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Scholarly Works

Jason Nordhaus
Assistant Professor

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

Fuii, Yuka, et al. "Radio Emission from Red-giant Hot Jupiters." The Astrophysical Journal 820. 2 (2016): 15. Web. £

Chen, Zhou, et al. "The creation of AGB fallback shells." Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 457. 3 (2016): 3219-3224. Web. £

Chen, Zhou, et al. "Three-dimensional hydrodynamic simulations of L2 Puppis." Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 460. 4 (2016): 4182-4187. Web. £

Published Conference Proceedings

Chen, Zhou, et al. "Mass transfer in asymptotic-giant-branch binary systems." Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposium. Ed. X. Liu, L. Stanghellini, A. Karakas. London, UK: n.p., Print. £

Grants

Faber, Josh and Jason Nordhaus (2017-2020). REU Site: Multimessenger Astrophysics. Grant proposal submitted to Research Experiences for Undergraduates, National Science Foundation. ≠

Campanelli, Manuela, et al (2017-2020). Collaborative Research: Curvilinear Multipatch Methods for General Relativistic Astrophysics in The Gravitational Wave Era. Grant proposal submitted to CDS&E, National Science Foundation. ≠

Nordhaus, Jason (2016-2019). Accretion to Outflow in Evolved Star Binaries: Disks in AGB, PPN and PN. Grant proposal submitted to NASA Hubble Space Telescope Cycle 24, NASA. ≠

Nordhaus, Jason (2016-2017). Orbital Decay in Evolving Multi-Body Systems. Grant proposal submitted to SPDI, NTID. ≠

Nordhaus, Jason (2016-2017). Physics for a Silent World. Grant proposal submitted to Education and Outreach Grant, American Physical Society. ≠

Nordhaus, Jason (2017-2020). Vibrations from the Universe: Communicating the Discovery of the Century to Deaf and Under-represented Communities. Grant proposal submitted to Advancing Informal STEM Learning, National Science Foundation. ≠

Jacob, Bonnie and Jason Nordhaus (2017-2020). REU Site: Summer Undergraduate Research for Students who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing in Applying Mathematical and Statistical Methods to Problems from the Sciences. Grant proposal submitted to REU, National Science Foundation. ≠

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Nordhaus, Jason. "Gravitational Waves: Dawn of a New Era in Astrophysics." American Chemical Society. American Chemical Society. Rochester, New York. 26 Apr. 2016. Keynote Speech.

Nordhaus, Jason. "Gravitational Waves: Dawn of a New Era in Astrophysics." STANYS. Science Teachers Association of New York State. Rochester, New York. 6 Oct. 2016. Keynote Speech.

Nordhaus, Jason. "Common Envelope Evolution." International Astronomical Union Symposium. International Astronomical Union. Beijing, China. 12 Oct. 2016. Keynote Speech.

Nordhaus, Jason. "Binary interactions on the post-main sequence." Colloquium. University of Western Ontario. London, Ontario, Canada. 6 Jun. 2016. Keynote Speech.

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Papish, Oded, Jason Nordhaus, and Noam Soker. "A Call for a Paradigm Shift from Neutrino-driven to Jet-driven Core-collapse Supernova Mechanisms." Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 448. 3 (2015): 2362-2367. Web. £

Montez, R., et al. "The Chandra Planetary Nebula Survey (ChanPlaNS). III. X-Ray Emission from the Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae." The Astrophysical Journal 800. 1 (2015): 1-19. Web. £

Invited Article/Publication

Mamajek, E., et al. "Proposed Nomenclature for Surface Features on Pluto and Its Satellites and Names for Newly Discovered Satellites." International Astronomical Union White Paper. (2015). Web.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Nordhaus, J. "Powering and Shaping Planetary Nebulae: The Physics of Common Envelopes." XXIXth IAU General Assembly. International Astronomical Union. Honolulu, Hawaii. 4 Aug. 2015. Conference Presentation.

Nordhaus, J. "Building Opportunities for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students in Astronomy." Inclusive Astronomy. Vanderbilt University. Nashville, Tennessee. 18 Jun. 2015. Keynote Speech.

Nordhaus, J. "A Status Update on the Neutrino Mechanism of Core-collapse Supernovae." Beyond the First Century of General Relativity. RIT. Rochester, NY. 30 May 2015. Conference Presentation.

Manuscripts Submitted for Publication

Fuji, Y., et al. "Radio Emission From Red-Giant Hot Jupiters." 29 Sep. 2015. TS - typescript (typed). £

Nordhaus, J. and D. Spiegel. "Powering and Shaping Planetary Nebulae: The Physics of Common Envelopes." In Press. TS - typescript (typed). ∆

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Clayton, G., et al. "Dusty Disks around Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae." Astrophysical Journal 147. 6 (2014): 9. Web. £

Freeman, M, et al. "The Chandra Planetary Nebula Survey (CHANPLANS). II. X-Ray Emission from Compact Planetary Nebulae." Astrophysical Journal 794. 2 (2014): 13. Web. £

Ueta, T., et al. "The Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey (HerPlaNS). I. Data Overview and Analysis Demonstration with NGC 6781." Astronomy & Astrophysics 565. A26 (2014): 24. Web. £

Published Conference Proceedings

Ueta, T., et al. "Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey (HerPlaNS)." Proceedings of the Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae VI. Ed. C. Morisset, G. Delgado-Inglada, and S. Torres-Peimbert. Mexico City, Mexico: n.p., 2014. Web.

Nordhaus, J. "Highly-magnetized White Dwarfs: Formation Mechanisms and Implications for Planetary Nebulae." Proceedings of the Asymmetric Planetary Nebulae VI. Ed. C. Morisset, G. Delgado-Inglada, and S. Torres-Peimbert. Mexico City, Mexico: n.p., 2014. Web.

Huarte-Espinosa, M., et al. "Modeling the Formation and Evolution of Wind-Capture Disks In Binary Systems." Proceedings of the Asymmetric Planetary Nebulae VI. Ed. C. Morisset, G. Delgado-Inglada, and S. Torres-Peimbert. Mexico City, Mexico: n.p., Web.

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Team, NSF AstroDance. AstroDance: Teaching Astrophysics Through Dance? By J. Noel-Storr, et al. 7 Jan. 2014. American Astronomical Meeting, Washington, DC. Exhibit.

Presentation, Poster. Exploring How Different Mass-loss Schemes Influence the Properties of Nascent White Dwarfs. By B. Zins and J. Nordhaus. 6 Jan. 2014. American Astronomical Society Meeting, Washington, DC. Exhibit.

Manuscripts Submitted for Publication

Papish, O., J. Nordhaus, and N. Soker. "A Call for a Paradigm Shift from Neutrino-driven to Jet-driven Core-collapse Supernova Mechanisms." In Press. TS - typescript (typed). £

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Nordhaus, Jason. "Binary Interactions on the Post-main Sequence." Colloquium. University of Oxford. Oxford, United Kingdom. 13 Dec. 2104. Lecture.

Nordhaus, J. "Binary Interactions on the Post-main Sequence." Colloquium. University of California Berkeley. Berkeley, CA. 28 Apr. 2014. Lecture.

Nordhaus, J. "Building Opportunities for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students in Astronomy." NSF Fellows Symposium. National Science Foundation. Washington, DC. 6 Jan. 2014. Conference Presentation.