Curriculum Vitae

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Academic History

  • 2010 D.Sc. (h.c.), University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia
  • 1969–1973Ph.D. (Astrophysics) Australian National University, Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatory
  • 1965–1968B.Sc. (Honors) 1st Class (Physics), University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia

Positions Held

  • 1988 - Present Professor, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, UCSC
  • 1988 - Present Astronomer, University of California Observatories/Lick Observatory (UCO/Lick)
  • 1985 - 1987 Research Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy Johns Hopkins University
  • 1984 - 1987 Deputy Director, Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore
  • 1978 - 1984 Astronomer, Kitt Peak National Observatory, Tucson, Arizona
  • 1976 - 1977 Miller Fellow, Department of Astronomy, University of California, Berkeley
  • 1974 - 1975 Postdoctoral Fellow, Kitt Peak National Observatory Tucson, Arizona
  • 1969 - 1973 Ph.D. (Astrophysics) Australian National University Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatory
  • 1965 - 1968 B.Sc. (Honors) 1st Class (Physics), University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

Major Activities/Achievements

  • Science 1: Major ongoing programs on galaxy formation and evolution formation at high redshift (from z ~ 2 ~ 10; recent focus on galaxy formation and evolution in the reionization epoch – during the first Gyr). Large number of publications. Extensive Hubble Space Telescope (HST), Spitzer, Keck, VLT and Magellan observing time and collaborations. PI of HUDF09 HST WFC3/IR program—top-ranked and largest program awarded by Cycle 17 HST TAC. PI of eXtreme Deep Field (XDF) and Hubble Legacy Fields (HLF). XDF combines 10 years of HST ACS and WFC3/IR data in the deepest field ever (to 31 mag 5σ).
  • Science 2: Numerous science talks at international workshops on galaxy evolution in the first 1–2 Gyr. Organized high redshift galaxy workshops. Many press releases and interviews on new results with outstanding international visibility (last release: 116 articles with >600 million potential readers!). Lead organizer of Aspen Physics “Reionization” workshop. Highly-visited “firstgalaxies” website top-rated in searches on early galaxies http://firstgalaxies.org/
  • AAAC: Chair, Congressionally chartered Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee (AAAC) from 2004 to 2008. AAAC is FACA committee whose annual report is to NSF, NASA and DOE, to Congress and to OMB/OSTP. Annual reporting to agency (NSF, NASA, DOE) senior management, OSTP Director and Congressional staff. Set up four major Task Force studies: Exo-Planets; Dark Energy; CMB Polarization; Dark Matter Direct Detection.
  • ICRP: Member, 2010 JWST Independent Comprehensive Review Panel (ICRP) 2010; only scientist on ICRP; Chair John Casani and Garth Illingworth represented ICRP’s findings to NASA leadership and Congress.
  • JSTAC: Chair, 2009–, James Webb Space Telescope Science Advisory Committee (JSTAC). JSTAC is charged with advising STScI on maximizing the science return from JWST. Numerous letters regarding recommendations at http://www.stsci.edu/jwst/advisory-committee
  • Congressional Hearing Witness, House Science Committee: 2007 – Invited Witness, House Committee on Science and Technology’s Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics Hearing on “NASA’s Space Science Programs”; 2011 – Invited Witness, Hearing “The Next Great Observatory: Assessing the James Webb Space Telescope”.
  • NGST: One of original initiators, with Peter Stockman and Pierre Bely of the JWST concept—Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST)—in 1987-91. Chaired the “UV-Optical in Space Panel” of the 1990 Decadal Survey that recommended a 6-m passively-cooled large space telescope. Not accepted by the 1990 Decadal committee, but ultimately NGST grew into the NGST recommended in the 2000 Decadal, and then renamed to JWST.
  • HST ACS: Deputy PI, HST Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS): Worked closely with PI Holland Ford towards the successful completion and launch of the most powerful optical imager on HST. Improved HST’s performance by 10X.
  • TPF-C STDT: Member, 2004 to 2006, Terrestrial Planet Finder Coronagraph Science Technology Definition Team (TPF-C STDT)—planning search for exoplanets using space coronagraph/nuller.
  • NHST/VLST: Co-organizer, 2002 with Rob Kennicutt of major workshop (“Hubble’s Science Legacy”) sponsored by NASA, ESA, AURA and U. Chicago on science issues and technical challenges for a large space telescope successor to HST. Proceedings and NASA HQ White Paper. PI of large study proposal on similar topic Scalable Concepts for large UV-Optical Telescopes in Space with scientists/engineers/managers/astronauts from universities, NASA centers and industry. Concept for Very Large Space Telescope (VLST) developed in proposal. Member, Organizing Committee, 2004, VLST workshop STScI.
