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ALMA Revealing the Pseudo-disk, Keplerian Rotating disk, and Jet in the Very Young Protostellar System HH 212
1st Front End Service Vehicle (FESV) arrived AOS
A rotating disk (from the SMA observations) is detected around a protostar launching a powerful jet in Orion
CRL 618
Extreme Active Molecular Jets in L1448C
Collimated fast winds in Preplanetary Nebulae
The Reflection-Symmetric Wiggle of the Young Protostellar Jet HH211
The HH212 molecular jet
Lee, Chin-Fei
Acting Deputy Director; Research Fellow
photo of Lee, Chin-Fei
Office: ASMAB 1318
TEL: +886-2-2366-5445
FAX: +886-2-2367-7849
Email: cflee_replace2@_asiaa.sinica.edu.tw

Education and Positions

  • PI, ALMA-Taiwan Project (2019~present)
  • Manager, ASIAA CASA Development Center for ALMA (2016~present)
  • Deputy Director, ASIAA (2017~present)
  • Joint Professor, National Taiwan University (2015~present)
  • Research Fellow, ASIAA (2015~present)
  • co-PI, ALMA-Taiwan Project (2016~2019)
  • Time Allocation Committee for Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) (2015~2017)
  • East-Asia ALMA Scientific Advisory Committee (2011~2014)
  • Associate Research Fellow, ASIAA (2010~2014)
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, National Taiwan Normal University (2010~2014)
  • Manager, Taiwan ALMA Regional Center (ARC) Node (2009~2015)
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, National Taiwan Normal University (2008~2010)
  • Time Allocation Committee for Submillimeter Array (SMA) (2007~2008)
  • Assistant Research Fellow, ASIAA (2006~2009)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics – Submillimeter Array Project (2003~2006)
  • Postdoctoral Research Associateship, Jet Propulsion Lab/National Research Council (2001~2003)
  • Ph.D., Astronomy, University of Maryland (2001)
  • M.S., Astronomy, University of Maryland (1997)

Honors & Awards

  • Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) Outstanding Research Award (2020)
  • Academia Sinica Investigator Award (2019~2023)
  • Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) Outstanding Research Award (2017)
  • Significant Research Achievements of Academia Sinica (2017)
  • Significant Research Achievements of Academia Sinica (2016)
  • Significant Research Achievements of Academia Sinica (2014)
  • Academia Sinica Career Development Award (2013~2017)
  • Significant Research Achievements of Academia Sinica (2010)
  • Significant Research Achievements of Academia Sinica (2009)
  • Significant Research Achievements of Academia Sinica (2007)
  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, University of Maryland (2001)
  • Berkeley-Illinois-Maryland Association (BIMA) scholarship, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (1995~1997)
  • Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society of the Republic of China, Institute of Astronomy, National Central University (1994)

Research Interests

I am interested mainly in the formation and evolution of sunlike stars. With radio observations and magneto-hydrodynamical simulations, I aim to achieve a better understanding of their physical processes. In star formation, I study the gravitational collapse of circumstellar material around protostars (baby stars), and jet and outflow interactions with the surrounding material. In stellar evolution, I study the formation mechanism of proto-planetary and planetary nebulae in order to determine the mass-loss mechanism as sunlike stars die. Hydrogen chemistry and radiative cooling have been added into our numerical codes in order to simulate jet and outflow interactions more realistically.

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