Ju H. Kim, Ph.D.
Interim Dean of the College of Science and Engineering and Professor of Physics,
College of Science and Engineering
Dr. Kim is interested in superconductivity. His recent research interest is focus on understanding the non-linear dynamics of topological particles such as magnetic vortices in superconductors and fluxons in tunnel junctions between multi-band superconductors and between one-band superconductors and a topological insulator. He is interested in understanding unusual physical property due to fractional Abrikosov vortices in multi-band superconductors and fractional Josephson vortices in tunnel junctions from unusual non-linear phase dynamics of the superconducting order parameters.