Publications

Complete list of publication of J. Michael Burgess

Complete list of publication of J. Michael Burgess


May 29, 2017

Further publications:

A) Publications with peer review process

[1]   J. Michael Burgess. The Rest-Frame Golenetskii Correlation via a Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis. MNRAS, page arXiv:1512.01059, December 2017 in press.

[2]   J Michael Burgess, Hoi-Fung Yu, Jochen Greiner, and Daniel J Mortlock. Awakening the BALROG (BAyesian Location Reconstruction Of GRBs): A new paradigm in spectral and location analysis of gamma ray bursts. MNRAS, page arXiv:1610.07385, May 2017 (in press).

[3]   J Greiner, J M Burgess, V Savchenko, and H F Yu. ON THE FERMI-GBM EVENT 0.4 s AFTER GW150914. The Astrophysical Journal, 827(2):L38, August 2016.

[4]   P Narayana Bhat, Charles A Meegan, Andreas von Kienlin, et al. THE THIRD FERMI GBM GAMMA-RAY BURST CATALOG: THE FIRST SIX YEARS. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 223(2):28, April 2016.

[5]   D Bégué and J Michael Burgess. THE ANATOMY OF A LONG GAMMA-RAY BURST: A SIMPLE CLASSIFICATION SCHEME FOR THE EMISSION MECHANISM(S). The Astrophysical Journal, 820(1):68, March 2016.

[6]   S Iyyani, F Ryde, J Michael Burgess, et al. Synchrotron emission in GRBs observed by Fermi: its limitations and the role of the photosphere. MNRAS, 456(2):2157–2171, February 2016.

[7]   J Michael Burgess, D Bégué, Felix Ryde, et al. An External Shock Origin of GRB 141028A. ApJ, 822(2), 2016.

[8]   S Iyyani, F Ryde, B Ahlgren, et al. Extremely narrow spectrum of GRB110920A: further evidence for localized, subphotospheric dissipation. MNRAS, 450(2):1651–1663, June 2015.

[9]   J Michael Burgess and Felix Ryde. Are GRB blackbodies an artefact of spectral evolution? MNRAS, 447(4):3087–3094, March 2015.

[10]   V Connaughton, M S Briggs, A Goldstein, et al. Localization of gamma-ray bursts using the Fermi Gamma-Ray Burst Monitor. ApJS, 216(2):32, February 2015.

[11]   J Larsson, J L Racusin, and J M Burgess. Evidence for Jet Launching Close to the Black Hole in GRB 101219b—A Fermi GRB Dominated by Thermal Emission. ApJL, 800(2):L34, February 2015.

[12]   Hoi-Fung Yu, Jochen Greiner, Hendrik van Eerten, et al. Synchrotron cooling in energetic gamma-ray bursts observed by the Fermi Gamma-Ray Burst Monitor. A&A, 573:A81, January 2015.

[13]   E Troja, L Piro, V Vasileiou, N Omodei, and J M Burgess. Swift and Fermi observations of X-ray flares: the case of Late Internal Shock. ApJ, 2015.

[14]   J Michael Burgess. On spectral evolution and temporal binning in gamma-ray bursts. MNRAS, 445(3):2589–2598, December 2014.

[15]   J Michael Burgess, Robert D Preece, Felix Ryde, et al. An Observed Correlation between Thermal and Non-thermal Emission in Gamma-Ray Bursts. ApJL, 784(2):L43, April 2014.

[16]   J Michael Burgess, R D Preece, V Connaughton, et al. Time-resolved Analysis of Fermi Gamma-Ray Bursts with Fast- and Slow-cooled Synchrotron Photon Models. ApJ, 784(1):17, March 2014.

[17]   Andreas von Kienlin, Charles A Meegan, William S Paciesas, et al. The Second Fermi GBM Gamma-Ray Burst Catalog: The First Four Years. ApJS , 211(1):13, March 2014.

[18]   M Ackermann, M Ajello, K Asano, et al. Fermi-LAT Observations of the Gamma-Ray Burst GRB 130427A. Science, 343(6):42–47, January 2014.

[19]   R Preece, J Michael Burgess, et al. The First Pulse of the Extremely Bright GRB 130427A: A Test Lab for Synchrotron Shocks. Science, 343(6166):51–54, January 2014.

