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Astronomy & Space Sciences
My name is Cody Lamarche, and I am a fifth-year Astronomy graduate student here at Cornell. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Vermont, where I received B.S. degrees in both Physics and Mathematics. While there, I conducted research under the guidance of Dr. Madalina Furis, in the field of experimental condensed-matter physics. Using optics, we probed the electronic properties of organic semiconductor thin-films, which may, one day, replace silicon as the material of choice in electronic devices.
Here at Cornell, I hope to move into instrumentation, applying my optics background to astronomy. I am also a teaching assistant for Astronomy 1102 this spring.
- Astronomy and Space Sciences
Advisor: Professor Gordon Stacey
ISM and star formation in high-redshift galaxies, AGN/SF feedback, Far-IR/sub-millimeter astronomy
C. Lamarche, G. Stacey, D. Brisbin, et al., “CO-Dark Star Formation and Black Hole Activity in 3C 368 at z = 1.131: Coeval Growth of Stellar and Supermassive Black Hole Masses”, ApJ, 836, 123
C. Lamarche, A. Verma, A. Vishwas, G. Stacey, et al., “Observing Star Formation on Sub-Kiloparsec Scales in the High-Redshift Galaxy SDP.11 Using Gravitational Lensing”, (submitted to ApJ)