|Title||South Korea-Japan partner on developing advanced laser photoelectron spectrometers|
|Name||Communication Team||Registration Date||2019-04-24||Hits||1109|
South Korea-Japan partner on developing advanced laser photoelectron spectrometers
South Korean and Japanese researchers have partnered on the development of world-class advanced laser photoelectron spectrometers. The Center for Correlated Electron Systems (CCES) of the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) and the Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP) of the University of Tokyo held the opening ceremony of the ISSP-CCES joint research laboratory at the Seoul National University on April 19, 2019.
Established in 1957, ISSP is composed of 130 researchers, including 21 professors, who carry out condensed matter physics and materials science research with approximately KRW 50 billion annual research budget.
At this newly opened ISSP-CCES joint research laboratory, researchers will carry out the development of STARPES, advanced laser photoelectron spectrometers using ISSP’s Angle-resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy (ARPES). CCES and ISSP will also expand their collaborations through exchange programs and regular workshops.