Jason Glenn

Office:

D217 (Duane)

Professor Jason Glenn's research group focuses on astronomy and instrumentation at far-infrared through millimeter wavelengths. Current astronomy projects include characterizing warm molecular gas in galaxies detected with the Herschel Space Observatory, detailed investigations of molecular gas morphology, dynamics, and excitation in galactic nuclei with Atacama Large Millimeter Array observations, and measuring the structure and properties cold interstellar gas in our own Milky Way.  Instrumentation projects include developing new superconducting millimeter-wave spectrometer technology, SuperSpec, for redshift measurements of distant galaxies and development of high-sensitivity, far-infrared kinetic inductance detectors for suborbital astronomy and space observatories.  Prof. Glenn's group values quality teaching and service work, and diversity, inclusiveness, and work climate in addition to research quality.

Selected Recent Publications:

Kamenetzky, J., Rangwala, N., Glenn, J. “Warm and Cold Molecular Gas
Conditions Modeled in 87 Galaxies Observed by the Herschel SPIRE Fourier
Transform Spectrometer”, submitted to ApJ.

Zetterlund, E., Glenn, J., Rosolowsky, E. “A Galactic Molecular Cloud Clump
Catalog from Hi-GAL Data:  Method and Initial Results Comparison to BGPS”,
ApJ, in press (2017).

Sayers, J., Zemcov, M., Glenn, J., Golwala, S.R., Maloney, P.R., Siegel,
S.R., Wheeler, J., Bockstiegel, C., Brugger, S., Czakon, N.G.,  Day, P.K.,
Downes, T.P., Duan, R.P., Gao, J., Hollister, M.I., Lam, A., LeDuc, H.G.,
Mazin, B.A., McHugh, S.G., Miller, D.A., Mroczkowski, T.K., Noroozian, O.,
Nguyen, H.T., Radford, S.J., Schlaerth, J.A., Vayonakis, A., Wilson, P.R.,
and Zmuidzinas, J.   “Peculiar Velocity Constraints from Five-Band SZ
Effect Measurements Towards RX J1347.5-1145 with MUSIC and Bolocam from the
CSO”, ApJ, Vol. 820, 101 ,13 pp. (2016).

Kamenetzky, J., Rangwala, N., Glenn, J., Maloney, P.R., and Conley, A.
“L’CO/LFIR Relations with CO Rotational Ladders of Galaxies Across the
Herschel SPIRE Archive”, ApJ , Vol. 829, 93 16 pp. (2016).

Svoboda, B., Shirley, Y., Battersby, C., Rosolowsky, E.W., Ginsburgn, A.G.,
Ellsworth-Bowers, T.P., Pestalozzi, M.R., Dunham, M.K., Evans, N.J. II,
Bally, J., Glenn, J.  “The Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey. XIV. Physical
Properties of Massive Starless and Star-Forming Clumps”, ApJ, Vol. 822, 59
32 pp. (2016).

Asboth, V., Conley, A., Sayers, J., Bethermin, M., Chapman, S. C., Clements,
D. L., Cooray, A., Dannerbauer, H., Farrah, D.; Glenn, J., Golwala, S. R.,
Halpern, M., Ibar, E., Ivison, R. J., Maloney, P. R., Marques-Chaves, R.,
Martinez-Navajas, P. I., Oliver, S. J., Perez-Fournon, I., Riechers, D. A.,
Rowan-Robinson, M., Scott, D., Siegel, S. R., Vieira, J. D., Viero, M., Wang,
L., Wardlow, J., Wheeler, J.  “HerMES: A search for high-redshift dusty
galaxies in the HerMES Large Mode Survey – catalogue, number counts, and
early results”, MNRAS, Vol. 462, pp. 1989-2000 (2016).

Fyhrie, A., McKenney, C., Glenn, J., LeDuc, H.G., Gao, J., Day, P.,
Zmuidzinas, J. “Responsivity boosting in FIR TiN LEKIDs using phonon
recycling: simulations and array design”, Proceedings of the SPIE, Vol.
9914, doi: 10.1117/12.2231476, 7 pp. (2016).

Glenn, J., Fyhrie, A., Wheeler, J., Day, P.K., Eom, B.H., Leduc, H.G.
“Low-volume aluminum and aluminum / titanium nitride bilayer lumped-element
kinetic inductance detectors for far-infrared astronomy”, Proceedings of
the SPIE, Vol. 9914, doi: 10.1117/12.2233649, 8 pp. (2016).

