CURRICULUM VITAE

Chueng-Ryong Ji

Department of Physics

North Carolina State University

Office: (919)515-3478 | Home:(919)571-7195 | FAX:(919)515-6538

E-Mail: JI@NCSU.EDU


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Career

1997-present : Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina State University

2013-2015: Director of Graduate Program, Department of Physics, North Carolina State University

1992-1997 : Associate Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina State University

1993, Fall : Visiting Professor, Department of Physics, Seoul National University

1987-1992 : Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina State University

1990, summer : Theory Consultant, Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility

1986-1987 : Research Associate, Department of Physics, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

1984-1986 : Postdoctoral Research Affiliate, Department of Physics, Stanford University

1982-1984 : Visiting Scholar, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

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Education

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Refereed Journal Publication

  1. "Dark matter phenomenology of high speed galaxy cluster collisions" Eur. Phys. J. C77, no. 8, 505 (2017) (with Y. Mishchenko).
  2. "Matter Equation of State in General Relativity" Phys. Rev. D95, no. 8, 084045 (2017) (with H.-M. Choi).
  3. "Two-particle Twist-3 Distribution Amplitudes of Pion and Kaon in the Light-Front Quark Model" Phys. Rev. D95, no. 5, 056002 (2017) (with H.-M. Choi).
  4. "The -meson time-like form factors in sub-leading pQCD"Phys. Lett. B763, 87 (2016) (with J. P. B. C. de Melo and T. Frederico).
  5. "Strange quark asymmetry in the proton in chiral e ective theory"Phys. Rev. D94, no. 9, 094035 (2016) (with X. G. Wang, W. Melnitchouk, Y. Salamu, A. W. Thomas and P. Wang).
  6. "Constraints on s 􀀀 s asymmetry of the proton in chiral e ective theory"Phys. Lett. B762, 52 (2016) (with X. G. Wang, W. Melnitchouk, Y. Salamu, A. W. Thomas and P. Wang)
  7. "Pion structure function from leading neutron electroproduction and SU(2) flavor asymmetry" Phys. Rev. D93, 054011 (2016) (with J.-R.McKenney, N.Sato and W.Melnitchouk).
  8. "Interpolating Helicity Spinors Between the Instant Form and the Light-front Form" Phys. Rev. D92, 105014 (2015) (with Z.Li and M.An).
  9. "Variational analysis of mass spectra and decay constants for ground state pseudoscalar and vector mesons in the light-front quark model" Phys. Rev. C92, 055203 (2015) (with H.-M.Choi, Z.Li and H.-Y. Ryu).
  10. "d̄ - ū asymmetry in the proton in chiral effective theory" Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 122001 (2015) (with Y. Salamu, W. Melnitchouk and P.Wang).
  11. "The Electromagnetic Gauge Field Interpolation between the Instant Form and the Front Form of the Hamiltonian Dynamics" Phys. Rev. D91, 065020 (2015) (with Z.Li and A.Suzuki).
  12. "Consistency of the Light-Front Quark Model with the Chiral Symmetry in the Pseudoscalar Meson Analysis" Phys. Rev. D91, 014018 (2015) (with H.-M.Choi).
  13. "Self-consistent covariant description of vector meson decay constants and chirality-even quark-antiquark distribution amplitudes up to twist-3 in the light-front quark model" Phys. Rev. D89, 033011 (2014) (with H.-M.Choi).
  14. "Nuclear chromodynamics: Novel nuclear phenomena predicted by QCD" Prog. Part. Nucl. Phys. 74, 1 (2014) (with B.Bakker).
  15. "Anatomy of relativistic pion loop corrections to the electromagnetic nucleon coupling" Phys. Rev. D88, 076005 (2013) (with W.Melnitchouk and A.W.Thomas).
  16. "Comment on 'Taming the pion cloud of the nucleon'," Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 179101 (2013) (with W.Melnitchouk and A.W.Thomas).
  17. "Conceptual Issues Concerning Generalized Parton Distributions" Int. J. Mod. Phys. E22, 1330002 (2013) (with B.Bakker).
  18. "Ideas of Four-Fermion Operators in Electromagnetic Form Factor Calculations" Phys. Rev. D87, 093004 (2013) (with B.Bakker,H.-M.Choi and A.Suzuki).
  19. "Pion Momentum Distributions in the Nucleon in Chiral Effective Theory" Phys. Rev. D87, 056009 (2013) (with M. Burkardt, K.S. Hendricks, W. Melnitchouk and A.W. Thomas).
  20. "Interpolating Scattering Amplitudes between Instant Form and Front Form of Relativistic Dynamics" Phys. Rev. D87, 065015 (2013) (with A. Suzuki).
  21. "Light-Front Dynamic Analysis of Bound States in Scalar Field Model" Phys. Rev. D86, 054011 (2012) (with Y. Tokunaga).
  22. "Spin Filter in Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering Amplitudes" Phys. Rev. D83, 091502(R) (2011) (with B.Bakker).
  23. "Light-Front Dynamic Analysis of Transition Form Factors in the Process of P → Vℓν" Nucl. Phys. A856, 95 (2011) (with H.-M.Choi).
  24. "Light-Front Zero-Mode Contribution to the Tensor Form Factors for the Exclusive Rare PV+- Decays" Phys. Lett. B696, 518 (2011) (with H.-M.Choi).
  25. On Flavor Conservation in Weak Interaction Decays involving Mixed Neutrinos, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A25, 4179 (2010) (with M.Blasone, A.Capolupo and G.Vitiello).
  26. Nonleptonic Two-Body Decays of the $B_c$ Meson in Light-Front Quark Model and QCD Factorization Approach, Phys. Rev. D80, 114003 (2009) (with H.-M.Choi).
  27. Equivalence of pion loops in equal-time and light-front dynamics, Phys. Rev. D, in press (2009); arXiv:0906.3497 [nucl-th] (with W. Melnitchouk and A.W.Thomas).
  28. Semileptonic and radiative decays of the Βc meson in light-front quark model, Phys. Rev. D, in press (2009); arXiv:0903.0455 [hep-ph] (with H.-M.Choi).
  29. Conformal Symmetry and Pion Form Factor: Space- and Time-like Region, Phys. Rev. D77, 113004 (2008) (with H.-M.Choi).
  30. Perturbative QCD analysis of exclusive J ⁄ &psi + &etac production in e+e annihilation, Phys. Rev. D76, 094010 (2007) (with H.-M.Choi).
  31. Zero-Mode Contribution in Nucleon-Delta Transition, Phys. Rev. D76, 074009 (2007) (with J.Yu, T.Wang, and B.Q.Ma).
  32. The Box Diagram in Yukawa Theory, Phys. Rev. D75, 065010 (2007) (with B.Bakker and J.Boomsma).
  33. Distribution amplitudes and decay constants for (π, Κ, ρ, Κ*) mesons in light-front quark model, Phys. Rev. D75, 034019 (2007) (with H.-M.Choi).
  34. Canonical Transformation and Duality in 1+1 Dimensional φ4 and φ6 Theory, J. Korean Phys. Soc. 49, 2253 (2006) (with J.-I.Kim, D.-P.Min and A. Vinnikov).
  35. Conformal symmetry and pion form factor: Soft and hard contributions, Phys. Rev. D74, 093010 (2006) (with H.-M.Choi).
  36. PQCD analysis of exclusive e+e → D[s]+D[s] cross section at √s=10.6 GeV, Phys. Rev. D73, 114020 (2006) (with H.-M.Choi).
  37. Higher Fock State Contributions to the Generalized Parton Distribution of Pion, Phys. Rev. D73, 114013 (2006) (with Y.Mishchenko and A.Radyushkin).
  38. Real and Virtual Nucleon Compton Scattering in the Perturbative Limit, Phys. Rev. D73, 054023 (2006) (with R.Thomson and A.Pang).
  39. Light-Front Wavefunction Dependence of Quark Recombination, Phys. Rev. C73, 054901 (2006) (with B.Hong and D.-P.Min).
  40. Instanton-inspired Model of QCD Phase Transition and Bubble Dynamics, Phys. Rev. D73, 085003 (2006) (with G.Kang and J.Lee).
  41. The Parity Determination of the Pentaquark &Theta+ from Photoproduction near Threshold, J. Phys. G32, 387 (2006) (with B.G.Yu and T.K.Choi).
  42. The Light-Front Zero-Mode Contribution to the Good Current in Weak Transition, Phys. Rev. D72, 013004 (2005) (with H.-M.Choi).
  43. Manifestations of the Vector Anomaly in Covariant and Light-Front Calculations of the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of W± Bosons, Phys. Rev. D71, 053005 (2005) (with B.Bakker).
  44. Time-to-Space Conversion in Quantum Field Theory of Flavor Mixing, Annals of Physics 315, 488 (2005) (with Y.Mishchenko).
  45. Investigating the Parity of the Exotic &Theta+ Baryon from Kaon Photoproduction, Phys. Rev. C70, 045205 (2004) (with B.-G.Yu and T.-K.Choi).
  46. Electromagnetic structure of the ρ- meson in the light-front quark model, Phys. Rev. D70, 053015 (2004) (with H.-M.Choi).
  47. Phenomenology of Flavor Oscillations with Non-Perturbative Effects from Quantum Field Theory, Phys. Lett. B594, 135 (2004) (with A.Capolupo, Y.Mishchenko and G.Vitiello).
  48. Radiative Scalar Meson Decays in the Light Front Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D68, 054026 (2003) (with M.DeWitt and H.-M.Choi)
  49. Molar Mass Estimate of Dark Matter from the Dark Mass Distribution Measurements, Phys. Rev. D68, 063503 (2003) (with Y.Mishchenko)
  50. Angular Conditions, Relations between Breit and Light-Front Frames, and Subleading Power Corrections, Phys. Rev. D67, 116002 (2003) (with C.Carlson)
  51. Transition Form Factors between Pseudoscalar and Vector Mesons in Light-Front Dynamics, Phys. Rev. D67, 113007 (2003) (with B.Bakker and H.-M.Choi)
  52. Continuity of Generalized Parton Distributions for the Pion Virtual Compton Scattering, Phys. Rev. D66, 053011 (2002) (with H.-M.Choi and L.S.Kisslinger)
  53. The Vector Meson Form Factor Analysis in Light-Front Dynamics, Phys. Rev. D65, 116001 (2002) (with B.Bakker and H.M.Choi)
  54. General Theory of Quantum Field Mixing, Phys. Rev. D65, 096015 (2002) (with Y.Mishchenko)
  55. Light-Front Quark Model Analysis of Rare Β → Κl+l Decays, Phys. Rev. D65, 074032 (2002) (with H.M.Choi and L.S.Kisslinger)
  56. Frame Dependence of the Angular Conditions for the Spin-One Form Factors in the Light-Front Dynamics, Phys. Rev. D65, 073002 (2002) (with B.Bakker)
  57. Reduced Nuclear Amplitude Analysis of the Deuteron Pi0 Photoproduction, Phys. Rev. D, in press (with S.J.Brodsky, J.Hiller and G.Miller)
  58. Skewed Quark Distribution of the Pion in the Light-Front Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D, in press (with H.M.Choi and L.Kisslinger)
  59. Nonperturbative Vacuum Effect on the Quantum Field Theory of Meson Mixing, Phys. Rev. D, in press (with Y.Mishchenko)
  60. Poincare Invariant Algebra From Instant to Light-Front Quantization, Phys. Rev. D, in press (with C.Mitchell)
