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WEEKLY / BIWEEKLY SEMINAR

Cluster Seminar

Room 546, 3F Subaru Building
Every Tuesday, 09:00 am - 10:30 am

In this seminar, participants give presentation about specified paper for ~45min (30min talk + 15min Q&A).
We treat many papers related to galaxy cluster and galaxy evolution, from classical to recent one. You can join from remote place with Zoom meeting.

LOC: Shigeru Namiki, SOKENDAI
shigeru.namiki ATM nao.ac.jp

Planet Lunch

Room 546, 3F Subaru Building
Every Wednesday, 12:15 p.m. -

To present exoplanet topics in informal manner



LOC: Motohide Tamura, NAOJ
motohide.tamura ATM nao.ac.jp

EEE Seminar

Room 526, 2F Subaru Building
Every Wednesday, 1:30- p.m.

This seminar aims to introduce the essence of papers in a short time.Participants are mainly students and staffs studying galaxy/AGN/cosmology,but participants from other fields are also welcomed.

LOC: Kei Ito, Sokendai/ GUAS
kei.ito ATM nao.ac.jp

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HDS seminar

Room 526, 2F Subaru Building
Thursday every two weeks & A/N, 3:40 p.m. -

In this seminar, we have talks and discussion of recent research topics using high dispersion spectroscopy and new instruments.You are welcome to join this seminar as speakers even if you are not regular members of this seminar.

LOC: Tadafumi Matsuno, Sokendai/ GUAS
tadafumi.matsuno ATM nao.ac.jp

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Observational Cosmology Seminar

Room 526, 2F Subaru Building
Every Friday, 1:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

In this seminar, participants are requested to introduce recently published papers once a semester (45 min). The topics are cosmology, high-z galaxies, nearby galaxies, AGNs, etc.

LOC: Shotaro Kikuchibara, Univ. of Tokyo
skiku ATM icrr.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Infrared Seminar

Room 100, ALMA Building
Every Friday, 1:50 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.

In this seminar, a participant or an invited speaker gives own presentation and has a discussion with others, or reviews related papers. Although many of the talks are regarding stars, exoplanets and brown dwarfs, we welcome anyone from other fields. Even if you use not infrared but optical or radio waves, you are welcomed.

LOC: Yuta Tanimoto, Univ. of Tokyo, Hiroyuki Ishikawa, Sokendai/ GUAS
yuta.tanimoto ATM nao.ac.jp, hiroyuki.ishikawa ATM nao.ac.jp

Astro Coffee

Room 526, 2F Subaru Building
Every Monday - Friday, 3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

This is a casual seminar with coffee and latest research news. We will cover a broad range of topics, including new papers on astro-ph, brief introduction of visitors, and progress of telescope/instrument development.

LOC: Yuu Niino, NAOJ
yuu.niino ATM nao.ac.jp

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