Welcome to CosKASI
News at CosKASI
- The cosmology group invites applications for two postdoctoral researcher positions to start in 2021 (deadline: 11th December 2020).
- Arman was awarded the KAS Distinguised Academic Award. A list of past recipients
- Sungwook was awarded the KAS Young Astronomer Award. A list of past recipients
- The cosmology group invites applications for a PhD position at KASI/UST to work with Prof. Arman Shafieloo (deadline: 18th September 2020)
- Ryan's work on dark matter signals from the Milky Way discussed in Scientific American
- CosKASI Wiki page opened by Sungwook and Ben.
- NST (National Research Council of Science & Technology) nominates CosKASI as "Big Issue Science" group, which provides a solid research support by 2023.
Upcoming Workshops and Events
- The cosmology group will be hosting the 7th Korea Japan-Workshop on Dark Energy (7KJWDE) from 7th December to 10th December 2020
Past Workshops and Events
- 6th Korea-Japan Workshop on Dark Energy, Nagoya University, December 3 - 6 (2019)
- CosKASI-ICG-NAOC-YITP Workshop , KASI, September 23-27 (2019).
- CosKASI conference III “The Correlated Universe”, Jeju, April 23-27 (2019).
- EAO Subaru Science Workshop 2019, KASI, January 16-18 (2019).
- 5th Korea-Japan Workshop on Dark Energy, KASI, Aug. 6-10 (2018)
- 4th Korea-Japan Workshop on Dark Energy, Nagoya University, Aug. 28 - 30 (2017)
- CosKASI conference II "Cosmological Quests for the Next Decade" Apr 17 - 21 (2017)
- CosKASI-ICG-NAOC-YITP Workshop Sep 5-9 (2016)
- Future Sky Surveys and Big Data, April 25-29 (2016)
- 3rd Korea-Japan Workshop on Dark Energy, April 4-8 (2016)
First Mover Research Group
Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute has initiated the FMRG Program in 2015 for the promotion of research groups which are aiming to perform pionneering research of world-class level. CosKASI was appointed as the first FMRG in 2015, and be awarded with the total $6M research support for 9 years from 2015 to 2022.
Participation in DESI (Dark Energy Spectrocopy Instrument)
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) will measure the effect of dark energy on the expansion of the universe. It will obtain optical spectra for tens of millions of galaxies and quasars, constructing a 3-dimensional map spanning the nearby universe to 10 billion light years.
DESI will be conducted on the Mayall 4-meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory starting in 2018. DESI is supported by the Department of Energy Office of Science to perform this Stage IV dark energy measurement using baryon acoustic oscillations and other techniques that rely on spectroscopic measurements.
Cosmology group at KASI plans to take part in DESI as an associated member institute. We provide an apportunity for young researchers to meet challenges for next decades.