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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Sanders, Nathan EdwardCore-collapse Supernova Progenitors in the Era of Untargeted Transient Searches2014Harvard UniversityGMOS-NUSA
Secrest, Nathan J.Supermassive black holes in bulgeless and dwarf galaxies: a multi-wavelength investigation2014George Mason UniversityGMOS-NUSA
Shih, Hsin-YiRadio jet driven outflows: an investigation of extended emission line regions around radio loud AGNs2014University of HawaiiGMOS-NUSA
Bailey, Vanessa PerryAdaptive optics for directly imaging planetary systems2015The University of ArizonaNICIUSA
Barber, Sara D.Planetary remnants around white dwarf stars2015University of OklahomaNIRIUSA
Diamond, Tiara R.Imprints of explosion conditions on late-time spectra of type Ia supernovae2015Florida State UniversityGNIRSUSA
Esposito, Thomas MatthewExploring planetary system evolution through high-contrast imaging2015University of California Los AngelesGPIUSA
Lena, DavideAspects of supermassive black hole growth in nearby active galactic nuclei2015Rochester Institute of TechnologyGMOS-SUSA
Mooley, Kunal P.Exploring the dynamic radio sky: the search for slow transients with the VLA2015California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Patel, BrandonType Ia supernovae: their progenitors and use as cosmological probes2015Rutgers, the State University of New JerseyGMOS-NUSA
Rapson, Valerie AnnInfrared investigations of the composition and structure of nearby protoplanetary disks2015Rochester Institute of TechnologyGPIUSA
Reiter, Megan RuthMeasuring the Physical Properties of Protostellar Outflows from Intermediate-Mass Stars in Feedback-Dominated Regions2015The University of ArizonaGeMS+GSAOIUSA
Simanton, Lesley AnnStar Cluster Populations in the Spiral Galaxy M1012015University of ToledoGMOS-NUSA
Singer, Leo P.The needle in the hundred square haystack: the hunt for binary neutron star mergers with LIGO and Palomar Transient Factory2015California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-N/GMOS-SUSA
Andrews, Jeffrey JohnDouble white dwarfs as probes of single and binary star evolution2016Columbia UniversityGMOS-N/GMOS-SUSA
Ballering, NicholasMeasuring the Structure and Composition of Circumstellar Debris Disks2016The University of ArizonaTRECSUSA
Cao, YiCosmic explosions: observations of infant hydrogen-free supernovae towards an understanding of their parent systems2016California Institute of TechnologyGMOS-NUSA
Hung, Li-WeiCharacterizing debris disks with multi-wavelength high-contrast imaging2016University of California Los AngelesTRECS/GPIUSA
Morley, Caroline V.Clouds and hazes in exoplanets and brown dwarfs2016University of California Santa CruzNIRIUSA
de Kleer, Katherine RebeccaExtreme Worlds of the Outer Solar System: Dynamic Processes on Uranus & Io2017University of California, BerkeleyNIRI+ALTAIRUSA

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