Publication List

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Refereed Papers

Year Authors Title (Click for more details) Journal (PDF)
2019 N. Vassh, M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, T. M. Sprouse, et al. Co-production of light and heavy $r$-process elements via fission deposition submitted
2019 E. Holmbeck, A. Frebel, G. C. McLaughlin, M. Mumpower, et al. Actinide-rich and actinide-poor r-process enhanced metal-poor stars do not require separate r-process progenitors ApJ 881 1
2019 C. Horowitz, A. Arcones, B. Côtè, I. Dillmann, et al. r-process nucleosynthesis: connecting rare-isotope beam facilities with the cosmos J. Phys. G 46 8 083001
2019 N. Vassh, R. Vogt, R. Surman, J. Randrup, et al. Using excitation-energy dependent fission yields to identify key fissioning nuclei in r-process nucleosynthesis J. Phys. G 46 065202
2019 T. M. Sprouse, R. Navarro Perez, R. Surman, M. Mumpower, et al. Propagation of statistical uncertainties of Skyrme mass models to simulations of $r$-process nucleosynthesis submitted
2018 A. Aprahamian, R. Surman, A. Frebel, G. C. McLaughlin, et al. FRIB and the GW170817 kilonova submitted
2018 Y. Zhu, R. T. Wollaeger, N. Vassh, R. Surman, et al. Californium-254 and kilonova light curves ApJL 863 2
2018 R. Orford, N. Vassh, J. Clark, G. C. McLaughlin, et al. Precision mass measurements of neutron-rich neodymium and samarium isotopes and their role in understanding rare-earth peak formation PRL 120, 262702
2017 M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, R. Surman, A. W. Steiner Reverse engineering nuclear properties from rare earth abundances in the $r$ process J. Phys. G 44 3 034003
2016 M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, R. Surman, A. W. Steiner The link between rare earth peak formation and the astrophysical site of the $r$ process ApJ 833, 282
2016 T. Shafer, J. Engel, C. Fröhlich, G. C. McLaughlin, et al. $\beta$ decay of deformed $r$-process nuclei near $A=80$ and $A=160$, including odd-A and odd-odd nuclei, with the Skyrme finite-amplitude method PRC 94 055802
2016 M. Mumpower, R. Surman, G. C. McLaughlin, A. Aprahamian The impact of individual nuclear properties on $r$-process nucleosynthesis PPNP 86 86-126
2014 R. Surman, M. Mumpower, R. Sinclair, K. Jones, et al. Sensitivity studies for a weak $r$ process: neutron capture rates AIP Advances 4, 041008
2012 M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, R. Surman The influence of neutron capture rates in the rare earth region of the $r$-process abundance pattern PRC 86 035803
2012 M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, R. Surman The rare earth peak: an overlooked $r$-process diagnostic ApJ 752, 117
2012 M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, R. Surman Formation of the rare earth peak: gaining insight into late-time $r$-process dynamics PRC 85 045801


Conference Proceedings

Year Authors Title (Click for more details) Journal (PDF)
2019 Y. Zhu, T. M. Sprouse, M. Mumpower, N. Vassh, et al. The nuclear physics uncertainty of kilonova heating rates and the role of fission NIC XV ch 92
2019 M. Mumpower, N. Vassh, T. M. Sprouse, P. Jaffke, et al. Fission properties relevant for GW170817 NIC XV ch 20
2017 R. Surman, M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, A. Aprahamian Systematic and statistical uncertainties in simulated r-process abundances due to uncertain nuclear masses JPS Conf. Proc. 14, 010612
2017 M. Mumpower, G. C. McLaughlin, R. Surman, A. W. Steiner The rare earth peak and the astrophysical location of the $r$ process JPS Conf. Proc. 14, 020614
2012 R. Surman, G. C. McLaughlin, M. Mumpower, W. Hix, et al. Neutron captures and the $r$-process nucleosynthesis CGS14
2012 M. Mumpower, R. Surman, G. C. McLaughlin The rare earth peak: a new $r$-process diagnostic NIC2012
2010 M. Mumpower, R. Surman, G. C. McLaughlin Neutron captures and the rare earth peak Proceedings of Science, NIC-XI 273
2010 R. Surman, G. C. McLaughlin, M. Mumpower, W. Hix, et al. Neutron capture in the $r$-process Proceedings of Science, NIC-XI 284


arXiv Papers

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