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Publication

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26/01/2024

Refereed Journal Articles
( *: Corresponding Author)
 
  1. Chen K-J; Whalen DJ; Woosley SE; Zhang W, "Multidimensional Radiation Hydrodynamics Simulations of Pulsational Pair-Instability Supernovae" , ApJ: 955(1), id.39 (12pp), Sep, 2023
  2. Lin C-H; Chen K-J; Hwang C-Y, "Rapid Growth of Galactic Supermassive Black Holes through Accreting Giant Molecular Clouds during Major Mergers of their Host Galaxies" , ApJ: 952(2), id.121 (13 pp), Aug, 2023
  3. Ono M; Nozawa T; Nagataki S; Kozyreva A; Orlando S; Miceli M; Chen K-J, "The impact of effective matter mixing based on three-dimensional hydrodynamical models on the molecule formation in the ejecta of SN 1987A" , ApJS, 2023, Accepted
  4. Ou P-S; Chen K-J; Chu Y-H; Tsai S-H, "Critical Metallicity of Cool Supergiant Formation. I. Effects on Stellar-mass Loss and Feedback" , ApJ: 944(1), id.34 (17 pp), Feb, 2023
  5. Tsai S-H; Chen K-J; Whalen D; Ou P-S; Woods TE, "The Evolution of Population III and Extremely Metal-Poor Binary Stars" , ApJ: 951(2), id.84, July, 2023
  6. Chen K-J, "Physics of superluminous supernovae" , Int J Mod Phys D: 30(4), id.2130001-164, 2021
  7. Moriya TJ; Chen K-J; Nakajima K; Tominaga N; Blinnikov SI, "Observational properties of a general relativistic instability supernova from a primordial supermassive star" , MNRAS: 503(1), 1206-1213, May, 2021
  8. Chen, Ke-Jung; Woosley S. E.; Whalen Daniel J. (2020, Apr). Three-dimensional Simulations of Magnetar-powered Superluminous Supernovae. The Astrophysical Journal, 893,99 (10pp). 
  9. Woods, Tyrone E; Agarwal Bhaskar; Bromm, Volker; Bunker, Andrew; Chen, Ke-Jung et al (2019, Aug). Titans of the early Universe: The Prato statement on the origin of the first supermassive black holes. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 36.
  10. Chen, K.-J.*, Whalen, D., Wollenberg, K., Glover, S., and Klessen, R. “How the First Stars Regulated Star Formation. II. Enrichment by Nearby Supernovae” Astrophysical Journal 844, 111 (2017).
  11. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., Whalen, D., Moriya, T., Bromm, V. and Woosley S. “Low-energy Population III supernovae and the origin of extremely metal-poor stars” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 467, 4731 (2017).
  12.  Chen, K.-J.*, Moriya, T., Woosley, S., Sukhbold, T.,Whalen, D., Suwa, Y., and Bromm, V. “Magnetar-Powered Supernovae in Two Dimensions. II. Broad-Line Supernovae Ic” Astrophysical Journal 839, 85 (2017).
  13. Chen, K.-J.*, Woosley, S., and Sukhbold, T., , “Magnetar-Powered Supernovae in Two Dimensions. I. Superluminous Supernovae” Astrophysical Journal 832, 73 (2016).
  14. Smidt, J., Whalen, D., Chatzopoulos, M., Brandon W., Chen, K.-J., Kozyreva, A., and Even, W. “Finding the First Cosmic Explosions. IV. 90 - 140 M⊙ Pair- Instability Supernovae”, Astrophysical Journal 805, 44 (2015).
  15. Chen, K.-J.*, “An Exploding Supermassive Star”, Physics Today 68, 1, (2015) 
  16. Chen, K.-J.*, Bromm, V., Heger, A., Jeon, W., and Woosley, S., “Cosmological Impact of Population III Binaries”, Astrophysical Journal 802, (2015).
