Richard EllisÕ Former and Current Ph.D. Students (1974-present)


 

 

Student

Dates

Thesis Title

Current Position

 

 

 

 

 

1

David  Axon 

1970-74

Polarisation Studies of Galaxies

Head, Math & Physical Sci, U Sussex (now deceased)

 

2

Stephen Phillipps

1975-79

Correlation Analysis of Deep Galaxy Samples

Professor of Astrophysics, U Bristol

3

Iain Inglis

1979-86

Spectroscopic Studies of Supergiant Elliptical Galaxies

Senior Executive, Logica Ltd

4

Bahram Mobasher

1982-86

An infrared study of a sample of optically-selected galaxies

Professor of Astronomy, UC Riverside

5

Iain MacLaren

1983-87

Studies of distant clusters of galaxies

Director, Center for Excellence in Learning & Teaching, National University of Ireland, Galway

6

Tom Broadhurst

1984-89

A faint galaxy redshift and implications for cosmology

Research Professor, University of Basque Country

7

Richard Bower 

1986-90

The stellar populations of early-type galaxies in groups and clusters

Professor of Astronomy, U Durham

8

Alfonso Arag˜n Salamanca

1988-91

Optical and infrared studies of distant galaxies

Professor of Astronomy, U Nottingham

9

Ian Smail

1989-93

Gravitational lensing by rich clusters of galaxies

Professor of Astronomy, U Durham

10

Jeremy Heyl

1992-94

Galaxy evolution: observations, analysis and theory

Associate Professor, U British Columbia

11

Francisco Castander

1993-96

X-ray studies of high redshift galaxies

Assistant Professor, IEEC, Barcelona

12

Amy Barger

1993-98

The morphological evolution of galaxies in distant clusters

Professor of Astronomy, U Wisconsin

13

Tim Ebbels 

1994-98

Galaxy Evolution from Gravitational Lensing Studies with Hubble Space Telescope

Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London

14

Jarle Brinchmann 

1995-99

The Physical Evolution of Field Galaxies

Assistant Professor, Leiden U

15

Felipe Menanteau 

1996-00

The Star Formation History of Field Ellipticals

Research Scientist, Rutgers U

16

Meghan Gray 

1997-01

Wide-Field Optical and Infrared Observations of Weak Gravitational Lensing

Associate Professor, Nottingham U

17

Mark Sullivan

1998-01

Astrophysical Tracers of the Cosmic Star Formation History

Principal Research Fellow, Southampton U

18

David Bacon 

1998-01

The Detection and Measurement of Cosmic Shear

Senior Lecturer, Portsmouth U

19

Andrew Firth 

1998-02

Galaxy Evolution from Multi-colour Surveys

Lecturer, Univ. Coll. Cork

20

Richard Massey 

2000-04

Gravitational Lensing with High Resolution Imaging

Royal Society Research Fellow, Durham U

21

Mike Santos 

2000-03

Galaxy Formation at the Time of Reionization

Boston Consultants

22

David Sand 

2001-05

On the Distribution of Dark Matter in Clusters of Galaxies

Assistant Professor, Texas Tech

23

Kevin Bundy 

2002-06

On the Mass Assembly History of Galaxies

Assistant Professor, IPMU, U Tokyo

24

Sean Moran 

2003-07

Understanding the Physical Processes Driving Galaxy Evolution in Clusters

Staff Scientist, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory

25

Daniel Stark

2004-08

Observing Galaxy Formation During the First 2 Billions Years

Assistant Professor, U Arizona

26

Tucker Jones

2007-12

Detailed Studies of High Redshift Galaxies

Prize Research Fellow, U California Santa Barbara

27 

Sarah Miller1

2008-12

Assembly History of Disk Galaxies

ChancellorÕs Fellow, U California Irvine

28

Andrew Newman

2007-13

Dark Matter and the Assembly History of Massive Galaxies and Clusters

Prize Research Fellow, Carnegie Observatories

29

Matt Schenker

2009-

How Did Galaxies Reionize the Universe

 

30

Sirio Belli

2010-

The Assembly History of Early-type Galaxies

 

                           

 Jointly supervised with (in order of appearance):  Michael Scarrott, Carlos Frenk, Jean-Paul Kneib, Roberto Abraham(2), Alexandre Refregier(2), Ofer Lahav, Alexandre Refregier, Marc Kamionkowski, Tommaso Treu, Chris Conselice,  Tommaso Treu, Mark Sullivan