Participants

Tentative Keynote Speakers

sss Baatar Tseepildorj, Mongolian  Academy of Sciences, Mongolia

Academician Professor Baatar Tseepildorj is department head and supervisor of his laboratory at Department of High Energy Physics, Institute of Physics and Technology (IPT), Mongolian Academy of Sciences (MAS),  and research professor of Ulaanbaatar University. He worked at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia as a researcher from 1976 to 1982 and worked at IPT, MAS as director of institute from 1983 to 1997 and from 2001 to 2005.  Ts. Baatar received his Science Doctor degree on a topic of  “π mesons with 40 GeV/c and light nucleus with 4.2 GeV/c interactions with carbon nucleus” in 1990. His scientific interests are high-energy particle physics and physics of interactions between atomic nuclei and particles, and published many scientific papers in the field. He introduced a new method called “Target Mass” which is applied to evaluate new particles produced by interactions between atomic nuclei and high energy particles. He has leading collaborative team between DESY, Hamburg, Germany and IPT, MAS, Mongolia since 2006. His team published over 50 scientific papers with 3250 or more citations. He has published more than 150 research papers. Ts. Baatar elected a member of Mongolian Academy of Sciences (Academician) in 1991. In 1996, he awarded the Polar Star Order for high recognition of his contributions to developing sciences and educations in Mongolia. 
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Falk Liebner, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria

Prof. Falk Liebner studied organic chemistry at Dresden University of Technology, Germany, and received his Ph.D. in 1993 in the field of bio-organo silicon chemistry. Following two 7-years research periods in the fields of hydrogeochemistry and plant/wood chemistry dedicated to the development of technologies for large-scale rehabilitation of degraded soils using ammoxidized ligneous biomass and man-made humic substances, respectively, Prof. Liebner joined the Division of Chemistry of Renewable Materials at University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien) in 2006. Today, Prof. Liebner is head of the BMC Biopolymer Materials Chemistry Group at this Division and was invited guest professor at Kyoto University, Japan (2009) and University Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France (2011). Main research topics of Prof. Liebner are biopolymer-derived functional materials with a particular focus on nanostructured ultra-lightweight cellulose and lignin based hybrid gels and aerogels. For this work his team received the 2012 FibrePlus Award of the Austrian Paper Association. Prof. Liebner was elected Member-at-Large of the Executive Committee of the Cellulose and Renewable Materials Division (CELL) of the American Chemical Society (2014-2017) and Key Researcher of the Austrian Wood-KPlus Center of Excellence for Wood Composites and Wood Chemistry. Prof. Liebner is editorial board member of several journals, referee for more than 30 peer-reviewed SCI journals, has published more than 120 peer-reviewed SCI articles, book chapters and patents and has supervised more than 40 MSc and PhD projects.

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Hideo Nitta, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan

Dr. Hideo Nitta is a professor of physics at Tokyo Gakugei University (TGU) and the dean of the TGU United Graduate School of Education. From 2010 to 2012, he had served concurrently as the principal of TGU Senior High School. He has had many papers and books on subjects including theoretical radiation physics, mathematical physics, quantum dynamics, and physics education. Among them a unique publication is “The Manga (Cartoon) Guide to Physics”, which has been translated into more than ten languages.From 2008 to 2017 he had been a member of the International Commission on Physics Education (ICPE) and served as the chair of ICPE from 2015 to 2017.  From 2014 he has been the vice-president of the Physics Education Society of Japan.
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Il Soon Hwang, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

Professor Hwang is a nuclear energy specialist with BS in nuclear engineering at Seoul National University with MS in mechanical engineering at KAIST and Ph. D. in nuclear materials engineering at MIT. He worked at MIT as Research Scientist of Materials Science and Engineering Department and later as visiting Associate Professor. Currently he is Professor of Nuclear Engineering with a joint appointment to the Director of the Nuclear Transmutation Energy Research Center of Korea (NUTRECK) that was founded in 2002 at SNU. He has led the Korean implementation of IAEA Periodic Safety Review (PSR) and the establishment of the independent nuclear safety commission after Fukushima accident. His research focus includes the proactive management of nuclear power reactor aging, the development of the advanced nuclear waste partitioning and transmutation technology, known as PEACER-PyroGreen, the development of lead-cooled small modular reactors and the multinational cooperation on nuclear fuel cycle as well as nuclear materials development. He was a search committee member for Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering and was bestowed with Cavaliere dell’Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana.
Currently he serves several national and international expert communities outside SNU, as follows;
President, International Forum on Reactor Aging Management (IFRAM)
Director, Nuclear Security Research Institute of the Korea Nuclear Policy Society
President-elect, the Institute for the Summit of Honor on Atoms for Peace and Environment (ISHAPE)
Chairman, Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development Workshop (NUPID)
Member, National Academy of Engineering of Korea
Member, Korean Commercial Arbitration Board.

