Publications

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  1. Chung, Dongwoo T.: Leveraging cross-correlations and linear covariance-based filtering for line-intensity map reconstructions at linear scales
  2. Chen, Huanqing: Reconstructing large-scale temperature profiles around z 6 quasars
  3. Ehlert, K.: Self-regulated AGN feedback of light jets in cool-core galaxy clusters
  4. Contigiani, Omar: Dynamical cluster masses from photometric surveys
  5. Horta, Danny: Correction to: The contribution of N-rich stars to the Galactic stellar halo using APOGEE red giants
  6. Doppel, Jessica E.: Modelling globular clusters in the TNG50 simulation: predictions from dwarfs to giant galaxies
  7. CCAT-Prime Collaboration: CCAT-prime Collaboration: Science Goals and Forecasts with Prime-Cam on the Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope
  8. Marchal, Antoine: On the Origin of the North Celestial Pole Loop
  9. Zari, Eleonora: Did the Milky Way just light up? The recent star formation history of the Galactic disc
  10. Boecker, Alina: The Origin of Stars in the Inner 500 Parsecs in TNG50 Galaxies
  11. Sivasankaran, Aneesh: Simulations of black hole fueling in isolated and merging galaxies with an explicit, multiphase ISM
  12. Reina-Campos, Marta: Introducing EMP-Pathfinder: modelling the simultaneous formation and evolution of stellar clusters in their host galaxies
  13. Laroche, Alexander: Quantum fluctuations masquerade as haloes: bounds on ultra-light dark matter from quadruply imaged quasars
  14. Chung, Dongwoo T.: Exploration of 3D wavelet scattering transform coefficients for line-intensity mapping measurements
  15. Williams, Thomas G.: PHANGS-JWST First Results: Spurring on Star Formation: JWST Reveals Localized Star Formation in a Spiral Arm Spur of NGC 628
  16. Kulkarni, Mihir: If Dark Matter is Fuzzy, the First Stars Form in Massive Pancakes
  17. Elia, D.: The Star Formation Rate of the Milky Way as Seen by Herschel
  18. Singh, Ayushi: Herschel Optimized Tau and Temperature (HOTT) Maps: Uncertainty Analysis and Robust Parameter Extraction
  19. Ye, Claire S.: Millisecond Pulsars in Dense Star Clusters: Evolution, Scaling Relations, and the Galactic-center Gamma-Ray Excess
  20. Horta, Danny: The chemical characterisation of halo substructure in the Milky Way based on APOGEE
  21. Samajdar, A.: Robust parameter estimation from pulsar timing data
  22. Pandhi, A.: A method for reconstructing the Galactic magnetic field using dispersion of fast radio bursts and Faraday rotation of radio galaxies
  23. Zanazzi, J. J.: Erratum: Eccentric tidal disruption event discs around supermassive black holes: dynamics and thermal emission
  24. Schatz, H.: Horizons: nuclear astrophysics in the 2020s and beyond
  25. Filippini, J. P.: In-Flight Gain Monitoring of SPIDER's Transition-Edge Sensor Arrays
  26. Frankel, Neige: Simulated Bars May Be Shorter but Are Not Slower Than Those Observed: TNG50 versus MaNGA
  27. Zeltyn, Grisha: A Transient "Changing-look" Active Galactic Nucleus Resolved on Month Timescales from First-year Sloan Digital Sky Survey V Data
  28. Hadden, Sam: celmech: A Python Package for Celestial Mechanics
  29. Viero, Marco P.: The early Universe was dust-rich and extremely hot
  30. Kim, Jaeyeon: Environmental dependence of the molecular cloud lifecycle in 54 main-sequence galaxies
  31. Dewberry, Janosz W.: Impacts of zonal winds on planetary oscillations and Saturn ring seismology
  32. Bhowmick, Aklant K.: Probing the z ≳ 6 quasars in a universe with IllustrisTNG physics: impact of gas-based black hole seeding models
  33. Sprenger, Tim: Double-lens scintillometry: the variable scintillation of pulsar B1508 + 55
  34. Padmanabhan, Hamsa: Intensity mapping from the sky: synergizing the joint potential of [O III] and [C II] surveys at reionization
  35. Yalinewich, Almog: The moving mirror model for fast radio bursts
  36. Dentler, Mona: Fuzzy dark matter and the Dark Energy Survey Year 1 data
  37. Wagg, T.: Gravitational Wave Sources in Our Galactic Backyard: Predictions for BHBH, BHNS, and NSNS Binaries Detectable with LISA
  38. Taank, Mukesh: Mapping the Thermal Condensation of Diffuse H I in the North Celestial Pole Loop
  39. Della Bruna, Lorenza: Stellar feedback in M 83 as observed with MUSE. II. Analysis of the H II region population: Ionisation budget and pre-SN feedback
