Media/Talk

  • Media
  1. More than 40 media featured our Dyson sphere paper led by Mr. Hsiao including Tetsuya Hashimoto (2021).
  2. Black holes surrounded by massive, energy-harvesting structures could power alien civilizations , 16 August (2021), Science Magazine
  3. CAN ALIENS BUILD A DYSON SPHERE AROUND A BLACK HOLE? , 6 August (2021), INVERSE
  4. Astronomie : et si une civilisation extraterrestre avancée tirait son énergie d'un trou noir? , 9 July (2021), maxisciences.com
  5. Could we use a Dyson sphere to harvest energy around a black hole? , 8 July (2021), ZME SCIENCE
  6. Une civilisation extraterrestre avancée pourrait tirer son énergie d'un trou noir , 7 July (2021), Yahoo France
  7. WHICH ENERGY SOURCES TYPE II CIVILIZATION WILL UTILIZE IF THEY AIM TO BUILD A DYSON SPHERE AROUND A BLACK HOLE? , 30 June (2021), Uncover Reality.
  8. A Dyson Sphere Around A Black Hole , 29 June (2021), SPACEREF.
  9. MYSTERIOUS RADIO SIGNALS IN THE UNIVERSE ARE NOT FROM ALIENS , 20 April (2021), The NTHU newsletter
  10. 夜空の知られざる「爆発現象」の正体 , 3 April (2021), NewsPicks
  11. 1000分の1秒 宇宙の瞬き「高速電波バースト」の正体 , 27 March (2021), 産経新聞
  12. 高速電波バーストの頻度と歴史から正体に迫る , 22 March (2021), AstroArts
  13. 外星人來電?清大:想不到電波打這來 , 19 March (2021), 產經新聞網
  14. 外星人來電?清大:想不到電波打這來 , 18 March (2021), TUN大學網
  15. 高速電波バーストの正体: 二つの起源に絞り込む: 台湾清華大チーム’ , 16 March (2021), しんぶん赤旗
  16. 神秘的外星電波信號不是外星人發送的 , 15 March (2021), NTHU 秘書處新聞稿
  17. Press release: Mysterious radio signals in the Universe are not from aliens! , 15 March (2021), the Astronomical Society of Japan
  18. 'Focusing Squarely on FRBs with the Square Kilometre Array' , 27 Aug. (2020), astrobites
  19. 'Mysterious signals from space could teach us how dark energy works' , 8 Aug. (2019), New Scientist
  20. ‘A mysterious afterglow discovered by a research team in the Kyoto University’, Asahi Shinbun evening paper, chapter 6, 21 July (2010)
  21. ‘Is the most energetic explosion in Milky Way possible?’, Yomiuri Shinbun evening paper, chapter 12, 22 July (2010)
  22. ‘The most biggest explosion in the Universe happened in a massive galaxy, discovered by a team in the Kyoto University’, NihonKeizai Shinbun evening paper, 21 July (2010)
  23. ‘Gamma-Ray Burst, the most biggest explosion in the Universe, could happen in the Milky Way, a possibility to trigger mass extinction in the Earth’, Kyoto Shinbun evening paper, 21 July (2010)
  • Invited talk (English)
  1. 'Implications for the origin of fast radio bursts and testing general relativity' , Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica in Taiwan, 5 Nov. 2021
  2. ‘Implications for the origin of fast radio bursts and testing general relativity’, the Department of Physics, National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan, 4 Nov. 2021
  3. 'Energy functions of fast radio bursts derived from the first CHIME/FRB catalogue' , ‘2021 Taiwan FRB Face-to-Face (F2F) Workshop’, LeCosPA in Taiwan, 23 Oct. 2021
  4. 'Origins of fast radio bursts and their future applications' , Yunnan University in China, 8 April, 2021
  5. 'Origins of fast radio bursts and their future applications' , the CHIME/FRB journal club organized by the University of Toronto in Canada, 25 March, 2021
  6. 'Origins of fast radio bursts and their future applications' , National Central University in Taiwan, 12 March, 2021
  7. 'No redshift evolution of non-repeating fast radio burst rates' , online lecture at the Northeastern University, 7 Dec., 2020
  8. 'Fast radio bursts in the era of Cherenkov Telescope Array' , ‘The extreme Universe viewed in very-high-energy gamma rays 2020’, online conference, 3-4 Dec., 2020
