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CV

Seiji Fujimoto
DAWN Fellow
Cosmic Dawn Center, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
E-mail:  fujimoto-at-nbi.ku.dk
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Research Interests
– Evolution of massive galaxies
– Structure formation in the early Universe
Interplay among galaxy, circum-galactic medium, and inter-galactic medium

Work Experience
– 2019 Dec. – present     DAWN Fellow, University of Copenhagen
– 2019 Jul. – Nov.           ALMA Project Researcher, University of Waseda / NAOJ
– 2019 Apr. – Jun.          ICRR Project Researcher, University of Tokyo

Education
– 2016 Apr. – 2019 Mar. Ph. D Graduate school of Science, Department of Astronomy, University of Tokyo (Advisor: Masami Ouchi)
– 2014 Apr. – 2016 Mar. M.Sc. Graduate school of Science, Department of Astronomy, University of Tokyo
– 2010 Apr. – 2014 Mar. B.Sc. Department of Astronomy, University of Tokyo

Awards & Fellowships
– 2019 – present  DAWN Fellow, University of Copenhagen*1
– 2016 – 2019 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) DC1 Research Fellow*2
– 2019 University of Tokyo School of Science Research Award for Doctor Students*3
– 2016 University of Tokyo School of Science Research Award for Master Students*4

– 2016 Institute for Cosmic Ray Research President’s Award for Master Students*5
– 2015 University of Tokyo President’s Award for Students*6
– 2014 – 2016 Japan Student Services Top 10% among 25,000 students

Scholarship
– 2015 – 2016 Iwadare Scholarship
– 2014 – 2015 JGC-S Scholarship

Research Grant
– 2016 – 2019 JSPS Research Fellowship Grant No. 16J02344 ~28,000 USD
– 2016 – 2019 ALMA PI Support Grant No. NAOJ-ALMA-145, 164, 179, 197, 231 ~12,000 USD
– 2015 – 2019 Hayakawa Fund cycle 89, 95, 106 ~8,500 USD
– 2017 Graduate Research Abroad in Science Program ~4,600 USD

Observation & Data Analysis Experience
[Accepted Proposals (S. Fujimoto as a PI)]
– Subaru/MOIRCS S16A0033N, 15 hrs
– Subaru/MOIRCS S20A0045N, 12 hrs
– JCMT/SCUBA2 M17BP073, 24 hrs

– JCMT/SCUBA2 M18AP001, 30 hrs
– ALMA 2017.1.00531.S, 18 hrs
– ALMA 2019.1.00672.S, 12 hrs
– ALMA 2019.1.00236.S, 10 hrs
– ALMA 2019.2.00050.S, 42 hrs
– JVLA DDT 20A-520 13.2 hrs
– NOEMA DDT E19AD, 4.6 hrs

[Visitor Observations]
– Subaru/FOCUS, MOIRCS
– Keck/MOSFIRE
– JCMT/SCUBA2
– Nobeyama 45m
– IRAM 30m

