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Earth-sized planet formation around late M dwarfs
A Hot Jupiter Bloated by a Thermal Bulge
Formation and Evolution of Protoplanetary and Circumplanetary Disks with Antares Three-Dimensional Global Hydrodynamic Simulations
Formation and Evolution of Protoplanetary and Circumplanetary Disks with Antares Three-Dimensional Global Hydrodynamic Simulations
Formation of Isothermal Circumplanetary Disks with Three-Dimensional Global Simulations for Sub-Neptune-Mass Protoplanets
Weather on a Hot Jupiter
Numerical model for the asymmetric distribution of gas and dust column density maps of a face-on protoplanetary disk.
Hot Jupiters on Prograde/Retrograde Orbits
Asymmetric distribution of dust in an eccentric protoplanetary disk
Tidal and Magnetic Interactions Between a Hot Jupiter and its Host Star in the Magnetospheric Cavity of a Protoplanetary Disk
Gu, Pin-Gao
Associate Research Fellow
photo of Gu, Pin-Gao
Office: ASMAB 1212
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Education and Positions

  • Associate Research Fellow, ASIAA (2013~present)
  • Assistant Research Fellow, ASIAA (2005~2013)
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, National Taiwan Normal University (2005~2009)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, ASIAA (2000~2005)
  • Ph.D., Physics, University of Texas at Austin (2000)

Research Interests

My current research interests focus primarily on theoretical aspects of planetary sciences, especially in the context of exoplanetary astronomy. Planet formation and evolution around FGKM dwarfs are being modeled to interpret the KEPLER results and to prepare the science for CFHT-SPIRou, The theory of thermal tides is being investigated to examine whether the model can explain the anomalously large size of hot Jupiters and how it is related to the weather in these toasted worlds. I have been working closely with radio astronomers to kinematically identify various substructures in protoplanetary disks with the ALMA data, such as gas rings, spiral inflow, pressure bump, and disk eccentricity. Some of these features may be intimately related to planet formation. Furthermore, I am engaging in a calculation about the origin of nano dust in the present Solar System. Besides planetary sciences, I am also studying shock dynamics in the environments of star-forming clouds.

I enjoy interacting with students (both undergraduate and graduate). If you are highly interested in my research, please do not hesitate to contact me for more details.