  61. New Effective Treatment of the Light-Front Nonvalence Contribution in Timelike Exclusive Processes, Phys. Lett. B513, 330 (2001) (with H.M.Choi)
  62. Kl3 Transition Form Factors, Phys. Rev. D64, 014032 (2001) (with P. Maris)
  63. Rotation Averaged Dispersion Relations in the Lightcone Time-Ordered Perturbation Theory, Phys. Rev. D64, 025009 (2001) (with G.H.Kim and D.P.Min)
  64. Pion form factor and quark mass evolution in a light-front Bethe-Salpeter model, Phys. Rev. D63, 113005 (2001) (with L.S.Kisslinger and H.M.Choi)
  65. Regularizing the Divergent Structure in the Light-Front Currents, Phys. Rev. D63, 074014 (2001) (with B.L.G.Bakker and H.M.Choi)
  66. Exploring the Timelike Region for the Elastic Form Factor in the Light-Front Quantization, Nucl. Phys. A679, 735 (2001) (with H.M.Choi)
  67. Flow Equations for Quark-Gluon Interactions in Light-Front QCD, Phys. Rev. D62, 125012 (2000) (with E.Gubankova and S.Cotanch)
  68. Frame-Independence of Exclusive Amplitudes in the Light-Front quantization, Phys. Rev. D62, 085020 (2000) (with C.Mitchell)
  69. Disentangling Intertwined Embedded-States and Spin Effects in Light-Front Quantization, Phys. Rev. D62, 074014 (2000) (with B.L.G. Bakker)
  70. Flow equations for gluodynamics in the Coulomb gauge, Phys. Rev. D62, 074001 (2000) (with E.Gubankova and S.Cotanch)
  71. Renormalization-Scale-Invariant PQCD Predictions for Re+ e- and the Bjorken Sum Rule at Next-to-Leading Order, Phys. Rev. D61, 114011 (2000) (with M. Binger and D. Robertson)
  72. Light-cone quark model analysis of radially excited pseudoscalar and vector mesons, Phys. Rev. D60, 094020 (1999) (with D. Arndt)
  73. Light-Front Quark Model Analysis of Exclusive 0- --> 0- Semileptonic Heavy Meson Decays, Phys. Lett. B460, 461 (1999) (with H.M.Choi)
  74. Quantum Field Theory of Meson Mixing, Phys. Rev. D60, 056005 (1999) (with M. Binger)
  75. Renormalized Effective QCD Hamiltonian: Gluonic Sector, Phys. Rev. D59, 074019 (1999) (with D.G.Robertson,E.S.Swanson,A.P.Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch)
  76. Mixing Angles and Electromagnetic Properties of Ground State Pseudoscalar and Vector Meson Nonets in the Light-Cone Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D59, 074015 (1999) (with H.M.Choi)
  77. Kaon Electroweak Form Factors in the Light-Front Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D59, 034001 (1999) (with H.M.Choi).
  78. Rotation Average in Light Cone Time-Ordered Perturbation Thory, Phys. Rev. D58, 105020 (1998) (with G.H.Kim and D.P.Min).
  79. Nonvanishing Zero-Modes in the Light-Front Current, Phys. Rev. D58, 071901 (1998) (with H.M.Choi).
  80. Coupled Channel Analysis of S-Wave Pi Pi and K \bar K Photoproduction, Phys. Rev.C58, 1205 (1998) (with R. Kaminski,L.Lesniak,A.Szczepaniak and R.Williams).
  81. Comments on "QCD fragmentation functions for Bc and Bc* production", Phys. Rev.D57, 7048 (1998) (with M. Binger and F.Amiri).
  82. Cooling Modes of Neutron Star, Phys. Rev.D57, 5963 (1998) (with D.P.Min).
  83. A Consistent Analysis of the O(\alpha_s) Corrections to the Pion Elastic Form Factor, Phys. Rev.D57, 2813 (1998) (with A.Szczepaniak and A.Radyushkin).
  84. Optimal Renormalization Scale and Scheme for Exclusive Processes, Phys. Rev.D57, 245 (1998) (with S.J.Brodsky,A.Pang and D.Robertson).
  85. Relations among the Light-Cone Quark Models with the Invariant Meson Mass Scheme and the Model Prediction of \eta-\eta' mixing, Phys.Rev.D56, 6010 (1997) (with H.M.Choi).
  86. Light-Cone Quark Model Predictions for Radiative Meson Decays, Nucl.Phys. A618, 291 (1997) (with H.M.Choi).
  87. Non-abelian Berry's phase in a slowly rotating electric field, Journal of Mathematical Physics 38, 1281 (1997) (with H.M.Choi and H.K.Lee).
  88. Going beyond the Peaking Approximation in the PQCD Analysis of Exclusive Heavy Meson Pair Production, Phys.Rev.D55, 1253 (1997) (with A.Pang).
  89. Heavy Meson Pair Production in Polarized e+ e- Annihilation, Phys. Lett. B384, 241 (1996) (with F.Amiri).
  90. Light-Front View of the Axial Anomaly, Phys. Rev. D53, 5815 (1996) (with S.J.Rey).
  91. Glueball Spectroscopy in a Relativistic Many-Body Approach to Hadron Structure, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 2011 (1996) (with A.Szczepaniak, E.Swanson and S.R.Cotanch).
  92. Nucleon Structure in a Relativistic Quark Model, Phys. Rev. C52, 2738 (1995) (with A.Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch).
  93. Quantization Dependence in a Constituent Quark Model, Phys. Rev. D52, 5284 (1995) (with A.Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch).
  94. Lightcone View on the Applicability of Perturbative QCD for Exclusive Processes, Phys. Rev. D52, 4038 (1995) (with C.-Y.Pang and A.Szczepaniak).
  95. The self-energy effects on the rotation symmetry in the lightcone quantized scalar fields scattering, Phys. Rev. D51, 879 (1995) (with Gwang-Ho Kim and Dong-Pil Min).
  96. A spinor technique in symbolic Feynman diagram calculation , Journal of Computational Physics 115, 267-275 (1994) (with C.-Y.Pang).
  97. Significant nonvalence components in heavy quark systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 2538 (1994) (with A. Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch).
  98. The self-energy corrections to the lightcone two-body equation in phi3-theories, Phys. Lett. B322, 389 (1994).
  99. Generalized relativistic meson wave function, Phys. Rev. D49, 3466 (1994) (with A. Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch).
  100. Kinematically accessible vector meson resonance enhancements in p(K-, e+*e-)*lambda, sigma0, lambda(1405), Phys. Rev. C48, 1318 (1993) (with R.A.Williams and S.R.Cotanch).
  101. lambda, sigma0 and lambda(1405) electroproduction in a crossing- and duality- constrained model, Phys. Rev. C46, 1617 (1992) (with R.A.Williams and S.R.Cotanch).
  102. Calculation of scattering with the light-cone two-body equation in phi3-theories, Phys. Rev. D46, 3565 (1992) (with Y. Surya).
  103. Light-cone quark-model axial vector meson wavefunction, Phys. Rev. D45, 4214 (1992) (with P.L.Chung and S.R Cotanch).
  104. Anomalous dimensions of baryon multiplets in SU(N) (N > 3) Flavor Symmetry, Phys. Rev. D44, 1516 (1991) (with C.-Y.Pang).
  105. Crossing and duality consistent study of lambda, sigma0 and lambda(1405) production by kaon photoproduction and radiative capture, Phys. Rev. C43, 45 (1991) (with R.A.Williams and S.R.Cotanch).
  106. Perturbative QCD analysis of the pion and kaon form factors and pair production in photon-photon collisions using a frozen coupling constant, Phys. Rev. D42, 3764 (1990) (with F. Amiri).
  107. Comment on "Understanding Electroweak Couplings of the Pion as a qq Composite", Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 1848 (1990) (with S.R.Cotanch).
  108. Simple relativistic quark model analysis of flavored pseudoscalar mesons, Phys. Rev. D41, 2319 (1990) (with S.R.Cotanch).
  109. Crossing consistent analysis of kaon photoproduction and radiative capture, Phys. Rev. D41, 1449 (1990) (with R.A.Williams and S.R.Cotanch).
  110. Crossing constraints for hyperon reactions, Phys. Rev. C38, 2691 (1988) (with S.R.Cotanch).
  111. Exclusive production of heavy mesons in e+ e- annihilation, Phys. Rev. D38, 776 (1988) (with F.Amiri).
  112. Basis for relativistic models of nuclear structure in quantum chromodynamics, Phys. Rev. C37, 265 (1988) (with L.S.Celenza and C.M.Shakin).
  113. Bound state problem in quantum field theory: linear and nonlinear dynamics, Phys. Rev. D36, 2506 (1987) (with L.S.Celenza and C.M.Shakin).
  114. Perturbative quantum chromodynamic prediction for the heavy quark fragmentation function, Phys. Lett. 195B, 593 (1987) (with F.Amiri).
  115. Nontopological solitons in strongly coupled QED, Phys. Rev. D36, 2144 (1987) (with L.S.Celenza and C.M.Shakin).
  116. Coherent-state representation for the QCD ground state, Phys. Rev. D36, 895 (1987) (with L.S.Celenza and C.M.Shakin).
  117. Leading order perturbative QCD calculation of nucleon Dirac form factors, Phys. Rev. D36, 165 (1987) (with A.F.Sill and R.M.Lombard-Nelson).
  118. Perturbative QCD predictions for inclusive production of heavy mesons in e+ e- annihilation, Phys. Rev. D35, 3318 (1987) (with F.Amiri).
  119. Perturbative QCD Analysis of exclusive pair production of higher generation nucleons, Phys. Rev. D34, 3350 (1986) (with A.F.Sill).
  120. Quantum chromodynamic evolution of six-quark states, Phys. Rev. D34, 1460 (1986) (with S.J.Brodsky).
  121. Factorization property of the deuteron form factor, Phys. Rev. D33, 2653 (1986) (with S.J.Brodsky).
  122. Quantum chromodynamic evolution of the baryon system, Phys. Rev. D33, 1951 (1986) (with S.J.Brodsky).
  123. Evolution of multiquark relativistic systems, Phys. Rev. D33, 1406 (1986) (with S.J.Brodsky).
  124. Analytic calculation of the bound state spectrum in the light-cone two-body equation, Phys. Lett. 167B, 16 (1986).
  125. Bound state spectrum from the light-cone two-body equation in phi3-theories, Phys. Lett. 167B, 11 (1986) (with R.Furnstahl).
  126. Exclusive production of higher-generation hadrons and form-factor zeros in quantum chromodynamics, Phys. Rev. Lett. 55, 2257 (1986) (with S.J.Brodsky).
  127. Exclusive heavy meson production in Z0-decay, Phys. Rev. D32, 2982 (1985) (with F.Amiri and B.C.Harms).
  128. Evolution equation and relativistic bound state wave functions for scalar field models in four and six dimensions, Phys. Rev. D32, 1530 (1985) (with S.J.Brodsky and M.Sawicki).
  129. Quantum chromodynamic predictions for the deuteron form factor, Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 83 (1983) (with S.J.Brodsky and G.P.Lepage).
  130. Transversely polarized e+*e- annihilation into three jets in the broken color gauge theory, Phys. Lett. 109B, 79 (1982) (with J.K.Kim).
  131. Large PT reactions in broken color gauge theory, Phys. Rev. D22, 656 (1980) (with J.K.Kim and H.J.Shin).
  132. The effects of the charged gluon jets in the transversely polarized e+*e- annihilation, Phys. Lett. 93B, 477 (1980) (with J.K.Kim).
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Invited Papers, Publications and Presentations