  9. 'No redshift evolution of non-repeating fast radio-burst rates' , Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica in Taiwan, 30 Sep., 2020
  10. 'No redshift evolution of non-repeating fast radio-burst rates' , the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe/the University of Tokyo in Japan, 16 Sep., 2020
  11. 'Recent three discoveries from NTHU cosmology group' , the Institute of Astronomy, the National Central University in Taiwan, 29 Nov., 2019
  12. ‘Recent three discoveries from NTHU cosmology group’, the Institute of Astronomy, the University of Tokyo at Mitaka in Japan, 24 Oct., 2019
  13. ‘FRB cosmology and [CII] detection of a GRB host galaxy’, the Department of Astronomy, the University of Tokyo at Hongo in Japan, 15 Oct., 2019
  14. ‘Three discoveries from NTHU/Taiwan cosmology group’, National Centre for Nuclear Research in Poland, 1 Oct., 2019
  15. ‘Recent three discoveries from NTHU cosmology group’, Academia Sinica in Taiwan, 6 Sep., 2019
  16. ‘A new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 11 Oct., 2018
  17. ‘A new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, University of Tokyo in Japan, 4 Oct., 2018
  18. ‘Why Are Some Gamma-Ray Bursts Hosted by Oxygen-rich Galaxies?’, Academia Sinica in Taiwan, 5 Sep., 2018
  19. ‘Why Are Some Gamma-Ray Bursts Hosted by Oxygen-rich Galaxies?’, Yunnan Observatory in China, 8 Aug., 2018
  20. ‘Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, National Central University in Taiwan, 27 Oct., 2017
  21. ‘Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 12 Oct., 2017
  22. ‘Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, Academia Sinica in Taiwan, 9 Aug., 2017
  • Public talk (Japanese, English translation)
  1. ‘Revealing the cosmic reionization history with fast radio bursts in the era of Square Kilometre Array’, ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 14 Sep. (2021)
  2. ‘Origins of mysterious fast radio bursts’, ‘Tenpla’ tea chat, online, 21 March (2021)
  3. ‘Supernovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts in TMT era’, Asahi culture center in Yokohama ‘The new Universe to be opened by a 30m telescope, TMT’, Kanagawa, Japan, 17 May (2014)
  4. ‘From Subaru to 30m telescope, TMT’, Starry sky summit, 60th anniversary of Bisei telescope, Okayama, Japan, 10 Nov. (2013)
  5. ‘Gamma-Ray Bursts, the most energetic explosion in the Universe’, NAOJ/Subaru telescope public talk ‘Hunting of the most biggest explosion in the Universe’, Tokyo, Japan, 9 June (2013)
  6. ‘Violent galaxy’, Asahi culture center in Yokohama ‘The active Universe’, Kanagawa, Japan, 16 June (2012)
  7. ‘Active galactic nuclei and super massive black hole’, ‘Ibara astronomical course’, 2 Nov. (2008)
  • Conference talk (English)
  1. Revealing the cosmic reionization history with FRBs in the era of SKA , ‘FRB 2021’, online, 28 July - 5 August, (2021)
  2. Revealing the cosmic reionisation history with fast radio bursts in the era of Square Kilometre Array , ‘East Asia SKA Workshop 2021’, online, 28 May, (2021)
  3. Revealing the cosmic reionisation history with fast radio bursts in the era of Square Kilometre Array , ‘A precursor view of the SKA Sky’, online, 16 March, (2021)
  4. 'Origins of fast radio bursts and their future applications' , ‘YITP International Molecule-type Workshop Fast Radio Bursts: A Mystery Being Solved?’, Kyoto in Japan and online, 17 Feb., (2021)
  5. 'Revealing the cosmic reionisation history with fast radio bursts in the era of SquareKilometre Array' , ‘NEP conference 2020: Multi-Wavelength Astronomy Collaboration towards the New Era with Deep Survey Data’, Taipei in Taiwan, 27 Nov., (2020). I won the best talk award.
