Current and Past Visiting Scholars

Visitor Period of stay Research interests
Ruobing Dong(董若冰)
University of Victoria
11 Jul 2022 Prof. Dong, an assistant professor at the University of Victoria in Canada, is a global leader in research of planet formation. He combines simulations of the observational signatures of planet formation with real observations from leading observatories, including ALMA, VLT/SPHERE, Gemini/GPI, Subaru/HiCIAO, and VLA.
Song-hu Wang
Yale University
2 Apr 2020 exoplanets/observations
Song Huang
Princeton University
6 Jan 2020 to 11 Jan 2020 galaxies/observations
Wei Zhu
2 Jan 2020 to 9 Jan 2020 Exoplanet, dynamics, gravitational microlensing, stellar-mass black holes.
Hao-Yi Wu
Ohio State University
2 Jan 2020 to 9 Jan 2020 theoretical and experimental cosmology, cosmic acceleration, galaxy clusters, gravitational lensing, cosmological simulations, extragalactic background light, cosmic star-formation history
Miao Li
Flatiron Institute
2 Jan 2020 to 9 Jan 2020 Li’s research focuses on understanding how galaxies form and evolve, in particular on how the small-scale feedback from stars regulates galaxy formation.
Fabo Feng
Carnegie DTM
2 Jan 2020 to 9 Jan 2020 exoplanet, astrostatistics, celestial dynamics, wide binaries, interstellar objects
Suoqing Ji
California Institute of Technology
11 Dec 2019 to 13 Dec 2019 magnetohydrodynamics, turbulence, instabilities and cosmic rays
Lile Wang
Flatiron Institute
4 Dec 2019 to 5 Dec 2019 protoplanetary disks/simuations
Sandra Faber
University Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics Astronomer, UC Observatories/ Lick Observatory
8 Nov 2019 to 16 Nov 2019 Formation and evolution of galaxies