  1. Interpolation between the Instant Form and the Front Form of Relativistic Dynamics,
    in Light-Cone 2016: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light Front,
    Lisbon, Portugal, September 5-8, 2016.
  2. Light-front eld theory in the description of hadrons,
    in XIIth Quark Con nement and the Hadron Spectrum,
    Thessaloniki, Greece, August 29-September 3, 2016.
  3. Interpolating Relativistic World Lines,
    in US-Korea Conference (UKC2016) on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; Physics Symposium - High Energy and Nuclear Physics,
    Dallas, August 11-13, 2016.
  4. Anomaly Free Condition in Elementary Particle Physics and Energy-Momentum Tensor Structure in Hadron Physics,
    in Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP) Mini-Symposium,
    Pohang, Korea, July 22, 2016.
  5. Pion Structure Function and SU(2) Flavor Asymmetry,
    in QCD Evolution 2016, NIKHEF, Netherlands, June 2, 2016.
  6. Interpolating Scattering Amplitudes between Instant Form Dynamics and Light-Front Dynamics,
    in International Workshop on Nonperturbative Phenomena in Hadron and Particle Physics: Many manifestations of nonperturbative QCD, IIhabela, Brazil, May 1-7, 2016.
  7. Flavor Asymmetry of the Proton Sea in Chiral Effective Theory,
    in APCTP 2015 Workshop on Frontiers of Physics,
    Yeosu, December 20-23, 2015.
  8. Flavor Asymmetry of the Proton Sea in Chiral Effective Theory,
    in Light-Cone 2015: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light Front,
    Frascati, September 21-26, 2015.
  9. 100 Years of General Relativity and Trend of Nuclear Physics,
    in US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; Physics Symposium - High Energy and Nuclear Physics Session,
    Atlanta, July 30 - August 1, 2015.
  10. Current Status and Future Trends of Theoretical Nuclear Physics,
    in US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; Physics Symposium - High Energy and Nuclear Physics II Session,
    San Francisco, August 6-9, 2014.
  11. Hidden Color,
    in 1st Tensor Spin Observables Workshop,
    J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 543, 012004 (2014),
    JLab, March 10-12, 2014
  12. Pion Loop Corrections to Parton Distribution Functions,
    in Exploring Hadron Structure with Tagged Structure Functions,
    JLab, January 16-18, 2014
  13. Ideas of Four-fermion Operators in Electromagnetic Form Factor Calculations,
    in 13th International Conference Meson-Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the Nucleon (MENU2013),
    EPJ Web Conf. 73 (2014) 06006 (with B. Bakker, H.-M.Choi and A. Suzuki),
    Rome, September 30-October 4, 2013.
  14. Progress and Opportunity in Nuclear Physics for the Next Ten Years,
    in US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; Physics Technical Symposium: Frontiers of Physics and Applications,
    East Rutherford, August 7-11, 2013.
  15. Applications of Light-Front Dynamics in Hadron Physics (Six Lectures),
    in 28th Annual Hampton University Graduate Studies (HUGS),
    JLab, June 5-7, 2013.
  16. Scattering Amplitudes Interpolating between Instant form and Front form of Relativistic Dynamics,
    in LIGHTCONE 2013: Venturing off the lightcone - local vs. global features,
    Few Body Syst. 55, 425 (2014) (with B.Bakker, Z. Li and A. Suzuki),
    Skiathos, May 20-24, 2013.
  17. Model Independent Constraints on Hadron Form Factors at Large $Q^2$ in Light-Front QCD,
    in QCD Evolution Workshop (QCD2013),
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. Conf. Ser. 25, 1460047 (2014),
    JLab, May 6-10, 2013.
  18. Theoretical Framework of GPDs and Experimental Measurements of DVCS,
    in Fifth Workshop of the APS Topical Group on Hadronic Physics (GHP13),
    Denver, April 10-12, 2013.
  19. Kinematic Issues of GPDs in DVCS,
    in International Conference on Light-Cone Physics Delhi 2012,
    Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 251, 75 (2014) (with B. Bakker)
    Delhi, December 10-15, 2012.
  20. Progress and Opportunity in Natural Sciences for the Next Ten Years,
    in 2012 South Atlantic Regional Conference,
    Raleigh, November 17, 2012.
  21. Light-Front Dynamics and Helicities,
    in International Workshop on the Frontier of QCD,
    Shanghai, November 2-4, 2012.
  22. Frontier Nuclear Physics with Rare Isotope Accelerators,
    in US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship; Symposium of Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Math, Stat and other Basic Sciences,
    Los Angeles, August 8-11, 2012.
  23. Ideas of Four-Fermion Operators in Hadron Physics,
    in Light Cone 2012: Modern approaches to nonperturbative gauge theories and their applications,
    Acta Physica Polonica B Proceedings Supplement 6, 281 (2013) (with B. Bakker, H.-M.Choi and A. Suzuki),
    Cracow, July 8-13, 2012.
  24. Jefferson Lab, Hadron Physics and Light-Front Dynamic,
    in Korean Physical Society 2012 Spring Meeting: Commemoration of 60 years of KPS,
    Daejeon, April 25-27, 2012.
  25. Road Map of Nuclear Theories for the Physics with Rare Isotope Accelerators,
    in US-Korea Workshop: International Cooperation on Particle, Nuclear and Astrophysics Research,
    Daejeon, April 24-25, 2012.
  26. Angular Momentum in Light-Front Dynamics,
    in INT Workshop INT-12-49W: Orbital Angular Momentum in QCD,
    a copy of slides installed at the INT program web page,
    Seattle, February 6-17, 2012.
  27. Frontiers of Nuclear Theories for the Physics with Rare Isotope Accelerators,
    in 2nd Symposium on Special Topics in Physics,
    Arlington, January 20-21, 2012.
  28. Pion loops in chiral perturbation theory and light-front dynamics, in Light Cone 2011: Applications of Light-Cone Coordinates to Highly Relativistic Systems, Few Body Syst.52, 421 (2012), Dallas, May 23-27, 2011.
  29. Light-Front Dynamics in Hadron Physics, in the 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, Few Body Syst., in press (with B.Bakker and H.-M.Choi), Seoul, August 22-26, 2011.
  30. Spin Filter and GPD in DVCS, in Light Cone 2010: Relativistic Nuclear and Particle Physics, PoS LC2010:054,2010 (with B.Bakker), Valencia, June 14-18, 2010.
  31. Equivalence of Light-Front and Covariant Approaches in Meson-Baryon Interactions in 12th International Conference on Meson-Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the Nucleon (MENU2010), to be published in AIP Proceedings (with W.Melnitchouk), Williamsburg, May 31 - June 4, 2010.
  32. GPD Extraction from DVCS in LFD, in The Light-Cone 2009: Relativistic Hadronic and Particle Physics, Sao Jose dos Campos, July 8-13, 2009.
  33. Journey with Ben in Light-Front Dynamics, in BENFEST, Symposium in Honor of Bernard L. G. Bakker's Retirement, Amsterdam, June 19, 2009.
  34. Recent Progress of Light-Front Quark-Model Phenomenology, in The Light Cone 2008 Relativistic Nuclear and Particle Physics, PoS LC2008, 023 (2008) (with H.-M.Choi and M.DeWitt). Mulhouse, July 7 - 11, 2008.
  35. Topological Structure of Non-Abelian Gauge Field Theory and Applications in Physics, in The Applied and Pure Mathematics Symposium of the UKC2008, San Diego, August 14-17, 2008.
  36. Semileptonic Decay Processes in Light-Front Dynamics, in INT-07-01 Program: Fundamental Neutron Physics, a copy of slides installed at the INT program web page, Seattle, April 30 - May 4, 2007.
  37. Light-Front Quark Model Application to Perturbative QCD, in Light Cone 2007 Relativistic Hadronic and Nuclear Physics, Columbus, May 14-18, 2007.
  38. Real and Virtual Compton Scattering in Perturbative QCD, in Workshop on Exclusive Reactions at High Momentum Transfer, to be published by World Scientific Pub. Co. (with R. Thomson), JLAB, May 21-24, 2007.
  39. Light-Front Dynamic Constraints in Baryon Exclusive Processes, in the 11th International Conference Baryons '07, to be published electronically as CDROM, Seoul, June 11-15, 2007.
  40. Light-Front Dynamic Application to the RHIC Physics, in Heavy Ion Meeting 2007-06, a copy of slides installed at the HIM program web page, Seoul, June 16, 2007.
  41. Application of Particle Physics to Cosmology:Correlation of the Mass Scale between Dark Matter and Quantum Chromodynamics, in Contemporary Basic Science Symposium of the UKC2007, published in electronic Proceedings (CDROM), Reston, August 10-11, 2007.
  42. Perspectives of Light-Front Dynamics in Hadron Physics, in Lecture at Center for Quantum Space Time (CQUeST), published electronically as CDROM, Seoul, August 17, 2007.
  43. Progress in LFQM Phenomenology, in International Meeting on Light-Cone QCD and Nonperturbative Hadron Physics, Minneapolis, May 15-19, 2006.
  44. Higher Fock State Contributions to the Generalized Parton Distributions, in Workshop on Future PRC-US Cooperation in High Energy Physics, Beijing, June 11-18, 2006.
  45. Self-Organizing Quantum Field Fluctuation, in APCTP 2006 Focus Program on Self-Organizing Relativistic Quantum Field Theories, Pohang, July 16-29, 2006
  46. Light-Front Dynamics in Particle Physics, in Basic Science Symposium of the UKC2006, Teaneck, August 11-13, 2006.
