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Note 1: Please also check "News" at the ALMA webpage.
Note 2: If you are interested in the "ALMA Newsletter", please click here.


2019-11-28 East-Asian ALMA Science Workshop 2019
The East-Asian ALMA Science Workshop is an annual workshop to promote regional collaborations in ALMA science. We are pleased to announce that the next EA ALMA Science Workshop will be hosted by ASIAA on 2020 Feb 19 to 21. For more information and registration see here.

2019-11-28 Design thinking workshop of the ALMA science archive
The ALMA science archive working group will have its regular face-to-face meeting with the group lead, Dr. Felix Stoehr (ESO) on December 3 Tuesday, from 10am to 1pm. Registration: ASIAA member; non-ASIAA.

2019-3-22 ALMA Users Workshop 2019
In preparation for ALMA Cycle 7, ARC-T and UCAT will hold a one day ALMA Users Workshop on Saturday March 22th 2019 at the ASIAA building. For more information and registration see here.

2018-12-28 CARTA v1.0 release
The initial 1.0 version of a new software package called CARTA has been released. CARTA is to serve as the main visualization tool for astronomical images and data cubes obtained by ALMA, VLA, and SKA pathfinders, in addition to other telescopes that follow the standard FITS, MIRIAD, HDF5, or CASA image formats. For more information and to download the software please see here.

2018-3-26 ALMA Users Workshop 2018
In preparation for ALMA Cycle 6, ARC-T and UCAT will hold a one day ALMA Users Workshop on Saturday March 26th 2018 at the ASIAA building. For more information and registration see here.

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Job openings

To be announced.

Available ALMA Data

Several ALMA data sets are already released. Here are the quick links:
> ARC-Taiwan ALMA archive
> SV Data
> ALMA Data Archive NAOJ
> ALMA Data Archive JVO


Science Highlights

Some first science highlights from the Taiwanese astronomical community:
> Science Highlights


ALMA@ASIAA

ASIAA is involved in several ALMA related projects and thus plays a significant role in ALMA, providing access to this major ground-based facility to the Taiwanese astronomical community.

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Project Description

ALMA

The Atacama Large Millimeter/ submillimeter Array (ALMA) will be the major new facility for observations in the millimeter/submillimeter regime. It will enable transformational research into the physics of the cold Universe, probe the first stars and galaxies, and directly image the formation of planets.

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