Below is an exhaustive list of my publications, updated as of Jan 24, 2024. First-author works have their titles in bold; refereed works are marked with a guillemet (»). The names of directly-supervised students are underlined.

My full CV is also online as is my dissertation. ADS citation counts are shown in square brackets and were last updated around Jan 24, 2024. As of then, I was an author on 123 refereed publications (12 as first author), my h-index was 45 and my refereed publications had 11843 citations.

2024 Jan

Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA) Phase II Deployment and Commissioning

Berkhout et al. • submitted

2023 Dec

matvis: A matrix-based visibility simulator for fast forward modelling of many-element 21 cm arrays

Kittiwisit et al. • RAS Techniques and Instruments, submitted

2023 Dec

Bayesian estimation of cross-coupling and reflection systematics in 21cm array visibility data

Murphy et al. • MNRAS submitted

2023 Nov

Direct Optimal Mapping Image Power Spectrum and its Window Functions

Xu et al. • AAS journals, submitted

2022 Dec

A Novel JupyterLab User Experience for Interactive Data Visualization

PKGW et al. • to appear in proceedings of ADASS32

2023 Dec»

The Luminosity Phase Space of Galactic and Extragalactic X-ray Transients Out to Intermediate Redshifts

Polzin et al. • ApJ 959 75

2023 Sep»

Large Synthetic Data from the arχiv for OCR Post Correction of Historic Scientific Articles

Naiman et al. • TPDL 2023, pp. 265–274

2023 Sep»

Search for the Epoch of Reionisation with HERA: Upper Limits on the Closure Phase Delay Power Spectrum

Keller et al. • MNRAS 524 583

2023 Jul

Cross-scale physics and the acceleration of particles in collisionless plasmas throughout the Heliosphere and beyond: III. Radiation belts

Turner et al. • BAAS 55(3) 400

2023 Jul

Jupiter's radiation belts as a target for NASA's Heliophysics Division

Kollmann et al. • BAAS 55(3) 215

2023 Jul

Comprehensive Observations of Magnetospheric Particle Acceleration, Sources, and Sinks (COMPASS)

Clark et al. • BAAS 55(3) 067

2023 Jul»

Millimeter Observations of the Type II SN 2023ixf: Constraints on the Proximate Circumstellar Medium

Berger et al. • ApJL 951 31

2023 May

POETA SubMillimeter Array (SMA) Observations of SN 2023ixf

Berger et al. • TNS AstroNote 2023-131

2023 Apr»

Characterization Of Inpaint Residuals In Interferometric Measurements of the Epoch Of Reionization

Pagano et al. • MNRAS 520 5552

2023 Mar»

The Radio to GeV Afterglow of GRB 221009A

Laskar et al. • ApJL 946 23

2023 Mar»

Improved Constraints on the 21 cm EoR Power Spectrum and the X-Ray Heating of the IGM with HERA Phase I Observations

The HERA Collaboration et al. • ApJ 945 124

2023 Mar»

Impact of instrument and data characteristics in the interferometric reconstruction of the 21 cm power spectrum

Gorce et al. • MNRAS 520 375

2023 Feb»

The digitization of historical astrophysical literature with highly localized figures and figure captions

Naiman, PKGW, Goodman • 2023, International Journal on Digital Libraries, DOI:10.1007/s00799-023-00350-9

2023 Feb»

Bayesian jackknife tests with a small number of subsets: Application to HERA 21cm power spectrum upper limits

Wilensky et al. • MNRAS 518 6041

2022 Oct»

Direct Optimal Mapping for 21 cm Cosmology: A Demonstration with the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array

Xu et al. • ApJ 938 128

2022 Sep

The Tectonic Project: Envisioning a 21st-century TeX experience

PKGW • TUGboat 43(2) 120

2022 Aug»

The Astropy Project: Sustaining and Growing a Community-oriented Open-source Project and the Latest Major Release (v5.0) of the Core Package

