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 David Hanes
Position 
Professor, Departmental Head
Office 
Stirling 205A (Head), 375 (Research)
Phone 
(613)-533-2706 (Head), (613)-533-6439 (Research wing)
E-Mail 
hanes[at]astro.queensu.ca
Webpage 
http://www.astro.queensu.ca/~hanes/
 

Research Interests

Galaxy Formation and Mergers
Observational Astronomy
Study of Globular Clusters in Remote Galaxies
 

Education

M.A. 1979University of Cambridge, UK
Ph.D. 1975 University of Toronto
Thesis: The Luminosity Distribution of Globular
Clusters in the Virgo Cluster of Galaxies
M.Sc. 1971University of Toronto
Thesis: UBV Photometry of the Globular Clusters Associated with the Giant Elliptical Galaxy M87 (NGC 4486)
B.Sc. 1969Carleton University, Ottawa

Positions

2002-presentProfessor and Head, Department of Physics,
Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Queen's University
2001-2002 Professor and Acting Head, Department of Physics, Queen's Univeristy
Jan-Jun, 1999 Visiting Research Astronomer (Sabbaticant), Anglo-Australian Observatory, Sydney
July-Dec, 1998 Visiting Research Scientist (Sabbaticant), Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria, British Columbia
1993-present Professor, Department of Physics, Queen's University
1991-1992 Visiting Fellow (Sabbaticant), Department of Astronomy, Durham University, United Kingdom
1986-1993 Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Queen's University
1984-1986 Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Queen's University
1980-1983 Research Astronomer, Anglo-Australian Observatory, Sydney, Austrolia
1976-1980 Science Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, UK

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