The 6th Fermi Asian Network (FAN) Workshop

18-22 January, 2016

Hotel Tirol, Muju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea

registered participants program Hotel Information traveling tips Winter Sports

Core Topics

Rotation-powered pulsars and their wind nebulae


Gamma-ray binaries

Supernova remnants

AGN/Galactic Center

Gamma-ray transients

Unidentified Fermi Objects

Invited Speaker

Masahiro Teshima (University of Tokyo, Japan)

Scientific Organizing Committee

David C. Y. Hui (Chair, Institute of Natural Sciences, Chungnam National University, Korea)

K. S. Cheng (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Albert K. H. Kong (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)

Thomas P. H. Tam (Sun Yat-Sen University, China)

Jumpei Takata (Huazhong Univisity of Science and Technology China)


National Research Foundation of Korea

Chungnam National University

The Korean Space Science Society

BK21 Plus


Related links

3rd Fermi Asian Network Workshop

4th Fermi Asian Network Workshop

5th Fermi Asian Network Workshop

The Fermi Science Support Center


Fermi Asian Network (FAN) was established in 2010 to promote collaborations among the high energy astrophysicists in Asia with particular focus on using the data obtained by Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope for observational and theoretical investigations. Over the last few years, we have published a series of papers related to gamma-ray astronomy.

In order to review our effort and expand our collaboration, we will hold the sixth workshop in Muju, South Korea.

The presentations in this workshop will be published as a monograph by the Journal of Astronomy & Space Science.

For your reference, the monograph of FAN3 workshop can be download here.