Publications en lien avec l’action Gphys :


  1. Stability of de Sitter spacetime against infrared quantum scalar field fluctuations, G. Moreau et J. Serreau, soumis à Phys. Rev. Lett. (2018)
  2. Backreaction of superhorizon scalar field fluctuations on a de Sitter geometry : a renormalisation group perspective, G. Moreau et J. Serreau, soumis à Phys. Rev. D (2018)
  3. Neutrino astrophysics and its connections to nuclear physics, M. C. Volpe, J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 1056 (2018) 012060
  4. Neutrino propagation in binary neutron star mergers in presence of nonstandard interactions, A. Chatelain et M. C. Volpe, Phys. Rev. D 97 (2018) 023014
  5. What can we learn on supernova neutrino spectra with water Cherenkov detectors ?, A. Gallo Rosso, F. Vissani et M. C. Volpe, JCAP 1804 (2018) 040
  6. Late time supernova neutrino signal and proto-neutron star radius, A. Gallo Rosso, S. Abbar, F. Vissani et M. C. Volpe, à paraître dans JCAP (2018)
  7. On fast neutrino flavor conversion modes in the nonlinear regime, S. Abbar et M. C. Volpe, soumis à Phys. Lett. B (2018)
  8. Improving timing sensitivity in the microhertz frequency regime : limits from PSR J1713+0747 on gravitational waves produced by supermassive black hole binaries, B. B. P. Perera et al., MNRAS 478 (2018) 21
  9. Studying the Solar system with the International Pulsar Timing Array, R. N. Caballero et al., MNRAS 481 (2018) 5501
  10. Tests of gravitational symmetries with pulsar binary J1713+0747, W. W. Zhu et al., MNRAS 482 (2018) 3249
  11. PSR J1618−3921 : a recycled pulsar in an eccentric orbit, F. Octau et al., A&A 612 (2018) 78
  12. Gaia Data Release 2 : Observations of solar system objects, F. Spoto et al., A&A 616 (2018) A13
  13. Short arc orbit determination and imminent impactors in the Gaia era, F. Spoto et al., A&A 614 (2018) A27


  1. On the maximum mass of magnetized white dwarfs
    D. Chatterjee et al., Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 469 (2017) no.1, 95-109
  2. Maximum a posteriori estimation through simulated annealing for binary asteroid orbit determination, I. Kovalenko et al, MNRASS
    471,4637 (2017)
  3. Hyperons in hot dense matter : what do the constraints tell us for equation of state ?, M. Fortin, M. Oertel, C. Providência, arXiv:1711.09427
  4. New temperature dependent hyperonic equation of state : Application to rotating neutron star models and I-Q relations, Miguel Marques, Micaela Oertel, Matthias Hempel , Jérôme Novak. Phys.Rev. C96 (2017) no.4, 045806
  5. Petit, A. C. ; Laskar, J. ; Boué, G. : 2017, AMD-stability in the presence of first-order mean motion resonances A&A, 670, A35
  6. Laskar, J., Petit, A. : 2017, AMD-stability and the organisation of planetary systems. A&A,605, A72
  7. A. Chatelain, C. Volpe, Helicity coherence in binary neutron star mergers and non-linear feedback, Phys.Rev. D95 (2017) no.4, 043005
  8. M. Frensel, M.Wu, C. Volpe, A. Perego, Neutrino Flavor Evolution in Binary Neutron Star Merger Remnants, Phys.Rev. D95 (2017) no.2, 023011
  9. Amélie Chatelain, Maria Cristina Volpe, Neutrino propagation in binary neutron star mergers in presence of non-standard interactions, arXiv:1710.11518 .
  10. Andrea Gallo Rosso, Francesco Vissani, Maria Cristina Volpe : Measuring the neutron star compactness and binding energy with supernova neutrinos,JCAP 1711 (2017) no.11, 036
  11. Global numerical simulations of the rise of vortex-mediated pulsar glitches in full general relativity, Sourie et al, MNRAS 464 (2017) 4641


