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 Martin Duncan
Position 
Professor
Office 
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Phone 
613-533-2716, fax: 613-533-6463
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duncan[at]astro.queensu.ca
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Research Interests

Formation, Evolution, and Dynamics of Planetary Systems
Comparison and Development of Theoretical Models of Planet Formation
Modelling the Formation of Cometary Reservoirs
 

Education

Ph.D. 1980 University of Texas, Austin
Thesis: N-body Simulations of Stellar Systems Containing Massive Black Holes
Advisor: University Professor J. Craig Wheeler
M.Sc. 1973University of Toronto
B.Sc. 1971McGill University

Positions

2001-2006Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Arts & Science, Queen's University
1994-presentProfessor, Queen's University, Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Aug-Sep, 2004Visiting Researcher, Space Sciences, Southwest Research Institute, Colrado
Apr, 2004Visiting Researcher, Space Sciences, Southwest Research Institute, Colrado
Jan-Mar, 2004Visiting Researcher,Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California
1998-2001Head, Queen's University, Department of Physics
Jan-Jun, 1993 Visiting Researcher, Space Sciences, Southwest Research Institute, Colrado
July-Dec, 1992 Visiting Researcher, Institute for Theoretical Physics,University of California
1988-1994Associate Professor, Queen's University, Department of Physics
1987-1988Assistant Professor, Lick Observatory, University of California
1982-1987NSERC University Research,University of Toronto
1981-1982NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, Center Radio Phyics & Space Research, Cornell University
1979-1981Postdoctoral Fellow, Center Radio Phyics & Space Research, Cornell University

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