Publications Acknowledging the FASRC Cluster

After Sept. 24, 2019
To acknowledge use of the Cannon cluster in your publications please use the following text as a guideline:
"The computations in this paper were run on the FASRC Cannon cluster supported by the FAS Division of Science Research Computing Group at Harvard University."
Prior to Sept. 24, 2019
To acknowledge use of Odyssey in your publications please use the following text as a guideline:
"The computations in this paper were run on the FASRC Odyssey cluster supported by the FAS Division of Science Research Computing Group at Harvard University."

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    2019 (19 publications)

    1. Austin Smith, Justin Riley, Muneeba Syed, Milan Kupcevic, Paul Edmon, Scott Yockel 2019. Exploring Untrusted Distributed Storage for High Performance Computing acm, 10.1145/3332186.3332224
    2. Phelan Yu, Lawrence W. Cheuk, Ivan Kozyryev, John M. Doyle 2019. A Scalable Quantum Computing Platform Using Symmetric-Top Molecules arXiv:1905.06439 [physics.atom-ph]
    3. Gaynor, S., Fagny, M., Lin, X., Platig, J. and Quackenbush, J. 2019. Connectivity of variants in eQTL networks dictates reproducibility and functionality bioRxiv, p.515551
    4. Li, K., Jacob, D.J., Liao, H., Shen, L., Zhang, Q. and Bates, K.H. 2019. Anthropogenic drivers of 2013–2017 trends in summer surface ozone in China Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(2), pp.422-427.
    5. Lynch, K.S., O'Connell, L.A., Louder, M.I., Balakrishnan, C.N. and Fischer, E.K. 2019. Understanding the Loss of Maternal Care in Avian Brood Parasites Using Preoptic Area Transcriptome Comparisons in Brood Parasitic and Non-parasitic Blackbirds G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, pp.g3-200992.
    6. Larson, D., Fang, S., Chen, W., Coulter, J., Torrisi, S. and Carr, S. 2019. Strain-dependent ab-initio tight binding Hamiltonians for T-type transition metal dichalcogenide Bulletin of the American Physical Society
    7. Larson, D., Fang, S., Chen, W., Coulter, J., Torrisi, S. and Carr, S. 2019. Strain-dependent ab-initio tight binding Hamiltonians for T-type transition metal dichalcogenides Bulletin of the American Physical Society.
    8. Carr, S., Fang, S., Zhu, Z. and Kaxiras, E. 2019. Minimal model for low-energy electronic states of twisted bilayer graphene arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.03420.
    9. Kreisch, C.D., Cyr-Racine, F.Y. and Doré, O. 2019. The Neutrino Puzzle: Anomalies, Interactions, and Cosmological Tensions arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.00534.
    10. Monsalve, R.A., Fialkov, A., Bowman, J.D., Rogers, A.E., Mozdzen, T.J., Cohen, A., Barkana, R. and Mahesh, N. 2019. Results from EDGES High-Band: III. New Constraints on Parameters of the Early Universe arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.10943.
    11. Moreno, J., Torrey, P., Ellison, S.L., Patton, D.R., Hopkins, P.F., Bueno, M., Hayward, C.C., Narayanan, D., Keres, D., Bluck, A.A. and Hernquist, L. 2019. Interacting galaxies on FIRE-2: The connection between enhanced star formation and interstellar gas conten arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.02305.
    12. Shultz, A.J. and Sackton, T.B. 2019. Immune genes are hotspots of shared positive selection across birds and mammals eLife, 8, p.e41815.
    13. Dagon, K. and Schrag, D.P. 2019. Quantifying the effects of solar geoengineering on vegetation Climatic Change, pp.1-17.
    14. Häse, F., Galván, I.F., Aspuru-Guzik, A., Lindh, R. and Vacher, M. 2019. How machine learning can assist the interpretation of ab initio molecular dynamics simulations and conceptual understanding of chemistry Chemical Science
    15. Ma, Q., Xu, S.Y., Shen, H., MacNeill, D., Fatemi, V., Chang, T.R., Valdivia, A.M.M., Wu, S., Du, Z., Hsu, C.H. and Fang, S. 2019. Observation of the nonlinear Hall effect under time-reversal-symmetric conditions Nature, 565(7739), p.337.
    16. Hassan, N., Mattheakis, M. and Ding, M. 2019. Sensorless Node Architecture for Events detection in Self-Powered Nanosensor Networks Nano Communication Networks, 19, pp.1-9.
    17. Tian, Y. and Kuang, Z. 2019. Why Does Deep Convection Have Different Sensitivities to Temperature Perturbations in the Lower versus Upper Troposphere? Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 76(1), pp.27-41.
    18. Schlafly, E.F., Meisner, A.M. and Green, G.M. 2019. The unWISE Catalog: Two Billion Infrared Sources from Five Years of WISE Imaging arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.03337.
    19. Balthazar, B., Rodriguez, V.A. and Yin, X. 2019. Long string scattering in c= 1 string theory Journal of High Energy Physics, 2019(1), p.173.

    2018 (74 publications)

