George Becker

Office: Pierce Hall 2134B
Telephone:
Email: george.becker-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: intergalactic medium, reionization, first stars and galaxies, chemical enrichment, dark matter, quasar absorption lines, spectroscopy.

 

Gabriela Canalizo

Office: Pierce 2100B
Telephone: 951-827-5310
Email: gabriela.canalizo-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: observational extragalactic astrophysics, active galactic nuclei, quasar host galaxies and their environments, ultraluminous infrared galaxies (ULIRGs), galaxy interactions and mergers, modeling stellar populations,old galaxies at high redshift, adaptive optics.

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Frederick Hamann

Office: Pierce 2134B & 3013 Physics 
Telephone:
Email: frederick.hamann-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: astrophysics, quasars and active galaxies, super-massive black holes in galactic nuclei, the formation and evolution of galaxies, accretion and outflow processes in stars and galactic black hole environments, the high redshift universe, galactic chemical enrichment, early and late stages of stellar evolution, spectroscopy with astrophysical applications.

Bahram Mobasher

Office: Pierce 2100A
Telephone: 951-827-7190
Email: mobasher-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: observational astronomy, high-redshift galaxies, big data.

Naveen Reddy

Office: Pierce 2134B
Telephone: 951-827-3492
Email: naveen.reddy-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: galaxy formation and evolution, multi-wavelength star formation indicators, stellar populations and dust properties of high redshift galaxies, and the connection between galaxies and the inter-galactic medium.

Laura Sales

Office: Pierce 2112B
Telephone:
Email: laura.sales-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: galaxy formation and evolution, numerical simulations and computational astrophysics, galaxy structure, dwarf galaxies, local Group cosmology, ISM physics, early Universe.

Brian Siana

Office: Pierce 2144A
Telephone: 951-827-5117
Email: brian.siana-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: high redshift star formation, feedback and metal enrichment in low-mass galaxies in the early universe, the reionization of hydrogen and helium in the intergalactic medium, low metallicity stellar evolution, black hole accretion census. 

Gillian Wilson

Office: Pierce 2112A
Telephone: 951-827-6274
Email: gillian.wilson-at-ucr.edu

Research Interests: galaxy clusters and mapping dark matter, observational cosmology, dark energy, 1<z<2 clusters of galaxies, galaxy evolution, structure formation, extremely red objects, weak gravitational lensing, Spitzer space telescope infrared studies.

Allen Zych (Emeritus)

Office:Physics 3047
Telephone:
951-827-5331
Alt: Phone: 951-827-5642
Email: zych-at-citrus.ucr.edu

Research Interests: Space physics, atmospheric and solar neutron sources, celestial gamma-ray sources.