  40. Lin, Hsiu-Hsien: BURSTT: Bustling Universe Radio Survey Telescope in Taiwan
  41. Jeffreson, Sarah M. R.: On the scale height of the molecular gas disc in Milky Way-like galaxies
  42. Park, Minjung: On the formation of massive quiescent galaxies with diverse morphologies in the TNG50 simulation
  43. Bino, Gianfranco: Synthetic Polarization Maps of an Outflow Zone from Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations
  44. Hadden, Sam: celmech
  45. Tapia, M.: The Mexico UK Sub-mm Camera for Astronomy (MUSCAT) on-sky commissioning: focal plane performance
  46. Essinger-Hileman, Thomas: EXCLAIM: the EXperiment for Cryogenic Large-Aperture Intensity Mapping
  47. Herbst, T. M.: Construction, testing, and commissioning of the SDSS-V Local Volume Mapper telescope system
  48. Leung, Calvin: Constraining primordial black holes using fast radio burst gravitational-lens interferometry with CHIME/FRB
  49. Kader, Zarif: High-time resolution search for compact objects using fast radio burst gravitational lens interferometry with CHIME/FRB
  50. Zang, Weicheng: OGLE-2018-BLG-0799Lb: a q 2.7 × 10<SUP>-3</SUP> planet with Spitzer parallax
  51. Lammers, Caleb: Candidate high-redshift protoclusters and lensed galaxies in the Planck list of high-z sources overlapping with Herschel-SPIRE imaging
  52. Li, Yuhao: Non-linear reconstruction of features in the primordial power spectrum from large-scale structure
  53. Jow, Dylan L.: Measuring lens dimensionality in extreme scattering events through wave optics
  54. Li, Zack: Simulated catalogs and maps of radio galaxies at millimeter wavelengths in Websky
  55. CHIME Collaboration: An Overview of CHIME, the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment
  56. Abbott, R.: Searches for Gravitational Waves from Known Pulsars at Two Harmonics in the Second and Third LIGO-Virgo Observing Runs
  57. Issaoun, Sara: Resolving the Inner Parsec of the Blazar J1924-2914 with the Event Horizon Telescope
  58. Sun, Jiayi: Molecular Cloud Populations in the Context of Their Host Galaxy Environments: A Multiwavelength Perspective
  59. Liu, Yulan: Long-term scintillation studies of EPTA pulsars. I. Observations and basic results
  60. Chime/Frb Collaboration, Andersen, Bridget C.: Sub-second periodicity in a fast radio burst
  61. Ma, Xiaoyi: Identification of stellar-mass black hole binaries and the validity of linear orbital motion approximation in microlensing
  62. Chung, Dongwoo T.: Cross-correlations between mm-wave line-intensity mapping and weak-lensing surveys: preliminary consideration of long-term prospects
  63. Liu, K.: Detection of quasi-periodic micro-structure in three millisecond pulsars with the Large European Array for Pulsars
  64. Reina-Campos, Marta: Radial distributions of globular clusters trace their host dark matter halo: insights from the E-MOSAICS simulations
  65. Thomsen, Mette Ramsgaard: Towards a transformational eco-metabolistic bio-based design framework in architecture
  66. Zhu, Wei: Two Candidate KH 15D-like Systems from the Zwicky Transient Facility
  67. Thompson, Christopher: Radio Emission of Pulsars. II. Coherence Catalyzed by Cerenkov-unstable Shear Alfvén Waves
  68. Thompson, Christopher: Radio Emission of Pulsars. I. Slow Tearing of a Quantizing Magnetic Field
  69. Breysse, Patrick C.: COMAP Early Science. VII. Prospects for CO Intensity Mapping at Reionization
  70. Rennie, Thomas J.: COMAP Early Science. VI. A First Look at the COMAP Galactic Plane Survey
  71. Chung, Dongwoo T.: COMAP Early Science. V. Constraints and Forecasts at z 3
  72. Ihle, Håvard T.: COMAP Early Science. IV. Power Spectrum Methodology and Results
  73. Foss, Marie K.: COMAP Early Science. III. CO Data Processing
  74. Lamb, James W.: COMAP Early Science. II. Pathfinder Instrument
  75. Cleary, Kieran A.: COMAP Early Science. I. Overview
  76. Lokken, M.: Superclustering with the Atacama Cosmology Telescope and Dark Energy Survey. I. Evidence for Thermal Energy Anisotropy Using Oriented Stacking
  77. Pandey, S.: Cross-correlation of Dark Energy Survey Year 3 lensing data with ACT and P l a n c k thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect observations. II. Modeling and constraints on halo pressure profiles
  78. Gatti, M.: Cross-correlation of Dark Energy Survey Year 3 lensing data with ACT and Planck thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect observations. I. Measurements, systematics tests, and feedback model constraints