  • TMT SAC: Chair/Co-Chair, 2009–, Thirty Meter Telescope Science Advisory Committee (TMT SAC).
  • ESO VC: Chair, 2010, ESO Visiting Committee
  • SScAC: Member, 2002-2005, SScAC, NASA Space Science Advisory Committee; Member, 2004, APS/POPA Task Force on NASA funding for Astrophysics
  • Spitzer TAC: Chair, 2004, Spitzer TAC (GO TAC)
  • STIC/AURA Board: Chair, 1998 to 2002, Space Telescope Institute Council (STIC); Member, AURA Board of Directors.
  • NRC/NAS Chair, “UV/Optical in Space” Panel of 1990 Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee
  • NRC/NAS: Member, 1995, SSB “Task Group on BMDO New Technology Orbital Telescope”

Professional Activities

  • 2016 Chair, Organizing Committee for Aspen Center for Physics Winter workshop on The Re-Ionization Epoch: New Insights And Future Prospects
  • 2016 Delivery of HLF-GOODS-S to MAST science data product database at STScI; HLF dataset is 5.7 Msec of HST image data in 7076 exposure (2/3 of a year of data).
  • 2015– Co-Chair, Center Director’s External Team (CDET) for JWST
  • 2015 Chair, STScI Director Search Committee
  • 2014 Member, AURA President Search Committee
  • 2011–2016 Highest redshift galaxy team results leading to several press releases.
  • 2012–2014 Organizer/coordinator with others to ensure UCO/Lick Observatory future.
  • 2012 Delivery of HUDF/XDF to MAST science data product database at STScI; XDF dataset is deepest Hubble image ever taken.
  • 2011 Invited Witness, House Committee on Science and Technology’s Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, Hearing “The Next Great Observatory: Assessing the James Webb Space Telescope”
  • 2010 Chair, ESO Visiting Committee
  • 2010 Member, JWST Independent Comprehensive Review Panel (ICRP)
  • 2009– Chair, JWST Science Advisory Committee (JSTAC)
  • 2008– Co-Chair, TMT Science Advisory Committee (TMT SAC)
  • 2008 Invited Speaker, European Union Astronet Final Workshop (EU Decadal Planning Study)—on “US Astronomy program”
  • 2004–2008 Chair, AAAC, Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee
  • 2007 Invited Witness, House Committee on Science and Technology’s Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics Hearing on NASA’s Space Science Programs
  • 2007 Review Talk on the “Highest Redshift Galaxies,” Heidelberg Workshop on “Galaxy Growth in a Dark Universe”
  • 2007 Invited talk and Discussion Panel Member for UC Berkeley Lyot Symposium
  • 2007 Invited Speaker, EU Astronet Workshop—on “Status of US Astronomy program”
  • 2007 Detailed contribution to National Academy on 2010 Astronomy Decadal Survey
  • 2007 Invited Speaker, NRAO 50th Anniversary Science Symposium
  • 2007 Organizer/Leader of Public Policy Session AAS Seattle on AAAC report
  • 2007 Panel Participant Public Policy Session AAS Seattle on NASA
  • 2006–2007 Member, CAPP, AAS Committee on Astronomy and Public Policy
  • 2006 Invited talk on High Redshift Universe at the “Texas in Melbourne” Symposium
  • 2006 Developed with Dan Magee and Rychard Bouwens very popular “firstgalaxies” website.
