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The 3rd EACOA Directorate Meeting has reached an agreement to create an EACOA Fellowship that allows young researchers to be based in multiple regions and freely access astronomical facilities in all four regions, coordinate efforts to compile the historical astronomical record in the four regions.

2018 Fellowship Program
Announcement of Fellowship 2017 (available on Aug. 01, 2018)
  • Call for EACOA Fellowship 2018 (available on Aug. 01, 2018)
  • Call for EAO Fellowship 2018 (available on Aug. 01, 2018)
Online Application System
photo of Kenneth Wong Dr. Kenneth Wong cv
EACOA Postdoc (Sep. 2013~)
SpecialityGravitational lensing; Cosmology
Host Institute ASIAA, NAOJ
photo of Hyosun Kim Dr. Hyosun Kim cv
EACOA Postdoc (Dec. 2013~)
SpecialityTheoretical and Numerical Astrophysics; Hydrodynamics
Host Institute KASI, ASIAA
photo of Daeseong Park Daeseong Park
EACOA Postdoc (Sep. 2014~)
SpecialitySupermassive Black Holes, Active Galactic Nuclei, BH-galaxy co-evolution
Host Institute NAOC, KASI
photo of Quang Nguyen Luong Quang Nguyen Luong
EACOA Postdoc (Sep. 2014~)
SpecialityObservations of massive star formation, FIR-submm surveys of molecular clouds
Host Institute NAOJ, KASI
photo of Xiaohu Li Xiaohu Li
EACOA Postdoc (June. 2015~)
SpecialityMolecules in Evolved Stars (Simulations & Observations); Atomic and Molecular reactions; Nitrogen Chemistry
Host Institute NAOC, ASIAA
photo of Ken Chen Ken Chen cv
EACOA Postdoc (Sep. 2015~)
SpecialityComputational Astrophysics, Supernova Modeling, Nuclear Astrophysics, Cosmology, Astronomical Instrumentation, and Cosmic Microwave Background
Host Institute NAOJ, ASIAA
Fellows before 2015
photo of Yasuhiro Hasegawa Dr. Yasuhiro Hasegawa
EACOA Postdoc (Sep. 2012~ Aug. 2015)
Speciality Theoretical Astrophysics; Planet formation, Protoplanetary disks
Host Institute ASIAA, NAOJ
Email yasu_asiaa.sinica.edu.tw
Evidence of a Binary-Induced Spiral from an Incomplete Ring Pattern of CIT 6
Discovery of a Strong Lens Galaxy Embedded in a Cluster at z = 1.62
Planet traps and the population of exoplanetary systems
Binary nature revealed in a spiral pattern of AFGL 3068
Spiral density patterns calculated for the interaction between a dense stellar wind and a planet or brown dwarf orbiting the mass-losing star
Gravitationally Induced Density Wake of a Circularly Orbiting Object As an Interpretative Framework of Ubiquitous Spirals and Arcs
Probing Substellar Companions of Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars through Spirals and Arcs
Gravitationally Induced Density Wake of a Circularly Orbiting Object As an Interpretative Framework of Ubiquitous Spirals and Arcs