    1. Suzgun, M., Belinkov Y., and Shieber, S. M. 2018. On Evaluating the Generalization of LSTM Models in Formal Languages arXiv:1811.01001v1
    2. Mattheakis, M., Tsironis, G.P. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Electronic Branched Flow in Graphene with Random Potential: Theory and Machine Learning Prediction arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.08217.
    3. Mattheakis, M., Tsironis, G. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Electronic Branched Flow in Graphene and Dirac Materials Bulletin of the American Physical Society.
    4. Liu, S.H., Bobb, J.F., Claus Henn, B., Schnaas, L., Tellez‐Rojo, M.M., Gennings, C., Arora, M., Wright, R.O., Coull, B.A. and Wand, M.P. 2018. Modeling the health effects of time‐varying complex environmental mixtures: Mean field variational Bayes for lagged kernel machine regression Environmetrics, p.e2504.
    5. Gu, M., Conroy, C. and Brammer, G. 2018. Coordinated Assembly of Brightest Cluster Galaxies arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.04520.
    6. Puri, A.W., Mevers, E., Ramadhar, T.R., Petras, D., Liu, D., Piel, J., Dorrestein, P.C., Greenberg, E.P., Lidstrom, M.E. and Clardy, J. 2018. Tundrenone: An Atypical Secondary Metabolite from Bacteria with Highly Restricted Primary Metabolism Journal of the American Chemical Society,140(6), pp.2002-2006.
    7. Zhang, Y., Kim, S., Feng, G., Wang, Y., Liu, L., Ceder, G. and Li, X. 2018. The Interaction between Cu and Fe in P2-Type NaxTMO2 Cathodes for Advanced Battery Performance Journal of The Electrochemical Society,165(7), pp.A1184-A1192.
    8. Lau, M., Ellison, A.M., Nguyen, A.D., Penick, C., DeMarco, B., Gotelli, N.J., Sanders, N., Dunn, R. and Cahan, S.H. 2018. Expanded view of the ecological genomics of ant responses to climate change bioRxiv, p.302679.
    9. Mattheakis, M., Tsironis, G.P. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Emergence and dynamical properties of stochastic branching in the electronic flows of disordered Dirac solids EPL (Europhysics Letters),122(2), p.27003.
    10. Komiske, P.T., Metodiev, E.M., Nachman, B. and Schwartz, M.D. 2018. Learning to classify from impure samples arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.10158. Info: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.241602
    11. Babcock, H.P. 2018. Multiplane and Spectrally-Resolved Single Molecule Localization Microscopy with Industrial Grade CMOS cameras Scientific reports,8(1), p.1726.
    12. Boulais, É., Sawaya, N.P., Veneziano, R., Andreoni, A., Banal, J.L., Kondo, T., Mandal, S., Lin, S., Schlau-Cohen, G.S., Woodbury, N.W. and Yan, H. 2018. Programmed coherent coupling in a synthetic DNA-based excitonic circuit Nature materials,17(2), p.159.
    13. Lunnan, R., Chornock, R., Berger, E., Jones, D.O., Rest, A., Czekala, I., Dittmann, J., Drout, M.R., Foley, R.J., Fong, W. and Kirshner, R.P. 2018. Hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae from the Pan-STARRS1 Medium Deep Survey The Astrophysical Journal,852(2), p.81.
    14. Carr, S., Massatt, D., Torrisi, S.B., Cazeaux, P., Luskin, M. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Relaxation and Domain Formation in Incommensurate 2D Heterostructures arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.06972.
    15. Gómez-Bombarelli, R., Wei, J.N., Duvenaud, D., Hernández-Lobato, J.M., Sánchez-Lengeling, B., Sheberla, D., Aguilera-Iparraguirre, J., Hirzel, T.D., Adams, R.P. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2018. Automatic chemical design using a data-driven continuous representation of molecules ACS central science,4(2), pp.268-276.
    16. Maier, M., Mattheakis, M., Kaxiras, E., Luskin, M. and Margetis, D. 2018. Universal behavior of a dispersive Dirac cone in gradient-index plasmonic metamaterials Physical Review B,97(3), p.035307.
    17. Larson, D.T. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Raman Spectrum of CrI 3: an ab-initio study.arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.10825.
    18. Metodiev, E.M. and Thaler, J. 2018. On the topic of jets arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.00008.
    19. Clements, T. and Denolle, M.A. 2018. Tracking Groundwater Levels using the Ambient Seismic Field Geophysical Research Letters. 45:13, 6459-6465
    20. Carr, S., Massatt, D., Luskin, M. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Duality between atomic configurations and Bloch states in twisted 2D bilayers arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.01242.
    21. Cloutier, A., Sackton, T.B., Grayson, P., Edwards, S.V. and Baker, A.J. 2018. First nuclear genome assembly of an extinct moa species, the little bush moa (Anomalopteryx didiformis) bioRxiv, p.262816.
    22. Munro, C., Siebert, S., Zapata, F., Howison, M., Serrano, A.D., Church, S.H., Goetz, F.E., Pugh, P.R., Haddock, S.H. and Dunn, C.W. 2018. Improved phylogenetic resolution within Siphonophora (Cnidaria) with implications for trait evolution Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
    23. O'Connor, C.R., Hiebel, F., Chen, W., Kaxiras, E., Madix, R.J. and Friend, C.M. 2018. Identifying key descriptors in surface binding: interplay of surface anchoring and intermolecular interactions for carboxylates on Au (110) Chemical science,9(15), pp.3759-3766.
    24. Holman, M.J., Payne, M.J., Fraser, W., Lacerda, P., Bannister, M.T., Lackner, M., Chen, Y.T., Lin, H.W., Smith, K.W., Kokotanekova, R. and Young, D. 2018. A dwarf planet class object in the 21: 5 resonance with Neptune The Astrophysical Journal Letters,855(1), p.L6.
    25. Kim, C., Daniels, M., Li, Y., Milbury, K. and Cohen, L. 2018. A Bayesian semiparametric latent variable approach to causal mediation Statistics in medicine,37(7), pp.1149-1161.
    26. Bediako, D.K., Rezaee, M., Yoo, H., Larson, D.T., Zhao, S.F., Taniguchi, T., Watanabe, K., Brower-Thomas, T.L., Kaxiras, E. and Kim, P. 2018. Heterointerface effects in the electrointercalation of van der Waals heterostructures Nature,558(7710), p.425.
    27. Sihi, D., Davidson, E.A., Chen, M., Savage, K.E., Richardson, A.D., Keenan, T.F. and Hollinger, D.Y. 2018. Merging a mechanistic enzymatic model of soil heterotrophic respiration into an ecosystem model in two AmeriFlux sites of northeastern USA Agricultural and Forest MeteorologyVolume 252, 15 April 2018, Pages 155-166
    28. Schlafly, E.F., Green, G.M., Lang, D., Daylan, T., Finkbeiner, D.P., Lee, A., Meisner, A.M., Schlegel, D. and Valdes, F. 2018. The DECam Plane Survey: Optical photometry of two billion objects in the southern Galactic plane The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series,234(2), p.39.
    29. Danehkar, A., Nowak, M.A., Lee, J.C., Kriss, G.A., Young, A.J., Hardcastle, M.J., Chakravorty, S., Fang, T., Neilsen, J., Rahoui, F. and Smith, R.K. 2018. The Ultra-Fast Outflow of the Quasar PG 1211+ 143 as Viewed by Time-Averaged Chandra Grating Spectroscopy The Astrophysical Journal,853(2), p.165.
    30. Bopp, S., Magistrado, P., Wong, W., Schaffner, S.F., Mukherjee, A., Lim, P., Dhorda, M., Amaratunga, C., Woodrow, C.J., Ashley, E.A. and White, N.J. 2018. Plasmepsin II–III copy number accounts for bimodal piperaquine resistance among Cambodian Plasmodium falciparum Nature communications,9(1), p.1769.
    31. Bennett, D.I., Maly, P., Kreisbeck, C., van Grondelle, R. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2018. Mechanistic Regimes of Vibronic Transport in a Heterodimer and the Design Principle of Incoherent Vibronic Transport in Phycobiliproteins The journal of physical chemistry letters,9(10), pp.2665-2670.
    32. Kaye, B., Stiehl, O., Foster, P.J., Shelley, M.J., Needleman, D.J. and Fürthauer, S. 2018. Measuring and modeling polymer concentration profiles near spindle boundaries argues that spindle microtubules regulate their own nucleation New Journal of Physics,20(5), p.055012.
    33. Espeland, M., Breinholt, J., Willmott, K.R., Warren, A.D., Vila, R., Toussaint, E.F., Maunsell, S.C., Aduse-Poku, K., Talavera, G., Eastwood, R. and Jarzyna, M.A. 2018. A comprehensive and dated phylogenomic analysis of butterflies Current Biology,28(5), pp.770-778.
    34. Häse, F., Roch, L.M., Kreisbeck, C. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2018. PHOENICS: A universal deep Bayesian optimizer arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.01469.
    35. Tuite, A.R., Rönn, M.M., Wolf, E.E., Gift, T.L., Chesson, H.W., Berruti, A., Galer, K., Menzies, N.A., Hsu, K., Salomon, J.A. and Tuite, A. 2018. Estimated impact of screening on gonorrhea epidemiology in the United States: insights from a mathematical model Sexually transmitted diseases.
    36. Scolnic, D.M., Jones, D.O., Rest, A., Pan, Y.C., Chornock, R., Foley, R.J., Huber, M.E., Kessler, R., Narayan, G., Riess, A.G. and Rodney, S. 2018. The Complete Light-curve Sample of Spectroscopically Confirmed SNe Ia from Pan-STARRS1 and Cosmological Constraints from the Combined Pantheon Sample The Astrophysical Journal,859(2), p.101.
    37. Arnold, B.J., Gutmann, M.U., Grad, Y.H., Sheppard, S.K., Corander, J., Lipsitch, M. and Hanage, W.P. 2018. Weak Epistasis May Drive Adaptation in Recombining Bacteria Genetics, pp.genetics-300662.
    38. Barutcu, A.R., Maass, P.G., Lewandowski, J.P., Weiner, C.L. and Rinn, J.L. 2018. A TAD boundary is preserved upon deletion of the CTCF-rich Firre locus Nature communications,9(1), p.1444.
    39. Sundar, V., Gelbwaser-Klimovsky, D. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2018. Reproducing Quantum Probability Distributions at the Speed of Classical Dynamics: A New Approach for Developing Force-Field Functors The journal of physical chemistry letters,9(7), pp.1721-1727.
    40. Wong, W., Wenger, E.A., Hartl, D.L. and Wirth, D.F. 2018. Modeling the genetic relatedness of Plasmodium falciparum parasites following meiotic recombination and cotransmission PLoS computational biology,14(1), p.e1005923.
    41. Fraser, K. and Schwartz, M.D. 2018. Jet Charge and Machine Learning arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.08066.
    42. Papamokos, G., Wudarczyk, J., Graf, R., Schollmeyer, D., Baumgarten, M., Müllen, K. and Floudas, G. 2018. Dipolar Relaxation in Functionalized Poly-p-phenylenes Bearing Ultrastrong Dipoles Perpendicular to the Backbone Macromolecules,51(9), pp.3330-3339.
    43. Wang, G., Moffitt, J.R. and Zhuang, X. 2018. Multiplexed imaging of high-density libraries of RNAs with MERFISH and expansion microscopy Scientific reports,8(1), p.4847.
    44. Yu, S. and Lemos, B. 2018. The long-range interaction map of ribosomal DNA arrays PLoS genetics,14(3), p.e1007258.
    45. Jones, D.O., Scolnic, D.M., Riess, A.G., Rest, A., Kirshner, R.P., Berger, E., Kessler, R., Pan, Y.C., Foley, R.J., Chornock, R. and Ortega, C.A. 2018. Measuring Dark Energy Properties with Photometrically Classified Pan-STARRS Supernovae. II. Cosmological Parameters The Astrophysical Journal,857(1), p.51.
    46. Neagu, I.A., Olejarz, J., Freeman, M., Rosenbloom, D.I., Nowak, M.A. and Hill, A.L. 2018. Life cycle synchronization is a viral drug resistance mechanism PLoS computational biology,14(2), p.e1005947.
    47. Lee, A., Green, G.M., Schlafly, E.F., Finkbeiner, D.P., Burgett, W., Chambers, K., Flewelling, H., Hodapp, K., Kaiser, N., Kudritzki, R.P. and Magnier, E. 2018. A Color-locus Method for Mapping RV Using Ensembles of Stars The Astrophysical Journal,854(2), p.79.
    48. Zhu, Q., Vasiliev, E., Li, Y. and Jing, Y. 2018. Primordial black holes as dark matter: constraints from compact ultra-faint dwarfs Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,476(1), pp.2-11.
    49. Patel, E., Besla, G., Mandel, K. and Sohn, S.T. 2018. Estimating the Mass of the Milky Way Using the Ensemble of Classical Satellite Galaxies The Astrophysical Journal,857(2), p.78.
    50. Carr, S., Fang, S., Jarillo-Herrero, P. and Kaxiras, E. 2018. Pressure dependence of the magic twist angle in graphene superlattices arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.05078.
    51. Hadden, S., Li, G., Payne, M.J. and Holman, M.J. 2018. Chaotic Dynamics of Trans-Neptunian Objects Perturbed by Planet Nine The Astronomical Journal,155(6), p.249.
    52. You, J.S., Fang, S., Xu, S.Y., Kaxiras, E. and Low, T. 2018. The Berry curvature dipole current in transition metal dichalcogenides family arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.02157.
    53. Danehkar, A. 2018. Bi-abundance ionization structure of the Wolf-Rayet planetary nebula PB 8 arXiv preprintarXiv:1801.00892.
    54. Kim, S.I., De Medeiros, B.A., Byun, B.K., Lee, S., Kang, J.H., Lee, B. and Farrell, B.D. 2018. West meets east: How do rainforest beetles become circum-Pacific? Evolutionary origin of Callipogon relictus and allied species (Cerambycidae: Prioninae) in the New and Old Worlds Molecular phylogenetics and evolution.
    55. Friedman, L.E., Zhong, Q.Y., Gelaye, B., Williams, M.A. and Peterlin, B.L. 2018. Association Between Migraine and Suicidal Behaviors: A Nationwide Study in the USA Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain,58(3), pp.371-380.
    56. Zhong, Q.Y., Gelaye, B., Smoller, J.W., Avillach, P., Cai, T. and Williams, M.A. 2018. Adverse obstetric outcomes during delivery hospitalizations complicated by suicidal behavior among US pregnant women PloS one,13(2), p.e0192943.
    57. Sackton, T.B., Grayson, P., Cloutier, A., Hu, Z., Liu, J.S., Wheeler, N.E., Gardner, P.P., Clarke, J.A., Baker, A.J., Clamp, M. and Edwards, S.V. 2018. Convergent regulatory evolution and the origin of flightlessness in palaeognathous birds BioRxiv, p.262584.
    58. Metodiev, E.M. and Thaler, J. 2018. On the Topic of Jets arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.00008.
    59. Green, G.M., Schlafly, E.F., Finkbeiner, D., Rix, H.W., Martin, N., Burgett, W., Draper, P.W., Flewelling, H., Hodapp, K., Kaiser, N. and Kudritzki, R.P. 2018. Galactic Reddening in 3D from Stellar Photometry-An Improved Map arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.03555.
    60. Perol, T., Gharbi, M. and Denolle, M. 2018. Convolutional neural network for earthquake detection and location Science Advances,4(2), p.e1700578.
    61. Danehkar, A., Nowak, M.A., Lee, J.C., Kriss, G.A., Young, A.J., Hardcastle, M.J., Chakravorty, S., Fang, T., Neilsen, J., Rahoui, F. and Smith, R.K. 2018. The Ultra-Fast Outflow of the Quasar PG 1211+ 143 as viewed by time-averaged Chandra grating spectroscopy The Astrophysical Journal, 853(2), p.165.
    62. Espeland, M., Breinholt, J., Willmott, K.R., Warren, A.D., Vila, R., Toussaint, E.F., Maunsell, S.C., Aduse-Poku, K., Talavera, G., Eastwood, R. and Jarzyna, M.A. 2018. A Comprehensive and Dated Phylogenomic Analysis of Butterflies Current Biology.
    63. Jinich, A., Sanchez-Lengeling, B., Ren, H., Harman, R. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2018. A mixed quantum chemistry/machine learning approach for the fast and accurate prediction of biochemical redox potentials and its large-scale application to 315,000 redox reactions bioRxiv, p.245357.
    64. Lunnan, R., Chornock, R., Berger, E., Jones, D.O., Rest, A., Czekala, I., Dittmann, J., Drout, M.R., Foley, R.J., Fong, W. and Kirshner, R.P. 2018. Hydrogen-poor Superluminous Supernovae from the Pan-STARRS1 Medium Deep Survey The Astrophysical Journal,852(2), p.81.
    65. Jinich, A., Sanchez-Lengeling, B., Ren, H., Goldford, J.E., Noor, E., Sanders, J.N., Segre, D. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2018. The thermodynamic landscape of carbon redox biochemistry bioRxiv, p.245811.
    66. Cloutier, A., Sackton, T.B., Grayson, P., Clamp, M., Baker, A.J. and Edwards, S.V. 2018. Whole-genome analyses resolve the phylogeny of flightless birds (Palaeognathae) in the presence of an empirical anomaly zone bioRxiv, p.262949.
    67. Cloutier, A., Sackton, T.B., Grayson, P., Clamp, M., Baker, A.J. and Edwards, S.V. 2018. Phylogenomic analyses resolve historically contentious relationships within the Palaeognathae in the presence of an empirical anomaly zone bioRxiv, p.262949.
    68. O'Connor, C.R., Hiebel, F., Chen, W., Kaxiras, E., Madix, R.J. and Friend, C. 2018. Identifying key descriptors in surface binding: Interplay of surface anchoring and intermolecular interactions for carboxylates on Au (110) Chemical Science.
    69. Hu, Z., Sackton, T.B., Edwards, S.V. and Liu, J.S. 2018. A hierarchical Bayesian model for detecting convergent rate changes of conserved noncoding elements on phylogenetic trees bioRxiv, p.260745.
    70. Wang, M., Branco, A.T. and Lemos, B. 2018. The Y chromosome modulates splicing and sex-biased intron retention rates in Drosophila Genetics, 208(3), pp.1057-1067.
    71. Mocz, P., Lancaster, L., Fialkov, A. and Becerra, F. 2018. On the Schrodinger-Poisson--Vlasov-Poisson correspondence arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.03507.
    72. Muralidhar, P. and Veller, C. 2018. Sexual antagonism and the instability of environmental sex determination Nature ecology & evolution, p.1.
    73. Leja, J., Johnson, B.D., Conroy, C. and van Dokkum, P. 2018. Hot Dust in Panchromatic SED Fitting: Identification of Active Galactic Nuclei and Improved Galaxy Properties The Astrophysical Journal, 854(1), p.62.
    74. de Medeiros, B.A. and Farrell, B.D. 2018. Whole-genome amplification in double-digest RADseq results in adequate libraries but fewer sequenced loci PeerJ, 6, p.e5089

