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Recent publications (2019-2020)

  • Samuelsson, Bégué, Ryde, Pe'er & Murase 2020, "Constraining Low-luminosity Gamma-Ray Bursts as Ultra-high-energy Cosmic Ray Sources Using GRB 060218 as a Proxy", ApJ, 902, 148AAS Youtube video
  • Acuner, Ryde, Pe'er, Mortlock & Ahlgren 2020, "The Fraction of Gamma-ray Bursts with an Observed Photospheric Emission Episode", ApJ, 893,128
  • Dereli, Pe'er & Ryde 2020, "Classification of Photospheric Emission in Short GRBs", ApJ, 897, 154
  • Ajello et al. 2020 "Fermi and Swift Observations of GRB 190114C: Tracing the Evolution of High-Energy Emission from Prompt to Afterglow", ApJ,890, 9
  • Yu, Dereli & Ryde 2019, "Bayesian Time-Resolved Spectroscopy of GRB Pulses", ApJS, 886, 20
  • Sharma et al. 2019, "Time varying polarized gamma-rays from GRB 160821A: evidence for ordered magnetic fields", ApJL, 882, L10
  • Acuner, Ryde & Yu, 2019, "Non-dissipative photospheres in GRBs: spectral appearance in the Fermi/GBM catalogue", MNRAS, 487, 5508
  • Ahlgren et al., 2019b, "Investigating Subphotospheric Dissipation in Gamma-Ray Bursts Using Joint Fermi─Swift Observations", ApJ, 880, 76
  • Ajello et al. 2019, "A Decade of Gamma-Ray Bursts Observed by Fermi-LAT: The Second GRB Catalog", ApJS, 878, 52
  • Ryde et al. 2019, "On the α-intensity correlation in gamma-ray bursts: subphotospheric heating with varying entropy",MNRAS, 484, 1912R
  • Ahlgren et al. 2019a, "Testing a model for subphotospheric dissipation in GRBs: fits to Fermi data constrain the dissipation scenario", MNRAS, 485, 474
  • Samuelsson, Begue, Ryde & Pe'er 2019, "The Limited Contribution of Low- and High-luminosity Gamma-Ray Bursts to Ultra-high-energy Cosmic Rays", ApJ, 876, 93
  • Pearce et al. 2019, "Science prospects for SPHiNX - A small satellite GRB polarimetry mission", Astropart. phys., 104, 54