Astropy Collaboration et al. • ApJ 935 167

2022 Aug»

Extragalactic Millimeter Transients in the Era of Next-generation CMB Surveys

Eftekhari et al. • ApJ 935 16

2022 Aug»

The First Short GRB Millimeter Afterglow: The Wide-angled Jet of the Extremely Energetic SGRB 211106A

Laskar et al. • ApJL 935 L11

2022 Jul

FastTract: Web-Based Exploratory Visualization of Gigapixel Astronomical Images

PKGW • presented at NSF CSSI PI meeting (Alexandria, VA)

2022 May»

Figure and Figure Caption Extraction for Mixed Raster and Vector PDFs: Digitization of Astronomical Literature with OCR Features

Naiman, PKGW, Goodman • TPDL 2022, pp. 52–67

2022 Apr

Building the UAT as a Community

Accomazzi et al. • BAAS 54(2) 019

2022 Feb»

First Results from HERA Phase I: Upper Limits on the Epoch of Reionization 21 cm Power Spectrum

Abdurashidova et al. • ApJ 925 221

2022 Jan»

Automated Detection of Antenna Malfunctions in Large-N Interferometers: A Case Study with the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array

Storer et al. • Radio Science 57 e07376

2022 Jan»

Validation of the HERA Phase I Epoch of Reionization 21 cm Power Spectrum Software Pipeline

Aguirre et al. • ApJ 924 85

2022 Jan»

HERA Phase I Limits on the Cosmic 21 cm Signal: Constraints on Astrophysics and Cosmology during the Epoch of Reionization

Abdurashidova et al. • ApJ 924 51

2022 Jan»

The Galactic Faraday rotation sky 2020

Hutschenreuter et al. • A&A 657 43

2022 Jan»

A Pilot Radio Search for Magnetic Activity in Directly Imaged Exoplanets

Cendes, PKGW, Berger • AJ 163 15

2021 Dec

JUpiters Global maGnetic Environment and RadiatioN ObservaTory (JUGGERNOT): A Mission to the Solar Systems Greatest Particle Accelerator

Clark et al. • AGU Fall Meeting 2021, id. SM22B-06

2021 Dec»

A Late-Time Galaxy-Targeted Search for the Radio Counterpart of GW190814

Alexander et al. • ApJ 923 66

2021 Nov

WorldWide Telescope Interactives in Online Astronomy Classes

Udomprasert, Houghton, PKGW • ASP Conf. Ser 531 159

2021 Oct»

Radio Observations of an Ordinary Outflow from the Tidal Disruption Event AT2019dsg

Cendes et al. • ApJ 919 127

2021 Sep

Open Access and AAS Publishing: The Big Picture

PKGW • BAAS 53 0204

2021 Sep»

Effects of model incompleteness on the drift-scan calibration of radio telescopes

Gehlot et al. • MNRAS 506 4578

2021 Aug»

Methods of Error Estimation for Delay Power Spectra in 21 cm Cosmology

Tan et al. • ApJS 255 26

2021 Jul»

A Real Time Processing System for Big Data in Astronomy: Applications to HERA

La Plante et al. • Astronomy and Computing, 36 100489

2021 May»

Late-Time Radio and Millimeter Observations of Superluminous Supernovae and Long Gamma Ray Bursts: Implications for Obscured Star Formation, Central Engines, and Fast Radio Bursts

Eftekhari et al. • ApJ 912 21

2021 Jan»

Understanding the HERA Phase I receiver system with simulations and its impact on the detectability of the EoR delay power spectrum

Fagnoni et al. • MNRAS 500 1232

2021 Jan

The Star Hunt

Tan et al. • AAS Meeting #237, 432.07

2020 Dec»

Developing a Real-Time Processing System for HERA

La Plante, PKGW, Dillon • URSI Radio Science Letters, 2, 0041

2020 Dec

Interactive Figures in the AAS Journals

PKGW • Proceedings of ADASS 29 (ASP Conference Series vol. 527), 225

2020 Oct»

Optical follow-up of gravitational wave triggers with DECam during the first two LIGO/VIRGO observing runs

