# Items where Subject is "Q Science > QB Astronomy"

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**QB Astronomy**(84)

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**84**.

## A

Al-Shehri, Azzah
(2018)
*Higgs boson decays to b-bbar with associated t-quarks with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Alcock, Benjamin Thomas
(2018)
*Solar electron and radio propagation in the turbulent solar corona.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Alexander, Robert Calum
(2010)
*Influence of photospheric back-scatter
on flare hard x-ray diagnostics.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Alharbi, Mariam Break
(2015)
*Dust grain evolution and interaction in gas-plasma mixtures.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## B

Bain, Hazel Miller
(2010)
*Hard X-ray and radio studies of solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Bastarrika, Mikel
(2010)
*Bayesian analysis of burst gravitational waves from galactic neutron stars.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Bell, Christopher James
(2014)
*Mechanical loss of fused silica fibres for use in gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Bell, William Hamish
(2002)
*Searching for B°s [to] J/ψ with the collider detector at Fermilab.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Bennet, Euan David
(2012)
*Cosmic magnetism: The plasma physics of the recombining universe.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Bogenstahl, Johanna
(2010)
*Interferometry for the space mission LISA Pathfinder.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Brown, Gerrard Martyn
(2015)
*The influence of coronal radiation on solar prominence plasma.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Brown, Stephen Alistair
(2019)
*Observations and modelling of the hydrogen Lyman lines in solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Bryce, Helen M.
(2001)
*Gravitational microlensing as a diagnostic tool for stellar astrophysics.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Burge, Christina Alice
(2012)
*Particle acceleration in noisy magnetised plasmas.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## C

Chan, Man Leong
(2018)
*Optimization of electromagnetic follow up observations and localization of gravitational
wave signals from compact binary coalescences.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## D

Datrier, Laurence Élise Hélène
(2018)
*Investigating the prospects for constraining the Hubble constant using compact binary coalescences as standard sirens.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

Davies, Gareth Stephen
(2015)
*Bayesian searches for continuous gravitational waves in the frequency domain.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Diaz Merced, Wanda L.
(2013)
*Sound for the exploration of space physics data.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Dickson, Ewan Cameron Mackenzie
(2013)
*Photospheric albedo and the measurement of energy and angular electron distributions in solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Douglas, Rebecca Claire
(2016)
*Aspects of hydroxide catalysis bonding of sapphire and silicon for use in future gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Doyle, Lauren
(2017)
*Spectroscopic studies of arcade flares with EIS and EVE.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

Dupuis, Réjean J.
(2004)
*Bayesian searches for gravitational waves from pulsars.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## E

Edgar, Matthew Patrick
(2011)
*Experimental investigations into diffractive optics and optomechanical systems for future gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## F

Fitzsimons, Ewan D.
(2010)
*Techniques for precision interferometry in
space.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Fletcher, Mark
(2019)
*Investigating methods and materials which can more accurately model and reduce a gravitational wave detector's coating thermal noise.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## G

Ghodsi, Hoda
(2011)
*Constraining non-standard cosmological models.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Gibbings, Alison Lorraine
(2014)
*Laser ablation for the deflection, exploration and exploitation of near Earth asteroids.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Gill, Colin D.
(2012)
*Searching for gravitational waves from pulsars.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Gill, Colin D.
(2009)
*Using active contours for automated tracking of UV and EUV solar flare ribbons.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

Graham, David Robert
(2014)
*Extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy of impulsive phase solar flare footpoints.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## H

Hart, Martin Joseph
(2017)
*Amorphous mirror coatings for ultra-high precision interferometry.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Hennig, Jan-Simon
(2018)
*Mirror suspensions for the Glasgow Sagnac speed meter.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Herrera Martín, Antonio
(2018)
*Wave dark matter as a gravitational lens for electromagnetic and gravitational waves.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Hu, Yiming
(2015)
*Novel inference methods for gravitational wave astrophysics.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## I

Islam, Salma
(2019)
*Exploring the parameters of peculiar velocity fields.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## J

Jeffrey, Natasha Louise Scarlet
(2014)
*The spatial, spectral and polarization properties of solar flare X-ray sources.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Johnston, Russell W.I.
(2009)
*The complete universe: probing magnitude completeness and evolution in galaxy redshift surveys.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## K

Kerr, Graham Stewart
(2017)
*Observations and modelling of the chromosphere during solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Kumar, Rahul
(2013)
*Aspects of suspension design for the development of advanced gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Kumar, Rahul
(2008)
*Finite element analysis of suspension elements for gravitational wave detectors.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

