Publications

Summary (August 2020)

  • Total number of authored and co-authored refereed publications: 41
  • Total number of citations: 2647
  • First-author publications (refereed): 7 (511 citations)
  • Second-author papers: 5
  • h-index: 27
  • Non-refereed publications: 9 (+ several popular science articles)
NASA/ADS arXiv

Explanation for non-astronomers

A "refereed" publication means that it has been, is in the process of, or is soon to be, reviewed and criticized (and possibly 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.

Refereed papers

2021

44. The source of leaking ionizing photons from Haro11 — Clues from HST/COS spectroscopy of knots A, B and C

Östlin et al. arXiv:2103.15854 (acc. for publ. in ApJ)

43. Remarkably high mass and high velocity dispersion of molecular gas associated with a regular, absorption-selected type-I quasar

Noterdaeme et al. 2021, arXiv:2103.09542 (acc. for publ. in A&A)

42. Three Lyman-alpha emitting filaments converging to a massive galaxy group at z = 2.91: a case for cold gas infall

Daddi et al. 2021, arXiv:2006.11089 (acc. for publ. in A&A)

41. Down-the-barrel observations of a multi-phase quasar outflow at high redshift. VLT/X-shooter spectroscopy of the proximate molecular absorber at z = 2.631 towards SDSS J001514+184212

Noterdaeme et al. 2021, A&A, 646, 108
2020

40. The Redshift Evolution of Rest-UV Spectroscopic Properties to z ~ 5

2019

39. Lyman α-emitting galaxies in the epoch of reionization

Laursen et al. 2019, A&A, 627, 84
2018

38. Molecular gas and star formation in an absorption-selected galaxy: Hitting the bull's eye at z ≃ 2.46

Ranjan et al. 2018, A&A, 618, 184

37. The Lyα Reference Sample. VIII. Characterizing Lyα Scattering in Nearby Galaxies

Bridge et al. 2018, ApJ, 852, 9
2016

36. The Lyman Alpha Reference Sample. VII. Spatially resolved Hα kinematics

Herenz et al. 2016, A&A, 587, 78

35. The Lyman alpha reference sample. VI. Lyman alpha escape from the edge-on disk galaxy Mrk 1486

Duval et al. 2016, A&A, 587, 77
2015

34. Deep rest-frame far-UV spectroscopy of the giant Lyman α emitter 'Himiko'

Zabl, Nørgaard-Nielsen, Fynbo, Laursen, Ouchi, & Kjærgaard 2015, MNRAS, 451, 2050

33. The Lyman Alpha Reference Sample. V. The Impact of Neutral ISM Kinematics and Geometry on Lyα Escape

Rivera-Thorsen et al. 2015, ApJ, 805, 14

32. The Lyman alpha reference sample. IV. Morphology at low and high redshift

Guaita et al. 2015, A&A, 576, 51
2014

31. The Lyα Reference Sample. I. Survey Outline and First Results for Markarian 259

Östlin et al. 2014, ApJ, 797, 11

30. SN 2005at — A neglected type Ic supernova at 10 Mpc

Kankare et al. 2014, A&A, 572, 75

29. Studying reionization with the next generation of Lyα emitter surveys

Jensen, Hayes, Iliev, Laursen, Mellema, & Zackrisson, 2014, MNRAS, 444, 2114

28. The Lyman Alpha Reference Sample: III. Properties of the Neutral ISM from GBT and VLA Observations

Pardy, et al. 2014, ApJ, 794, 101

27. The Lyman Alpha Reference Sample. II. Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Results, Integrated Properties, and Trends

