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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Saracino, SaraA Multi-Conjugate Adaptive Optics view of Bulge Globular Clusters2018University of BolognaGSAOI+GeMSOther
Bernard, AnaisDevelopment of new data reduction and analysis tools for Wide-Field Adaptive Optics2017Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de MarseilleGSAOI+GeMSOther
Opitz, DanielaImaging and astrometry for the coolest brown dwarfs2018University of New South WalesGSAOI+GeMSAustralia
Guarnieri, PierandreaGalaxy evolution at high redshift exploiting large galaxy surveys2019University of PortsmouthGSAOI+GeMSUK
Ferrero, Leticia Estudio multifrecuencia de jets estelares2020Universidad Nacional de CórdobaGSAOI+GeMS/NIRIArgentina
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
Roe, Henry G.Titan's atmosphere at high-resolution2002University of California, BerkeleyHokupaaUSA
Flicker, RalfMethods of multi-conjugate adaptive optics for astronomy2003Lunds UniversitetHokupaaOther
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
Perrin, Marshall DimseyA high angular resolution survey of circumstellar dust around Herbig Ae/Be stars2006University of California, BerkeleyMICHELLEUSA
Fitzgerald, Michael PatrickRevealing planet formation: technique, observation, and analysis2007University of California, BerkeleyMICHELLEUSA
Longmore, Steven NeilThe cradle of galactic superpowers: studying the natal environment of massive stars2007University of New South WalesMICHELLEAustralia
Guha Niyogi, SuklimaUsing infrared observations of circumstellar dust around evolved stars to test dust formation hypotheses2011University of Missouri - ColumbiaMICHELLEUSA
Do Duy, ThoStudy of the silicate mineralogy of embedded young stellar objects and the interstellar medium2018University of New South WalesMICHELLE/TRECSAustralia
Marinas, NaibiMid-infrared high resolution imaging of Herbig Ae/Be stars: Exploring the geometry of circumstellar dust2007University of FloridaMICHELLE/TRECSUSA

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