First-author Refereed Publications

  1. The Occurrence-weighted Median Planets Discovered by Transit Surveys and Their Implications for Planet Formation and Evolution
    Kevin C. Schlaufman and Noah D. Halpern
    2020, AAS Journals, submitted

  2. An Ultra Metal-poor Star Near the Hydrogen-burning Limit
    Kevin C. Schlaufman, Andrew R. Casey, and Ian B. Thompson
    2018, Astrophysical Journal, 867, 98
    astro-ph/1811.00549

  3. Evidence of an Upper Bound on the Masses of Planets and Its Implications for Giant Planet Formation
    Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2018, Astrophysical Journal, 853, 37
    astro-ph/1801.06185

  4. The Occurrence of Additional Giant Planets Inside the Water-Ice Line in Systems with Hot Jupiters: Evidence Against High-Eccentricity Migration
    Kevin C. Schlaufman and Joshua N. Winn
    2016, Astrophysical Journal, 825, 62
    astro-ph/1604.03107

  5. A Continuum of Planet Formation between 1 and 4 Earth Radii
    Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2015, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 799, L26
    astro-ph/1501.05953

  6. The Best and Brightest Metal-poor Stars
    Kevin C. Schlaufman and Andrew R. Casey
    2014, Astrophysical Journal, 797, 13
    astro-ph/1409.4775

  7. Tests of in situ Formation Scenarios for Compact Multiplanet Systems
    Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2014, Astrophysical Journal, 790, 91
    astro-ph/1402.7075

  8. Evidence for the Tidal Destruction of Hot Jupiters by Subgiant Stars
    Kevin C. Schlaufman and Joshua N. Winn
    2013, Astrophysical Journal, 772, 143
    astro-ph/1306.0567

  9. Insight into the Formation of the Milky Way through Cold Halo Substructure. III. Statistical Chemical Tagging in the Smooth Halo
    Kevin C. Schlaufman, Constance M. Rockosi, Young Sun Lee, Timothy C. Beers, Carlos Allende Prieto, Valery Rashkov, Piero Madau, and Dmitry Bizyaev
    2012, Astrophysical Journal, 749, 77
    astro-ph/1202.2360

  10. Kepler Exoplanet Candidate Host Stars Are Preferentially Metal Rich
    Kevin C. Schlaufman and Gregory Laughlin
    2011, Astrophysical Journal, 738, 177
    astro-ph/1106.6043

  11. Insight into the Formation of the Milky Way through Cold Halo Substructure. II. The Elemental Abundances of ECHOS
    Kevin C. Schlaufman, Constance M. Rockosi, Young Sun Lee, Timothy C. Beers, and Carlos Allende Prieto
    2011, Astrophysical Journal, 734, 49
    astro-ph/1104.1424

  12. A Population of Very Hot Super-Earths in Multiple-planet Systems Should be Uncovered by Kepler
    Kevin C. Schlaufman, D.N.C. Lin, and S. Ida
    2010, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 724, L53
    astro-ph/1010.3705

  13. A physically-motivated photometric calibration of M dwarf metallicity
    Kevin C. Schlaufman and Gregory Laughlin
    2010, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 519, A105
    astro-ph/1006.2850

  14. Evidence of Possible Spin-orbit Misalignment Along the Line of Sight in Transiting Exoplanet Systems
    Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2010, Astrophysical Journal, 719, 602
    astro-ph/1006.2851

  15. Insight into the Formation of the Milky Way Through Cold Halo Substructure. I. The ECHOS of Milky Way Formation
    Kevin C. Schlaufman, et al.
    2009, Astrophysical Journal, 703, 2177
    astro-ph/0908.2627

  16. The Signature of the Ice Line and Modest Type I Migration in the Observed Exoplanet Mass-Semimajor Axis Distribution
    Kevin C. Schlaufman, D.N.C. Lin, and S. Ida
    2009, Astrophysical Journal, 691, 1321
    astro-ph/0809.1651

Second-author Refereed Publications

  1. The Age-Metallicity-Specific Orbital Energy Relation for the Milky Way's Globular Cluster System Confirms the Importance of Accretion for Its Formation
    Turner Woody and Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2020, AAS Journals, submitted

  2. Searching for Low-mass Population III Stars Disguised as White Dwarfs
    Vedant Chandra and Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2020, AAS Journals, submitted

  3. An Increase in Small Planet Occurrence with Metallicity for Late-type Dwarf Stars in the Kepler Field and Its Implications for Planet Formation
    Cicero X. Lu, Kevin C. Schlaufman, and Sihao Cheng
    2020, Astronomical Journal, in press
    astro-ph/2009.06638

  4. The Most Metal-poor Stars in the Inner Bulge
    Henrique Reggiani, Kevin C. Schlaufman, Andrew R. Casey, and Alexander P. Ji
    2020, Astronomical Journal, 160, 173
    astro-ph/2007.12728

  5. Ultra-short-period Planets are Stable Against Tidal Inspiral
    Jacob H. Hamer and Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2020, Astronomical Journal, 160, 138
    astro-ph/2007.10944

