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Franz Erik Bauer

Associate Professor

PONTIFICÍA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE, DEPARTAMENTO DE ASTRONOMÍA Y ASTROFÍSICA

Santiago, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Galaxy and supermassive black hole formation and evolution; Deep X-ray, optical, far-infrared, sub-millimetre and radio surveys; Star formation and active galactic nuclei activity; Transients;

Educación

  •  Astronomy, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. Estados Unidos, 2001
  •  Astronomy, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. Estados Unidos, 1997
  •  Astronomy, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Estados Unidos, 1995
  •  Physics, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Estados Unidos, 1995

Experiencia Académica

  •   Associate Professor Full Time

    PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

    Fisica

    Santiago, Chile

    2009 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Assistant Professor Full Time

    Depto de Astronomia y Astrofisica, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

    Santiago, Chile

    2009 - 2013

  •   Research Scientist Full Time

    Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory, Columbia University

    Estados Unidos

    2007 - 2009

  •   Chandra Postdoctoral Fellow Full Time

    Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory, Columbia University

    Chile

    2004 - 2007

  •   Research Associate Full Time

    Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge

    Reino Unido

    2003 - 2004

  •   Research Associate Full Time

    Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Pennsylvania State University

    Estados Unidos

    2000 - 2003

  •   Jansky Pre-Doctoral Fellow Full Time

    National Radio Astronomy Observatory

    Chile

    1997 - 2000

  •   Graduate Research Assistant Full Time

    Department of Astronomy, University of Virginia

    Chile

    1995 - 1997

  •   Research Assistant Full Time

    Department of Astronomy, University of Michigan

    Estados Unidos

    1994 - 1995

Formación de Capital Humano


Supervision of 14 postdoctoral fellows, 13 graduate students, and 15 undergraduate students since joining PUC in 2009.


Difusión y Transferencia


Occasional columns in La Tercera and El Mercurio, radio and television interviews for Canal 13, and participation in public awareness events. PI or co-I of 7 press releases between 2009-2019.


Premios y Distinciones

  •   Chandra Fellowship

    Chandra X-ray Observatory

    Estados Unidos, 2004

    NASA-sponsored Chandra Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for highly qualified, recent postdoctoral scientists to conduct independent research that is broadly related to the goals of the Chandra X-Ray Observatory (CXO) satellite. This research can include new Chandra observations and archival studies as well as related theoretical studies and studies of X-ray sources with other X-ray missions or at other wavelengths. However, the main criterion for proposal review is the contribution to the understanding of X-ray sources, and a Fellow's progress in this area may be specifically appraised for continuation of the fellowship after the second year. The research will be carried out at United States Host Institutions chosen by each Fellow. The Fellowship provides support for up to three years at an annual stipend of approximately $54,500 plus benefits (as described below), and some allowance for travel and other research costs. Contingent upon NASA funding, up to 5 Chandra Fellowships are awarded every year.


 

Article (453)

BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey - XIX. Type 1 versus type 2 AGN dichotomy from the point of view of ionized outflows
BAT AGN spectroscopic survey - XV: the high frequency radio cores of ultra-hard X-ray selected AGN
Extending the variability selection of active galactic nuclei in the W-CDF-S and SERVS/SWIRE region
On the Absence of High-redshift AGNs: Little Growth in the Supermassive Black Hole Population at High Redshifts
Probing the circumnuclear absorbing medium of the buried AGN in NGC 1068 through NuSTAR observations
The ALMA Frontier Fields Survey V. ALMA Stacking of Lyman-Break Galaxies in Abell 2744, Abell 370, Abell S1063, MACSJ0416.1-2403 and MACSJ1149.5+2223
The ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the HUDF: A Model to Explain Observed 1.1 and 0.85 mm Dust Continuum Number Counts
The ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the HUDF: The Cosmic Dust and Gas Mass Densities in Galaxies up to z similar to 3
BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey. XI. The Covering Factor of Dust and Gas in Swift/BAT Active Galactic Nuclei
Discovery of the first heavily obscured QSO candidate at z > 6 in a close galaxy pair
Investigating the Covering Fraction Distribution of Swift/BAT AGNs with X-Ray and Infrared Observations
On the Prevalence of Supermassive Black Holes over Cosmic Time
The absence of [C II] 158 mu m emission in spectroscopically confirmed galaxies at z > 8
VALES V: a kinematic analysis of the molecular gas content in H-ATLAS galaxies at z similar to 0.03-0.35 using ALMA
A density cusp of quiescent X-ray binaries in the central parsec of the Galaxy
A Submillimeter Perspective on the GOODS Fields (SUPER GOODS). III. A Large Sample of ALMA Sources in the GOODS-S
BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey - XII. The relation between coronal properties of active galactic nuclei and the Eddington ratio
Cosmic evolution and metal aversion in superluminous supernova host galaxies
Does black-hole growth depend on the cosmic environment?
First results from GeMS/GSAOI for project SUNBIRD: Supernovae UNmasked By Infra-Red Detection
Kinematics, turbulence, and star formation of z similar to 1 strongly lensed galaxies seen with MUSE
Luminous and Obscured Quasars and Their Host Galaxies
Optical, Near-IR, and Sub-mm IFU Observations of the Nearby Dual Active Galactic Nuclei MRK 463
SNe 2013K and 2013am: Observed and physical properties of two slow, normal Type IIP events
The ALMA frontier fields survey: IV. Lensing-corrected 1.1 mm number counts in Abell 2744, MACS J0416.1-2403 and MACS J1149.5+2223
The Clustering of High-redshift (2.9 <= z <= 5.1) Quasars in SDSS Stripe 82
The long-term optical evolution of the black hole candidate MAXIJ1659-152
The NuSTAR Extragalactic Surveys: X-Ray Spectroscopic Analysis of the Bright Hard-band Selected Sample
The onset of star formation 250 million years after the Big Bang
The XMM-SERVS survey: new XMM-Newton point-source catalogue for the XMM-LSS field
X-shooter and ALMA spectroscopy of GRB 161023A: A study of metals and molecules in the line of sight towards a luminous GRB
XZ: Deriving redshifts from X-ray spectra of obscured AGN
A kilonova as the electromagnetic counterpart to a gravitational-wave source
A New Compton-thick AGN in Our Cosmic Backyard: Unveiling the Buried Nucleus in NGC 1448 with NuSTAR
A New Compton-thick AGN in our Cosmic Backyard=> Unveiling the Buried Nucleus in NGC 1448 with NuSTAR
A new, faint population of X-ray transients
A new, faint population of X-ray transients
ALMA and GMRT Constraints on the Off-axis Gamma-Ray Burst 170817A from the Binary Neutron Star Merger GW170817
BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey. V. X-Ray Properties of the Swift/BAT 70-month AGN Catalog
Black Hole Growth Is Mainly Linked to Host-galaxy Stellar Mass Rather Than Star Formation Rate
Black Hole Growth Is Mainly Linked to Host-galaxy Stellar Mass Rather Than Star Formation Rate
Dust in the Reionization Era: ALMA Observations of a z=8.38 Gravitationally Lensed Galaxy
Dust in the Reionization Era=> ALMA Observations of a z = 8.38 Gravitationally Lensed Galaxy
Galaxy gas as obscurer - I. GRBs x-ray galaxies and find an N-H(3) alpha M star relation
Galaxy gas as obscurer - I. GRBs x-ray galaxies and find an NH^3 proportional to M_{star} relation
Galaxy gas as obscurer - II. Separating the galaxy-scale and nuclear obscurers of active galactic nuclei
Galaxy gas as obscurer - II. Separating the galaxy-scale and nuclear obscurers of active galactic nuclei
Growing supermassive black holes in the late stages of galaxy mergers are heavily obscured
Growing supermassive black holes in the late stages of galaxy mergers are heavily obscured
Hard X-Ray-selected AGNs in Low-mass Galaxies from the NuSTAR Serendipitous Survey
Hard X-Ray-selected AGNs in Low-mass Galaxies from the NuSTAR Serendipitous Survey
Multi-messenger Observations of a Binary Neutron Star Merger
NGC 1068=> No change in the mid-infrared torus structure despite X-ray variability
NGC1068: No change in the mid-infrared torus structure despite X-ray variability
NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF WISE J1036+0449, A GALAXY AT z similar to 1 OBSCURED BY HOT DUST
NuSTAR Observations of WISE J1036+0449, a Galaxy at z~1 Obscured by Hot Dust
SN 2015bh=> NGC 2770's 4th supernova or a luminous blue variable on its way to a Wolf-Rayet star?
SN2015bh: NGC2770's 4th supernova or a luminous blue variable on its way to a Wolf-Rayet star?
The ALMA Frontier Fields Survey I. 1.1mm continuum detections in Abell 2744, MACSJ0416.1-2403 and MACSJ1149.5+2223
The ALMA Frontier Fields Survey II. Multiwavelength Photometric analysis of 1.1 mm continuum sources in Abell 2744, MACSJ0416.1-2403 and MACSJ1149.5+2223
The ALMA Frontier Fields Survey III. 1.1mm emission line identifications in Abell 2744, MACSJ 0416.1-2403, MACSJ 1149.5+2223, Abell 370, and Abell S1063
The ALMA Frontier Fields Survey. I. 1.1 mm continuum detections in Abell 2744, MACS J0416.1-2403 and MACS J1149.5+2223
THE CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH SURVEY: 7 MS SOURCE CATALOGS
The Chandra Deep Field-South Survey=> 7 Ms Source Catalogs
The close environments of accreting massive black holes are shaped by radiative feedback
The Luminous Blue Variable RMC 127 as Seen with ALMA and ATCA
The Luminous Blue Variable RMC 127 as Seen with ALMA and ATCA
The MUSE view of the host galaxy of GRB 100316D
The NuSTAR Extragalactic Survey=> Average Broadband X-Ray Spectral Properties of the NuSTAR-detected AGNs
The NuSTAR Hard X-Ray Survey of the Norma Arm Region
The NuSTAR Hard X-Ray Survey of the Norma Arm Region
The NuSTAR Serendipitous Survey: Hunting for the Most Extreme Obscured AGN at > 10keV
The NuSTAR Serendipitous Survey: The 40-month Catalog and the Properties of the Distant High-energy X-Ray Source Population
The NuSTAR Serendipitous Survey=> The 40-month Catalog and the Properties of the Distant High-energy X-Ray Source Population
The Phoenix galaxy as seen by NuSTAR
The Phoenix galaxy as seen by NuSTAR
The weak Fe fluorescence line and long-term X-ray evolution of the Compton-thick active galactic nucleus in NGC 7674
The weak Fe fluorescence line and long-term X-ray evolution of the Compton-thick active galactic nucleus in NGC7674
Tracing the accretion history of supermassive black holes through X-ray variability=> results from the Chandra Deep Field-South
Unveiling the AGN in IC 883: discovery of a parsec-scale radio jet
Unveiling the AGN in IC 883=> discovery of a parsec-scale radio jet
X-Ray Bolometric Corrections for Compton-thick Active Galactic Nuclei