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  77. Meson Electroweak Decays on the Light-Front,in Aspen Winter Meeting on Non-Perturbative Particle Dynamics,Aspen, January 10-16, 1999.
  78. Meson Electroweak Form Factors in the Light-Cone Approach,in Nuclear and Particle Physics with CEBAF at JLAB,Fizika B (Zagreb) Vol. 8, pp. 321-326 (1999) (with H.M.Choi),Dubrovnik, November 4-9, 1998
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  82. Semileptonic Decays of Pseudoscalar Mesons in the Light-Front Quark Model,in 16th European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics,Few-Body Systems Suppl. 10, 131 (1999) (with H.M.Choi),Autran, June 1-6, 1998.
  83. Mixing Angles and Electromagnetic Properties of Ground State Pseudoscalar and Vector Meson Nonets in the Light-Cone Quark Model, in The structure of mesons, baryons and nuclei and MESON98 Workshop,Acta Physica Polonica B29, 3363 (1998) (with H.M.Choi),Krakow, May 27 - June 2, 1998.
  84. Light-Cone Quark Model Phenomenology of Mesons,in 64th Annual Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society Fall Meeting,Bull.Am.Phys.Soc. Vol. 42, No. 9, 1804 (1997),Nashville, November 6-8, 1997.
  85. Lightcone Vacuum and Radiative Meson Decays,in International School-Seminar "Structure of Particles and Nuclei and their Interactions",to be published in the Proceedings, (with H.M.Choi),Tashkent, October 6-13, 1997.
  86. Light-Cone Quark Model Studies of Radiative Meson Decays,in 8th Workshop on Light-Cone QCD and Nonperturbative Hadronic Physics,a copy of transparencies to be installed at www home page of the worshop, (with H.M.Choi),Lutsen, August 11-22, 1997.
  87. Pertubative QCD Applicability to Exclusive Processes at Intermediate Energies,in International Conference (VIIth Blois Workshop) on Elastic and Diffractive Scattering; Recent Advances in Hadron Physics,pp.240-244, published by World Scientific Publishing Co. in 1998 and edited by K.Kang, S.K.Kim and C.Lee,Seoul, June 10-14, 1997.
  88. Radiative Meson Decays in a Relativistic Quark Model,in the Conference on Perspectives in Hadronic Physics,pp.539-548, published by World Scientific Publishing Co. in 1998 and edited by S.Boffi, C.Atti and M.Giannini, (with H.-M.Choi),Trieste, May 12-16, 1997.
  89. Lightcone Quark Model Studies of Hadron Structure,in Professor Jae Kwan Kim's Retirement Symposium,Daejun, February 28, 1997.
  90. Cooling Modes of Neutron Star,in the 9th Summer School and Symposium on Nuclear Physics,pp.194-206, published by Han Lim Won and edited by D.-P.Min, (with D.-P.Min), Kwangju, August 19-23, 1996.
  91. Multiquark QCD Evolution and Anomalous Dimensions of Meson, Baryon and Deuteron Systems,in Current Topics in Physics; Inauguration Conference of Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics,pp.899-908, published by World Scientific Publishing Co. and edited by Y.M.Cho, J.B.Hong and C.N.Yang,Seoul, June 4-10, 1996.
  92. Radiative Decays and Transition Form Factors of Strange Mesons in the Relativistic Constituent Quark Model,in Strangeness '96,Heavy Ion Physics, Vol. 4, pp. 369-380 (1996) (with H.-M.Choi), Budapest, May 15-17, 1996.
  93. Lightcone Quark Model Studies of Meson Structure, in Meson'96,Workshop on Production, Properties and Interaction of Mesons,Acta Physica Polonica B27, pp. 3377-3380 (1996),Cracow, May 10-14, 1996.
  94. Bound-State and Scattering Problems on the Light-Front, in the School on Light-Front Quantization and Non-Perturbative QCD,pp.36-64, published by the International Institute of Theoretical andApplied Physics(IITAP) in 1997 and edited by J.Vary and F.Wolz,based on Fundamental Issues in the Lightcone Field Quantization (Lecture 1), Bound-State and Scattering Problems on the Lightcone (Lecture 2), Lightcone Quark Model Studies of Hadron Structure (Lecture 3)Ames, May 8-10, 1996.
  95. Light-Front Description of Axial Anomaly,in International Workshop on the Structure of the eta' Meson,pp. 45-61, published by World Scientific Publishing Co. in 1997 and edited by M.Burkardt, J.Goity,V.Papavassiliou and S.Pate,Las Cruces, March 8-9, 1996.
  96. Lightcone Quark Model Studies of Hadron Structure,in KOSEF-JSPS Winter School,Recent Developments in Particle and Nuclear Theory,Journal of Korean Physical Society (Proc. Suppl.), Vol. 29, S286 (1996),Seoul, February 21-28, 1996.
  97. Light-Cone View of the Applicability of PQCD in Medium Energy Exclusive Processes,in Fifth International Workshop on Light-Cone QCD,Telluride, August 14-26, 1995.
  98. Axial Anomaly on the Lightcone,in Advanced HUGging,10th Annual Hampton University Graduate Studies at CEBAF,CEBAF, June 8-10, 1995.
  99. Axial Anomaly on the Lightcone,in the Institute for Nuclear Theory's Program (INT-95-1) on Chiral Dynamics in Hadrons and Nuclei,organized by M.Rho, B.Holstein, G.Brown and D.P.Min,Seattle, May 20-27, 1995.
  100. Light-cone Quark Model of Mesons,in Proceedings of the XVII International Kazimierz Meeting on Particle Physics, The Madison Phenomenology Symposium: Particle Theory and Phenomenology,pp.311-316 (with A.Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch), published by the World Scientific Pub. Co. and edited by K.E.Lassila, J.Qiu, A.Sommerer, G.Valencia, K.Whisnant and B.-L.Young, Iowa State University, May 17-19, 1995.
  101. Challenges in Lightcone Field Quantization(SNUTP-95-031),in Proceedings of the Second Pacific Winter School for Theoretical Physics; Topics in Theoretical Physics, pp.237-246, published by the World Scientific Pub. Co. in 1997, and edited by Y.M.Cho,Sorak, January 19-24, 1995.
  102. Self-Energies and Rotational Symmetry,in Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Light Cone Quantization and Non-Perturbative Dynamics:Theory of Hadrons and Light-Front QCD, pp.203-207, published by World Scientific Publishing Co. and edited by S.Glazek, Polana Zgorzelisko, August 15-25, 1994.
  103. Solving Scattering and Bound State Problems on the Light Cone,in Proceedings of the 14th International IUPAP Conference on Few Body Problems in Physics,AIP Conference Proceedings No.334, pp.883-886, edited by F. Gross,Williamsburg, May 26-31, 1994.
  104. On the Constituent Quark Structure,in Proceedings of the 14th International IUPAP Conference on Few Body Problems in Physics,AIP Conference Proceedings No.334, pp.647-650 (with A.Szczepaniak and S.R.Cotanch), edited by F. Gross,Williamsburg, May 26-31, 1994.
  105. Relativistic Quark Model Description of Baryon Properties,in Proceedings of the 14th International IUPAP Conference on Few Body Problems in Physics,AIP Conference Proceedings No.334, pp.575-578(with S.R.Cotanch and A.Szczepaniak), edited by F. Gross,Williamsburg, May 26-31, 1994.
  106. Pion Form Factor,in Workshop Report on CEBAF at Higher Energies,pp.231-236 (with C.-Y.Pang and A.Szczepaniak), published by CEBAF and edited by N.Isgur and P.Stoler,CEBAF, April 14-16, 1994.
  107. Quark Structure of Meson, Nucleon and Deuteron,in Proceedings of the XVII Symposium on Nuclear Physics,Revista Mexicana de Fisica, Vol40, Suplemento 1, 330-336 (1994),Oaxtepec, January 4-7, 1994.
  108. The Lightcone Vacuum,in Proceedings of the Cornelius Lanczos International Centenary Conference,pp.615-617, published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, andedited by J.D.Brown, M.T.Chu, D.C.Ellison and R.J.Plemmons, North Carolina State University, December 12-17, 1993.
  109. The Role of Symmetry in Kaon Electromagnetic Production and Capture Reactions,in Proceedings of the 2nd Korea-Japan Joint Workshop on Strangeness in Nuclear Matters,pp.103-111, published by Research Institute of Basic Science, Seoul National University, and edited by H.C.Bhang, D.Cha, J.Chiba and K.Nakai,Seoul National University, December 6-7, 1993.
  110. The Deuteron Form Factors at High Momentum Transfer,in 1993 Fall Meeting of Korean Physical Society,Kyungbuk University, October 23-24, 1993.
  111. Crossing Constraint in Kaon Production and Capture,in Proceedings of the 6th Symposium on Nuclear Physics (Astro-Nuclear Physics and Related Topics),pp.156-191 (with R.A.Williams and S.R.Cotanch),published by Han Lim Won, and edited by D.-P.Min and B.-Y.Park,Muju, August 20-25, 1993.
  112. Lightcone Quantum Field Theory,in The 6th Annual Summer School in Nuclear Physics Research,North Carolina State University, July 11-24, 1993.
  113. Spin-1 Form Factors,in Proceedings of the International Workshop on Exclusive Reactions at High Momentum Transfer,pp.206-213, published by World Scientific Publishing Co. andedited by C.Carlson and P.Stoler,Marciana Marina, June 24-26, 1993.
  114. Meson and Nucleon Form Factors in PQCD,in Proceedings of the International Conference (Vth Blois Workshop) on Elastic and Diffractive Scattering, pp.366-370,published by World Scientific Publishing Co. and edited by H.Fried, K.Kang and C.-I.Tan,Brown University, June 8-12, 1993.
  115. Rotational Symmetry,in the Light-Cone QCD Workshop,organized by S.Pinsky,Telluride, August 17 - 31, 1992.
  116. Mesons in the Light-Cone Quark Model,in The First Haengdang Symposium,organized by H.K.Lee,Seoul, August 3, 1992.
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Conference Proceedings Edition