Wheeler, J., Hailey-Dunsheath, S., Shirokoff, E., Barry, P.S., Bradford,
C.M., Chapman, S., Che, G., Glenn, J., Hollister, M., Kovacs, A., LeDuc,
H.G., Mauskopf, P., McGeehan, R., McKenney, C.M., O’Brient, R., Padin, S.,
Reck, T., Ross, C., Shiu, C., Tucker, C.E., Williamson, R., Zmuidzinas, J.
“SuperSpec: development towards a full-scale filterbank”, Proceedings of
the SPIE, Vol. 9914, doi: 10.1117/12.2233798, 9 pp. (2016).

Stacey, G. J., Bertoldi, F., Magnelli, B., Stutzki, J., Schilke, P., Glenn,
J., Bally, J., Giovanelli, R., Riechers, D., Karim, A., Plume, R. “The CCAT
Observatory: Science and Facility”, Conditions and Impact of Star
Formation, Eds. R. Simon, R. Schaaf, & J. Stutzki, EAS Pub. Series, Vol.
75-76, pp. 491-425 (2016).

Fyhrie, A., Glenn, J., Wheeler, J., Day, P., Eom, B.H., LeDuc, H., and
Skrutskie, M.  “Towards Background-Limited Kinetic Inductance Detectors for
a Cryogenic Far-Infrared Space Telescope”,  Jour. Low Temperature Physics,
184:712, DOI 10.1007/s10909-016-1593-3 (2016).

Hailey-Dunsheath, S., Shirokoff, E., Barry, P.S., Bradford, C.M., Chapman,
S., Che, G., Glenn, J., Hollister, M., Kovacs, A., LeDuc, H.G., Mauskopf, P.,
McKenney, C., O’Brient, R., Padin, S., Reck, T., Shiu, C., Tucker, C.E.,
Wheeler, J., Williamson, R., and Zmuidzinas, J.  “Progress on SuperSpec:  A
Millimeter-Wave On-Chip Spectrometer”, Jour. Low Temperature Physics,  DOI
10.1007/s10909-015-1375-x (2015).

Glenn, J., Rangwala, N., Maloney, P.R., and Kamenetzky, J.R.  “NGC 1266:
Characterization of the Nuclear Molecular Gas in an Unusual SB0 Galaxy”,
ApJ, Vol. 800, article id. 105G, 12 pp. (2015).

Ellsworth-Bowers, T.P., Glenn, J., Riley, A., Rosolowsky, E., Ginsburg, A.,
Evans, N.J. II, Bally, J., Battersby, C., Shirley, Y.L., and Merello, M.
“The Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey. XIII. Physical Properties and Mass
Functions of Dense Molecular Cloud Structures”, ApJ, Vol. 805, article id.
157E, 29 pp. (2015).

Rangwala, N., Maloney, P., Wilson, C., Glenn, J., Kamenetzky, J., Spinoglio,
L. “Morphology and Kinematics of Warm Molecular Gas in the Nuclear Region
of Arp 220 as Revealed by ALMA”, ApJ, Vol. 806, article id. 17R, 10 pp.
(2015).

Ellsworth-Bowers, T.P., Rosolowsky, E., Glenn, J., Ginsburg, A., Evans, N.J.
II, Battersby, C., Shirley, Y.L., Svoboda, B. “The Bolocam Galactic Plane
Survey. XII. Distance Catalog Expansion Using Kinematic Isolation of Dense
Molecular Cloud Structures with 13CO(1-0)”, ApJ, Vol. 799, article id. 29,
25 pp. (2015).

Wu, R., Madden, S., Galliano, F., Wilson, C.D., Kamenetzky, J., Lee, M.-Y.,
Schirm, M., Hony, S., Lebouteiller, V., Spinoglio, L., Cormier, D., Glenn,
J., Maloney, P.R., Pereira-Santaella, M., Rémy-Ruyer, A., Baes,  M.,
Boselli, A., Bournaud, F., De Looze, I., Hughes, T.M., Panuzzo, P., Rangwala,
N. “Spatially resolved physical conditions of molecular gas and potential
star formation tracers in M83, revealed by the Herschel SPIRE FTS”, A&A,
Vol. 575, id. A88, 28 pp. (2015).