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ASIAA(대만천문천체물리연구소) Post-doc 채용 공고

  • 작성자 : KASI
  • 작성일 : 2014-12-09
  • 조회수 : 3937
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Postdoctoral Positions in Observation, Theory, or Instrumentation
Closing Date: December 15, 2014


ASIAA is an institute of Academia Sinica, the leading national research organization of Taiwan. The Institute has approximately 200 staff members (including 43 Faculty, 18 visiting scholars, 17 Project Scientist/Specialist/Support Engineer, 32 Postdocs, 31 Engineers/Technicians, and 30 Graduate Students). Research includes the Solar and Exoplanetary Systems, Star and Planet Formation, Astrochemistry, Stars and Compact objects (evolved stars, white dwarfs, neutron stars, black holes), Galactic Dynamics, Active Galaxies, Galaxy Evolution, Cosmology, and Instrumentation Developments.

1. ASIAA built two antennas (receivers included) for the SMA, and operates the SMA in collaboration with the SAO.

2. ASIAA has completed the assembly and integration of the 26 front-end units for the ALMA antennas in Taiwan. Taiwan is a member country in the ALMA project through collaborations with Japan and North America. ASIAA is the PI institute for the 35-50 GHz Band 1 receiver, which is currently under development for ALMA.

3. ASIAA is also a member of EACOA (East Asian Core Observatories Association) and has access to the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope.

4. AMiBA on Mauna Loa is being modified for intensity mapping observations of CO rotational transitions.

5. Theoretical and computational astrophysics (CompAS) is being pursued in ASIAA/TIARA (Theoretical Institute for Advanced Research in Astrophysics).

6. We participate in instrumentation development on the CFHT and Subaru Telescope. We also participate in the Hyper Suprime-Cam survey (HSC) and the Prime Focus Spectrograph (PFS) projects of the Subaru Telescope.

7. The TAOS-2 project, consisting of three 1.3m telescope deployed at San Pedro Mártir in Mexico, will see the first light in 2015 and conduct a survey of small objects beyond Neptune.

8. A new initiative (CHARMS) has been incubated by TIARA, aiming to develop numerical simulators to bridge observations and theories in fluid dynamics, chemistry, and radiative transfer.

9. The VLBI group is leading submn VLBI to image shadows of supermassive black holes, and related sciences such as AGN jets and imaging simulations. Deployment of a 12m telescope to Greenland for the VLBI operation is ongoing, aiming for first light in 2015/2016. It is also planned to perform single dish THz sciences.

10. ASIAA is also an Associate Institutional Member of SDSS-IV project, which is an on-going program to study the Milky Way, the nearby galaxy population, and large-scale structure with the three surveys APOGEE, MaNGA, and eBOSS respectively.


More information on each topic or facility can be found in our Home page.


ASIAA offers excellent research facilities and an international environment, where English is the working language. We seek candidates who will actively participate in the Institute's projects, in particular:

1. Optical/IR or radio astronomers to pursue research topics related to Institute interests (e.g., HSC, PFS, and/or SDSS-IV);  

2. astronomers with radio interferometry experience to participate in ongoing tests, software-developments, or scientific observations with the SMA, AMiBA, ALMA, or VLBI;

3. solar system or planetary astronomers to participate in the study of small objects beyond Neptune through TAOS;

4. scientists or engineers to participate in instrumentation development for Optical/IR telescopes or radio telescopes; or

5. scientists with backgrounds in astrophysics or planetary sciences to pursue topics in theoretical astrophysics, computational fluid dynamics, or MHD.

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