ÉANNA FLANAGAN'S REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. The Hoop Conjecture for Black Hole Horizon Formation

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 44, 2409-2415 (1991). [PRD link]

  2. Trapped surfaces in nonspherical initial data sets and the hoop conjecture

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 46, 1429-1435 (1992). [PRD link]

  3. The Last 3 Minutes: Issues in Gravitational Wave Measurements of Coalescing Compact Binaries

    C. Cutler, T.A. Apostolatos, L. Bildsten, L.S. Finn, É. É. Flanagan, D. Kennefick, D.M. Markovic, A. Ori, E. Poisson, G.J. Sussman and K.S. Thorne, Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 2984-2987 (1993). [astro-ph/9208005] [PRL link]

  4. The sensitivity of the Laser Interferometric Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) to a stochastic background, and its dependence on the detector orientations

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 48, 2389-2407 (1993). [astro-ph/9305029] [PRD link]

  5. Gravitational waves from merging compact binaries: How accurately can the binary's parameters be determined from the inspiral waveform?

    C. Cutler and É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 49, 2658-2697 (1994). [astro-ph/9402014] [PRD link]

  6. How generic are null spacetime singularities?

    É. É. Flanagan and A. Ori, Phys. Rev. D 53, R1754 (1996). [astro-ph/9508066] [PRD link]

  7. Does backreaction enforce the averaged null energy condition in semiclassical gravity?

    É. É. Flanagan and R.M. Wald, Phys. Rev. D 54, 6233-6283 (1996). [gr-qc/9602052] [PRD link]

  8. Quantum Inequalities in two dimensional Minkowski spacetime

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 56, 4922-4926 (1997). [gr-qc/9706006] [ PRD link]

  9. Bayesian Analysis of the Polarization of Distant Radio Sources: Limits on Cosmological Birefringence

    T.J. Loredo, É. É. Flanagan and I.M. Wasserman, Phys Rev. D 56, 7507-7512 (1997). [astro-ph/9706258] [ PRD link]

  10. Measuring gravitational waves from binary black hole coalescence: I. Signal to Noise for Inspiral, Merger and Ringdown

    É. É. Flanagan and S.A. Hughes, Phys. Rev. D 57, 4535-4565 (1998). [gr-qc/9701039] [ PRD link]

  11. Measuring gravitational waves from binary black hole coalescences: II. The waves' information and its extraction, with and without merger templates

    É. É. Flanagan and S.A. Hughes, Phys. Rev. D 57, 4566-4587 (1998). [gr-qc/9710129] [ PRD link]

  12. General-relativistic coupling between orbital motion and internal degrees of freedom for inspiraling binary neutron stars

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 58, 124030 (1998). [gr-qc/9706045] [ PRD link]

  13. How unique is the expected stress-energy tensor of a massive scalar field

    W. Tichy and É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 58, 124007 (1998). [gr-qc/9807015] [ PRD link]

  14. Possible explanation for star crushing effect in binary neutron star simulations

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 82, 1354-1357 (1999). [astro-ph/9811132] [ PRL link]

  15. Can the post-Newtonian gravitational waveform of an inspiraling binary be improved by solving the energy balance equation numerically?

    W. Tichy, É. É. Flanagan and E. Poisson, Phys. Rev. D 61, 104015 (2000). [gr-qc/9912075] [ PRD link]

  16. Is the squeezing of relic gravitational waves produced by inflation detectable?

    B. Allen, É. É. Flanagan and M.A. Papa, Phys. Rev. D 61, 024024 (2000). [gr-qc/9906054] [ PRD link]

  17. Proof of Classical Versions of the Bousso Entropy Bound and of the Generalized Second Law

    É. É. Flanagan, D. Marolf, and R.M. Wald, Phys. Rev. D 62, 084035 (2000). [hep-th/9908070] [ PRD link]

  18. A Cosmology of the Brane World

    É. É. Flanagan, S.-H. H. Tye and I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 62, 024011 (2000). [hep-ph/9909373] [ PRD link]

  19. Cosmological Expansion in the Randall-Sundrum Brane World Scenario

    É. É. Flanagan, S.-H. H. Tye and I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 62, 044039 (2000). [hep-ph/9910498] [ PRD link]

  20. An excess power statistic for detection of burst sources of gravitational radiation

    W.G. Anderson, P.R. Brady, J.D.E. Creighton and É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 63, 042003 (2001). [gr-qc/0008066] [ PRD link]

