王益萍 Wang Yiping 中文
National Astronomical Observatories, CAS
A20, Datun Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100012,  CHINA

OfficeB801

Tel010-64807591

Fax010-64845045

E-mailypwang@bao.ac.cn


Education and Experiences

1982.09 - 1986.07 Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University, Bachelar of Science

1986.09 - 1989.10 Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS, Master of Science

1996.08 - 1999.03 Max-Planck-Institut fur Radioastronomie/University of Wuppertal, PhD


Research and Experiences

1989.10 - 1992.12 Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS,   Research Assistant

1992.12 - 1999.04 Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS,   Research Associate

1999.04 - 2002.03 Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS,   Associate Professor

2002.03 - 2008.10 Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS,   Professor

2008.10 ------    National Astronomical Observatories, CAS,  Professor

·         1993.06-1993.08  Graduate Student, Vatican Obs. Summer School

·         1994.08-1995.03  Visiting scientist, Nagoya University

·         1996.04-1996.06  Visiting scientist, NAOJ/KISO Observatory

·         1996.08-1997.08  MPG-CAS fellow, Max-Planck-Institut fur Radioastronomie, Germany

·         1997.07-1999.04  PhD. fellowship of MPG-Wuppertal, Germany

·         1999.08-1999.09  Visiting scientist, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan/Tohoku   

University/Nagoya University

·         2001.03-2001.03  Visiting scientist, Chungnam/Pusan National University

·         2001.04-2002.04  COE Researcher, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

·         2005.07-2005.07  Visiting scientist, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

·         2006.05-2006.07  Visiting scientist, The Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics,      

University of California

·         2007.03-2007.04  Visiting scientist, University of Copenhagen, Dark Cosmology Centre  

                 (DARK)/ La Palma Observatory


Research Interests

Cometary/Planetary Physics

Formation and Evolution of Black Holes

Formation and Evolution of Galaxies

Cosmic Infrared Background and Cosmology


Publication list

·         Optical Turbulence Characterization at LAMOST Site: Observations and Models, L.-Y. Liu, C. Giordano, Y.-Q. Yao, J.Vernin, M. Chadid, H.-S. Wang, J. Yin, Y.-P. Wang, MNRAS in press

·         High resolution deep imaging of a bright radio quiet QSO at z~ 3,

Y. P. Wang,  W. He, T. Yamada, I. Tanaka, M. Iye, T. Ji, RAA, Vol.15, No.5, 673-686, 2015

·         Adaptive optics deep imaging of QSO UM402 field,  Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada,  I. Tanaka,

M. Iye, T. Ji, IAUS 292, 195, 2013

·         Local Luminous Infrared galaxies.III. Co-evolution of black hole growth and star Formation activity ?  A.Alonso-Herrero, M. Pereira-Santaella, G. H. Rieke,  A.M. Diamond-Stanic, Y. P. Wang  et al. ApJ 765, 78, 2013

·         Numerical simulation of atmospheric turbulence'', Hongshuai Wang, Yongqiang Yao,

Xuan Qian, Yiping Wang, Junrong Li, ACTA Astronomia Sinica, Vol.6, pp 527-537, 2012

·         Seeing measurements for the Guoshoujing telescope(LAMOST) site with DIMM, Liyong Liu, Yongqiang Yao et al. RAA, Vol.10, No.10, 1061-1070, 2010

·         Search for massive distant disk galaxies to understand the galaxy formation, Y. P. Wang, T. Yamada, I. Tanaka, M. Iye, Progress in Astronomy Supplement, Proceeding of the 8th East Asian Meeting on Astronomy Symposium, p.33-38, 10-15 Oct.,2010, Shanghai, China

·         A massive disk galaxy at z>3 along the sightline of Q1508+5714, Y. P. Wang, T. Yamada, I. Tanaka, M. Iye, PASJ, Vol.61, 1179, 2009

·         “类星体母星系AO观测源的选取 ”,Y.P. Wang et al. “第三届海峡两岸天文望远镜及仪器学术研讨会”, 会议报告, 2009720-23日, 浙江海宁

·         Modeling Galaxy evolution, Rieke, G. H., Wang, Y. P., Perez-Gonzolez, P. G., ASPC, 381, 293, 2008

·         An Extrasolar Planet Transit Search with Subaru Suprime-Cam, S. Urakawa, T. Yamada, Y. Suto, E.L. Turner, Y. Itoh, T. Mukai, M. Tamura, Y. P. Wang, PASJ, Vol.58, No.5, 2006

·         Modelling the evolution of dusty starburst galaxies in multi-band deep surveys, Y. P. Wang,  ApJ638, 138, 2006

·         Studying the evolution of dusty starburst galaxies using multi-band deep surveys, Y. P. Wang, IAUS235, 405, 2006

·         Subaru deep imaging of the field of QSO 1508+5714 at z=4.28,    Y. P. Wang, et al.