  1. Proceedings of Light-Cone 2014:
    Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light-Front,
    published in Few Body Syst. 56, Nos. 6-9, pp. 241-644,
    C.-R.Ji(Ed.),
    The 2014 edition of International Light-Cone meeting,
    Raleigh, North Carolina,
    May 26-30, 2014.
  2. New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics,
    AIP Conference Proceedings 494, 543 pages,
    C.-R.Ji(Ed.) and D.-P.Min(Ed.),
    11th International Light-Cone School and Workshop;12th Nuclear Physics Summer School and Symposium,
    Seoul and Kyungju, May 26 - June 25, 1999.
  3. QCD, Lightcone Physics and Hadron Phenomenology,
    published by World Scientific Pub. Co., Singapore, 273 pages, 1998
    C.-R.Ji(Ed.) and D.-P.Min(Ed.),
    Tenth Nuclear Summer School and Symposium (NuSS'97),
    Seoul, June 23-28, 1997.
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Book Publications

  1. Pedestrian Approach to Particle Physics,
    published by Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics,
    ISBN 978-89-958822-0-7 93420
    249 pages, 2007.
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Other Principal Publications and Presentations

  1. The Construction of Compton Tensors in Scalar QED,
    in the special issue "30th anniversary of Few-Body Systems",
    Few Body Syst. 58, no. 1, 8 (2017) (with B. L. G. Bakker).
  2. Twist-3 Distribution Amplitudes of Pion in the Light-Front Quark Model, in Light-Cone 2016: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light Front,
    Few Body Syst. 58, no. 2, 31 (2017) (with H. M. Choi),
    Lisbon, Portugal, September 5-8, 2016.
  3. Sensitivity of the DVCS Cross Section to the Compton form Factors in Scalar QED,
    in Light-Cone 2015: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light Front,
    Few Body Syst. 57, no. 7, 579 (2016) (with B. L. G. Bakker),
    Frascati, September 21-26, 2015.
  4. Light-Front Quark Model Phenomenology Consistent with Chiral Symmetry,
    in The 21st International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics (FB21)
    EJP Web of Conference, to be published (with H.-M.Choi)[arXiv:1508.04890],
    Chicago, May 18-22, 2015.
  5. Extraction of Compton Form Factors in Scalar QED,
    in Light-Cone 2014: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light-Front,
    published in Few Body Syst. 56, 275 (2014) (with B.Bakker),
    Raleigh, May 26-30, 2014.
  6. d̄ - ū asymmetry in the proton in chiral effective theory,
    in Light-Cone 2014: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light-Front,
    published in Few Body Syst. 56, 355 (2014) (with W.Melnitchouk, Y.Salamu and P.Wang),
    Raleigh, May 26-30, 2014.
  7. Self-consistent covariant description of twist-3 distribution amplitude of a pseudoscalar meson in the light-front quark model,
    in Light-Cone 2014: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light-Front,
    published in Few Body Syst. 56, 419 (2014) (with H.-M.Choi),
    Raleigh, May 26-30, 2014.
  8. Light-front zero-mode issue on the vector meson decay constant,
    in Light Cone 2013: Venturing off the lightcone - local versus global features
    Few Body Syst. 55, 435 (2014) (with H.-M.Choi),
    Skiathos, May 20-24, 2013.
  9. A Study of Compton Form Factors in Scalar QED,
    in Light Cone 2013: Venturing off the lightcone - local versus global features
    Few Body Syst. 55, 395 (2014) (with B.Bakker),
    Skiathos, May 20-24, 2013.
  10. Light-Front Quantum Chromodynamics:A framework for the analysis of hadron physics,
    Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 251-252, 165 (2014) (with B. Bakker, A. Bassetto, S.J. Brodsky, W. Broniowski, S. Dalley, T. Frederico, S.D. Glazek, V. Karmanov et al.),
    ILCAC White Paper.
  11. New Developments of Light-Front Dynamics in Hadron Physics,
    Book Chapter of New Developments in Mesons Research, Horizons in World Physics, Vol. 281, 117 (2013), published by NOVA Science Publishers, Inc. (with H.-M.Choi).
  12. Relativistic Covariance of Light-Front Few-Body Systems in Hadron Physics,
    Few Body Syst. 54, 1633 (2013) (with H.-M.Choi),
    Fukuoka, August 20-25, 2012.
  13. Issues in the GPD formulation of DVCS,
    in Light Cone 2012: Modern approaches to nonperturbative gauge theories and their applications,
    Acta Physica Polonica B Proceedings Supplement 6, 131 (2013) (with B. Bakker),
    Cracow, July 8-13, 2012.
  14. Light-Front Quark Model Update on Mass Spectrum Calculations for Ground State Pseudoscalar and Vector Mesons∧,
    in Light Cone 2012: Modern approaches to nonperturbative gauge theories and their applications,
    Acta Physica Polonica B Proceedings Supplement 6, 281 (2013) (with H.-M.Choi and Z. Li),
    Cracow, July 8-13, 2012.
  15. Kinematical issues in the GPD formulation of DVCS, in Light Cone 2011: Applications of Light-Cone Coordinates to Highly Relativistic Systems, Few Body Syst. 52, 285 (2012) (with B.Bakker), Dallas, May 23-27, 2011.
  16. Light-front zero-mode issue for the transition form factors between pseudoscalar and vector mesons, in Light Cone 2011: Applications of Light-Cone Coordinates to Highly Relativistic Systems, Few Body Syst. 52, 285 (2012) (with H.-M.Choi), Dallas, May 23-27, 2011.
  17. Issues in the description of deeply virtual Compton scattering using generalized parton distributions, in The 21st European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, Few-Body Systems, to be published (with B.Bakker), Salamanca, August 29-September 3, 2010.
  18. Some Issues in Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering, in The 19th International IUPAP Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, EPJ Web of Conference 3, 03030 (2010) (with B.Bakker), Bonn, August 31-September 5, 2009.
  19. Semileptonic Bc decays in the light-front quark model, in Light-Cone 2009: Relativistic Hadronic and Particle Physics, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. B199, 240 (2010) (with H.-M.Choi), Sao Jose dos Campos, July 8-13, 2009.
  20. Treacherous points in deeply virtual compton scattering, in Light-Cone 2009: Relativistic Hadronic and Particle Physics, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. B199, 225 (2010) (with B.Bakker), Sao Jose dos Campos, July 8-13, 2009.
  21. On flavor violation for massive and mixed neutrinos, in NOW 2008: Neutrino Oscillation Workshop, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 188, 37 (2009) (with M. Blasone, A. Capolupo and G. Vitiello), Lecce, September 6-13, 2008.
  22. Generalized parton distributions of the pion in light front dynamics, in The Light Cone 2008 Relativistic Nuclear and Particle Physics, PoS LC2008, 015 (2008) (with B. Bakker). Mulhouse, July 7 - 11, 2008.
