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Andrew J. Humphrey


Biographic Notes
Andrew Humphrey obtained his bachelor and PhD degrees from the University of Hertfordshire, and has worked at various institutes in Europe, the Americas and Asia, before moving to Porto with a Marie Curie Fellowship. Andrew's research interests include the formation/evolution of galaxies as probed by various phenomena, particularly Lyman-alpha nebulae, powerful active galaxies, and dusty star-forming galaxies at high-redshifts.

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Lastest publications at IAP. Papaderos, I. P. Breda, A. Humphrey, J. M. Gomes, B. Ziegler, C. Pappalardo, 2022,
Inside-out star formation quenching and the need for a revision of bulge-disk decomposition concepts for spiral galaxies,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 658, 20
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R. Carvajal, I. Matute, J. Afonso, S. Amarantidis, D. D. Barbosa, P. A. C. Cunha, A. Humphrey, 2021,
Exploring New Redshift Indicators for Radio-Powerful AGN,
Galaxies, 9, 86
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W. Wang, D. Wylezalek, C. de Breuck, J. Vernet, A. Humphrey, M. Villar Martín, M. D. Lehnert, S. Kolwa, 2021,
Mapping the “invisible” circumgalactic medium around a z ∼ 4.5 radio galaxy with MUSE,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 654, 35
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S. G. Morais, A. Humphrey, M. Villar Martín, L. Binette, M. Silva, 2021,
Electron energy distributions in the extended gas nebulae associated with high-z AGN: Maxwell–Boltzmann versus κ distributions,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 506, 1389 - 1405
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C. Pappalardo, L. S. M. Cardoso, P. Papaderos, J. Afonso, I. P. Breda, A. Humphrey, T. C. Scott, S. Amarantidis, I. Matute, R. Carvajal et al. (including: S. Lorenzoni, P. Lagos), 2021,
Self-consistent population spectral synthesis with FADO. II. Star formation history of galaxies in spectral synthesis methods,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 651, 19
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M. Villar Martín, B. H. C. Emonts, A. Cabrera Lavers, E. Bellocchi, A. Alonso Herrero, A. Humphrey, B. Dall'Agnol de Oliveira, T. Storchi-Bergmann, 2021,
Interactions between large-scale radio structures and gas in a sample of optically selected type 2 quasars,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 650, 31
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Andrew J. Humphrey
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia COMPETE 2020 PORTUGAL 2020 União Europeia