  • 2006 Extensive Interview for BBC Radio 4 with BBC radio group in visit to Santa Cruz
  • 2006 Invited Speaker, SPIE, “Large Telescopes” Meeting. Talk on “US Astronomy Program and Decadal Survey”
  • 2005–2007 Reports to House Science Committee staff on AAAC Annual Report
  • 2005–2007 Reports to agency (NSF, NASA) management on AAAC Annual Report
  • 2005–2007 Presentations at CAA, BPA, OSTP, AURA (and other meetings) on AAAC report
  • 2005–2007 Editor, with committee, AAAC Annual Report for Congress and Agencies
  • 2004–2008 Member, AAAC, Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee
  • 2004–2006 Member, TPF–C Science Technology Definition Team
  • 2004–2006 Member, Nominating Committee, Aspen Center for Physics
  • 2004 Member, APS/POPA Task Force on NASA funding for Astrophysics
  • 2004 Chair, Spitzer TAC (GO TAC)
  • 2004 Member, Admissions Committee, Aspen Center for Physics
  • 2003–2009 General Member, Aspen Center for Physics
  • 2003–2006 Part of numerous STScI press releases on science results from HST and Spitzer
  • 2002–2005 Member, SScAC, NASA Space Science Advisory Committee
  • 2002–2003 Member, National Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee (NAAAC)
  • 2000–2008 Member, AURA Board of Directors
  • 1999–2001 Member, AAS Tinsley Prize Committee
  • 1999–2000 Member, HST Second Decade Study Committee
  • 1999 Member, AURA President Search Committee
  • 1999 Member, NGST Instrument Study Team
  • 1998–2002 Chair, Space Telescope Institute Council
  • 1997–2008 Member Representative, Aura (University of California Representative)
  • 1997–1998 Member, AURA Board Search Committee for Space Telescope Science Institute Director
  • 1996–2002 Member, Space Telescope Institute Council
  • 1995– Deputy PI, HST Advanced Camera
  • 1995–1996 Member, Aura Board (University of California Representative)
  • 1995 HST TAC Panel on “Cosmology, Cluster and Distant Galaxies”
  • 1995 Member, NRC SSB “Task Group on BMDO New Technology Orbital Telescope”
  • 1995 Chair, Space Telescope Science Institute Deputy-Director Search Committee
  • 1994–1995 Member, NASA HQ UVMOWG
  • 1994 Presentation to “HST and Beyond” Committee on Optical/UV/IR Space Telescopes
  • 1993–1999 Co-Chair, Keck Telescope Science Steering Committee
  • 1993–1996 Member, NASA Planetary Systems Science Working Group
  • 1993–1995 Special Invitee, NASA Keck Review Team
  • 1993 Co-I. on proposal to ESA for Joint NASA–ESA development of HST Advanced Camera
  • 1992–1994 Development of Deep Program at Center for Particle Astrophysics and support of Center Reviews
  • 1992 HST Second Generation Instrument Review Team
  • 1992 Presentation at NSF, Washington, DC on DEEP Project
  • 1991–1999 Member, Keck Telescope Science Steering Committee
  • 1991–1993 JPL special review panel for HST replacement camera, WFPC–2, chaired by Charles Townes
  • 1991–1993 NASA Planetary Program “Towards Other Planetary Systems Science Working Group”
  • 1991 Presentations on Distant Galaxy Cosmology Projects for Center for Particle Astrophysics retreats, with D. Koo and S. Faber.
  • 1991 Presentation to NASA HQ Planetary Division PSSWG (Science Working Group) on Status of Keck Telescope, January 1991 PSSWG meeting in Washington, DC
  • 1990–1992 Chair, NGST SEWG (Next Generation Space Telescope Science-Engineering Working Group) to oversee technology development program for future large space telescope
  • 1990–1991 Co-chair, Keck Telescope Science Steering Committee
  • 1990 Executive Invitee for April Launch of Hubble Space Telescope, Kennedy Space Flight Center, Florida
  • 1990 Presentation to NASA UV-Visible-Relativity Management Operations Workshop Group on results of “Next Generation Space Telescope” Workshop, Washington, DC
  • 1990 Presentation to NASA Astronomy Management Operations Working Group of projected “UV-Visible Space Mission Program Plan for the 1990’s,” Washington, DC
  • 1990 Presentation to Marshall Space Flight Center Advanced Projects Group and to Upper Management on “Next Generation Space Telescope,” Huntsville, Alabama
  • 1989–1990 Chair, “UV-Optical In Space “ Panel of Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee: Pre-decade Review of 1990’s Science Program, sponsored by NASA, NSF and DOE, implemented under the auspices of the NAS, Washington, DC