  21. A Brane World Perspective on the Cosmological Constant and Hierarchy Problems

    É. É. Flanagan, N. Jones, H. Stoica, S.-H. H. Tye, and I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 64, 045007 (2001). [hep-th/0012129] [ PRD link]

  22. Probe Brane Dynamics and the Cosmological Constant

    É. É. Flanagan, R.J. Hill, N. Jones, S.-H. H. Tye and I. Wasserman, Phys. Lett. B515, 161-169 (2001). [hep-th/0105293] [ Physics Letters link]

  23. Angular momentum ambiguities in asymptotically flat spacetimes which are perturbations of stationary spacetimes

    W. Tichy and É. É. Flanagan, Class. Quantum Grav. 18, 3995-4003 (2001). [ CQG link]

  24. Brane World Models with Bulk Scalar Fields

    É. É. Flanagan, S.-H. H. Tye and I. Wasserman, Phys. Lett. B522, 155-165 (2001). [hep-th/0110070] [Physics Letters link]

  25. Nonlinear mode coupling in rotating stars and the r-mode instability in neutron stars

    A. K. Schenk, P. Arras, É. É. Flanagan, , S. A. Teukolsky, I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 65, 024001 (2002). [gr-qc/0101092] [ PRD link]

  26. Robust statistics for deterministic and stochastic gravitational waves in non-Gaussian noise: Frequentist analyses

    B. Allen, J.D.E. Creighton, É. É. Flanagan and J.D. Romano, {Phys. Rev. D 65, 122002 (2002). [gr-qc/0105100] [PRD link]

  27. Saturation of the R-mode Instability

    P. Arras, É. É. Flanagan, S.M. Morsink, A.K. Schenk, S.A. Teukolsky and I. Wasserman, Ap. J. 591, 1129-1151 (2003). [astro-ph/0202345] [NASA ADS link]

  28. Robust statistics for deterministic and stochastic gravitational waves in non-Gaussian noise. II: Bayesian analyses

    B. Allen, J.D.E. Creighton, É. É. Flanagan and J.D. Romano, Phys. Rev. D 67, 122002 (2003). [gr-qc/0205015] [PRD link]

  29. Quantum inequalities in two dimensional curved spacetimes

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 66, 104007 (2002). [gr-qc/0208066] [ PRD Link]

  30. Detection methods for non-Gaussian gravitational wave stochastic backgrounds

    S. Drasco and É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 67, 082003 (2003). [gr-qc/0210032] [PRD Link]

  31. Simple sufficient conditions for the generalized covariant entropy bound

    R. Bousso, É. É. Flanagan and D. Marolf, Phys. Rev. D 68, 064001 (2003). [hep-th/0305149] [ PRD link ]

  32. Detector Description and Performance for the First Coincidence Observations between LIGO and GEO

    B. Abbott et. al. (LSC), Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A517, 154-179 (2004). [gr-qc/0308043] [ NASA ADS Link]

  33. 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

    B. Abbott et. al. (LSC), Phys. Rev. D 69, 082004 (2004). [gr-qc/0308050] [PRD Link]

  34. Palatini form of 1/R gravity

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 071101 (2004). [astro-ph/0308111] [PRL Link]

  35. Higher order gravity theories and scalar tensor theories

    É. É. Flanagan, Class. Quant. Grav. 21, 417-426 (2003). [gr-qc/0309015] [ CQG Link]

  36. First upper limits from LIGO on gravitational wave bursts

    B. Abbott et. al. (LSC), Phys. Rev. D 69, 102001 (2004). [gr-qc/0312056] [ PRD Link]

  37. Analysis of LIGO data for gravitational waves from binary neutron stars

    B. Abbott et. al. (LSC), Phys. Rev. D. 69, 122001 (2004). [gr-qc/0308069] [ PRD Link]

  38. The conformal frame freedom in theories of gravitation

    É. É. Flanagan, Class. Quant. Grav. 21, 3817-3829 (2004). [Selected by the editors as one of the "Research Highlight" papers of 2004/2005] [gr-qc/0403063] [ CQG Link]

  39. Analysis of first LIGO science data for stochastic gravitaitonal waves

    B. Abbott et. al. (LSC), Phys. Rev. D. 69, 122004 (2004). [gr-qc/0312088] [ PRD Link]

  40. Post-1-Newtonian equations of motion for systems of arbitrarily structured bodies

    É. Racine and É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D. 71, 044010 (2005). [gr-qc/0404101] [ PRD Link]

