Instrumentation & Device Development : HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment

HETDEX: Illuminating the Darkness

Taylor Chonis, Niv Drory, Steven Finkelstein, Karl Gebhardt, Gary Hill, Hanshin Lee, Richard Savage, Sarah Tuttle, Brian Vattiat



Steven Finkelstein

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Observations of the High-Redshift Universe; Galaxy Formation and Evolution; Reionization; Chemical Evolution of the Universe.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Extragalactic, Reionization Era & First Galaxies, Star Formation (Extragalactic), Stellar Populations, First Stars & Galaxies, HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment


Karl Gebhardt

Professor

Research Interests

Formation and evolution of galaxies; dynamics of stellar systems; study of supermassive black holes.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Extragalactic, Black Holes & AGN, Dark Matter, Instrumentation & Device Development, HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment


Gary Hill

Research Professor

Research Interests

Observational cosmology; radio galaxies and quasars; astronomical instrumentation.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Extragalactic, Instrumentation & Device Development, HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment


Hanshin Lee

Research Scientist

Research Interests

Astronomical instrumentation; focal-plane wide-field wavefront sensing; active alignment control of imaging systems; adaptive image compensation/recovery; phase-retrieval.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Extragalactic, Instrumentation, Instrumentation & Device Development, GMTNIRS, HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment, IGRINS


Sarah Tuttle

Research Associate

Research Interests

Intergalactic Medium; Galaxy formation and evolution; Large Scale Structure; Matter distribution in galaxies.

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Extragalactic, Instrumentation, Secular Evolution, Star Formation (Extragalactic), Instrumentation & Device Development, HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment



Brian Vattiat

Research Engineer/Scientist Associate III

Publications

ADS | astro-ph

Group Areas

Instrumentation & Device Development, HETDEX: Dark Energy Experiment


14 January 2011
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