  23. Perturbative QCD analysis of exclusive e+e → J/ψ + η/c, in The Light Cone 2008 Relativistic Nuclear and Particle Physics, PoS LC2008, 016 (2008) (with H.-M. Choi). Mulhouse, July 7 - 11, 2008.
  24. Flavor states of mixed neutrinos, in the 13th International Symposium on Particles, Strings and Cosmology (PASCOS 07), AIP Conf. Proc. 957, 189 (2007) (with M. Blasone, A. Capolupo and G. Vitiello), London, July 2-7, 2007.
  25. Singularities in the Light-Front Approach to the Yukawa Model, in the 18th International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, Nucl. Phys. A790, pp.573-577 (2007) (with Bakker and J.K.Boomsma), Santos, August 21-26, 2006.
  26. Light-Front Singularities In The Yukawa Model in Workshop on Light-Cone QCD and Nonperturbative Hadron Physics (LC2005), Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 161, 15 (2006) (with B.Bakker and H.-M.Choi), Cairns, July 7-15, 2005.
  27. Light-Front Quark Model Analysis of Radiative Scalar Meson Decay, in Scalar Mesons: An Interesting Puzzle for QCD, AIP Conference Proceedings Vol. 688, pp.79-87 (2003) (with M.A.DeWitt and H.M.Choi), Utica, NY, May 16-18, 2003.
  28. Pion Form Factor and Quark Mass Evolution in a Light-Front Quark Model, in Light-Cone Physics: Particles and Strings, Nucl. Phys. B108(Proc.Suppl.),pp.310-312(2002) (with H.M.Choi and L.S.Kisslinger), Trento, September 3-11, 2001.
  29. Higher-Fock States and the Covariance of the Light-Front Quark Model, in DPF 2000, to be published in International Journal of Modern Physics A (with H.M.Choi), Columbus,Ohio, August 9-12, 2000.
  30. Exploring Timelike Region of QCD Exclusive Process in Relativistic Quark Model, in New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics:11th International Light-Cone School and Workshop;12th Nuclear Physics Summer School and Symposium, published in the AIP Conference Proceedings 494, pp. 347-352 (with H.M.Choi), Seoul and Kyungju, May 26 - June 25, 1999.
  31. Hamiltonian Renormalization for Bound State Problem in Gluodynamics, in New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics:11th International Light-Cone School and Workshop;12th Nuclear Physics Summer School and Symposium, published in the AIP Conference Proceedings 494, pp. 301-309 (with E.Goubankova), Seoul and Kyungju, May 26 - June 25, 1999.
  32. Renormalized Effective Hamiltonian Approach to QCD, in CONFINEMENT III; Third International Conference in "Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum", to be published in the Proceedings, (with D.Robertson,E.Swanson, A.Szczepaniak and S.Cotanch), JLAB, June 7-12, 1998.
  33. Relations among the Light-Cone Quark Models with the Invariant Meson Mass Scheme and Their Model Predictions on the Radiative Meson Decays, in QCD, Lightcone Physics and Hadron Phenomenology: NuSS'97 Tenth Nuclear Summer School and Symposium, pp.255-259(with H.M.Choi), published by World Scientific Pub.Co. and edited by C.-R.Ji and D.-P.Min, Seoul, June 23-28, 1997.
  34. QCD Hamiltonian Approach for the Glueball Spectrum, in the 15th International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, Nucl. Phys. A631, 640c-643c (1998), (with S.R.Cotanch, A.Szczepaniak and E.Swanson), Groningen, July 22-26, 1997.
  35. Glueball Spectroscopy in a Many Body QCD Hamiltonian Approach, in the 6th Conference on the Intersections of Particle and Nuclear Physics, published in the AIP Conference Proceedings 412,pp.515-518, (with S.R.Cotanch, A.Szczepaniak and E.Swanson), edited by T.W.Donnelly, Big Sky, May 27-June 2, 1997.
  36. Many-Body Hamiltonian Approach to QCD, in the International Workshop on Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum II, pp.342-348, published by World Scientific Pub. Co. in 1997, (with S.R.Cotanch, A.Szczepaniak and E.Swanson), Como, June 26-29, 1996.
  37. Many-Body Hamiltonian Approach to QCD:Applications, in PANIC 96, Session 6A: Hadron Spectroscopy, published in Particles and Nuclei; Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Particles and Nuclei and edited by Carl E. Carlson and John J. Domingo, (with A.Szczepaniak,E.Swanson and S.R.Cotanch), Williamsburg, May 22-28, 1996.
  38. Symbolic Feynman Diagram Calculation, Computers in Physics Vol.9, 589 (1995) (with Alex Pang).
  39. Relativistic Quark Model Baryon Analysis, in Europeon Few-Body Conference XV, Few-Body Systems Suppl. 99, 1 (1995) (with S.R.Cotanch and A.Szczepaniak), Peniscola, June, 1995
  40. The Issue of Rotation in the Lightcone Quantization, in NSAC/DNP Nuclear Theory Town Meeting, Argonne National Laboratory, January 29-30, 1995
  41. Review of the book "Nuclear and Particle Physics" authored by W.S.C.Williams, American Scientist Vol.81, 183 (1993).
  42. Kaon electromagnetic production and radiative capture near hyperon thresholds, in Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Particle Production Near Threshold, Physica Scripta Vol.48, 217-225 (1993) (with S.R.Cotanch and R.A.Williams), Uppsala, August 26-29, 1992
  43. Simple Relativistic Quark-Model Analysis of Mesons, in The Gordon Research Conference on QCD in Nuclear Physics, Tilton, July 22-26, 1991.
  44. The Importance of Polarization in Kaon Photoproduction and Radiative Capture, in Proceedings of The Seventh International Conference on Polarization Phenomena in Nuclear Physics, Colloque De Physique c6, pp.491-494 (1990)(with S.R.Cotanch and R.Williams), Paris, July 9-13, 1990.
  45. Approximate Solutions of The Light-Cone Two-Body Bound-State Equations, in The 12th International Conference on Few Body Problems in Physics, TRIUMF Brown Report,p.F24, edited by B.K.Jennings, Vancouver, July 2-8, 1989
  46. A Crossing Consistent Analysis of Kaon Photoproduction and Radiative Capture, in The 12th International Conference on Few Body Problems in Physics, TRIUMF Brown Report,p.I25 (with R.Williams and S.R.Cotanch), edited by B.K.Jennings, Vancouver, July 2-8, 1989
  47. QCD at Low and High Momentum Scales, in Proceedings of CEBAF/SURA 1987 Summer Workshop, CEBAF 1987 Summer Workshop, pp.443-445(with L.S.Celenza and C.M.Shakin), edited by F.Gross and C.Williamson, Newport News, June 22-26,1987
  48. Application of quantum chromodynamics to hadronic and nuclear interactions, in Proceedings of the Fourth South African Summer School in Theoretical Physics, Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol.248, Quarks and Leptons, pp.153-245(with S.J.Brodsky), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, edited by C.A.Engelbrecht, Stellenbosch, January 21 - February 1, 1985,
  49. Nuclear chromodynamics: applications of QCD to relativistic multiquark systems, in Proceedings of the International School of Nuclear Physics, Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics Vol.13, pp.299-327(with S.J.Brodsky), edited by A.Faessler, Erice,1984.
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Research Grants

