Social Links univesity of seoul institute of international cooperation and education the uos times Natural Science Research Institute graduate school(en) graduate school(ko) Related Links Admissions About Us Faculty News & Papers Events Shortcut Links physics-6936704_1920Department of PhysicsUniversity of SeoulMain_Image_IllustrisTNGAstrophysics & CosmologyDepartment of Physics20110822cms-1615×1075Condensed Matter PhysicsDepartment of Physicsphysics-6936704_1920Particle PhysicsDepartment of Physicsphysics-6936704_1920Statistical PhysicsDepartment of Physics Recent Posts The 30th anniversary of the Department of Physics May 25, 2023 (0) 12 May 2023 (15:00) |international conference hall(3F), The Centennial Memorial Hall, University Of… Read More Twistronics 2023 April 14, 2023 (0) Colloquium for the 1st semester of 2023(2) : Quantum nano-optics April 10, 2023 (0) Gallery April 6, 2023 (0) The number of graduate schools in high-tech fields such as intelligent semiconductors and smart cities increased by 161. January 20, 2023 (0) Analyzing planar galactic halo distributions with fuzzy/cold dark matter models December 28, 2022 (0) Pixel-wise classification in graphene-detection with tree-based machine learning algorithms December 22, 2022 (0) Copula-based analysis of the generalized friendship paradox in clustered networks December 20, 2022 (0) Professor Choi Ena of Physics won the Korea Astronomy Society Award December 5, 2022 (0) Recent Events Next Upcoming Event Colloquium for the 1st semester of 2023 (10) : The quantum information/communication experiment 9 June 2023 - Science and Technology Building #112 00 days 00 hours 00 minutes 00 seconds EVENT DETAIL Jun 09, 2023 Colloquium for the 1st semester of 2023 (10) : The quantum information/communication experiment Science and Technology Building #112University of Seoul View Detail Latest Comments Please refrain from malicious comments or comments with advertising links, and if you find them, please let the web manager know and we will delete them or ban them. what contributions has the department made to the field of physics research and education during this time? what potential applications could be developed based on a better understanding of these vibration modes? what implications do these findings have for the future development of electronic devices based on these materials?
what contributions has the department made to the field of physics research and education during this time?