2022 NCHU Astrophysics symposium will be held online on 2nd September.
Speakers are young researchers working at the cutting edge of observational astronomy,
including Prof. Hatsukade at the University of Tokyo and Dr. Toba at the Astronomical
Observatory of Japan. Any students and researchers in other fields are all welcome to attend.
For attendance, please register from the following link.
The detailed information of the symposium is summarized as follows.
Schedule (Taiwan time on 2nd Sep.)
09:10-09:50 Unveiling Galaxies with Large Surveys (Yu-Yen Chang)
10:00-10:40 An Introduction of Dust-Obscured AGN Viewed with Multi-Wavelength Data (Yoshiki Toba)
13:10-13:50 Fast Radio Bursts (Tetsuya Hashimoto)
14:00-14:40 Dusty Galaxies in the Early Universe (Bunyo Hatsukade)
The link to the google meet of the symposium.
學者簡介 Brief profiles of the guest speakers
Prof. Hatsukade is an assistant professor at the University of Tokyo.
He received a Ph.D. degree in 2010 from the University of Tokyo.
After a postdoc career at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan,
he became a tenured assistant professor at the University of Tokyo. His
expertise is extragalactic astronomy in radio and submillimeter wavelengths.
He is a world-leading researcher on distant galaxies in the Universe
using cutting-edge telescopes such as ALMA.
Dr. Yoshiki Toba
Dr. Yoshiki Toba is a NAOJ fellow at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.
He received a Ph.D. degree in 2014 from the Graduate University for Advanced Studies
(SOKENDAI). He was a postdoctoral researcher at the Ehime University, ASIAA, as well
as JSPS fellow at ASIAA/Kyoto University. His expertise is co-evolution of galaxies and
supermassive black holes by multi-wavelength observations. Especially, he is an expert
on dust torus of Active Galactic Nuclei (AGNs) and Dust-Obscured Galaxies (DOGs).
Please see also the attached poster for the summarized information.