Have you imagened how big the Universe is? When and how supermassive black holes formed? Our group studies observational cosmology using data taken with Subaru 8.2-m telescope and AKARI Infrared space telescope.
We are seeking a Chinese-English or Chinese-Japanese part-time assistant.
Tomo's paper is published from MNRAS ( See arxiv ).
Kevin's paper is acceptted in MNRAS ( See arxiv ).
Kevin Huang in master course in our group had his master thesis defense.
See previous news in NEWS ARCHIVE.
Cosmology (Dark Energy), Cosmic re-ionization using supermassive black holes, Cosmic star formation history with infrared space telescope
Visiting Assistant Professor/MOST fellow
Tel: +886-3-573-3220 (#33220)
Cosmic re-ionization using Lyα halos, Circum- and inter-galactic medium, Galaxy formation and evolution, Star formation activities in disk galaxies
Post-Doc Research Fellow
Galaxy evolution, Luminosity Function, Infrared galaxies, sub-mm galaxies, and star-formation history of the Universe
Tel: +886-3-575-5131 (#33303)
The expansion of the Universe via Hubble diagram, Tully-Fisher relation in calculating the distance of an object, molecular emission from a galaxy
Tel: +886-3-575-5131 (#33301)
High redshift galaxies and galaxy evolution
Cosmic reionization using high-redshift QSO spectra
ALMA fellow (Albert Kong's group in NTHU)
Gamma-Ray Burst and Galaxy
Ph.D student (NTU, ASIAA)
Distant supermassive black holes
Thr 15:00- in R501 or R524
We have group meeting on every Tuesday. Everyone reports on their progress of a week.
Fridays 14:00- in R521
(Lunch with speaker from 13:00- in R501)
IoA in NTHU has the Astronomy colloquim on every Friday. Many speakers come from other institutes. So, it is a good oppotunity to garner your knowledge about astronomy.
We also introduce our activities in Blog. Check and see!