HEASARC Bibliography


NuSTAR PhD Theses



    Theses from 2022
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    Spectro-timing studies in accretion disks in Black hole Binaries
    Yash Bhargava, Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune, India, 2022

    Comprehensive Multiwavelength Studies of Local Ultra-/Luminous Infrared Galaxies and Implications on the Mechanism of Supermassive Black Hole-Galaxy Coevolution
    Satoshi Yamada, Kyoto University, 2022


    Theses from 2021
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    Accretion onto Neutron Stars: spectral and timing investigation of Low Mass X-ray Binaries
    Simona Michela Mazzola, Universita degli Studi di Palermo, 2021

    Probing the Inner Accretion Flow Properties Around Black Holes with X-ray Observations
    Yanjun Zu, California Institute of Technology, 2021
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Probing the Corona in Active Galactic Nuclei Using Broadband X-ray Spectroscopy
    Nikita Kamraj, California Institute of Technology, 2021
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Unveiling the True Colours of Red Quasars
    Lizelke Klindt, Durham University, 2021

    Imperfect accretion: ejecting matter in X-ray Binaries
    Alessio Marino, Universita degli Studi di Palermo, Universite de Toulouse, 2021

    Canvassing the X-Ray Content of the Inner Galactic Plane
    Nicholas M. Gorgone, The George Washington University, 2021
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    X-ray spectroscopy of X-ray binaries
    Ralf Ballhausen, Universitat Erlangen Nurnberg, 2021
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Study of Transient X-ray binaries in the Time and Energy Domains
    Rahul Sharma, University of Dehli, India, 2021

    Heavily Obscured Active Galactic Nuclei in the NuSTAR Era
    Xiurui Zhao, Clemson University, 2021
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Accreting Compact Objects in Technicolor: Multiwavelength Characterization of High Mass X-Ray Binaries in the Local Group
    Margaret Lazzarini, University of Washington, 2021

    Obscuration of Active Galactic Nuclei and Connections to Host Galaxies
    Wei Yan, Dartmouth College, 2021

    NuSTAR view of Active Galactic Nuclei: Probing the reflected emission
    Christos Panagiotou, University of Geneva, 2021
    ObsIDs in HEASARC


    Theses from 2020
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    Development of Monte Carlo Based X-ray Clumpy Torus Model and Its Applications to Nearby Obscured Active Galactic Nuclei
    Atsushi Tanimoto, Kyoto University, 2020
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    The extremes of magnetic accretion
    Jakob van den Eijnden, University of Amsterdam, 2020
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    A broad-band X-ray study of magnetic accretion in neutron star X-ray binaries
    McKinley Brumback, Dartmouth College, 2020


    Theses from 2019
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    Temporal and Spectral Characteristics of Active Galactic Nuclei in X-rays using NuSTAR
    Priyanka Rani, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Be/X-ray transients at low X-ray luminosity
    Alicia Rouco Escorial, University of Amsterdam, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Unravelling the nature of transitional millisecond pulsars
    Amruta Jaodand, University of Amsterdam, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    The X-ray emission of AGN: investigating the surroundings of Black Holes
    Riccardo Middei, Universita Roma Tre, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Energy-dependent Variability of Active Galactic Nuclei
    Labani Mallick, IUCAA, India, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Multiwavelength studies of TeV blazars
    Ashwani Pandey, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya (DDU) Gorakhpur University, U.P., India, 2019

    The variable activity of Supermassive Black Holes on multiple timescales
    Lia F. Sartori, ETH Zurich, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Nature of Energy Release and Transfer for Solar and Stellar Flares Using High-sensitivity Hard X-ray Instrumentation
    Juliana T. Vievering, University of Minnesota, 2019

    The Accretion and Obscured Growth of Supermassive Black Holes
    Peter Boorman, University of Southampton, 2019

    Spectra and Variability of Accreting Black Holes Using X-ray observations
    Douglas Buisson, University of Cambridge, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    A Hard Look at Accretion Around Neutron Stars
    Rene Ludlam, University of Michigan, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    The Energetics of Small Solar Flares and Brightenings
    Paul Wright, University of Glasgow, 2019
    ObsIDs in HEASARC