Herner et al. • Astronomy and Computing, 33, 100425

2020 Oct»

Redundant-Baseline Calibration of the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array

Dillon et al. • MNRAS 499 5840–5861

2020 Oct»

A Late-time Radio Survey of Short Gamma-ray Bursts at z < 0.5: New Constraints on the Remnants of Neutron-star Mergers

Schroeder et al. • ApJ 902 82

2020 Jul»

Detection of Cosmic Structures using the Bispectrum Phase. II. First Results from Application to Cosmic Reionization Using the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array

Thyagarajan et al. • PhRvD 102(2) 022002

2020 Jul»

Measuring HERA’s primary beam in situ: methodology and first results

Nunhokee et al. • ApJ 897 5

2020 Jun»

Wandering Massive Black Holes or Analogs of the First Repeating Fast Radio Burst?

Eftekhari et al. • ApJ 895 98

2020 May»

Foreground modeling via Gaussian process regression: an application to HERA data

Ghosh et al. • MNRAS 495 2813

2020 May»

K2 Ultracool Dwarfs Survey - VI. White light superflares observed on an L5 dwarf and flare rates of L dwarfs

Paudel et al. • MNRAS 494 5751

2020 Apr»

Imaging and Modeling Data from the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array

Carilli et al. • ApJS 247 67

2020 Apr»

A measurement of the wind speed on a brown dwarf

Allers et al. • Science 368(6487) 169

2020 Mar

Chandra observations of GW170817 at 2.5 years since merger (All epochs 4 of 4)

Hajela et al. • GCN #27414

2020 Mar

Chandra observations of GW170817 2.5 years since merger (epoch 1 of 4)

Hajela et al. • GCN #27357

2020 Mar»

The Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array Sky Survey (VLASS). Science Case and Survey Design

Lacy et al. • PASP 132(1009) 035001

2020 Feb»

Absolute Calibration Strategies for the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array and their Impact on the 21 cm Power Spectrum

Kern et al. • ApJ 890 122

2020 Jan»

Mitigating Internal Instrument Coupling II: A Method Demonstration with the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array

Kern et al. • ApJ 888 70

2019 Nov»

Two years of non-thermal emission from the binary neutron star merger GW 170817: Rapid fading of the jet afterglow and first constraints on the kilonova fastest ejecta

Hajela et al. • ApJL 886 L17

2019 Nov»

emcee v3: A Python ensemble sampling toolkit for affine-invariant MCMC

Foreman-Mackey et al. • Journal of Open Source Software 4(43) 1864

2019 Oct»

A Galaxy-targeted Search for the Optical Counterpart of the Candidate NS–BH Merger S190814bv with Magellan

Gomez et al. • ApJL 884 L55

2019 Sep

IDEAS: Immersive Dome Experiences for Accelerating Science

Faherty et al. • BAAS 51(7) 212

2019 Sep

Sustaining Community-Driven Software for Astronomy in the 2020s

Tollerud et al. • BAAS 51(7) 180

2019 Sep

Chandra observations of GW170817 740–743 days since merger

Hajela et al. • GCN #25631

2019 Sep»

The HERA-19 Commissioning Array: Direction-dependent Effects

Kohn et al. • ApJ 882 58

2019 Sep»

Optimizing Sparse RFI Prediction using Deep Learning

Kerrigan et al. • MNRAS 488 2605

2019 Sep»

The Optical Afterglow of GW170817: An Off-axis Structured Jet and Deep Constraints on a Globular Cluster Origin

Fong et al. • ApJL 883 L1

2019 Aug

A Novel New Method for Measuring Windspeeds on Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs

Allers et al. • Extreme Solar Systems 4, 404.02

2019 Aug

LIGO/Virgo S190814bv : Magellan IMACS Spectrum of AT2019npv classified as a Type Ib supernova

Gomez et al. • GCN #25483

2019 Aug

LIGO/Virgo S190814bv : No Counterpart Candidates in Continued Galaxy Targeted Search with Magellan

