Professor Noh Jae-Dong of the Department of Physics at University of seoul and Professor Chang Young-Jun (adjacent to the Department of Smart City) won the “2022 Spring Korean Physics Society Award” at the online extraordinary general meeting of the Korean Physical Society held on April 20.
Professor Noh Jae-Dong won an academic award for his achievements in statistical physics ranging from the phase transition of the equilibrium system and the non-equilibrium phase transition in the critical phenomenon, complex system theories, non-equilibrium thermodynamics and quantum thermodynamics.
Professor Chang Young-Jun won the Applied Physics Award in recognition of his contribution to the development of the field of applied physics by studying the epi-thin film sample growth of the low-dimensional material system and new physical phenomena using radiation accelerators.
Professor Noh Jae-Dong said, “I am very happy to receive the prestigious academic award from the Korean Physical Society. I would like to thank senior and fellow junior researchers for their help in the study. “I know it as an encouragement to focus on the development of physics, and I will continue to focus more on research to understand the fundamental principles of statistical physics,”
Professor Chang Young-Jun said, “I am happy to receive the prestigious Applied Physics Award of the Korean Physical Society. “I would like to thank the students, co-researchers, senior physicists, and schools for creating good research conditions,” he said, adding, “I will continue to contribute to society and develop talented people through physical research.