I am a graduate student, studying observational astronomy at UCR working under the supervision of Prof. Mobasher . My astrophysical interests are mainly centered on galaxy formation and evolution, more specifically: Substructures in disk galaxies spanning back more than 8 billion years, Star forming galaxies at high redshifts and their spectral properties, Star formation history and feedback processes.
- KPC scale study of substructures in disk galaxies :
Click here to see the color (HST B+Z+H) images for a sample of disk galaxies in the GOODS fields at z<1.3 . Click and hold on the color images to see the (U-V)rest-frame color, stellar mass surface density, age, extinction and star formation surface density maps.
- Study of kinematics of Double-peaked Lyman alpha emitters. (read more)
- Study of high redshift LBGs in GOODS DEIMOS SAMPLE (read more)
- Study of the lyman alpha emitter overdensity at z~2.38 ( the so-called Francis Cluster), as a fellow researcher at IPAC. (read more)
- Study of Massive and Evolved Galaxies at high redshift ( Nayyeri. et. al 2014)
Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot -Charlie Chaplin
Shoubaneh Hemmati Department of Physics and Astronomy University of California Riverside 900 University Ave., Riverside, CA 92521 Work: (951) 827 5420 Email: s h e m m 0 0 1 at u c r . e d u
page by Shoubaneh Hemmati, last updated April 16 2014