Office: ASMAB 1403
Education and Positions
- Ph.D. in Astronomy, Princeton University (2011~2016)
- B.A. in Physics, National Taiwan University (2007~2010)
Supermassive black holes are not only a common constituent of the universe but are thought to play an important role in the evolution of galaxies via processes such as AGN feedback. I study black holes and AGN feedback with optical and radio observations. In particular, I observe gas outflows associated with AGN in various phases to understand the impact on their host galaxies.