George M. Fuller
George M. Fuller
Distinguished Professor of Physics, University of California, San Diego
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The Simons Observatory: science goals and forecasts
P Ade, J Aguirre, Z Ahmed, S Aiola, A Ali, D Alonso, MA Alvarez, K Arnold, ...
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2019 (02), 056, 2019
CMB-S4 science book
KN Abazajian, P Adshead, Z Ahmed, SW Allen, D Alonso, KS Arnold, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.02743, 2016
New dark matter candidate: Nonthermal sterile neutrinos
X Shi, GM Fuller
Physical Review Letters 82 (14), 2832, 1999
Stellar weak interaction rates for intermediate mass nuclei. III-Rate tables for the free nucleons and nuclei with A= 21 to A= 60
GM Fuller, WA Fowler, MJ Newman
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 48 (3), 279-279, 1982
Sterile neutrino hot, warm, and cold dark matter
K Abazajian, GM Fuller, M Patel
Physical Review D 64 (2), 023501, 2001
A white paper on keV sterile neutrino dark matter
R Adhikari, M Agostini, NA Ky, T Araki, M Archidiacono, M Bahr, J Baur, ...
Journal of cosmology and astroparticle physics 2017 (01), 025, 2017
Collective neutrino oscillations
H Duan, GM Fuller, YZ Qian
Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science 60, 569-594, 2010
The extremely metal-poor, neutron capture-rich star CS 22892-052: a comprehensive abundance analysis
C Sneden, JJ Cowan, JE Lawler, II Ivans, S Burles, TC Beers, F Primas, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 591 (2), 936, 2003
Stellar weak interaction rates for intermediate-mass nuclei. IV-Interpolation procedures for rapidly varying lepton capture rates using effective log (ft)-values
GM Fuller, WA Fowler, MJ Newman
The Astrophysical Journal 293 (1), 1-1, 1985
Stellar weak-interaction rates for sd-shell nuclei. I-Nuclear matrix element systematics with application to Al-26 and selected nuclei of importance to the supernova problem
GM Fuller, WA Fowler, MJ Newman
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 42 (3), 447-447, 1980
Simulation of coherent nonlinear neutrino flavor transformation in the supernova environment: Correlated neutrino trajectories
H Duan, GM Fuller, J Carlson, YZ Qian
Physical Review D 74 (10), 105014, 2006
The quark-hadron phase transition and primordial nucleosynthesis
C Alcock, GM Fuller, GJ Mathews
The Astrophysical Journal 320 (2), 439-439, 1987
Direct detection of warm dark matter in the X-ray
K Abazajian, GM Fuller, WH Tucker
The Astrophysical Journal 562 (2), 593, 2001
The chemical composition and age of the metal-poor halo star BD+ 17 3248
JJ Cowan, C Sneden, S Burles, II Ivans, TC Beers, JW Truran, JE Lawler, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 572 (2), 861, 2002
Quark-hadron phase transition in the early Universe: Isothermal baryon-number fluctuations and primordial nucleosynthesis
GM Fuller, GJ Mathews, CR Alcock
Physical Review D 37 (6), 1380, 1988
Connection between flavor-mixing of cosmologically significant neutrinos and heavy element nucleosynthesis in supernovae
YZ Qian, GM Fuller, GJ Mathews, RW Mayle, JR Wilson, SE Woosley
Physical review letters 71 (13), 1965, 1993
Collective neutrino flavor transformation in supernovae
H Duan, GM Fuller, YZ Qian
Physical Review D 74 (12), 123004, 2006
Evidence of multiple R-process sites in the early galaxy: New observations of CS 22892–052
C Sneden, JJ Cowan, II Ivans, GM Fuller, S Burles, TC Beers, JE Lawler
The Astrophysical Journal 533 (2), L139, 2000
Production of the light p-process nuclei in neutrino-driven winds
RD Hoffman, SE Woosley, GM Fuller, BS Meyer
The Astrophysical Journal 460 (1), 478-478, 1996
Neutrino-neutrino scattering and matter-enhanced neutrino flavor transformation in supernovae
YZ Qian, GM Fuller
Physical Review D 51 (4), 1479, 1995
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