  6. 'Revealing the cosmic reionisation history with fast radio bursts in the era of SquareKilometre Array' , ‘The first stars and first galaxies’, online conference, 18 Nov., (2020)
  7. 'Fast radio bursts to be detected with the Square Kilometre Array' , ‘Technology for Next Generation Space-Earth Environmental Radio Science’, online talk, 26 Aug., (2020)
  8. ‘Star-formation rates of two GRB host galaxies at z~2 and a [C II] deficit observed with ALMA’, ‘The annual meeting of the Astronomical Society of Japan, ALMA/Subaru special session’, online material, 17 Mar., (2020)
  9. 'Star-formation rates of two GRB host galaxies at z~2 and a [C II] deficit observed with ALMA' , ‘East-Asia ALMA workshop’, held at ASIAA in Taiwan, 19 Feb., (2020)
  10. 'Luminosity-duration relation of fast radio bursts: a new tool for precision cosmology' , ‘the Annual Meeting of Physical Society of Taiwan 2020’, held at PingTung in Taiwan, 6 Feb., (2020)
  11. 'A young galaxy cluster in the old Universe' , ‘Galaxy Formation and Evolution Across Cosmic Time’, held at Taipei in Taiwan, 11 Dec., (2019)
  12. 'One step toward understanding cosmic re-ionization: absorption tests with a new QSO we discovered at z=6.6' , ‘Subaru 20th anniversary’, held at Kona/Hawaii in the USA, 19 Nov., (2019)
  13. 'A young galaxy cluster in the old Universe' , ‘Subaru 20th anniversary’, held at Kona/Hawaii in the USA, 19 Nov., (2019)
  14. ‘Why are some gamma-ray bursts hosted by oxygen-rich galaxies?’, ‘Yokohama GRB 2019’, held at Yokohama in Japan, 1 Nov., (2019)
  15. 'A young galaxy cluster in the old Universe' , ‘Future Science with Multi-Wavelength Data’, held in Taiwan, 25 June, (2019). I won the best talk award.
  16. ‘A young galaxy cluster in the old Universe’, ‘The Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society o the Republic of China (Taiwan)’, 17 May, (2019)
  17. 'Why Are Some Gamma-Ray Bursts Hosted by Oxygen-rich Galaxies?' , ‘Subaru-EAO High-z Galaxy Workshop 2019’, Tokyo, 1 Feb., (2019)
  18. ‘Why Are Some Gamma-Ray Bursts Hosted by Oxygen-rich Galaxies?’, ‘10th DTA symposium Stellar deaths and their diversity’, Tokyo, 22 Jan., (2019)
  19. 'The 4D Fundamental Metallicity Relation of SFGs' , ‘Science with AKARI NEP infrared data’, Taiwan, 27 June, (2018)
  20. ‘Why Are Some Gamma-Ray Bursts Hosted by Oxygen-rich Galaxies?’, ‘The Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society of the Republic of China (Taiwan)’, 20 May, (2018)
  21. ‘Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, ‘The Annual Meeting of the Physical Society of the Republic of China’, 25 Jan, (2018)
  22. ‘Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, The Cosmic Wheel and the Legacy of the AKARI archive: from galaxies and stars to planets and life, held in Tokyo, 17-20 Oct., (2017).
