David J. Sand, Ph.D.

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Physics Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 
Area:
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Website:
http://www.phys.ttu.edu/faculty/new_DSand.html
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Richard S. Ellis grad student 2006 Caltech
 (On the distribution of dark matter in clusters of galaxies.)
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Newman AB, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2013) The density profiles of massive, relaxed galaxy clusters. II. Separating luminous and dark matter in cluster cores Astrophysical Journal. 765
Newman AB, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2013) The density profiles of massive, relaxed galaxy clusters. I. the total density over three decades in radius Astrophysical Journal. 765
Newman AB, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2011) The dark matter distribution in A383: Evidence for a shallow density cusp from improved lensing, stellar kinematic, and X-ray data Astrophysical Journal Letters. 728
Sand DJ, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2008) Separating baryons and dark matter in cluster cores: A full two-dimensional lensing and dynamic analysis of abell 383 and MS 2137-23 Astrophysical Journal. 674: 711-727
Sand DJ, Treu T, Smith GP, et al. (2004) The dark matter distribution in the central regions of galaxy clusters: Implications for cold dark matter Astrophysical Journal. 604: 88-107
Sand DJ, Treu T, Ellis RS. (2002) The dark matter density profile of the lensing cluster MS 2137-23: A test of the cold dark matter paradigm Astrophysical Journal. 574
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