    2017 (59 publications)

    1. Mehr, S. A., Kotler, J., Howard, R. M., Haig, D., & Krasnow, M. M. 2017. Genomic imprinting is implicated in the psychology of music Psychological Science, 28(10), 1455–1467
    2. DeVries, P.M., Thompson, T.B. and Meade, B.J. 2017. Enabling large‐scale viscoelastic calculations via neural network acceleration Geophysical Research Letters,44(6), pp.2662-2669.
    3. Carr, S., Massatt, D., Fang, S., Cazeaux, P., Luskin, M. and Kaxiras, E. 2017. Twistronics: Manipulating the electronic properties of two-dimensional layered structures through their twist angle Physical Review B,95(7), p.075420.
    4. Komiske, P.T., Metodiev, E.M., Nachman, B. and Schwartz, M.D. 2017. Pileup Mitigation with Machine Learning (PUMML) arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.08600. Info: https://doi.org/10.1007/JHEP12%282017%29051
    5. Jiang, X., Shao, L., Zhang, S.X., Yi, X., Wiersig, J., Wang, L., Gong, Q., Lončar, M., Yang, L. and Xiao, Y.F. 2017. Chaos-assisted broadband momentum transformation in optical microresonators. Science, 358(6361), pp.344-347 Mathis, M.W., Mathis, A. and Uchida, N., 2017. Somatosensory cortex plays an essential role in forelimb motor adaptation in mice.Neuron,93(6), pp.1493-1503.
    6. Tigano, A., Sackton, T.B. and Friesen, V.L. 2017. Assembly and RNA‐free annotation of highly heterozygous genomes: The case of the thick‐billed murre (Uria lomvia) Molecular Ecology Resources.
    7. Levin, B.J., Huang, Y.Y., Peck, S.C., Wei, Y., Martínez-del Campo, A., Marks, J.A., Franzosa, E.A., Huttenhower, C. and Balskus, E.P. 2017. A prominent glycyl radical enzyme in human gut microbiomes metabolizes trans-4-hydroxy-L-proline Science, 355(6325), p.eaai8386.
    8. Schwentner, M., Combosch, D.J., Nelson, J.P. and Giribet, G. 2017. A Phylogenomic Solution to the Origin of Insects by Resolving Crustacean-Hexapod Relationships Current Biology.
    9. Di, Q., Wang, Y., Zanobetti, A., Wang, Y., Koutrakis, P., Choirat, C., Dominici, F. and Schwartz, J.D. 2017. Air pollution and mortality in the Medicare population New England Journal of Medicine, 376(26), pp.2513-2522.
    10. Romero, J., Babbush, R., McClean, J.R., Hempel, C., Love, P. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2017. Strategies for quantum computing molecular energies using the unitary coupled cluster ansatz arXiv preprintarXiv:1701.02691.
    11. Grånäs, O., Kolesov, G. and Kaxiras, E. 2017. Impact of Vibrations and Electronic Coherence on Electron Transfer in Flat Molecular Wires MRS Advances, 2(14), pp.811-816.
    12. Hopkins, M., Mitzenmacher, M. and Wagner-Carena, S. 2017. Simulated Annealing for JPEG Quantization arXiv preprintarXiv:1709.00649.
    13. Babcock, H. 2017. Multiplane and Spectrally-Resolved Single Molecule Localization Microscopy with Industrial Grade CMOS Cameras bioRxiv, p.186544.
    14. Haehn, D., Hoffer, J., Matejek, B., Suissa-Peleg, A., Al-Awami, A.K., Kamentsky, L., Gonda, F., Meng, E., Zhang, W., Schalek, R. and Wilson, A. 2017. August. Scalable Interactive Visualization for Connectomics Informatics(Vol. 4, No. 3, p. 29). Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.
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    39. Mostame, S., Huh, J., Kreisbeck, C., Kerman, A.J., Fujita, T., Eisfeld, A. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2017. Emulation of complex open quantum systems using superconducting qubits Quantum Information Processing,16(2), p.44.
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    2016 (54 publications)