  79. Yalinewich, Almog: Plug disintegration in gamma-ray burst jet eruption
  80. Brandner, Wolfgang: High-contrast, high-angular resolution view of the GJ 367 exoplanet system
  81. Tamayo, Daniel: A Criterion for the Onset of Chaos in Compact, Eccentric Multiplanet Systems
  82. Weinberg, David H.: Chemical Cartography with APOGEE: Mapping Disk Populations with a 2-process Model and Residual Abundances
  83. Abbott, R.: Narrowband Searches for Continuous and Long-duration Transient Gravitational Waves from Known Pulsars in the LIGO-Virgo Third Observing Run
  84. Wang, Lile: Dynamical Effects of Colliding Outflows in Binary Systems
  85. Rath, Jeremy: The Criterion for Chaos in Three-planet Systems
  86. Ocker, Stella Koch: The Large Dispersion and Scattering of FRB 20190520B Are Dominated by the Host Galaxy
  87. Gossan, Sarah: Exploring the multi-messenger Milky Way
  88. Landry, Philippe: Gravitational-wave Constraints on Neutron-star Matter
  89. Imig, Julie: 3D density modeling of the Milky Way disk
  90. Philip, Liju: COMAP Galactic Plane Survey and AME studies
  91. Crespo, Daniel: Assessing Environmental Benefits in the Hydro-economic Model of the Ebro Basin
  92. Baccour, Safa: Hydroeconomic Analysis for Climate Adaptation Guidance under Future Climate Water Stress
  93. Tamayo, Daniel: Celmech II: A universal integrable model for mean motion resonances in closely packed systems
  94. Hadden, Sam: Celestial mechanics with the celmech code
  95. Bannister, Michele: Interstellar planetesimals as diagnostics of galactic star-formation history
  96. Murray, Zachary: The Effects of Disk-induced Apsidal Precession on Planets Captured into Mean Motion Resonance
  97. Srivastava, Varun: Science-driven Tunable Design of Cosmic Explorer Detectors
  98. Fouvry, Jean-Baptiste: Secular Dynamics around a Supermassive black hole via Multipole Expansion
  99. Broderick, Avery E.: Characterizing and Mitigating Intraday Variability: Reconstructing Source Structure in Accreting Black Holes with mm-VLBI
  100. Georgiev, Boris: A Universal Power-law Prescription for Variability from Synthetic Images of Black Hole Accretion Flows
  101. Wielgus, Maciek: Millimeter Light Curves of Sagittarius A* Observed during the 2017 Event Horizon Telescope Campaign
  102. Farah, Joseph: Selective Dynamical Imaging of Interferometric Data
  103. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. VI. Testing the Black Hole Metric
  104. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. V. Testing Astrophysical Models of the Galactic Center Black Hole
  105. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. IV. Variability, Morphology, and Black Hole Mass
  106. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. III. Imaging of the Galactic Center Supermassive Black Hole
  107. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. II. EHT and Multiwavelength Observations, Data Processing, and Calibration
  108. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. I. The Shadow of the Supermassive Black Hole in the Center of the Milky Way
  109. Motloch, Pavel: Observational search for primordial chirality violations using galaxy angular momenta
  110. Motloch, Pavel: Correlating galaxy shapes and initial conditions: An observational study
  111. Breysse, Patrick C.: Mapping the Universe in hydrogen deuteride
  112. Dullemond, C. P.: On the equations of warped disc dynamics
  113. Chen, Yuran: Propagation of a strong fast wave in the magnetosphere of a neutron star
  114. Abdurro'uf: The Seventeenth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Surveys: Complete Release of MaNGA, MaStar, and APOGEE-2 Data
  115. Zanazzi, J. J.: A Tale of Two Circularization Periods
  116. Cosens, Maren: Kinematics and Feedback in H II Regions in the Dwarf Starburst Galaxy IC 10
  117. Chen, Alexander Y.: Relativistic Alfvén Waves Entering Charge-starvation in the Magnetospheres of Neutron Stars
  118. Zhu, Hong-Ming: Cosmic Tidal Reconstruction with Halo Fields
  119. Leung, J. S. -Y.: A Simulation-based Method for Correcting Mode Coupling in CMB Angular Power Spectra
  120. Landry, Philippe: The Mass Distribution of Neutron Stars in Gravitational-wave Binaries
  121. Mall, G.: Modelling annual scintillation arc variations in PSR J1643-1224 using the Large European Array for Pulsars
  122. Hughes, Meghan E.: The physics governing the upper truncation mass of the globular cluster mass function
