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Publikationen der Hochenergie-Astrohysik-Gruppe

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Hochschulschrift - Dissertation (67)

  1. 4781.
    Wiseman, P.: Gamma-ray burst host galaxies in absorption. Dissertation, 113 S., Technische Universität München, München, Germany (2017)
  2. 4782.
    Hofmann, F.: Turbulence and direct dark matter detection in the X-ray halo of galaxy clusters - implications for eROSITA. Dissertation, 205 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany (2016)
  3. 4783.
    Mantovani, G.: Reflection signatures in bright Seyfert 1 galaxies observed with Suzaku and NuSTAR. Dissertation, 124 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany (2016)
  4. 4784.
    Menz, B. J.: Development of large area X-ray beam collimator. Dissertation, 148 S., Technische Universität München, München, Germany (2016)
  5. 4785.
    Menzel, M.-L.: Narrow line kinematics in a spectroscopic survey of X-ray selected AGN in the XMM-XXL north. Dissertation, 162 S., Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, München, Germany (2016)
  6. 4786.
    Yu, H.-F.: Constraints on the prompt emission mechanism of gamma-ray bursts using time-resolved spectroscopy. Dissertation, 162 S., Technische Universität München, München, Germany (2016)
  7. 4787.
    Buchner, J.: On the obscuration of the growing supermassive black hole population. Dissertation, 171 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2015)
  8. 4788.
    Hsu, L.-T.: Photometric redshifts of faint X-ray sources: paving the way towards the study of AGN/galaxy co-evolution over cosmic time. Dissertation, 152 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany (2015)
  9. 4789.
    Maggi, P.: On the population of supernova remnants in the Large Magellanic Cloud observed with XMM-Newton. Dissertation, 184 S., Technische Universität München, München (2015)
  10. 4790.
    Sudilovsky, V.: Using gamma-ray bursts to probe the cosmic intergalactic medium. Dissertation, 79 S., Technische Universität, München (2014)
  11. 4791.
    Erfanianfar, G.: The group galaxy population through the cosmic time: study of the properties of galaxies in the most common high density environment. Dissertation, 138 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2014)
  12. 4792.
    Elliott, J.: Using gamma-ray bursts as tools: prompt emission mechanism, host galaxy environment, and the cosmic star formation history connection. Dissertation, 167 S., Technische Universität, München (2013)
  13. 4793.
    Fotopoulou, S.: Active galactic nuclei luminosity function and the Lockman hole deep field. Dissertation, 126 S., Technische Universität, München (2013)
  14. 4794.
    Fürmetz, M.: Design, development and verification of the eRosita thermal control system. Dissertation, 195 S., Technische Universität, München (2013)
  15. 4795.
    Prinz, T.: Exploring the end states of massive stars using the X-ray emission of neutron stars and supernova remnants. Dissertation, 214 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2013)
  16. 4796.
    Weißmann, A.: Statistical analysis of the X-ray morphology of galaxy clusters. Dissertation, 150 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2013)
  17. 4797.
    Ziparo, F.: The role of the environment and the merging activity in the evolution of star formation up to z ~ 1.6. Dissertation, 198 S., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (2013)
  18. 4798.
    Sturm, R.: An X-ray investigation of the Small Magellanic Cloud with XMM-Newton. Dissertation, 175 S., Technische Universität München, München (2012)
  19. 4799.
    Granato, S.: The response of silicon PNCCD sensors with aluminum on-chip filter to visible light, UV- and X-ray radiation. Dissertation, 140 S., Universität Siegen, Siegen (2012)
  20. 4800.
    Schmaler, G.: Characterisation of PNCCDs and analysis of pixel defects. Dissertation, 132 S., Technische Universität, München (2012)
 
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