 IAUJD 7, 31, 2006

·         Cosmic star formation history associated with QSO activities, Y. P. Wang, presented at the KITP Program: Physics of Galactic Nuclei, July 6, 2006, University of California, Santa Barbara

·         Black hole growth in a cosmological context and the associated cosmic star formation history, Y. P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, ESO astrophysics symposia. Berlin: Springer, ISBN 3-540-25275-4, ISBN, 978-3-540-2527-7, 2005, p 472-474

·         X-raying the cosmic star formation history, Y.P. Wang, T.Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, IAUS222, p541, 2004

·         Black hole to bulge mass correlationinplication for a combined formation of massive black holes and their host spheroids”,Y.P. Wang, proceeding of Studies of galaxies in the Young Universe with new generation telescope, July 24-28, 2001 in Japan. Eds.: N. Arimoto et al. 2004, p183-186

·         Mbh-Mbulge correlation in AGNs: A test of the simple unified formation scheme, Y.P. Wang et al., proceeding of Coevolution of BHs and galaxies, Edited by L.C. Ho, 2004, p69

·         How much high-z star formation do we probably miss?, Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, Proceeding of 6th RESCEU International Symposium onFrontier in Astroparticle Physics and CosmologyNov. 4-7, 2003, Tokyo University, Japan

·         Cosmic star formation history associated with QSO activity: an approach using the black hole to bulge mass correlation, Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y.Taniguchi, ApJ, 588, 113, 2003

·         Subaru high resolution spectroscopy of complex metal absorption lines of QSO HS1603+3820, T. Misawa, T. Yamada, M. Takada-Hidai, Y.P. Wang, N. Kashikawa, M. Iye and I. Tanaka, AJ, 125, 1336, 2003

·         Cosmic star formation history associated with QSO activity, Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, IAUS, 216, 41, 2003

·         Effects of starburst mergers at z~1 to the IR/Submm Surveys,    Y.P. Wang,   IAUS, 216, 50, 2003

·         Cosmic Star formation history associated with QSO activites, Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, IAU 8th Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting,  ASPC, 289267, 2003

·         Cosmic star formation history associated with AGN accretion by X-ray surveys, Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, 2003, Progress in Astronomy, Vol.21, P.84-88

·         Black hole to bulge mass correlation, the cosmic star formation history inferred from X-ray deep surveys, Y.P. Wang, T. Yamada, Y. Taniguchi, invited Lecture in the APCTP Winter school onBlack Hole Astrophysics 2002, Jan. 9-12, 2002, Pohang, Korea, p259

·         Contribution of starburst mergers to the infrared and submillimeter deep surveys, Y.P. Wang,  A&A, 383, 755, 2002

·         A jet model for Gamma Ray Bursts: Cosmological implications, G. Pugliese, H. Falcke, P. L. Biermann, Y. P. Wang, AAS, 199, 1202, 2001

·         Gas rich mergers, the strong evolution at IRAS deep surveys and the infrared background, Y.P. Wang, P.L. Biermann,  Progress in Astronomy, Vol.19, P.116-119, 2001

·         Infrared deep survey and the galaxy evolution study,Y.P. Wang, Publication of National Astronomical Obs. of Japan, No.99, p.5, 2001, ISSN 0915-8863

·         Black hole to bulge mass correlation in Active Galactic Nuclei: a test for the simple unified formation scheme, Y.P. Wang, P.L. Biermann, A. Wandel, A&A, 361, 550, 2000

·         Effects of galaxy mergers on the faint IR source counts and the background,Y. P. Wang, P. L. Biermann, A&A, 356, 808, 2000

·         An analytical estimation for the mass correlation of central black holes and their spheroids in early type galaxies,Y.P. Wang, P.L. Biermann, ACTA Astronomia Sinica, 41, 410, 2000

·         The jet-disk symbiosis model for Gamma Ray Bursts: cosmic ray and neutrino background contribution, G. Pugliese, H. Falcke, Y.P. Wang, P. L. Biermann, A&A, 358, 409-416, 2000

