Sebastian Zamfir began lecturing in the UW-Stevens Point Department of Physics in 2010. Now, as professor of physics, Zamfir leads programs for the Allen F. Blocher Planetarium and Arthur J. Pejsa Observatory in the Science Building. His research interests are extragalactic astronomy, phenomenology of active galactic nuclei, quasar spectroscopy, galaxy formation and evolution.
Zamfir is a presenter at STEAM Point Days for Boys and Girls, the UWSP College Days for Kids, and L.I.F.E. (Learning is ForEver) programs.
Sulentioc, J. W., Martinez-Carballo, M. A., Marziani, P., del Olmo, A., Stirpe, G. M., Zamfir, S., Plauchu-Frayn, I. (2015). “3C 57 as an Atypical Radio Loud Quasar: Implications for the Radio-Loud/Radio-Quiet Dichotomy.” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 450, 1916. https://academic.oup.com/mnras/article/450/2/1916/983345
Zamfir,S., Sulentic, J. W., Marziani, P., Dultzin, D. (2010). “Detailed Characterization of Hbeta Emission Line Profile in Low Redshift Quasars”, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 403, 1759 https://academic.oup.com/mnras/article/403/4/1759/1054069