Gomez et al. • GCN #25382

2019 Aug

LIGO/Virgo S190814bv : No Counterpart Candidates in Galaxy Targeted Search with Magellan

Gomez et al. • GCN #25366

2019 Jul»

Follow-up of the Neutron Star Bearing Gravitational-wave Candidate Events S190425z and S190426c with MMT and SOAR

Hosseinzadeh et al. • ApJL 880 L4

2019 Jul

A Tool and Workflow for Radio Astronomical “Peeling” in CASA

PKGW et al. • RNAAS 3 110

2019 May

LIGO/Virgo S190510g: Spectroscopic Classification of DECam-GROWTH and DES-GW Candidate DG19fqqk/desgw-190510c with Magellan.

Gomez et al. • GCN #24511

2019 May

Magnetism in the Brown Dwarf Regime

Kao et al. • BAAS 51(3) 484

2019 May

Advancing Understanding of the Star-Planet Ecosystem in the Next Decade: The Radio Wavelength Perspective

Osten et al. • BAAS 51(3) 434

2019 May

Radio Time-Domain Signatures of Magnetar Birth

Law et al. • BAAS 51(3) 319

2019 May

Gravity and Light: Combining Gravitational Wave and Electromagnetic Observations in the 2020s

Foley et al. • BAAS 51(3) 295

2019 May

High-Energy Photon and Particle Effects on Exoplanet Atmospheres and Habitability

Drake et al. • BAAS 51(3) 113

2019 May

X-ray Studies of Exoplanets

Wolk et al. • BAAS 51(3) 28

2019 May»

A Radio Source Coincident with the Superluminous Supernova PTF10hgi: Evidence for a Central Engine and an Analogue of the Repeating FRB121102?

Eftekhari et al. • ApJL 876 L10

2019 May

Transient Classification Report for 2019-05-02

Nicholl et al. • TNSCR 2019-693

2019 Apr

LIGO/Virgo S190425z: Spectroscopic observations of two ZTF candidates with SOAR.

Nicholl et al. • GCN #24321

2019 Apr

LIGO/Virgo S190426c: MMT Follow-Up Observations

Hosseinzadeh et al. • GCN #24292

2019 Apr

LIGO/Virgo S190425z: Further MMT Follow-Up Observations

Hosseinzadeh et al. • GCN #24244

2019 Apr

LIGO/Virgo S190425z: MMT Follow-Up Observations

Hosseinzadeh et al. • GCN #24182

2019 Apr»

First measurement of the Hubble constant from a dark standard siren using the Dark Energy Survey galaxies and the LIGO/Virgo binary-black-hole merger GW170814

Soares-Santos et al. • ApJL 876 L7

2019 Apr»

K2 Ultracool Dwarfs Survey — V. High superflare rates on rapidly rotating late-M dwarfs

Paudel et al. • MNRAS 486 1438

2019 Jan»

An Unexpectedly Small Emission Region Size Inferred from Strong High-Frequency Diffractive Scintillation in GRB 161219B

Alexander et al. • ApJ 870 67

2019 Jan»

Signs of accretion in the white dwarf + brown dwarf binary NLTT5306

Longstaff et al. • MNRAS 484 2566

2019 Jan

Tuning Into Brown Dwarfs: Long-Term Radio Monitoring of Two Ultracool Low-Mass Binaries

Van Linge et al. • AAS Meeting #233, 259.30

2018 Dec

Magnetic fields in forming stars with the ngVLA

Hull et al. • in ‘Science with a Next Generation Very Large Array’ (ISBN 978-1-58381-919-7), pp. 357–368

2018 Nov

White Light Flare Rates of M5-L5 dwarfs using K2 data

Paudel et al. • in the proceedings of Cool Stars 20 (Boston, MA, USA)

2018 Nov

Meter- to Millimeter Emission from Cool Stellar Systems: Latest Results, Synergies Across the Spectrum, and Outlook for the Next Decade

Forbrich et al. • in the proceedings of Cool Stars 20 (Boston, MA, USA)