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Joonhee Kang, Intelligent Sensor Convergence Research Center, Republic of Korea

Prof. Joonhee Kang received his B.S. in Physics from the Seoul National University, M.S. from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and Ph. D. in Physics from the University of Minnesota in 1977, 1979, and 1987, respectively. Following his PhD in experimental solid state physics he worked as a post doc in Argonne National Laboratory for 2 years and as a senior scientist in Westinghouse Science and Technology Center for 5 years. He is currently professor of Physics at the Incheon National University, Korea. His consultant positions include Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Northrop Grumman Science and Technology, Hypres, Inc., Korea Research Institute of Standards, Korea Institute of Science and Technology. His research interests have been in superconductive digital electronics, thin nanomaterial films for chemical sensors, acoustic nondestructive evaluation systems. In his superconductive digital electronics, he developed the first single flux quantum 40 GHz ALU. He also was the first in fabricating BSCCO and TBCCO high temperature superconducting thin films. He has about 150 published papers.

Invited Speakers

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Prof. Atsushi Ito received his Ph.D in Physics from the University of Tokyo in 1983, followed by working as a post-doc at Argonne National Laboratory in the United States for two years. After returning to Japan, he worked at the Radiology division of Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science as a researcher for seven years. In 1994 he moved to Tokai University as an associate professor at the department of nuclear engineering, and he is currently a professor of the same department. His research interest is in the field of radiation biology and X-ray imaging of biomedical specimens. In the study of radiation biology, he has examined DNA damage induced by heavy ions which attract great concern in cancer radiotherapy. Biological effects of low dose X-rays is also in his research scope. X-ray microscopy has a great advantage over other microscopes in the mapping of light elements or molecules (chemical mapping) at high resolution below 100 nm. His research group’s effort to apply molecular imaging to biomedical specimens has been focusing on the mapping of DNA in cell nucleus and sulfur oxidation state in human hair.
   

Enkhbat Tsedenbaljir, National University of Mongolia, Mongolia

Dr. Enkhbat Tsedenbaljir received his BSc in Physics from the National University of Mongolia in 1995 and PhD in Physics from the Oklahoma State University, United States, in 2006. Since then, he worked as Postdoctoral Researcher at High Energy and Cosmology Group, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (2006-2010) and National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (2010-2013). He joined the Elementary particle and nuclear physics group as a research staff in 2013 and was appointed as the director of Nuclear Research Center, National University of Mongolia in 2016. His research focuses on theory and phenomenology of physics beyond Standard Model. He has published his research works in leading journals of the field including Physical Review D, Nuclear Physics B, Journal of High Energy Physics.

 

   

Gantumur Battogtokh, The Catholic University of Korea, Republic of Korea

Dr. Gantumur Battogtokh got his Bachelor and Master degrees in Organic chemistry from the National University of Mongolia.  Then, he received his Ph.D. in biomedical science field from School of Medicine at the Catholic University of Korea in 2013 and his research was focused on synthesis of photoactive agents for cancer photodynamic therapy and preparation of polymeric micelles. Since 2013, he has been working as a postdoctoral researcher and Research Professor at the College of Pharmacy, Gachon University and the College of Pharmacy, The Catholic University of Korea in South Korea. Here, he worked on biopolymer and albumin-based nanoparticle for anticancer drug and theranostic agent delivery. He has published several peer-reviewed papers (13 as first author) in SCI indexed journals and issued some patents. In 2015, he received a grant in basic science field from Korean National Research Foundation with a period of 3 years. He also worked as a visiting scholar on biopolymer synthesis as a drug carrier at Nanomedicine Center, University of Utah in USA from March to June in 2017. Generally, his research focuses are isolation of bioactive compounds and biomaterials from natural raw materials, synthesis of biomacromolecules, and a development of biomaterial-based nanoparticles for extracellular and subcellular drug delivery system of therapeutic and diagnostic agents for chronic diseases including cancer.

