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This seminar has two purposes. One is to understand the nature of finance and the current international monetary order that contributed to the root cause of the global financial crisis. They are the financial system risk caused by maturity transformation, which is the core of the financial activity, the procyclicality of finance in which credit expands in an asset market boom and shrinks in a recession, and safe assets, etc. Another is to understand the ripple effect of the 21st century digital technology revolution. Just as cryptocurrencies cause conflicts with states monopolizing creating money, currencies based on digital platforms are causing conflicts with existing finance by shifting the core function of finance from intermediation to payment and settlement. Moreover, the democratization of finance thanks to the development of digital technology is another conflicting factor against the existing elite-centered finance, where the financial elite evaluates risks and receives rewards. Along with asset inflation, the pandemic has significantly increased debt on the one hand and accelerated the digitalization of finance on the other. The challenge in the post-pandemic era is to normalize increased debt and liquidity to a sustainable level while minimizing economic costs, and to come up with an alternative solution to the dilemma of the dollar-centered international monetary order. The first day of the seminar will focus on the attributes of finance, and the second day will discuss the challenges facing finance in the post-pandemic era and the digitalization of finance.
2개 세션으로 나누어 진행
Host: 최건호     Contact: 박정인 ()     Korean     2022-01-12 18:41:35
Morihiko Saito's theory of mixed Hodge modules is a far generalisation of classical Hodge theory, which is based on the theory of perverse sheaves, D-modules, variations of Hodge structures. One can think of mixed Hodge modules as a certain class of D-modules with Hodge structures. Naturally they are accompanied by perverse sheaves via the Riemann–Hilbert correspondence. This guide consists of about 8 talks, which may cover: review of classical Hodge theory, D-modules and filtered D-modules, nearby and vanishing cycles, etc. The main goal is to understand the notion of mixed Hodge modules and to explain two important theorems: the structure theorem and the direct image theorem. If time permits, we discuss recent applications of the theory in algebraic geometry.
zoom 정보는 강연 며칠 전에 이곳에 공개될 예정입니다. 총 8회의 강연을 계획중이고 매주 금요일 1회씩 진행하여 3월 말- 4월 초까지 진행할 계획입니다.
Host: 박진현     Contact: 박진현 (2734)     Korean     2022-01-05 15:25:09
This seminar has two purposes. One is to understand the nature of finance and the current international monetary order that contributed to the root cause of the global financial crisis. They are the financial system risk caused by maturity transformation, which is the core of the financial activity, the procyclicality of finance in which credit expands in an asset market boom and shrinks in a recession, and safe assets, etc. Another is to understand the ripple effect of the 21st century digital technology revolution. Just as cryptocurrencies cause conflicts with states monopolizing creating money, currencies based on digital platforms are causing conflicts with existing finance by shifting the core function of finance from intermediation to payment and settlement. Moreover, the democratization of finance thanks to the development of digital technology is another conflicting factor against the existing elite-centered finance, where the financial elite evaluates risks and receives rewards. Along with asset inflation, the pandemic has significantly increased debt on the one hand and accelerated the digitalization of finance on the other. The challenge in the post-pandemic era is to normalize increased debt and liquidity to a sustainable level while minimizing economic costs, and to come up with an alternative solution to the dilemma of the dollar-centered international monetary order. The first day of the seminar will focus on the attributes of finance, and the second day will discuss the challenges facing finance in the post-pandemic era and the digitalization of finance.
2개 세션으로 나누어 진행
Host: 최건호     Contact: 박정인 ()     Korean     2022-01-12 17:30:37
메타버스 웹3.0 NFT 등 미래를 이끌어갈 새로운 기술들이 개발되면서 많은 사람들의 관심을 끌고있다. 본 강연에서는 이러한 기술의 근간이 되는 블록체인의 기본 개념과 암호화폐 및 스마트 컨트랙트의 의미와 속성에 대하여 설명한다. 또한, 이러한 기술이 Defi로 대변되는 탈중앙화 금융에 어떻게 활용되는지 설명한다.
2회에 걸처 세미나 진행
Host: 최건호     Contact: 박정인 ()     Korean     2022-01-12 18:38:14
메타버스 웹3.0 NFT 등 미래를 이끌어갈 새로운 기술들이 개발되면서 많은 사람들의 관심을 끌고있다. 본 강연에서는 이러한 기술의 근간이 되는 블록체인의 기본 개념과 암호화폐 및 스마트 컨트랙트의 의미와 속성에 대하여 설명한다. 또한, 이러한 기술이 Defi로 대변되는 탈중앙화 금융에 어떻게 활용되는지 설명한다.
Host: 최건호     Contact: 박정인 ()     Korean     2022-01-12 17:31:47
The ions in a fully ionized electrostatic plasma are described by the Euler-Poisson system with the Boltzmann relation. We numerically observe the behavior of solutions to the 1D Euler-Poisson system for various initial data and how solitary waves and singularities are developed. We also introduce some results on the linear stability of solitary waves and the formation of singularities. These are joint works with Junho Choi and Bongsuk Kwon.
Host: 강문진     To be announced     2022-01-03 13:37:44