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Supervisor: Peter Martin Galactic magnetism using radio polarization and 21 cm HI; interstellar extinction using optical and IR photometry.
Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~campbell
My thesis work is focused on understanding the magnetic properties of the interstellar medium (ISM) within our Galaxy. In particular, I am interested in understanding how the Galactic magnetic field connects between different phases and spatial scales within the ISM. I am also interested in interstellar extinction in star forming regions where the ISM is primarily molecular. To do this, I am using optical and infrared photometry to study stellar extinction curves within a nearby giant molecular cloud with the goal of more accurately characterizing the ISM dust properties.
Professor, Emeritus N-body modelling, galactic dynamics, cosmology.Ph. D. 1978, British Columbia
Work Phone: 416-978-2198/3150work Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~carlberg/
I am primarily interested in cosmology and galaxy formation and evolution using both observational and theoretical approaches. Recently I was one of the leaders of the Supernova Legacy Survey which found that the dark energy was constant in time to a precision of better than 10%, consistent with Einstein’s cosmological constant. I am also interested in star streams as indicators of the dark matter substructure of the Milky Way halo. I was the Thirty Meter Telescope’s Canadian Project Director 2003-17.
Supervisors: Renée Hložek + Jo Bovy Cosmology, Cosmic Microwave Background, Data modeling and analysis
Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://astro.utoronto.ca/~chan/
Supervisor: Bob Abraham
Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://astro.utoronto.ca/~schen/
Supervisors: Maria Drout + Bryan Gaensler
Work Email: INTERNET
Professor, Emeritus Variable stars in globular clusters and other stellar systems.Ph.D. 1967, Toronto
Work Phone: 416-978-2204work Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~cclement/
Professor, Emeritus Equilibrium and stability of rotating stellar models, circulation and mixing in stellar interiors.Ph.D. 1965, Chicago
Work Phone: 416-978-2204work Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~mclement/
Supervisor: Norm Murray
Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://astro.utoronto.ca/~cocroft/
Supervisors: Gwen Eadie + Bryan Gaensler
Work Email: INTERNET Website: http://astro.utoronto.ca/~cook/