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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 271 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
Potter, Daniel E.A search for debris disks with a dual channel adaptive optics imaging polarimeter2003University of HawaiiHokupaaUSA
Tanner, Angelle MariaExtended sources in the central parsec of the Galactic Center2004University of California, Los AngelesHokupaaUSA
Siegler, NicholasDiscovery of very-low mass binary stars and circumstellar disks in the infrared2007The University of ArizonaHokupaaUSA
Gharanfoli, SoheilaStudying low-redshift universe through observation of Damped Lyman-alpha quasar absorbers2009University of South CarolinaHokupaaUSA
Dupuy, Trent JordelDirect measurements of the fundamental properties of low-mass stars and brown dwarfs2010University of HawaiiHokupaaUSA
Chilcote, Jeffrey KaplanDirect observation of extrasolar planets and the development of the gemini planet imager integral field spectrograph2014University of California, Los AngelesGPIUSA
Cheetham, Anthony CraigHigh resolution imaging and the formation of stars and planets2015University of SyndeyGPIAustralia
Esposito, Thomas MatthewExploring planetary system evolution through high-contrast imaging2015University of California Los AngelesGPIUSA
Rapson, Valerie AnnInfrared investigations of the composition and structure of nearby protoplanetary disks2015Rochester Institute of TechnologyGPIUSA
Millar-Blanchaer, Maxwell A.Planetary systems in polarized light: Debris disk observations and instrumentation2016University of TorontoGPICanada
Jensen-Clem, Rebecca MarieA Toolbox for Exoplanet Exploration2017California Institute of TechnologyGPIUSA
Rajan, AbhijithExoplanet Meteorology: Characterizing The Atmospheres Of Directly Imaged Sub-Stellar Objects2017Arizona State UniversityGPIUSA
Coatman, LiamA near-infrared view of luminous quasars: black hole masses, outflows and hot dust2017University of CambridgeGNIRS/NIRIUK
Jiang, LinhuaEvolution of the quasar population at high redshift2008The University of ArizonaGNIRS/NIRIUSA
Naud, Marie-EveDetection and characterization of distant giant exoplanets around low-mass young stars using direct imaging2016Universite de MontrealGNIRS/GMOS-S/NICI/PHOENIXCanada
Kellogg, KendraInvestigating Brown Dwarf Atmospheres: Gravity, Dust Content, Cloud Structure and Metallicity2017University of Western OntarioGNIRS/FLAMINGOS-2/GMOS-SCanada
Gagne, JonathanThe search for low-mass star and brown dwarf candidate members of young moving froups in the solar neighborhood2015Universite de MontrealGNIRS/FLAMINGOS-2Canada
Pomohaci, RobertA near-infrared view of the evolution, environment and multiplicity of Massive Young Stellar Objects2017University of LeedsGNIRSUK
Silge, Julia DorotheaSweep the dust away: infrared kinematics of nearby galaxies2005The University of Texas at AustinGNIRSUSA
Helton, Lorren AndrewPhotometric and spectroscopic analysis of classical novae: an examination of their observational characteristics and greater astronomical impact2010University of MinnesotaGNIRSUSA

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