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Richard Henriksen
Position 
Professor
Office 
308C
Phone 
613-533-6851
E-Mail 
henriksn[at]astro.queensu.ca
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http://www.physics.queensu.ca/People

Research Interests

Star Formation
Relativistic N-Body Problems
Relativistic Astrophysics
Relaxation of Dark Matter Halos Around Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies
 

Education

Ph.D. 1965 University of Manchester
Advisor: J. Hazlehurst, F. Kahn
B.Sc. 1962McGill University

Positions

1978-present Professor, Queen's University, Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
2001Visiting Professor, Universite de Paris VII, Paris
1970-1978Associate Professor, Queen's University, Department of Physics
1965-1970 Assistant Professor, Queen's University, Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
1972-1973Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Department of Astronomy, Tubingen
1973Sen. Res. Fellow, Department of Astronomy, Sussex
1980-1981Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Department of Astronomy, Honorary (Munchen)
1980-1981Sen. Res. Associate, Institute Plasma Res., Stanford
1982-presentCollaborative Res., Institute Plasma Res., Stanford
1984-1985Senior Res. Fellow, Department of Astronomy & CITA, University of Toronto
1988-90, 1991-93
Chercheur, Section d'Astrophysique, CEN SACLAY, France
1988-1989Visiting Professor, Group d'Astrophysique Relativiste Observatoire, France
1991,93Visiting Professor, Universite de Paris VII, Paris

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