Leo Goldberg Collegiate Professor
Phone: (734) 936-7781
Professor Hartmann is an expert in star formation and protoplanetary disk evolution. He is a past vice-president of the American Astronomical Society.
He was also named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2011.
Hartmann is now Leo Goldberg Collegiate Professor of Astronomy.
- Formation of stars; molecular cloud structure; protostellar accretion; evolution of protoplanetary disks; planet formation.
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Current PhD students
- Jaehan Bae, time-dependent protostellar/planetary disk accretion
- Marina Kounkel, VLBA/optical radial velocity study of distances and kinematics of the Orion Nebula Cluster
- Aleksandra Kuznetsova, theoretical studies of star and protoplanetary disk formation
Recent PhD students
- Zhaohuan Zhu, firstname.lastname@example.org , Hubble Fellow at Princeton; evolution of protoplanetary disks and disk gap opening by planets
- John Tobin, email@example.com , Hubble fellow, formation of protostars and kinematics of forming star clusters
- Wen-Hsin (Tina) Hsu, formation of stars and the initial mass function.