Fred Hamann

 
 

Research Interests: I have research interests in quasars, active galactic nuclei (AGN), the formation and coevolution of galaxies and super-massive black holes, AGN outflows and feedback, galaxy-scale star formation and chemical enrichment, the inter-galactic medium, galactic halo and intra-cluster environments, accretion and outflow processes in pre- and post-main sequence stars, spectroscopic studies of stars and nebulae.

Professor,  Department of Astronomy

University of Florida

211 Bryant Space Science Center

Gainesville, FL 32611-2055

Phone: (352) 294-1867

FAX:    (352) 392-5089

Email:  fhamann(at)ufl.edu

Past Employment & Degrees:

Research Scientist - University of California, San Diego

Columbus Fellow - The Ohio State University

Postdoctoral Fellow - Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena

Ph.D. Astronomy - SUNY at Stony Brook

B.S. Astronomy-Physics, B.S. Mathematics - University of Wisconsin