  41. Quasi-local contribution to the gravitational self-force

    W. G. Anderson, É. É. Flanagan and A. C. Ottewill, Phys. Rev. D. 71, 024036 (2005). [gr-qc/0412009] [ PRD Link]

  42. Gravitational radiation reaction in the adiabatic limit

    S. Drasco, É. É. Flanagan, J. Franklin and S.A. Hughes, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 221101 (2005). [gr-qc/0504015] [ PRL Link]

  43. Can superhorizon perturbations drive the acceleration of the Universe?

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 71, 103521 (2005). [hep-th/0503202] [ PRD Link]

  44. Computing inspirals in Kerr in the adiabatic regime. I. The scalar case

    S. Drasco, É. É. Flanagan and S.A. Hughes, Class. Quant. Grav. 22, S801 (2005). [gr-qc/0505075] [ CQG Link]

  45. Mimicking Dark Energy with Lemaitre-Tolman-Bondi Models: Weak Central Singularities and Critical Points

    R. A. Vanderveld, É. É. Flanagan and I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 74, 023506 (2006). [astro-ph/0602476] [ PRD Link]

  46. Fourth order Weyl gravity

    É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 74, 023002 (2006). [astro-ph/0605504] [ PRD Link]

  47. Gravitomagnetic resonant excitation of Rossby modes in coalescing neutron star binaries

    É. É. Flanagan and É. Racine, Phys. Rev. D 75, 044001 (2007). [gr-qc/0601029] [ PRD Link]

  48. Evolution of the Carter constant for inspirals into a black hole: effect of the black hole quadrupole

    É. É. Flanagan and T. Hinderer, Phys. Rev. D 75, 124007 (2007). [arxiv:0704.0389 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  49. Can gravity probe B usefully constrain torsion gravity theories?

    É. É. Flanagan and E. Rosenthal, Phys. Rev. D 75, 124016 (2007). [arxiv:0704.1447 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  50. Systematic corrections to the measured cosmological constant as a result of local inhomogeneity

    R.A. Vanderveld, É. É. Flanagan and I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 76, 083504 (2007). [arxiv:0706.1931 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  51. The adiabatic instability on cosmology's dark side

    R. Bean, É. É. Flanagan and M. Trodden, New Journal of Physics 10, 033006 (2008). [arxiv:0709.1124 [astro-ph]] [ NJP Link]

  52. Constraining neutron star tidal Love numbers with gravitational wave detectors

    É. É. Flanagan, T. Hinderer, Phys. Rev. D 77, 021502(R) (2008). [arxiv:0709.1915 [astro-ph]] [ PRD Link]

  53. Adiabatic instability in coupled dark matter-dark energy models

    R. Bean, É. É. Flanagan and M. Trodden, Phys. Rev. D 78, 023009 (2008). [arxiv:0709.1128 [astro-ph]] [ PRD Link]

  54. Two timescale analysis of extreme mass ratio inspirals in Kerr. I. Orbital Motion

    T. Hinderer, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 78, 064028 (2008). [arxiv:0805.3337 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  55. Backreaction of superhorizon perturbations in scalar field cosmologies

    N. Kumar, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 78, 063537 (2008). [arxiv:0808.1043 [astro-ph]] [ PRD Link]

  56. Luminosity distance in Swiss cheese cosmology with randomized voids: I. Single void size

    R. A. Vanderveld, É. É. Flanagan and I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 78, 083511 (2008). [arxiv:0808.1080 [astro-ph]] [ PRD Link]

  57. Constraining Interactions in Cosmology's Dark Sector

    R. Bean, É. É. Flanagan, I. Laszlo and M. Trodden, Phys. Rev. D 78, 123514 (2008). [arxiv:0808.1105 [astro-ph]] [ PRD Link]

  58. Modification to the Luminosity Distance Redshift Relation in Modified Gravity Theories

    É. É. Flanagan, E. Rosenthal, I. Wasserman, Phys. Rev. D 79, 044032 (2009). [arxiv:0808.0535 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  59. A four-dimensional description of five-dimensional N-brane models

    J. Bloomfield, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 82, 124013 (2010). [arxiv:1004.2477 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  60. Astrometric Effects of a Stochastic Gravitational Wave Background

    L. Book, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 83, 024024 (2011). [arxiv:1009.4192 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  61. Forced motion near black holes

    J.R. Gair, É. É. Flanagan, S. Drasco, T. Hinderer, and S. Babak, Phys. Rev. D 83, 044037 (2011). [arxiv:1012.5111 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  62. Covariant formulation of the post-1-Newtonian approximation to General Relativity

    W. Tichy, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 84, 044038 (2011). [arxiv:1101.0588 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  63. Post-1-Newtonian tidal effects in the gravitational waveform from binary inspirals

