Presentations

List of Talks

[13] "The 6th Subaru International Conference: Panoramas of the Evolving Cosmos", Hiroshima, Japan, November, 2016;
"Bright End of the UV Luminosity Functions at z=4-7 Derived with the 200 deg^2 Data of the Subaru HSC Survey"
(website)

[12] "Subaru HSC Survey Collaboration Meeting", IPMU, Tokyo, Japan, August, 2016;
"Studies of dropouts"

[11] "Subaru HSC Survey Collaboration Meeting", ASIAA, Taipei, Taiwan, January, 2016;
"Studies of dropouts"
(website)

[10] "HSC collaboration meeting 2015 July", Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, July, 2015;
"Report from High-z Galaxy WG and Narrow-band filters"

[9] "Lyman Alpha as an Astrophysical Tool", Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden, September, 2013;
"Deep ALMA Observations of Far-infrared Continuum Emission from Star-forming Galaxies at High Redshift"
(website)

[8] "First Stars IV -From Hayashi to the Future-", Kyoto, Japan, May, 2012;
"Spectroscopic Confirmation of Three z-dropout Galaxies at z = 6.844-7.213: Demographics of Lya Emission in z`7 Galaxies"
(website)

[7] Astronomical Society of Japan meeting, Kagoshima University, Japan, September, 2011;
"Spectroscopic Identication of 3 z-Dropout Galaxies at z = 6:84-7:21: Spectroscopic Demography of z`7 Galaxies"
(website)

[6] "New Horizons for High Redshifts", Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, U.K., July, 2011;
"Ultra-Deep Spectroscopy of z-Dropout Galaxies at z`7: Probing Reionization Epoch by the Redshift Evolution of Lyman Alpha Emitter Fraction"
(website)

[5] Astronomical Society of Japan meeting, Kanazawa University, Japan, September, 2010;
"Stellar Populations of Lyman Alpha Emitters at z = 6-7"
(website)

[4] Japan-Korea Seminar 2009: "Galaxy Build-Up Across Cosmic Ages and Environments", Hiraizumi, Iwate, Japan, November, 2009;
"Stellar Populations of Lyman Alpha Emitters at z = 3-4"
(website)

[3] XXVth IAP Annual Colloquium: "The Lyman Alpha Universe", Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, France, July, 2009;
"Stellar Populations of Lyman Alpha Emitters at z=3-4 investigated by the Deep Large Area Surveys in the Subaru-SXDS/UKIDSS-UDS Field"

[2] "Understanding Lyman-Alpha Emitters", MPIA, HeidelbergCGermany, October, 2008;
"Stellar Populations of z = 3.1 and 3.7 Lyman-Alpha Emitters with K`23-27 from deep 0.5-8.0um photometry"

[1] Astronomical Society of Japan meeting, Okayama University of Science, Japan, September, 2008;
"Stellar Populations of z=3.1, 3.7 Lyman Alpha Emitters"
(website)

List of Posters

[5] Astronomical Society of Japan meeting, Konan University, Hyogo, Japan, September, 2015;
"The Bright-End of the Galaxy UV Luminosity Function Revealed by the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey"
(website)

[4] AAS Meeting #220, Meeting-in-a-Meeting "Lyman Alpha Emitters as Probes of Galaxy Formation and Cosmology", Anchorage, U.S., June 2012;
"Spectroscopic Confirmation of Three z-Dropout Galaxies at z = 6.844-7.213: Demographics of Lya Emission in z`7 Galaxies"

[3] A Joint Workshop of Subaru, Gemini, NOAO, JSPS and UK: "Cosmology Near and Far: Science with WFMOS", Waikoloa Beach Marriott, Hawaii, U.S,, May, 2008;
"Stellar Populations of Lyman Alpha Emitters at z=3.1 and 3.7 in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Field"
(website)

[2] The 1st Subaru International Conference: "Panoramic Views of Galaxy Formation and Evolution", Shonan Village Center, Hayama, Japan, December, 2007;
"Near Infrared Photometry of Lyman Alpha Emitters at z=3.1 and 3.7 in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Field"

[1] Astronomical Society of Japan meeting, Gifu University, Japan, September, 2007;
"Near-Infrared Photometry of Lyman Alpha Emitters at z=3.1, 3.7"
(website)