    1. Cheron, N., Serohijos, A.W.R., Choi, J.M., and Shakhnovich, E. I. 2016. Evolutionary dynamics of viral escape under antibodies stress: A biophysical model. Protein Science, 25, pp.1332.
    2. Cheron, N., Serohijos, A.W.R., Choi, J.M., and Shakhnovich, E. I. 2016. Evolutionary dynamics of viral escape under antibodies stress: A biophysical model Protein Science, 25, pp.1332.
    3. Ishihara, K., Korolev, K.S. and Mitchison, T.J. 2016. Physical basis of large microtubule aster growth eLife,5, p.e19145.
    4. Di, Q., Kloog, I., Koutrakis, P., Lyapustin, A., Wang, Y. and Schwartz, J. 2016. Assessing PM2. 5 exposures with high spatiotemporal resolution across the continental United States Environmental science & technology, 50(9), pp.4712-4721.
    5. Komiske, P.T., Metodiev, E.M. and Schwartz, M.D. 2016. Deep learning in color: towards automated quark/gluon jet discrimination Journal of High Energy Physics2017:110
    6. Lemer, S., Gonzalez, V.L., Bieler, R. and Giribet, G. 2016. Cementing mussels to oysters in the pteriomorphian tree: a phylogenomic approach Proc. R. Soc. B, 283, pp.20160857.
    7. Choi, J., Dotter, A., Conroy, C., Cantiello, M., Paxton, B. and Johnson, B.D. 2016. Mesa Isochrones and Stellar Tracks (MIST). I. Solar-scaled Models The Astrophysical Journal, 823, pp.102.
    8. Ting, Yuan-Sen, Conroy, C. and Rix, Hans-Walter 2016. Accelerated Fitting of Stellar Spectra The Astrophysical Journal, 826, pp.83.
    9. Gu, M., Conroy, C. and Behroozi, P. 2016. Hierarchical Galaxy Growth and Scatter in the Stellar Mass -- Halo Mass Relation The Astrophysical Journal, 833, pp.2.
    10. Rix, Hans-Walter, Ting, Yuan-Sen, Conroy, C. and Hogg, David W. 2016. Constructing Polynomial Spectral Models for Stars The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 826, pp.L25.
    11. Leja, J., Johnson, Benjamin D., Conroy, C., van Dokkum, P.G. and Byler, N. 2016. Deriving Physical Properties from Broadband Photometry with Prospector: Description of the Model and a Demonstration of its Accuracy Using 129 Galaxies in the Local Universe arXiv preprintarXiv:1609.09073
    12. Mistani, P.A., Sales, L.V., Pillepich, A., Sanchez-Janssen, R., Vogelsberger, M., Nelson, D., Rodriguez-Gomez, V. , Torrey, P. and Hernquist, L. 2016. On the assembly of dwarf galaxies in clusters and their efficient formation of globular clusters Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 455, pp.2323--2336.
    13. Blecha, L., Sijacki, D., Kelley, L.Z., Torrey, P., Vogelsberger, M., Nelson, D., Springel, V., Snyder, G. and Hernquist, L. 2016. Recoiling black holes: prospects for detection and implications of spin alignment Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 456, pp.961--989.
    14. Bray, A.D. , Pillepich, A., Sales, L. V., Zhu, E., Genel, S., Rodriguez-Gomez, V., Torrey, P. Nelson, D., Vogelsberger, M., Springel, V. and others 2016. Modelling galactic conformity with the colour--halo age relation in the Illustris simulation Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 455, pp.185--198.
    15. Rodriguez-Gomez, V., Sales, L.V., Genel, S., Pillepich, A., Zjupa, J., Nelson, D., Griffen, B., Torrey, P., Snyder, G.F., Vogelsberger, M. and others 2016. The role of mergers and halo spin in shaping galaxy morphology arXiv preprintarXiv:1609.09498.
    16. Rodriguez-Gomez, V., Pillepich, A., Sales, L.V., Genel, S., Vogelsberger, M., Zhu, Q., Wellons, S., Nelson, D., Torrey, P., Springel, V. and Ma, C.P. 2016. The stellar mass assembly of galaxies in the Illustris simulation: growth by mergers and the spatial distribution of accreted stars Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 458(3), pp.2371-2390.
    17. Kannan, R., Springel, V., Pakmor, R., Marinacci, F. and Vogelsberger, M. 2016. Accurately simulating anisotropic thermal conduction on a moving mesh Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 458(1), pp.410-424.
    18. McKinnon, R., Torrey, P. and Vogelsberger, M. 2016. Dust formation in Milky Way-like galaxies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 457(4), pp.3775-3800.
    19. Mocz, P., Pakmor, R., Springel, V., Vogelsberger, M., Marinacci, F. and Hernquist, L. 2016. A moving mesh unstaggered constrained transport scheme for magnetohydrodynamics Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 463(1), pp.477-488.
    20. Nierenberg, A.M., Treu, T., Menci, N., Lu, Y., Torrey, P. and Vogelsberger, M. 2016. The missing satellite problem in 3D Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 462(4), pp.4473-4481.Vancouver
    21. Taylor, C., Boylan-Kolchin, M., Torrey, P., Vogelsberger, M. and Hernquist, L. 2016. The mass profile of the Milky Way to the virial radius from the Illustris simulation Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 461(4), pp.3483-3493.
    22. Nelson, D., Genel, S., Pillepich, A., Vogelsberger, M., Springel, V. and Hernquist, L. 2016. Zooming in on accretion–I. The structure of halo gas Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 460(3), pp.2881-2904.
    23. Vogelsberger, M., Zavala, J., Cyr-Racine, F.Y., Pfrommer, C., Bringmann, T. and Sigurdson, K. 2016. ETHOS–an effective theory of structure formation: dark matter physics as a possible explanation of the small-scale CDM problems Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 460(2), pp.1399-1416.
    24. Popa, C., Naoz, S., Marinacci, F. and Vogelsberger, M. 2016. Gas-rich and gas-poor structures through the stream velocity effect Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 460(2), pp.1625-1639.
    25. Griffen, B.F., Ji, A.P., Dooley, G.A., Gómez, F.A., Vogelsberger, M., O’Shea, B.W. and Frebel, A. 2016. The Caterpillar Project: A Large Suite of Milky Way Sized Halos The Astrophysical Journal, 818(1), p.10.
    26. Kannan, R., Vogelsberger, M., Stinson, G.S., Hennawi, J.F., Marinacci, F., Springel, V. and Maccio, A.V. 2016. Galaxy formation with local photoionization feedback–II. Effect of X-ray emission from binaries and hot gas Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 458(3), pp.2516-2529.
    27. Torri, G. and Kuang, Z. 2016. A Lagrangian study of precipitation-driven downdrafts Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 73(2), pp.839-854.
    28. Torri, G. and Kuang, Z. 2016. Rain evaporation and moist patches in tropical boundary layers Geophysical Research Letters, 43(18), pp.9895-9902.
    29. Tian, Y. and Kuang, Z. 2016. Dependence of entrainment in shallow cumulus convection on vertical velocity and distance to cloud edge Geophysical Research Letters, 43(8), pp.4056-4065.
    30. Singh, M.S., Kuang, Z. and Tian, Y. 2016. Eddy influences on the strength of the Hadley circulation: dynamic and thermodynamic perspectives Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, (2016).
    31. Singh, M.S. and Kuang, Z. 2016. Exploring the role of eddy momentum fluxes in determining the characteristics of the equinoctial Hadley circulation: Fixed-SST simulations Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 73(6), pp.2427-2444.
    32. Nie, J., Kuang, Z., Jacob, D.J. and Guo, J. 2016. Representing effects of aqueous phase reactions in shallow cumuli in global models Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121(10), pp.5769-5787.
    33. Moore, M., Blossey, P.N., Muhlbauer, A. and Kuang, Z. 2016. Microphysical controls on the isotopic composition of wintertime orographic precipitation Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121(12), pp.7235-7253.
    34. Ma, D., Hassanzadeh, P. and Kuang, Z. 2016. Quantifying the eddy-jet feedback strength of the annular mode in an idealized GCM and the reanalysis data Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, (2016).
    35. Hassanzadeh, P. and Kuang, Z. 2016. The Linear Response Function of an Idealized Atmosphere. Part II: Implications for the Practical Use of the Fluctuation–Dissipation Theorem and the Role of Operator’s Nonnormality Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences,73(9), pp.3441-3452.
    36. Hassanzadeh, P. and Kuang, Z. 2016. The linear response function of an idealized atmosphere. Part I: Construction using Green’s functions and applications Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences,73(9), pp.3423-3439.
    37. Ma, D., and Z. Kuang. 2016. A mechanism‐denial study on the Madden‐Julian Oscillation with reduced interference from mean state changes Geophysical Research Letters43.6 (2016): 2989-2997.
    38. Lopez, S.A., Pyzer-Knapp, E.O., Simm, G.N., Lutzow, T., Li, K., Seress, L.R., Hachmann, J. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2016. The Harvard organic photovoltaic dataset Scientific Data,3.
    39. Gómez-Bombarelli, R., Aguilera-Iparraguirre, J., Hirzel, T.D., Duvenaud, D., Maclaurin, D., Blood-Forsythe, M.A., Chae, H.S., Einzinger, M., Ha, D.G., Wu, T. and Markopoulos, G. 2016. Design of efficient molecular organic light-emitting diodes by a high-throughput virtual screening and experimental approach Nature Materials,15(10), pp.1120-1127.
    40. Lin, K., Gómez-Bombarelli, R., Beh, E.S., Tong, L., Chen, Q., Valle, A., Aspuru-Guzik, A., Aziz, M.J. and Gordon, R.G. 2016. A redox-flow battery with an alloxazine-based organic electrolyte Nature Energy,1, p.16102.
    41. Häse, F., Valleau, S., Pyzer-Knapp, E. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2016. Machine learning exciton dynamics Chemical Science.
    42. Blood-Forsythe, M.A., Markovich, T., DiStasio, R.A., Car, R. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2016. Analytical nuclear gradients for the range-separated many-body dispersion model of noncovalent interactions Chemical Science,7(3), pp.1712-1728.
    43. Pyzer-Knapp, E.O., Simm, G.N. and Guzik, A.A. 2016. A Bayesian approach to calibrating high-throughput virtual screening results and application to organic photovoltaic materials Materials Horizons,3(3), pp.226-233.
    44. Gelbwaser-Klimovsky, D., Saikin, S.K., Goldsmith, R.H. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2016. Optical Spectra of p-Doped PEDOT Nanoaggregates Provide Insight into the Material Disorder ACS Energy Letters,1(6), pp.1100-1105.
    45. Wei, J.N., Duvenaud, D. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2016. Neural networks for the prediction of organic chemistry reactions ACS Central Science,2(10), pp.725-732.
    46. Park, H.J., So, M.C., Gosztola, D., Wiederrecht, G.P., Emery, J.D., Martinson, A.B., Er, S., Wilmer, C.E., Vermeulen, N.A., Aspuru-Guzik, A. and Stoddart, J.F. 2016. Layer-by-Layer Assembled Films of Perylene Diimide-and Squaraine-Containing Metal–Organic Framework-like Materials: Solar Energy Capture and Directional Energy Transfer ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces,8(38), pp.24983-24988.
    47. Fujita, T., Atahan-Evrenk, S., Sawaya, N.P. and Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2016. Coherent Dynamics of Mixed Frenkel and Charge-Transfer Excitons in Dinaphtho [2, 3-b: 2′ 3′-f] thieno [3, 2-b]-thiophene Thin Films: The Importance of Hole Delocalization The journal of physical chemistry letters,7(7), pp.1374-1380.
    48. Alexander Mathis, Dan Rokni, Vikrant Kapoor, Matthias Bethge, Venkatesh N. Murthy 2016. Reading Out Olfactory Receptors: Feedforward Circuits Detect Odors in Mixtures without Demixing Neuronfirst published September, 7, 2016.
    49. Paul Torrey, Sarah Wellons, Chung-Pei Ma, Philip F. Hopkins, and Mark Vogelsberger 2016. Forward and backward galaxy evolution in comoving number density space Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Societyfirst published June 24, 2016.
    50. Phoebe M. R. DeVries, Plamen G. Krastev, and Brendan J. Meade 2016. Geodetically constrained models of viscoelastic stress transferand earthquake triggering along the North Anatolian fault Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems/AGUfirst published June 20, 2016.
    51. Fernández, R., Edgecombe, G.D. & Giribet, G. 2016. Exploring phylogenetic relationships within Myriapoda and the effects of matrix composition and occupancy on phylogenomic reconstruction Systematic Biology, in press.
    52. Jakob Wudarczyk, Dr. George Papamokos, Vasilis Margaritis, Dr. Dieter Schollmeyer, Dr. Felix Hinkel, Prof. Dr. Martin Baumgarten, Prof. Dr. George Floudas, Prof. Dr. Klaus Müllen 2016. Hexasubstituted Benzenes with Ultrastrong Dipole Moments Angewandte Chemie Int.first published February 2, 2016.
    53. Bogiatzis, P., Ishii, M., and Davis, T. A. 2016. Toward using direct methods in seismic tomography: Computation of the full resolution matrix using high performance computing and sparse QR factorization Geophys. J. Int.first published online February 8, 2016.
    54. Reis, S A, Ghosh, B, Hendricks, J A, Szantai-Kis, D M, Tork, L, Ross, K N, Lamb, J, Read-Button, W, Zheng, B, Wang, H, Salthouse, C, Haggarty, S J, and Mazitschek, R. 2016. Light-controlled modulation of gene expression by chemical optoepigenetic probes Nature Chemical BiologyPublished online 14 March 2016.

