Anthony Gonzalez

Professor, University of Florida

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I have been at the University of Florida for over 15 years. Before moving to the University of Florida, I was a CfA Fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. I obtained my Ph. D. from UC Santa Cruz (2000) and my B.S. from Caltech (1995). In my current research I explore a range of topics in extragalactic astronomy and observational cosmology. I am one of the leads for the Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey, a member of the Euclid Consortium, and also am involved in ongoing projects focused upon submillimeter galaxies, intracluster light, and the role of environment in galaxy evolution.

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In recent years I have taught AST 1002 (Discover the Universe, AST 3722C (Techniques of Observational Astronomy 1), AST 4723C (Techniques of Observational Astronomy 2) and AST 6725C (Observational Techniques in Astronomy). Buttons correspond Spring 2017 courses.

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