    J. Vines, É. É. Flanagan, T. Hinderer, Phys. Rev. D 83, 084051 (2010). [arxiv:1101.1673 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  64. Gravitational Interactions in a General Multibrane Model

    J. Bloomfield, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 84, 104016 (2011). [arxiv:1009.4686 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  65. Luminosity distance in Swiss cheese cosmology with randomized voids. II. Magnification probability distributions

    É. É. Flanagan, N. Kumar, I. Wasserman, R. A. Vanderveld, Phys. Rev. D 85, 023510 (2012). [arxiv:1109.1873 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  66. Transient resonances in the inspirals of point particles into black holes

    É. É. Flanagan, T. Hinderer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 071102 (2012). [arxiv:1009.4923 [gr-qc]] [ PRL Link]

  67. Spin rotation by Earth’s gravitational field in a “frozen-spin” ring

    Y. Orlov, É. É. Flanagan, Y. Semertzidis, Physics Letters A 376, 2822 (2012). [ PLA Link]

  68. A Class of Effective Field Theory Models of Cosmic Acceleration

    J. K. Bloomfield, É. É. Flanagan, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 10, 039 (2012). [arxiv:1112.0303 [gr-qc]] [ JCAP Link]

  69. Vacuum Instability in Chern-Simons Gravity

    S. Dyda, É. É. Flanagan, M. Kamionkowski, Phys. Rev. D 86, 124031 (2012). [arxiv:1208.4871] [ PRD Link]

  70. Post-1-Newtonian quadrupole tidal interactions in binary systems

    J. Vines, É. É. Flanagan, Phys. Rev. D 88, 024046 (2013). [arxiv:1009.4919 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  71. Luminosity distance in Swiss cheese cosmology with randomized voids and galaxy halos

    É. É. Flanagan, N. Kumar, I. Wasserman, Physical Review D 88, 043004 (2013). [arxiv:1207.3711] [ PRD Link]

  72. Dark Energy or Modified Gravity? An Effective Field Theory Approach

    J. K. Bloomfield, É. É. Flanagan, M. Park, S. Watson, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 8, 10 (2013). [arxiv:1211.7053] [ JCAP Link]

  73. Resonantly enhanced and diminished strong-field gravitational-wave fluxes

    É. É. Flanagan, S. A. Hughes, U. Ruangsri, Physical Review D 89, 084028 (2012). [arxiv:1208.3906] [ PRD Link]

  74. Primordial non-Gaussianities in single field inflationary models with non-trivial initial states

    S. Bahrami, É. É. Flanagan, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 10, 010 (2014). [arxiv:1310.4482] [ JCAP Link]

  75. Observer dependence of angular momentum in general relativity and its relationship to the gravitational-wave memory effect

    É. É. Flanagan, D. A. Nichols, Physical Review D 93, 049905 (20016). [arxiv:1411.4599 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  76. Is motion under the conservative self-force in black hole spacetimes an integrable Hamiltonian system?

    J. Vines, É. É. Flanagan, Physical Review D 92, 064039 (20016). [arxiv:1503.04727 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  77. Non-conservation of Carter in black hole spacetimes

    A. Grant, É. É. Flanagan, Classical and Quantum Graivty 32, 157001 (20015). [arxiv:1503.05164 [gr-qc]] [ CQG Link]

  78. Static Self-Forces in a Five-Dimensional Black Hole Spacetime

    P. Taylor, É. É. Flanagan, Physical Review D 92, 084032 (20015). [arxiv:1504.04622 [gr-qc]] [ PRD Link]

  79. Sensitivity of inflationary predictions to pre-inflationary phases

    S. Bahrami, É. É. Flanagan, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 01, 027 (2016). [arxiv:1505.00745 [hep-th]] [ JCAP Link]

    Submitted

  80. Conserved charges of the extended Bondi-Metzner-Sachs algebra

    É. É. Flanagan, D.A. Nichols, submitted to Physical Review D (20015). [arxiv:1510.03386 [hep-th]]

  81. Prescriptions for measuring and transporting local angular momenta in general relativity

    É. É. Flanagan, D.A. Nichols, L.C. Stein, J. Vines, submitted to Physical Review D (20016). [arxiv:1602.01847 [gr-qc]]

  82. Self-forces on static bodies in arbitrary dimensions

    A.I. Harte, É. É. Flanagan, P. Taylor, submitted to Physical Review D (20016). [arxiv:1603.00052 [gr-qc]]


    Refereed Publications by Eanna Flanagan - updated 3/2/2016