIST Global Forum for Spin and Beyond” lecture series.

The information for the third talk is given below.

1.     Speaker: Teruo Ono (Kyoto U. Japan)

2.     Title: Observation of superconducting diode effect

3.     Venue: Zoom webinar

4.     Data/Time: 9/14 17:30~

5.   Registration is required. For registration, please send the following information to KAISTspinforum@gmail.com. (due: 9/10) There is no registration fee.

- The title of talk that you want to attend.

- Your name / affiliation

6.  Forum poster is attached.
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