The plenary talk to be given by Prof. William D. Phillips is canceled.

美國聯邦政府1/23~1/25仍在關閉狀態,Prof. Phillips因隸屬於NIST ,不克來台參加物理年會 。Prof. Phillips安排於1/24的大會演講被迫取消。

1/24 11:00-12:00議程異動如下:
Location: NCTU Auditorium (中正堂)

11:00-11:25 Introduction to the 14th Asia-Pacific Physics Conference at Malaysia
Prof. Tou Teck Yong, Multimedia University

11:25-11:30 Break

11:30-11:55 Digital Electro-optics Platform - Education and Research
Kenneth Tai, Chairman of Photonics Industry and Technology Development Association,
CEO of Jasper Display Corporation


2019台灣物理年會籌備團隊 敬啟

Prof. David Goldhaber-Gordon

Professor of Physics, Stanford University



  • Selected as one of 30 Outstanding Alumni in STEM and Business over 30 years, Center for Excellence in Education/Research Science Institute, 2013.
  • Weston Visiting Professorship, Weizmann Institute, 2010-2011.
  • Inaugural speaker for AFOSR/ONR young investigator seminar, Audience included chief scientist of Air Force and head of Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
  • National Academy of Sciences Award for Initiatives in Research, 2006. One given per year – field rotates.
  • David and Lucille Packard Fellow, 2004-2009.16 early-career faculty selected per year across all fields of science.
  • Research Corporation Research Innovation Award 2004-2006.
  • Air Force Presidential (PECASE) Awardee, 2003-2007 (one of two nationwide).
  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship, 2003–2005.
  • George E. Valley Prize of the American Physical Society, 2002. Awarded every two years to an early-career individual (then under the age of thirty, now within five years of Ph.D.) “To recognize his or her outstanding scientific contribution to the knowledge of physics”.
  • William McMillan Award, highest accolade for an early-career condensed matter physics experimentalist or theorist, 2002.
  • Office of Naval Research Young Investigator, 2001–2004.
  • Best paper by a young author, Int’l Conf. on Physics of Semiconductors, 1998.
  • Review of nanoelectronic computing chosen as MITRE Corp. best paper of 1997.
  • Martin Deutsch Award for the most promising experimental physics graduate work at MIT for 1997.
  • Hertz Foundation PhD Fellow 1994–1999.
  • MIT Karl Taylor Compton PhD Fellow 1994–199 Two fellowships awarded to prospective graduate students in physics from over 400 applicants.


Time:2019/01/23 14:10~15:00
TitleChiral 1D transport in magnetic topological insulators: precise quantization and manipulation



Prof. You-Hua Chu

Director, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica (ASIAA)

President, Astronomical Society of Republic of China (ASROC)

Professor Emerita, University of Illinois



Prof. Chu is a member of the Astronomical Society of Republic of China (ASROC), American Astronomical Society (AAS), and International Astronomical Union (IAU).  She is the president of the ASROC (2014-2020).  She served the AAS Warner/Pierce Award Committee (1997-1999) and Tinsley Award Committee (2003-2005, chair in 2005).  She served as a member of the Organizing Committee (2003-2009), Vice President (2006-2009) and President (2009-2012) of IAU Division VI, Diffuse Matter.  She organized IAU Symposium No. 190 in 1998, and served on the SOC for several other IAU Symposia on Planetary Nebulae.  She has been awarded telescope times and reviewed proposals for the Hubble Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory, XMM-Newton X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Observatory, Far UV Spectroscopic Explorer, ROSAT, IUE, etc.  She served the Committee of Visitors for the National Science Foundation (2002) and Visiting Committee for the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (2017).   She has been a Board Member of the Gemini International Observatory (2010-2012), East Asian Observatory (2014-pres), and Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (2017-2020).  She has published 230 refereed journal papers and over 100 meeting proceeding papers, and edited the proceedings IAU Symposium No. 190.  She received NTU Physics傑出系友獎 in 2016.


Time:2019/01/23 15:10-16:00
TitleMulti-wavelength Views of Stellar Energy Feedback



Prof. William D. Phillips

Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland 

Fellow of National Institute for Standards and Technology and the Joint Quantum Institute



Pennsylvania State Scholarship 1966-1970

C. Ellis Memorial Scholarship 1969-1970

Election to Juniata College Honor Society 1969.

Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1970

National Science Foundation Fellow 1970-1973

Chaim Weizmann Postdoctoral Fellow 1976-1978

Outstanding Young Scientist Award of the Maryland Academy of Sciences, 1982.

Scientific Achievement Award of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 1982

Silver Medal of the Department of Commerce, 1983

Samuel Wesley Stratton Award of the National Bureau of Standards,1987

Arthur S. Flemming Award of the Washington Downtown Jaycees, 1988

Gold Medal of the Dept. of Commerce, 1993.

Election to American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1995

Election as a NIST Fellow, 1995

Michelson Medal of the Franklin Institute 1996

Distinguished Traveling Lecturer (APS-DLS) 1996-98

Election to the National Academy of Sciences 1997

Nobel Prize in Physics 1997

Nobel Prize Citation: “for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light” 

The prize was shared with Steven Chu and Claude Cohen-Tannoudji. 

Honorary Doctor of Science, Williams College 1998

Doctorado Honoris Causa de la Universidad de Buenos Aires 1998

Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science (APS) 1998

Honorary Doctor of Science, Juniata College 1999

American Academy of Achievement Award 1999

Gold Medal of the Pennsylvania Society 1999

Richtmeyer Award of the Am. Assoc. of Physics Teachers 2000

Election to the European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Humanities (titular member), 2000

Condon Award of NIST 2002

Archie Mahan Prize of the OSA 2002

Election as an Honorary Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Scientitific Instrument Makers, London 2003

Election as an alumni member of Juniata College's chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa, the                 

National Leadership Honor Society 2004

Election as an Honorary Member of the Optical Society of America

Appointed an Academician of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences 2004

Meritorious Senior Professional Award (Presidential Rank) 2005

Trotter Prize 2006

Service to America Medal, Career Achievement Award 2006

Election as Honorary Member of the Institute of Physics of the University of Sao Paulo in Sao Carlos, Brazil, 2009

Janus Award of the Institute of Physics at the University of Sao Paulo in San Carlos, Brazil, 2009

Doctorado Honoris Causa, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, 2009

Appointment to Lifetime Membership in Sigma Xi 2009

Moyal Medal, Faculty of Science, Macquarie University, Sydney, 2010

Doctorat Honoris Causa, École Normale Supérieure, Paris 2010

Doctor of Science, Honoris Causa, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 2011

NIST Equal Opportunity/Diversity Award 2011

Doctor of Science, Honoris Causa, University of Oxford, 20 June 2012.

Inaugural recipient of the "Wall of Honor" award of the Camp Hill (Pennsylvania) School District, 26 January 2013

Pioneer in Photonics Award, Fitzpatrick Institute of Photonics, Duke University, 11 March 2013

Galileo Ferraris Prize, INRiM, Torino Italy, 06 December 2014

Appointment as a Corresponding Member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences  (Academia Mexicana de Ciencias) December 2016.


Time:2019/01/24 11:00-12:00
TitleWhy condensed matter physicists are paying attention to atomic physics




Prof. William E. Moerner

William Esco (W. E.) Moerner Harry S. Mosher Professor and Professor, by courtesy, of Applied Physics



Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2014

John Gamble Kirkwood Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Science, from Yale University and the New Haven Section of the American Chemical Society, 2013

Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry, 2013

Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award, 2012

Irving Langmuir Prize in Chemical Physics, 2009

Wolf Prize in Chemistry, 2008

Member, National Academy of Sciences, 2007

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2004

Geoffrey Frew Fellow, Australian Academy of Sciences, 2003

Harry Stone Mosher Professor of Chemistry, Stanford University, 2002

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2001

Earle K. Plyler Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy, American Physical Society, 2001

IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for Single-Molecule Detection and Spectroscopy, 1992

Fellow, American Physical Society, 1992

Fellow, Optical Society of America, 1992

IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award (with R. M. Macfarlane and R. M. Shelby) for Photon-Gated Spectral Hole-Burning, 1988


Time2019/01/25 11:00-12:00
TitleThe Story of Photonics and Single Molecules, from Early FM Spectroscopy in Solids, to Super-Resolution Nanoscopy in Cells and Beyond