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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 101-120 of 248 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
Marble, Andrew RobertQSO pairs and the Lyman-alpha forest: observations, simulations, and cosmological implications2007The University of ArizonaGMOS-SUSA
Malo, LisonRecherche et caracterisation des etoiles jeunes de faible masse dans le voisinage solaire2014Universite de MontrealPHOENIXCanada
Maia, Francisco Ferreira de Souza Characterization and structural evolution of Galactic open clusters2012Universidade Federal de Minas GeraisGMOS-SBrazil
Madrid, Juan PabloStructural parameters of compact stellar systems2013Swinburne University of TechnologyGMOS-NAustralia
Mace, Gregory NathanInvestigating low-mass binary stars and brown dwarfs with near-infrared spectroscopy2014University of California Los AngelesGNIRSUSA
MacArthur, Lauren AnneStellar populations in spiral galaxies: Broadband versus spectroscopic viewpoints2005The University of British Columbia (Canada)GMOS-NCanada
Loubser, SusanKinematics and stellar populations in brightest cluster galaxies2009University of Central LancashireGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK
Lorenzo-Oliveira, DiegoCronometros Estelares: Calibrando a Atividade Cromosferica em Estrelas de Baixa Massa2016Federal University of Rio de JaneiroGMOS-NBrazil
Lopez Rodriguez, EnriqueA total and polarized infrared flux view of the AGN clumpy torus2013University of FloridaNIRI/MICHELLE/TRECSUSA
Longmore, Steven NeilThe cradle of galactic superpowers: studying the natal environment of massive stars2007University of New South WalesMICHELLEAustralia
Lloyd, James PatrickThe detection and characterization of low mass companions to sun-like stars2002University of California, BerkeleyHokupaaUSA
Livermore, RachaelHarnessing the Power of Gravitational Lensing: Resolved Star Formation at Redshift 1 - 42013Durham UniversityNIFSUK
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
Liskowsky, Joseph PaulPlanet formation in transition disks: modeling, spectroscopy, and theory2012Clemson UniversityPHOENIXUSA
Limoges, Marie-MicheleReleve spectroscopique et etude des proprietes physiques des etoiles naines blanches a moins de 40 parsecs du Soleil2014Universite de MontrealGMOS-N/GMOS-SCanada
Li, DanHigh-angular resolution mid-infrared study of disks and environments of young stars2013University of FloridaMICHELLE/TRECSUSA
Levitan, David B.Finding needles in the haystack: a search for AM CVn systems using the Palomar Transient Factory2013California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Lena, DavideAspects of supermassive black hole growth in nearby active galactic nuclei2015Rochester Institute of TechnologyGMOS-SUSA
Lawton, BrandonDiffuse interstellar bands in damped Lyman-alpha and starburst galaxies2008New Mexico State UniversityGMOS-SUSA
Lavigne, Jean-FrancoisImagerie a haut contraste et caracterisation d'exoplanetes par la spectroscopie integrale de champ2009Universite de MontrealNIFS+ALTAIRCanada

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