물리학과와 인문사회과학과에서 2014년 11월 첫수융합포럼을 공동 개최합니다.
여러분의 많은 관심 바랍니다.
<일시 및 장소>
◦ 일시: 2014년 11월 5일 수요일 오후 12시
◦ 장소: 창의학습관(E11), 101호
◦ 비고: 간단한 점심제공, 한국어로 진행.
<강연제목 및 연사>
- Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Migration of Populations
via Marriages in the Past
- 물리학과: 이상훈 교수(성균관대학교BK21 연구교수)
- Motivations of Political Donations: Empirical Analysis of Donors Information
in the 18th National Assembly of Korea.
(정치후원금 기부 결정요인 연구: 18대 국회의원 후원회 기부금 자료 분석)
- 인문사회과학부: 박현석 교수
O 담당: 물리학과(정미라, email@example.com / ext.2502)
인문사회과학부(박혜영, firstname.lastname@example.org/ ext.4602)
KAIST Physics Department and
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences invite you to
‘the First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum’
Date: November, 5, 2014(Wed.), 12 p.m.
Venue: Creative Learning Bldg.(E11) Room 101
Refreshment will be provided.
- Title: Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Migration of Populations
via Marriages in the Past
- Speaker: Physics Deptment-Prof. Sang Hoon
(BK21+ Research Professor. Sungkyunkwan University)
The study of human mobility is both of fundamental importance and of
great potential value. For example, it can be leveraged to facilitate
efficient city planning and improve prevention strategies when faced
with epidemics. Unfortunately, the dearth of comparable historical
data makes it much more difficult to study human mobility patterns
from the past. In this paper, we present an analysis of long-term
human migration, which is important for processes such as urbanization
and the spread of ideas. We demonstrate that the data record from
Korean family books (called “jokbo”) can be used to estimate migration
patterns via marriages from the past 750 years. We apply two
generative models of long-term human mobility to quantify the
relevance of geographical information to human marriage records in the
data, and we find that the wide variety in the geographical distributions of
the clans poses interesting challenges for the direct application of these models.
Using the different geographical distributions of clans, we quantify
the “ergodicity” of clans in terms of how widely and uniformly they have spread across Korea. Based on the correlation between ergodicity and migration
in Korea, we identify two different types of migration patterns: diffusive
<Department of Humanities and Social Sciences>
- Title: Motivations of Political Donations: Empirical Analysis of Donors
Information in the 18th National Assembly of Korea.
- Speaker: Prof. Hyeon Seok Park
This study examines the patters of political contribution by investigating
the information of political donations in 18th National Assembly of Korea.
The determinants of political donation are empirically analyzed with the data
from the supporters’ organization of each legislator. The results show that big
donors prefer the members of majority party with stronger influence on policy
outcomes compared to the members of minority parties. Moreover, the targets
of big donations change over time with the chage of balance of power between
president and the National Assembly.
Different from bid donations, small-sized donations are affected by the ideology
and personal wealth of individual legislators. Different from popular concern,
small donations are largely driven by the motivation of political participation.
◦ For further inquires
Physics Department: email@example.com/ext.2502
Dept. of Humanities & Social Sciences: firstname.lastname@example.org/ext.4602