Astrophysics

Employment

 1975 Research Fellow, Harvard Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, Massachusettes
 1971-1974 Assistant Professor of Astronomy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
 1969-1970 Research Associate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Institute for Space Studies, New York City, NY

Education

 1967 – 1969 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 9/67 – 4/69
Fellowships: Woodrow Wilson, National Science Foundation, & Princeton National
Degree: Ph.D in Astrophysics
Thesis: “A Completely Covariant Integral Theory Of Inertia And Gravitation And Its Machian Implications”
Thesis Advisor: John Archibald Wheeler
 1963 – 1967 University of California, Berkeley, CA 9/63 – 3/67
Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Junior year; Outstanding Undergraduate in Astronomy, Senior year
Degree: B.A. with a Major in Astronomy

Publications

 1969 Gilman, R.C. “On The Composition Of Circumstellar Grains” Astrophysical Journal Letters v 155, p 185.
 1969 Sciama, D.W., Waylen, P.C., Gilman, R.C. “Generally Covariant Integral Formulation of Einstein’s Field Equations” Physical Review v 187, p 1762.
 1970 Gilman, R.C. “Machian Theory of Inertia And Gravitation” Physical Review D, v 2, p 1400.
 1972 Gilman, R.C. “Grain-Gas Coupling In Circumstellar Envelopes” Astrophysical Journal, v 178, p 423.
 1973 Gilman, R.C. “Grain Escape Velocities From Cool Stars” Monthly Notices Of The Royal Astronomical Society, v 161, p 3p.
 1974 Gilman, R.C. “Free-Free and Free-Bound Emissions In Low-surface-gravity Stars” Astrophysical Journal, v 188, p 87.
 1974 Gilman, R.C. “Planck Mean Cross-sections For Four Grain Materials” Astrophysical Journal Supplement, v 28, #268, p 397.
 1975 Gilman, R.C. “Possible Implications Of The Uncertainty Principle For The Timescale Of Gravitational Collapse” Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory Special Report #369
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