  17. Chen, K.-J.*, “Pair-Instability Supernovae of Fast Rotating Stars”, Modern Physics Letter A, 30, 2 (2015).
  18. Whalen, D., Even, W., Smidt, J., Heger, A., Hirschi, R., Yusof, N., Stiavelli, M., Fryer, C., Chen, K.-J., and Joggerst, C., “Pair-Instability Supernovae in the Local Universe”, Astrophysical Journal 797, 9 (2014).
  19. Chen, K.-J.*, “Supernovae at the Cosmic Dawn”, International Journal of Modern Physics D”, 23, 5 (2014).
  20. Chen, K.-J.*, Woosley, S., Heger, A., Almgren, A., and Whalen, D., “Two- Dimensional Simulations of Pulsational Pair-Instability Supernovae”, Astrophys- ical Journal, 792, 28 (2014).
  21. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., Woosley, S., Almgren, A., and Whalen, D., “Pair Insta- bility Supernovae of Very Massive Population III Stars”, Astrophysical Journal, 792, 44 (2014)
  22. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., Woosley, S., Almgren, A., Whalen, D., and Jarrett, J. L. “The General Relativistic Instability Supernova of a Supermassive Population III Star”, Astrophysical Journal, 790, 162 (2014).
  23. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., and Almgren, A., “Numerical approaches for multidi- mensional simulations of stellar explosions”, Astronomy and Computing, 3, 70 (2013).
  24. Whalen, D., Even, W., Smidt, J., Heger, A., Chen, K.-J., Fryer, C., Stiavelli, M., Xu, H., and Joggerst, C., “Supermassive Population III Supernovae and the Birth of the First Quasars”, Astrophysical Journal, 778, 17 (2013).
  25. Jarrett, J. L., Whalen, D., Even, W., Fryer, C., Heger, A., Smidt, J., and Chen, K.-J., “The Biggest Explosions in the Universe”, Astrophysical Journal, 775, 107 (2013).
  26. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., and Almgren, A., “Multidimensional simulations of pair-instability supernovae” Computer Physics Communications, 182, 254 (2011).
  27. Ho, P., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “The Yuan-Tseh Lee Array for Microwave Background Anisotropy” Astrophysical Journal, 694, 1610 (2009). 
  28. Lin, K.-Y., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “AMiBA: System Performance” Astrophysical Journal, 694, 1629 (2009).
  29. Koch, P., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “AMiBA Hexapod Telescope Mount” Astrophysical Journal, 694, 1670 (2009).
  30. Ho, P., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “The Yuan Tseh Lee AMiBA Project” Modern Physics Letter A, 23, 1243 (2008).
Conference Papers
  1. Chen, Ke-Jung . Cosmological Impact of the Population III Hypernovae. Journal of Physics: Conference Series . IOP Publishing . Sep, 2015: Volume 640.
  2. Chen, Ke-Jung (2020, Feb). Cosmic Dawn - Rise of the First Stars, Supernovae, and Galaxies . Annual Meeting of the Physical Society of Taiwan, Pingtung, Taiwan.
  3. Chen, Ke-Jung (2020, Jan). Black hole masses of exotic Supernovae. Astrophysics of LIGO/Virgo sources in O3 era, Tokyo, Japan.
  4. Ou, Po-Sheng; Chen, Ke-Jung . Is There a Critical Metallicity of Mass Loss in Massive Star Evolution?. Supernova Remnants: An Odyssey in Space after Stellar Death II. Greece: Online at http://snr2019.astro.noa.gr, id.87. Jun, 2019.
  5. Chen, Ke-Jung . Chemical Enrichment of Pop III Supernovae in the First Galaxies . Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 341- Challenges in Panchromatic Modelling with Next Generation Facilities. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Jan, 2019. (Accepted).
  6. Chen, Li-Hsin; Chen, Ke-Jung. Pop III supernova feedback on the formation of the first galaxies. Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 341- Challenges in Panchromatic Modelling with Next Generation Facilities. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Jan, 2019. (Accepted).
  7. Wang, Wei-Chen; Chen, Ke-Jung. Magneto-Hydrodynamic Simulations on Galaxy Modeling. Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 341- Challenges in Panchromatic Modelling with Next Generation Facilities. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Jan, 2019. (Accepted).