X-Ray Spectral Analyses of AGNs from the 7Ms Chandra Deep Field-South Survey=> The Distribution, Variability, and Evolutions of AGN Obscuration
Young Galaxy Candidates in the Hubble Frontier Fields. IV. MACS J1149.5+2223
Young Galaxy Candidates in the Hubble Frontier Fields. IV. MACS J1149.5+2223
A `high-hard' outburst of the black hole X-ray binary GS 1354-64
A NEW POPULATION OF COMPTON-THICK AGNs IDENTIFIED USING THE SPECTRAL CURVATURE ABOVE 10 keV
A New Population of Compton-thick AGNs Identified Using the Spectral Curvature above 10 keV
A ‘high-hard’ outburst of the black hole X-ray binary GS 1354−64
ALMA SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY IN THE HUBBLE ULTRA DEEP FIELD: CO LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE COSMIC DENSITY OF MOLECULAR GAS
ALMA SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY IN THE HUBBLE ULTRA DEEP FIELD: SURVEY DESCRIPTION
ALMA SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY IN THE HUBBLE ULTRA DEEP FIELD: THE INFRARED EXCESS OF UV-SELECTED z = 2–10 GALAXIES AS A FUNCTION OF UV-CONTINUUM SLOPE AND STELLAR MASS
ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field=> CO Luminosity Functions and the Evolution of the Cosmic Density of Molecular Gas
ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field=> Survey Description
ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field=> The Infrared Excess of UV-Selected z = 2-10 Galaxies as a Function of UV-Continuum Slope and Stellar Mass
BlackCAT: A catalogue of stellar-mass black holes in X-ray transients
BlackCAT=> A catalogue of stellar-mass black holes in X-ray transients
Constraining the shielded wind scenario in PG 2112+059
Constraining the shielded wind scenario in PG 2112+059
Do some AGN lack X-ray emission?
Do some AGN lack X-ray emission?
Hard X-ray emission of the luminous infrared galaxy NGC 6240 as observed by NuSTAR
Hard X-ray emission of the luminous infrared galaxy NGC 6240 as observed by NuSTAR
Hard X-ray emission of the luminous infrared galaxy NGC 6240 as observed by NuSTAR
HOT DUST OBSCURED GALAXIES WITH EXCESS BLUE LIGHT: DUAL AGN OR SINGLE AGN UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS?
HOT DUST OBSCURED GALAXIES WITH EXCESS BLUE LIGHT=> DUAL AGN OR SINGLE AGN UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS?
IC 3639—A NEW BONA FIDE COMPTON-THICK AGN UNVEILED BY NuSTAR
IC 3639—a New Bona Fide Compton-Thick AGN Unveiled by NuSTAR
IC 751: A NEW CHANGING LOOK AGN DISCOVERED BY NUSTAR
IC 751=> A NEW CHANGING LOOK AGN DISCOVERED BY NUSTAR
Interacting supernovae and supernova impostors. LSQ13zm: An outburst heralds the death of a massive star
Interacting supernovae and supernova impostors. LSQ13zm=> An outburst heralds the death of a massive star
LONG-TERM X-RAY VARIABILITY OF TYPICAL ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN THE DISTANT UNIVERSE
Long-term X-Ray Variability of Typical Active Galactic Nuclei in the Distant Universe
Mid-infrared luminous quasars in the GOODS-Herschel fields: A large population of heavily obscured, Compton-thick quasars at z ? 2
Mid-infrared luminous quasars in the GOODS-Herschel fields=> a large population of heavily obscured, Compton-thick quasars at z approximately 2
MULTI-SIGHTLINE OBSERVATION OF NARROW ABSORPTION LINES IN LENSED QUASAR SDSS J1029+2623
Multi-Sightline Observation of Narrow Absorption Lines in Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623
Non-linearity and environmental dependence of the star-forming galaxies main sequence
Non-linearity and environmental dependence of the star-forming galaxies main sequence
NuSTAR catches the unveiling nucleus of NGC 1068
NuSTAR UNVEILS A HEAVILY OBSCURED LOW-LUMINOSITY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS IN THE LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXY NGC 6286
NuSTAR HARD X-RAY SURVEY OF THE GALACTIC CENTER REGION. II. X-RAY POINT SOURCES
NuSTAR RESOLVES THE FIRST DUAL AGN ABOVE 10 keV IN SWIFT J2028.5+2543
NuSTAR reveals the extreme properties of the super-Eddington accreting supermassive black hole in PG 1247+267
NuSTAR UNVEILS A HEAVILY OBSCURED LOW-LUMINOSITY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS IN THE LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXY NGC 6286
NuSTAR catches the unveiling nucleus of NGC 1068
NuSTAR Hard X-Ray Survey of the Galactic Center Region. II. X-Ray Point Sources
NuSTAR observations of water megamaser AGN
NuSTAR observations of water megamaser AGN
NuSTAR Resolves the First Dual AGN above 10 keV in SWIFT J2028.5+2543
NuSTAR reveals the extreme properties of the super-Eddington accreting supermassive black hole in PG 1247+267
Searching for molecular outflows in hyperluminous infrared galaxies
Searching for molecular outflows in hyperluminous infrared galaxies
SPATIALLY RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY OF SUBMILLIMETER GALAXIES AT z ≃ 2
Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy of Submillimeter Galaxies at z &#8771; 2
SpIES: THE SPITZER IRAC EQUATORIAL SURVEY
SpIES=> The Spitzer IRAC Equatorial Survey
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEYS: THE NUMBER COUNTS OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AND THE RESOLVED FRACTION OF THE COSMIC X-RAY BACKGROUND
THE 2 Ms CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-NORTH SURVEY AND THE 250 Ks EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH SURVEY: IMPROVED POINT-SOURCE CATALOGS
The 2 Ms Chandra Deep Field-North Survey and the 250 ks Extended Chandra Deep Field-South Survey=> Improved Point-source Catalogs
THE ALMA SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY IN THE HUBBLE ULTRA DEEP FIELD: MOLECULAR GAS RESERVOIRS IN HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES
THE ALMA SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY IN THE HUBBLE ULTRA DEEP FIELD: CONTINUUM NUMBER COUNTS, RESOLVED 1.2 mm EXTRAGALACTIC BACKGROUND, AND PROPERTIES OF THE FAINTEST DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
THE ALMA SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY IN THE HUBBLE ULTRA DEEP FIELD: SEARCH FOR [${\rm{C}}\,{\rm{II}}$] LINE AND DUST EMISSION IN 6 < z < 8 GALAXIES
The ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field=> Continuum Number Counts, Resolved 1.2 mm Extragalactic Background, and Properties of the Faintest Dusty Star-forming Galaxies
The ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field=> Molecular Gas Reservoirs in High-redshift Galaxies
The ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field=> Search for [CII] Line and Dust Emission in 6<z<8 Galaxies
The deepest X-ray view of high-redshift galaxies: constraints on low-rate black hole accretion
The deepest X-ray view of high-redshift galaxies=> constraints on low-rate black hole accretion
THE EVOLUTION OF NORMAL GALAXY X-RAY EMISSION THROUGH COSMIC HISTORY: CONSTRAINTS FROM THE 6 MS CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH
The Evolution of Normal Galaxy X-Ray Emission through Cosmic History=> Constraints from the 6 MS Chandra Deep Field-South
The Geometry of the Infrared and X-Ray Obscurer in a Dusty Hyperluminous Quasar
THE GEOMETRY OF THE INFRARED AND X-RAY OBSCURER IN A DUSTY HYPERLUMINOUS QUASAR
The KMOS AGN Survey at High redshift (KASHz): The prevalence and drivers of ionized outflows in the host galaxies of X-ray AGN
The nature of the torus in the heavily obscured AGN Markarian 3: an X-ray study
The nature of the torus in the heavily obscured AGN Markarian 3=> an X-ray study
The NuSTAR Extragalactic Surveys=> The Number Counts of Active Galactic Nuclei and the Resolved Fraction of the Cosmic X-Ray Background
X-ray and radio emission from the luminous supernova 2005kd
