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Peter Martin
Professor

PhD Institution: Cambridge
Research Interests: Galactic Ecology, Star Formation, Dust Evolution, Gaseous Nebulae; using BLAST, Planck, Herschel Space Observatory (SPIRE and HIFI), JWST/ NIRCAM, International Galactic Plane Survey
E-mail (@cita.utoronto.ca): pgmartin
Website: http://www.cita.utoronto.ca/%7Epgmartin/

Room: 1417
Phone Number: +1 (416) 978-6840

Most Recent CITA Preprints:
Planck Early Results XXIV: Dust in the diffuse interstellar medium and the Galactic halo
Spatial variation of the cooling lines in the Orion Bar from Herschel/PACS
Spatial variation of the cooling lines in the Orion Bar from Herschel/PACS
The Herschel view of massive star formation in G035.39-00.33: dense and cold filament of W48 undergoing a mini-starburst
Accurate Galactic 21-cm H I measurements with the NRAO Green Bank Telescope
Accurate Galactic 21-cm H I measurements with the NRAO Green Bank Telescope
Star Formation & Young Stellar Content in the W3 GMC
Filaments and ridges in Vela C revealed by Herschel: from low-mass to high-mass star-forming sites
The MIPSGAL View of Supernova Remnants in the Galactic Plane
Direct estimate of cirrus noise in Herschel Hi-GAL images
A 100 pc Elliptical and Twisted Ring of Cold and Dense Molecular Clouds Revealed by Herschel Around the Galactic Center
Deconvolution of Images from BLAST 2005: Insight into the K3-50 and IC 5146 Star-forming Regions
Galactic cold cores. II. Herschel study of the extended dust emission around the first Planck detections
The Balloon-borne Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope (BLAST) 2005: A 10 deg2 Survey of Star Formation in Cygnus X
Giving physical significance to the Hi-GAL data: determining the distance of cold dusty cores in the Milky Way
Characterizing interstellar filaments with Herschel in IC 5146
The initial conditions of high-mass star formation: radiative transfer models of IRDCs seen in the Herschel Hi-GAL survey
BLAST05: Power Spectra of Bright Galactic Cirrus at Submillimeter Wavelengths
Characterizing Precursors to Stellar Clusters with Herschel
Planck Early Results: Thermal dust in Nearby Molecular Clouds
Planck Early Results XXIV: Dust in the diffuse interstellar medium and the Galactic halo
The BLAST View of the Star-forming Region in Aquila (ell = 45, b = 0)
Herschel observations of EXtra-Ordinary Sources (HEXOS): Methanol as a probe of physical conditions in Orion KL
Planck Early Results: The Galactic Cold Core Population revealed by the first all-sky survey
Planck Early Results: The submillimetre properties of a sample of Galactic cold clumps
Planck Early Results: All sky temperature and dust optical depth from Planck and IRAS: Constraints on the "dark gas" in our galaxy
Planck Early Results XVIII: The power spectrum of cosmic infrared background anisotropies
Dust in molecular clumps from the Hi-GAL survey
Targeted deep surveys of high Galactic latitude HI with the GBT
Clouds, filaments, and protostars: The Herschel Hi-GAL Milky Way
Direct estimate of cirrus noise in Herschel Hi-GAL images
AKARI and BLAST Observations of the Cassiopeia A Supernova Remnant and Surrounding Interstellar Medium
Hi-GAL: The Herschel Infrared Galactic Plane Survey
BLAST: The Mass Function, Lifetimes, and Properties of Intermediate Mass Cores from a 50 deg2 Submillimeter Galactic Survey in Vela (ell ≈ 265)
Deviations from He I Case B Recombination Theory and Extinction Corrections in the Orion Nebula
Compact HI clouds at high forbidden velocities in the inner Galaxy
The VLA Galactic Plane Survey
A photoionized Herbig-Haro object in the Orion nebula
FUSE Measurements of Far Ultraviolet Extinction. I. Galactic Sight Lines
On the O II ground configuration energy levels
GSH23.0-0.7+117, a neutral hydrogen shell in the inner Galaxy
Grain size distributions and photo-electric heating in ionized media
Most Recent CITA News Articles:
CITA Professor Peter Martin Elected to Royal Society of Canada