Publications


Models of gravitational lens candidates from Space Warps CFHTLS

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 474 (2018) 3700-3713

R Kung, P Saha, I Ferreras, E Baeten, J Coles, C Cornen, C Macmillan, P Marshall, A More, L Oswald, A Verma, JK Wilcox


The new galaxy evolution paradigm revealed by the Herschel surveys

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 473 (2018) 3507-3524

S Eales, D Smith, N Bourne, J Loveday, K Rowlands, P van der Werf, S Driver, L Dunne, S Dye, C Furlanetto, RJ Ivison, S Maddox, A Robotham, MWL Smith, EN Taylor, E Valiante, A Wright, P Cigan, G De Zotti, MJ Jarvis, L Marchetti, MJ Michalowski, S Phillipps, S Viaene, C Vlahakis


SPLASH-SXDF Multi-wavelength Photometric Catalog

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES 235 (2018) ARTN 36

V Mehta, C Scarlata, P Capak, I Davidzon, A Faisst, BC Hsieh, O Ilbert, M Jarvis, C Laigle, J Phillips, J Silverman, MA Strauss, M Tanaka, R Bowler, J Coupon, S Foucaud, S Hemmati, D Masters, HJ McCracken, B Mobasher, M Ouchi, T Shibuya, W-H Wang


On the far-infrared metallicity diagnostics: applications to high-redshift galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 473 (2018) 20-29

D Rigopoulou, M Pereira-Santaella, GE Magdis, A Cooray, D Farrah, R Marques-Chaves, I Perez-Fournon, D Riechers


Photometric redshifts for the next generation of deep radio continuum surveys - I. Template fitting

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 473 (2018) 2655-2672

KJ Duncan, MJI Brown, WL Williams, PN Best, V Buat, D Burgarella, MJ Jarvis, K Malek, SJ Oliver, HJA Rottgering, DJB Smith


LOFAR/H-ATLAS: the low-frequency radio luminosity-star formation rate relation

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 475 (2018) 3010-3028

G Gurkan, MJ Hardcastle, DJB Smith, PN Best, N Bourne, G Calistro-Rivera, G Heald, MJ Jarvis, I Prandoni, HJA Rottgering, J Sabater, T Shimwell, C Tasse, WL Williams


WISDOM Project – III: Molecular gas measurement of the supermassive black hole mass in the barred lenticular galaxy NGC4429

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2017)

TA Davis, M Bureau, K Onishi, FVD Voort, M Cappellari, S Iguchi, L Liu, EV North, M Sarzi, MD Smith


The environment and host haloes of the brightest z similar to 6 Lyman-break galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 477 (2018) 3760-3774

PW Hatfield, RAA Bowler, MJ Jarvis, CL Hale


The clustering and bias of radio-selected AGN and star-forming galaxies in the COSMOS field

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 474 (2018) 4133-4150

CL Hale, MJ Jarvis, I Delvecchio, PW Hatfield, M Novak, V Smolcic, G Zamorani


Improving photometric redshift estimation using GPz: size information, post processing, and improved photometry

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 475 (2018) 331-342

Z Gomes, MJ Jarvis, IA Almosallam, SJ Roberts


LOFAR-Bootes: properties of high- and low-excitation radio galaxies at 0.5 < z < 2.0

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 475 (2018) 3429-3452

WL Williams, GC Rivera, PN Best, MJ Hardcastle, HJA Rottgering, KJ Duncan, F de Gasperin, MJ Jarvis, GK Miley, EK Mahony, LK Morabito, DM Nisbet, I Prandoni, DJB Smith, C Tasse, GJ White


HERUS: the far-IR/submm spectral energy distributions of local ULIRGs and photometric atlas

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 475 (2018) 2097-2121

DL Clements, C Pearson, D Farrah, J Greenslade, J Bernard-Salas, E Gonzalez-Alfonso, J Afonso, A Efstathiou, D Rigopoulou, V Lebouteiller, PD Hurley, H Spoon


