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    Colgate University

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    Infrared Galaxies in COSMOS

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    Diamond Head

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    The Mice, taken by the Hubble Space Telescope University

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    Mauna Kea Observatories

Jeyhan S. Kartaltepe's Personal Web Page

I am currently a Hubble Fellow at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory. My research focuses on how galaxies evolve over cosmic time. In particular, I am interested in using galaaxy morphology to study the properties of infrared galaxies and to understand the role that galaxy mergers have played over the history of the Universe. I am part of several collaborations, including CANDELS, GOODS, and COSMOS, that use a variety of Space-based and ground-based facilities to address these questions. For more information about my research, see the research tab above.

News


My latest paper has been accepted to the Astrophysical Journal! It will be on astroph soon, but you can also find it here.


I have started a blog for the CANDELS collaboration and we already have many contributors, including myself. Check it out at: http://candels-collaboration.blogspot.com/. The blog is aimed for the general public, so please follow and share with your friends! We are also on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. You can find the latest posts in the feed at the bottom of the page.