 

 Image may contain: 1 person, suit Kazunori Anzai, Nihon Pharmaceutical University, Japan

Prof. Kazunori Anzai graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1975. He continuously learned in the Ph. D course and received master’s degree in 1977 and Ph.D. degree in 1981 from the University of Tokyo.  He worked as an assistant professor at Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Nagoya City University (1979-1986) and in Kyushu University (1986-1993).  During his position in Nagoya City University, he visited Northwestern University in USA as a Visiting Research Associate (1981-1983).  He moved to National Institute of Radiological Sciences as a Senior Researcher in 1993.  He did research in the Institute for 17 years, during which he also worked as a visiting professor of Chiba University (2005-2010).  He moved to Nihon Pharmaceutical University as a Professor in 2010 and is currently a Professor and the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the University.  His current research interests are related to oxidative stress and free radical detection especially by ESR technique.  He is a member of Society of Free Radical Research Japan, the Society of Electron Spin Science and Technology, the Japan Radiation Research Society, the pharmaceutical Society of Japan, etc.  In 2012, he received academic awards from the Society of Electron Spin Science and Technology and from Society of Free Radical Research Japan.  He has published more than 150 research papers.

 

 Image may contain: 1 person, closeup Kenichi Kuge, Chiba University, Japan

Prof. Ken’ichi Kuge received the Doctor of Engineering from Kyoto University in 1984. He has worked in Chiba University until March 2018 and now  he is Emeritus Professor of Chiba University. His expertise lies in the field of silver-salt photographic materials since his doctoral-student years and he is now a scarce specialist in this field. Recently his research field is expanded to elementary particle or radiation physics because nuclear emulsion plates are still important and useful to detect radiation tracks. He conducts collaborative research with physicists in these fields and proposes new technologies in succession for the detection of radiation tracks with nuclear emulsion plates by the use of board and rich knowledge and experiences of silver-salt photographic system.
 

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Netzach Farbiash, Carasso Science Park, Israel

Dr. Netzach Farbiash, an Astrophysicist (BGU) and Educator (UA) by training, joined Beit Yatziv (a body owned by the Rashi Foundation and the Beer-Sheva Municipality) in 2006 in order to establish an astronomy center. Within a few years, the Astronomy Center operated activities for about 30,000 participants (from preschool through high school). With the opening of the Ilan Ramon Youth Physics Center at Ben-Gurion University (BGU), he joined the management team and led the Astronomy Unit. In 2011, when the Carasso Park was at the content developing stage, he joined the Science Museum’s staff as the scientific director, and when it opened to the public in 2013. At 2015, he was appointed the museum’s CEO and Chief Curator. During the last years, Netzach got a teaching certificate diploma (KC) and a diploma in curatorship and Museology (TAU). He did his Internship at the LIFE Museum, England.
 

Odkhuu Dorj, Incheon National University, Republic of Korea

Prof. Odkhuu Dorj received his BSc in Physics from the National University of Mongolia in 2004 and PhD in Physics from the University of Ulsan, South Korea, in 2012. For the following 2 years, he worked and involved as Postdoctoral Researcher and Senior Scientist in several renowned academic institutions including InsilicoTech, Samsung Electronics, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), California State University Northridge (CSUN), and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). He joined the Department of Physics in Incheon National University as an Assist. Professor in 2014 and promoted to Associate Professor in July, 2018. His research focuses on the density-functional theory material design and prediction of 2D materials, permanent magnetic and magnetoelectric materials, and energy storage materials. Currently, he is a member of American Physical Society, Korean Physical Society, and Korean Magnetic Society, and active Reviewer of Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Applied Physics, Nature Communication, Scientific Reports, etc. He has published more than 60 papers in peer-reviewed journals.
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Sonny H. Rhim, University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea

Sonny H. Rhim (Sung-Hyon Rhim) received l Ph.D from Northwestern University in 2007under supervision of Prof. Arthur J. Freeman. Before joining Northwestern, he achieved his BS and MS from Seoul National University, Korea, in 1997 and 2001, respectively.Then, he has worked as postdoc in University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with Prof. Michael Weinert until 2010.Later, he spent time as Research Associate at Northwestern and returned to Korea in 2014.Since then, he has been working at Department of Physics and Energy Harvest Storage Research Center (EHSRC) in University of Ulsan, Korea.His expertise lies in theoretical and computational condensed matter physics – optical properties, superconductivity, and magnetism.As he is from the group where FLAPW method, regarded highest precise method in electronic structure calculations,he is an expert of FLAPW and other electronic structure calculations and implementation. Recently, he has been working actively on spintronics – magnetocrystalline anisotropy, spin Hall effect and etc.
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Yasuhito Kinjo, Tokai University, Japan

Dr. Yasuhito Kinjo received his B.Sc. in Cell Biology from Chiba University. Then he worked for Tokyo Metropolitan Isotope Research Center from 1974-1997. He received Ph.D. in Biophysics from Rikkyo University in 1996. Following his Ph.D he worked for Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute for 20 years. After retiring the institute in 2017, he has been a visiting researcher at Tokai University. His research interests have been in the manner how double stranded DNA is organized into a eukaryotic chromosome and effects of ionizing radiation on human body. To clarify the fine structures of a chromosome, he has adopted various imaging techniques. Among them, X-ray microscopy has played a crucial role in imaging hydrated chromosomes at nm-scale resolution. Currently he has been continuing observation of mammalian chromosomes by X-ray microscopy.

 

Participants

 

Name

Affiliation

[Participating type*] Title of Presentation (Abstract link)