  1. The Outer Solar System Origins Survey. I. Design and First-quarter Discoveries, M. Bannister et al, The Astronomical Journal 152, 70 (2016)
  2. I. Ya. Aref’eva, A. A. Golubtsova, & E. Gourgoulhon Analytic black branes in Lifshitz-like backgrounds and thermalization, Journal of High Energy Physics 09(2016), 142 (2016)
  3. 21 year timing of the black-widow pulsar J2051-0827, Shaifullah, G. et al 2016, MNRAS 462, 1029
  4. Numerical models for stationary superfluid neutron stars in general relativity with realistic equations of state, Sourie et al, Phys. Rev. D 93 (2016) no.8, 083004
  5. A glitch in the millisecond pulsar J0613-0200, McKee, J. et al 2016, MNRAS 461, 2809
  6. A millisecond pulsar in an extremely wide binary system, Bassa, C. et al 2016, MNRAS 460, 2207
  7. The noise properties of 42 millisecond pulsars from the European Pulsar Timing Array and their impact on gravitational-wave searches, Caballero et al 2016, MNRAS 457, 4421
  8. High-precision timing of 42 millisecond pulsars with the European Pulsar Timing Array, Desvignes et al 2016, MNRAS in press, arXiv:1602.08511
  9. From Spin Noise to Systematics : Stochastic Processes in the First International Pulsar Timing Array Data Release, Lentati et al 2016, MNRAS 458, 2161
  10. The International Pulsar Timing Array : First Data Release, Verbiest et al 2016, MNRAS 458, 1267
  11. European Pulsar Timing Array limits on continuous gravitational waves from individual supermassive black hole binaries, Babak et al 2016, MNRAS 455, 1665
  12. Single-Source Gravitational Wave Limits From the J1713+0747 24-hr Global Campaign, Dolch et al 2016, Journal of Physics : Conference Series, Volume 716, Issue 1, article id. 012014
  13. Nonperturbative renormalization group for scalar fields in de Sitter space : beyond
    the local potential approximation
    , M. Guilleux and J. Serreau, arxiv : 1611.08106
  14. The nonperturbative renormalization group for quantum field theory in de Sitter
    space, M. Guilleux, PhD Thesis, HAL Id : tel-01399798
  15. Neutrino flavor evolution in a binary neutron star merger remnants, Frensel et al, arXiv:1607.05938.
  16. Helicity coherence in binary neutron star mergers and non-linear feedback, Chatelain and Volpe, arXiv:1611.01862.
  17. Lorentz symmetry and Very Long Baseline Interferometry, Le Poncin-Lafitte et al, arxiv:1604.01663.
  18. Testing Lorentz symmetry with Lunar Laser Ranging, Bourgoin et al Phys. Rev. Lett. 117 (2016) 241301
  19. Tests of Lorentz symmetry in the gravitational sector, Hees et al, Universe 2016, 2(4), 30 ; doi:10.3390/universe2040030
  20. Constraints on SME Coefficients from Lunar Laser Ranging, Very Long Baseline Interferometry, and Asteroid Orbital Dynamics, Le Poincin-Lafitte et al, arxiv:1607.07394
  21. Constraints on the location of a
    possible 9th planet derived from the Cassini data
    , Fienga et al , 2016, Astronomy and Astrophysics 587, L8


  1. Consistent neutron star models with magnetic field dependent equations of state D. Chatterjee et al., MNRAS 447 (2015) 3785
  2. Test of the gravitational redshift with
    stable clocks in eccentric orbits : application to Galileo satellites 5 and 6.
    , P. Delva et al., Class. Quantum Grav. 32, 232003 (2015).
  3. Testing Lorentz symmetry with planetary orbital dynamics, A. Hees et al., Phys. Rev. D 92 (2015)
  4. Quantum scalar fields in de Sitter space from the nonperturbative
    renormalization group
    , M. Guilleux and J. Serreau, Phys. Rev. D92 (2015) 084010.
  5. Scalar field correlator in de Sitter space at next-to-leading order in a
    1/N expansion
    , F. Gautier and J. Serreau, Phys. Rev. D92 (2015) 105035.
  6. European Pulsar Timing Array limits on an isotropic stochastic gravitational- wave background, L. Lentati et al, MNRAS 453 (2015) 2576.
  7. Limits on Anisotropy in the Nanohertz Stochastic Gravitational Wave Background,R.S. Taylor et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 (2015) 041101.


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