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날짜 2020-09-22 09:30 
일시 Sep. 22nd 9:30 AM 
장소 Zoom webinar 
연사 Prof. Xu Yi (Univ. of Virginia, USA) 
"Quantum- & Nano-Photonics" 세미나 시리즈를 안내드립니다.
 
본 세미나 시리즈는 양자 및 나노광학 분야의 해외 연구자를 초청하여 
최신 연구 동향을 파악하고 상호 교류하기 위해 마련되었습니다. 
관심있는 분은 누구나 참석 가능하니 적극적인 참석 부탁드립니다.   
 
첫번째 연사는 미국 버지니아 대학의 Xu Yi 교수이며, 세미나 정보는 아래와 같습니다.
1. 연사: Prof. Xu Yi (Univ. of Virginia, USA)
2. 발표제목: Physics and applications of soliton microcombs
3. 방식: Zoom webinar
4. 일시: 9월 22일 화요일 오전 9시 30분
5. 등록:  Zoom 정보를 받아보시기 위해서는 “참석하고자 하시는 세미나 제목 (이번 경우에는 “ Physics and applications of soliton microcombs”)” “본인의 이름/소속 nplab.kaist@gmail.com  9 20일까지 보내주시기 바랍니다등록자 정보를 취합하여 9 21일에 zoom 접속 정보를 보내 드리겠습니다.
 
좀 더 자세한 정보와 세미나 초록은 저희 협업연구실 홈페이지에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.
 
 

Here we announce our “Quantum- and Nano-Photonics Seminar Series”.

This is the online seminar series organized by KAIST Nanophotonics Cross-Generation Collaborative Lab with the aim to offer a place for the discussion about the recent progress in Quantum- and Nano-Photonics from fundamental to device applications. Experts on various subfields of Quantum- and Nano-Photonics will be invited to give a talk. This seminar is open to anyone who is interested in this topic. 

The information for the first talk is given below.

1.     Speaker: Prof. Xu Yi (Univ. of Virginia, USA)

2.     Title: Physics and applications of soliton microcombs

3.     Venue: Zoom webinar

4.     Data/Time: September 22nd  9:30 AM

5.   Registration is required. For registration, please send the following information to nplab.kaist@gmail.com. (due: 9/20).

- The title of talk that you want to attend (for this first talk, the tile is “ Physics and applications of soliton microcombs”)

- Your name / affiliation

- We will send you the information to access this webinar on Sep. 21st

 
More detailed information including the abstract can be found on the below linked webpage.
 
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