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Héctor Arce

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Héctor Arce

Associate Professor, Astronomy

Past Courses Taught

Astronomy 030 Search for Extraterrestrial Life
Astronomy 360/560 Interstellar Matter and Star Formation
Astronomy 385/585 Introduction to Radio Astronomy

Research Interests

I study the formation of stars and the physical and chemical processes in the interstellar medium. My research focuses on observations of the gas and dust in star-forming regions. I mostly use radio, millimeter and submilllimeter telescopes to conduct my research, as well as data from infrared and optical telescopes. I am particularly interested in outflows from young stars, their role in the star formation process, and how they affect the physical and chemical properties of the surrounding environment. I am also interested in molecular cloud structure, interstellar dust, and protoplanetary disks.

Recent Publications

"Complex Molecules in the L1157 Molecular Outflow " Arce, H. G., Santiago-Garcia, J., Jorgensen, J. K.; Tafalla, M., Bachiller, R. 2008, ApJ, 681, L21

"Molecular Outflows in Low- and High-Mass Star Forming Regions ", Arce, H. G., Shepherd, D., Gueth, F., Lee, C.-F., Bachiller, R., Rosen, A., & Beuther, H. 2007, in Protostars and Planets V

"The Evolution of Outflow-Envelope Interactions in Low-Mass Protostars", Arce, H. G., & Sargent, A. I. 2006, ApJ, 646, 1070

"The COMPLETE Survey of Star Forming Regions: Phase I Data ", Ridge, N. A, Di Francesco, J., Kirk, H., Di, L., Goodman, A. A., Alves, J. F., Arce, H. G., et al. 2006, AJ, 131, 2921

List of Publications

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Curriculum Vitae

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Research Topics

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