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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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
Kynoch, DanielSpectral and temporal studies of accretion and ejection processes around supermassive black holes2019Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Silge, Julia DorotheaSweep the dust away: infrared kinematics of nearby galaxies2005The University of Texas at AustinGNIRSUSA
Longstaff, Emma S.The irradiated atmospheres of brown dwarf companions to white dwarf stars2019University of Leicester GNIRSUK
Marshall, Charlotte C. M.On the diffuse interstellar bands and the local interstellar medium2017University of NottinghamGNIRSUK
Onoue, MasafusaExploration of the cosmic dawn with high-redshift quasars2018The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, NAOJGNIRSOther
Marshall, BrandonAn examination of the environments impacted by high-mass stars and their formation2018Iowa State UniversityGNIRSUSA
Cochetti, Yanina Estructura y propiedades fĂ­sicas de envolturas circunestelares en estrellas Be2019Universidad Nacional de La PlataGNIRSArgentina
Helton, Lorren AndrewPhotometric and spectroscopic analysis of classical novae: an examination of their observational characteristics and greater astronomical impact2010University of MinnesotaGNIRSUSA
Caruana, JosephSpectroscopic analysis of primeval galaxy candidates2013University of OxfordGNIRSUK
Krug, Hannah BowenNeutral gas outflows and inflows in local AGN & high-z Lyman-alpha emitters in COSMOS2013University of MarylandGNIRSUSA
Bannister, MicheleBright trans-neptunian objects in the Southern sky2014Australian National UniversityGNIRSAustralia
Danielson, AliceThe Evolution of Massive Star-forming Galaxies: Energetics and the Interstellar Medium2014Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Mace, Gregory NathanInvestigating low-mass binary stars and brown dwarfs with near-infrared spectroscopy2014University of California Los AngelesGNIRSUSA
Diamond, Tiara R.Imprints of explosion conditions on late-time spectra of type Ia supernovae2015Florida State UniversityGNIRSUSA
Collinson, James S.Spectral and temporal studies of supermassive black holes2016Durham UniversityGNIRSUK
Bott, Kimberly M.Polarimetry of hot-Jupiter systems and radiative transfer models of planetary atmospheres2017University of New South WalesGNIRSAustralia
Harrison, Christopher MarkObservational constraints on the influence of active galactic nuclei on the evolution of galaxies2014Durham UniversityGMOS-S/NIFSUK
Graham, Melissa LynnNature versus nurture: how parent galaxy environments affect the rates and properties of their Type Ia supernovae2010University of VictoriaGMOS-S/GMOS-NCanada

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