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He was also an adjunct professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona where he was Director of the University of Arizona/United Kingdom Infrared Telescope Observatory. He was also a member of the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph instrument team for the Hubble Space Telescope, the Nuker Team and the NASA Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer mission science team. [1]

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Grants
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    IPA (Intergovernmental Personnel Act Assignment) Program

    Co-Investigator (COI)

    2017

    $583.1K
  • Funding agency logo
    In Support of UKIRT Operations-OSU

    Principal Investigator (PI)

    2017

    $163.0K
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    UKIRT Operation in Support of Hawaii Center for Astrodynamics Research

    Co-Investigator (COI)

    2015

    $232.0K
  • Funding agency logo
    In Support of the UKIRT Space Debris and Asteroid Studies

    Co-Investigator (COI)

    2014

    $3.4M
  • Funding agency logo
    Loaned Employee Agreement No. C44064L

    Principal Investigator (PI)

    2009

    $5.5K
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    The Highest Redshift Quasars and the Epoch of Reionization

    Co-Investigator (COI)

    2008

    $348.1K
News
  • Most Distant Quasar Discovered Sheds Light on How Black Holes Grow

    2021

  • Hubble's UA-Made 'Eyes' Help Us See Space

    2015

  • Hawaiian Eye to the Sky Now Under UA Directorship

    2014

  • The Universe, Crisp and Clear

    2010

  • Financial Educators Meet in Tucson

    2009

  • UA Astronomy Is Part of April 3 Worldwide Astronomy Marathon

    2009

  • Large Binocular Telescope Achieves First Binocular Light

    2008

  • Large Binocular Telescope Shows That Hercules is Odd, Flat Dwarf Galaxy

    2007

  • Richard Green Named Director of Large Binocular Telescope on Mount Graham

    2005

Publications (31)
Recent
  • The growing threat of light pollution to ground-based observatories

    2022

  • Evidence for quasar fast outflows being accelerated at the scale of tens of parsecs

    2022

  • Probing Early Supermassive Black Hole Growth and Quasar Evolution with Near-infrared Spectroscopy of 37 Reionization-era Quasars at 6.3 z {ensuremath{leq} 7.64}

    2021

  • A Luminous Quasar at Redshift 7.642

    2021

  • Placing High-redshift Quasars in Perspective: A Catalog of Spectroscopic Properties from the Gemini Near Infrared Spectrograph-Distant Quasar Survey

    2021

  • C iv Emission-line Properties and Uncertainties in Black Hole Mass Estimates of z ∼ 3.5 Quasars

    2020

  • Prescriptions for Correcting Ultraviolet-based Redshifts for Luminous Quasars at High Redshift

    2020

  • Pōniuā'ena: A Luminous z = 7.5 Quasar Hosting a 1.5 Billion Solar Mass Black Hole

    2020

  • The Extremely Luminous Quasar Survey in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Footprint. III. The South Galactic Cap Sample and the Quasar Luminosity Function at Cosmic Noon

    2019

  • Filling in the Quasar Redshift Gap at z ˜ 5.5. II. A Complete Survey of Luminous Quasars in the Post-reionization Universe

    2019

  • Exploring Reionization-era Quasars. III. Discovery of 16 Quasars at 6.4 ≲ z ≲ 6.9 with DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys and the UKIRT Hemisphere Survey and Quasar Luminosity Function at z ˜ 6.7

    2019

  • ARGOS at the LBT. Binocular laser guided ground-layer adaptive optics

    2019

  • The properties of broad absorption line outflows based on a large sample of quasars

    2019

  • The Discovery of a Luminous Broad Absorption Line Quasar at a Redshift of 7.02

    2018

  • The UKIRT Hemisphere Survey: definition and J-band data release

    2018

  • The Extremely Luminous Quasar Survey in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Footprint. II. The North Galactic Cap Sample

    2018

  • Discovery of 21 New Changing-look AGNs in the Northern Sky

    2018

  • Discovery of an Enormous Lyα Nebula in a Massive Galaxy Overdensity at z = 2.3

    2017

  • First Discoveries of z 6 Quasars with the DECam Legacy Survey and UKIRT Hemisphere Survey

    2017

  • The Physical Constraints on a New LoBAL QSO at z = 4.82

    2017

  • Mapping the Most Massive Overdensities through Hydrogen (MAMMOTH). II. Discovery of the Extremely Massive Overdensity BOSS1441 at z = 2.32

    2017

  • The Extremely Luminous Quasar Survey in the SDSS Footprint. I. Infrared-based Candidate Selection

    2017

  • Discovery of 16 New z ∼ 5.5 Quasars: Filling in the Redshift Gap of Quasar Color Selection

    2017

  • Quasar Photometric Redshifts and Candidate Selection: A New Algorithm Based on Optical and Mid-infrared Photometric Data

    2017

  • Spectral principal component analysis of mid-infrared spectra of a sample of PG QSOs

    2016

  • A Survey of Luminous High-redshift Quasars with SDSS and WISE. II. the Bright End of the Quasar Luminosity Function at z ≈ 5

    2016

  • A Survey of Luminous High-redshift Quasars with SDSS and WISE. I. Target Selection and Optical Spectroscopy

    2016

  • {LBT/LUCI Spectroscopic Observations of z{sime}7 Galaxies}

    2015

  • {Black Hole Mass Estimates and Rapid Growth of Supermassive Black Holes in Luminous z ~{} 3.5 Quasars}

    2015

  • The Intrinsic Quasar Luminosity Function: Accounting for Accretion Disk Anisotropy

    2014

  • The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Stripe 82 Imaging Data: Depth-optimized Co-adds over 300 deg$^2$ in Five Filters

    2014

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