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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 270 results.
AuthorTitleYearAffiliationInstrumentCountry
White, Marc COutflows from young stellar objects: the case of DG Tauri2014Australian National UniversityNIFSAustralia
Gladstone, JeanetteOptical & X-ray Studies of Ultraluminous X-ray Sources2010Durham UniversityGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK
Nielsen, Eric LudwigOn the road to imaging extrasolar planets:2011The University of ArizonaNIRI+ALTAIR/NICIUSA
Pike, RosemaryOn the population of the 5:1 Neptune resonance2016University of VictoriaGMOS-NCanada
Rose, MarvinOn the nature of the red, 2MASS-selected AGN in the local Universe2012University of SheffieldGMOS-SUK
Troutman, Matthew R.Observing carbon monoxide in circumstellar disks2010Clemson UniversityPHOENIXUSA
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
Harrison, Christopher MarkObservational constraints on the influence of active galactic nuclei on the evolution of galaxies2014Durham UniversityGMOS-S/NIFSUK
Baravalle, Laura Objetos extensos en el relevamiento VISTA variables en la Via Lactea (VVV)2018Universidad Nacional de CordobaFLAMINGOS-2Argentina
Dutra, Daniel Ruschel O ambiente circum nuclear em galáxias ativas formação estelar, toro de poeira e cinemática do gás2015Federal University of Rio Grande do SulMICHELLE/TRECS/GMOS-SBrazil
Schlieder, Joshua EdwardNew low-mass members of nearby young moving groups2011State University of New York at Stony BrookPHOENIXUSA
Miszalski, BrentNew galactic planetary nebulae and the role of central star binarity2009Macquarie UniversityGMOS-SAustralia
Krug, Hannah BowenNeutral gas outflows and inflows in local AGN & high-z Lyman-alpha emitters in COSMOS2013University of MarylandGNIRSUSA
Graham, Melissa LynnNature versus nurture: how parent galaxy environments affect the rates and properties of their Type Ia supernovae2010University of VictoriaGMOS-S/GMOS-NCanada
Trichas, MarkosMulti-wavelength surveys of extreme infrared populaitons2008Imperial College of LondonGMOS-NUK
Fadely, RossMulti-wavelength applications of gravitational lensing2010The State University of New JerseyNIRIUSA
Moran, PaulMulti-wavelength and Polarisation Studies of Pulsars: the Crab, Vela, and PSR J0205+64492014National University of Ireland, GalwayGMOS-NOther
Teodoro, Mairan MacedoMulti-spectral analysis of the cyclic events of Eta Carinae2009University of San PauloCIRPASSBrazil
Tobin, John J.Morphologically complex protostellar envelopes: structure and kinematics2011The University of MichiganNIRIUSA
Rogerson, Jesse AaronMonitoring Broad Absorption-Line Quasar Variability2016York University (Canada)GMOS-N/GMOS-SCanada

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