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Artist impression of fullerenes in front of a planetary nebulae.
The location of the C60 containing Planetary Nebulae (blue symbols) in the Milky Way
Crystallization of circumstellar silicates
lattice structure of crystalline silicate
lattice structure of amorphous silicate
The crystalline fraction of interstellar silicates in starburst galaxies
Three color image of the Large Magellanic Cloud, taken with the Herschel space telescope
Schematic chemical structure of the circumstellar shell of an AGB star
The life cycle of dust in the interstellar medium of a galaxy
Kemper, Francisca
Research Fellow (Temporary Transfer: European ALMA Programme Scientist, ESO)
photo of Kemper, Francisca
Office: ESO
Email: ciska_replace2@_asiaa.sinica.edu.tw

Education and Positions

  • European ALMA Programme Scientist, European Southern Observatory (2018~present)
  • Research Fellow, Academia Sinica (2015~present)
  • Associate Research Fellow, Academia Sinica (2010~2015)
  • Lecturer, University of Manchester (2006~2011)
  • Assistant Professor, University of Virginia (2005~2007)
  • Spitzer Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles (2002~2005)
  • Ph.D. Astronomy, University of Amsterdam (1998~2002)
  • M.Sc. Astronomy, Leiden University (1992~1997)

Honors & Awards

  • Academia Sinica Investigator Award (2017~2021)
  • Franco-Taiwanais Grand Prix Scientifque (2017)
  • Academia Sinica Award for Junior Research Investigators (2014)
  • Academia Sinica Career Development Award (2012~2016)
  • Leverhulme Research Fellowship (2008~2010)
  • Spitzer Fellowship (2002~2005)

Research Interests

Astrophysics of dust; life cycle of dust and gas; ISM in galaxies; evolved stars; astrostatistics; reproducible research; infrared instrumentation

Recent Journal Papers

Complete List of Publications

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