2007 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2000 - US President's National Medal of Science "For his bold astrophysical insights, which have revolutionized concepts of the nature of pulsars, the "ecosystem" of stars and gas in our Galaxy, the sizes and masses of galaxies, the nature and distribution of dark matter and ordinary matter in the Universe, and the formation of galaxies and other cosmological structures.", Presented by Dr. Neal Lane, Assistant to the President for Science & Technology, at a black-tie dinner awards ceremony at the National Building Museum, Washington, DC, Friday, December 1, 2000.
1999 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
1992 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1975 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1974 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1970 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary scientific interests are in Astrophysics, Galaxy, Astronomy, Quasar and Redshift. His study involves Elliptical galaxy, Dark matter, Galaxy cluster, Accretion and Baryon, a branch of Astrophysics. His Dark matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Warm dark matter and Halo, Dark matter halo.
His Galaxy study deals with Cosmology intersecting with Cosmic background radiation, Universe and Velocity dispersion. His Quasar research focuses on Sky and how it relates to Segue. Jeremiah P. Ostriker combines subjects such as Equation of state and Spectral density with his study of Redshift.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Galaxy, Astronomy, Redshift and Dark matter. His studies in Star formation, Quasar, Elliptical galaxy, Galaxy formation and evolution and Accretion are all subfields of Astrophysics research. Jeremiah P. Ostriker has researched Quasar in several fields, including Spectral line and Supermassive black hole.
In his study, Interstellar medium is strongly linked to Supernova, which falls under the umbrella field of Galaxy. His Redshift research incorporates themes from Omega, Universe, Baryon and Velocity dispersion. His Dark matter study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cosmology, Halo, Dark matter halo and Cluster.
Astrophysics, Galaxy, Star formation, Supernova and Accretion are his primary areas of study. Astrophysics connects with themes related to Astronomy in his study. His studies in Galaxy integrate themes in fields like Radiative transfer and Black hole.
His Black hole research includes elements of Quasar and Stellar density. Jeremiah P. Ostriker works mostly in the field of Star formation, limiting it down to concerns involving Spectral line and, occasionally, Virial theorem. His Supernova research incorporates elements of Plasma, Interstellar medium, Type and Cosmic ray.
Jeremiah P. Ostriker mostly deals with Astrophysics, Galaxy, Black hole, Astronomy and Supernova. His study in Accretion, Supermassive black hole, Luminosity, Active galactic nucleus and Star formation falls under the purview of Astrophysics. Jeremiah P. Ostriker has researched Galaxy in several fields, including Stars and Radiative transfer.
His work deals with themes such as Radius and Elliptical galaxy, which intersect with Radiative transfer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Interstellar medium, Free electron model and Cosmic ray in addition to Supernova. His Bulge research integrates issues from Solar mass, Sołtan argument, Quasar, Tidal disruption event and Pulsar.
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The Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Technical summary
Donald G. York;J. Adelman;John E. Anderson;Scott F. Anderson.
The Astronomical Journal (2000)
The Seventh Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
Kevork N. Abazajian;Jennifer K. Adelman-Mccarthy;Marcel A. Agüeros;Sahar S. Allam;Sahar S. Allam.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2009)
Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP
Max Tegmark;Max Tegmark;Michael Abram Strauss;Michael R. Blanton;Kevork Abazajian.
Physical Review D (2004)
Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Early data release
C. Stoughton;R. H. Lupton;M. Bernardi;M. R. Blanton.
web science (2002)
A theory of the interstellar medium - Three components regulated by supernova explosions in an inhomogeneous substrate
C.F. McKee;J.P. Ostriker.
The Astrophysical Journal (1977)
Sloan digital sky survey: Early data release
Chris Stoughton;Robert H. Lupton;Mariangela Bernardi;Michael R. Blanton;Michael R. Blanton.
The Astronomical Journal (2002)
The Fifth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
Jennifer K. Adelman-McCarthy;Marcel A. Agüeros;Sahar S. Allam;Sahar S. Allam;Kurt S.J. Anderson.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2007)
Particle Acceleration by Astrophysical Shocks
R.D. Blandford;J.P. Ostriker.
The Astrophysical Journal (1978)
The 3D power spectrum of galaxies from the SDSS
M Tegmark;M Blanton;M Strauss;F Hoyle.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2003)
THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL POWER SPECTRUM OF GALAXIES FROM THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY
Max Tegmark;Michael R. Blanton;Michael A. Strauss;Fiona Hoyle.
The Astrophysical Journal (2004)
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