Natural Science and Mathematics

The current status of the ocean and its variability in a changing climate
Room Room 209 (Building "Forum")
Date / Time 2015-07-23 14:00   --    15:55
Conveners / Session Chairs
  • Prof. PARK, Young-hyang (Univ Paris 6, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle) / email :yhpark@mnhn.fr

    Profile: Prof. Young-Hyang Park has carried out world-recognized research activities for the Southern Ocean circulation and global climate changes, producing a total of 60 SCI papers with 762 citations. He has carried out a total of seven Southern Ocean research cruises for a total of 350 days in sea, and as a Chief scientist for two French Government-funded Southern Ocean research cruises. He has been collaborating since a decade ago with KIOST (Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology) for the Southern Ocean research activities and with SNU (Seoul National University) for the climate-related research by supervising doctoral students and by establishing the Dual PhD Cooperation between SNU and Univ Paris 6. He worked for 4 years (2003-2006) as President of ASCOF and contributed to the foundation of the European Korean Scientists Conference EKC.

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Session Synopsis Covering about 70% of the Earth’s surface, the ocean plays a key role in climate especially for long-term (decadal or longer time scales) climate changes. In particular, ongoing changes in the high-latitude oceans are a pressing topic of contemporary research. The Arctic Ocean, with its rapidly reducing summer sea ice extent, appears to be in a transition towards a seasonally ice-free ocean, with significant implications for marine biology and large-scale to global climate. The Southern Ocean features equally complex interactions between the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere and marine organisms, with significant impacts on the carbon cycle, regional ecosystems, ice sheets and sea level rise. However, the variability of the polar oceans is not isolated features but is thought to be tightly linked with that of the tropics such as the ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation) phenomena. Progress in understanding the relevant dynamics and feedback mechanisms to and from the ongoing global warming requires determining amplitude and timescales of variability through long-term observations in the tropical to remote and hostile polar oceans as well as refined numerical models. We welcome contributions on all aspects of ocean circulation, sea ice, atmosphere and their mutual interactions from observations, models and theory, and from regional to global scale. The contributions from ongoing or planned EU countries-Korea collaborative research activities shall deserve a special attention.
Speakers
  • Dr. LEE, Sang Hoon (KOPRI (Korea Polar Research Institute)) [ 14:00 - 14:25 ]
    Title: Five years of the KOPRI Amundsen project - what we have found, and where we head for in the next 5 yrs
  • Dr. KANG, Hyoun-woo (KIOST-PML Science Office, Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Plymouth, United Kingdom) [ 14:25 - 14:50 ]
    Title: Marine ecosystem simulation of the East Asia and its near-future projection – a KIOST and PML collaboration initiative
  • Dr. PROVOST, Christine (LOCEAN, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France) [ 14:50 - 15:15 ]
    Title: The ocean at high latitudes in a changing climate: Contrasts between the Southern Ocean and the Arctic Ocean
  • Miss. LIM, Eunok (LadHyX, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique) [ 15:15 - 15:35 ]
    Title: Stability of pancake vortices in stratified-rotating fluid
  • Prof. PARK, Young-hyang (LOCEAN, Univ. Paris 6) [ 15:35 - 15:55 ]
    Title: Nonstationary tropical-extratropical connection in the western North Pacific across the 1988 regime shift of the East Asian winter monsoon
Solid earth
Room Room 209 (Building
Date / Time 2015-07-23 17:00   --    19:00
Conveners / Session Chairs
  • Dr. CHOI, Yujin (CNRS) / email :choi.yujin75@gmail.com
Session Synopsis Solid Earth sciences are essential to (1) better understand and mitigate volcanic and tectonic risks (earthquakes, tsunamis…), and (2) find and extract hydrocarbon and mineral resources, among others. Such goals require indepth understanding of geological processes at varying scales ranging from billion years to microseconds. The session is open to all contributions of this field including, but not restricted to, the complementary points of view of geology, geophysics, and geochemistry, using different approaches from instrumentation and observations to their analysis and modeling. A special focus will be given to crustal and lithospheric studies from both the oceans and the continents.
Speakers
  • Dr. DYMENT, Jerome (CNRS, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris) [ 17:00 - 17:30 ]
    Title: Interaction of the Central Indian Ridge and the Reunion hotspot
  • Prof. EMOND, Christophe (Université de Bretagne Occidentale) [ 17:30 - 17:00 ]
    Title: Central Indian Ridge versus Reunion hotspot : on and off axis geochemical constraints on interaction processes
  • Dr. GAVART, Michel (AJS (CEO)) [ 18:00 - 18:20 ]
    Title: GNSS Reflectometry on-board an RPAS for Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction Studies
  • Dr. CHAMBODUT, Aude (EOST - Université de Strasbourg) [ 18:20 - 18:40 ]
    Title: Geomagnetic Observatories: Data, Network and Use
  • Dr. CHOI, Yujin (CNRS, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris) [ 18:40 - 19:00 ]
    Title: Evaluating the equivalent magnetization over the World's Ocean from WDMAM v.2
Korean medicine
Room Room 114 (Building "Forum")
Date / Time 2015-07-23 17:00   --    19:00
Conveners / Session Chairs
  • Prof. CHA, Wung Seok (Professor& Doctor of Korean Medicine, Department of Medical History, College of Korean Medicine, Kyung Hee University) / email :chawung@khu.ac.kr
Session Synopsis
Speakers
  • Prof. CHA, Wung Seok (Kyung Hee University) [ 17:00 - 17:20 ]
    Title: Strengths of Korean Medicine and Future Value
  • Prof. JOSSET, Patrice (National Museum of Natural History) [ 17:20 - 17:40 ]
    Title: Korean Medicine and Western Medicine, différences, oppositions and convergences
  • Dr. KWON, Oh Sang (Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine) [ 17:40 - 18:00 ]
    Title: New concept of Research about Meridian
  • Dr. GAVART, Marie (Kyung Hee University) [ 18:00 - 18:20 ]
    Title: Application of Moxibustion with Artemisia, from classic to current in Korea and Japan - A comparative approach
  • Mr. KIM, Hyun Koo (University of Oxford) [ 18:20 - 18:40 ]
    Title: When Korean medicine meets Western medical Kowledge: focusing on the book Dongseoeuihak Yoeui (the Essential of Eastern and Western medicine)
Basic science
Room Room 209 (Building "Forum")
Date / Time 2015-07-24 17:00   --    19:00
Conveners / Session Chairs
  • Prof. PARK, Young-hyang / email :yhpark@mnhn.fr
Session Synopsis
Speakers
  • Dr. HAHM, Taik Soo (National Fusion Research Institute) [ 17:00 - 17:20 ]
    Title: Selected Highlights from Tokamak Plasma Transport Research in National Fusion Research Institute
  • Dr. HAGEBAUM-REIGNIER, Denis (Université Aix-Marseille) [ 17:20 - 17:40 ]
    Title: Electron transfer in elementary reactions
  • Mr. KANG, Kab Seok (High Level Support Team (HLST) , Department of Computational Plasma Physics Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics) [ 17:40 - 18:00 ]
    Title: Scalable implementation of the parallel multigrid method on massively parallel computers
  • Dr. KIM, Minjae (Ecole Polytechnique) [ 18:00 - 18:20 ]
    Title: Temperature-Dependent Electronic Structure and Itinerant Ferromagnetism of SrRuO3 : A DFT+DMFT Study
  • Dr. SEO, Seong-heon (KSTAR research center, National Fusion Research Institute) [ 18:20 - 18:40 ]
    Title: Phase Measurement Technique based on Wavelet Transform by using GPU