1
Aldarmaa Chuluunbaatar
Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Mongolia
[CS] Hydrogen Atom Ionization in Femtosecond Laser Field: Numerical Solution  of the TDSE  using CWFDVR Method (abstract)
 2
Altangoo Ochirbat
Mongolian National University of Education, Mongolia
 [PP]
3
Ariunbaysgalan Alyeksyei
University of Inner Mongolia, China
[CS] Magnetic Structure Evolution Induced Strong Magnetoelectric Coupling and Room Temperature Exchange Biases in La Doping Bi5Ti­3FeO15 Films (abstract)
4
Atsuko Murakami
Iinuma Hospital, Japan
[PP]
5
Atsushi Ito
Tokai University, Japan
[IS] Elemental and Molecular Imaging with X-Rays for Biomedical Applications: Calcium Mapping in Human Hair for a Possible Early Detection of Breast Cancer (abstract)
6
Baatar Tseepildorj
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[KS]  Introduction to History of Mongolian Sciences
[CS] The Half Mass of Particles Produced in π-c Interactions at 40 GeV/c and QCD Phase Transition
7
Baatarkhuu Damba
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] A Suitable Subcritical Assembly for Neutron Multiplication for Mongolia (abstract)
8
Badamkhatan Tuguldur
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
9
Badmaarag Altangerel
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
[CS] Investigation of Intracrystalline Residual Microstrain of a Quartz Containing Sample using the Neutron Time-of-Flight Diffraction (abstract)
10
Baljinnyam Khasbaatar
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Simulation of DNA Damage Induced by Heavy Ions in Bacteria and Lymphocyte Cells (abstract)
11
Batchimeg Battur
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Alpha-Clustering in (n,α) Reactions (abstract)
12
Batgerel Balt
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
13
Batmunkh Munkhbaatar
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
[CS] Computer Modeling of Radiation – Induced Damage to Hippocampal Cells (abstract)
14
Batzaya Enkhjargal
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
15
Bayanjargal Erdene
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] The XRD Study of Products Emerged from Arc-Discharge in Water (abstract)
 16
Bolormaa D
Mongolian University of Life Science
[CS] Study of wheat biotic stress
17
Davaadulam Gombosuren
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] Study on the Interaction of GA-K4 Undecapeptide with Model Cell Membranes (abstract)
18
Davaasambuu Jav
Mongolian National University, Mongolia
[PP]
19
Duurenbuyan Baatar
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] Optimal Concentration and Quenching Time of Photo-Chemiluminescence Intensity for Aqueous Solution of Human Serum Albumin (abstract)
20
Enerelt Urnukhsaikhan
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Carduus Crispus Extract-Mediated Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles: Their Characteristic and Antibacterial Activity (abstract)
21
Enkhbat Batbayar
Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea
[CS] Design and Analysis of ISO 11783 Task Controller’s Functionality ECU (abstract)
22
Enkhbat Tsedenbaljir
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[IS] Higgs Pair Production at LHC and ILC (abstract)
23
Enkhtsetseg Purevdagva
Mongolian State University of Agriculture, Mongolia
[CS] New Simulation Experiment Describe Quantum Spectra of Hydrogen Atom (abstract)
[CS] Innovation in Numerical Experiment for Teaching of Elementary Physics (abstract)
24
Enkhtuul Bayarsaikhan
 Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] A Study on the Development of “SEAVIT” Capsule (abstract)
25
Erdenetogtokh Jamsranjav
ATOX Co., Ltd., Japan
[PP]
26
Falk Liebner
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria
[KS] Current Trends in Lignocellulosic Material Chemistry with Particular Emphasis on Lightweight Open-Porous Aerogels (abstract)
27
Ganbat Duvjir
University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea
[CS] STM Study of the Monolayer VSE2 on Graphene (abstract)
28
Gansukh Tumurtushaa
Institute for Basic Science, Republic of Korea
[CS] Probing Reheating Temperature of the Universe with the Primordial Gravitational Waves (abstract)
29
Gantumur Battogtokh
The Catholic University of Korea, Republic of Korea
[CS] Biomaterial-Based Self-Assembled Nanoparticles for Hydrophobic Anticancer-Drug Delivery (abstract)
30
Gochoo Munkhjargal
National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
[CS] Non-Intrusive Device-Free Posture Recognition for Elderly People Using Deep Learning and Infrared Sensors (abstract)
31
Hideo Nitta
Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
[KS] Quantitative Analyses of Interactive Lectures on Introductory Physics (abstract)
32
Ikuo Nakanishi
National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan
[CS] Evaluation of the Radical-Scavenging Activity of Antioxidants in Water Using a Water-Solubilized  2, 2-Diphenyl-1-Picrylhydrazyl Radical (abstract)
33
Il Soon Hwang
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
[KS] Nuclear Energy Future for Sustainable World (abstract)
34
Jargalan Narmandakh
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
35
Jie Gao
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
[CS] Future 100km Electron Positron Circular Collider (CEPC): Opportunities and challenges for Human Being Scientifically and Politically (abstract)
36
Joonhee Kang
Intelligent Sensor Convergence Research Center, Republic of Korea
[KS] Employment of Graphical User Interface Software in the Science Education and Research (abstract)
37
Kazunori Anzai
Nihon Pharmaceutical University, Japan
[IS] Biological Applications of Stable Nitroxide Radicals as Redox Sensitive Compounds (abstract)
38
Kenichi Kuge
Chiba University, Japan
[IS] New Aspect of Nuclear Emulsion Plates for a Detector of Minute Radiation Tracks (abstract)
39
Ken-Ichiro Matsumoto