2018 Aug»

First ALMA Light Curve Constrains Refreshed Reverse Shocks and Jet Magnetization in GRB 161219B

Laskar et al. • ApJ 862 94

2018 Aug»

A Decline in the X-ray through Radio Emission from GW170817 Continues to Support an Off-Axis Structured Jet

Alexander et al. • ApJ 863 18

2018 Jul»

K2 Ultracool Dwarfs Survey. IV. Monster Flares Observed on Young Brown Dwarf CFHT-BD-Tau 4

Paudel et al. • ApJ 861 76

2018 Jul»

Spitzer Space Telescope Infrared Observations of the Binary Neutron Star Merger GW170817

Villar et al. • ApJL 862 L11

2018 Jun»

A VLA study of high-redshift GRBs. II. The complex radio afterglow of GRB140304A: shell collisions and two reverse shocks

Laskar et al. • ApJ 859 134

2018 Jun»

The stellar rotation–activity relationship in fully convective M dwarfs

Wright et al. • MNRAS 479 2351

2018 Jun»

Associating Fast Radio Bursts with Extragalactic Radio Sources: General Methodology and a Search for a Counterpart to FRB 170107

Eftekhari et al. • ApJ 860 73

2018 May»

K2 Ultracool Dwarfs Survey. III. White Light Flares are Ubiquitous in M6-L0 Dwarfs

Paudel et al. • ApJ 858 55

2018 May»

An Empirical Study of Contamination in Deep, Rapid, and Wide-Field Optical Follow-Up of Gravitational Wave Events

Cowperthwaite et al. • ApJ 858 18

2018 May»

MOSFiT: Modular Open-Source Fitter for Transients

Guillochon et al. • ApJS 236 6

2018 Apr»

The Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array Dish III: Measuring Chromaticity of Prototype Element with Reflectometry

Patra et al. • ExA 45 177

2018 Mar»

The Binary Neutron Star event LIGO/VIRGO GW170817 160 days after merger: synchrotron emission across the electromagnetic spectrum

Margutti et al. • ApJL 856 L18

2018 Feb

Radio Emission from Ultracool Dwarfs

PKGW • in ‘Handbook of Exoplanets’, eds. Hans J. Deeg and Juan Antonio Belmonte (Springer, Cham)

2018 Feb»

A Precise Distance to the Host Galaxy of the Binary Neutron Star Merger GW170817 Using Surface Brightness Fluctuations

Cantiello et al. • ApJL 854 L31

2017 Dec»

Improved constraints on H0 from a combined analysis of gravitational-wave and electromagnetic emission from GW170817

Guidorzi et al. • ApJL 851 36

2017 Dec»

The combined ultraviolet, optical, and near-infrared light curves of the kilonova associated with the binary neutron star merger GW170817: homogenized data set, analytic models, and physical implications

Villar et al. • ApJL 851 L21

2017 Nov»

A Multi-telescope Campaign on FRB 121102: Implications for the FRB Population

Law et al. • ApJ 850 76

2017 Nov»

A gravitational-wave standard siren measurement of the Hubble constant

The LIGO Scientific Collaboration and The Virgo Collaboration et al. • Nature 551 85

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. VIII. A comparison to cosmological short-duration gamma-ray bursts

Fong et al. • ApJL 848 23

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. VII. Properties of the host galaxy and constraints on the merger timescale

Blanchard et al. • ApJL 848 22

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. VI. Radio constraints on a relativistic jet and predictions for late-time emission from the kilonova ejecta

Alexander et al. • ApJL 848 21

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. V. Rising X-ray emission from an off-axis jet

Margutti et al. • ApJL 848 20

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. IV. Detection of near-infrared signatures of r-process nucleosynthesis with Gemini-South

Chornock et al. • ApJL 848 19

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. III. Optical and UV spectra of a blue kilonova from fast polar ejecta

Nicholl et al. • ApJL 848 18

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. II. UV, optical, and near-IR light curves and comparison to kilonova models