  8. Chen, Ke-Jung (2019, Nov). Magnetar-Powered Supernovae. 14th Asia-Pacic Physics Conference, Malaysia.
  9. Chen, Ke-Jung (2019, Nov). The First Supernovae Remnants. . RIKEN Symposia: Collaborative Meeting on Supernova Remnants between Japan and USA , Tokyo-Kyoto, Japan.
  10. Chen, Ke-Jung (2019, Jun). Feedback of Pop III stars and supernovae . Zoom-In and Out: From the Interstellar Medium to the Large Scale Structure of the Universe, Stockholm, Sweden.
  11. Chen, Ke-Jung (2019, Mar). Extreme Supernovae from Cosmic Dawn. INTO THE STARLIGHT: The End of the Cosmic Dark Ages , Aspen, USA.
  12. Chen, Ke-Jung (2019, Feb). Physics of Superluminous Supernovae. HK Supernovae Workshop, Hong Kong.
  13. Chen, Ke-Jung (2018, May). Magnetar-powered Supernovae. Workshop on the Exploding Universe, Shanghai, China.
  14. Chen, K.-J.*, “Fluid Instabilities of Magnetar-Powered Supernovae” Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 837, 2006 (2017).
  15. Chen, Ke-Jung. Supernovae at the Extremes. Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 11(A29B). Cambridge University Press. Oct, 2016.
  16. Chen, Ke-Jung. Chemical Enrichment of the First Binaries . Proceedings of the
  17. International Astronomical Union 319-Galaxies at High Redshift and Their
  18. Evolution Over Cosmic Time. Cambridge University Press. Aug, 2016.
  19. Chen, K.-J.*, “Chemical Enrichment of the First Binaries”, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 319, 6 (2016).
  20. Chen, K.-J.; Heger, A.; Woosley, S.; Almgren, A.; Whalen, D. J.. Pair-Instability Supernovae of Non-Zero Metallicity Stars. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series 498:Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows (ASTRONUM-2014). Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Oct, 2015.​
  21. Chen, K.-J.*, “Cosmological Impact of the Population III Hypernovae” Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 640, 2057 (2015).
  22. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., Woosley, S., Almgren, A., and Whalen, D., “Pair- Instability Supernovae of Non-Zero Metallicity Stars”, ASP Conference Series, 498, 47 (2015).
  23. Vink, J., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “Very Massive Stars in the Local Universe”, IAU Highlights of Astronomy, 16, 5 (2015).
  24. Chen, K.-J.*, Jeon, W., Greif, T., Bromm, V., and Heger, A., “Impact of the First Stars to the First Galaxy Formation”, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 295, 21 (2013).
  25. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., and Almgren, A., “Conservative Initial Mapping For Multidimensional Simulations of Stellar Explosions” Journal of Physics: Confer- ence Series, 402, 2024 (2012).
  26. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., and Almgren, A., “Fates of the Most Massive Primor- dial Stars” AIP Conference Proceedings, 1480, 340 (2012).
  27. Heger, A., Woosley, S., Vo, P., Chen, K.-J., and Joggerst, C., “Nucleosynthesis in Stellar Explosions from Early Stars” ASP Conference Series, 458, 11 (2012).
  28. Chen, K.-J.*, Heger, A., and Almgren, A., “Multidimensional Simulations of Thermonuclear Supernovae from the First Stars” ASP Conference Series, 453, 115 (2012).
  29. Chen, K.-J., Heger, A., and Almgren, A., “Two-Dimensional Simulations of Pair-Instability Supernovae” AIP Conference Proceedings, 1294, 255 (2010).
  30. Lin, K.-Y., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “AMiBA First Year Observation” SPIE Conference Proceedings, 7012 (2008).
  31. Koch, P., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “Platform Deformation Refined Point- ing and Phase Correction for the AMiBA Hexapod Telescope” SPIE Conference Proceedings, 7018 (2008).
  32. Philippe, R., et al. (including Chen, K.-J.), “Progress of the Array of Microwave Background Anisotropy (AMiBA)” SPIE Conference Proceedings, 6273 (2006). 
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