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CIV Detected at z=6.11 in GLASS Spectra

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The HST grism spectra from the GLASS survey of a known lensed multiply imaged source at redshift 6.11 revelead clear detections of the rest-frame UV line CIV. In Schmidt et al. (2017) we argue that the GLASS data argue for a source with ionizing photons powered by star formation as opposed to AGN activity.

publications

software

BALFF

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Bayesian Algorithm for Luminosity Function Fitting (BALFF)

FELIS

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Finding Emission Lines In Spectra uses template matching to search for features in 1D spectra

TDOSE

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Three Dimensional Optimal Spectra Extraction (TDOSE) optimally extracts 1D spectra from IFU data

talks

teaching

Gravitational Lensing

PHY-765, Summer Semester, Potsdam University, 2018

A course on the basics of gravitational lensing, from both an observational and theoretical point of view, developing research skills along the way.

Gravitational Lensing

PHY-765, Summer Semester, Potsdam University, 2019

A course on the basics of gravitational lensing, from both an observational and theoretical point of view, developing research skills along the way.

theses

B.Sc. Thesis

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The Inflationary Scenario in The Early Universe Kasper B. Schmidt & Juliane M. Møller (2006)

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M.Sc. Thesis

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Towards Understanding Dark Matter Structures Kasper B. Schmidt (2008)

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Ph.D. Thesis

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Frontiers of Galaxy Evolution – Time-Domain Observations and 3D Spectroscopy Kasper B. Schmidt (2012)

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