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G. Bendo - Biography

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George Bendo is a graduate student at the University of Hawaii's Institute for Astronomy in Manoa. George arrived at the IfA in 1996 after receiving a BS in 1996 at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. He received his Masters at the UH in 1999 and is currently working on his PhD dissertation Star Formation in a Representative Sample of Galaxies with Dr. R. Joseph. He wants to characterize the star formation (along with the dust) in a large set of normal galaxies in order to understand what triggers star formation. For his thesis, he will be using data obtained by the Infrared Space Observtory, the NASA Infrared Telescope Facility and will use the submillimeter to study cold dust with the James Clerck Maxwell Telescope.

George is also very interested in landscape photography, aikido, weightlifting, Japanese animation and PC games.


Last Updated on December 12, 1999

Karen Meech, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii
meech@.ifa.hawaii.edu