Subaru Seminars





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Subaru Seminars are usually held in Room 104 of the Hilo Base Facility, adjacent to the main lobby. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are interested in giving a seminar, please contact Subaru seminar organizers (Thayne Currie, Tae-Soo Pyo, Nagayoshi Ohashi) by email : (please change "_at_" to @).

Upcoming seminars 

2017/09/22 11:00am Abstract

" Caught in the act: compact ellipticals in formation "
Anna Ferre-Mateu (Swinburne University of Technology)
2017/08/08 11:00am Abstract

" Dissecting the star formation rate and stellar mass relation of nearby galaxies with the MaNGA survey"
Li-Hwai Lin (ASIAA)
" The role of group or cluster environment in star formation quenching from z = 0.2 to 1.1"
Hung-Yu Jian (ASIAA)
2017/08/02 11:00am Abstract

" The life-cycle of gas in dying galaxies"
Katherine Alatalo (Carnegie Obs)
2017/06/29 11:00am Abstract

" A search for Ly-alpha emitters around concentrated strong Ly-alpha absorbers at z=2.3"
Kazuyuki Ogura (Ehime University)
2017/06/05 11:00am Abstract

"Directly Imaging and Characterizing Young Planetary Systems with the Subaru Telescope "
Thayne Currie (NAOJ/Subaru)
2017/05/08 11:00am Abstract

"Chemical abundances in low-mass young galaxies "
Antonello Calabro
2017/05/01 11:00am Abstract

" Challenge and Opportunity of Commercial Lunar Exploration "
Chit-Hong Yam
2017/04/13 11:00am Abstract

" Searching for Strong Lenses to Probe Dark Matter Substructures "
James Chan
(NTU, Taiwan)
2017/04/12 11:00am Abstract

" Star formation and gas flows of galaxies as revealed by chemical evolution "
Nao Fukagawa
" Star-forming activity and ISM conditions of the [OIII]-selected galaxies before the peak epoch "
Tomoko Suzuki
2017/04/07 11:00am Abstract

" Diagnosing the Composition of Star-Grazing Bodies in HD 172555, a member of the beta Pictoris Moving Group "
Carol Grady
(NASA-Goddard/Eureka Scientific)
2017/03/16 1:00 pm Abstract

" First Direct Te Method Determinations of Gas-Phase Metal Abundances and Ionization Parameters for high-z Ly-alpha Emitters "
Takashi Kojima
(University of Tokyo)
2017/02/27 11:00 am Abstract

" Infrared selected ANGs and prospects with HSC "
Yu-Yen Chang
2017/02/22 11:00 am Abstract

" Discovery of the most distant galaxy cluster known to date at z=2.51, and its implications on galaxy formation and cosmology "
Tao Wang
2017/02/14 11:00 am Abstract

" Young Planet-Mass Objects in Taurus "
Po-Shih Chiang
2017/01/26 11:00 am Abstract

" Jupiter Trojan Survey with Hyper Suprime-Cam "
Tsuyoshi Terai
(Subaru Telescope)
2017/01/24 11:00 am Abstract

" The Symbiotic Nature of AGN and SF activities of AGNs and their Host Galaxies : AKARI Perspective "
Ji-Hoon Kim
(Subaru Telescope)
2016/11/02 11:00 am Abstract

" Design and construction of a prototype Schwardschild-Couder telescope for the Cherenkov Telescope Array "
Julien Rousselle
2016/09/06 11:00 am Abstract

" SHELLQs: HSC high-z quasar factory "
Yoshiki Matsuoka
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
2016/07/25 11:00 am Abstract

" Constraining the spin of Sgr A* via the motion of the S stars "
Yohsuke Takamori
(Wakayama National College of Technology)
2016/06/03 11:00 am Abstract

" The CHARIS Integral Field Spectrograph for Subaru "
Tyler Groff
(Princeton University)
2016/05/27 11:00 am Abstract

" Project Solaris and The Little Spectrograph that Could "
Stanisław Kozłowski
(Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center)
2016/05/19 11:00 am Abstract

" A survey for line-emitting galaxies around a possible DLA cluster "
Kazuyuki Ogura
(Ehime University)

Finished seminars (2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006 / 2007 / 2008 / 2009 / 2010 / 2011 / 2012 / 2013 / 2014 / 2015)

2016/05/13 3:30 pm Abstract

" Searching for z- and Y-dropout QSOs in UKIDSS-UDS and VIKING fields "
Ji-Jia Tang
(National Taiwan University)
2016/05/10 11:00 am Abstract

" Isophote Shapes of Early-Type Galaxies in Massive Clusters at z ~ 1 and 0 "
Kazuma Mitsuda
(University of Tokyo)
2016/05/06 11:00 am Abstract

" The state of H2 gas and the initial conditions of star formation in galaxies: A new view in the age of Herschel and ALMA "
Padelis Papadopoulos
(Cardiff University)
2016/05/05 11:00 am Abstract

" A fundamental constraint on the imaging of molecular gas and dust in the early Universe "
Zhi-Yu Zhang
(IfA/University of Edinburgh/ESO)
2016/03/07 11:00 am Abstract

" Astronomical big data visualization and the future of the planetarium "
Mark Subbarao
(Adler Planetarium)
2016/03/04 11:00 am Abstract

" Investigation of the Coevolution between Supermassive Blackholes and Galaxies at Redshift 3 through Subaru Near-Infrared Observations "
Yuriko Saito
(Subaru Telescope)
2016/03/03 03:00 pm Abstract

" The Search for Planet Nine "
Michael Brown
2016/02/26 11:00 am Abstract

" Extremely Massive Black Holes at 1<z<6 "
Hyunsung Jun
2016/02/19 11:00 am Abstract [Presentation:PDF]

" The ALMA revolution: gas and dust in planet-forming disks "
Nienke van der Marel
(IfA Manoa)
2016/02/16 11:00 am Abstract [Presentation:PDF]

" Probing Planetary Formation and the Late Stages of Stellar Evolution at the Angular Resolution Frontier "
Michael Ireland
(Australian National University)
2016/02/12 11:00 am Abstract [Presentation:PDF]

" The dominance of quenching through cosmic times "
Alvio Renzini
(Astronomical Observatory of Padova)
2016/01/29 11:00 am Abstract

" Resolving the Clumpy Structure of the Outflow Winds in Gravitationally Lensed Quasar "
Toru Misawa
(Shinshu University)
2016/01/28 02:00 pm Abstract [Presentation:PPTX]

" The Canadian Astronomy Data Centre "
David Schade
2016/01/28 11:00 am Abstract [Presentation:PPTX]

" A bibliometric analysis of observatory publications for the period 2009-2013 "
Dennis Crabtree
2016/01/04 11:00 am Abstract

" Super Star Clusters and Their Environments "
Shery Yeh
(Subaru Telescope)
2015/12/09 03:00 pm Abstract
" A Brief Introduction of Deep Neural Network and its Application to Astronomy "
Katsuhiko Ishiguro
(NTT Communication Science Laboratories)
" Machine Learning Selection for Supernovae from Subaru/HSC data "
Mikito Morii
(Institute of Statistics and Math)

Seminars are also held at JAC, CFHT, IfA, and Gemini.

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