    Theses from 2018
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    Study of Thermally Driven Disk Wind in X-ray Black Hole Binary 4U 1630-47
    Takafumi Hori, Kyoto University, 2018
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    X-ray timing spectroscopy of narrow line Seyfert I galaxies with NuSTAR
    Katsuma Miyake, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, March 2018
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Hunting for high magnetic fields in different neutron star classes
    Alice Borghese, University of Amsterdam, 2018
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Modeling X-ray pulsars in Curved Space-Time
    Sebastian Falkner, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, 2018

    Clues on the Physics of AGN through X-Ray Spectral, Temporal and Polarimetric Analysis
    Elias Kammoun, International School for Advanced Studies-Trieste, 2018
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Through X-ray Eyes: Solar Flares and Advances in Observational Techniques
    Matej Kuhar, ETH Zurich, 2018
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Obscured and Compton-Thick AGN in NuSTAR Hard X-ray Surveys
    Alberto Masini, University of Bologna, 2018
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Changes in X-ray Spectra of Accreting Pulsars on Short and Long Time Scales
    Vadim Vybornov, Universitat Tubingen, 2018


    Theses from 2017
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    Mass transfer and hydrogen burning in white dwarf binaries
    Polina Zemko, University of Padova, Italy, 2017

    Towards a Complete Census of the Compton-Thick AGN Population in the Local Universe
    Adlyka Annuar, Durham University, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    X-ray Timing of Young Pulsars
    Robert Archibald, McGill University, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Unveiling the Structure of Active Galactic Nuclei with Hard X-ray Spectroscopy
    Mislav Balokovic, California Institute of Technology, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Multiwavelength Observations of Active Galactic Nuclei from the Radio to the Hard X-Rays
    Tobias Beuchert, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    A New, Clean Catalogue of Extragalactic Non-nuclear X-ray Sources
    Hannah Earnshaw, Durham University, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Hard X-ray Constraints on Faint Transient Events in the Solar Corona
    Andrew Marsh, UC-Santa Cruz, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Monte Carlo Simulation of Cyclotron Lines in Strong Magnetic Fields - Theory and Application
    Fritz-Walter Schwarm, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, 2017
    ObsIDs in HEASARC


    Theses from 2016
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    The Faint, the Poor, and the Steady: studies of low-luminosity, metal-poor, and non-pulsating populations of high-mass X-ray binaries
    Francesca Maria Fornasini, PhD Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Reflection signature in bright Seyfert 1 galaxies observed with Suzaku and NuSTAR
    Giulia Mantovani, PhD Thesis, LMU Munich, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Behavior of low-mass X-ray binaries and their formation in globular clusters
    Arash Bahramian, University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada), 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Observations of Be X-ray Binaries: Spin Period and Spectral Evolution
    Matthias Bissinger nee Kuhnel, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    The Faint, the Poor, and the Steady: Studies of Low-Luminosity, Metal-Poor, and Non-Pulsating Populations of HMXBs
    Francesca Fornasini, UC Berkeley, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    A Hard X-ray View of the Distant Active Galactic Nucleus Population with NuSTAR
    George Lansbury, Durham University, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    General Physical Characteristics of the Gamma-Ray Emitting Beamed AGN in the Fermi Era
    Vaidehi Paliya, University of Calicut, 2016

    Spectral Variability of Compact Objects
    Michael Parker, University of Cambridge, 2016

    Multi-Wavelength Observations of Galactic Black Hole X-Ray Transients
    Aarran Shaw, University of Southampton, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

    Investigating the Physics of Hard X-ray Outbursts from the Galactic Center Supermassive Black Hole Sagittarius A*
    Shuo Zhang, Columbia University, 2016
    ObsIDs in HEASARC


    Theses from 2015
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    X-ray Reverberation in Accreting Black Holes
    Erin Kara, University of Cambridge, 2015

    A study of Pulsar Wind Nebulae and non-thermal filaments with the NuSTAR observatory
    Melania Nynka, Columbia University, 2015
    ObsIDs in HEASARC


    Theses from 2014
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    Theses from 2013
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    Theses from 2012
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    Neutron Stars and NuSTAR: A Systematic Survey of Neutron Star Masses in HMXBs & Characterization of CdZnTe Detectors for NuSTAR
    Varun Bhalerao, California Institute of Technology, 2012


    Theses from 2011
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    HEFT Measurement of the Hard X-Ray Size of the Crab Nebula and the Hard X-Ray Optics of NuSTAR
    Hongjun An, Columbia University, 2011