DHIP2017 Program Committees Location Accommodation Tour


The 7th Korea-Japan Workshop on
Digital Holography and Information Photonics

Dec. 20-22, 2017 | DGDC, Daegu, Korea

Registration (on-site only)

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Date Session Time Speaker Plenary Title
Dec. 20 #1 09:00 ~ 09:50 Prof. Nam Kim Plenary Research and development of holographic optical element for three-dimensional display and microscopy
09:50 ~ 10:15 Prof. Yusuke Ogura Three dimensional structure of subdiffraction limit optical patterns
10:15 ~ 10:40 Dr. Hoonjong Kang Research activities in KETI
#2 11:00 ~ 11:25 Prof. Yasuhiro Mizutani Ghost imaging for single photon counting
11:25 ~ 11:50 Prof. Hwi Kim Fast calculation of wide viewing angle depth-map computer-generated hologram
11:50 ~ 12:15 Dr. Yoshinori Akao Compound-eye imaging for forensics
#3 13:30 ~ 13:55 Prof. Joonku Hahn 3D display making light field inside volume
13:55 ~ 14:20 Prof. Naoya Tate Nanoscale character extraction for nano-optical metric system
14:20 ~ 14:45 Prof. Seung-Yeol Lee Reflective-type reconfigurable digital hologram panel using Ge2Sb2Te5 phase change material
#4 15:05 ~ 15:30 Dr. Hidenobu Arimoto Unstained tumor detection in digestive organs based on auto fluorescence spectroscopy
15:30 ~ 15:55 Prof. Taegeun Kim Recent progress on 3D target tracking using optical scanning holography
15:55 ~ 16:20 Prof. Samuel Choi Multi-frequency swept en-face optical coherence microscopy with supercontinuum comb for in-vivo measurement of inner ear
Poster 16:40 ~ 18:00
Dec. 21 #5 09:00 ~ 09:50 Prof. Masahiro Yamaguchi Plenary Full-parallax light-field and holographic displays
09:50 ~ 10:15 Dr. Minsik Park Table-top Holographic Display with Full Parallax
10:15 ~ 10:40 Prof. Yusuke Sando Enlargement of viewing zone of holographic 3D display using a parabolic mirror
#6 11:00 ~ 11:25 Dr. Sung-Kyu Kim Formation of dynamic viewing zone in autostereoscopic 3D display
11:25 ~ 11:50 Prof. Hirotsugu Yamamoto Aerial Multi-Modal Information Display
11:50 ~ 12:15 Prof. Byoungho Lee Metasurfaces for holograms
#7 13:30 ~ 13:55 Prof. Osamu Matoba Common-path incoherent digital holography
13:55 ~ 14:20 Prof. Muhan Choi Photonic meta-devices based on optical path control
14:20 ~ 14:45 Prof. Tatsuki Tahara Multidimensional imaging with phase-shifting interferometry
#8 15:05 ~ 15:30 Dr. Kwang-Hoon Lee Quantitative verification for whether LF display system can serve accommodative function to the observer
15:30 ~ 15:55 Prof. Kenji Harada How to control polarization color
15:55 ~ 16:20 Prof. Hee-jin Choi Researches on effects of physiological depth cues on visual discomfort of augmented reality displays
Lab tour 17:00 ~ 17:40
Banquet 18:00 ~ 21:00
Dec. 22 #9 09:00 ~ 09:25 Prof. Yoshio Hayasaki Volumetric Bubble Display
09:25 ~ 09:50 Prof. Jae Hyeung Park Accommodative optical-see-through near-to-eye displays using waveguide and holographic optical elements
09:50 ~ 10:15 Prof. Takanori Nomura Incoherent holography without depth of field
10:15 ~ 10:40 Prof. Sung-Wook Min Recent researches for two type 3D screens: Reflection-type and Transmission-type
Gyeongju Tour 11:00 ~


Lab tour


  • Date: 18:00-, December 21, 2017
  • Location: Renaissance SkyView
  • Address: 16F Global-Plaza in KNU, 80, Daehak-ro, Buk-gu, Daegu
  • Tel: +82 - 53-958-2221
Name Affiliation
General Chair Prof. Sung-Wook Min Kyung Hee University, Korea
General Co-chair Prof. Takanori Nomura Wakayama University, Japan
Advisory Committee Prof. Nam Kim Chungbuk National University, Korea
Prof. Eun-Soo Kim Kwangwoon University, Korea
Dr. Jinwoong Kim Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea
Prof. Jung-Young Son Konyang University, Korea
Prof. Byoungho Lee Seoul National University, Korea
Prof. Jun Tanida Osaka University, Japan
Prof. Masahiro Yamaguchi Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Dr. Nobuyuki Hashimoto CITIZEN watch, Japan
Program Chair Prof. Jae-Hyeung Park Inha University, Korea
Program Co-chair Prof. Yoshio Hayasaki Utsunomiya University, Japan
Program Committee Members Dr. Hoonjong Kang Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Korea
Dr. Kwang-Hoon Lee Korea Photonics Technology Institute, Korea
Prof. Myungjin Cho Hankyong National University, Korea
Dr. Jae-Joong Kwon Samsung Display, Korea
Dr. Minsik Park Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea
Dr. Youngmin Kim Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Korea
Dr. Soon-gi Park Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Prof. Yusuke Ogura Osaka University, Japan
Prof. Osamu Matoba Kobe University, Japan
Prof. Hirotsugu Yamamoto Utsunomiya University, Japan
Local Committee Chair Prof. Joonku Hahn Kyungpook National University, Korea
Local Committee Members Prof. Muhan Choi Kyungpook National University, Korea
Prof. Seung-Yeol Lee Kyungpook National University, Korea

