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Paul Martini
Professor of Astronomy
The Ohio State University

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Curriculum Vita

Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Citizenship: USA

Research Interests:
Evolution of black holes, active galactic nuclei, and galaxies
Astronomical instrumentation

August 2000: Ohio State University, Ph.D. in Astronomy (advisor: D.L. DePoy)
March 1998: Ohio State University, M.S. in Astronomy
May 1995: Temple University, B.S. in Physics, Summa Cum Laude
June 1990: Central High School of Philadelphia, B.A. graduated with Honors

Honors and Awards:
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University (2020-2021)
Clay Fellowship, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (2003-2005)
Hubble Fellowship, declined (2003)
Carnegie Starr Fellowship, Carnegie Observatories (2000-2003)
Presidential Fellowship, Ohio State University (2000)
Phi Beta Kappa, Temple University (1995)
National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Central High School, Philadelphia (1990)
Publications: (as of January 2019)
Refereed Articles: 176 (25 as first author)
Citations: 11221 (1756 to first-author papers)
h number: 54 (21 for first-author papers)
Publication List
Professional Activities:
Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument: Instrument Scientist (2016-)
Gemini Science and Technology Advisory Committee (2013-2017), Chair (2014-2017)
Chair of the Scientific Organizing Committee, Gemini 2015 Science and Future Meeting, (2014-2015)
Chandra Users Committee (2013-2015)
US TMT Science Working Group (2013-2014)
Science Organizing Committee: LBTO 2014 Users' Meeting
National Science Foundation Review Panels (various years)
Einstein Fellowship Panel (past)
Journal Peer Review (various years): ApJ, AJ, MNRAS, A&A
Dark Energy Survey: Speaker's Bureau (2013-), QSO Working Group Co-Chair (2008-2016), Science Committee (2008-2016), Science Verification Squad (2012-2013)
Time Allocation Committees (various years): Hubble Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Telescope, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Teaching Experience:
Observational Properties of Astronomical Systems, Ohio State University
Autumn 2014-2017 graduate course
Black Holes, Ohio State University
Spring, Autumn 2014, Autumn 2018 undergraduate course
Observational Cosmology and Active Galactic Nuclei, Ohio State University
Spring 2009, Winter 2011 graduate course
Observed Properties of Stars and Galaxies, Ohio State University
Autumn 2006, 2007, 2008 graduate course
Introduction to Solar System Astronomy, Ohio State University
Winter 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 introductory course for non-science majors
Solar System Astronomy, Ohio State University
Winter 2007 introductory course for science majors
Coevolution of Black Holes and Galaxies, Harvard University
Spring 2005, graduate seminar (co-organized with Krzysztof Stanek)
Galaxies and Cosmology, University of Southern California
Spring 2003, upper-level undergraduate course (co-taught with Jeremy Darling)
Memberships in Professional Societies:
APS Physics
International Astronomical Union

Last updated: 8 July 2020