  • 1989–1990 Chair, “UV/Optical in Space” Panel of Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee
  • 1989 Presentation to NASA UV-Visible-Relativity Management Operations Working Group of workshop plans and concepts for future space observations, Columbia, Maryland
  • 1988–1989 Chair, Scientific Organizing Committee for Workshop on “The Next Generation: A Successor to Hubble Space Telescope” sponsored by NASA Headquarters and Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore
  • 1987–1990 Member, Keck Telescope Science Steering Committee
  • 1987–1990 Chair, Keck Telescope Segment Acceptance Committee
  • 1987–1989 NASA Headquarters UV-Visible-Relativity Management Operations Working Group
  • 1987 Executive Committee, Hubble Space Telescope Maintenance and Refurbishment Workshop, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland
  • 1986–1987 Co-Chair, Hubble Space Telescope Science Certification Review

Selected Publications

  • Rest-frame Optical Emission Lines in z ˜ 3.5 Lyman-break-selected Galaxies: The Ubiquity of Unusually High [OIII]/Hβ Ratios at 2 Gyr, Holden, B. P., Oesch, P. A., González, V. G., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Bouwens, R., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P., and Spitler, L., 2016, 2016ApJ...820...73H
  • A Remarkably Luminous Galaxy at z=11.1 Measured with Hubble Space Telescope Grism Spectroscopy, Oesch, P. A., Brammer, G., van Dokkum, P. G., Illingworth, G. D., Bouwens, R. J., Labbé, I., Franx, M., Momcheva, I., Ashby, M. L. N., Fazio, G. G., Gonzalez, V., Holden, B., Magee, D., Skelton, R. E., Smit, R., Spitler, L. R., Trenti, M., and Willner, S. P., 2016, 2016ApJ...819..129O
  • Ultradeep IRAC Imaging Over the HUDF and GOODS-South: Survey Design and Imaging Data Release, Labbé, I., Oesch, P. A., Illingworth, G. D., van Dokkum, P. G., Bouwens, R. J., Franx, M., Carollo, C. M., Trenti, M., Holden, B., Smit, R., González, V., Magee, D., Stiavelli, M., and Stefanon, M., 2015, 2015ApJS..221...23L
  • Reionization After Planck: The Derived Growth of the Cosmic Ionizing Emissivity Now Matches the Growth of the Galaxy UV Luminosity Density, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Caruana, J., Holwerda, B., Smit, R., and Wilkins, S., 2015, 2015ApJ...811..140B
  • First Frontier Field Constraints on the Cosmic Star Formation Rate Density at z ∼ 10—The Impact of Lensing Shear on Completeness of High-redshift Galaxy Samples, Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., Ammons, S. M., van Dokkum, P. G., Trenti, M., and Labbé, I., 2015, 2015ApJ...808..104O
  • The Sizes of Candidate z˜9-10 Galaxies: Confirmation of the Bright CANDELS Sample and Relation with Luminosity and Mass., Holwerda, B. W., Bouwens, R., Oesch, P., Smit, R., Illingworth, G., and Labbe, I., 2015, 2015ApJ...808....6H
  • The impact of strong gravitational lensing on observed Lyman-break galaxy numbers at 4 ≤ z ≤ 8 in the GOODS and the XDF blank fields, Barone-Nugent, R. L., Wyithe, J. S. B., Trenti, M., Treu, T., Oesch, P., Bouwens, R., Illingworth, G. D., and Schmidt, K. B., 2015, 2015MNRAS.450.1224B
  • Most Luminous z=9-10 Galaxies: A First Determination of the Bright End of the z~9 and z~10 UV Luminosity Functions using all five CANDELS Fields, Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P. A., Labbe, I., Illingworth, G. D., Fazio, G. G., Coe, D., Holwerda, B., Smit, R., Stefanon, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Trenti, M., Ashby, M. L. N., Huang, J.-S., Spitler, L., Straatman, C., Bradley, L., and Magee, D., 2015, 2015arXiv150601035B
  • Z > 7 galaxies with red Spitzer/IRAC [3.6]-[4.5] colors in the full CANDELS data set: the brightest-known galaxies at Z ~ 7-9 and a probable spectroscopic confirmation at Z=7.48, Roberts-Borsani, G. W., Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P. A., Labbe, I., Smit, R., Illingworth, G. D., van Dokkum, P., Holden, B., Gonzalez, V., Stefanon, M., Holwerda, B., and Wilkins, S., 2015, 2015arXiv150600854R
  • A Spectroscopic Redshift Measurement for a Luminous Lyman Break Galaxy at z = 7.730 Using Keck/MOSFIRE, Oesch, P. A., van Dokkum, P. G., Illingworth, G. D., Bouwens, R. J., Momcheva, I., Holden, B., Roberts-Borsani, G. W., Smit, R., Franx, M., Labbé, I., González, V., and Magee, D., 2015, 2015ApJ...804L..30O
