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Roberto Decarli 13 Jun 2018 to 23 Jun 2018
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Roberto Decarli 13 Jun 2018 to 23 Jun 2018
 
Christian Wolf 17 Jun 2018 to 30 Jun 2018
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Eiichi Egami 21 Jun 2018 to 17 Jul 2018
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Christian Wolf 17 Jun 2018 to 30 Jun 2018
 
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Eiichi Egami 21 Jun 2018 to 17 Jul 2018
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Jianhui LIAN 25 Jun 2018 to 29 Jun 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Past Visiting Scholars

Visitor Period of stay Research interests
Daniel Harsono
Leiden University
5 Jun 2017 to 15 Jun 2017 testing of radiative transfer tools for ALLEGRO ALMA arcnode, accretion disk formation around low-mass stars
Zhi-Yu Zhang(张智昱)
University of Edinburgh/ESO
14 Jun 2017
Nan Li
University of Chicago
9 Jun 2017 Machine Learning and Gravitational Lensing, interactive Lens Modeling, Simulations of Time Delays in Galaxy Scale Lensing
Xu KONG (孔旭)
University of Science and Technology of China
8 Jun 2017 stellar population synthesis and its application, two dimension properties of low-z/high-z galaxies, formation and evolution of low-z/high-z galaxies, dust attenuation and the IRX-beta relationship
Paula Andrea Sánchez
Departamento de Astronomia, Universidad de Chile, Chile.
13 Mar 2017 to 7 Jun 2017 Active galactic nuclei (AGN) variability and its connection with AGN physical properties, time domain astronomy, variable stars, big data analysis, data science.
Zachariah Etienne
West Virginia University
1 Jun 2017 Compact binary inspirals & mergers: Simulations in fully dynamical spacetimes, Black hole accretion, New techniques for performing compact object and compact binary simulations, Gravitational wave astrophysics & data analysis
Ian Philip Czekala
KIPAC Fellow at Stanford University
24 May 2017 to 28 May 2017 young stars, protoplanetary disks, pre-main sequence evolution, and exoplanets
Bruno Merín
ESAC Science Data Centre
19 May 2017 Star and planet formation, disk evolution; Exo-planets population models; Infrared and multi-wavelength astronomy; machine learning and discovery; computational bayesian statistics; Space data science
Matt Johns
Mirror Laboratory, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
16 May 2017
Taka Kajino
Int. Research Center for Big-Bang Cosmology and Element Genesis
6 Apr 2017

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