X-ray and radio emission from the luminous supernova 2005kd
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. III. MACS J0717.5+3745
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. III. MACS J0717.5+3745
A NuSTAR SURVEY OF NEARBY ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES
A FIRST LOOK AT THE X-RAY POPULATION OF THE YOUNG MASSIVE CLUSTER VVV CL077
A FIRST LOOK AT THE X-RAY POPULATION OF THE YOUNG MASSIVE CLUSTER VVV CL077
A NuSTAR SURVEY OF NEARBY ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES
An extragalactic spectroscopic survey of the SSA22 field
An extragalactic spectroscopic survey of the SSA22 field
BROADBAND OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMPTON-THICK NUCLEUS OF NGC 3393
BROADBAND OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMPTON-THICK NUCLEUS OF NGC 3393
COMPTON-THICK ACCRETION IN THE LOCAL UNIVERSE
COMPTON-THICK ACCRETION IN THE LOCAL UNIVERSE
DETERMINING THE COVERING FACTOR OF COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI WITH NuSTAR
DETERMINING THE COVERING FACTOR OF COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI WITH NuSTAR
Extended hard-X-ray emission in the inner few parsecs of the Galaxy
Extended hard-X-ray emission in the inner few parsecs of the Galaxy
Frontier Fields: Combining HST, VLT, and Spitzer data to explore the z similar to 8 Universe behind the lensing cluster MACSJ0416.1-2403
Frontier Fields=> Combining HST, VLT, and Spitzer data to explore the z similar to 8 Universe behind the lensing cluster MACSJ0416.1-2403
G359.97-0.038: A HARD X-RAY FILAMENT ASSOCIATED WITH A SUPERNOVA SHELL-MOLECULAR CLOUD INTERACTION
G359.97-0.038=> A HARD X-RAY FILAMENT ASSOCIATED WITH A SUPERNOVA SHELL-MOLECULAR CLOUD INTERACTION
HARD X-RAY MORPHOLOGICAL AND SPECTRAL STUDIES OF THE GALACTIC CENTER MOLECULAR CLOUD SGR B2: CONSTRAINING PAST SGR A(star) FLARING ACTIVITY
HARD X-RAY MORPHOLOGICAL AND SPECTRAL STUDIES OF THE GALACTIC CENTER MOLECULAR CLOUD SGR B2=> CONSTRAINING PAST SGR A(star) FLARING ACTIVITY
Long-term non-invasive and continuous measurements of legume nodule activity
NuSTAR HARD X-RAY SURVEY OF THE GALACTIC CENTER REGION. I. HARD X-RAY MORPHOLOGY AND SPECTROSCOPY OF THE DIFFUSE EMISSION
NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS AND ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCE CANDIDATE IN NGC 5643
NuSTAR SPECTROSCOPY OF MULTI-COMPONENT X-RAY REFLECTION FROM NGC 1068
NUSTAR AND SUZAKU X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY OF NGC 4151: EVIDENCE FOR REFLECTION FROM THE INNER ACCRETION DISK
NUSTAR AND SUZAKU X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY OF NGC 4151=> EVIDENCE FOR REFLECTION FROM THE INNER ACCRETION DISK
NuSTAR HARD X-RAY SURVEY OF THE GALACTIC CENTER REGION. I. HARD X-RAY MORPHOLOGY AND SPECTROSCOPY OF THE DIFFUSE EMISSION
NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS AND ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCE CANDIDATE IN NGC 5643
NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS AND ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCE CANDIDATE IN NGC 5643
NuSTAR REVEALS EXTREME ABSORPTION IN z < 0.5 TYPE 2 QUASARS
NuSTAR REVEALS EXTREME ABSORPTION IN z < 0.5 TYPE 2 QUASARS
NuSTAR SPECTROSCOPY OF MULTI-COMPONENT X-RAY REFLECTION FROM NGC 1068
On the diversity of superluminous supernovae: ejected mass as the dominant factor
On the diversity of superluminous supernovae: ejected mass as the dominant factor
PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects
PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects
SN 2009ip at late times - an interacting transient at+2 years
SN 2009ip at late times - an interacting transient at+2 years
Spectroscopy of superluminous supernova host galaxies. A preference of hydrogen-poor events for extreme emission line galaxies
Spectroscopy of superluminous supernova host galaxies. A preference of hydrogen-poor events for extreme emission line galaxies
STORM IN A "TEACUP": A RADIO-QUIET QUASAR WITH approximate to 10 kpc RADIO-EMITTING BUBBLES AND EXTREME GAS KINEMATICS
Storm in a "Teacup": A Radio-quiet Quasar with ~10 kpc Radio-emitting Bubbles and Extreme Gas Kinematics
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY: FIRST DIRECT MEASUREMENTS OF THE ?10 keV X-RAY LUMINOSITY FUNCTION FOR ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT z > 0.1
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEYS: INITIAL RESULTS AND CATALOG FROM THE EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD SOUTH
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEYS: OVERVIEW AND CATALOG FROM THE COSMOS FIELD
THE NuSTAR VIEW OF REFLECTION AND ABSORPTION IN NGC 7582
The host galaxies of X- ray selected active galactic nuclei to z=2.5: Structure, star formation, and their relationships from CANDELS and Herschel/PACS
The host galaxies of X- ray selected active galactic nuclei to z=2.5: Structure, star formation, and their relationships from CANDELS and Herschel/PACS
The KMOS AGN Survey at High redshift (KASHz)=> The prevalence and drivers of ionized outflows in the host galaxies of X-ray AGN
THE MULTI-LAYER VARIABLE ABSORBERS IN NGC 1365 REVEALED BY XMM-NEWTON AND NuSTAR
THE MULTI-LAYER VARIABLE ABSORBERS IN NGC 1365 REVEALED BY XMM-NEWTON AND NuSTAR
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY: FIRST DIRECT MEASUREMENTS OF THE greater than or similar to 10 keV X-RAY LUMINOSITY FUNCTION FOR ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT z > 0.1
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY: FIRST DIRECT MEASUREMENTS OF THE greater than or similar to 10 keV X-RAY LUMINOSITY FUNCTION FOR ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT z > 0.1
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEYS: INITIAL RESULTS AND CATALOG FROM THE EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD SOUTH
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEYS: INITIAL RESULTS AND CATALOG FROM THE EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD SOUTH
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEYS: OVERVIEW AND CATALOG FROM THE COSMOS FIELD
THE NuSTAR VIEW OF REFLECTION AND ABSORPTION IN NGC 7582
THE NuSTAR VIEW OF REFLECTION AND ABSORPTION IN NGC 7582
The NuSTAR X-ray spectrum of the low-luminosity active galactic nucleus in NGC 7213
The NuSTAR X-ray spectrum of the low-luminosity active galactic nucleus in NGC 7213
THE QUEST-La SILLA AGN VARIABILITY SURVEY
THE QUEST-La SILLA AGN VARIABILITY SURVEY
The XMM deep survey in the CDF-S
The XMM deep survey in the CDF-S IX. An X-ray outflow in a luminous obscured quasar at z approximate to 1.6
The XMM deep survey in the CDF-S. IX. An X-ray outflow in a luminous obscured quasar at z &#8776; 1.6
Ultra-deep catalog of X-ray groups in the Extended Chandra Deep Field South
Ultra-deep catalog of X-ray groups in the Extended Chandra Deep Field South
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. II. MACS J0416?2403
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. II. MACS J0416-2403
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. II. MACS J0416-2403
A GEOMETRICALLY SUPPORTED z similar to 10 CANDIDATE MULTIPLY IMAGED BY THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS CLUSTER A2744
A Geometrically Supported z ~ 10 Candidate Multiply Imaged by the Hubble Frontier Fields Cluster A2744
FIRST HARD X-RAY DETECTION OF THE NON-THERMAL EMISSION AROUND THE ARCHES CLUSTER: MORPHOLOGY AND SPECTRAL STUDIES WITH NuSTAR
FIRST HARD X-RAY DETECTION OF THE NON-THERMAL EMISSION AROUND THE ARCHES CLUSTER=> MORPHOLOGY AND SPECTRAL STUDIES WITH NuSTAR
GRB 120422A/SN 2012bz: Bridging the gap between low- and high-luminosity gamma-ray bursts
