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 Stéphane Courteau
Position 
Associate Professor
Office 
308D
Phone 
613-533-2718
E-Mail 
courteau[at]astro.queensu.ca
Webpage 
http://www.astro.queensu.ca/~courteau

Research Interests

Formation, Structure and Evolution of Galaxies
Dark Matter, Galaxy Dynamics
Stellar Populations, Dust
Large-Scale Structure of the Universe
 

Education

Ph.D. 1992 University of California at Santa Cruz (Lick Observatory)
Thesis: Tully-Fisher Distances and Galaxy Motions in the Northern Sky
Advisor: UC University Professor Sandra M. Faber
B.Sc. 1985Université de Montréal

Positions

2005-Associate Professor, Queen's University, Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
2004-2005Assistant Professor, Queen's University, Department of Physics
1999-2003Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia, Department of Physics & Astronomy
1996-99NRC Research Associate, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics
1993-96NOAO Fellow, Kitt Peak National Observatory
1992-93NSERC Fellow, Cornell University

Visiting Faculty (sabbatical)

2007MPIA Heidelberg; Università di Padova

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