Woun Kang Professor

Department of Physics

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Woun Kang is a professor in Department of Physics/College of Natural Science. He received his Ph.D. from University of Paris XI with the study on organic conductors and joined the Ewha faculty in 1992. Prof. Kang is a low temperature physicist who is also fascinated with material properties. His present research interests are low-dimensional electron systems under extreme environments such as low temperature/high magnetic field/high pressure and quantum limit behavior of low-density metals. He published about 120 research papers in SCI journals and established strong international collaboration with scientists in Japan, France, and U.S.A. He is also a member of the international advisory board of the ISCOM which is a leading international conference on organic superconductors.
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  • 02-3277-2371
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Research Record
  • Enhancement of localized superconductivity in BaFe2As2 films via Co-ion implantation APL Materials, 2024, v.12 no.3, 31120
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Cernox thermometer under hydrostatic pressure for enhanced temperature accuracy Review of Scientific Instruments, 2023, v.94 no.4, 44901
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Boundary conductance in macroscopic bismuth crystals Nature Communications, 2022, v.13 no.1, 189
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Enhanced vortex pinning with possible antiferromagnetic order in FeSe under pressure PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 2022, v.105 no.3, 35133
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Low-field magnetic anisotropy of Sr2IrO4 Journal of Physics Condensed Matter, 2022, v.34 no.13, 135802
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Quantum transport evidence of isolated topological nodal-line fermions Nature Communications, 2022, v.13 no.1, 7188
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Strong antiferromagnetic proximity coupling in the heterostructure superconductor Sr2VO3-δFeAs Physical Review B, 2022, v.105 no.21, 214505
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Complete mapping of magnetic anisotropy for prototype Ising van der Waals FePS3 2D Materials, 2021, v.8 no.3, 35011
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Orbit topology analyzed from π phase shift of magnetic quantum oscillations in three-dimensional Dirac semimetal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2021, v.118 no.29, e2023027118
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Observation of in-plane magnetic field induced phase transitions in FeSe PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 2020, v.101 no.22, 224509
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Antiferromagnet-Based Spintronic Functionality by Controlling Isospin Domains in a Layered Perovskite Iridate Advanced Materials, 2018, v.30 no.52, 1805564
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Large anomalous Hall current induced by topological nodal lines in a ferromagnetic van der Waals semimetal NATURE MATERIALS, 2018, v.17 no.9, 794-
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Pressure-induced metal–insulator transitions in chalcogenide NiS2-xSex Physica B: Condensed Matter, 2018, v.536, 235-238
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Tunable magnetoresistance in thin-film graphite field-effect transistor by gate voltage PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 2018, v.98 no.15, 155136
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • In-plane magnetic anisotropy in strontium iridate Sr2IrO4 PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 2017, v.96 no.15
    SCIE dColl.
  • Colossal Seebeck Coefficient of Hopping Electrons in (TMTSF)2 PF6 Physical Review Letters, 2016, v.116 no.8
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Large magnetic anisotropy in canted antiferromagnetic Sr2IrO4 single crystals Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 2016, v.93 no.9
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • NMR Evidences of the Coupling between Conduction Electrons and Molecular Degrees of Freedom in the Exotic Member of the Bechgaard Salt (TMTSF)(2)FSO3 JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN, 2016, v.85 no.12
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Angle Dependence of the Orbital Magnetoresistance in Bismuth PHYSICAL REVIEW X, 2015, v.5 no.2
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Electric field-induced valley degeneracy lifting in uniaxial strained graphene: Evidence from magnetophonon resonance Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 2015, v.91 no.11
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Origin of the Large Anisotropic g Factor of Holes in Bismuth Physical Review Letters, 2015, v.115 no.21
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Possible quantum Hall effect in a magnetic-field-induced phase transition in the quasi-one-dimensional CDW organic conductor, HMTSF-TCNQ PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER, 2015, v.460, 241-244
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Quantum Oscillation Signatures of Pressure-induced Topological Phase Transition in BiTeI Scientific Reports, 2015, v.5
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Magnetic-field-induced phase transitions in the quasi-one-dimensional organic conductor HMTSF-TCNQ LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS, 2014, v.40 no.4, 371-376
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • Upper critical field and superconducting anisotropy of BaFe2-xRuxAs2 (X=0.48 and 0.75) single crystals Progress in Superconductivity and Cryogenics (PSAC), 2014, v.16 no.4, 31-35
    KCI Scopus dColl.
  • Valley-Polarized Interlayer Conduction of Anisotropic Dirac Fermions in SrMnBi2 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 2014, v.113 no.15
    SCIE Scopus dColl.
  • [학술지논문] Boundary conductance in macroscopic bismuth crystals NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 2022, v.13 no.1 , 189-189
    SCI
  • [학술지논문] Enhanced vortex pinning with possible antiferromagnetic order in FeSe under pressure PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 2022, v.105 no.3 , 0351331-0351338
    SCI
  • [학술지논문] Low-field magnetic anisotropy of Sr2IrO4 JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER, 2022, v.34 no.13 , 1358021-1358026
    SCI
Courses
  • 2024-1st

    • General Physics Ⅰ

      • Subject No 20409Class No 04
      • 1Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 4~4 (SCI-AA) , Fri 5~5 (102)
    • Thermal and Statistical Physics Ⅱ

      • Subject No 30234Class No 01
      • 4Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 6~6 (POSCO361) , Fri 4~4 (POSCO361)
      • Major Requisite
  • 2023-2nd

  • 2023-1st

  • 2022-2nd

    • General Physics II

      • Subject No 30002Class No 03
      • 1Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 3~3 (POSCO363) , Fri 2~2 (POSCO363)
    • Thermal and Statistical Physics I

      • Subject No 30233Class No 01
      • 3Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 4~4 (POSCO366) , Fri 5~5 (POSCO366)
      • Major Requisite
  • 2022-1st

    • General Physics I

      • Subject No 20409Class No 02
      • 1Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 6~6 (POSCO453) , Fri 4~4 (POSCO453)
    • Thermal and Statistical Physics II

      • Subject No 30234Class No 01
      • 4Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 7~7 (POSCO366) , Fri 6~6 (POSCO366)
      • Major Requisite
  • 2021-2nd

    • General Physics

      • Subject No 30001Class No 01
      • 1Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 2~2 , Fri 3~3
    • Thermal and Statistical Physics I

      • Subject No 30233Class No 01
      • 3Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 4~4 , Fri 5~5
      • Major Requisite
  • 2021-1st

    • General Physics I

      • Subject No 20409Class No 07
      • 1Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 5~5 , Thu 6~6
    • Thermal and Statistical Physics II

      • Subject No 30234Class No 01
      • 4Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 3~3 , Thu 2~2
      • Major Requisite