Master theses on VVV

The Master program in astrophysics at Universidad de Valparaíso announces two graduated students using VVV data for variability and paralaxes; Nicolas Medina, supervised by prof. Jordanka Borissova and Vicente Villanueva, supervised by prof. Radostin Kurtev. Congratulations to Nicolás and Vicente, as both graduated summa cum laude.       0ther graduate thesis on VVV  

Carlos Contreras Phd Thesis on VVV

Dr. Carlos Contreras' PhD thesis on: "Extreme Variables in Star Forming Regions" Dec. 17, 2014 - Santiago, Chile PhD Supervisor: Dr Phil Lucas, Physics, Astronomy & Mathematics, University of Hertfordshire PhD Co-supervisor: Dr Tim Geldhill, Physics, Astronomy & Mathematics, University of Hertfordshire External Examiner: Professor T Harries, Engineering, Mathematics & Physical Sciences, University of Exeter [...]

Eliade Lima’s PHD thesis on VVV

Eliade Lima defended her PhD Thesis on: "Probing embedded star clusters in the HII complex NGC 6357 with VVV" Dec. 18, 2013 Porto Alegre- RS Brazil Committee: Eduardo Luiz Damiani Bica (UFRGS/RS) Charles Bonato (UFRGS/RS) Marcio Catelan (UCC/Chile) Beatriz L. S. Barbuy (IAG-USP/SP) Miriani Pastoriza (UFRGS/RS) Thaisa Storchi Bergmann (UFRGS/RS) 0ther graduate thesis on VVV [...]