Cowperthwaite et al. • ApJL 848 17

2017 Oct»

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW 170817. I. Discovery of the optical counterpart using the Dark Energy Camera

Soares-Santos et al. • ApJL 848 16

2017 Oct»

Multi-messenger Observations of a Binary Neutron Star Merger

LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration et al. • ApJL 848 12

2017 Oct»

A reverse shock and unusual radio properties in GRB 160625B

Alexander et al. • ApJ 848 69

2017 Sep

LIGO/Virgo G298048: ALMA upper limits on 98 GHz emission from SSS17a

Alexander et al. • LVC GCN #21935

2017 Aug

LIGO/Virgo G298048: ALMA upper limits on 98 GHz emission from SSS17a

PKGW, Alexander, Berger • LVC GCN #21750

2017 Aug

LIGO/Virgo G298048: Archival VLA observations

PKGW, Alexander, Berger • LVC GCN #21571

2017 Aug»

K2 Ultracool Dwarfs Survey II: The White Light Flare Rate of Young Brown Dwarfs

Gizis et al. • ApJ 845 33

2017 Jul»

Empirical constraints on the origin of fast radio bursts: volumetric rates and host galaxy demographics as a test of millisecond magnetar connection

Nicholl et al. • ApJ 843 84

2017 Jul

Radio Exploration of Planetary Habitability: Conference Summary

Lazio et al. • ArXiv-only posting, arxiv:1707.02107

2017 Jun

A Python Bungee Jump

PKGW • living document,

2017 Apr»

Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA)

DeBoer et al. • PASP 129 045001

2017 Mar»

K2 Ultracool Dwarfs Survey I: Photometry of an L Dwarf Superflare

Gizis et al. • ApJ 838 22

2017 Mar

Enabling New ALMA Science with Improved Support for Time-Domain Observations

Alexander et al. • ArXiv-only whitepaper, arxiv:1703.04692

2017 Jan»

Variable and Polarized Radio Emission from the T6 Brown Dwarf WISEP J112254.73+255021.5

PKGW, Gizis, Berger • ApJ 834 117

2016 Aug»

M Dwarf Activity in the Pan-STARRS 1 Medium-Deep Survey: First Catalog and Rotation Periods

Kado-Fong et al. • ApJ 833 281

2016 Oct»

WISEP J060738.65+242953.4: A Nearby. Pole-On L8 Brown Dwarf with Radio Emission

Gizis et al. • AJ 152 123

2016 Oct

The Astropy Problem

Muna et al. • Arxiv-only posting: arxiv:1610.03159

2016 Jun»

A DECam Search for an Optical Counterpart to the LIGO Gravitational Wave Event GW151226

Cowperthwaite et al. • ApJL 826 29

2016 Aug»

A Reverse Shock in GRB 160509A

Laskar et al. • ApJ 833 88

2016 Apr

Final results of VLA monitoring of the FRB 150418 host galaxy candidate spanning 35 days

PKGW & Berger • The Astronomer’s Telegram #8946

2016 Mar»

No precise localization for FRB 150418: claimed radio transient is AGN variability

PKGW & Berger • ApJL 821 L22

2016 Mar»

Discovery of an outflow from radio observations of the tidal disruption event ASASSN-14li

Alexander et al. • ApJL 813 L25

2016 Feb

Radio brightening of FRB 150418 host galaxy candidate

PKGW, Berger, Chornock • The Astronomer’s Telegram #8752

2015 Dec»

The first millimeter detection of a non-accreting ultracool dwarf

PKGW et al. • ApJ 815 64

2015 Dec»

Kepler Monitoring of an L Dwarf II. Clouds with Multiyear Lifetimes

Gizis et al. • ApJ 813 104

2015 Nov

The Case for Exoplanet Surveys at Radio Wavelengths

PKGW & Berger • Extreme Solar Systems III, 112.04

2015 Aug»

The Rotation Period and Magnetic Field of the T Dwarf 2MASSI J1047539+212423 Measured From Periodic Radio Bursts

