Biographical sketch



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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

PI: Gregory D. Bothun Telephone: 541-346-2569; FAX: 541-346-5861 E-mail:nuts@bigmoo.uoregon.edu Web:http://zebu.uoregon.edu



Education:

  • Undergraduate: University of Washington -- B.S. in Astronomy, June 1976

  • Graduate: University of Washington -- Ph.D. in Astronomy, August 1981

Current Employment:

Past Employment:

  • Associate Professor of Physics, University of Oregon, July 1990 - September 1995

  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Astronomy, University of Michigan, 9/86-7/90




  • Bantrell Fellow, California Institute of Technology, 9/83-9/86

  • Center Fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 10/81-9/83

Professional Awards/Activities:

  • Center Fellowship (CFA), 1981-1983

  • Bantrell Prize Fellowship (Caltech), 1983-1986

  • Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar, 2001-2002

  • Scientific Editor, Astrophysical Journal 1996-2003




  • Inaugural Member of ISI Highly Cited Astronomer over the period 1980-2000


Related Publications/Activities:

  1. The Intrinsic Color and Structure of IC 342 from CCD Observations Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 2003 115, 1135

  2. Star Formation in H I Selected Galaxies: H II Region Properties, The Astrophysical Journal 2005 630, 824

  3. Far-Ultraviolet and H-alpha Imaging of Nearby Spiral Galaxies: The OB Stellar Population in the Diffuse Ionized Gas The Astrophysical Journal 2001 559, 878

  4. The Luminosity of SN 1999by in NGC 2841 and the Nature of ``Peculiar'' Type Ia Supernovae The Astrophysical Journal 2004 613, 1120

  5. The Pine Mountain Observatory Outreach Program Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 2000 1971, 2005

Other Recent Publications:



  1. Companions to Isolated Elliptical Galaxies: Revisiting the Bothun-Sullivan Sample The Astrophysical Journal 2004, 607 810

  2. Extraordinary Diffuse Light in Hickson Compact Group 90 The Astrophysical Journal 2003, 585 739

  3. A new H I catalog of Low Surface Brightness galaxies out to z = 0.1. Tripling the number of massive LSB galaxies known 2004, Astronomy and Astrophysics 428, 823

  4. Low Surface Brightness Galaxies and the Tully-Fisher Relation The Astronomical Journal 2002, 123 2387

  5. The Discovery of Cepheids and a New Distance to NGC 2841 Using the Hubble Space Telescope The Astrophysical Journal 2001 559, 243

Collaborators:

Chris Mihos, Wendy Freedman, David Silva, Mike West, R. Kang, Stacy McGaugh, Rene Walterbos, Jaqueline van Gorkom, Karen O'Neil, Chris Impey

Advisors:



Graduate: Woodruff T. Sullivan III


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