  • UV Luminosity Functions at Redshifts z ˜ 4 to z ˜ 10: 10,000 Galaxies from HST Legacy Fields, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Trenti, M., Labbé, I., Bradley, L., Carollo, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Gonzalez, V., Holwerda, B., Franx, M., Spitler, L., Smit, R., and Magee, D., 2015, 2015ApJ...803...34B
  • UV-continuum Slopes of >4000 z ~ 4-8 Galaxies from the HUDF/XDF, HUDF09, ERS, CANDELS-South, and CANDELS-North Fields, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Labbé, I., van Dokkum, P. G., Trenti, M., Franx, M., Smit, R., Gonzalez, V., and Magee, D., 2014, 2014ApJ...793..115B
  • Measurement of Galaxy Clustering at z ~ 7.2 and the Evolution of Galaxy Bias from 3.8 < z < 8 in the XDF, GOODS-S, and GOODS-N, Barone-Nugent, R. L., Trenti, M., Wyithe, J. S. B., Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P. A., Illingworth, G. D., Carollo, C. M., Su, J., Stiavelli, M., Labbe, I., and van Dokkum, P. G., 2014, 2014ApJ...793...17B
  • Observations of Environmental Quenching in Groups in the 11 GYR since z = 2.5: Different Quenching for Central and Satellite Galaxies, Tal, T., Dekel, A., Oesch, P., Muzzin, A., Brammer, G. B., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Leja, J., Magee, D., Marchesini, D., Momcheva, I., Nelson, E. J., Patel, S. G., Quadri, R. F., Rix, H.-W., Skelton, R. E., Wake, D. A., and Whitaker, K. E., 2014, 2014ApJ...789..164T
  • The Most Luminous z ~ 9-10 Galaxy Candidates Yet Found: The Luminosity Function, Cosmic Star-formation Rate, and the First Mass Density Estimate at 500 Myr, Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Smit, R., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Momcheva, I., Ashby, M. L. N., Fazio, G. G., Huang, J.-S., Willner, S. P., Gonzalez, V., Magee, D., Trenti, M., Brammer, G. B., Skelton, R. E., and Spitler, L. R., 2014, 2014ApJ...786..108O
  • Slow Evolution of the Specific Star Formation Rate at z > 2: The Impact of Dust, Emission Lines, and a Rising Star Formation History, González, V., Bouwens, R., Illingworth, G., Labbé, I., Oesch, P., Franx, M., and Magee, D., 2014, 2014ApJ...781...34G
  • The HST eXtreme Deep Field (XDF): Combining All ACS and WFC3/IR Data on the HUDF Region into the Deepest Field Ever, Illingworth, G. D., Magee, D., Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Labbé, I., Stiavelli, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Trenti, M., Carollo, C. M., and Gonzalez, V., 2013, 2013ApJS..209....6I
  • The Spectral Energy Distributions of z ~ 8 Galaxies from the IRAC Ultra Deep Fields: Emission Lines, Stellar Masses, and Specific Star Formation Rates at 650 Myr, Labbé, I., Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Magee, D., González, V., Carollo, C. M., Franx, M., Trenti, M., van Dokkum, P. G., and Stiavelli, M., 2013, 2013ApJ...777L..19L
  • Probing the Dawn of Galaxies at z ~ 9-12: New Constraints from HUDF12/XDF and CANDELS data, Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Trenti, M., Stiavelli, M., Gonzalez, V., and Magee, D., 2013, 2013ApJ...773...75O
  • A Rest-frame Optical View on z ~ 4 Galaxies. I. Color and Age Distributions from Deep IRAC Photometry of the IUDF10 and GOODS Surveys, Oesch, P. A., Labbé, I., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Gonzalez, V., Franx, M., Trenti, M., Holden, B. P., van Dokkum, P. G., and Magee, D., 2013, 2013ApJ...772..136O
  • Photometric Constraints on the Redshift of z ~ 10 Candidate UDFj-39546284 from Deeper WFC3/IR+ACS+IRAC Observations over the HUDF, Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P. A., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., van Dokkum, P. G., Brammer, G., Magee, D., Spitler, L. R., Franx, M., Smit, R., Trenti, M., Gonzalez, V., and Carollo, C. M., 2013, 2013ApJ...765L..16B
  • A Tentative Detection of an Emission Line at 1.6 μm for the z ~ 12 Candidate UDFj-39546284, Brammer, G. B., van Dokkum, P. G., Illingworth, G. D., Bouwens, R. J., Labbé, I., Franx, M., Momcheva, I., and Oesch, P. A., 2013, 2013ApJ...765L...2B
  • The Stellar Mass Structure of Massive Galaxies from z = 0 to z = 2.5: Surface Density Profiles and Half-mass Radii, Szomoru, D., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Trenti, M., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., and Oesch, P., 2013, 2013ApJ...763...73S