  6. Hot Jupiters are Destroyed by Tides While Their Host Stars Are on the Main Sequence
    Jacob H. Hamer and Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2019, Astronomical Journal, 158, 190
    astro-ph/1908.06998

  7. The Universality of the Rapid Neutron-capture Process Revealed by a Possible Disrupted Dwarf Galaxy Star
    Andrew R. Casey and Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2017, Astrophysical Journal, 850, 179
    astro-ph/1711.04776

  8. Chemistry of the Most Metal-poor Stars in the Bulge and the z ≳ 10 Universe
    Andrew R. Casey and Kevin C. Schlaufman
    2015, Astrophysical Journal, 809, 110
    astro-ph/1509.01252

Nth-author Refereed Publications

  1. Discovery of a Low-mass Stellar Companion to 102 Aqr Using High-contrast Imaging
    Aguilar et al.
    2020, Astronomical Journal, submitted

  2. The non-monotonic, strong metallicity dependence of the wide-binary fraction
    Hwang et al.
    2020, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, submitted
    astro-ph/2010.02920

  3. Very wide companion fraction from Gaia DR2: A weak or no enhancement for hot Jupiter hosts, and a strong enhancement for contact binaries
    Hwang et al.
    2020, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 497, 2250
    astro-ph/2007.03688

  4. CKS IX: Revisiting the Minimum-Mass Extrasolar Nebula with Precise Stellar Parameters
    Dai et al.
    2020, Astronomical Journal, 159, 247
    astro-ph/2004.04847

  5. Discovery of s-process enhanced stars in the LAMOST survey
    Norfolk et al.
    2019, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 490, 2219
    astro-ph/1911.00177

  6. Tidal Interactions between Binary Stars Can Drive Lithium Production in Low-mass Red Giants
    Casey et al.
    2019, Astrophysical Journal, 880, 125
    astro-ph/1902.04102

  7. On the discovery of K-enhanced and possibly Mg-depleted stars throughout the Milky Way
    Kemp et al.
    2018, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 480, 1384
    astro-ph/1807.05693

  8. Infrared colours and inferred masses of metal-poor giant stars in the Kepler field
    Casey et al.
    2018, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 478, 2812
    astro-ph/1805.12133

  9. Constraints on the Obliquities of Kepler Planet-hosting Stars
    Winn et al.
    2017, Astronomical Journal, 154, 270
    astro-ph/1710.04530

  10. Absence of a Metallicity Effect for Ultra-short-period Planets
    Winn et al.
    2017, Astronomical Journal, 154, 60
    astro-ph/1704.00203

  11. The Aquarius comoving group is not a disrupted classical globular cluster
    Casey et al.
    2014, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 443, 828
    astro-ph/1309.3562

  12. Joint LIGO and TAMA300 search for gravitational waves from inspiralling neutron star binaries
    Abbott et al.
    2006, Physical Review D, 73, 102002
    gr-qc/0512078

  13. Search for gravitational waves from binary black hole inspirals in LIGO data
    Abbott et al.
    2006, Physical Review D, 73, 062001
    gr-qc/0509129

  14. Upper limits from the LIGO and TAMA detectors on the rate of gravitational-wave bursts
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review D, 72, 102004
    gr-qc/0507081

  15. First all-sky upper limits from LIGO on the strength of periodic gravitational waves using the Hough transform
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review D, 72, 102004
    gr-qc/0508065

  16. Search for gravitational waves from primordial black hole binary coalescences in the galactic halo
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review D, 72, 082002
    gr-qc/0505042

  17. Search for gravitational waves from galactic and extra-galactic binary neutron stars
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review D, 72, 082001
    gr-qc/0505041

  18. Upper limits on gravitational wave bursts in LIGO's second science run
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review D, 72, 062001
    gr-qc/0505029

  19. Search for gravitational waves associated with the gamma ray burst GRB030329 using the LIGO detectors
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review D, 72, 042002
    gr-qc/0501068

  20. Limits on Gravitational-Wave Emission from Selected Pulsars Using LIGO Data
    Abbott et al.
    2005, Physical Review Letters, 94, 181103
    gr-qc/0410007

  21. Analysis of first LIGO science data for stochastic gravitational waves
    Abbott et al.
    2004, Physical Review D, 69, 122004
    gr-qc/0312088

  22. Analysis of LIGO data for gravitational waves from binary neutron stars
    Abbott et al.
    2004, Physical Review D, 69, 122001
    gr-qc/0308069

  23. First upper limits from LIGO on gravitational wave bursts
    Abbott et al.
    2004, Physical Review D, 69, 102001
    gr-qc/0312056

  24. Setting upper limits on the strength of periodic gravitational waves from PSR J1939+2134 using the first science data from the GEO 600 and LIGO detectors
    Abbott et al.
    2004, Physical Review D, 69, 082004
    gr-qc/0308050

  25. Upper limits on the strength of periodic gravitational waves from PSR J1939+2134
    Abbott et al.
    2004, Classical and Quantum Gravity, 21, S671
    gr-qc/0311023

  26. Detector description and performance for the first coincidence observations between LIGO and GEO
    Abbott et al.
    2004, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, 517, 154
    gr-qc/0308043

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