    2015 (61 publications)

    1. Childs, L.M. and Buckee, C.O. 2015. Dissecting the determinants of malaria chronicity: why within-host models struggle to reproduce infection dynamics Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 12(104), p.20141379.
    2. Ade, P. A. R., Aikin, R. W., Amiri, M., Barkats, D., Benton, S. J., Bischoff, C. A., ... & Richter, S. 2015. Antenna-coupled TES bolometers used in BICEP2, Keck array, and SPIDER arXiv preprint arXiv:1502.00619.
    3. Ade, P. A. R., Ahmed, Z., Aikin, R. W., Alexander, K. D., Barkats, D., Benton, S. J., ... & Sudiwala, R. V. 2015. BICEP2/Keck Array V: Measurements of B-mode Polarization at Degree Angular Scales and 150 GHz by the Keck Array arXiv preprint arXiv:1502.00643.
    4. Arnold, N. P., & Tziperman, E. 2015. Reductions in mid‐latitude upwelling‐favorable winds implied by weaker large‐scale Pliocene SST gradients Paleoceanography.
    5. Ade, P. A. R., Aikin, R. W., Barkats, D., Benton, S. J., Bischoff, C. A., Bock, J. J., ... & BICEP2 Collaboration. 2015. BICEP2 III: Instrumental Systematics arXiv preprint arXiv:1502.00608.
    6. Aspuru‐Guzik, A., Adams, R., Baldo, M., Aguilera‐Iparraguirre, J., & Gómez‐Bombarelli, R. 2015. June). 34.4: Invited Paper: Combinatorial Design of OLED‐Emitting Materials. In SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers(Vol. 46, No. 1, pp. 505-506).
    7. BICEP, T., Collaborations, K. A., Ade, P. A. R., Aikin, R. W., Barkats, D., Benton, S. J., ... & Vieregg, A. G. 2015. BICEP2/Keck Array IV: Optical Characterization and Performance of the BICEP2 and Keck Array Experiments arXiv preprint arXiv:1502.00596.
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    2014 (51 publications)

