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The role of molecular gas in suppressing star formation in galaxies
Subaru conducts latest population census of galaxy clusters
First results on the cluster galaxy population from the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam survey. I. The role of group or cluster environment in star formation quenching from z = 0.2 to 1.1
The Pan-STARRS1 Medium-deep Survey: Star Formation Quenching in Group and Cluster Environments
Clustering radius vs. specific star formation rate of z ~ 2 star forming galaxies
Lin, Li-Hwai
Research Fellow
photo of Lin, Li-Hwai
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Education and Positions

  • Research Fellow (2021~present)
  • Associate Research Fellow (2016~2021)
  • Assistant Research Fellow (2009~2015)
  • Postdoc, ASIAA (2007~2009)
  • Postdoc, UC Santa Cruz, US (2006~2007)
  • Postdoc, National Taiwan University (2006)
  • Ph. D., Physics, National Taiwan University (2001~2006)

Honors & Awards

  • Career Development Award, Academia Sinica (2018~2022)

Research Interests

My main research interests are in the evolution of galaxy properties and the formation of large-scale structures. Using the kinematic close pairs and optical-selected merging galaxies from DEEP2 redshift survey, I study the redshift evolution of galaxy merger rates and how efficiently the galaxy interaction can trigger the star formation. I also study the linkage between the galaxy properties and their hosting environments, such as galaxy groups and clusters, identified in the PanSTARRS and HSC surveys. The purpose is to understand how the galaxies evolve to what they are in the present day universe and how they are associated with the built-up of the large-scale structures. In addition, I also study the galaxy luminosity/stellar mass evolution up to z ~ 8 using the CFHT/WIRCAM and Spitzer data in GOODS fields, in order to understand when the most massive galaxies form. I am currently involved in the SDSS-IV/MaNGA program, which is an IFU survey for 10,000 nearby galaxies, to study the physical processes that quench the star formation in galaxies.

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