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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, so...
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RINS (Immersion Grating Infrared Spectrograph) is a high-resolution (R~40,000), near-infrared (H and K simultaneously) spectrograph develophed by Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute  (KASI) and the University of Texas at Austin. It is being operated at the 2.7m telescope of the McDonald Observatory. Here we solicit poposals for the 2015 Trimester 2. Users can apply for the Guaranteed ...
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KASI announces a proposal call for the tentative use of Korean time of EAO (East Asian Observatory, previously JCMT) before its main operation (possibly on June 1st, 2015) as follows. 1. Proposer qualification : Any researcher affiliated at Universities or institutes in Korea can his/her proposal 2. Dead line : Jan. 15, 17:30 KST, 2015 3. Submission to : eao_jcmt@kasi.re.kr 4. Proposa...
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The Cosmic Dust meeting ed in 2006 as a session called “Cosmic Dust” of the 3rd AOGS (Asia-Oceania Geoscience Society) annual meeting in Singapore. Dust freaks have kept on organizing the session at subsequent AOGS meetings in Korea (2008), India (2010), and Taiwan (2011). The Cosmic Dust series has been recognized as the most successful session of the AOGS Planetary Sciences Section. ...
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The East Asian Young Astronomers Meeting (EAYAM) was first organized in 2003 to promote interaction and collaboration between young astronomers in East Asia. The success of the initial meeting in Taiwan was followed by EAYAM 2006 in Japan, EAYAM 2008 in China, and EAYAM 2011 in Korea. We are pleased to announce that EAYAM 2015 will once again be held in Taiwan, between Feb. 9-12, 2015, at the Inst...
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We are pleased to announce the workshop “Multi-Frequency VLBI Studies of AGN Core-shift Effect”. Measuring the effect of frequency-dependent core-shifts of AGNs using the Very Long baseline Interferometer (VLBI) at multi-frequencies provides a unique tool to study conditions at the central regions of AGNs. This two-day workshop aims to review theoretical perspectives and observati...
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Radio astronomy has been playing an essential role in deepening the human understanding of the universe for recent 90 years, and in East Asian regions there have been a plenty of on-going radio astronomy activities both in observational astronomical research and technical development for future radio astronomy projects. UST-GUAS Radio Astronomy Winter School 2015, held on 10-13 February 2015 in...
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We are pleased to announce the 8th KaVA Joint Science WG Meeting will be held on 14-15 January 2015 at Daemyug Resort, Gyeongju, Korea. The Satellite meetings of each sub-WG and EB/DM are being planned for 13 January 2015 and 16 January 2015, respectively. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Gyeongju.  General Information Venue : Daemyung Resort, Gyeongju, Korea Satellite mee...
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NAOJ will hold 2014 ALMA/ASTE/Mopra Users Meeting. - Date : October, 27 - 29, 2014 - Location : National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (Mitaka Campus, Subaru building 1F large seminar room) - Language : mostly English - Deadline : October 03 (Talk abstract) - October 17 (Poster abstract / registration) In this meeting, we will have presentations and discussions of latest ALMA/ASTE/Mop...
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