Publications

 2016  2017  2018 
1.  Barros et al.: WASP-113b and WASP-114b, two inflated hot Jupiters with contrasting densities, A&A, 2016.
2.  Brown et al.: Rossiter–McLaughlin models and their effect on estimates of stellar rotation, illustrated using six WASP systems, MNRAS, 2016.
3.  Ciceri et al.: Physical properties of the planetary systems WASP-45 and WASP-46 from simultaneous multiband photometry, MNRAS, 2016.
4.  Delrez et al.: WASP-121 b: a hot Jupiter close to tidal disruption transiting an active F star, MNRAS, 2016.
5.  Faedi et al.: WASP-86b and WASP-102b: super-dense versus bloated planets, A&A, in press, 2016.
6.  Fossati et al.: Evidence of magnetic field decay in massive main-sequence stars, A&A, 2016.
7.  Fossati et al.: Aeronomical constraints to the minimum mass and maximum radius of hot low-mass planets, A&A, 2016.
8.  Grassitelli et al.: Metallicity dependence of turbulent pressure and macroturbulence in stellar envelopes, A&A, 2016.
9.  Grassitelli et al.: Diagnostics of the unstable envelopes of Wolf-Rayet stars, A&A, 2016.
10.  Grassitelli et al.: Metallicity dependence of turbulent pressure and macroturbulence in stellar envelopes, A&A, 2016.
11.  Hay et al.: WASP-92b, WASP-93b and WASP-118b: three new transiting close-in giant planets, MNRAS, 2016.
12.  Hellier et al.: WASP-South transiting exoplanets: WASP-130b, WASP-131b, WASP-132b, WASP-139b, WASP-140b, WASP-141b & WASP-142b, MNRAS, 2016.
13.  Kiliçoglu et al.: Chemical composition of intermediate mass stars members of the M6 (NGC 6405) open cluster, AJ, 2016.
14.  Kislyakova et al.: On the ultraviolet anomalies of the WASP-12 and HD 189733 systems: Trojan satellites as a plasma source, MNRAS, 2016.
15.  Lam et al.: From dense hot Jupiter to low-density Neptune: The discovery of WASP-127b, WASP-136b and WASP-138b, A&A, 2016.
16.  Lammer et al.: Identifying the "true" radius of the hot sub-Neptune CoRoT-24b by mass loss modelling, MNRAS, 2016.
17.  Lendl et al.: FORS2 observes a multi-epoch transmission spectrum of the hot Saturn-mass exoplanet WASP-49b, A&A, 2016.
18.  Maxted et al.: Five transiting hot Jupiters discovered using WASP-South, Euler, and TRAPPIST: WASP-119 b, WASP-124 b, WASP-126 b, WASP-129 b, and WASP-133 b, A&A, 2016.
19.  Mocnik et al.: WASP-157b, a Transiting Hot Jupiter Observed with K2, PASP, 2016.
20.  Murphy et al.: Near-uniform internal rotation of the main-sequence γ Doradus pulsator KIC 7661054, MNRAS, 2016.
21.  Paunzen et al.: Search for variables in six Galactic open clusters, NewA, 2016.
22.  Przybilla et al.: B fields in OB stars (BOB): Detection of a magnetic field in the He-strong star CPD-57° 3509, A&A, 2016.
23.  Ryabchikova et al.: Accuracy of atmospheric parameters of FGK dwarfs determined by spectrum fitting, MNRAS, 2016.
24.  Schneider et al.: BONNSAI: correlated stellar observables in Bayesian methods, A&A, 2016.
25.  Schneider et al.: Rejuvenation of stellar mergers and the origin of magnetic fields in massive stars, MNRAS, 2016.
26.  Schoeller et al.: B fields in OB stars (BOB): Concluding the FORS2 observing campaign, A&A, 2016.
27.  Stancliffe et al.: Confronting uncertainties in stellar physics II. exploring differences in main-sequence stellar evolution tracks, A&A, 2016.
28.  Stevenson et al.: Transiting Exoplanet Studies and Community Targets for JWST's Early Release Science Program, PASP, 2016.
29.  Turner et al.: WASP-120 b, WASP-122 b, AND WASP-123 b: Three Newly Discovered Planets from the WASP-South Survey, PASP, 2016.
30.  West et al.: Three irradiated and bloated hot Jupiters:. WASP-76b, WASP-82b, and WASP-90b, A&A, 2016.
 2016  2017  2018