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Norm Murray
Director

PhD Institution: Berkeley
Research Interests: Nonlinear Dynamics, Solar System Dynamics, Solar Physics, Active Galactic Nuclei
E-mail (@cita.utoronto.ca): murray
Website: http://www.cita.utoronto.ca/~murray/

Room: 1402
Phone Number: +1 (416) 978-1778

Most Recent CITA Preprints:
On the Dynamics and Tidal Dissipation Rate of the White Dwarf in 4U 1820-30
Stellar Feedback in Galaxies and the Origin of Galaxy-scale Winds
The Structure of the Interstellar Medium of Star Forming Galaxies
A Physical Model of FeLoBALs: Implications for Quasar Feedback
Star Formation in Massive Clusters via Bondi Accretion
Migration then assembly: Formation of Neptune mass planets inside 1~AU
Broadband Transmission Spectroscopy of the super-Earth GJ 1214b suggests a Low Mean Molecular Weight Atmosphere
Self-Regulated Star Formation in Galaxies via Momentum Input from Massive Stars
Constraints on the Tidal Dissipation Rate and Love Number of the White Dwarf in 4U 1820 -30
Low-ionization Line Emission from Starburst Galaxies: A New Probe of Galactic-Scale Outflows
Near-infrared Thermal Emission from WASP-12b: detections of the secondary eclipse in Ks, H & J
Star Formation Efficiencies and Lifetimes of Giant Molecular Clouds in the Milky Way
Resonant trapping of LMBX 4U 1820-303, Constraint on Tidal Dissipation Factor Q for White Dwarf Secondary
Massive Star Forming Regions in the Galaxy using the Spitzer GLIMPSE Survey
The Rise and Fall of Passive Disk Galaxies: Morphological Evolution Along the Red Sequence Revealed by COSMOS
Is Superorbital Variability Of X-ray Source 4U 1820-303 Due To Its Triple Nature Or Not?
Triple Nature Of X-ray Source 4U 1820-303
A Maximum Stellar Surface Density in Dense Stellar Systems
The Disruption of Giant Molecular Clouds by Radiation Pressure and the Efficiency of Star Formation in Galaxies
Star Formation in Massive Clusters via the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe and the Spitzer Glimpse Survey
The Small Scatter in BH-Host Correlations & The Case for Self-Regulated BH Growth
Compact High-Redshift Galaxies Are the Cores of the Most Massive Present-Day Spheroids
Radio Emission from Supernova Remnants: Implications for Post-Shock Magnetic Field Amplification and the Magnetic Fields of Galaxies
One Dimensional Dynamical Models of the Carina Nebula Bubble
RAPID: A fast, high resolution, flux-conservative algorithm designed for planet-disk interactions
Atmospheric Escape from Hot Jupiters
The Sizes and Luminosities of Massive Star Clusters
Hot Jupiters in binary star systems
Overcoming migration during giant planet formation
Large-Scale Parker Winds in Active Galactic Nuclei
From Thin to Thick: The Impact of X-ray Irradiation on Accretion Disks in AGN
The Ionization State of Sodium in Galactic Winds
The Ionization State of Sodium in Galactic Winds
Magnetic Fields in Starburst Galaxies and the Origin of the FIR-Radio Correlation
Giant Planet Accretion and Migration: Surviving the Type I Regime
Giant Planet Accretion and Migration: Surviving the Type I Regime
Magnetic Fields in Starburst Galaxies and The Origin of the FIR-Radio Correlation
Connecting Galaxy Evolution, Star Formation and the X-ray Background
Oxygen from the Lambda 7774 High-Excitation Triplet in Open Cluster Dwarfs: Hyades
Modeling the resonant planetary system GJ876
Radiation Pressure Supported Starburst Disks and AGN Fueling
The Use of Transit Timing to Detect Extrasolar Planets with Masses as Small as Earth
A Search for Lithium 6 in Lithium-Poor Stars with Planets
On the Maximum Luminosity of Galaxies & Their Central Black Holes: Feedback From Momentum-Driven Winds
Most Recent CITA News Articles:
New Director for CITA
Director Murray Honoured with Fellowship in American Physical Society
The FIRE collaboration: harnessing computing to observe galaxy formation over the life-span of the universe