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STUDIES (SCUBA-2 Ultra Deep Imaging EAO Survey)
The first ALMA-Taiwan result published with Cycle 0 data
Infrared Hubble Deep Field
ALMA Detection of the Host Galaxy of gamma-Ray Burst GRB 080607
SMA observations of GOODS850-11 and GOODS 850-13. First examples of Multiple Submillimeter Sources Resolved by Interferometer
Wang, Wei-Hao
Research Fellow
photo of Wang, Wei-Hao
Office: ASMAB 1210
TEL: +886-2-2366-5394
FAX: +886-2-2367-7849
Email: whwang_replace2@_asiaa.sinica.edu.tw

Education and Positions

  • Research Fellow, ASIAA (2018~present)
  • Associate Research Fellow, ASIAA (2013~2018)
  • Assistant Research Fellow, ASIAA (2009~2013)
  • Jansky Fellow, National Radio Astronomy Observatory (2006~2009)
  • Ph.D., Astronomy, University of Hawaii (2006)
  • M.S., Astronomy, National Central University (1998)
  • B.S., Physics, National Taiwan University (1996)

Honors & Awards

  • Jansky Fellow, National Radio Astronomy Observatory (2006)

Research Interests

I am interested in multiwavelength observational studies of galaxy formation and evolution. Most of my recent effort focuses on understanding the submillimeter galaxy population, which emits strongly in the far-infrared and submillimeter but is hidden by dust in the optical. Such galaxies are nearly entirely missed by optical observations but they contribute to the cosmic star formation history as much as (if not exceeding) galaxies found by optical telescopes. I am also interested in finding the most distant galaxies and supermassive black holes in the optical and near-infrared, dense intergalactic medium that absorbs ultraviolet light from distant objects, and host galaxies of distant gamma-ray bursts.

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