Shape of LOSVDs in Barred Disks: Implications for Future IFU Surveys

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL 854 (2018) ARTN 65

Z-Y Li, J Shen, M Bureau, Y Zhou, M Du, VP Debattista


ALMA [N II] 205 mu m Imaging Spectroscopy of the Interacting Galaxy System BRI 1202-0725 at Redshift 4.7

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS 842 (2017) ARTN L16

N Lu, Y Zhao, T Diaz-Santos, C Kevin Xu, V Charmandaris, Y Gao, PP van der Werf, GC Privon, H Inami, D Rigopoulou, DB Sanders, L Zhu


Rise of the Titans: A Dusty, Hyper-luminous "870 mu m Riser" Galaxy at z similar to 6

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL 850 (2017) ARTN 1

DA Riechers, TKD Leung, RJ Ivison, I Perez-Fournon, AJR Lewis, R Marques-Chaves, I Oteo, DL Clements, A Cooray, J Greenslade, P Martinez-Navajas, S Oliver, D Rigopoulou, D Scott, A Weiss


Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): the environments of high- and low-excitation radio galaxies

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 4584-4599

JHY Ching, SM Croom, EM Sadler, ASG Robotham, S Brough, IK Baldry, J Bland-Hawthorn, M Colless, SP Driver, BW Holwerda, AM Hopkins, MJ Jarvis, HM Johnston, LS Kelvin, J Liske, J Loveday, P Norberg, MB Pracy, O Steele, D Thomas, L Wang


The LOFAR window on star-forming galaxies and AGNs - curved radio SEDs and IR-radio correlation at 0 < z < 2.5

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 3468-3488

GC Rivera, WL Williams, MJ Hardcastle, K Duncan, HJA Rottgering, PN Best, M Brueggen, KT Chyzy, CJ Conselice, F de Gasperin, D Engels, G Gurkan, HT Intema, MJ Jarvis, EK Mahony, GK Miley, LK Morabito, I Prandoni, J Sabater, DJB Smith, C Tasse, PP van der Werf, GJ White


Interstellar medium conditions in z similar to 0.2 Lyman-break analogs

ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS 606 (2017) ARTN A86

A Contursi, AJ Baker, S Berta, B Magnelli, D Lutz, J Fischer, A Verma, M Nielbock, JG Carpio, S Veilleux, E Sturm, R Davies, R Genzel, S Hailey-Dunsheath, R Herrera-Camus, A Janssen, A Poglitsch, A Sternberg, LJ Tacconi


Investigating the unification of LOFAR-detected powerful AGN in the Bootes field

MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 469 (2017) 1883-1896

LK Morabito, WL Williams, KJ Duncan, HJA Rottgering, G Miley, A Saxena, P Barthel, PN Best, M Bruggen, G Brunetti, KT Chyzy, D Engels, MJ Hardcastle, JJ Harwood, MJ Jarvis, EK Mahony, I Prandoni, TW Shimwell, A Shulevski, C Tasse


The Far InfraRed Spectroscopic EXplorer (FIRSPEX)

27th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology, ISSTT 2016 (2017)

D Rigopoulou, BK Tan, G Yassin

The Far InfraRed Spectroscopic EXplorer (FIRSPEX) is a novel concept for an astronomy satellite mission that will revolutionise our understanding of the properties of the Interstellar Medium (ISM) and star formation through velocity resolved spectroscopic observations at multi-terahertz frequencies. FIRSPEX comprises a fully cryogenic (~4K) heterodyne payload and a ~1.2 m primary antenna to scan the sky in a number of discreet spectroscopic channels delivering 3- dimensional spectral information. The spectral range selected contains important molecular, atomic and ionic species; the majority of which cannot be observed from the ground. FIRSPEX is UK led with additional contributions from partners throughout Europe. FIRSPEX opens up a relatively unexplored parameter space that will produce an enormously significant scientific legacy by focusing on the properties of the multi-phase ISM, the assembly of molecular clouds in our Galaxy and the onset of star formation topics which are fundamental to our understanding of galaxy evolution.

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