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Teaching Experience

1987-present: North Carolina State University

Undergraduate course teaching::

  1. Course title-Mechanics I,II, Dept.course-PY411,PY412
  2. Course title-General Physics I,II (Non Calculus),Dept.course-PY211,PY212
  3. Course title-Physics for Engineers and Scientists I (Matters and Interactions), Dept.course-PY205

Graduate course teaching::

  1. Course title-Quantum Mechanics I, Dept.course-PY581
  2. Course title-Quantum Mechanics II, Dept.course-PY582
  3. Course title-Elementary Particle Physics, Dept.course-PY507
  4. Course title-General Relativity, Dept.course-PY509
  5. Course title-Advanced Quantum Mechanics, Dept.course-PY611
  6. Course title-Advanced Quantum Mechanics I, Dept.course-PY781
  7. Course title-Advanced Quantum Mechanics II, Dept.course-PY782
  8. Course title-Advanced Electricity and Magnetism I, Dept.course-PY785
  9. Course title-Advanced Electricity and Magnetism II, Dept.course-PY786
  10. Course title-Advanced Classical Mechanics, Dept.course-PY783
  11. Course title-Intermediate Classical Mechanics, Dept.course-PY512
  12. Course title-Intermediate Electromagnetism, Dept.course-PY515

1993, Fall: Seoul National University

Graduate course teaching:

  1. Course title- Advanced Nuclear Physics, Dept.course- 303.604
  2. Course title- Elementary Particle Physics, Dept.course- 303.674


1986-1987: Brooklyn College of CUNY

Lectures for graduate students:


1984-1986: Stanford University

Lectures for the nuclear theory group:


1982, Spring: Sogang University and Hanyang University

Graduate Course Development

  • 2015: Course title-Elementary Particle Physics, Dept.course-PY507
  • 1992: Course title-General Relativity, Dept.course-PY509
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    Computer Experience

    2011-present:

    1994-present:

    1987-present:

    1986-1987: CUNYVM, Brooklyn VM, MVS Wylbur User

    1982-1986: SLACVM User

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    Academic and Professional Experiences

    1. Currently Serving as a member of the International Advisory Committee of the Light Cone 2017 Conference-Frontiers in Light Front Hadron Physics; Theory and Experiment, to be held at Mumbai, India, September 18-22, 2017.
    2. Serving as the Chair of the International Light-Cone Advisory Committee (ILCAC), Inc. June 2010-present.
    3. Hosted the 2014 International Light Cone Conference (LC2014) at NCSU, May 26-30, 2014, and served as the guest editor of the LC2014 Proceedings which was published as the special issue of Few Body Systems Vol. 56, Nos. 6-9, pp. 241-644 (2015).
    4. Developed the new graduate course General Relativity (PY509) and its course action was approved in Spring, 2015.
    5. Served as a member of the International Scientific Advisory Board of the Light Cone 2015 Workshop: Theory and Experiment for Hadrons on the Light Front, held at Frascati, Italy, September 21-26, 2015.
    6. Served as a member of the International Scientific Advisory Board of the Light Cone 2013 Workshop: Venturing off the lightcone - local vs. global features, held at Skiathos, Greece, May 20-24, 2013.
    7. Served as a member of the International Scientific Advisory Board of the Light Cone 2012 Workshop: Modern Approaches to Nonperturbative Gauge theories and their Applications, held at Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cracow, Poland, July 9-13, 2012.
    8. Served as a Co-Chair of the Light Cone 2012-II Conference: Hadronic and Particle Physics held at University of Delhi, India, December 10-15, 2012.
    9. Served as a member of the International Advisory Board of the Light Cone 2011 Workshop: Applications of Light-Cone Coordinates to Highly Relativistic Systems (LC2011), held at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, May 23-27, 2011.
    10. Served as the 28th President of the Association of Korean Physicists in America (AKPA) for May, 2009 - April, 2011.
    11. Serving as a member of the scientific program committee of the Light Cone 2010 to be held at Valencia, Spain, June 14-18, 2010.
    12. Serving as the 38th President of the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) for July, 2009 - June, 2010.
    13. Serving as the 28th President of the Association of Korean Physicists in America (AKPA) for May, 2009 - April, 2011.
    14. Served as the Chair of the US-Korea Conference of Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship held at Raleigh, NC., July 16-19, 2009.
    15. Served as a member of the scientific program committee of the Light Cone 2009 Relativistic Hadronic and Particle Physics at Sao Jose do Campos, Brazil, July 8-13, 2009.
    16. Served as a member of the scientific program committee of the Light Cone 2008 Relativistic Nuclear and Particle Physics held at Mulhouse, France, July 7-11, 2008.
    17. Served as a member of the organizing committee of the 11th International Baryons Conference (Baryons07) to be held at Seoul, Korea, June 11-15, 2007.
    18. Served as a member of the scientific program committee of the Light Cone 2007 Relativistic Hadronic and Nuclear Physics to be held at Columbus, Ohio, May 14-18, 2007.
    19. Served as the Program Chair of the 2007 US-Korea Conference(UKC2007) on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship to be held at Washington D.C., August 9-12, 2007.
    20. Served as the organizer of the APCTP(Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics) 2006 Focus Program on Self-Organizing Relativistic Quantum Field Theories held at Pohang, Korea, July 16-29, 2006.
    21. Served as the Secretary of the International Light-Cone Advisory Committee (ILCAC) for 2005-2008; Currently serving ILCAC as the Vice Chair since 2008.
    22. Served as a member of the organizing committee of the International Meeting on Light-Cone QCD and Nonperturbative Hadron Physics to be held at Minneapolis, May 15-19, 2006.
    23. Served as a program chair of the Basic Science Symposium in the 2006 US-Korea Conference(UKC2006) on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship to be held at Teaneck, New Jersey, August 11-13, 2006.
    24. Served as the chair of nomination committee for the International Light-Cone Advisory Committee (ILCAC) in 2005.
    25. Served as a Convener of the International Meeting on Light-Cone Field Theory and Applications held at Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 16-20, 2004.
    26. Served as a Physics (Group A) Councilor of the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) for July, 2004 - June, 2007.
    27. Served as a Lead Talk Speaker in the Parallel Session "Relativity in Few-Body Systems" of the 17th International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics held at Duke University, June 5-10, 2003.
    28. Served as a Session Chair of the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology Light-Cone Workshop "Hadrons and Beyond" held at Grey College, University of Durham, England, August 5-9, 2003.
    29. Served as a member of International Scientific Committee of the International Workshop on Quantum Field Theory of Particle Mixing and Oscillations held at Vietri sul Mare, Italy, June 13-15, 2002.
    30. Served as an Advisory Committee member of the Light-Cone 2002, Structure of Hadrons and Nuclei on the Light Cone, Los Alamos National Lab., August 5-9, 2002.
    31. Served as an Overseas Editor of the Journal of Korean Physical Society (JKPS) since 2001.
    32. Served as a Session Chair of the Xth International Light-Cone Meeting on Non-Perturbative QCD and Hadron Phenomenology from Hadrons to Strings held at Heidelberg, Germany, June 12-17, 2000.
    33. Served as the Conference Organizer of the Eleventh International Light-Cone School and Workshop; New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics held at the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics, Seoul Korea, May 26 - June 26 1999.
    34. Elected as a member of International Light Cone Advisory Committee (ILCAC), August 1998
    35. Served as the Conference Organizer of the Eleventh International Light-Cone School and Workshop; New Directions in Quantum Chromodynamics to be held at the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics, Seoul Korea, May 26 - June 26 1999
    36. Served as the Conference Organizer of NCSU Miniworkshop on "QCD, Lightcone Physics and Hadron Phenomenology" at the North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC on 23-24 January 1998
    37. Served as a convener of the session Light-Cone Methods in Hadron Phenomenology in the 8th Workshop on Light-Cone QCD and Nonperturbative Hadronic Physics held at Lutsen, Minnesota, August 11-22, 1997
    38. Served as the Conference Organizer of Nuclear Theory Summer Symposium (NuSS'97) held at Seoul, Korea, June 23-28, 1997
    39. Served as a Plenary Session Chair in the KOSEF-JSPS Winter School on Recent Developments in Particle and Nuclear Theory held at Seoul, Korea, February 21-28, 1996
    40. Served in the University Council on Undergraduate Education and appointed to the Undergraduate Academic Advisory Committee in the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences for 1996-99
    41. Served as the Editor in Chief of the Newsletter for the Association of Korean Physicists in America (AKPA), 1996 and published AKPA Newsletter Vol. 17, Nos. 1 and 2
    42. Served as the Scientific Director of The Korean High School Teachers Training Program, North Carolina State University, July 10 - August 11, 1995 and July 1 - July 26, 1996
    43. Served as a Local Organizer of The 6th Annual Summer School in Nuclear Physics Research, North Carolina State University, July 11-24, 1993
    44. Served as the Departmental Colloquium chairman for 1992-93 and the Course and Curriculum Committee chairman for 1997-99
    45. Organized the Triangle Nuclear Theory seminar series in collaboration with nuclear theorists at Duke, UNC-CH and NCSU since 1991
    46. Organized the Korean Scientists and Engineers Workshops and Technical Symposiums for 1990-1999 and served as President of North Carolina Chapter of Korean Scientists and Engineers Association in America for 1992-94
    47. Served as the Regional Representative of Association of Korean Physicists in America, 1992-94
    48. Served as a Referee of the papers submitted to Physical Review Letters, Physical Review C and D, Nuclear Physics A and Journal of Physics G and the proposals submitted to Department of Energy (DOE), National Science Foundation (NSF), National Research Council (NRC) and Korea Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF).
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    Graduate Student Advising

