Dr. Brandon Marshall

Assistant Professor

Office: BHS 221   |    Phone: (308) 865-8145   |    Email: marshallb@unk.edu

Dr. Brandon Marshall

Biography

Dr. Marshall’s primary research expertise is in the field of observational infrared astronomy as applied to the study of high-mass stars and star formation. He is especially interested in aspects of high-mass star formation and exploring the role that accretion disks play in the evolution of young stars. He received his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Iowa State University studying the environments impacted by high-mass stars and their formation before joining the faculty at UNK in 2019.


Education

  • Ph.D. Astronomy (2018) - Iowa State University
  • B.Sc. Physics (2012) - Western Michigan University

Recent Publications

  • Marshall, B., Kang, S., Kerton, C. R., Kim, Y., Choi, M. & Kang, M. 2019, High-resolution Observations of the Molecular Clouds Associated with the Huge HII region CTB 102, ApJ, 876, 45
  • B. Marshall and C. R. Kerton, “The Long-lived Double-peaked Hα Emission of VES 735:  A Herbig Oe Star?”, Research Notes of the American Astronomical Society, vol. 2, p. 221, Dec. 2018.
  • Marshall, B. & Kerton, C. R. 2018, A Refined Sample of Lyman Excess HII Regions, MNRAS, 478, 5579

CV

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