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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Jiang, LinhuaEvolution of the quasar population at high redshift2008The University of ArizonaGNIRS/NIRIUSA
Dage, Kristen C.Long term optical and X-ray mointoring of black hole candidates in extragalactic globular clusters2020Michigan State UniversityGMOS-SUSA
Lawton, BrandonDiffuse interstellar bands in damped Lyman-alpha and starburst galaxies2008New Mexico State UniversityGMOS-SUSA
Wiggins, Jason R.Journey to the Heart of Darkness - Exploring Void Galaxies2021University of Notre DameGMOS-NUSA
Wolff, Schuyler GraceCharacterizing the evolution of circumstellar systems with the Hubble Space Telescope and the Gemini Planet Imager 2017Johns Hopkins UniversityGPIUSA
Moerchen, Margaret MarieLocation and origin of dust in circumstellar debris disks: a mid-infrared imaging study2008University of FloridaTRECS/MICHELLEUSA
Schaller, Emily LaurenI. Seasonal changes in Titan's cloud activity. II. Volatile ices on outer solar system objects2008California Institute of TechnologyNIRI+ALTAIRUSA
Blake, Cullen H.Ultracool dwarfs and their companions2009Harvard UniversityPHOENIXUSA
Bursick, Shelly K.Two multicolor surveys for quasars at redshifts greater than 4.52009University of ArkansasGMOS-SUSA
Gharanfoli, SoheilaStudying low-redshift universe through observation of Damped Lyman-alpha quasar absorbers2009University of South CarolinaHokupaaUSA
Knutson, HeatherPortraits of distant worlds: characterizing the atmospheres of extrasolar planets2009Harvard UniversityNIRIUSA
Melis, Carl AnthonyThe life, death, and composition of exoterrestrial planets around intermediate mass stars2009University of California, Los AngelesNIRI/MICHELLE/TRECSUSA
Cucchiara, AntoninoGamma-ray burst afterglows as probes of their host galaxies and the cosmos2010The Pennsylvania State UniversityGMOS-N/GMOS-S/NIRIUSA
Dupuy, Trent JordelDirect measurements of the fundamental properties of low-mass stars and brown dwarfs2010University of HawaiiHokupaaUSA
Fadely, RossMulti-wavelength applications of gravitational lensing2010The State University of New JerseyNIRIUSA
Helton, Lorren AndrewPhotometric and spectroscopic analysis of classical novae: an examination of their observational characteristics and greater astronomical impact2010University of MinnesotaGNIRSUSA
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
Troutman, Matthew R.Observing carbon monoxide in circumstellar disks2010Clemson UniversityPHOENIXUSA
Andrews, Jennifer ErinA Comprehensive Study of Dust Formation and Evolution in Core Collapse Supernovae2011Louisiana State UniversityGMOS-SUSA
Bayliss, MatthewBroadband photometry of 105 Giant Arcs: redshift distribution constraints and implications for giant arc statistics2011University of ChicagoGMOS-NUSA

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