Bing-Chiao He (NTU and ASIAA); Ke-Jun Chen(ASIAA)
There are numerous galaxies in the universe, and many of them host a supermassive black hole (SMBH) of 10^8 solar masses, which physical size is extremely small compared with the size of a galaxy. In spite of their tiny size, they have strong influences on the evolution of their host galaxies. In this poster, we present two kinds of thermal feedbacks from the SMB;, active galactic nuclei (AGN) feedback and tidal disruption event (TDE) feedback, respectively. Both feedbacks have their unique ways to impact on the gas, star formation, and outflow of the host galaxies which are discussed in my talk.