GRB 120422A/SN 2012bz=> Bridging the gap between low- and high-luminosity gamma-ray bursts
HIGH-ENERGY X-RAY DETECTION OF G359.89-0.08 (SGR A-E): MAGNETIC FLUX TUBE EMISSION POWERED BY COSMIC RAYS?
HIGH-ENERGY X-RAY DETECTION OF G359.89-0.08 (SGR A-E)=> MAGNETIC FLUX TUBE EMISSION POWERED BY COSMIC RAYS?
INITIAL RESULTS FROM NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE NORMA ARM
INITIAL RESULTS FROM NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE NORMA ARM
INITIAL RESULTS FROM NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE NORMA ARM
Near-nfrared spectroscopy of 20 new Chandra sources in the Norma arm
Near-nfrared spectroscopy of 20 new Chandra sources in the Norma arm
NuSTAR AND XMM-NEWTON OBSERVATIONS OF LUMINOUS, HEAVILY OBSCURED, WISE-SELECTED QUASARS AT Z similar to 2
NuSTAR AND XMM-NEWTON OBSERVATIONS OF LUMINOUS, HEAVILY OBSCURED, WISE-SELECTED QUASARS AT Z similar to 2
NuSTAR AND XMM-NEWTON OBSERVATIONS OF LUMINOUS, HEAVILY OBSCURED, WISE-SELECTED QUASARS AT Z similar to 2
NuSTAR J033202-2746.8: DIRECT CONSTRAINTS ON THE COMPTON REFLECTION IN A HEAVILY OBSCURED QUASAR AT z approximate to 2
NuSTAR J033202-2746.8=> DIRECT CONSTRAINTS ON THE COMPTON REFLECTION IN A HEAVILY OBSCURED QUASAR AT z approximate to 2
NuSTAR J163433-4738.7: A FAST X-RAY TRANSIENT IN THE GALACTIC PLANE
NuSTAR J163433-4738.7: A FAST X-RAY TRANSIENT IN THE GALACTIC PLANE
NuSTAR J163433-4738.7=> A FAST X-RAY TRANSIENT IN THE GALACTIC PLANE
NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF HEAVILY OBSCURED QUASARS AT z similar to 0.5
NuSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF HEAVILY OBSCURED QUASARS AT z similar to 0.5
NuSTAR REVEALS AN INTRINSICALLY X-RAY WEAK BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASAR IN THE ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXY MARKARIAN 231
NuSTAR REVEALS AN INTRINSICALLY X-RAY WEAK BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASAR IN THE ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXY MARKARIAN 231
NuSTAR Unveils a Compton-thick Type 2 Quasar in Mrk 34
PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS IN THE HAWAII-HUBBLE DEEP FIELD-NORTH (H-HDF-N)
PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS IN THE HAWAII-HUBBLE DEEP FIELD-NORTH (H-HDF-N)
Rapidly growing black holes and host galaxies in the distant Universe from the Herschel Radio Galaxy Evolution Project
Rapidly growing black holes and host galaxies in the distant Universe from the Herschel Radio Galaxy Evolution Project
Reversal or no reversal: the evolution of the star formation rate-density relation up to z similar to 1.6
Reversal or no reversal=> the evolution of the star formation rate-density relation up to z similar to 1.6
Simultaneous NuSTAR and XMM-Newton 0.5-80 keV spectroscopy of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy SWIFT J2127.4+5654
Simultaneous NuSTAR and XMM-Newton 0.5-80 keV spectroscopy of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy SWIFT J2127.4+5654
THE 2-79 keV X-RAY SPECTRUM OF THE CIRCINUS GALAXY WITH NuSTAR, XMM-Newton, AND CHANDRA: A FULLY COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS
THE 2-79 keV X-RAY SPECTRUM OF THE CIRCINUS GALAXY WITH NuSTAR, XMM-Newton, AND CHANDRA: A FULLY COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS
THE ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS POPULATION IN X-RAY-SELECTED GALAXY GROUPS AT 0.5 < Z < 1.1
THE ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS POPULATION IN X-RAY-SELECTED GALAXY GROUPS AT 0.5 < Z < 1.1
The evolution of star formation activity in galaxy groups
The evolution of star formation activity in galaxy groups
The nature of supernovae 2010O and 2010P in Arp 299-II. Radio emission
The nature of supernovae 2010O and 2010P in Arp 299-II. Radio emission
THE NORMA ARM REGION CHANDRA SURVEY CATALOG: X-RAY POPULATIONS IN THE SPIRAL ARMS
THE NORMA ARM REGION CHANDRA SURVEY CATALOG: X-RAY POPULATIONS IN THE SPIRAL ARMS
THE NuSTAR VIEW OF NEARBY COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI: THE CASES OF NGC 424, NGC 1320, AND IC 2560
THE NuSTAR VIEW OF NEARBY COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI: THE CASES OF NGC 424, NGC 1320, AND IC 2560
THE NuSTAR VIEW OF NEARBY COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI: THE CASES OF NGC 424, NGC 1320, AND IC 2560
The seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 2110: Hard X-ray emission observed by NuSTAR and variability of the iron K? line
The seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 2110=> Hard X-ray emission observed by NuSTAR and variability of the iron K? line
THE VARIABLE HARD X-RAY EMISSION OF NGC 4945 AS OBSERVED BY NUSTAR
THE VARIABLE HARD X-RAY EMISSION OF NGC 4945 AS OBSERVED BY NUSTAR
THE VARIABLE HARD X-RAY EMISSION OF NGC 4945 AS OBSERVED BY NUSTAR
THE X-RAY LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS OF FIELD LOW-MASS X-RAY BINARIES IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES: EVIDENCE FOR A STELLAR AGE DEPENDENCE
THE X-RAY LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS OF FIELD LOW-MASS X-RAY BINARIES IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES=> EVIDENCE FOR A STELLAR AGE DEPENDENCE
The X-ray properties of the cometary blue compact dwarf galaxies Mrk 59 and Mrk 71
The X-ray properties of the cometary blue compact dwarf galaxies Mrk 59 and Mrk 71
WEAK HARD X-RAY EMISSION FROM BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASARS: EVIDENCE FOR INTRINSIC X-RAY WEAKNESS
WEAK HARD X-RAY EMISSION FROM BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASARS: EVIDENCE FOR INTRINSIC X-RAY WEAKNESS
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. I. A2744
YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES IN THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. I. A2744
An early and comprehensive millimetre and centimetre wave and X-ray study of SN 2011dh: a non-equipartition blast wave expanding into a massive stellar wind
An early and comprehensive millimetre and centimetre wave and X-ray study of SN 2011dh=> a non-equipartition blast wave expanding into a massive stellar wind
AN EXTREMELY LUMINOUS AND VARIABLE ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCE IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF CIRCINUS OBSERVED WITH NuSTAR
AN EXTREMELY LUMINOUS AND VARIABLE ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCE IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF CIRCINUS OBSERVED WITH NuSTAR
GOODS-Herschel=> radio-excess signature of hidden AGN activity in distant star-forming galaxies
HIGH-ENERGY X-RAYS FROM J174545.5-285829, THE CANNONBALL: A CANDIDATE PULSAR WIND NEBULA ASSOCIATED WITH Sgr A EAST
HIGH-ENERGY X-RAYS FROM J174545.5-285829, THE CANNONBALL=> A CANDIDATE PULSAR WIND NEBULA ASSOCIATED WITH Sgr A EAST
Magellan/MMIRS near-infrared multi-object spectroscopy of nebular emission from star-forming galaxies at 2 < z < 3
Magellan/MMIRS near-infrared multi-object spectroscopy of nebular emission from star-forming galaxies at 2 < z < 3
Magellan/MMIRS near-infrared multi-object spectroscopy of nebular emission from star-forming galaxies at 2 < z < 3
NUCLEAR ACTIVITY IS MORE PREVALENT IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
NUCLEAR ACTIVITY IS MORE PREVALENT IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
Performing a stellar autopsy using the radio-bright remnant of SN 1996cr
Performing a stellar autopsy using the radio-bright remnant of SN 1996cr
Rapidly growing black holes and host galaxies in the distant Universe from the Herschel Radio Galaxy Evolution Project
