Welcome to Takashi Moriya's Web Page

Takashi Moriya (守屋 尭) photo he/him/his
Takashi José Moriya Sierra in Spanish

I am an astronomer (tenured assistant professor) working at
Division of Science and Center for Computational Astrophysics, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan.
I am also an Adjunct Research Fellow of
School of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science, Monash University, Australia.

Office: Room 301 of Main Building (South) [C4]
Email : takashi.moriya (at) nao.ac.jp

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Research Interests
   I am mainly working on theoretical aspects of supernovae and massive star evolution. I try to deduce unknown activities of dying massive stars by studying supernovae. I am also working on the origins of weird transients, like superluminous supernovae, found by recent large transient surveys. In addition, I am involved in several optical and near-infrared transient surveys to discover the most distant supernovae with which we can unveil stellar and cosmological properties of the early Universe.