    1. Advised Murat An for his Ph.D. awarded in December, 2016. (Dissertation Title: Cli ord Algebraic Structure Study of the Interpolating Spinors and Electromagnetic Fields between the Instant Form Dynamics and the Light-Front Dynamics with an application to the Virtual Compton Scattering) He went back to Turkeyto fulfill his obligation for the Turkish government fellowship that he received during his PhD program at NCSU.
    2. Advised Ziyue Li for his Ph.D. awarded in December, 2015. (Dissertation Title: {\bf Interpolation from Instant Form Dynamics to Light-Front Dynamics and Update on Light-Front Quark Model Analysis in Meson Phenomenology}) He was admitted to The Data Incubator program (http://www.thedataincubator.com). Ziyue passed the qualifying exam in 2009 and received JSA fellowship for the years of 2011-2013.
    3. Advised Yukihisa Tokunaga for his Ph.D. program completed in May, 2012. Yukihisa passed the qualifying exam in Spring, 2006 and completed prelim exam in 2009.
    4. Advised Richard Thomson for his Ph.D. completed in December, 2010. He is currently working as a systems engineer/product manager in telecomm engineering. Richard passed the qualifying exam in Spring, 2002 and received SURA/JLAB fellowship for the year of 2004.
    5. Advised Marty DeWitt for his Ph.D. awarded in 2008. After graduation, he continued as a lecturer at High Point University in Greensboro, NC. Marty received SURA/JLAB fellowship for the years of 2001 and 2002.
    6. Advised Yuriy Mishchenko for his Ph.D. awarded in 2004. After graduation, he was appointed as a post-doc. at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory(CSHL) in New York starting from January, 2005. Yuriy received SURA/CEBAF fellowship for the years of 2002 and 2003.
    7. Advised Abouzeid Shalaby for his Ph.D. awarded in 2004. After graduation, he was appointed as an Assistant Professor at Cairo University in Egypt starting from fall, 2004.
    8. Advised Ho-Meoyng Choi for his Ph.D. awarded in 1999. After graduation, he was appointed as a post-doc. at Carnegie-Mellon University for three years and then joined as a faculty at Kyungbuk National University in 2002. Ho-Meoyng received SURA/CEBAF fellowship for the years of 1996 and 1997.
    9. Advised Alex Chiu-Yan Pang for his Ph.D. awarded in 1995 and M.S. degree completed in 1991. After Ph.D., he was appointed as a post-doc. at Indiana University. Alex received SURA/CEBAF fellowship for three years since 1992.
    10. Co-advised Robert A. Williams for his Ph.D. awarded in 1993. After graduation, he was appointed as a post-doc. at Hampton Univeristy and jointly at CEBAF.
    11. Advised Alex Chiu-Yan Pang for his Ph.D. awarded in 1995 and M.S. degree completed in 1991. After Ph.D., he was appointed as a post-doc. at Indiana University. Alex Pang received SURA/CEBAF fellowship for three years since 1992.
    12. Advised Ho-Meoyng Choi for his Ph.D. program starting from 1994. H.-M. Choi received SURA/CEBAF fellowship for the years of 1996 and 1997.
    13. Advised Ted Horton for his Ph.D. program starting from 1997. T.Horton received SURA/JLAB fellowship for the year of 1998.
    14. Advised Daniel Arndt for his M.S. degree program starting from 1997.
    15. Advised Fred Thompson for his M.S. degree program for 1994-96.
    16. Advised Trevor Jih-Fu Wang for the special topics research of his Ph.D. program in 1995.

    Undergraduate Student Advising

    1. 2014-present: Mentor of Park Scholar Colton Bradley for the research on Pion Con- tribution to the Nucleon Self-Energy.
    2. 2014-2016: Mentor of Undergraduate Research Awardee Ben Hamm for the research on Analysis of Gravitational Interaction in Comparison to Electromagnetism; Mentor of Park Scholar Colton Bradley for the research on Pion Contribution to the Nucleon Self-Energy.
    3. 2013-2015: Mentor of Undergraduate Research Awardee Joshua McKenney for the research on Gauge Freedom in Relativistic Quantum Field Theories. Joshua received the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) for the research on Tagged Nucleon Deep Inelastic Scattering at JLab. After getting his B.S. in NCSU, Joshua joined University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for his Ph.D. program.
    4. 2013-2014: Mentor of Undergraduate Research Awardee Steven Corley for the research on Investigation of Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking with varying geometrical structure.
    5. 2012-2013: Mentor of Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) receipient Khalida Hendricks for the reserach on Pion Cloud Effect on Nucleon in Collaboration with Wally Melnitchouk at JLab. After getting her B.S. in NCSU, Khalida joined Ohio State University for her Ph.D. program.
    6. 2010-2011: Mentor of Undergraduate Research Awardee James Rowland for the research on N-Dimensional Analogue for Neutrino Oscillations.
    7. 2009-2011: Mentor of Undergraduate Research Awardee Hamilton Whittle for the research on Neutrino Flavor Mixing Modeled by Quantum Oscillation.
    8. 2007-2008: Mentor of Undergraduate Research Awardee Patrick Bown for the research on Lepton and Quark Flavor Mixing in Quantum Field Theory.
    9. 1995-2003: Departmental undergraduate student advisor.
    10. 1996-2001: University Council on Undergraduate Education and Undergraduate Academic Advisory Committee in the College of Physical and MathematicalSciences.
    11. 1996-1999: Advised the undergraduate student Michael Binger for his independent study project. Michael received the Rodney I. McCormick Award in 1998. He was one of the finalists for the AIP Apker award.
    12. 1998-2001Advised the undergraduate student Chad Mitchell for his independent study project. Chad received the Rodney I. McCormick Award in 2000
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    Membership in Professional Societies

    1. Member of American Physical Society.
    2. Member of Sigma Xi and Phi Kappa Phi.
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    Honors

    1. Fellow of American Physical Society, 2011
    2. Outstanding Referee from American Physical Society, 2008.
    3. Plaque of Appreciation from the North Carolina Chapter of Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association in Commemoration of the Tenth Anniversary of Technical Symposium, 1999
    4. Dirac Scholarship Award, The Third Conference on the Intersections between Particle and Nuclear Physics, 1988.
    5. Korea Science and Engineering Foundation fellowship, 1982.
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    Offices Held

    1. 38th President, Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010.
    2. 28th President, Association of Korean Physicists in America, May 1, 2009 - April 30, 2011.
    3. Vice Chair, International Light Cone Advisory Committee, for the terms of 2008-2009 and 2009-2010.
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    References

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