Park, Keeseong (박기성)

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Physics Materials Science

RESEARCH AREA

● Superconductors and Magnetic Materials
● Topological Materials
● Single Crystal Synthesis
● Low Temperature Physics

ACADEMIC & CAREER EXPERIENCE

Ph. D., The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Assistant professor in Undergraduate studies of DGIST
Research Associate in University of Virginia
Postdoctoral Researcher in Brookhaven National Laboratory

OFFICE

E7-214

LAB

E7-214

PHONE

+82.53.785.6614
Lab Website

Our Researches

We are interested in high-temperature superconductors that are difficult to explain with theories so far, topological quantum materials including topological insulators that can be explained but difficult to find in reality, and magnetic materials useful in academic and industrial fields. These materials are synthesized in a single crystal or polycrystalline form using a flux method, a chemical vapor transport method, etc. In addition, physical properties including atomic structure, electrical properties, magnetic properties, and thermal properties are studied. Let’s start by saying, “There is such an interesting material in the world, which we have made in our own laboratory”.

Representative Publications

Keeseong Park, Yusuke Nomura, Ryotaro Arita, Anna Llobet and Despina Louca “Local Strain and anharmonicity in the bonding of Bi2Se3-xTex topological insulators”, Phys. Rev. B 88, 224108 (2013)

Keeseong Park, Despina Louca, Anna Llobet, and J.-Q.Yan “Evidence of local disorder in the overdoped regime of Ba(Fe1-xCox)2As2”, Phys. Rev. B 84, 024512 (2011)

Keeseong Park, L. S. Wu, Y. Janssen, M. S. Kim, C. Marques, and M. C. Aronson, “Enhanced Fermi liquid near the quantum critical point in YFe2Al10”, Phys. Rev. B 84, 094425 (2011)