Summary (May 2022)
All numbers are retrieved from NASA/ADS; using Google Scholar typically yields values that are some 10% higher.
- Total number of authored and co-authored refereed publications: 47
- Total number of citations: 3012
- First-author publications (refereed): 7 (584 citations)
- Second-author papers: 5
- h-index: 29
- Non-refereed publications: 10 (+ several popular science articles)
Explanation for non-astronomers
A "refereed" publication means that it has been reviewed and criticized (with the risk of being rejected) by a "peer", i.e. another professional astrophysicist that is an expert in the appropriate field of research, and subsequently published in a scientific journal such as the Astrophysical Journal (ApJ) or Astronomy & Astrophysics (A&A).
In contrast, "non-refereed" (at the end of this page) means a publication which has received no reviewing from an expert; this could for instance be short notifications of interesting observations, reviews of a given topic at some conference, or data or software made public. Popular science articles are not usually listed here.