  • The Bright End of the Ultraviolet Luminosity Function at z ~ 8: New Constraints from CANDELS Data in GOODS-South, Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Gonzalez, V., Trenti, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Labbé, I., Carollo, C. M., and Magee, D., 2012, 2012ApJ...759..135O
  • The Star Formation Rate Function for Redshift z ~ 4-7 Galaxies: Evidence for a Uniform Buildup of Star-forming Galaxies during the First 3 Gyr of Cosmic Time, Smit, R., Bouwens, R. J., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Oesch, P. A., and van Dokkum, P. G., 2012, 2012ApJ...756...14S
  • The Rest-frame UV-to-optical Colors and Spectral Energy Distributions of z ~ 4-7 Galaxies, González, V., Bouwens, R. J., Labbé, I., Illingworth, G., Oesch, P., Franx, M., and Magee, D., 2012, 2012ApJ...755..148G
  • UV-continuum Slopes at z ~ 4-7 from the HUDF09+ERS+CANDELS Observations: Discovery of a Well-defined UV Color-Magnitude Relationship for z >= 4 Star-forming Galaxies, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Franx, M., Labbé, I., Trenti, M., van Dokkum, P., Carollo, C. M., González, V., Smit, R., and Magee, D., 2012, 2012ApJ...754...83B
  • Expanded Search for z ~ 10 Galaxies from HUDF09, ERS, and CANDELS Data: Evidence for Accelerated Evolution at z > 8?, Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Trenti, M., Gonzalez, V., Carollo, C. M., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., and Magee, D., 2012, 2012ApJ...745..110O
  • Space telescope: Focus on priorities, Illingworth, G. D., 2011, 2011Natur.479..478I
  • Ultraviolet Luminosity Functions from 132 z ~ 7 and z ~ 8 Lyman-break Galaxies in the Ultra-deep HUDF09 and Wide-area Early Release Science WFC3/IR Observations, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Labbé, I., Trenti, M., van Dokkum, P., Franx, M., Stiavelli, M., Carollo, C. M., Magee, D., and Gonzalez, V., 2011, 2011ApJ...737...90B
  • Evolution of Galaxy Stellar Mass Functions, Mass Densities, and Mass-to-light Ratios from z ~ 7 to z ~ 4, González, V., Labbé, I., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G., Franx, M., and Kriek, M., 2011, 2011ApJ...735L..34G
  • A candidate redshift z~10 galaxy and rapid changes in that population at an age of 500Myr, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Labbe, I., Oesch, P. A., Trenti, M., Carollo, C. M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Stiavelli, M., González, V., Magee, D., and Bradley, L., 2011, 2011Natur.469..504B
  • M/LB and Color Evolution for a Deep Sample of M sstarf Cluster Galaxies at z ~ 1: The Formation Epoch and the Tilt of the Fundamental Plane, Holden, B. P., van der Wel, A., Kelson, D. D., Franx, M., and Illingworth, G. D., 2010, 2010ApJ...724..714H
  • Star Formation Rates and Stellar Masses of z = 7-8 Galaxies from IRAC Observations of the WFC3/IR Early Release Science and the HUDF Fields, Labbé, I., González, V., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., Trenti, M., Oesch, P. A., van Dokkum, P. G., Stiavelli, M., Carollo, C. M., Kriek, M., and Magee, D., 2010, 2010ApJ...716L.103L
  • Confirmation of the Compactness of a z = 1.91 Quiescent Galaxy with Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Camera 3, Szomoru, D., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Trenti, M., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P. A., and Carollo, C. M., 2010, 2010ApJ...714L.244S
  • The Galaxy Luminosity Function During the Reionization Epoch, Trenti, M., Stiavelli, M., Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P., Shull, J. M., Illingworth, G. D., Bradley, L. D., and Carollo, C. M., 2010, 2010ApJ...714L.202T
  • The Stellar Mass Density and Specific Star Formation Rate of the Universe at z ~ 7, González, V., Labbé, I., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G., Franx, M., Kriek, M., and Brammer, G. B., 2010, 2010ApJ...713..115G
  • Discovery of z ~ 8 Galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field from Ultra-Deep WFC3/IR Observations, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Stiavelli, M., van Dokkum, P., Trenti, M., Magee, D., Labbé, I., Franx, M., Carollo, C. M., and Gonzalez, V., 2010, 2010ApJ...709L.133B
  • The Growth of Massive Galaxies Since z = 2, van Dokkum, P. G., Whitaker, K. E., Brammer, G., Franx, M., Kriek, M., Labbé, I., Marchesini, D., Quadri, R., Bezanson, R., Illingworth, G. D., Muzzin, A., Rudnick, G., Tal, T., and Wake, D., 2010, 2010ApJ...709.1018V
