Assistant Professor Min Gyu Kim Wins 2021 AKPA Outstanding Young Researcher Award

The Association of Korean Physicists in America have selected Assistant Professor Min Gyu Kim as one of the two recipients of the 2021 Outstanding Young Researcher Award. This award, which recognizes Korean Physicists currently working in at research universities/institutions or industrial/government laboratories in North America, is selected on the basis of their scientific excellence and potential to become leaders in the scientific community through their contributions to the field. The award presentation will be held during the Association of Korean Physicists in America/Korean Physical Society joint symposium in May.

Dr. Kim is an experimental condensed matter physicist. He is an expert on X-ray and neutron imaging and spectroscopic techniques for investigating quantum phenomena in various condensed matter systems. His recent work highlights the development of innovative X-ray imaging techniques capable of visualizing antiferromagnetic domains in real space and in real-time without math-intensive computation.

For more information, please see the AKPA website.