SN 2007bg: the complex circumstellar medium around one of the most radio-luminous broad-lined Type Ic supernovae
SN 2007bg=> the complex circumstellar medium around one of the most radio-luminous broad-lined Type Ic supernovae
SN 2009ip a la PESSTO: no evidence for core collapse yet
SN 2009ip a la PESSTO: no evidence for core collapse yet
SN 2009ip a la PESSTO=> no evidence for core collapse yet
The high-redshift (z > 3) active galactic nucleus population in the 4-Ms Chandra Deep Field-South
The high-redshift (z > 3) active galactic nucleus population in the 4-Ms Chandra Deep Field-South
The lack of star formation gradients in galaxy groups up to z similar to 1.6
The lack of star formation gradients in galaxy groups up to z similar to 1.6
THE NUCLEAR SPECTROSCOPIC TELESCOPE ARRAY (NuSTAR) HIGH-ENERGY X-RAY MISSION
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) High-energy X-Ray Mission
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY: A FIRST SENSITIVE LOOK AT THE HIGH-ENERGY COSMIC X-RAY BACKGROUND POPULATION
THE NuSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY=> A FIRST SENSITIVE LOOK AT THE HIGH-ENERGY COSMIC X-RAY BACKGROUND POPULATION
THREE NEW GALACTIC CENTER X-RAY SOURCES IDENTIFIED WITH NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
THREE NEW GALACTIC CENTER X-RAY SOURCES IDENTIFIED WITH NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
WEAK HARD X-RAY EMISSION FROM TWO BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASARS OBSERVED WITH NuSTAR: COMPTON-THICK ABSORPTION OR INTRINSIC X-RAY WEAKNESS?
WEAK HARD X-RAY EMISSION FROM TWO BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASARS OBSERVED WITH NuSTAR=> COMPTON-THICK ABSORPTION OR INTRINSIC X-RAY WEAKNESS?
Deep Silicate Absorption Features in Compton-thick Active Galactic Nuclei Predominantly Arise due to Dust in the Host Galaxy
DEEP SILICATE ABSORPTION FEATURES IN COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI PREDOMINANTLY ARISE DUE TO DUST IN THE HOST GALAXY
DEEP SILICATE ABSORPTION FEATURES IN COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI PREDOMINANTLY ARISE DUE TO DUST IN THE HOST GALAXY
Energetic galaxy-wide outflows in high-redshift ultraluminous infrared galaxies hosting AGN activity
Enhanced star formation rates in AGN hosts with respect to inactive galaxies from PEP-Herschel observations
Enhanced star formation rates in AGN hosts with respect to inactive galaxies from PEP-Herschel observations
GOODS- Herschel: Radio-excess signature of hidden AGN activity in distant star-forming galaxies
GOODS-Herschel: the far-infrared view of star formation in active galactic nucleus host galaxies since z = 3
GOODS-Herschel: the far-infrared view of star formation in active galactic nucleus host galaxies since z similar to 3
GOODS-Herschel: the far-infrared view of star formation in active galactic nucleus host galaxies since z similar to 3
THE 4 Ms CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH NUMBER COUNTS APPORTIONED BY SOURCE CLASS: PERVASIVE ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AND THE ASCENT OF NORMAL GALAXIES
THE 4 Ms CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH NUMBER COUNTS APPORTIONED BY SOURCE CLASS: PERVASIVE ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AND THE ASCENT OF NORMAL GALAXIES
THE LONG-TERM X-RAY VARIABILITY OF BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASARS
THE LONG-TERM X-RAY VARIABILITY OF BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASARS
The mean star formation rate of X-ray selected active galaxies and its evolution from z similar to 2.5: results from PEP-Herschel
The mean star formation rate of X-ray selected active galaxies and its evolution from z similar to 2.5: results from PEP-Herschel
TRACKING DOWN THE SOURCE POPULATION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE UNRESOLVED COSMIC 6-8 keV BACKGROUND
TRACKING DOWN THE SOURCE POPULATION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE UNRESOLVED COSMIC 6-8 keV BACKGROUND
VARIABILITY-SELECTED LOW-LUMINOSITY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN THE 4 Ms CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH
VARIABILITY-SELECTED LOW-LUMINOSITY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN THE 4 Ms CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH
REVEALING A POPULATION OF HEAVILY OBSCURED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT z approximate to 0.5-1 IN THE CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH
REVEALING A POPULATION OF HEAVILY OBSCURED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT z approximate to 0.5-1 IN THE CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH
SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE GROWTH IN STARBURST GALAXIES OVER COSMIC TIME: CONSTRAINTS FROM THE DEEPEST CHANDRA FIELDS
SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE GROWTH IN STARBURST GALAXIES OVER COSMIC TIME=> CONSTRAINTS FROM THE DEEPEST CHANDRA FIELDS
The Chandra Deep Field-South Survey: 4 Ms Source Catalogs
THE CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH SURVEY: 4 Ms SOURCE CATALOGS
The XMM Deep survey in the CDF-S I. First results on heavily obscured AGN
The XMM Deep survey in the CDF-S I. First results on heavily obscured AGN
X-Ray Spectral Constraints for z = 2 Massive Galaxies: The Identification of Reflection-dominated Active Galactic Nuclei
X-RAY SPECTRAL CONSTRAINTS FOR z approximate to 2 MASSIVE GALAXIES: THE IDENTIFICATION OF REFLECTION-DOMINATED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI
A Chandra Perspective on Galaxy-wide X-ray Binary Emission and its Correlation with Star Formation Rate and Stellar Mass: New Results from Luminous Infrared Galaxies
A CHANDRA PERSPECTIVE ON GALAXY-WIDE X-RAY BINARY EMISSION AND ITS CORRELATION WITH STAR FORMATION RATE AND STELLAR MASS: NEW RESULTS FROM LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES
Bursting SN 1996cr's bubble: hydrodynamic and X-ray modelling of its circumstellar medium
Bursting SN 1996cr's bubble: hydrodynamic and X-ray modelling of its circumstellar medium
COLOR-MAGNITUDE RELATIONS OF ACTIVE AND NON-ACTIVE GALAXIES IN THE CHANDRA DEEP FIELDS: HIGH-REDSHIFT CONSTRAINTS AND STELLAR-MASS SELECTION EFFECTS
Color-Magnitude Relations of Active and Non-active Galaxies in the Chandra Deep Fields: High-redshift Constraints and Stellar-mass Selection Effects
IDENTIFICATIONS AND PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS OF THE 2 Ms CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH SOURCES
Identifications and Photometric Redshifts of the 2 Ms Chandra Deep Field-South Sources
INNOVATIONS IN THE ANALYSIS OF CHANDRA-ACIS OBSERVATIONS
Innovations in the Analysis of Chandra-ACIS Observations
Radiation pressure, absorption and AGN feedback in the Chandra Deep Fields
Radiation pressure, absorption and AGN feedback in the Chandra Deep Fields
Star formation in AGN hosts in GOODS-N
Star formation in AGN hosts in GOODS-N
THE EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH SURVEY: OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY OF FAINT X-RAY SOURCES WITH THE VLT AND KECK
THE EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD-SOUTH SURVEY=> OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY OF FAINT X-RAY SOURCES WITH THE VLT AND KECK
X-ray Constraints on the Active Galactic Nuclei Properties in Spitzer-Infrared Spectrograph Identified z ~ 2 Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies
A CATALOG OF X-RAY POINT SOURCES FROM TWO MEGASECONDS OF CHANDRA OBSERVATIONS OF THE GALACTIC CENTER
A Catalog of X-Ray Point Sources from Two Megaseconds of Chandra Observations of the Galactic Center