  23. Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies’, ' Asia-Pacific Regional IAU meeting’, Taipei in Taiwan, 3-7 July, (2017)
  24. Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies', ' Galaxy Evolution Across Time ‘, Paris in France, 12-16 June, (2017)
  25. ‘The 4th Most Important Parameter of the Fundamental Metallicity Relation of Star-forming Galaxies’, ‘The Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society of the Republic of China (Taiwan)’, 19 May, (2017)
  26. ‘The star formation rate and metallicity of the host galaxy of the dark GRB 080325 at z=1.78’, ‘The Annual Meeting of the Physical Society of the Republic of China (Taiwan)’, 17 Jan., (2017)
  27. ‘THE STAR FORMATION RATE AND METALLICITY OF THE HOST GALAXY OF THE DARK GRB 080325 AT z = 1.78’, `GRB workshop 2015’, RIKEN, WAKO, Japan, 31 August, (2015)
  28. Study on GRB host galaxies in the TMT era', `Astronomy in the TMT Era', Tokyo, Japan, 16 Oct., (2013)
  29. ‘“Dark” GRB 080325 in a Dusty Massive Galaxy at z~2’, `Progenitors and Environments of Stellar Explosions, Paris', France, 28 June, (2010)
  30. ‘“Dark” GRB 080325 in a Dusty Massive Galaxy at z~2’, `Deciphering the Ancient Universe with Gamma-Ray Bursts', Kyoto, Japan, 22 April, (2010)
  31. ‘Large extinction in a dark GRB 080325’, `The Shocking Universe: Gamma-Ray Bursts Science in the Agile, Glast & Swift Era', Venice, Italy, 14 Sep., (2009)
  32. ‘Spectroscopic Analysis of Narrow Line Regions in Active Galactic Nuclei’, `OXFORD-COSMOCT Workshop on : The Interface between Galaxy formation and AGN', Messina, Italy, 19 May, (2008)
  • Conference talk (Japanese, English translation)
  1. Revealing the cosmic reionization history with fast radio bursts in the era of Square Kilometre Array , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 14 Sep. (2021)
  2. 'The origins of fast radio bursts' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 17 March (2021)
  3. No redshift evolution of non-repeating fast radio burst rates', High energy astrophysics workshop, online, 14 and 17 Dec. (2020)
  4. Luminosity functions of repeating and non-repeating fast radio bursts , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 9, Sep., (2020)
  5. 'Luminosity-Duration Relation of Fast Radio Bursts: a new tool for precision cosmology' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 13 Sep., (2019)
  6. 'Why Are Some Gamma-Ray Bursts Hosted by Oxygen-rich Galaxies?' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 21 Sep. (2018)
  7. ‘Iron Abundances of Long GRB host galaxies’, ‘New innovation of Gamma-Ray Bursts’, Japan, 21 Nov. (2017)
  8. Surface density: a new parameter in the fundamental metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 11 Sep. (2017)
  9. 'Development of TMT Exposure Time Calculator' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 12 Sep. (2013)
  10. 'Near-infrared spectroscopy of a GRB 080325 host galaxy' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 19 Sep. (2012)
  11. 'Near-infrared spectroscopy of NGC 1068 with OAO/ISLE' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 23 Sep. (2010)
  12. 'A large extinction for a ``dark''GRB080325 in a dusty massive galaxy' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 27 March (2010)
  13. 'Near-infrared integral-field spectroscopy of NGC 7319' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 11 Sep. (2008)
  14. 'Ionization diagnostics of AGN narrow-line regions based on SDSS' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 24 MArch (2008)
  15. 'Ionization mechanism of AGN narrow-line regions with SDSS data' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 20 Sep. (2006)
  16. 'Ionization mechanism of narrow-line regions in Seyfert galaxy NGC 7319' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 8 Oct. (2005)
  17. 'A relationship between radio ejecta and ionized-gas outflow in NGC 7319' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 22 Sep. (2004)
  18. 'The current status of follow-up observations of supernovae' , ASJ annual meeting, Japan, 25 March (2003)
Tetsuya Hashimoto
Tetsuya Hashimoto
Assistant professor (NCHU)