访问学者

Future Visiting Scholars

Visitor Period of stay Research interests

Ruobing Dong(董若冰)

University of Victoria
11 Jul 2022 to 1 Jan 2023 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.

Past Visiting Scholars

Visitor Period of stay Research interests
Pau Amaro-Seoane
Max-Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics
21 Feb 2019 to 20 Mar 2019 stellar dynamics, LIGO/Virgo/LISA black holes, data analysis and gravitational-wave search algorithms, planetesimal dynamics, scalar fields and collisional dark matter, and GPU computing
Fabio Vito
Istituto de Astrofísica, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile)
19 Jan 2019 to 23 Jan 2019 My research is focussed on the evolution of the AGN population across cosmic time, with a particular focus on the high-redshift population, mainly using data from deep X-ray surveys, and ancillary data and galaxy properties from multi wavelength surveys.
Claudio Ricci
Universidad Diego Portales
17 Jan 2019 to 20 Jan 2019 Active Galactic Nuclei, X-ray astronomy
Alessandro Sonnenfeld
Leiden Observatory
9 Jan 2019 to 16 Jan 2019 massive early-type galaxies
Jianhui Lian
University of Portsmouth
9 Jan 2019 to 16 Jan 2019 Galactic and extragalactic chemical evolution, Star formation history of galaxies, and galaxy environment
Nils Ake Andersson
University of Southampton
8 Jan 2019 to 15 Jan 2019 Relativistic superfluidity and elasticity Heat and dissipation in general relativity Neutron star asteroseismology (and instabilies, e.g, r-modes) Neutron star dynamics (glitches, LMXB spin variability, accretion)
Siyi Feng
East Asian Core Observatories Association
28 Dec 2018 galactic star formation
Liu, Hau-Yu
ASIAA
28 Dec 2018 Circumstellar envelope/disk, molecular cloud, Galactic center
Zhen Guo
University of Hertfordshire
26 Dec 2018 to 4 Jan 2019
Pau Amaro-Seoane
Max-Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics
15 Dec 2018 to 21 Dec 2018 stellar dynamics, LIGO/Virgo/LISA black holes, data analysis and gravitational-wave search algorithms, planetesimal dynamics, scalar fields and collisional dark matter, and GPU computing