Hayes et al. 2014, ApJ, 782, 6

26. Lyman α line and continuum radiative transfer in a clumpy interstellar medium

Duval, Schaerer, Östlin, & Laursen 2014, A&A, 562, 52
2013

25. Comprehensive study of a z = 2.35 DLA Galaxy: mass, metallicity, age, morphology and SFR from HST and VLT

Krogager et al. 2013, MNRAS, 433, 3091

24. Helium in natal HII regions: the origin of the X-ray absorption in gamma-ray burst afterglows

Watson et al. 2013, ApJ, 768, 23

23. On the (non-)enhancement of the Lyα equivalent width by a multiphase interstellar medium

Laursen et al. 2013, ApJ, 766, 124

22. Lyman Alpha Reference Sample: Extended Lyman Alpha Halos Produced at Low Dust Content

Hayes et al. 2013, ApJ, 765, 27

21. On the use of Lyα emitters as probes of reionization

Jensen, Laursen, et al. 2013, MNRAS, 428, 1366
2012

20. Gravitationally lensed galaxies at 2 < z < 3.5: direct abundance measurements of Lyα emitters

Christensen, Laursen, et al. 2012, MNRAS, 427, 1973

19. The low-mass end of the fundamental relation for gravitationally lensed star-forming galaxies at 1 < z < 6

Christensen et al. 2012, MNRAS, 427, 1953

18. Discovery of a compact gas-rich damped Lyman-α galaxy at z = 2.2: evidence of a starburst-driven outflow

Noterdaeme, Laursen, et al. 2012, A&A, 540, 63
2011

17. Galaxy counterparts of metal-rich damped Lyα absorbers - II. A solar-metallicity, molecular-rich, and dusty DLA at zabs= 2.58

16. The metallicity of gamma-ray burst environments from high energy observations

Watson & Laursen 2011, A&A, 527, 104

15. Intergalactic Transmission and its Impact on the Lyα Line

Laursen, Sommer-Larsen, & Razoumov 2011, ApJ, 728, 52
2010

14. Galaxy Counterparts of metal-rich Damped Lyman-α Absorbers - I: The case of the z = 2.35 DLA towards Q2222-0946

Fynbo, Laursen, et al. 2010, MNRAS, 408, 2128

13. The Afterglows of Swift-era Gamma-Ray Bursts. I. Comparing pre-Swift and Swift era Long/Soft (Type II) GRB Optical Afterglows

12. Interpreting Lyman α radiation from young, dusty galaxies

2009

11. Extensive optical and near-infrared observations of the nearby, narrow-lined type Ic SN 2007gr: days 5 to 415

Hunter et al. 2009, A&A, 26, 508

10. Lyman α Radiative Transfer with Dust: Escape Fractions from Simulated High-Redshift Galaxies

Laursen et al. 2009, ApJ, 704, 1640

9. Lyman α Radiative Transfer in Cosmological Simulations using Adaptive Mesh Refinement

Laursen et al. 2009, ApJ, 696, 853

8. Evolution in the properties of Lyman α emitters from redshifts z∼3 to z∼2

Nilsson et al. 2009, A&A, 498, 13
2008

7. The Carbon Rich Type Ic SN 2007gr: The Photospheric Phase

Valenti et al. 2008, ApJ, 673, 155
2007

6. GRB 060206 and the Quandary of Achromatic Breaks in Afterglow Light Curves

Curran et al. 2007, MNRAS, 381, 65

5. Lyman α Resonant Scattering in Young Galaxies – Predictions from Cosmological Simulations

Laursen & Sommer-Larsen 2007, ApJ, 657, 69L

4. Extensive multiband study of the X-ray rich GRB 050408. A likely off-axis event with an intense energy injection

de Ugarte Postigo et al. 2007, A&A, 462, 57

3. Optical, Infrared, and Ultraviolet Observations of the X-Ray Flash GRB 050416A

Holland et al. 2007, AJ, 133, 122
2006

2. A logNHI = 22.6 DLA in a dark gamma ray burst: the environment of GRB 040501

Watson et al. 2006, ApJ, 652, 1011

1. Supernova 2006aj and the associated X-Ray Flash 060218

Sollerman et al. 2006, A&A, 454, 503

Non-refereed papers

2018

9. VizieR Online Data Catalog: SDSS J151349.52+035211.28 Xshooter spectra

Ranjan et al. 2018, VizieR
2016

8. LARS VIII. Spatially resolved Hα kinematics

2011

7. IGMtransfer: Intergalactic Radiative Transfer Code

2010

6. Documentation for the intergalactic radiative transfer code IGMtransfer

5. Lyman α emitters from redshifts z∼2-3

2009

4. UBVRIJHK observations of SN 2007gr

2005

3. GRB 050315: Potential Host Galaxy

Gorosabel et al., 2005, GCN, 3294, 1

2. GRB 050412: Optical Observations

Jensen et al., 2005, GCN, 3243, 1
2004

1.SUGAR-1: Spectroscopy in the Ultraviolet of GAlaxies at Redshift-1

Alverez et al., 2004, LAEFF