## L

Leavey, Sean Stephan
(2017)
*Enhancing the sensitivity of future laser-interferometric gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Leighton, Michele Dawn
(2016)
*A principal component approach to space-based gravitational wave astronomy.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Levens, Peter James
(2018)
*Diagnostics of solar tornado-like prominences.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Logue, Joshua
(2015)
*Bayesian model selection with gravitational waves from supernovae.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Loumou, Konstantina
(2020)
*Connections between solar flare characteristics and their underlying magnetic drivers.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## M

Macdonald, Erin Patricia
(2012)
*From upper limits to detection: continuous gravitational waves in the advanced detector era.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Mallik, Procheta Chandra Vasu
(2010)
*Diagnostics of solar flare energetic particles: neglected hard X-ray processes and neutron astronomy in the inner heliosphere.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Mangano, Valentina
(2018)
*Studies of some properties of hydroxide-catalysis bonds.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Martin, Iain William
(2009)
*Studies of materials for use in future interferometric gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Masso Herrera, Mariela C.
(2019)
*Properties of bonded silicon for future generations of gravitational wave observatories.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

McClymont, Alexander N.
(1976)
*Hard x-ray emission and mass motion in solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

McDonald, Alastair James Calum
(1986)
*Statistical stability of three and more body hierarchical systems in celestial mechanics.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

McKay, Robert
(2009)
*Test particle studies of acceleration and transport in solar and tokamak plasmas.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

McLean, Ian S.
(1974)
*Studies in astronomical narrow band spectropolarimetry.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

McNamara, Paul William
(1998)
*Development of optical techniques for space-borne laser interferometric gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## P

Paterson, Rhys Leigh
(2016)
*The detection and characterisation of the solar UV network.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

Phelps, Margot Hensler
(2018)
*Hydroxide catalysis and indium bonding research for the design of ground-based gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Pitkin, Matthew David
(2006)
*Searches for continuous and transient gravitational waves from known neutron stars and their astrophysical implications.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Pollock, Jennifer A.
(2008)
*Numerical simulations of radiation and heating from non-thermal electrons in solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Powell, Jade
(2017)
*Model selection for gravitational-wave transient sources.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## R

Ratcliffe, Heather
(2013)
*Electron beam evolution and radio emission in the inhomogeneous solar corona.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Reid, Hamish Andrew Sinclair
(2011)
*Solar electron beam transport in the inner heliosphere.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Rodger, Andrew
(2019)
*Millimetre-continuum diagnostics and non-LTE radiative transfer modelling of solar prominences.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## S

Sakai, Satoru
(2011)
*The effect of Shapiro delay on pulsar timing.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Senevirathne, Kapukotuwe Walawwe Pulasthika Bethmini
(2011)
*Probing the large-scale galaxy density and peculiar velocity fields.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

Smith, Richard
(1998)
*Investigations of low levels of stellar polarimetric variability.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Speirits, Fiona Claire
(2008)
*Investigating the properties of gamma ray bursts and gravitational wave standard sirens as high redshift distance indicators.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Stackhouse, Duncan James
(2017)
*The acceleration and transport of electron populations in solar flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Stark, Craig R.
(2008)
*Plasma processes in pulsar environments.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## T

Tan, Minghu
(2018)
*Low energy capture of near-Earth asteroids in the circular restricted three-body problem.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Taylor, Alasdair
(2014)
*Aspects of optical meterology systems for space-borne gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Taylor, John R.
(2009)
*Interferometric experiments towards advanced gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Thomson, Edward Andrew
(2011)
*Schrodinger wave-mechanics and large scale structure.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Timoney, Ryan
(2019)
*Enabling technologies for the subsurface exploration of the solar system.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Toher, Jennifer
(2009)
*Investigating correlations in time delay interferometry combinations of LISA data.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Toland, Karl William
(2015)
*Development and characterisation of a pulling machine to produce small diameter silica fibres for use in prototype advanced gravitational wave detectors.*
MSc(R) thesis, University of Glasgow.

## V

Veitch, John D.
(2007)
*Applications of Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods to continuous gravitational wave data analysis.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## W

Wang, Juntao
(2018)
*Coronal implosions in solar eruptions and flares.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Ward, William
(2017)
*Application of commercial off the shelf equipment in meteor astronomy.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Watson, Fraser Thomas
(2012)
*Investigating sunspot and photospheric magnetic field properties using automated solar feature detection.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Williams, Daniel
(2019)
*Inference methods for gravitational wave data analysis.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Wilson, Alasdair David
(2016)
*Finite difference simulations of neutral gas-MHD interactions in partially ionized plasmas.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Wright, Paul James
(2019)
*The energetics of small solar flares and brightenings.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

## Z

Zhang, Teng
(2019)
*Advanced techniques for future generation gravitational wave detectors.*
PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.