Graduate Students Research Topics

1988. Adeline Caulet, University of Chicago. Ionized Magnesium in QSO Absorption Line Systems. Ap. J., 1989, 340 90.

1989. Brian Yanny, University of Chicago, Emission Line Objects Near QSO Absorbers: II Analysis and Implications of Star Forming Objects at Moderate Redshift. Ap. J., 1990. 351, 396.

1991. Geoff Burks, University of Chicago. A study of the Galactic Halo using RR Lyrae Stars, Globular Clusters, and 3C273, with the International Ultraviolet Explorer. ApJ, 381, 55.

1992. Ted Rodriguez-Bell, University of Chicago. Mass Loss in A Stars. (not submitted, but see 1993, Frisch, Slojkowski, Rodriguez-Bell, and York, Astrophysical Journal Supplement, volume 84, pages 55-72).

1995. James Fowler, University of Chicago, The Interstellar Medium within 200 pc. towards two Molecular Clouds (unpublished)

1995. James Lauroesch. University of Chicago. Abundances near z=2 in QSO Absorption Line Systems. PASP, 108, 641;ApJ, 451, 468.

1996, Varsha Kulkarni, University of Chicago,

1998. Dan Vanden Berk, University of Chicago. Clustering Properties of Low-Redshift QSO Absorption Systems Toward the Galactic Poles. ApJS, 122, 355.

2000. Gordon Richards, University of Chicago. The Possible Circum - QSO Origin of Some QSO Absorption Lines ApJ, in press.

2001. Connie Rockosi, University of Chicago. Multi-color Diagrams of Galactic Clusters.

2002. Chris Mallouris, University of Chicago. The Interstellar Gas on the Sight-Line to the SMC Star, Sk 108. (expected)

2002. Lancelot Kao, University of Chicago. Appearance of Merging Galaxies at High Redshift. (expected)

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