DISCOVERY OF THE MOST DISTANT DOUBLE-PEAKED EMITTER AT z = 1.369
NEAR-INFRARED COUNTERPARTS TO CHANDRA X-RAY SOURCES TOWARD THE GALACTIC CENTER. I. STATISTICS AND A CATALOG OF CANDIDATES
THE CHANDRA DEEP PROTOCLUSTER SURVEY: EVIDENCE FOR AN ENHANCEMENT OF AGN ACTIVITY IN THE SSA22 PROTOCLUSTER AT z = 3.09
THE CHANDRA DEEP PROTOCLUSTER SURVEY: Lyα BLOBS ARE POWERED BY HEATING, NOT COOLING
The Chandra Deep Protocluster Survey: point-source catalogues for a 400-ks observation of the z = 3.09 protocluster in SSA22
The extended X-ray emission around HDF 130 at z = 1.99: an inverse Compton ghost of a giant radio source in the Chandra Deep Field -North
CONFIRMATION OF A CORRELATION BETWEEN THE X-RAY LUMINOSITY AND SPECTRAL SLOPE OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN THE CHANDRA DEEP FIELDS
Deep‐Survey Constraints on X‐Ray Outbursts from Galactic Nuclei
Luminosity-dependent X-Ray Active Galactic Nucleus Clustering?
Reliable Identification of Compton‐thick Quasars at z ≈ 2: Spitzer Mid‐Infrared Spectroscopy of HDF‐oMD49
Supernova 1996cr: SN 1987A’s Wild Cousin?
The Chandra Deep Field–South Survey: 2 Ms Source Catalogs
The evolution of agn host galaxies: From blue to red and the influence of large-scale structures
The evolution of agn host galaxies=> From blue to red and the influence of large-scale structures
Tracing the Mass‐Dependent Star Formation History of Late‐Type Galaxies Using X‐Ray Emission: Results from the Chandra Deep Fields
WEIGHING THE BLACK HOLES IN z ≈ 2 SUBMILLIMETER-EMITTING GALAXIES HOSTING ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI
Multiwavelength Study of Massive Galaxies at z  ∼ 2. II. Widespread Compton‐thick Active Galactic Nuclei and the Concurrent Growth of Black Holes and Bulges
Multiwavelength Study of Massive Galaxies at z ∼2. I. Star Formation and Galaxy Growth
The XMM-Newton serendipitous survey
The X‐Ray Evolution of Early‐Type Galaxies in the Extended Chandra Deep Field–South
Uncovering the Near‐IR Dwarf Galaxy Population of the Coma Cluster with Spitzer IRAC
X‐Ray Luminosity Functions of Normal Galaxies in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey
A Chandra Catalog of X‐Ray Sources in the Central 150 pc of the Galaxy
Can the unresolved X-ray background be explained by the emission from the optically-detected faint galaxies of the GOODS project?
Chandra Observations of Red Sloan Digital Sky Survey Quasars
Chandra X‐Ray Observations of Galaxies in an Off‐Center Region of the Coma Cluster
Infrared Power‐Law Galaxies in the Chandra Deep Field–South: Active Galactic Nuclei and Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies
Spitzer Observations of Massive, Red Galaxies at High Redshift
Spitzer number counts of active galactic nuclei in the goods fields
Spitzer number counts of active galactic nuclei in the goods fields
The Properties and Redshift Evolution of Intermediate-Luminosity Off-Nuclear X-Ray Sources in the Chandra Deep Fields
A Chandra observation of the z= 2.285 galaxy FSC 10214+4724: evidence for a Compton-thick quasar?
AGN Host Galaxies at z  ~ 0.4-1.3: Bulge-dominated and Lacking Merger-AGN Connection
An infrared imaging survey of the faint Chandra sources near the Galactic Centre
Correlations between bright submillimetre sources and low-redshift galaxies
Rapid growth of black holes in massive star-forming galaxies
The Extended Chandra Deep Field–South Survey: Chandra Point‐Source Catalogs
The Population of B z K -selected ULIRGs at z ~ 2
The prevalence of cooling cores in clusters of galaxies at z ≈ 0.15-0.4
The unresolved hard X-ray background: the missing source population implied by the Chandra and XMM--Newton deep fields
The X‐Ray Spectral Properties of SCUBA Galaxies
X-Ray Properties of Lyman Break Galaxies in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey
A Possible New Population of Sources with Extreme X-Ray/Optical Ratios
Chandra and Hubble Space Telescope Confirmation of the Luminous and Variable X-Ray Source IC 10 X-1 as a Possible Wolf-Rayet, Black Hole Binary
Chandra Observations of the Three Most Metal Deficient Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxies Known in the Local Universe, SBS 0335−052, SBS 0335−052W, and I Zw 18
Lower Mass Black Holes in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey? Off-nuclear X-Ray Sources
Obscured active galactic nuclei and the X-ray, optical, and far-infrared number counts of active galactic nuclei in the GOODS fields
Obscured active galactic nuclei and the X-ray, optical, and far-infrared number counts of active galactic nuclei in the GOODS fields
The Chandra Deep Field–North Survey. XVII. Evolution of Magnetic Activity in Old Late‐Type Stars
The fall of active galactic nuclei and the rise of star-forming galaxies: A close look at the Chandra Deep Field X-ray number counts
The fall of active galactic nuclei and the rise of star-forming galaxies=> A close look at the Chandra Deep Field X-ray number counts
The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey: Initial Results from Optical and Near-Infrared Imaging
The Space Density of High-Redshift QSOs in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey
X-ray spectroscopy and variability of AGN detected in the 2 Ms Chandra Deep Field-North Survey
X-rays from the first massive black holes
Optical and Infrared Properties of the 2 Ms Chandra Deep Field North X-Ray Sources
Probing the Complex and Variable X-Ray Absorption of Markarian 6 with XMM-Newton
Resolving the source populations that contribute to the X-ray background: The 2 Ms Chandra Deep Field-North Survey
The AGN source population in the Chandra Deep Field-North Survey: constraints from X-ray spectroscopy and variability
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. XIII. 2 Ms Point-Source Catalogs
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. XIV. X-Ray–Detected Obscured AGN[CLC]s[/CLC] and Starburst Galaxies in the Bright Submillimeter Source Population
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. XV. Optically Bright, X-Ray-Faint Sources
The weak outnumbering the mighty: normal galaxies in deep Chandra surveys
The X-Ray Properties of the Nearby Star-forming Galaxy IC 342: The XMM-Newton View
Very High Redshift X-Ray–selected Active Galactic Nuclei in the Chandra Deep Field–North
X-rays from the high-redshift universe: The Chandra view
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. IX. Extended X-Ray Sources
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. X. X-Ray Emission from Very Red Objects
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. XII. The Link between Faint X-Ray and Radio Source Populations
The Chandra Deep Field-North Survey and the cosmic X-ray background
The Chandra Deep Field–North Survey. VIII. X‐Ray Constraints on Spiral Galaxies from 0.4 < z < 1.5
The Chandra Deep Field–North Survey. XI. X-Ray Emission from Luminous Infrared Starburst Galaxies
The Chandra Deep Field–North Survey. XVI. The X-Ray Properties of Moderate-Luminosity Active Galaxies at [CLC][ITAL]z[/ITAL][/CLC] ] 4
A Chandra Study of the Circinus Galaxy Point-Source Population
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. V. 1 M[CLC]s[/CLC] Source Catalogs
The Chandra Deep Field North Survey. VI. The Nature of the Optically Faint X-Ray Source Population
The Chandra Deep Field–North Survey. VII. X-Ray Emission from Lyman Break Galaxies
Multiwavelength Observations of the Second-Largest Known Fanaroff-Riley Type II Radio Galaxy, NVSS 2146+82
RBSC‐NVSS Sample. I. Radio and Optical Identifications of a Complete Sample of 1556 Bright X‐Ray Sources
X‐Ray Properties of the Abell 644 Cluster of Galaxies
Determinations of Metal Abundances from ROSAT Observations