  • Structure and Morphologies of z ~ 7-8 Galaxies from Ultra-deep WFC3/IR Imaging of the Hubble Ultra-deep Field, Oesch, P. A., Bouwens, R. J., Carollo, C. M., Illingworth, G. D., Trenti, M., Stiavelli, M., Magee, D., Labbé, I., and Franx, M., 2010, 2010ApJ...709L..21O
  • Very Blue UV-Continuum Slope β of Low Luminosity z ~ 7 Galaxies from WFC3/IR: Evidence for Extremely Low Metallicities?, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., Trenti, M., Stiavelli, M., Carollo, C. M., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Labbé, I., and Magee, D., 2010, 2010ApJ...708L..69B
  • Ultradeep Infrared Array Camera Observations of Sub-L* z ~ 7 and z ~ 8 Galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: the Contribution of Low-Luminosity Galaxies to the Stellar Mass Density and Reionization, Labbé, I., González, V., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Oesch, P. A., van Dokkum, P. G., Carollo, C. M., Franx, M., Stiavelli, M., Trenti, M., Magee, D., and Kriek, M., 2010, 2010ApJ...708L..26L
  • The Hubble Sequence Beyond z = 2 for Massive Galaxies: Contrasting Large Star-forming and Compact Quiescent Galaxies, Kriek, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., and Magee, D. K., 2009, 2009ApJ...705L..71K
  • The Dependence of Star Formation Rates on Stellar Mass and Environment at z ~ 0.8, Patel, S. G., Holden, B. P., Kelson, D. D., Illingworth, G. D., and Franx, M., 2009, 2009ApJ...705L..67P
  • UV Continuum Slope and Dust Obscuration from z ~ 6 to z ~ 2: The Star Formation Rate Density at High Redshift, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., Chary, R.-R., Meurer, G. R., Conselice, C. J., Ford, H., Giavalisco, M., and van Dokkum, P., 2009, 2009ApJ...705..936B
  • An Ultra-Deep Near-Infrared Spectrum of a Compact Quiescent Galaxy at z = 2.2, Kriek, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Labbé, I., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Marchesini, D., and Quadri, R. F., 2009, 2009ApJ...700..221K
  • Bright Strongly Lensed Galaxies at Redshift z ~ 6-7 behind the Clusters Abell 1703 and CL0024+16, Zheng, W., Bradley, L. D., Bouwens, R. J., Ford, H. C., Illingworth, G. D., Benítez, N., Broadhurst, T., Frye, B., Infante, L., Jee, M. J., Motta, V., Shu, X. W., and Zitrin, A., 2009, 2009ApJ...697.1907Z
  • A Wide-Field Study of the z ~ 0.8 Cluster RX J0152.7-1357: The Role of Environment in the Formation of the Red Sequence, Patel, S. G., Kelson, D. D., Holden, B. P., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., van der Wel, A., and Ford, H., 2009, 2009ApJ...694.1349P
  • The Ellipticities of Cluster Early-type Galaxies from z ~ 1 to z ~ 0: No Evolution in the Overall Distribution of Bulge-to-Disk Ratios, Holden, B. P., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Postman, M., van der Wel, A., Kelson, D. D., Blakeslee, J. P., Ford, H., Demarco, R., and Mei, S., 2009, 2009ApJ...693..617H
  • z ~ 7-10 Galaxies Behind Lensing Clusters: Contrast with Field Search Results, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Bradley, L. D., Ford, H., Franx, M., Zheng, W., Broadhurst, T., Coe, D., and Jee, M. J., 2009, 2009ApJ...690.1764B
  • z ~ 7-10 Galaxies in the HUDF and GOODS Fields: UV Luminosity Functions, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., and Ford, H., 2008, 2008ApJ...686..230B
  • The Detection of a Red Sequence of Massive Field Galaxies at z ~ 2.3 and Its Evolution to z ~ 0, Kriek, M., van der Wel, A., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., and Illingworth, G. D., 2008, 2008ApJ...682..896K
  • The HD 163296 Circumstellar Disk in Scattered Light: Evidence of Time-Variable Self-Shadowing, Wisniewski, J. P., Clampin, M., Grady, C. A., Ardila, D. R., Ford, H. C., Golimowski, D. A., Illingworth, G. D., and Krist, J. E., 2008, 2008ApJ...682..548W
  • Discovery of a Very Bright Strongly Lensed Galaxy Candidate at z ≈ 7.6, Bradley, L. D., Bouwens, R. J., Ford, H. C., Illingworth, G. D., Jee, M. J., Benítez, N., Broadhurst, T. J., Franx, M., Frye, B. L., Infante, L., Motta, V., Rosati, P., White, R. L., and Zheng, W., 2008, 2008ApJ...678..647B
  • Confirmation of the Remarkable Compactness of Massive Quiescent Galaxies at z ~ 2.3: Early-Type Galaxies Did not Form in a Simple Monolithic Collapse, van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Kriek, M., Holden, B., Illingworth, G. D., Magee, D., Bouwens, R., Marchesini, D., Quadri, R., Rudnick, G., Taylor, E. N., and Toft, S., 2008, 2008ApJ...677L...5V
