Faculty

Full-time Members
  • Chen, Wen-Ping Professor
  • Specialties: Observational Astronomy, Star Formation
  • E-mail: wchenastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-906 (03-422-7151 ext 65960)
  • Chou, Yi Professor
  • Specialties: High Energy Astrophysics, Close Binaries, Astronomy Instrumentation
  • E-mail: yichouastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-904 (03-422-7151 ext 65973)
  • Hwang, Chorng-Yuan Director; Professor
  • Specialties: Radio Astrophysics, Infrared Astrophysics, Optical Astrophysics, Ultra-violet Astrophysics, X-ray Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysics
  • E-mail: hwangcyastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-1010 (03-422-7151 ext 65964)
  • Ip, Wing-Huen Professor
  • Specialties: Cometary physics, Solar system origin and planet formation, Solar system plasma physics, Planetary atmospheres and exospheric systems
  • E-mail: wingipastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-1008 (03-422-7151 ext 65959)
  • Kinoshita, Daisuke Assistant Professor
  • Specialties: Observational studies of minor bodies in solar system
  • E-mail: kinoshitaastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-1006 (03-422-7151 ext 65952)
  • Ko, Chung-Ming Associate Dean of College of Science; Professor
  • Specialties: Astrophysics, Cosmic Rays, Heliosphere, Galactic Halo, Interstellar Medium, Stellar Wind, Magnetic Field
  • E-mail: cmkoastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-708 (03-422-7151 ext 65309)
  • Ngeow, Chow-Choong Associate Professor
  • Specialties: Distance Scale and Cosmology; Cepheid and RR Lyrae; Variable Stars and Time-Domain Astronomy; Observational Astronomy in Optical and Infrared; Stellar Physics, Pulsations and Evolutions; Astro-Statistics, Image Reduction, Data Analysis and Data Management
  • E-mail: cngeowastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-908 (03-422-7151 ext 65953)
  • Urata, Yuji Assistant Professor
  • Specialties: Gamma-ray Bursts, Automatic Telescopes, High-energy Astronomy
  • E-mail: urataastro.ncu.edu.tw
  • Office: S4-910 (03-422-7151 ext 65951)
Adjunct and Part-time Members
  • Liang, Mao-Chang Associate Professor
  • Specialties: Biogeochemical cycle of greenhouse gases: N2O and CO2 Paleoclimate, Chemical and dynamical processes in the atmospheres of solar planets and their satellites, Chemical and dynamical processes in the atmospheres of extrasolar planets, Hydrodynamic escapes (early Venus, Earth, Titan, and so on)
  • E-mail: mclrcec.sinica.edu.tw