Radio Astronomy Division

한국천문연구원 전파천문본부

Radio Colloquium

attachment This is a "weekly", very informal colloquium hosted by the radio division of KASI. Anyone can utilize this colloquium spot for a variety of purposes: e.g., to introduce interesting scientific/non-scientific results or news, to report about a meeting you recently attended, to practice your oral presentation for a coming meeting, and even to celebrate something. Depending on what to do, you can propose the meeting place as well: e.g., the seminar room (331-2) or the coffee/tea place of the Jangyoungsil hall. In the case of an oral presentation, ideally it is expected to be no longer than 30 min. Please contact me [Woojin Kwon, wkwon(at) ], if you have something to share.

매 주 금요일에 진행되는 전파 콜로퀴움은 전파천문본부에서 일어나는 다양한 연구와 소식 등을 편안한 분위기에서 공유하는 자리입니다. 예를 들면, 흥미로운 연구 결과, 유용한 생활 정보, 최근 참여한 미팅 소개, 다가오는 미팅 발표 연습, 축하연 등을 위한 시간으로 활용 가능합니다. 장소는 세미나룸, 휴게실 등 상황에 따라 제안하실 수 있으며, 발표 언어도 한국어, 영어 모두 대환영입니다. 발표는 가능한 30분을 초과하지 않도록 준비해 주시면 됩니다. 이 시간을 활용하시고자 하시면 언제든 연락주시기 바랍니다. [권우진, wkwon(at) ]

Date일자 Contents제목
Title Constraining the infalling envelope of embedded protostars: BHR71 and its hot corinos
Speaker Mr. Yao-Lun Yang (UT-Austin)
Abstract Star formation processes such as infall, accretion, and outflows increase the complexity of molecules, allowing us to use those molecules to probe the physical environments where stars form. The most deeply embedded protostars present particularly rich spectra of molecules due to their dense envelope and active infall and outflows, making them best probed by molecular spectroscopy. Stars form via ... more

Title Water vapor toward high-mass star-forming regions and photodissociation regions (PDRs): the Herschel/HIFI view
Speaker Choi, Yunhee (Radio Science Group, KASI)
Abstract The purpose of this work is to study the physical and chemical evolution of high-mass star formation using H2O, which is a sensitive tracer of conditions in star-forming regions. Herschel/HIFI allows us to observe velocity-resolved multiple rotational transitions of H2O including the ground-state levels, and also its isotopologues. In addition, photodissociation regions (PDRs) are targeted to inve ... more

Title No colloquium (in conflict with EA ALMA workshops)
Abstract None

Title Stories of music inspired by astronomy
Speaker Yoo, Hyunju (Radio Science Group, KASI)
Abstract In this colloquium, I will introduce several stories and kinds of music inspired by astronomy. This is very informal colloquium. Please feel free to join and enjoy the break.

Title Magnetic fields and kinematics of L1157
Speaker Ekta Sharma (Indian Institute of Astrophysics)
Abstract Filamentary structures in dark clouds are preferential sites of star formation. The high density, cold regions evolve through different stages to eventually become stars. To address the relative role played by magnetic field and turbulence in the evolution process, the L1157 dark cloud has been studied using optical polarimetry and molecular line observations. The polarized absorption of backgroun ... more

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