2022 Topical Symposia
Emerging Energy Science(EES)
O3:1/17 09:00~10:30
O4:1/17 13:30~15:00
 董崇禮 (淡江大學物理學系)
Chung-Li Dong ( Department of Physics, Tamkang University )/
林彥谷 (國家同步輻射研究中心)
Yan-Gu Lin ( National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center )

The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), held in November 2021, is the most important meeting to evaluate the responses of governments to climate change for the first time after the Paris Agreement. To avoid severe climate change, the adoption of the Glasgow Climate Pact and the reaffirmation of the Paris Agreement's 1.5 °C limit become crucial. This is also a first agreement that explicitly mentions we must reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 50% by 2030 and eventually achieve net zero emission by 2050, and will formulate carbon market rules.

Therefore, the government announced Taiwan's "2050 Net-Zero Emission Pathway" in 2022 to meet the standards of the convention, and plans to further increase renewable energy (~65%), hydrogen energy (~10%), thermal power combined with carbon capture (~25%) to achieve effectively decarbonization.

However, Taiwan's energy imports still account for more than 90% of the total, and how to achieve carbon neutrality from reducing to phasing out coal is a big challenge. The "Emerging Energy Science" forum will focus on various emerging green energy and technologies, covering hydrogen energy, solar energy, artificial photosynthesis, nanocatalysis, energy storage secondary batteries, supercapacitors, thermoelectric and other energy materials. Through the exchange of basic scientific research across fields (nanoscience, semiconductors, optics and optoelectronics), integrating technology and scientific research knowledge, we hope to accelerate the research and development of domestic energy technology, adjust the energy structure with active actions in response to climate change, and achieve net-zero emission target.

聯合國氣候變遷大會(COP26)於2021年11月舉行,為「巴黎協定」後就各國政府在全球氣候變遷之因應首次進行評量的最重要會議。避免日益嚴重的氣候變遷,通過了「格拉斯哥氣候公約」,重申「巴黎協定」1.5 °C的限溫,對於溫室氣體的控制變得至關重要。並為首次明確提及減碳的氣候協議,須在2030年將二氧化碳排放量減少五成,並在2050年達到淨零排放,同時也將制定碳市場規則。因此,政府於2022年公布台灣「2050淨零排放路徑」以因應公約標準,規劃將再提高再生能源 (~65%)、氫能(~10%)、火力發電結合碳捕捉(~25%)占比,以達有效去碳化。惟至今台灣能源進口仍高居九成以上,如何從減少到淘汰煤能以達碳中和實為一大挑戰。「新興能源科學」論壇將著重各種新興綠色能源與技術,涵蓋氫能、太陽能、人工光合作用、奈米催化、儲能二次電池及超電容、熱電等能源材料。透過跨領域(奈米科學,半導體,光學光電)之基礎科學研究交流,整合技術與科研知識,盼能加速國內能源科技之研究發展以積極具體的氣候變遷行動調整能源結構,早日達到能源轉型淨零排放目標。

Correlated many-body dynamics(CMD)

O4:1/17 13:30~15:00
O5:1/17 17:00~18:00
Yi-Ping Huang ( Department of Physics, National Tsing-Hua University)/
Chia-Min Chung ( Department of Physics, National Sun Yat-sen University)/
林及仁 (國立陽明交通大學物理研究所)
C.-J. David Lin (Institute of Physics, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University)

Many-body quantum dynamics lie at the interface between quantum statistics, quantum information, and fundamental understanding of universe. In addition to its connection with fundamental science, it also plays an important role in future quantum technologies. The challenging subject is driven by recent discoveries based on the synergy between advanced theoretical understanding and frontier numerical methods on interdisciplinary platforms where novel discoveries, such as disorder-free localization, quantum scars, and its connection with statistical physics, were found.


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