National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan
[CS] Reduction of TEMPOL in Highly Concentrated Hydrogen Peroxide caused by Oxidative Stimulation (abstract)
40
Khongorzul Baatartsogt
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] Magnetic Phase Stability and Elastic Constants in the BCC Fe-Cr Alloys (abstract)
[CS] Study of Crystal Structure of Natural Quartz (abstract)
41
Khukhsuvd Batsaikhan
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Preliminary Neutronic Analysis on VHTR Core Design (abstract)
 42
Mandakh D
Mongolian National University of Education, Mongolia
[PP]
43
Munkhbaatar Adiya
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Computer Simulation of Radiation Damage to Different Models of Neuron (abstract)
44
Munkhsaikhan Gonchigsuren
Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Mongolia
[PP]
 45
Munkhsaikhan Yadamjav
Mongolian National University of Education, Mongolia
[CS] Correlation Analysis of Learning Achievement and Knowledge about Science (abstract)
46
Munkhtsetseg Baatar
Ulaanbaatar State University, Mongolia
[CS] Transition Metal and Rare Earth Metal’s Sulphate Process (abstract)
47
Munkhtsetseg Sambuu
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Imidazolium Based Ionic Liquid as [Bmim]Cl Affecting Bituminous Coal Structure (abstract)
[CS] Application of Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy to the Characterization of Coals from Central and Eastern Mongolian Provinces  (abstract)
48
Narantsetseg Dorjgotov
Mongolian National University of Education, Mongolia
 [PP]
49
Netzach Farbiash
Carasso Science Park, Israel
[IS] Science Museum: An Essential Component of the Science Learning Ecosystem (abstract)
 50
Nyamdavaa Byambasuren
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Interaction of the GA-K4 Undecapeptide with Bacterial Cell Membrane (abstract)
51
Odkhuu Dorj
Incheon National University, Republic of Korea
 [CS] Towards 2D Nanomaterials Design and Manipulation (abstract)
52
Odsuren Myagmarjav
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Cluster Study of the Two-Alpha System (abstract)
53
Otgonsuren Dalkhjav
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] Comparison of Neutron Spectrum Measured by Nuclear Photo Emulsion Method with Monte Carlo GEANT4 Code (abstract)
 54
Oyungerel G
 Mongolian University of Education
[CS] A Study of Crystal Structure and Particle Size of Perovskite Type La1xCuxMnO3+d(x£0.1) Compounds Suspended in Water
55
Purevsuren Khaltar
Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
56
Saikhanbayar Chinzorig
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Some Possibilities to Carry Out Neutron Activation Analysis in Small Sized Research Reactor (abstract)
57
Sangaa Deleg
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
58
Sansarbayar Enkhbold
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
[CS] Possibility of Fast Neutron Detection with Position Sensitive Pixel Detector Timepix (abstract)
59
Sodbileg Tsogt-Ochir
Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea
[CS] Design of ISOBUS Virtual Terminal Server and Client’s for Precision Agriculture (abstract)
60
Sonny H. Rhim
University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea
[IS] Berryology in Magnetism-Computational and Theoretical Physics: Exploration for Spintronics and Else Using First-Principles Calculations (abstract)
 61
Suvd-Erdene Byambasuren
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] The Influence of Varying Environmental Temperature on the RHX Mass Gain of Clay Ceramics from Mongolia (abstract)
62
Tatsuo Shiina
Chiba University, Japan
[CS] LED Based Mini Raman Lidar for Hydrogen Gas Detection (abstract)
63
Tengis Saran
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[CS] Application of Different Luminescence Protocolsto Heated Quartz from Karakorum, Mongolia (abstract)
64
Togtokhtur Tudevdorj
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Study of Chemical Diffusion Reaction Induced by Charged Particle in the Neuronal DNA (abstract)
65
Tomoya Goda
Niihama College, Japan
[CS] Development of Fine Y3Fe5O12 Powder having High Heat Generation Ability in AC Magnetic Field (abstract)
66
Tsembelmaa Gereltsaikhan
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Preliminary Neutronic Analysis of the Lead Cooled Fast Reactor Core and Subassembly (abstract)
67
Tsendsuren Amarjargal
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Design Study on a Small Breed – and – Burn Type Fast Reactor Dedicated for Remote Areas of Mongolia (abstract)
68
Tsevelmaa Tumurbaatar
University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea
[CS] Electrochemical Manipulation of Magnetism and Magnetization Reorientation in LiFePO4 by Li-ion Intercalation (abstract)
 69
Tsogbadrakh Namsrai
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] High Entropy Alloys: A New Class of Structural Materials: Case of Ni FeCoCr (abstract)
70
Tsogbadrakh Mishig-Ochir
National University  of Mongolia, Mongolia
[PP]
71
Tuvjargal Norovsambuu
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[PP]
72
Uyanga Enkhnaran
Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia
[PP]
73
Yasuhito Kinjo
Tokai University, Japan
[IS] Fine Structures of Eukaryotic Chromosomes (abstract)
74
Zolbadral Tsoodol
National University of Mongolia, Mongolia
[CS] Production Calculation of Main Medical Isotopes by Tllys Code (abstract)
75
Zorigt Gombosuren
Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Mongolia
[CS] Fully Differential Cross Sections of Proton-Hydrogen and Antiproton- Hydrogen Collisions (abstract)

* KS: Tentative Keynote Speaker, IS: Invited Speaker, CS: Contributed Speaker (Oral or poster presentation), PP: Passive Participation (Non-presenting)

Participants list will be updated

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