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Department of Physics,National Taiwan University

Faculty(by Research)

Tzihong Chiueh

Name   闕志鴻
 Tzihong Chiueh
Title   Distinguished Professor
Education   Ph.D., Texas University (1985)
Office   805(Astro-Math Building, NTU )
Tel   02-3366-8628


Primary research astrophysics interests place on the theoretical aspects of the formation of large-scale structures in the universe, including the dynamics of evolution, and probing the dark matter distribution around the nonlinear bound objects through the gravitational lensing.
Current major projects include graphic-card cluster computation as well as building a world widest bandwidth microwave interferometry telescope located in Hawaii.
Selected Publications
  1. Chiueh, T., “Relativistic Solitons and Shocks in Magnetized electron-positron and proton Fluids”, Phys. Rev. Lett. , 63 , 113 (1989).
  2. Chiueh, T., Li Z-Y and Begelman, M.C., “Asymptotic Structure of Hydro-magnetically Driven Relativistic Winds”, Ap. J ., 377 , 462 (1991).
  3. Chiueh, T. “Anomalous Energy and Momentum Transfer of the Intense Neutrinos in Supernova Explosion”, Ap. J. Lett. , 413 , 315 (1993).
  4. Chiueh, T. and Woo, T.P, “Discoid Solitons and Solitary Waves in an Expanding Local Universe”, Phys. Rev. E55 , 1048 (1997).
  5. Chiueh, T. “Dynamical Quantum Chaos as Fluid Turbulence” Phys. Rev. E57 ,4150 (1998).