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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 141-160 of 256 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
Tejos, NicolasThe relationship between the intergalactic medium and galaxies2014Durham UniversityGMOS-SUK
Chen, Ting-WanHost galaxies and late-time evolution of super-luminous supernovae2015Queen's University BelfastGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK
Finn, Charles WilliamProbing the connection between the intergalactic medium and galaxies with quasar absorption-line spectroscopy2015Durham UniversityGMOS-SUK
Collinson, James S.Spectral and temporal studies of supermassive black holes2016Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Lansbury, GeorgeA hard X-ray view of the distant active galactic nucleus population with NuSTAR2016Durham UniversityGMOS-SUK
Johnson, KelseyThe properties of super star clusters in a sample of starburst galaxies2001University of Colorado at BoulderOSCIRUSA
Stephens, Andrew W.Stellar populations of nearby galaxies2001The Ohio State UniversityHokupaaUSA
Lloyd, James PatrickThe detection and characterization of low mass companions to sun-like stars2002University of California, BerkeleyHokupaaUSA
Bussmann, Robert ShaneThe nature of dust-obscured galaxies at z~22010University of ArizonaNIRIUSA
Roe, Henry G.Titan's atmosphere at high-resolution2002University of California, BerkeleyHokupaaUSA
Potter, Daniel E.A search for debris disks with a dual channel adaptive optics imaging polarimeter2003University of HawaiiHokupaaUSA
Radomski, James ThomasHigh-resolution mid-infrared imaging of active galactic nuclei2003University of FloridaOSCIRUSA
Schaefer, Gail HelenDynamical masses of pre-main sequence stars2004State University of New York at Stony BrookNIRI+ALTAIRUSA
Sheppard, Scott S.Small bodies in the outer solar system: from Kuiper Belt objects to Centaurs to satellites2004University of HawaiiGMOS-NUSA
Tanner, Angelle MariaExtended sources in the central parsec of the Galactic Center2004University of California, Los AngelesHokupaaUSA
Bolton, Adam S.Constraints on early-type galaxy structure from sepctroscopically selected gravitaitonal lenses2005Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Bonanos, Alceste ZoeDetermining accurate distances to nearby galaxies2005Harvard UniversityGMOS-NUSA
Dahm, Scott E.The evolution of young clusters2005University of HawaiiGMOS-NUSA
Debes, John H., IVDigging for substellar objects in the stellar graveyard2005The Pennsylvania State UniversityNIRI+ALTAIRUSA
Silge, Julia DorotheaSweep the dust away: infrared kinematics of nearby galaxies2005The University of Texas at AustinGNIRSUSA

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