News

  • Jul 2022 – Our paper, entitled “Very Large Array Multiband Radio Imaging of the Triple AGN Candidate SDSS J0849+1114”, is published in the Astrophysical Journal.
  • Jul 2022 – Prof. Liu gave a talk at the Gemini Science meeting, entitled “VODKA: Varstrometry for Off-nucleus and Dual (sub)Kpc Active Galactic Nuclei“.
  • Jun 2022 – Our project, entitled “Continued Monitoring of DES-SN Fields: Candidate Binary SMBHs from Long-Term Quasar Variability“, has been awarded Blanco 4m observing time by NOIRLab.
  • Jun 2022 – Prof. Liu explains “what would happen if two supermassive black holes merged” in this month’s Astronomy Magazine.
  • May 2022 – Gaby gave a talk at the DES Collaboration meeting at Duke, entitled “Selecting Dwarf AGNs in COSMOS with Optical Variability”.
  • Apr 2022 – Congrats to Colin on winning the Mr. and Mrs. Hsiang-Pai and Wen-Hua Chu Department of Astronomy Excellence in Research Graduate Student 2022 Award!
  • Apr 2022 – Congrats to Tony on winning the Lewis E. Snyder Graduate Student Travel Award!
  • Mar 2022 – Prof. Liu gave a talk at the KITP Building Bridges conference, entitled “Electromagnetic Observations of Binary Supermassive Black Holes and Progenitors: New Opportunities with Large Synoptic Surveys”.
  • Mar 2022 – Our project, entitled “DAVOS: Dwarf AGNs from Variability for the Origins of Seeds”, has been funded by the Campus Research Board. Check out more details here
  • Mar 2022 – Our paper, entitled “Investigating the Accretion Nature of Binary Supermassive Black Hole Candidate SDSS J025214.67-002813.7”, is published in the Astrophysical Journal.
  • Mar 2022 – Our project, entitled “UV Spectroscopy and Host Galaxy Imaging of a Possibly Coalescing Binary Supermassive Black Hole”, has been awarded Hubble observing time by NASA.
  • More news in the archive.