David H. Roberts, Ph.D.

2017 Physics Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
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Gregory R. Sivakoff research assistant 1998-2000 Brandeis
Kathryn E. Weil research assistant 2011-2014 Brandeis
Roopesh Ojha grad student
George A. Moellenbrock grad student 1997 Brandeis
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Saripalli L, Roberts DH. (2018) What Are “X-shaped” Radio Sources Telling Us? II. Properties of a Sample of 87 The Astrophysical Journal. 852: 48
Roberts DH, Saripalli L, Wang KX, et al. (2018) What are “X-shaped” Radio Sources Telling Us? I. Very Large Array Imaging of a Large Sample of Candidate XRGs The Astrophysical Journal. 852: 47
Brown LF, Roberts DH, Wardle JFC. (2008) Parsec‐scale linear polarization structure of active galactic nuclei Testing the Agn Paradigm. 254: 419-422
Ojha R, Homan DC, Wardle JFC, et al. (2003) Proper motions, flux and polarization variability from a parsec scale blazar monitoring program New Astronomy Reviews. 47: 637-640
Homan DC, Wardle JFC, Cheung CC, et al. (2002) PKS 1510-089: A head-on view of a relativistic jet Astrophysical Journal. 580: 742-748
Homan DC, Ojha R, Wardle JFC, et al. (2002) Parsec-scale blazar monitoring: Flux and polarization variability Astrophysical Journal. 568: 99-119
Homan DC, Ojha R, Wardle JFC, et al. (2001) Parsec-scale blazar monitoring: Proper motions Astrophysical Journal. 549: 840-861
Attridge JM, Roberts DH, Wardle JFC. (1999) Radio Jet-Ambient Medium Interactions on Parsec Scales in the Blazar 1055+018 The Astrophysical Journal. 518
Gabuzda DC, Mioduszewski AJ, Roberts DH, et al. (1999) The very long baseline interferometric polarization structure of 3C 345 at  =2.8 cm Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 303: 515-520
Wardle JFC, Homan DC, Ojha R, et al. (1998) Electron-positron jets associated with the quasar 3C279 Nature. 395: 457-461
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