  123. Lane, James M. M.: The kinematic properties of Milky Way stellar halo populations
  124. Antoniadis, J.: The International Pulsar Timing Array second data release: Search for an isotropic gravitational wave background
  125. Baker, Daniel: Interstellar interferometry: precise curvature measurement from pulsar secondary spectra
  126. Hernandez, David M.: Stepsize errors in the N-body problem: discerning Mercury's true possible long-term orbits
  127. Rohr, Eric: The galaxy-halo size relation of low-mass galaxies in FIRE
  128. Phillips, Siân G.: APOGEE detection of N-rich stars in the tidal tails of Palomar 5
  129. Wolz, Laura: H I constraints from the cross-correlation of eBOSS galaxies and Green Bank Telescope intensity maps
  130. Trujillo-Gomez, Sebastian: The emergence of dark matter-deficient ultra-diffuse galaxies driven by scatter in the stellar mass-halo mass relation and feedback from globular clusters
  131. Hincks, Adam D.: A high-resolution view of the filament of gas between Abell 399 and Abell 401 from the Atacama Cosmology Telescope and MUSTANG-2
  132. Ade, P. A. R.: A Constraint on Primordial B-modes from the First Flight of the SPIDER Balloon-borne Telescope
  133. McKee, James W.: Probing the Local Interstellar Medium with Scintillometry of the Bright Pulsar B1133 + 16
  134. Campbell, J. L.: A Comparison of Multiphase Magnetic Field Tracers in a High Galactic Latitude Region of the Filamentary Interstellar Medium
  135. Yan, Shi: Measuring Microlensing Parallax via Simultaneous Observations from Chinese Space Station Telescope and Roman Telescope
  136. Pîrvu, Dalila: Bubble clustering in cosmological first order phase transitions
  137. Legred, Isaac: Implicit correlations within phenomenological parametric models of the neutron star equation of state
  138. Pingel, N. M.: GASKAP-HI pilot survey science I: ASKAP zoom observations of HI emission in the Small Magellanic Cloud
  139. Kirsten, F.: A repeating fast radio burst source in a globular cluster
  140. Purver, M.: Removal and replacement of interference in tied-array radio pulsar observations using the spectral kurtosis estimator
  141. Remorov, Andrey: The propagation of strong shocks into planetary and stellar atmospheres with graded density profiles
  142. Chalumeau, A.: Noise analysis in the European Pulsar Timing Array data release 2 and its implications on the gravitational-wave background search
  143. Čejka, Tomáš: Risk and reward of the global truffle sector under predicted climate change
  144. Gossan, Sarah E.: Optimizing the Third Generation of Gravitational-wave Observatories for Galactic Astrophysics
  145. Abazajian, Kevork: CMB-S4: Forecasting Constraints on Primordial Gravitational Waves
  146. Liu, Qing: A Method to Characterize the Wide-angle Point-Spread Function of Astronomical Images
  147. Dewberry, Janosz W.: Dynamical Tidal Love Numbers of Rapidly Rotating Planets and Stars
  148. Cassanelli, T.: Localizing FRBs through VLBI with the Algonquin Radio Observatory 10 m Telescope
  149. Bilous, A. V.: Dual-frequency single-pulse study of PSR B0950+08
  150. Yavetz, Tomer D.: Construction of wave dark matter halos: Numerical algorithm and analytical constraints
  151. Givans, Jahmour J.: Quantum Yield and Charge Diffusion in the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope Infrared Detectors
  152. Heitsch, F.: Mass, morphing, metallicities: the evolution of infalling high velocity clouds
  153. Trapp, Cameron W.: Gas infall and radial transport in cosmological simulations of milky way-mass discs
  154. Main, R. A.: Scintillation time-scale measurement of the highly active FRB20201124A
  155. Marthi, V. R.: Burst properties of the highly active FRB20201124A using uGMRT
  156. Laguë, A.: Constraining ultralight axions with galaxy surveys
  157. Satapathy, Kaushik: The Variability of the Black Hole Image in M87 at the Dynamical Timescale
  158. Shen, Jeff: The Mass of the Milky Way from the H3 Survey
  159. Lintott, Chris: Predicting the Water Content of Interstellar Objects from Galactic Star Formation Histories
  160. Parent, E.: Study of 72 Pulsars Discovered in the PALFA Survey: Timing Analysis, Glitch Activity, Emission Variability, and a Pulsar in an Eccentric Binary
  161. Rybicki, K. A.: Single-lens mass measurement in the high-magnification microlensing event Gaia19bld located in the Galactic disc