PKGW & Berger • ApJ 808 189

2015 Jun»

Extragalactic Transients in the Era of Wide-Field Radio Surveys. I. Detection Rates and Light Curve Characteristics

Metzger, PKGW, Berger • ApJ 806 224

2015 Jan»

Simultaneous Multiwavelength Observations of Magnetic Activity in Ultracool Dwarfs. IV. The Active, Young Binary NLTT 33370 AB (=2MASS J13142039+1320011)

PKGW et al. • ApJ 799 192

2014 Jun

A Laboratory Introduction to git

PKGW • living document,

2014 Jun

The emergence of aurorae in ultra-cool stars: insights from radio variability

PKGW & Berger • Cool Stars 18, #384

2014 Mar»

Trends in Ultracool Dwarf Magnetism. II. The Inverse Correlation Between X-ray Activity and Rotation as Evidence for a Bimodal Dynamo

Cook, PKGW, Berger • ApJ 785 10

2014 Mar»

Trends in Ultracool Dwarf Magnetism. I. X-Ray Suppression and Radio Enhancement

PKGW, Cook, Berger • ApJ 785 9

2014 Jan

Magnetic Dynamos and X-Ray Activity in Ultracool Dwarfs (UCDs): Surprises in the Radio Band

PKGW, Cook, Berger • AAS Meeting #223, 441.11

2014 Jan

Magnetic Dynamos and X-ray Activity in Ultracool Dwarfs (UCDs): Constraining the Role of Rotation

Cook, PKGW, Berger • AAS Meeting #223, 441.10

2014 Jan

Radio Supernovae in the Local Universe

Kamble et al. • NRAO VLASS Whitepapers #13

2013 Dec

The observed rotation/activity relations of ultracool dwarfs

PKGW • MmSAI 84 1122

2013 Dec»

Kepler Monitoring of an L Dwarf I. The Photometric Period and White Light Flares

Gizis et al. • ApJ 779 172

2013 Apr»

Quasi-Quiescent Radio Emission from the First Radio-Emitting T Dwarf

PKGW, Berger, Zauderer • ApJ 767 L30

2013 Mar

Constraints on the Progenitor of SN 2013ai (=PSN J06161835-2122329) in NGC 2207

Milisavljevic et al. • The Astronomer’s Telegram #4862

2013 Feb»

VAST: An ASKAP Survey for Variables and Slow Transients

Murphy et al. • PASA 30 6

2013 Jan»

ASGARD: A Large Survey for Slow Galactic Radio Transients. I. Overview and First Results

PKGW et al. • ApJ 762 85

2012 Jun»

Rapid Development of Interferometric Software Using MIRIAD and Python

PKGW, Law, Bower • PASP 124 624

2012 Jan

The ATA Commensal Observing System

PKGW • Allen Telescope Array memo series #89

2011 Nov»

The Allen Telescope Array Pi GHz Sky Survey. II. Daily and Monthly Monitoring for Transients and Variability in the Boötes Field

Bower et al. • ApJ 739 76

2011 Jun»

Primary Beam and Dish Surface Characterization at the Allen Telescope Array by Radio Holography

Harp et al. • ITAP 59 2004

2011 Jun»

Millisecond Imaging of Radio Transients with the Pocket Correlator

Law et al. • ApJ 742 12

2011 Jun»

The 2010 May Flaring Episode of Cygnus X-3 in Radio, X-Rays, and γ-Rays

PKGW et al. • ApJ 733 L20

2011 Apr»

The Allen Telescope Array Twenty-centimeter Survey—A 700-square-degree, Multi-epoch Radio Data Set. II. Individual Epoch Transient Statistics

Croft et al. • ApJ 731 34

2011 Feb»

Spectropolarimetry with the Allen Telescope Array: Faraday Rotation Toward Bright Polarized Radio Galaxies

Law et al. • ApJ 728 57

2011 Jan

No Radio Flaring Detected from Cygnus X-3 at 3 GHz by Allen Telescope Array

PKGW et al. • The Astronomer’s Telegram #3135

2011 Jan

Coordinated Radio and High-Energy Observations of Cygnus X-3 with the Allen Telescope Array