    1. Green, G. M., Schlafly, E. F., Finkbeiner, D. P., Jurić, M., Rix, H. W., Burgett, W., ... & Waters, C. 2014. Measuring Distances and Reddenings for a Billion Stars: Toward a 3D Dust Map from Pan-STARRS 1 The Astrophysical Journal,783(2), 114.
    2. Ade, P. A. R., Aikin, R. W., Barkats, D., Benton, S. J., Bischoff, C. A., Bock, J. J., ... & Bicep2 Collaboration. 2014. Detection of B-mode polarization at degree angular scales by BICEP2 Physical Review Letters,112(24), 241101.
    3. Ade, P. A. R., Aikin, R. W., Amiri, M., Barkats, D., Benton, S. J., Bischoff, C. A., ... & Wong, C. L. 2014. BICEP2. II. Experiment and three-year Data Set The Astrophysical Journal,792(1), 62.
    4. Akeju, O., Davis-Dusenbery, B. N., Cassel, S. H., Ichida, J. K., & Eggan, K. 2014. Ketamine exposure in early development impairs specification of the primary germ cell layers Neurotoxicology and teratology,43, 59-68.
    5. Carter, A. C., Davis-Dusenbery, B. N., Koszka, K., Ichida, J. K., & Eggan, K. 2014. Nanog-independent reprogramming to iPSCs with canonical factors Stem cell reports,2(2), 119-126.
    6. Chornock, R., Berger, E., Gezari, S., Zauderer, B. A., Rest, A., Chomiuk, L., ... & Wainscoat, R. 2014. The Ultraviolet-bright, Slowly Declining Transient PS1-11af as a Partial Tidal Disruption Event The Astrophysical Journal,780(1), 44.
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    20. Lanz, L., Hayward, C. C., Zezas, A., Smith, H. A., Ashby, M. L., Brassington, N., ... & Hernquist, L. 2014. Simulated Galaxy Interactions as Probes of Merger Spectral Energy Distributions The Astrophysical Journal,785(1), 39.
    21. Laumer, C. E., & Giribet, G. 2014. Inclusive taxon sampling suggests a single, stepwise origin of ectolecithality in Platyhelminthes Biological Journal of the Linnean Society,111(3), 570-588.
    22. Lemer, S., Kawauchi, GY, Andrade, CS, Boyle, MJ, Giribet, G. 2014. Re-evaluating the phylogeny of Sipuncula through transcriptomics Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 83: 174-183
    23. Lemer, S., Buge, B., Bemis, A., Giribet, G. 2014. First molecular phylogeny of the circumtropical bivalve family Pinnidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia): evidence for high levels of cryptic species diversity Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 75: 11-23
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    25. Martínez-Galarza, J. R., Smith, H. A., Lanz, L., Hayward, C. C., Zezas, A., Rosenthal, L., ... & Groves, B. 2014. Variations of the ISM Conditions Across the Main Sequence of Star-Forming Galaxies: Observations and Simulations arXiv preprint arXiv:1412.2760.
    26. Miller, A., Bornn, L., Adams, R., & Goldsberry, K. 2014. Factorized point process intensities: A spatial analysis of professional basketball arXiv preprint arXiv:1401.0942.
    27. Moore, M., Kuang, Z., & Blossey, P. N. 2014. A moisture budget perspective of the amount effect Geophysical Research Letters,41(4), 1329-1335.
    28. Moreno, J. 2014. Rings of star formation: Imprints of a close galaxy encounter arXiv preprint arXiv:1412.4443.
    29. Parr, C. S., Wilson, M. N., Leary, M. P., Schulz, K. S., Lans, M. K., Walley, M. L., ... & Corrigan Jr, M. R. J. 2014. The encyclopedia of life v2: providing global access to knowledge about life on Earth Biodiversity data journal, (2).
    30. Punk, M., Chowdhury, D., & Sachdev, S. 2014. Topological excitations and the dynamic structure factor of spin liquids on the kagome lattice Nature Physics,10(4), 289-293.
    31. Riesgo, A., Novo, M., Sharma, P. P., Peterson, M., Maldonado, M., & Giribet, G. 2014. Inferring the ancestral sexuality and reproductive condition in sponges (Porifera) Zoologica Scripta,43(1), 101-117.
    32. Sackton, T. B., Corbett‐Detig, R. B., Nagaraju, J., Vaishna, L., Arunkumar, K. P., & Hartl, D. L. 2014. POSITIVE SELECTION DRIVES FASTER‐Z EVOLUTION IN SILKMOTHS Evolution,68(8), 2331-2342.
    33. Sanders, J. N., Andrade, X., & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2014. A sparse-sampling approach for the fast computation of matrices: application to molecular vibrations arXiv preprint arXiv:1410.4848.
    34. Sanders, N., Betancourt, M., & Soderberg, A. 2014. Unsupervised Transient Light Curve Analysis Via Hierarchical Bayesian Inference arXiv preprint arXiv:1404.3619.
    35. Steiner, J. F., McClintock, J. E., Orosz, J. A., Remillard, R. A., Bailyn, C. D., Kolehmainen, M., & Straub, O. 2014. The Low-Spin Black Hole in LMC X-3 The Astrophysical Journal Letters,793(2), L29.
    36. Subramaniam, A. R., Zid, B. M., & O’Shea, E. K. 2014. An Integrated Approach Reveals Regulatory Controls on Bacterial Translation Elongation Cell,159(5), 1200-1211.
    37. Suchow, J. W. 2014. Measuring, monitoring, and maintaining memories in a partially observable mind Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
    38. Schlafly, E. F., Green, G., Finkbeiner, D. P., Jurić, M., Rix, H. W., Martin, N. F., ... & Waters, C. 2014. A Map of Dust Reddening to 4.5 kpc from Pan-STARRS1 The Astrophysical Journal,789(1), 15.
    39. Tan, S. M., Kirchner, R., Jin, J., Hofmann, O., McReynolds, L., Hide, W., & Lieberman, J. 2014. Sequencing of captive target transcripts identifies the network of regulated genes and functions of primate-specific miR-522 Cell reports,8(4), 1225-1239.
    40. Villaescusa-Navarro, F., Viel, M., Alonso, D., Datta, K. K., Bull, P., & Santos, M. G. 2014. Cross-correlating 21cm intensity maps with Lyman Break Galaxies in the post-reionization era arXiv preprint arXiv:1410.7393.
    41. Vogelsberger, M., Genel, S., Springel, V., Torrey, P., Sijacki, D., Xu, D., ... & Hernquist, L. 2014. Properties of galaxies reproduced by a hydrodynamic simulation Nature,509(7499), 177-182.
    42. Wordsworth, R. 2014. Atmospheric heat redistribution and collapse on tidally locked rocky planets arXiv preprint arXiv:1412.5575.
    43. Zimmerman, K., Levitis, D., Addicott, E., & Pringle, A. 2014. Maximizing the mean nearest neighbor distance of a trait to choose among potential crosses and design a fully crossed mating experiment bioRxiv, 009720.
    44. David, L. A., Maurice, C. F., Carmody, R. N., Gootenberg, D. B., Button, J. E., Wolfe, B. E., ... & Turnbaugh, P. J. 2014. Diet rapidly and reproducibly alters the human gut microbiome Nature,505(7484), 559-563.
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    46. Hachmann, J., Olivares-Amaya, R., Jinich, A., Appleton, A. L., Blood-Forsythe, M. A., Seress, L. R., ... & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2014. Lead candidates for high-performance organic photovoltaics from high-throughput quantum chemistry–the Harvard Clean Energy Project Energy & Environmental Science,7(2), 698-704.
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    2013 (22 publications)

    1. Wallace, E. W., Airoldi, E. M., & Drummond, D. A. 2013. Estimating selection on synonymous codon usage from noisy experimental data Molecular biology and evolution, mst051.
    2. Blasi, T., Borunda, M. F., Räsänen, E., & Heller, E. J. 2013. Optimal local control of coherent dynamics in custom-made nanostructures Physical Review B,87(24), 241303.
    3. Chornock, R., Berger, E., Rest, A., Milisavljevic, D., Lunnan, R., Foley, R. J., ... & Price, P. A. 2013. PS1-10afx at z= 1.388: Pan-STARRS1 Discovery of a New Type of Superluminous Supernova The Astrophysical Journal,767(2), 162.
    4. Cobey, S., & Lipsitch, M. 2013. Pathogen diversity and hidden regimes of apparent competition The American naturalist,181(1), 12.
    5. Dalla Torre, E. G., Otterbach, J., Demler, E., Vuletic, V., & Lukin, M. D. 2013. Dissipative preparation of spin squeezed atomic ensembles in a steady state Physical review letters,110(12), 120402.
    6. Hayward, C. C., Narayanan, D., Kereš, D., Jonsson, P., Hopkins, P. F., Cox, T. J., & Hernquist, L. 2013. Submillimetre galaxies in a hierarchical universe: number counts, redshift distribution and implications for the IMF Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,428(3), 2529-2547.
    7. Herman, M. J., & Kuang, Z. 2013. Linear response functions of two convective parameterization schemes Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems,5(3), 510-541.doi:10.1002/jame.20037.
    8. Ingram, T., & Mahler, D. L. 2013. SURFACE: detecting convergent evolution from comparative data by fitting Ornstein‐Uhlenbeck models with stepwise Akaike Information Criterion Methods in Ecology and Evolution,4(5), 416-425.
    9. Keenan, T. F., Davidson, E. A., Munger, J. W., & Richardson, A. D. 2013. Rate my data: quantifying the value of ecological data for the development of models of the terrestrial carbon cycle Ecological Applications,23(1), 273-286.
    10. Knap, M., Kantian, A., Giamarchi, T., Bloch, I., Lukin, M. D., & Demler, E. 2013. Probing real-space and time-resolved correlation functions with many-body Ramsey interferometry Physical review letters,111(14), 147205.
    11. Lunnan, R., Chornock, R., Berger, E., Milisavljevic, D., Drout, M., Sanders, N. E., ... & Price, P. A. 2013. PS1-10bzj: A fast, hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova in a metal-poor host galaxy The Astrophysical Journal,771(2), 97.
    12. Nicolaisen, L. E., & Desai, M. M. 2013. Distortions in genealogies due to purifying selection and recombination Genetics,195(1), 221-230.
    13. Sanders, N. E., Soderberg, A. M., Foley, R. J., Chornock, R., Milisavljevic, D., Margutti, R., ... & Price, P. A. 2013. PS1-12sk is a Peculiar Supernova From a He-rich Progenitor System in a Brightest Cluster Galaxy Environment The Astrophysical Journal,769(1), 39.
    14. Snyder, G. F., Hayward, C. C., Sajina, A., Jonsson, P., Cox, T. J., Hernquist, L., ... & Yan, L. 2013. Modeling Mid-infrared Diagnostics of Obscured Quasars and Starbursts The Astrophysical Journal,768(2), 168.
    15. Snyder, G. F. 2013. Modeling spatially and spectrally resolved observations to diagnose the formation of elliptical galaxies Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University
    16. Suzuki, N., Maroof, A. M., Merkle, F. T., Koszka, K., Intoh, A., Armstrong, I., ... & Eggan, K. 2013. The mouse C9ORF72 ortholog is enriched in neurons known to degenerate in ALS and FTD Nature neuroscience,16(12), 1725-1727.
    17. Tingley, M. P., & Huybers, P. 2013. Recent temperature extremes at high northern latitudes unprecedented in the past 600 years Nature,496(7444), 201-205.
    18. Tritsaris, G. A., Kaxiras, E., Meng, S., & Wang, E. 2013. Adsorption and diffusion of lithium on layered silicon for Li-ion storage Nano letters,13(5), 2258-2263.
    19. Tritsaris, G. A., Malone, B. D., & Kaxiras, E. 2013. Optoelectronic properties of single-layer, double-layer, and bulk tin sulfide: A theoretical study Journal of Applied Physics,113(23), 233507.
    20. Vahtera, V., Edgecombe, G. D., & Giribet, G. 2013. Phylogenetics of scolopendromorph centipedes: can denser taxon sampling improve an artificial classification? Invertebrate Systematics,27(5), 578-602.
    21. Vikas, S. 2013. Quasars, Carbon, and supernovae: Exploring the distribution of elements in an expanding universe Doctoral dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.
    22. Wang, A., Kaz, D. M., McGorty, R., & Manoharan, V. N. 2013. February). Relaxation dynamics of colloidal particles at liquid interfaces. In 4th International Symposium on Slow Dynamics in Complex Systems: Keep Going Tohoku(Vol. 1518, No. 1, pp. 336-343). AIP Publishing.