·         Galaxy evolution, CIB and the upper limit from extragalactic TeV γ ray detection”,OCPA Hong Kong conference, July 31-Aug.4, 2000, Hong Kong

·         A jet-disk symbiosis model for Gamma Ray Bursts, G. Pugliese, H. Falcke, Y.P. Wang, P. L. Biermann, Annual meeting of Astronomische Gesellschaft in Goettingen, vol.15, p103, 20-25 Sept. 1999

·         Merger-driven galaxy evolution, faint IR source counts and the background, Y.P. Wang, P.L. Biermann, Annual meeting of Astronomische Gesellschaft in Goettingen, vol.15, p92, 20-25 Sept. 1999

·         Merger-driven starbursts and Active Galactic Nuclei, Cosmology and the Infrared Background, Yiping Wang, PhD thesis, Wuppertal Univ., Germany, 1999

·         Cosmic infrared background and the upper limits from extragalactic TeV γ ray absorption, The 5th CAS-MPG workshop on High energy astrophysicsin Urumqi, Sept. 20-25. 1999, Urumqi, China

·         OASIS偏振器设计”, 姚永强, 王益萍, 佐藤修二, 长田哲也, 山下卓也, 天文学报, 40 (2):213, 1999

·         “分光仪PSP0实验观测”, 姚永强, 王益萍, 佐藤修二, 紫台台刊, 18 (1):71, 1999

·         A possible mechanism for the mass ratio limitation in early type galaxies, Yiping Wang, Peter L. Biermann, A&A, 334, 87-95, 1998

·         H2O megamaser emission from FR,I radio galaxies, C. Henkel, Y.P. Wang, H.Falcke, J.A.Braatz, A.S.Wilson, A&A, 335, 463-466, 1998

·         Black Hole Energy Release to the Gaseous Universe, Torsten A. Ensslin, Yiping Wang, Biman, N., Peter Biermann, A&A, 333, L47-L50, 1998

·         Limits of growth for massive black holes in the universe, Y.P. Wang, P.L. Biermann, International Symposium on Astrophysics Research and Science Education, Edited by Chris Impey, sponsored and hosted by the Vatican Observatory, on June 14-21, 1998, Castel Gandolfo, Italy. Univ. of Notre Dame Press, p307

·         Black hole growth and starbursts in merging galaxies. An International Workshop of the SFB 328,Evolution of Galaxiesheld at the ITA, November 3-5, 1997. Editors: Wolfgang J. Duschl and Christian Einsel, p.203

·         A striking mass ratio limitation in early type galaxies, Y.P. Wang, P.L. BiermannnProceedings of the International Conference, 'Relativistic jets in AGNs' in Cracow, Poland, 27-30 May, 1997, p135-139

·         “新型红外探测器InGaAs阻抗特性研究”, 王益萍, 姚永强, 紫台台刊,16 (1):53, 1997

·         The depth of the comet SL9 into the atmosphere of Jupiter”,Yuehua Ma, Yiping Wang, Pingxing Xu, Shichao Wang, ACTA Astronomia Sinica, Vol.37, No.2, p267-271, 1996

·         SL9彗星碎块进入木星大气的深度”, 马月华, 王益萍, 徐品新, 王思潮, 天文学报,37 (2):267, 1996

·         Penetrating depth of Comet SL9 fragments into Jovian atmosphere, Ma Yue-Hua, Wang Yi-ping, Xu Pin-xin, Wang Si-chao, Pub. of PMO, 15 (2):74, 1996

·         IHW国际哈雷彗星联测光盘数据库”, 王益萍, 紫台台刊,15(1):24, 1996

·         “国际哈雷彗星联测光盘数据库图像压缩技术”, 王益萍, 紫台台刊,14 (4):298, 1995

·         “小行星轨道'交叉点'处的相对测量用于基本参考系零点改正的初探”, 王益萍,  天文学报,33 (4), 1992


Lectures and Conference Talks

o    Adaptive optics deep imaging of high-z QSO fields,  China-Subaru workshop 2014,

