About Bryan Armentrout
|August 2010||Assistent Professor, Nova Southeastern University ‐ Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography|
|2005 - 2010||Adjunct Faculty Member, Montgomery College|
|2009 - 2009||Adjunct Faculty Member, George Washington University|
physics, astronomy, data analysis, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, kinematics, electrostatics, magnetism, and relativity
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- PHYS 2360
- PHYS 2350
|May 2009||Ph.D., Physics, The Catholic University of America|
|May 2004||M.S., Physics, The Catholic University of America|
|May 1985||B.A., Communications – Radio, Television, Film, University of Maryland at College Park|
Journal articles written or co-written by Dr. Bryan Armentrout.
New Indicators for AGN Power: The Correlation between [O IV] 25.89 μm and Hard X-Ray Luminosity for Nearby Seyfert Galaxies The Astrophysical Journal (2008)
We have studied the relationship between the [O IV] 25.89 μm emission-line luminosities, obtained from Spitzer spectra, the X-ray continua in the 2-10 keV band, primarily from ASCA, and the 14-195 keV band obtained with ...
A Photoionization Model for the Soft X-Ray Spectrum of NGC 4151 The Astrophysical Journal (2007)
We present an analysis of archival data from multiple XMM-Newton observations of the Seyfert 1 galaxy NGC 4151. Spectral data from the RGS instruments reveal several strong soft X-ray emission lines, chiefly from hydrogen-like and ...
A Cloudy/XSPEC Interface Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (2006)
We discuss new functionality of the spectral simulation code Cloudy that allows the user to calculate grids with one or more initial parameters varied and formats the predicted spectra in the standard FITS format. These ...
Conference presentations, proceedings, lectures, and symposia given by Dr. Bryan Armentrout.
NGC 4151 X-Ray Spectrum Variability: 2000-2007 Chemistry and Physics Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Speeches, Lectures (2007)
We present analysis of multiple X-ray observations of NGC 4151, spanning the period 2000-2007. Using the X-ray spectral modeling software XSPEC, the underlying continuum is well-fit by a broken power law and the ionized reflection ...
Soft X-Ray Analysis of NGC 4151 Chemistry and Physics Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Speeches, Lectures (2006)
We present analysis of archival data from multiple XMM-Newton observations of NGC 4151. Spectral data from the RGS instruments reveal several strong soft X-ray emission lines, chiefly from hydrogen-like and helium-like oxygen, nitrogen, neon and ...