    2012 (29 publications)

    1. Dawson, R. I., Johnson, J. A., Morton, T. D., Crepp, J. R., Fabrycky, D. C., Murray-Clay, R. A., & Howard, A. W. 2012. The photoeccentric effect and proto-hot Jupiters. II. KOI-1474.01, a candidate eccentric planet perturbed by an unseen companion The Astrophysical Journal,761(2), 163.
    2. Andrade, X., Sanders, J. N., & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2012. Application of compressed sensing to the simulation of atomic systems Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,109(35), 13928-13933.
    3. Clements, M. D., Bart, H. L., & Hurley, D. L. 2012. A different perspective on the phylogenetic relationships of the Moxostomatini (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae) based on cytochrome-b and Growth Hormone intron sequences Molecular phylogenetics and evolution,63(1), 159-167.
    4. Derr, J., Manapat, M. L., Rajamani, S., Leu, K., Xulvi-Brunet, R., Joseph, I., ... & Chen, I. A. 2012. Prebiotically plausible mechanisms increase compositional diversity of nucleic acid sequences Nucleic acids research,40(10), 4711-4722.
    5. Edgecombe, G. D., Vahtera, V., Stock, S. R., Kallonen, A., Xiao, X., Rack, A., & Giribet, G. 2012. A scolopocryptopid centipede (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha) from Mexican amber: synchrotron microtomography and phylogenetic placement using a combined morphological and molecular data set Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society,166(4), 768-786.
    6. Fung, J., Perry, R. W., Dimiduk, T. G., & Manoharan, V. N. 2012. Imaging multiple colloidal particles by fitting electromagnetic scattering solutions to digital holograms Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer,113(18), 2482-2489.
    7. Giribet, G., Sharma, P. P., Benavides, L. R., Boyer, S. L., Clouse, R. M., De Bivort, B. L., ... & Schwendinger, P. J. 2012. Evolutionary and biogeographical history of an ancient and global group of arachnids (Arachnida: Opiliones: Cyphophthalmi) with a new taxonomic arrangement Biological Journal of the Linnean Society,105(1), 92-130.
    8. Hayward, C. C., Jonsson, P., Kereš, D., Magnelli, B., Hernquist, L., & Cox, T. J. 2012. How to distinguish starbursts and quiescently star-forming galaxies: the ‘bimodal’submillimetre galaxy population as a case study Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,424(2), 951-970.
    9. Kawauchi, G. Y., Sharma, P. P., & Giribet, G. 2012. Sipunculan phylogeny based on six genes, with a new classification and the descriptions of two new families Zoologica Scripta,41(2), 186-210.
    10. Kaz, D. M., McGorty, R., Mani, M., Brenner, M. P., & Manoharan, V. N. 2012. Physical ageing of the contact line on colloidal particles at liquid interfaces Nature materials,11(2), 138-142.
    11. Kim, D. W., Protopapas, P., Trichas, M., Rowan-Robinson, M., Khardon, R., Alcock, C., & Byun, Y. I. 2012. A Refined QSO Selection Method Using Diagnostics Tests: 663 QSO Candidates in the Large Magellanic Cloud The Astrophysical Journal,747(2), 107.
    12. Liu, J., Orosz, J., & Bregman, J. N. 2012. Dynamical mass constraints on the ultraluminous X-ray source NGC 1313 X-2 The Astrophysical Journal,745(1), 89.
    13. Padmanabhan, N., Xu, X., Eisenstein, D. J., Scalzo, R., Cuesta, A. J., Mehta, K. T., & Kazin, E. 2012. A 2 per cent distance to z= 0.35 by reconstructing baryon acoustic oscillations–I. Methods and application to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,427(3), 2132-2145.
    14. Pichara, K., Protopapas, P., Kim, D. W., Marquette, J. B., & Tisserand, P. 2012. An improved quasar detection method in EROS-2 and MACHO LMC data sets Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,427(2), 1284-1297.
    15. Räsänen, E., Blasi, T., Borunda, M. F., & Heller, E. J. 2012. Optical control of entangled states in semiconductor quantum wells Physical Review B,86(20), 205308.
    16. Rotz, D. 2012. Do Outside Options Matter Inside Marriage? Evidence from State Welfare Reforms Evidence from State Welfare Reforms (June 20, 2012).
    17. Sanders, J. N., Saikin, S. K., Mostame, S., Andrade, X., Widom, J. R., Marcus, A. H., & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2012. Compressed sensing for multidimensional spectroscopy experiments The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters,3(18), 2697-2702.
    18. Sharma, P. P., Schwager, E. E., Extavour, C. G., & Giribet, G. 2012. Hox gene expression in the harvestman Phalangium opilio reveals divergent patterning of the chelicerate opisthosoma Evolution & development,14(5), 450-463.
    19. Sharma, P. P., González, V. L., Kawauchi, G. Y., Andrade, S. C., Guzmán, A., Collins, T. M., ... & Giribet, G. 2012. Phylogenetic analysis of four nuclear protein-encoding genes largely corroborates the traditional classification of Bivalvia (Mollusca) Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution,65(1), 64-74.
    20. Sharma, P. P. 2012. New Australasian Zalmoxidae (Opiliones: Laniatores) and a new case of male polymorphism in Opiliones Zootaxa,3236, 1-35.
    21. Sijacki, D., Vogelsberger, M., Kereš, D., Springel, V., & Hernquist, L. 2012. Moving mesh cosmology: the hydrodynamics of galaxy formation Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,424(4), 2999-3027.
    22. Steiner, J. F., McClintock, J. E., & Reid, M. J. 2012. The Distance, Inclination, and Spin of the Black Hole Microquasar H1743-322 The Astrophysical Journal Letters,745(1), L7.
    23. Tritsaris, G. A., Zhao, K., Okeke, O. U., & Kaxiras, E. 2012. Diffusion of lithium in bulk amorphous silicon: a theoretical study The Journal of Physical Chemistry C,116(42), 22212-22216.
    24. Tritsaris, G. A., Mathioudakis, C., Kelires, P. C., & Kaxiras, E. 2012. Optical and elastic properties of diamond-like carbon with metallic inclusions: A theoretical study Journal of Applied Physics,112(10), 103503.
    25. Vahtera, V., Edgecombe, G. D., & Giribet, G. 2012. Evolution of blindness in scolopendromorph centipedes (Chilopoda: Scolopendromorpha): insight from an expanded sampling of molecular data Cladistics,28(1), 4-20.
    26. Wang, Y., Khardon, R., & Protopapas, P. 2012. Nonparametric bayesian estimation of periodic light curves The Astrophysical Journal,756(1), 67.
    27. Watson, M. A., Rappoport, D., Lee, E. M., Olivares-Amaya, R., & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2012. Electronic structure calculations in arbitrary electrostatic environments The Journal of chemical physics,136(2), 024101.
    28. Youdin, A. N., Kratter, K. M., & Kenyon, S. J. 2012. Circumbinary Chaos: Using Pluto's Newest Moon to Constrain the Masses of Nix and Hydra The Astrophysical Journal,755(1), 17.
    29. Zhao, K., Tritsaris, G. A., Pharr, M., Wang, W. L., Okeke, O., Suo, Z., ... & Kaxiras, E. 2012. Reactive flow in silicon electrodes assisted by the insertion of lithium Nano letters,12(8), 4397-4403.