PKGW et al. • AAS Meeting #217, 240.07

2010 Dec»

Primary-Beam Shape Calibration from Mosaicked, Interferometric Observations

Hull et al. • PASP 122 1510

2010 Dec»

The Allen Telescope Array Pi GHz Sky Survey. I. Survey Description and Static Catalog Results for the Boötes Field

Bower et al. • ApJ 725 1792

2010 Nov»

Erratum: “The Allen Telescope Array Twenty-centimeter Survey—A 690 deg², 12 Epoch Radio Dataset. I. Catalog and Long-Duration Transient Statistics” (2010, ApJ, 719, 45)

Croft et al. • ApJ 724 827

2010 Jul

Commensal observing with the Allen Telescope array: software command and control

Gutierrez-Kraybill et al. • SPIE 7740 77400Z-1

2010 Jun»

The Allen Telescope Array Twenty-centimeter Survey—A 690 deg², 12 Epoch Radio Dataset. I. Catalog and Long-Duration Transient Statistics

Croft et al. • ApJ 719 45

2010 Apr

The RFI Environment of Hat Creek Radio Observatory

PKGW • proceedings of “RFI Mitigation Workshop” (Groningen)

2010 Feb»

Evaluating the Calorimeter Model with Broadband, Continuous Spectra of Starburst Galaxies Observed with the Allen Telescope Array

PKGW & Bower • ApJ 710 1462

2010 Jan

The ATA Galactic Center Survey: Slow Radio Transients

PKGW, Bower, Allen Telescope Array Team • AAS Meeting #215, 403.03

2009 Dec

Results from the Allen Telescope Array: Launching the ATA Galactic Center Transient Survey

PKGW et al. • AAS Meeting #214, 601.03

2009 Aug»

The Allen Telescope Array: The First Widefield, Panchromatic, Snapshot Radio Camera for Radio Astronomy and SETI

Welch et al. • IEEEP 97 1438

2009 Jun

The Allen Telescope Array: The First Widefield, Panchromatic, Snapshot Radio Camera

van Leeuwen et al. • proceedings of “Panoramic Radio Astronomy: Wide-field 1-2 GHz research on galaxy evolution” (Groningen)

2009 Jun»

Old, Rich, and Eccentric: Two Jovian Planets Orbiting Evolved Metal-Rich Stars

Peek et al. • PASP 121 613

2009 Apr

Training the Next Generation of Astronomers

PKGW et al. • “Astro2010: The Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey” position paper #65

2009 Jan

Photometric Follow-up of the Transiting Exoplanet HAT-P-7b

Cabrera, Johnson, PKGW • AAS Meeting #213, 402.13

2009 Jan

Exploring the FIR-Radio Correlation With Continuous Spectra from the ATA

PKGW & Bower • AAS Meeting #213, 470.05

2008 Oct»

Measurement of the Spin-Orbit Angle of Exoplanet HAT-P-1b

Johnson et al. • ApJ 686 649

2008 Sep»

Erratum: “The Transit Light Curve Project. VII. The Not-So-Bloated Exoplanet HAT-P-1b” (2007, AJ, 134, 1707)

Winn et al. • AJ 136 1753

2008 Mar»

Retired A Stars and Their Companions. II. Jovian planets orbiting κ CrB and HD 167042

Johnson et al. • ApJ 675 784

2008 Jan

Broadband Spectra with the Allen Telescope Array

PKGW & Bower • AAS Meeting #211, 133.08

2007 Oct»

The Transit Light Curve Project. VII. The Not-So-Bloated Exoplanet HAT-P-1b

Winn et al. • AJ 134 1707

2006 Oct»

Resolving the Surfaces of Extrasolar Planets with Secondary Eclipse Light Curves

PKGW et al. • ApJ 649 1020

2004 Oct»

Multipixel characterization of imaging CZT detectors for hard X-ray imaging and spectroscopy

Vadawale et al. • SPIE 5540 22