[20]   M Ackermann, M Ajello, K Asano, et al. The First Fermi-LAT Gamma-Ray Burst Catalog. ApJS, 209(1):11, November 2013.

[21]   Adam Goldstein, Robert D Preece, Robert S Mallozzi, et al. The BATSE 5B Gamma-Ray Burst Spectral Catalog. ApJS Series, 208(2):21, October 2013.

[22]   S Iyyani, F Ryde, M Axelsson, et al. Variable jet properties in GRB 110721A: time resolved observations of the jet photosphere. MNRAS, 433(4):2739–2748, August 2013.

[23]   S Guiriec, F Daigne, R Hascoet, et al. Evidence for a Photospheric Component in the Prompt Emission of the Short GRB 120323A and Its Effects on the GRB Hardness-Luminosity Relation. ApJ, 770(1):32, June 2013.

[24]   M Ackermann, M Ajello, K Asano, et al. Multiwavelength Observations of GRB 110731A: GeV Emission from Onset to Afterglow. ApJ, 763(2):71, February 2013.

[25]   D Tierney, S McBreen, R D Preece, et al. Anomalies in low-energy gamma-ray burst spectra with the Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Monitor. A&A, 550:A102, February 2013.

[26]   M Axelsson, L Baldini, G Barbiellini, et al. GRB110721A: An Extreme Peak Energy and Signatures of the Photosphere. ApJL, 757(2):L31, October 2012.

[27]   Fermi Large Area Telescope Team, M Ackermann, M Ajello, et al. Constraining the High-energy Emission from Gamma-Ray Bursts with Fermi. ApJ, 754(2):121, August 2012.

[28]   Adam Goldstein, J Michael Burgess, et al. The Fermi GBM Gamma-Ray Burst Spectral Catalog: The First Two Years. ApJS, 199(1):19, March 2012.

[29]   William S Paciesas, Charles A Meegan, Andreas von Kienlin, et al. The Fermi GBM Gamma-Ray Burst Catalog: The First Two Years. ApJS , 199(1):18, March 2012.

[30]   J Michael Burgess, Robert D Preece, Matthew G Baring, et al. Constraints on the Synchrotron Shock Model for the Fermi GRB 090820A Observed by Gamma-Ray Burst Monitor. ApJ, 741(1):24, November 2011.

[31]   Lin Lin, Chryssa Kouveliotou, Ersin Göǧüş, et al. Burst and Persistent Emission Properties during the Recent Active Episode of the Anomalous X-Ray Pulsar 1E 1841-045. ApJL, 740(1):L16, October 2011.

[32]   D Gruber, J Greiner, A Von Kienlin, et al. Rest-frame properties of 32 gamma-ray bursts observed by the Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Monitor. A&A, 531:A20, July 2011.

[33]   D Gruber, T Krühler, S Foley, et al. Fermi/GBM observations of the ultra-long GRB 091024. A burst with an optical flash. A&A, 528:A15, April 2011.

[34]   Sylvain Guiriec, Valerie Connaughton, Michael S Briggs, et al. Detection of a Thermal Spectral Component in the Prompt Emission of GRB 100724B. ApJL, 727(2):L33, February 2011.

[35]   Sylvain Guiriec, Michael S Briggs, Valerie Connaugthon, et al. Time-resolved Spectroscopy of the Three Brightest and Hardest Short Gamma-ray Bursts Observed with the Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Monitor. ApJ, 725(1):225–241, December 2010.

[36]   A A Abdo, M Ackermann, M Ajello, et al. Fermi Detection of Delayed GeV Emission from the Short Gamma-Ray Burst 081024B. ApJ, 712(1):558–564, March 2010.

[37]   A A Abdo, M Ackermann, M Ajello, et al. A limit on the variation of the speed of light arising from quantum gravity effects. Nature, 462(7):331–334, November 2009.

[38]   M Gubarev, Brian D Ramsey, D Engelhaupt, J Burgess, and D Mildner. An evaluation of grazing-incidence optics for neutron imaging. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 265(2):626–630, December 2007.

B) Submitted publications with peer review process

[1]   J Michael Burgess. Is Spectral Width a Reliable Measure of GRB Emission Physics? arXiv:1705.05718, May 2017.

C)Publications without peer review process

[1]   Giacomo Vianello, Robert J Lauer, Patrick Younk, et al. The Multi-Mission Maximum Likelihood framework (3ML). arXiv.org, page arXiv:1507.08343, July 2015.