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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Li, DanHigh-angular resolution mid-infrared study of disks and environments of young stars2013University of FloridaMICHELLE/TRECSUSA
Skemer, AndrewHigh spatial resolution mid-infrared studies of planetary systems2011The University of ArizonaMICHELLE/TRECSUSA
Wheelwright, Hugh EricHigh resolution studies of early type emission line stars2010University of LeedsPHOENIXUK
Bitner, Martin Allan, Jr.High resolution spectroscopy of old stars and young disks2008The University of Texas at AustinTEXESUSA
Cheetham, Anthony CraigHigh resolution imaging and the formation of stars and planets2015University of SyndeyGPIAustralia
Livermore, RachaelHarnessing the Power of Gravitational Lensing: Resolved Star Formation at Redshift 1 - 42013Durham UniversityNIFSUK
Hermes, James Joseph, Jr.Gravitational waves, pulsations, and more : high-speed photometry of low-mass, He-core white dwarfs2013The University of Texas at AustinGMOS-N/GMOS-SUSA
Cucchiara, AntoninoGamma-ray burst afterglows as probes of their host galaxies and the cosmos2010The Pennsylvania State UniversityGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Kim, Jae-wooGalaxy clustering and galaxy clusters from the UKIDSS DXS2012Durham UniversityGMOS-NUK
Levitan, David B.Finding needles in the haystack: a search for AM CVn systems using the Palomar Transient Factory2013California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Schnorr Muller, Allan Feeding the Super Massive Black Hole in Active Galactic Nuclei2013Federal University of Rio Grande do SulGMOS-N/GMOS-SBrazil
de Kleer, Katherine RebeccaExtreme Worlds of the Outer Solar System: Dynamic Processes on Uranus & Io2017University of California, BerkeleyNIRI+ALTAIRUSA
Mentuch, ErinExtragalactic stellar populations in the near and mid-infrared: 1-30 mum emission from evolved populations, young and dustry star forming regions and the earliest stellar populations2010University of TorontoGMOS-NCanada
Tanner, Angelle MariaExtended sources in the central parsec of the Galactic Center2004University of California, Los AngelesHokupaaUSA
Fu, HaiExtended emission-line regions: Remnants of quasar superwinds?2008University of Hawaii at ManoaGMOS-NUSA
Tang, SuminExploring the Long-Term and Extreme Variability of Stars2012Harvard UniversityGMOS-NUSA
Mooley, Kunal P.Exploring the dynamic radio sky: the search for slow transients with the VLA2015California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Esposito, Thomas MatthewExploring planetary system evolution through high-contrast imaging2015University of California Los AngelesGPIUSA
Nysewander, Melissa C.Exploring optically dark and dim gamma-ray bursts: instrumentation, observation and analysis2006The University of North Carolina at Chapel HillGMOS-SUSA
Mehner, AndreaExploring and Modeling High-excitation Emission in the Ejecta and the Wind of Eta Carinae2011University of MinnesotaGMOS-SUSA

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