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  • SMA

    The Submillimeter Array (SMA) allows us to observe submillimeter emission from warm, dense gas and dust at unprecedented high resolutions of up to 0.1 arcsecond.
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  • TAOS

    Taiwan-American Occultation Survey (TAOS) monitors some 1000 stars per night to search for the occultation of background stars by Solar system bodies located in the Kuiper Belt.
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  • AMiBA

    The Y.T. Lee Array for Microwave Background Anisotropy (AMiBA) was dedicated on Mauna Loa in Hawaii during October 2006. It is the first instrument in Asia dedicated to the study of cosmology.
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  • CFHT

    The WIRCam on the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) makes possible large-scale near-infrared imaging surveys to revolutionize the science of star formation, galactic structure and evolution, and the large scale structure in the Universe.
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  • TIARA

    The Theoretical Institute for Advanced Research in Astrophysics (TIARA) was established in 2004 to provide an integrated program of research and education in theoretical astrophysics.
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  • ALMA

    The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is the largest ground based astronomical telescope to be built, which will be the preeminent instrument for studies of the relic radiation from the early Universe and of the formation and evolution of stars, planetary systems, galaxies and even the origin of life itself. > Learn more

  • Subaru

    Since 2008 ASIAA has contributed to the wide field visible camera Hyper SuprimeCam (HSC) for Subaru telescope. The main scientific goal of the HSC will be the study of weak gravitational lensing over large areas of the sky so as to unveil the properties of dark matter and dark energy.
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  • GLT/VLBI

    By connecting SMA and ALMA with the Greenland Telescope forming a triangle, ASIAA VLBI project will render the imaging of the event horizon of a supermassive black hole.
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  • CompAS

    CompAS is a joint research project of ASIAA, the Institute of Mathematics (ASIM) of the Academia Sinica, and the Department of Mathematics of the National Taiwan University. Its main goal is to develop high-performance codes of computational fluid dynamics and magnetohydrodynamics (CFD-MHD) for astrophysical problems. > Learn more

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Upcoming Event
2015-04-09ERG Mission Science Workshop
2015-05-04EAO Board Director Council Meeting with ESO Director General
2015-06-242015 Taipei International Workshop for Soft Matter and Biophysics
2015-07-012015 ASIAA Summer Student Program
2015-07-06Python Crash Course
2015-07-13TIARA Summer School on Numerical Astrophysics
Tech Lunch Talkabstract and yearly list 12:00~13:00 [R1203]
CCD circuit design application
Hsu Shu-Fu (ASIAA)
Colloquiumabstract and yearly list 14:20~15:20 [R1203]
Rockets – the Key to Space, Can Taiwan Make It? Chongsin Gou (Advanced Rocket Research Center; National Chiao Tung University)
CompAS Seminarabstract and yearly list 13:30~14:30 [R1108]
The Unstructured Moving Mesh Hydrodynamic Code; YUMMy
Kiyun Yun (Yonsei University Dept. Astronomy)
Astro-ph Coffee 15:30~16:00 [12F Interaction Area]
informal discussion of exciting new results on astro-ph
Astro-ph Coffee 15:30~16:00 [12F Interaction Area]
informal discussion of exciting new results on astro-ph
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The James Clerk Maxwell Telescope

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