College of
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Mark Brodwin

Mark  Brodwin
Norman Royall Distinguished Professor
College of Arts and Sciences

Contact Info
816-235-1604
Flarsheim Hall 250L
Observational discovery and study of massive, rare galaxy clusters, primarily at infrared and millimeter wavelengths

About

Prof. Brodwin joined the UMKC Department of Physics and Astronomy in 2011. His research work involves the observational discovery and study of massive, rare galaxy clusters, primarily at infrared and millimeter wavelengths. He is interested in these most-massive collapsed systems both as unique astrophysical objects, which permit the study of galaxy formation and evolution in extreme environments, and also as cosmological probes of the growth of large scale structure. For more details and links, please visit the UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group (GEG) web pages: https://info.umkc.edu/galaxy-evolution-group/

Academic Credentials:
Ph.D., University of Toronto
M.S., University of Toronto
B.S., McGill University

Teaching Areas:
Physics of Science Fiction
Practical Astronomy
Galaxies
Cosmology