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Gaia view of ISM evolution
主讲人 李广兴 主持人 冯思轶
时间 2022-10-13 14:30:00 报告题目
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Title: Gaia view of ISM evolution



Speaker: Guangxing Li 李广兴

Institute: South-Western Institute for Astronomy Research, Yunnan University

Host: Siyi Feng

Time: 14:30-16:30, Thursday, October, 13

Location: Physics Building 552 (online)


Abstract: 

Under modern observations from multiple wavelengths, a complete picture of interstellar medium ISM evolution and star formation is emerging. Observations The Gala satellite maps the distributions and kinematics of stars, which, in many cases, is the missing piece of the puzzle. We combine multi-wavelength observations to establish a comprehensive picture of ISM evolution, to reveal the key physics at work.

https://gxli.github.io/ISM-6D/


Bio:

Research Fields: Interstellar medium in galaxies, star formation, galaxy centers, protostellar/protoplanetary disks, high-energy astrophysics, astrophysical hydrodynamics.


2018-Present,  Associate Professor,  South-Western Institute For Astronomy Research, Yunnan University

2014-2018,  DFG-Fellow,  Universitäts-Sternwarte München

2010-2014,  Ph.D. of Astrophysics (magna cum laude),  Max-Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy

2007-2010,  M.Sc. of Astrophysics,  University of Science and Technology

2003-2007,  Bachelor of Electronics,  Peking University


Grants as PI:

Investigating cloud fragmentation and star formation using Deulary Triangulation, 10 k Euro, Awarded by the National Science Foundation China

Leader of Max-Planck Partner Group (supported by Prof. Karl Menten, Director of MPIfR Bonn, 60 kEur), 2020-2024

Overseas Young Talents Project of China (2019 -2023), Awarded by the State Council of People’s Republic of China (3M CNY ≥ 400 kEUR)

ISM-SPP funding for independent postdoc position (≥220 kEUR, 2014-2018), Awarded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft as part of Priority Program (SPP) 1573 Physics of the Interstellar Medium


Homepage:

gxli.github.io