Genya Takeda, Ph.D.

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2008 Physics and Astronomy Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
Evolution of dense star clusters, massive black hole formation, coalescing compact binaries, gravity waves, extrasolar planets.
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Frederic Rasio grad student 2008 Northwestern
 (Planetary systems in binaries.)
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Kita R, Rasio F, Takeda G. (2010) Pervasive orbital eccentricities dictate the habitability of extrasolar earths. Astrobiology. 10: 733-41
López-Morales M, Butler RP, Fischer DA, et al. (2008) Two jupiter-mass planets orbiting HD 154672 and HD 205739 Astronomical Journal. 136: 1901-1905
Matsumura S, Takeda G, Rasio FA. (2008) On the origins of eccentric close-in planets Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union. 4: 189-195
Takeda G, Kita R, Rasio FA. (2008) Planetary systems in binaries. I. Dynamical classification Astrophysical Journal. 683: 1063-1075
Takeda G, Kita R, Rasio FA. (2008) Induced Kozai migration and formation of close-in planets in Binaries Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union. 4: 181-187
Robinson SE, Laughlin G, Vogt SS, et al. (2007) Two jovian-mass planets in earthlike orbits Astrophysical Journal. 670: 1391-1400
Fischer DA, Vogt SS, Marcy GW, et al. (2007) Five intermediate-period planets from the N2K sample Astrophysical Journal. 669: 1336-1344
Takeda G, Ford EB, Sills A, et al. (2007) Structure and evolution of nearby stars with planets. II. Physical properties of ∼1000 cool stars from the SPOCS Catalog Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 168: 297-318
Takeda G, Rasio FA. (2006) Eccentricities of planets in binary systems Astrophysics and Space Science. 304: 239-242
Takeda G, Rasio FA. (2005) High orbital eccentricities of extrasolar planets induced by the Kozai mechanism Astrophysical Journal. 627: 1001-1010
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