We celebrated the 30th Birthday of ASIAA with contributions of posters on the CompAS/CHARMS projects and NanoSIMS. The image above shows CHARMS PI Dr. Shang discussing NanoSIMS with ASIAA researchers.
The Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA) in Taipei, Taiwan, has multiple openings for postdoctoral positions. We seek candidates to pursue observational and theoretical studies in the Institute’s projects in solar system science, star and planet formation, galaxy formation and evolution, cosmology, and high energy astrophysics; or to participate in instrumentation development for optical/IR/submm telescopes.
The CompAS and CHARMS projects are devoted to in-house algorithm and code developments driven by leading-edge scientific challenges and needs. The NanoSIMS lab is specialized for studies of presolar grains and ancient planetary materials. ASIAA has a dedicated CPU cluster, several GPU servers, as well as access to the National High-performance Computing Center.
The closing date for the application is November 15, 2023. For more details please refer to the job opening page at ASIAA.
Academician Frank Shu, the late Distinguished Research Fellow of the ASIAA, a key driving force in establishing the Institute, and an important inspiration to the CHARMS project, passed away on April 22, 2023. ASIAA established a memorial webpage with a mourning wall and collections of his inspirational speeches and interviews. ASIAA also held a memorial on June 30, 2023, to honor his significant contributions to the international astronomical community and the Institute. A video directed by Dr. Hsien Shang, in loving memory of Frank Shu and celebrating his life and career, was released and performed on the memorial.