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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.

Displaying 81-100 of 270 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
Patel, BrandonType Ia supernovae: their progenitors and use as cosmological probes2015Rutgers, the State University of New JerseyGMOS-NUSA
Parker, Alex HarrisonUltra-wide trans-neptunian binaries: tracers of the outer solar system's history2011University of VictoriaGMOS-NCanada
Pagnotta, AshleyRecurrent Novae and Type Ia Supernova Progenitors2012Louisiana State UniversityGMOS-SUSA
Oldham, Lindsay JoannaThe evolution of dark and luminous structure in massive early-type galaxies2017University of CambridgeGMOS-N/NIFS+LGSUK
Oio, Gabriel Propiedades espectroscopicas de galaxias Narrow Line Seyfert 12018Universidad Nacional de CordobaGMOS-NArgentina
Nysewander, Melissa C.Exploring optically dark and dim gamma-ray bursts: instrumentation, observation and analysis2006The University of North Carolina at Chapel HillGMOS-SUSA
Noyola, EvaCentral dynamics of globular clusters2007University of Texas at AustinGMOS-SUSA
Norris, Mark AndersonThe formation of early-type galaxies2008University of DurhamGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK
Noble, AllisonDusty star-forming lalaxies within high-redshift galaxy clusters2014McGill UniversityGMOS-NCanada
Nilo-Castellon, Jose LuisCĀ“umulos de galaxias de baja luminosidad en rayos-X2013Universidad Nacional de CordobaGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIArgentina
Nielsen, Eric LudwigOn the road to imaging extrasolar planets:2011The University of ArizonaNIRI+ALTAIR/NICIUSA
Naud, Marie-EveDetection and characterization of distant giant exoplanets around low-mass young stars using direct imaging2016Universite de MontrealGNIRS/GMOS-S/NICI/PHOENIXCanada
Morley, Caroline V.Clouds and hazes in exoplanets and brown dwarfs2016University of California Santa CruzNIRIUSA
Morgan, Adam NolanClassification, follow-up, and analysis of Gamma-ray bursts and their early-time near-infrared/optical afterglows2014University of California, BerkeleyGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Moran, PaulMulti-wavelength and Polarisation Studies of Pulsars: the Crab, Vela, and PSR J0205+64492014National University of Ireland, GalwayGMOS-NOther
Mooley, Kunal P.Exploring the dynamic radio sky: the search for slow transients with the VLA2015California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Moerchen, Margaret MarieLocation and origin of dust in circumstellar debris disks: a mid-infrared imaging study2008University of FloridaTRECS/MICHELLEUSA
Modjaz, MaryamVaried deaths of massive stars: Properties of nearby type IIb, Ib and Ic supernovae2007Harvard UniversityGMOS-N/NIRIUSA
Miszalski, BrentNew galactic planetary nebulae and the role of central star binarity2009Macquarie UniversityGMOS-SAustralia
Millar-Blanchaer, Maxwell A.Planetary systems in polarized light: Debris disk observations and instrumentation2016University of TorontoGPICanada

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