International Conferences & Workshops
[Oral talks]
– 2020/11 Resolving Extragalac Universe with ALMA, Tokyo, Japan (Invited)
– 2020/7, DAWN Summit, online (review)
– 2020/6, Summer All Zoom Epoch of Reionization Astronomy Conference, online
– 2019/11 Subaru Telescope 20th Anniversary Conference, Hawaii, United States
– 2019/11 Ringberg Workshop, Munich, Germany (Invited)
– 2019/11 Revolutionary Spectroscopy of Today as Springboard to Webb, Leiden, Netherlands (Invited)
– 2019/10 ALMA 2019: Science Results and Cross-Facility Synergies, Cagliari, Italy
– 2019/09 Extremely Big Eyes on the Early Universe, Roma, Italy 
– 2019/09 Views on the ISM in galaxies in the ALMA era, Bologna, Italy
– 2019/07 DAWN Summit, Copenhagen, Denmark (Invited, review)
– 2018/10 ALMA HSC QSO Workshop, Mitaka, Japan (Invited)
– 2018/09 Chili-Japan Academic Forum, Nikko, Japan (Invited)
– 2017/08 Twenty years of Submillimeter Galaxies, Durham, England
– 2017/04 ALMA Deep Surveys and Synergies with HST and JWST, Mitaka, Japan 
– 2016/12 The 6th Subaru International Conference, Hiroshima, Japan
– 2016/10 Physical Characteristics of Normal Galaxies at z > 2, Leiden, Netherlands
– 2015/12 Workshop for ALMA Large Proposal of gAlactic Cold gAs Survey, Mitaka, Japan
– 2015/12 ALMA deep surveys on GOODS-S and beyond, Mitaka, Japan
– 2015/12 East Asia ALMA Science Workshop, Umeda, Japan
– 2015/04 ALMA/Herschel Archival Workshop 2015, Garching, Germany
– 2014/12 ALMA 3rd Year, Tokyo, Japan
[Poster]
– 2018/09 Birth, life, and fate of massive galaxies, Favignana, Italy
– 2017/07 COSMOS Meeting, Kyoto, Japan
– 2016/09 Half decade of ALMA, Indian Wells, United States
– 2016/06 The Cold Universe, Santa Barbara, United States
– 2014/09 JCMT Science Workshop, Mitaka, Japan

Colloquia & Seminar Talks
– 2019/10 Special Visitor Seminar, SNS, Italy
– 2019/10 Cafe Seminar, MPIA, Germany
– 2018/09 Lunch Seminar, ESO, Germany
– 2018/09 Galaxy Seminar, STScI, United States

– 2018/09 Tea Seminar, Caltech, United States
– 2018/09 Lunch Seminar, NRAO Socorro, United States
– 2018/03 Lunch Seminar, INAF, Italy
– 2018/03 Lunch Seminar, CEA-Saclay, France
– 2018/02 Special Visitor Seminar, LAM, France
– 2018/01 Special Visitor Seminar, SNS, Italy
– 2017/12 Lunch Seminar, EAO, United States
– 2017/09 Special Visitor Seminar, MPIA, Germany
– 2017/09 Café Seminar, DAWN, Denmark
– 2016/10 Lunch Seminar, University of Stockholm, Sweden
– 2016/06 Wednesday Colloquium, Caltech, United States
– 2016/03 Lunch Seminar, Geneva Observatory, Switzerland
– 2015/10 ALMA-J Seminar, NAOJ, Japan
– 2015/09 Lunch Seminar, Royal Observatory, United Kingdom
– 2015/09 Lunch Seminar, University of Durham, United Kingdom
– 2015/05 Lunch Seminar, Kavli IPMU, Japan
– 2014/10 Subaru Seminar, Subaru, Hawaii, United States

Teaching & Outreach Experience
– 2016 Supervised 5 third-year bachelor students on their 1-week research project
– 2016 Press Release, NAOJ/U.Tokyo/ICRR “ALMA Resolves the Cosmic Infrared Background Light”
– 2016 – 2019 Science Lab in Hikawa High School
– 2017 Web Article “Beyond Connecting Dots”, School of Science News in U.Tokyo

Professional Service
– Refereeing ApJ and MNRAS papers 
– Refereeing JCMT proposals

*1 One or two outstanding post-docs are selected from ~100 applicants annually to lead independent researches in the Cosmic Dawn Center.
*2 A few Japanese astronomy major students in the first year of a
doctor course selected annually.

*3 Annual awards to a few among ~200 Doctor course students at the University of Tokyo School of Science.
*4 Annual awards to a few among ~400 Master course students at the University of Tokyo School of Science.

*5 Annual awards to the best presenter of the Master Thesis from T. Kajita (Novel Prizer in Physics 2015).
*6 Annual awards to ~10 among 28,000 students at the University of Tokyo.

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