How to get Daegu

Course 1. Incheon Int’l Airport --Direct flight(1hr)--> Daegu Int’l Airport

Direct flight from Incheon Int’l Airport(ICN) to Daegue Int’l Airport(TAE) are running twice a day.

Course 2. Incheon Int’l Airport --KTX(2hr 40min)--> East-Daegu Station

There are direct KTX trains from Incheon Int’l Airport to East-Daegu Station about 3hours interval. Also, there are more options to take trains with once transfer at Seoul Train Station. Since it takes only ten minutes for transfer at Seoul Train Station, it is considerable to save your time.

Course 3. Gimhae Int’l Airport --Bus(1hr 10min)--> Daegu Express bus terminal

Gimhae international Airport is located at the northwest of Busan. There are many regular and frequent Airport Limousine Buses from Gimhae International Airport to Dongdaegu Express Terminal. The bus fare is KRW 7,200.

Course 4. Jeju Int’l Airport --Direct flight(40min)--> Daegu Int’l Airport

There are many regular and frequent flights from Jeju International Airport to Daegu Int'l Airport.

Course 5. Direct flight to Daegu Int’l Airport (There are only a few int’l lines from Japan.)

How to get DGDC(Daegu Gyungpook Design Center)

DGDC building

DGDC building

DGDC Location

Way to DGDC. 461 Dongdaegu-ro, Dong-gu, Daegu, Korea

1) From Daegu International Airport

2) From Dongdaegu Train Station(=Express bus terminal)

3) "Please go to DGDC" message

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1. Grand Hotel

2. Hotel Laonzena

3. Hotel Inter Burgo Exco

4. Airport Hotel Daegu

5. Novotel Ambassador Daegu


Gyeongju, the Museum without walls

Gyeongju was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Silla (57 BC – 935 AD) which ruled about two-thirds of the Korean Peninsula between the 7th and 9th centuries. Later Silla was a prosperous and wealthy country, and its metropolitan capital of Gyeongju was the fourth largest city in the world.  A vast number of archaeological sites and cultural properties from this period remain in the city. Gyeongju is often referred to as "the museum without walls". In this time, we plan to journey the east side of Gyeongju and there are some secret places out of reach of the foreigner.

Tour schedule and informations

Tour information

  • Only available via advanced reservation.
  • The price is KRW 50,000.


  • 11:00 - 12:00: Daegu to Gyeongju
  • 12:00 – 14:00 Lunch time
  • 14:00 – 16:00 Gyeongju National Museum tour
  • 16:00 – 18:00 Bulguksa tour
  • 18:00 – 19:00 Gyeongju to Daegu


Bulguksa is considered as a masterpiece of the golden age of Buddhist art in the Silla Dynasty (57 BC – AD 935). The temple is located on the slopes of mount Toham (Gyeongju city, South Korea) and its records state that it was built on this site under King Beopheung in 528. It is a head temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism and encompasses seven National treasures of South Korea, including the Dabotap and Seokgatap stone pagodas, Cheongun-gyo (Blue Cloud Bridge), and two gilt-bronze statues of Buddha. The temple is classified as Historic and Scenic Site No. 1 by the South Korean government. In 1995, Bulguksa was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List together with the Seokguram Grotto, which lies four kilometers to the east.

Gyeongju National Museum(國立慶州博物館)

Gyeongju National Museum is loved by visitors and residents alike as it houses numerous historical and cultural artifacts of the Silla Dynasty (57 BC - AD 935). The museum was first founded in 1945 as the GyeongjuBranch of National Museum of Korea. It has recently gone under renovation, and the galleries and the exhibition halls have taken on a new look. There are a number of national museums in key locations across Korea, but the collection of this museum is especially important because it allows the general public, archaeologists, and historians to understand the rise of civilization in southeast Korea. The museum contains important items of national cultural heritage. They include the Emille Bell, which is said to ring with the sound of a child who was sacrificed for its casting. There are several Silla crowns in the museum's collection. The museum also holds many artifacts excavated from Anapji Pond (Artificial pond in Gyeongju National Park that was constructed by order of King Munmu in 674 CE.) and artifacts excavated from the Hwangnyongsa Temple site. Many holdings are displayed outdoors, a common practice in Korean museums.


Golgul Temple


Gameun Temple


Munmu DaeWang Neung


Eupcheon Jusangjeolli