About James Rhoads
James Rhoads studies galaxy formation, galaxy evolution, the reionization of intergalactic hydrogen by early galaxies. He also studies the nature of gamma-ray bursters through the physics and phenomenology of their long wavelength afterglow emission. His studies of distant galaxies include surveys to identify Lyman-alpha emitting galaxies through narrowband imaging, and to study their physical nature, using ground-based telescopes in Arizona and Chile, along with the Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory.
Web site: http://rhoads.asu.edu
CV / Resume: Rhoads CV