  • A Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Survey of K-Selected Galaxies at z ~ 2.3: Redshifts and Implications for Broadband Photometric Studies, Kriek, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Marchesini, D., Quadri, R., Rudnick, G., Taylor, E. N., Förster Schreiber, N. M., Gawiser, E., Labbé, I., Lira, P., and Wuyts, S., 2008, 2008ApJ...677..219K
  • UV Luminosity Functions at z~4, 5, and 6 from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field and Other Deep Hubble Space Telescope ACS Fields: Evolution and Star Formation History, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., and Ford, H., 2007, 2007ApJ...670..928B
  • The Evolution of the Field and Cluster Morphology-Density Relation for Mass-Selected Samples of Galaxies, van der Wel, A., Holden, B. P., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Postman, M. P., Kelson, D. D., Labbé, I., Wuyts, S., Blakeslee, J. P., and Ford, H. C., 2007, 2007ApJ...670..206V
  • Mass Selection and the Evolution of the Morphology-Density Relation from z = 0.8 to 0, Holden, B. P., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., Blakeslee, J. P., Postman, M., Kelson, D. D., van der Wel, A., Demarco, R., Magee, D. K., Tran, K.-V., Zirm, A., Ford, H., Rosati, P., and Homeier, N., 2007, 2007ApJ...670..190H
  • The Origin of Line Emission in Massive z ~ 2.3 Galaxies: Evidence for Cosmic Downsizing of AGN Host Galaxies, Kriek, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., Coppi, P., Förster Schreiber, N. M., Gawiser, E., Labbé, I., Lira, P., Marchesini, D., Quadri, R., Rudnick, G., Taylor, E. N., Urry, C. M., and van der Werf, P. P., 2007, 2007ApJ...669..776K
  • Low Star Formation Rates for z = 1 Early-Type Galaxies in the Very Deep GOODS MIPS Imaging: Implications for Their Optical/Near-Infrared Spectral Energy Distributions, van der Wel, A., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., and van Dokkum, P. G., 2007, 2007ApJ...666..863V
  • A Keck Spectroscopic Survey of MS 1054-03 (z = 0.83): Forming the Red Sequence, Tran, K.-V. H., Franx, M., Illingworth, G. D., van Dokkum, P., Kelson, D. D., Blakeslee, J. P., and Postman, M., 2007, 2007ApJ...661..750T
  • Spectroscopy of z ~ 6 i-Dropout Galaxies: Frequency of Lyα Emission and the Sizes of Lyα-emitting Galaxies1,, Dow-Hygelund, C. C., Holden, B. P., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., van der Wel, A., Franx, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Ford, H., Rosati, P., Magee, D., and Zirm, A., 2007, 2007ApJ...660...47D
  • Line Strengths in Early-Type Cluster Galaxies at z = 0.33: Implications for α/Fe, Nitrogen, and the Histories of E/S0s, Kelson, D. D., Illingworth, G. D., Franx, M., and van Dokkum, P. G., 2006, 2006ApJ...653..159K
  • Galaxies at z ~ 6: The UV Luminosity Function and Luminosity Density from 506 HUDF, HUDF Parallel ACS Field, and GOODS i-Dropouts, Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., Blakeslee, J. P., and Franx, M., 2006, 2006ApJ...653...53B
  • Spitzer IRAC Confirmation of z850-Dropout Galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: Stellar Masses and Ages at z ~ 7, Labbé, I., Bouwens, R., Illingworth, G. D., and Franx, M., 2006, 2006ApJ...649L..67L
  • Rapid evolution of the most luminous galaxies during the first 900million years, Bouwens, R. J. and Illingworth, G. D., 2006, 2006Natur.443..189B
  • Clustering of i775 Dropout Galaxies at z ~ 6 in GOODS and the UDF, Overzier, R. A., Bouwens, R. J., Illingworth, G. D., and Franx, M., 2006, 2006ApJ...648L...5O
  • Star Formation History of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: Comparison with the Hubble Deep Field-North, Thompson, R. I., Eisenstein, D., Fan, X., Dickinson, M., Illingworth, G., and Kennicutt, R. C., Jr., 2006, 2006ApJ...647..787T
  • Direct Measurements of the Stellar Continua and Balmer/4000 Å Breaks of Red z > 2 Galaxies: Redshifts and Improved Constraints on Stellar Populations1,, Kriek, M., van Dokkum, P. G., Franx, M., Förster Schreiber, N. M., Gawiser, E., Illingworth, G. D., Labbé, I., Marchesini, D., Quadri, R., Rix, H.-W., Rudnick, G., Toft, S., van der Werf, P., and Wuyts, S., 2006, 2006ApJ...645...44K