Hao-Yu Miao (NCU); Yen-Chen Pan (NCU)
Observation of astrophysical transients requires a rapid response to constrain their properties at early times. The early-time observations are critical as they inform the details of the progenitor systems and explosion mechanisms. Recently, we are collaborating with several transient surveys, such as Young Supernova Experiment (YSE) and Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), by ultilizing the Lulin One-meter Telescope (LOT) for transient follow-up. To ensure a fast-turnaround data reduction, we are constructing an automatic data reduction and analysis pipeline to generate the photometric light curves of our targets without the need of human intervention. This includes basic image calibration, photometric calibration, and integration to the transient surveys we participate. The pipeline will be applicable not only to the data taken from LOT, but also other telescopes such as our future 2-meter telescope in Chile. The future works will be focused on the construction of the interface for the automatic target alarm and scheduling system by using TOM toolkit (Target and Observation Manager toolkit). It will allow us to more efficiently communicate with both observers and instruments in the era of LSST (Legacy Survey of Space and Time).