Publications

My Publications from ADS

Journal Papers affiliated with ASIAA

  1. Gu PG, "The Drag Instability in a 2D Isothermal C-shock" , ApJ: 914(2), id.87 (20pp), Jun, 2021 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  2. Lin Y-C; Matsumoto Y; Gu P-G, "Formation of multiple-planet systems in resonant chains around M dwarfs" , ApJ: 907(2), id.81 (11pp), Feb, 2021 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  3. Gu P-G; Chen C-Y, "The Drag Instability in a 1D Isothermal C-shock" , ApJ: 898(1), id.67 (18pp.), Jul, 2020 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  4. Matsumoto Y; Gu P-G; Kokubo E; et al., "Ejection of close-in super-Earths around low-mass stars in the giant impact stage" , A&A: 642, id.A23 (10pp.), Oct, 2020 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  5. Yen H-W; Gu P-G, "Kinematical signs of dust trapping and feedback in a local pressure bump in the protoplanetary disk around HD 142527 revealed with ALMA" , ApJ: 905(2), id.89 (16 pp.), Dec, 2020 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  6. Gu P-G; Peng D-K; Yen C-C, "Modeling the Thermal Bulge of a Hot Jupiter with the Two-stream Approximation" , ApJ: 887(2), id. 228 (15 pp.), Dec, 2019 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  7. Yen H-W; Gu P-G; Hirano N; Koch PM; Lee C-F; Liu HB; Takakuwa S, "HL Tau Disk in HCO+ (3-2) and (1-0) with ALMA: Gas Density, Temperature, Gap, and One-arm Spiral" , ApJ: 880(2), id. 69 (18 pp.), Aug, 2019 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  8. Yen H-W; Takakuwa S; Gu P-G; Hirano N; Lee CF; Liu HB; Liu SY; Wu CJ, "Signs of outflow feedback from a nearby young stellar object on the protostellar envelope around HL Tauri" , A&A: 623, id. A96 (20 pp.), Mar, 2019 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  9. Tang Y-W*; Guilloteau S; Dutrey A; ...; Gu PG; ...; Ho PTP; ...; Ohashi N; et al., "Planet Formation in AB Aurigae: Imaging of the inner gaseous Spirals observed inside the Dust Cavity" , ApJ: 840(1), 32, May, 2017 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  10. Yen H-W; Liu HB; Gu P-G; Hirano N; Lee C-F ; Puspitaningrum E; Takakuwa S, "Gas Gaps in the Protoplanetary Disk around the Young Protostar HL Tau" , ApJL: 820(2), L25, April 1, 2016 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  11. Lee W-K; Gu P-G, "The Effect of Vertical Temperature Gradient on the Propagation of Three-dimensional Waves in a Protoplanetary Disk" , ApJ: 814(1), 72, Nov 20, 2015 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  12. Takami M; Hasegawa Y; Muto T; ...; Gu P-G; Dong R; Karr JL; ...; Chapillon E; Tang Y-W; et al., "Surface Geometry of Protoplanetary Disks Inferred From Near-Infrared Imaging Polarimetry" , ApJ: 795(1), 71, Nov, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  13. Tsai S-M; Dobbs-Dixon I; Gu P-G, "Three-dimensional Structures of Equatorial Waves and the Resulting Super-rotation in the Atmosphere of a Tidally Locked Hot Jupiter" , ApJ: 793(2), 141, Oct, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  14. Wang H-H; Bu D; Shang H; Gu P-G, "Formation of Isothermal Disks around Protoplanets. I. Introductory Three-Dimensional Global Simulations for Sub-Neptune-Mass Protoplanets" , ApJ: 790(1), 32, July, 2014 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  15. Chang Y-L; Bodenheimer PH; Gu P-G, "Coupled Evolutions of the Stellar Obliquity, Orbital Distance, and Planet's Radius due to the Ohmic Dissipation Induced in a Diamagnetic Hot Jupiter around a Magnetic T Tauri Star" , ApJ: 757(2), 118, Oct 1, 2012 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  16. Hsieh H-F; Gu P-G, "On the Secular Behavior of Dust Particles in an Eccentric Protoplanetary Disk with an Embedded Massive Gas Giant Planet" , ApJ: 760(2), 119, Dec 1, 2012 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  17. Chang SH; Gu PG; Bodenheimer PH, "Tidal and Magnetic Interactions Between a Hot Jupiter and its Host Star in the Magnetospheric Cavity of a Protoplanetary Disk" , ApJ: 708(2), 1692-1702, Jan 10, 2010 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  18. Gu PG, "[News & Views] Extrasolar planets: Larger than they ought to be" , Nature: 465(7296), 300-301, May 20, 2010 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  19. Gu PG; Ogilvie GI, "Diurnal thermal tides in a non-synchronized hot Jupiter" , MNRAS: 395(1), 422-435, May 1, 2009 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  20. Gu PG; Suzuki TK, "Thermal Response of a Solar-like Atmosphere to an Electron Beam from a Hot Jupiter: A Numerical Experiment" , ApJ: 705(2), 1189-1195, Nov 10, 2009 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  21. Gu PG; Shkolnik E; Li SL; et al., "Interactions between hot Jupiters and their host stars" , AN: 326(10), 909-912, Dec, 2005 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  22. Shkolnik E; Walker GAH; ...; Gu PG; et al, "Hot Jupiters and hot spots: The short- and long-term chromospheric activity on stars with giant planets" , ApJ: 622(2), 1075-1090, Apr 1, 2005 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  23. Gu PG; Bodenheimer PH; Lin DNC, "The Internal Structural Adjustment Due to Tidal Heating of Short-Period Inflated Giant Planets" , ApJ: 608(2), 1076-1094, Jun 20, 2004 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  24. Gu PG; Lin DNC; Vishniac ET, "Drag Instability" , Ap&SS: 292(1), 261-265, Mar, 2004 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  25. Gu PG; Lin DNC; Bodenheimer PH, "The effect of tidal inflation instability on the mass and dynamical evolution of extrasolar planets with ultrashort periods" , ApJ: 588(1), 509-534, May 1, 2003 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
  26. Gu PG, "Vorticity budget of weak thermal convection in Keplerian disks" , ApJ: 540(1), 404-411, Sep 1, 2000 [SCI] ( ADS | Fulltext )
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