    2011 (22 publications)

    1. Aktipis, S. W., & Giribet, G. 2011. Testing relationships among the vetigastropod taxa: a molecular approach Journal of Molluscan Studies, eyr023.
    2. Andrade, S. C., Norenburg, J. L., & Solferini, V. N. 2011. Worms without borders: genetic diversity patterns in four Brazilian Ototyphlonemertes species (Nemertea, Hoplonemertea) Marine biology,158(9), 2109-2124.
    3. Berg, E., Levin, M., & Altman, E. 2011. Quantized Pumping and Topology of the Phase Diagram for a System of Interacting Bosons Physical review letters,106(11), 110405.
    4. Casse, B. D. F., Lu, W. T., Huang, Y. J., & Sridhar, S. 2011. Robust method to determine the resolution of a superlens by analyzing the near-field image of a two-slit object arXiv preprint arXiv:1105.0182.
    5. Dawson, R. I., Murray-Clay, R. A., & Fabrycky, D. C. 2011. On the Misalignment of the Directly Imaged Planet β Pictoris b with the System's Warped Inner Disk The Astrophysical Journal Letters,743(1), L17.
    6. Fields, A. P., & Cohen, A. E. 2011. Electrokinetic trapping at the one nanometer limit Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,108(22), 8937-8942.
    7. Gou, L., McClintock, J. E., Reid, M. J., Orosz, J. A., Steiner, J. F., Narayan, R., ... & Davis, S. W. 2011. The extreme spin of the black hole in Cygnus X-1 The Astrophysical Journal,742(2), 85.
    8. Hachmann, J., Olivares-Amaya, R., Atahan-Evrenk, S., Amador-Bedolla, C., Sánchez-Carrera, R. S., Gold-Parker, A., ... & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2011. The Harvard clean energy project: large-scale computational screening and design of organic photovoltaics on the world community grid The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters,2(17), 2241-2251.
    9. Hartman, K., Johnson, J. L., Bertoni, M. I., Recht, D., Aziz, M. J., Scarpulla, M. A., & Buonassisi, T. 2011. SnS thin-films by RF sputtering at room temperature Thin Solid Films,519(21), 7421-7424.
    10. Hayward, C. C., Kereš, D., Jonsson, P., Narayanan, D., Cox, T. J., & Hernquist, L. 2011. What Does a Submillimeter Galaxy Selection Actually Select? The Dependence of Submillimeter Flux Density on Star Formation Rate and Dust Mass The Astrophysical Journal,743(2), 159.
    11. Kajiharal, H., Yamasaki, H., & Andrade, S. C. 2011. Carinoma hamanako sp. nov.(Nemertea: Palaeonemertea), the First Representative of the Genus from the Northwest Pacific Species Diversity,16, 149-165.
    12. Kim, D. W., Protopapas, P., Byun, Y. I., Alcock, C., Khardon, R., & Trichas, M. 2011. Quasi-stellar object selection algorithm using time variability and machine learning: Selection of 1620 quasi-stellar object candidates from MACHO Large Magellanic Cloud database The Astrophysical Journal,735(2), 68.
    13. Krich, J. J., & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2011. Scaling and localization lengths of a topologically disordered system Physical review letters,106(15), 156405.
    14. Ma, D., & Kuang, Z. 2011. Modulation of radiative heating by the Madden‐Julian Oscillation and convectively coupled Kelvin waves as observed by CloudSat Geophysical Research Letters,38(21).
    15. Narayanan, D., Cox, T. J., Hayward, C. C., & Hernquist, L. 2011. The Kennicutt–Schmidt star formation relation at z∼ 2 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,412(1), 287-294.
    16. Olivares-Amaya, R., Stopa, M., Andrade, X., Watson, M. A., & Aspuru-Guzik, A. 2011. Anion stabilization in electrostatic environments The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters,2(7), 682-688.
    17. Rotz, D. 2011. Why have divorce rates fallen? The role of women’s age at marriage The Role of Women’s Age at Marriage (December 20, 2011).
    18. Sharma, P. P., Vahtera, V., Kawauchi, G. Y., & Giribet, G. 2011. Running WILD: the case for exploring mixed parameter sets in sensitivity analysis Cladistics,27(5), 538-549.
    19. Smith, S. A., Wilson, N. G., Goetz, F. E., Feehery, C., Andrade, S. C., Rouse, G. W., ... & Dunn, C. W. 2011. Resolving the evolutionary relationships of molluscs with phylogenomic tools Nature,480(7377), 364-367.
    20. Snyder, G. F., Cox, T. J., Hayward, C. C., Hernquist, L., & Jonsson, P. 2011. K+ A Galaxies as the Aftermath of Gas-rich Mergers: Simulating the Evolution of Galaxies as Seen by Spectroscopic Surveys The Astrophysical Journal,741(2), 77.
    21. Aktipis, S. W., Boehm, E., & Giribet, G. 2011. Another step towards understanding the slit‐limpets (Fissurellidae, Fissurelloidea, Vetigastropoda, Gastropoda): a combined five‐gene molecular phylogeny Zoologica Scripta,40(3), 238-259.
    22. Tchekhovskoy, A., Narayan, R., & McKinney, J. C. 2011. Efficient generation of jets from magnetically arrested accretion on a rapidly spinning black hole Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters,418(1), L79-L83.

    2010 (19 publications)

    1. Berezovsky, J., Borunda, M. F., Heller, E. J., & Westervelt, R. M. 2010. Imaging coherent transport in graphene (part I): mapping universal conductance fluctuations Nanotechnology,21(27), 274013.
    2. Goldman, J., & Gabrielse, G. 2010. Optimized planar Penning traps for quantum-information studies Physical Review A,81(5), 052335.
    3. Bush, S. J., Cox, T. J., Hayward, C. C., Thilker, D., Hernquist, L., & Besla, G. 2010. Spiral-Induced Star Formation in the Outer Disks of Galaxies The Astrophysical Journal,713(2), 780.
    4. Foley, R. J., Narayan, G., Challis, P. J., Filippenko, A. V., Kirshner, R. P., Silverman, J. M., & Steele, T. N. 2010. SN? 2006bt: A Perplexing, Troublesome, and Possibly Misleading Type Ia Supernova The Astrophysical Journal,708(2), 1748.
    5. Kim, D. W., Protopapas, P., Alcock, C., Byun, Y. I., Kyeong, J., Lee, B. C., ... & Zhang, Z. W. 2010. The Taiwan-American Occultation Survey Project Stellar Variability. I. Detection of Low-Amplitude δ Scuti Stars The Astronomical Journal,139(2), 757.
    6. Leinhardt, Z. M., Marcus, R. A., & Stewart, S. T. 2010. The formation of the collisional family around the dwarf planet Haumea The Astrophysical Journal,714(2), 1789.
    7. Marcus, R. A., Sasselov, D., Hernquist, L., & Stewart, S. T. 2010. Minimum radii of super-Earths: constraints from giant impacts The Astrophysical Journal Letters,712(1), L73.
    8. Marcus, R. A., Sasselov, D., Stewart, S. T., & Hernquist, L. 2010. Water/icy super-Earths: giant impacts and maximum water content The Astrophysical Journal Letters,719(1), L45.
    9. McEachern, F. M., Ćuk, M., & Stewart, S. T. 2010. Dynamical evolution of the Hungaria asteroids Icarus,210(2), 644-654.
    10. Murienne, J., Edgecombe, G. D., & Giribet, G. 2010. Including secondary structure, fossils and molecular dating in the centipede tree of life Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution,57(1), 301-313.
    11. Murienne, J., Karaman, I., & Giribet, G. 2010. Explosive evolution of an ancient group of Cyphophthalmi (Arachnida: Opiliones) in the Balkan Peninsula Journal of Biogeography,37(1), 90-102.
    12. Nadell, C. D., Foster, K. R., & Xavier, J. B. 2010. Emergence of spatial structure in cell groups and the evolution of cooperation PLoS computational biology,6(3), e1000716.
    13. Narayanan, D., Hayward, C. C., Cox, T. J., Hernquist, L., Jonsson, P., Younger, J. D., & Groves, B. 2010. The formation of high-redshift submillimetre galaxies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,401(3), 1613-1619.
    14. Narayanan, D., Dey, A., Hayward, C. C., Cox, T. J., Bussmann, R. S., Brodwin, M., ... & Hernquist, L. 2010. A physical model for z∼ 2 dust-obscured galaxies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,407(3), 1701-1720.
    15. Rogers, R. L., Bedford, T., Lyons, A. M., & Hartl, D. L. 2010. Adaptive impact of the chimeric gene Quetzalcoatl in Drosophila melanogaster Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,107(24), 10943-10948.
    16. Romps, D. M., & Kuang, Z. 2010. Nature versus nurture in shallow convection Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences,67(5), 1655-1666.
    17. Tingley, M. P., & Huybers, P. 2010. A Bayesian algorithm for reconstructing climate anomalies in space and time. Part I: Development and applications to paleoclimate reconstruction problems Journal of Climate,23(10), 2759-2781.
    18. Tingley, M. P., & Huybers, P. 2010. A Bayesian algorithm for reconstructing climate anomalies in space and time. Part II: Comparison with the regularized expectation-maximization algorithm Journal of Climate,23(10), 2782-2800.
    19. Xu, X., Narayanan, D., & Walker, C. 2010. Molecular Disk Properties in Early-type Galaxies The Astrophysical Journal Letters,721(2), L112.

    2009 (4 publications)

    1. Narayanan, D., Cox, T. J., Hayward, C. C., Younger, J. D., & Hernquist, L. 2009. The star-forming molecular gas in high-redshift Submillimetre Galaxies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,400(4), 1919-1935.
    2. Blocker, A. W., Protopapas, P., & Alcock, C. R. 2009. A Bayesian approach to the analysis of time symmetry in light curves: reconsidering Scorpius X-1 occultations The Astrophysical Journal,701(2), 1742.
    3. Likovich, E. M., Russell, K. J., Narayanamurti, V., Lu, H., & Gossard, A. C. 2009. Direct injection tunnel spectroscopy of a pn junction Applied Physics Letters,95(2), 022106_1-022106_3.
    4. Younger, J. D., Hayward, C. C., Narayanan, D., Cox, T. J., Hernquist, L., & Jonsson, P. 2009. The merger-driven evolution of warm infrared luminous galaxies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters,396(1), L66-L70.
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