Nov.29-Dec.1st, 2014, Shanghai, China

o    Data mining and the galaxy formation studies, China-VO 2014, Nov. 26-29, 2014, Xingchang, China

o    "High resolution deep imaging of high-z QSOs and the PSF reconstruction", Annual meeting of Chinese Astronomical Society, Oct. 27-29, 2014, Xian, China

o    Studies on high-z QSO host galaxies using high resolution deep imaging,  TMT in the Astronomical Landscape of the 2020s, Thirty Meter Telescope Science Forum, July 16-19, 2014, Tucson, USA

o    Studies on galaxy formation in high-z QSO fields,  China-Chile workshop 2013,  Sept. 9-11th, 2013, Vina del Mar, Chile

o    High resolution imaging of high-z QSO fields,  China-VO,  Nov.28-30, 2012, Yichang, China

o    Studies of high-z QSO host galaxies and nearby fields using AO observations, Advanced Telescope and Instrument Technology Conference, Nov 24- Dec 3, 2011, Taiwan

o    Studies of QSO host galaxies and nearby fields using AO observations, Annual meeting of Chinese Astronomical Society, Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 2011, Nanchang, China

o    Search for massive distant disk galaxies to understand the galaxy formation, Y. P. Wang, Annual meetng of Chinese Astronomical SocietyNov.1-32010Nanning, Guangxi

o    A massive disk galaxy at z>3.5 along the sightline of QSO1508+5714, Y. P. Wang, 8-th EAMA symposium, Oct.10-15, 2010, Shanghai, China

o    Probing galaxy formation via high redshift QSO absorption line systems, Y. P. Wang, KIAA Thematic Program: Multiwavelength studies on high redshift quasars, May 25-June 5, 2009, in KIAA, Peking University.

o    The Lyman Limit System along the sight-line of high-z QSO",  Y. P. Wang, New Vision 400 on Astronomy,  Oct.12-152008, Beijing

o    Cosmic star formation history associated with QSO activities, KITP program: Physics of Galactic Nuclei, July 6, 2006, in Santa Barbara, US

o    Modelling the evolution of starburst galaxies in multi-band deep surveys, Y. P. Wang, Starburst, Near and Extreme workshop in Lijiang, Aug.14-20, 2005

o    Multi-band view on the evolution of starburst galaxies, Sino-France workshop in Beijing, Apr.18-24, 2005

o    Studying cosmological evolution of starburst mergers, constraints from multi-band deep surveys, 6th Sino-German workshop in Huangshan, Oct. 12-17, 2004

o    Cosmic star formation history and X-ray deep survey, 6th RESCEU Frontier in Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology, Nov.3-8,2003, Tokyo

o    X-ray viewing cosmic star formation history, 5th Sino-Germany workshop in Beijing, Sept. 17-23, 2002

o    Cosmic Star formation history associated with QSO activites,IAU 8th Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting, July 1-5, 2002, TokyoASPC Vol.289, p267

o    Cosmic star formation history inferred from X-ray deep surveys, invited Lecture in the APCTP (亚太理论物理中心), Winter school on Black Hole Astrophysics 2002, Jan. 9-12, 2002, Pohang, Korea, p259

o    Infrared deep survey and the galaxy evolution study, Public lecture at National Astronomical Obs. of Japan, June, 2001, ISSN 0915-8863

o    Black hole to bulge mass correlation, implication for a combined formation of massive black holes and their host spheroids, Japan-German workshop on Studies of galaxies in the Young Universe with new generation telescopes, July 24-27, 2001, Japan.

o    Galaxy evolution, CIB and the upper limit from extragalactic TeV gamma ray detectionOCPA Hong Kong conference, July 31- Aug.4, 2000, Hong Kong

o    Effects of galaxy mergers on the faint IRAS source counts and the background, The 4th China-Germany cosmology workshop in Shanghai, Sept. 16-22, 2000, China

o    Cosmic infrared background and the upper limits from extragalactic TeV gamma ray absorption, The 5th CAS-MPG workshop on High energy astrophysics in Urumqi, Sept. 20-25, 1999, Urumqi, China

o    Starburst and the limits of growth for central massive dark objects, Trends in astrophysics at Bad Honnef, Germany, Aug.24-28, 1998

o    Starbursts and the limits of growth for the massive black holes in the UniverseChinese-German workshop for Stars, AGNs and the Universe in Shanghai, Oct. 20-24, 1998, Shanghai, China

o    Limits of growth for massive black holes in the universeInternational Symposium on Astrophysics Research And Science Education at The Vatican Observatory, June 14-21, 1998, Castel Gandolfo, Italy

o    Limited growth of black hole mass in the universe Wuppertal University, colloquium on 10, March, 1998.

o    Black hole growth and starbursts in merging galaxies,  International Conference of Dynamics of Galaxies and Galactic Nuclei in Heidelberg, Germany, Nov.3-5, 1997