Inflationary vs. Reionization Features from Planck 2015 Data

G. Obied, C. Dvorkin, C. Heinrich, W. Hu, V. Miranda — arxiv:1803.01858 (submitted to PRD)


Does Planck 2015 polarization favor high redshift reionization?

C. Heinrich & W. Hu — arxiv 1802.00791 (submitted to PRD)



Lensing Bias to CMB Polarization Measurements of Compensated Isocurvature Perturbations

C. Heinrich — Physical Review D


Inflationary Features and Shifts in Cosmological Parameters from Planck 2015 Data

G. Obied, C. Dvorkin, C. Heinrich, W. Hu, V. Miranda — Physical Review D



CMB signatures of metal-free star formation and Planck 2015 polarization data

V. Miranda, A. Lidz, C. He Heinrich, W. Hu — MNRAS


Complete reionization constraints from Planck 2015 polarization

C. He Heinrich, V. Miranda, W. Hu — Physical Review D


Lensing bias to CMB measurements of compensated isocurvature perturbations

C. He Heinrich, D. Grin, W. Hu — Physical Review D  (selected as part of PRD’s “Kaleidoscope”)


Nonlinear excitations in inflationary power spectra

V. Miranda, W. Hu, C. He, H. Motohashi — Physical Review D



Compensated isocurvature perturbations in the curvaton model

C. He, D. Grin, W. Hu — Physical Review D


Prospects for detecting gamma rays from annihilating dark matter in dwarf galaxies in the era of the Dark Energy Survey and Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

C. He, K. Bechtol, A.P. Hearin, D. Hooper — Physical Review D


Hunting for orphaned central compact objects among radio pulsars

J. Luo, C.-Y. Ng, W. C. G Ho, S. Bogdanov, V. M. Kaspi, C. He — The Astrophysical Journal



The correlation between dispersion measures and X-Ray column density from radio pulsars

C. He, C.-Y. Ng, V. M. Kaspi – The Astrophysical Journal


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