2020 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Paul Martini spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Galaxy, Astronomy, Active galactic nucleus and Quasar. As part of one scientific family, Paul Martini deals mainly with the area of Astrophysics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Emission spectrum, and often Extragalactic astronomy. As part of his studies on Galaxy, Paul Martini often connects relevant subjects like Dark energy.
His Dark energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Weak gravitational lensing, Point spread function, Photometric redshift and Data set. His Active galactic nucleus research incorporates elements of Position angle, Radius and Galactic plane. In his work, Large quasar group, OVV quasar and Wavelength is strongly intertwined with Eddington luminosity, which is a subfield of Quasar.
His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Galaxy, Astronomy, Redshift and Dark energy. His Quasar, Active galactic nucleus, Luminosity, Galaxy formation and evolution and Supermassive black hole investigations are all subjects of Astrophysics research. His studies in Quasar integrate themes in fields like Spectral line, Balmer series, Emission spectrum and Eddington luminosity.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Black hole and Photometry. As part of the same scientific family, Paul Martini usually focuses on Dark energy, concentrating on Supernova and intersecting with Light curve. Paul Martini combines subjects such as Observatory and Spectrograph with his study of Telescope.
Paul Martini mainly investigates Astrophysics, Dark energy, Galaxy, Redshift and Quasar. In his research on the topic of Astrophysics, Full width at half maximum is strongly related with Spectral line. His Dark energy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Weak gravitational lensing, Telescope, Baryon and Dark matter.
Galaxy is a subfield of Astronomy that he investigates. The Redshift study combines topics in areas such as Galaxy formation and evolution, Universe and Convolutional neural network. He interconnects Line, Luminosity, Supermassive black hole and Emission spectrum in the investigation of issues within Quasar.
Paul Martini focuses on Astrophysics, Dark energy, Redshift, Galaxy and Cosmology. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Astrophysics and Omega. His work carried out in the field of Dark energy brings together such families of science as Weak gravitational lensing, Supernova and Universe.
The concepts of his Redshift study are interwoven with issues in Lens, Methods statistical and Convolutional neural network. His Galaxy study typically links adjacent topics like Sky. His research integrates issues of Galaxy formation and evolution, Supermassive black hole, Black hole and Emission spectrum in his study of Quasar.
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Spectroscopic Discovery of the Supernova 2003dh Associated with GRB 030329
K. Z. Stanek;T. Matheson;P. M. Garnavich;P. Martini.
The Astrophysical Journal (2003)
Dark Energy Survey year 1 results: Cosmological constraints from galaxy clustering and weak lensing
T. M. C. Abbott;F. B. Abdalla;A. Alarcon;J. Aleksić.
Physical Review D (2018)
Eight New Milky Way Companions Discovered in First-Year Dark Energy Survey Data
K. Bechtol;A. Drlica-Wagner;E. Balbinot.
arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies (2015)
Overview of the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys.
Arjun Dey;David J. Schlegel;Dustin Lang;Robert Blum.
arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (2018)
Black Holes in Galaxy Mergers: Evolution of Quasars
Philip F. Hopkins;Lars Hernquist;Thomas J. Cox;Tiziana Di Matteo.
The Astrophysical Journal (2005)
The DESI Experiment Part I: Science,Targeting, and Survey Design
Amir Aghamousa;Jessica Aguilar;Steve Ahlen.
arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (2016)
The Electromagnetic Counterpart of the Binary Neutron Star Merger LIGO/Virgo GW170817. II. UV, Optical, and Near-infrared Light Curves and Comparison to Kilonova Models
P. S. Cowperthwaite;E. Berger;V. A. Villar;B. D. Metzger.
The Astrophysical Journal (2017)
The Dark Energy Survey: more than dark energy - an overview
T. Abbott;F. B. Abdalla;J. Aleksić.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2016)
Eight Ultra-faint Galaxy Candidates Discovered in Year Two of the Dark Energy Survey
A. Drlica-Wagner;K. Bechtol;E. S. Rykoff.
arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies (2015)
Eight new Milky Way companions discovered in first-year Dark Energy Survey data
K. Bechtol;A. Drlica-Wagner;E. Balbinot;A. Pieres.
The Astrophysical Journal (2015)
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