We are pleased to announce the first meeting of Korea Numerical Astrophysics Group (KNAP) will be held on January 23, 2015 in KASI.
The KNAG meeting will be regularly held in KASI every month. Research topics are mainly numerical and theoretical astrophysics, but contributions of the researchers in other reseach fields such as observational or historical astronomy, data science, cosmology, solar physics, and space science are very welcome.
Date : 14:00-17:00 H Jan. 23, 2015
Place : JangYongSil Hall 329, KASI
Aims and Scope
The purpose of this meeting is to exchange research interests and results among numerical and theoretical astrophysicists in Korea and also to give to the students, postDods, and researchers opportuinties to present their works.
14:00-14:10 Donsu Ryu (UNIST) Opening Remarks
14:10-15:00 Jihyun Kim (UNIST) Overview on the astrophysics of ultra-high Energy cosmic rays
15:10-16:00 Jeong-Gyu Kim (SNU) Instability of ionization fronts surrounding HII regions
16:10-17:00 Kimitake Hayasaki (KASI) Tidal disruption flares from stars on bound orbits
Kyungjin Ahn (Chosun Univ.), Jungyeon Cho (Chungnam Nat. Univ.), Jongsoo Kim (KASI), Kimitake Hayasaki (KASI), Hyesung Kang (Busan Nat. Univ.), Woong-Tae Kim (Seoul Nat. Univ.), Dongsu Ryu (UNIST), Kyujin Kwak (UNIST)