Song Huang

Assistant Professor, Department of Astronomy, Tsinghua University

S605B, MongManWai Building,

Tsinghua University

Beijing 100084, China

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My name is Song Huang (ťĽĄŚīß). I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Astronomy in Tsinghua University, China. My primary research interest is the observational study of galaxy evolution and galaxy-halo connection.
Most of my works take advantage of today’s multi-band imaging data, spectroscopic surveys, and hydrodynamic simulations to probe the structure assembly and star formation history of different classes of galaxies.
My recent works focus on both the most massive (elliptical galaxies) and most abundant (dwarf galaxies) galaxies in our universe.
With the help of weak gravitational lensing and statistical modeling techniques, I also aspire to deepen our understanding of galaxy-halo connection models and explore the applications of such models in observational cosmology.

I am a member of the Subaru Strategic Program (SSP) using the Hyper-Suprime Camera (HSC) on the 8.2-meter Subaru Telescope and the Merian Survey - an intermediate-band survey of the HSC footprint using the Dark Energy Camera (DECam). Currently, I am applying to become a member of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) spectroscopic survey project. I am also involved in the development of MUltiplexed Survey Telescope (MUST) a new 6.5-meter telescope in China for the next-generation spectroscopic survey.

You can find my CV [here] or checkout my Github profile.

news

Dec 21, 2021 I have officially become an assistant professor at the Department of Astronomy in Tsinghua University. :sparkles: :smile:
Sep 21, 2021 New preprint on arXiv about using the outskirt of massive galaxies as a dark matter halo mass proxy

selected publications

  1. Weak lensing reveals a tight connection between dark matter halo mass and the distribution of stellar mass in massive galaxies
    Huang, Song, Leauthaud, Alexie, Hearin, Andrew, Behroozi, Peter, Bradshaw, Christopher, Ardila, Felipe, Speagle, Joshua, Tenneti, Ananth, Bundy, Kevin, Greene, Jenny, Sifón, Cristóbal, and Bahcall, Neta
    MNRAS Mar 2020
  2. Physical correlations of the scatter between galaxy mass, stellar content, and halo mass
    Bradshaw, Christopher, Leauthaud, Alexie, Hearin, Andrew,  Huang, Song, and Behroozi, Peter
    MNRAS Mar 2020
  3. A detection of the environmental dependence of the sizes and stellar haloes of massive central galaxies
    Huang, Song, Leauthaud, Alexie, Greene, Jenny, Bundy, Kevin, Lin, Yen-Ting, Tanaka, Masayuki, Mandelbaum, Rachel, Miyazaki, Satoshi, and Komiyama, Yutaka
    MNRAS Oct 2018
  4. Individual stellar haloes of massive galaxies measured to 100 kpc at 0.3 < z < 0.5 using Hyper Suprime-Cam
    Huang, Song, Leauthaud, Alexie, Greene, Jenny E., Bundy, Kevin, Lin, Yen-Ting, Tanaka, Masayuki, Miyazaki, Satoshi, and Komiyama, Yutaka
    MNRAS Apr 2018
  5. Characterization and photometric performance of the Hyper Suprime-Cam Software Pipeline
    Huang, Song, Leauthaud, Alexie, Murata, Ryoma, Bosch, James, Price, Paul, Lupton, Robert, Mandelbaum, Rachel, Lackner, Claire, Bickerton, Steven, Miyazaki, Satoshi, Coupon, Jean, and Tanaka, Masayuki
    \pasj Jan 2018
  6. Fossil Evidence for the Two-phase Formation of Elliptical Galaxies
    Huang, Song, Ho, Luis C., Peng, Chien Y., Li, Zhao-Yu, and Barth, Aaron J.
    \apjl May 2013
  7. The Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey. III. The Three-component Structure of Nearby Elliptical Galaxies
    Huang, Song, Ho, Luis C., Peng, Chien Y., Li, Zhao-Yu, and Barth, Aaron J.
    \apj Mar 2013