ConferencePaper (4)

MOONS: the Multi-Object Optical and Near-infrared Spectrograph for the VLT
MOONS: A multi-object optical and near-infrared spectrograph for the VLT
Radio insight into the nature of type IIb progenitors
Spectropolarimetry of type IIn SN2010jl: Peering into the heart of a monster

Errata (2)

The ALMA Frontier Fields Survey IV. Lensing-corrected 1.1 mm number counts in Abell 2744, MACS J0416.1-2403, and MACS J1149.5+2223 (Corrigendum) (vol 620, A125, 2018)
NuSTAR UNVEILS A COMPTON-THICK TYPE 2 QUASAR IN MrK 34 (vol 792, pg 117, 2014)

Proyecto (13)

ALMA Studies of Dusty Galaxies and AGN
Exploring the Formation and Growth of Galaxies=> the First 5 Gyr in the Universe
EXPLORING THE FRONTIERS OF THE UNIVERSE
ROBUST CONSTRAINTS ON THE GROWTH OF SUPER-MASSIVE BLACK HOLES
AN EXTINCTION-FREE VIEW OF STAR FORMING GALAXIES AND THEIR CONSTITUENTS THROUGH RADIO AND MM/SUB-MM OBSERVATIONS.
Millenium Institute of Astrophysics (MAS)
THE ROLE OF SMBHS IN GALAXY EVOLUTION
INCREASING THE CENSUS OF GALACTIC STELLAR-MASS BLACK HOLES IN X-RAY BINARIES
PROBING THE NATURE OF GAMMA-RAY BURSTS WITH HIGH-LUMINOSITY SUPERNOVAE IN SUB-LUMINOUS DWARF GALAXIES
USING ALMA TO REVEAL THE STAR-FORMATION AND AGN ACTIVITY IN SAMPLES OF HERSCHEL-DETECTED GALAXIES
A MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF AGN EVOLUTION AND QUASAR OUTFLOWS
THE ROLE OF AGN FEEDBACK IN THE COEVAL GROWTH OF SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES AND GALAXIES
Centro de Astrofísica y Tecnologías Afines (CATA)

Review (2)

Energetic galaxy-wide outflows in high-redshift ultraluminous infrared galaxies hosting AGN activity
X-RAY CONSTRAINTS ON THE ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI PROPERTIES IN SPITZER-INFRARED SPECTROGRAPH IDENTIFIED z similar to 2 ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES
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Franz Bauer

Associate Professor

Instituto de Astrofisica

PONTIFICÍA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE, DEPARTAMENTO DE ASTRONOMÍA Y ASTROFÍSICA

Santiago, Chile

33
Ezequiel Treister

Associate Professor

Institute of Astrophysics

Pontificia Universidad Catolica

Santiago, Chile

29
Claudio Ricci

Profesor Asistente

Astronomia

Universidad Diego Portales

Santiago, Chile

21
Patricia Arevalo

Profesor Adjunto (Associate Professor)

Instituto de Fisica y Astronomia

Universidad de Valparaíso

Valparaíso, Chile

18
Roberto Assef

Profesor Titular

Núcleo de Astronomía de la Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias

Universidad Diego Portales

Santiago, Chile

15
Jorge González

Postdoc

Observatorio Las Campanas

Carnegie Institution of Washington

La Serena, Chile

14
Manuel Aravena

Director - Associate Professor

Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias

Universidad Diego Portales

Santiago, Chile

9
Timo Anguita

Associate Professor

Ciencias Fisicas

Universidad Andrés Bello

Santiago, Chile

8
Eduardo Ibar

Profesor Asociado

Instituto de Física y Astronomía

Universidad de Valparaíso

Valparaíso, Chile

6
Paulina Troncoso

Professor

Engineering

Universidad Central de Chile

La Serena, Chile

5
Ricardo Demarco

Profesor Asociado

Astronomia

UNIVERSIDAD DE CONCEPCION, DEPARTAMENTO DE ASTRONOMIA

Concepcion, Chile

5
Neil Nagar

Profesor Titular (Full Professor)

Astronomia

UNIVERSIDAD DE CONCEPCION

Concepcion, Chile

5
Nelson Padilla

Profesor Titular

Astrophysics

Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

3
Paulina Lira

Associate Professor

Astronomía

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

2
Luis Barrientos

Associate Professor, Director

Institute of Astrophysics

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

2
Dante Minniti

Professor

Facultad de Ciencias Exactas

UNIVERSIDAD ANDRES BELLO

Santiago, Chile

2
Miguel Torres

Associate Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

2
Leonardo Vanzi

full time

Electrical Engineering

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Paula Sánchez

Investigador Postdoctoral

Instituto Milenio de Astrofísica

Santiago, Chile

1
Ricardo Amorin

Associate Professor (Académico)

Fisica y Astronomia

Universidad de La Serena

La Serena, Chile

1
Manuela Zoccali

Profesor Asociado

Facultad de Física

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Paolo Cassata

Assistant professor

Fisica y Astronomia

Universidad de Valparaiso

Valparaiso, Chile

1
Ricardo Munoz

Associate Professor

Astronomy

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Andres Escala

Associated Professor. (ternured

Astronomía

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Giuliano Pignata

Associate professor

Universidad Andrés Bello

Santiago, Chile

1
Diego Calderón

Investigador Postdoctoral

Instituto de Física Teórica

Univerzita Karlova v Praze

Praga, Rep. Checa

1
Isabelle JARRY

Directora Licenciatura en Astronomía

Ciencias Físicas

UNIVERSIDAD ANDRES BELLO,

Santiago, Chile

1
Francisco Forster

Scientist

Center for Mathematical Modelling

UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Alejandro Clocchiatti

Professor

Astrophysics

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Alejandra Rojas

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Universidad de Antofagasta

Antofagasta, Chile

1
Carolina Finlez

Postdoctoral Fellow

catolica

Santiago, Chile