Joseph Ribaudo, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Physics
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (315) 223-2516 Office: 269 Gordon Science
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Although my baseball playing days are behind me, I have discovered new and exciting sports to occupy my free time. If not in the office, you may find me with my wife on the golf course, the trails, the ultimate frisbee field, the hockey rink, or one of the beautiful lakes in the Adirondacks.
- the evolution of galaxies over cosmic time
- Lyman limit systems and their connection to galaxies
- the circulation of gas throughout the circumgalactic medium
- the physical mechanisms driving the accretion of gas onto galaxies
I am also interested in developing the campus-community relationship to allow for children and young adults to experience science in a fun and interactive way.
Recent Publications Ribaudo, Joseph 2016, The Physics Teacher Balloon and Button Spectroscopy: A Hands-On Approach to Light and Matter
Neeleman, Marcel, Prochaska, J. Xavier, Ribaudo, Joseph, Lehner, Nicholas, Howk, J. Christopher, Rafelski, Marc, Kanekar, Nissim 2016, The Astrophysical Journal The H I Content of the Universe Over the Past 10 Gyrs
Lehner, Nicholas, Howk, J. Christopher, Tripp, Todd M., Tumlinson, Jason, Prochaska, J. Xavier, O'Meara, John M., Thom, Christopher, Werk, Jessica K., Fox, Andrew .J., Ribaudo, Joseph 2013, The Astrophysical Journal The Bimodal Metallicity Distribution of the Cool Circumgalactic Medium at z < 1
Ribaudo, Joseph, Lehner, Nicolas, Howk, J. Christopher, Werk, Jessica K., Tripp, Todd M., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Meiring, Joseph D., & Tumlinson, Jason 2011, The Astrophysical Journal Evidence for Cold Accretion: Primitive Gas Flowing onto a Galaxy at z ~ 0.274
Ribaudo, Joseph, Lehner, Nicolas, & Howk, J. Christopher 2011, The Astrophysical Journal A Hubble Space Telescope Study of Lyman Limit Systems: Census and Evolution
Howk, J. Christopher, Ribaudo, Joseph S., Lehner, Nicolas, Prochaska, J. Xavier, & Chen, Hsiao-Wen 2009, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Strong z ~ 0.5 OVI absorption towards PKS 0405-123: implications for ionization and metallicity of the Cosmic Web