PhD Theses

The PhD theses below are based fully or partially on Gemini Observatory data. Please email library@gemini.edu if your Gemini-based PhD thesis has not been included.

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Cucchiara, AntoninoGamma-ray burst afterglows as probes of their host galaxies and the cosmos2010The Pennsylvania State UniversityGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Dupuy, Trent JordelDirect measurements of the fundamental properties of low-mass stars and brown dwarfs2010University of HawaiiHokupaaUSA
Fadely, RossMulti-wavelength applications of gravitational lensing2010The State University of New JerseyNIRIUSA
Helton, Lorren AndrewPhotometric and spectroscopic analysis of classical novae: an examination of their observational characteristics and greater astronomical impact2010University of MinnesotaGNIRSUSA
Liu, XinObservations of galaxies harboring active massive black holes: the curious case of binaries and the coupled growth of black holes and their hosts2010Princeton UniversityGMOS-NUSA
Troutman, Matthew R.Observing carbon monoxide in circumstellar disks2010Clemson UniversityPHOENIXUSA
Andrews, Jennifer ErinA Comprehensive Study of Dust Formation and Evolution in Core Collapse Supernovae2011Louisiana State UniversityGMOS-SUSA
Bayliss, MatthewBroadband photometry of 105 Giant Arcs: redshift distribution constraints and implications for giant arc statistics2011University of ChicagoGMOS-NUSA
D'Andrea, Christopher BrianTesting supernova cosmology and progenitor effects with the SDSS-II supernova survey2011University of PensylvaniaGMOS-SUSA
Guha Niyogi, SuklimaUsing infrared observations of circumstellar dust around evolved stars to test dust formation hypotheses2011University of Missouri - ColumbiaMICHELLEUSA
Indriolo, NicholasInvestigating the cosmic-ray ionization rate in the galactic interstellar medium through observations of H3+2011University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPHOENIXUSA
Kasliwal, Mansi M.Bridging the gap: elusive explosions in the local universe2011California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Kennedy, Catherine R.The history of chemical enrichment and the sites of early nucleosynthesis: CNO abundances of galactic carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars2011Michigan State UniversityGMOS-S/GMOS-NUSA
Kruger, Andrew JamesInfrared Spectroscopy and Young Stellar Objects: Characterizing the Dust and Gas in Circumstellar Disks2011University of California DavisPHOENIX/TRECSUSA
Mehner, AndreaExploring and Modeling High-excitation Emission in the Ejecta and the Wind of Eta Carinae2011University of MinnesotaGMOS-SUSA
Nielsen, Eric LudwigOn the road to imaging extrasolar planets:2011The University of ArizonaNIRI+ALTAIR/NICIUSA
Perley, Daniel AlanThe diverse environments of Gamma-ray bursts2011University of California, BerkeleyGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Schlieder, Joshua EdwardNew low-mass members of nearby young moving groups2011State University of New York at Stony BrookPHOENIXUSA
Schwamb, Megan E.Beyond Sedna: probing the distant solar systems2011California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Skemer, AndrewHigh spatial resolution mid-infrared studies of planetary systems2011The University of ArizonaMICHELLE/TRECSUSA

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