Welcome to the Computational Science Research Center.

We support to achieve advanced natural science for the veritas of nature.

The ultimate goal of our center is due to contribution of developing scientific technology and establishing national science and technology policy by conducting study research and inquiries for the growth of natural science fields.

Objective of Foundation

We have super-computer with a globally high level of performance and by using this, we conduct cutting-edge research nationally and internationally. The research spans a variety of scales for essential fields of natural science, such as research from being in physically large-scale,

  1. Large-scale structure of the Universe including filament, cluster, IGM, and etc.
  2. Galaxy Evolution by generating N-body or Hydro-dynamic simulation.
  3. Brand-new theoretical model for the Dark Matter.

to that in small-scale,

  1. Experimental Particle Physics associated with international cooperation, CERN LHC and CMS.
  2. Detector development designing to observe new physics phenomena.

Moreover, using our proud computational resource with a high performance, we can conduct many severe and deep research that requires a lot of calculation. In this context, Our research center is specialized to conduct any research with Super-computing, Data Mining from Big Data, Deep & Machine Learning.

Our research center is the affiliated organization of Natural Science Research Institute (NSRI) which is the best authoritative research institute of University of Seoul (UOS). We have supported several business company by which we conducted R&D including modeling, simulation and data analysis that company needs, instead of them, and we have also been in a variety of Government-promoted research by supporting works such as GPU’s parallel calculation and Analysis for Big Data Process, and Generating Hydro-dynamics Simulation of astrophysics and particle physics.

In short,

  1. In study business and in academic work Held academic events related to natural science.
  2. Performed with numerous learning institutes, public institution and industrial science and technical service. Cooperative study work and academic exchange to domestic and international institutes. An adviser of scientific technique and of other consulting activity.
  3. Performed as an adviser of national science and technology policy.
  4. Other mandatory work confirmed by other laboratory.

We are committed to providing a positive environment that supports everyone in reaching their potential.



Our research themes include theoretical studies and cosmology covering the whole of astrophysics.


Condensed matter physics identifies the physical properties of condensed phases of matter. The phenomenon of electrons, atoms, spins, or other various components inside a solid material is described through quantum mechanics. These described phenomena are predicted through theory and calculation and proved through experiments. Therefore, theory, calculation, and experiment are very important factors in Condensed matter physics.

Nano Structure Analysis & Application Laboratory

Nano Structure Analysis and Application Laboratory (NSAL) focuses on fundamental properties and applications of low-dimensional materials such as quantum dots and two-dimensional materials. We fabricate the low-dimensional materials using chemical methods and sputtering. We are interested in their optical, electrical, opto-electronic properties and electronic structure. Photoluminescence, Raman spectroscopy, I-V characteristics, and photoelectron spectroscopy are our main analysis techniques. We investigate a new application of the materials such as solar cells, photodetectors, LEDs, and transistors.


Optical Spectroscopy of Quantum Materials

Our research interest lies mainly on novel quantum materials with exotic optical properties. For this we measure optical transitions of various quantum matters such as Dirac-Weyl semimetals, 2d materials (graphene and TMDC), and strongly correlated transition metal oxides, utilizing wide-range infrared /optical spectrometers. We also characterize 2D material-based optical devices such as photoconductor and field effect transistors.


Smart Film Lab

Focused on synthesis and electronic structure study of low-dimensional systems: oxide films and chalcogenide materials. Characterizations by using photoemission (XPS, ARPES), transport (Hall, 4-probe), optical (ellipsometry, PL, Raman), structural(XRD), and microscopic(AFM) measurements. We welcome open collaboration with various researchers for studying the interesting physical properties of low-dimensional systems.


University of Seoul QMT

Theoretical and computational research in our group aims to understand the properties of hybrid 2D materials and their possible implications in new technologies.



Particle physics is the study of the most fundamental physics, the building blocks of matter and their interactions. The Standard Model of Particle Physics contains all the known particles and force carriers.


Statistical mechanics provides a powerful tool for understanding macroscopic systems on the basis of microscopic laws governing the dynamics of their constituents. Its ever-increasing use is not limited to physical sciences but extends to as diverse subjects as biological and social sciences.

Professor NOH, JAE DONG


Complex Systems and Network Science Lab

Our research focuses on Complex systems, Network science and Science of science.