# Publications

Publications supported or partially supported by our Science Investigation Team are listed below.

#### 1. *Information content of the angular multipoles of redshift-space galaxy bispectrum*, Gagrani and Samushia, arXiv

#### 2. *Optimal weights for measuring redshift space distortions in multitracer galaxy catalogues*, Pearson, Samushia,and Gagrani, arXiv

#### 3. *Unbiased contaminant removal for 3D galaxy power spectrum measurements*, Kalus et al., arXiv

#### 4. *Estimating the power spectrum covariance matrix with fewer mock samples*, Pearson and Samushia, arXiv

#### 5. *The effect of detector nonlinearity on WFIRST PSF profiles for weak gravitational lensing measurements*, Plazas et al., arXiv

#### 6. *Nonlinearity and pixel shifting effects in HXRG infrared detectors*, Plazas et al., arXiv

#### 7. *Can we use weak lensing to measure total mass profiles of galaxies on 20 kpc scales?*, Kobayashi et al., arXiv

#### 8. *The complete calibration of the color-redshift relation (C3R2) survey: survey overview and data release 1*, Masters et al., arXiv

#### 9. *Looking through the same lens: shear calibration for LSST, Euclid & WFIRST with stage 4 CMB lensing*, arXiv

#### 10. *Multitracing anisotropic non-gaussianity with galaxy shapes*, Chisari et al, arXiv

#### 11. *Predicting Hα emission line galaxy counts for future galaxy redshift surveys*, Merson et al., arXiv

#### 12. *Laboratory measurement of the brighter-fatter effect in an H2RG infrared detector*, Plazas et al., arXiv

#### 13. *Complete super-sample lensing covariance in the response approach*, Barreira, Krause, Schmidt arXiv

#### 14. *Precision Projector Laboratory: Detector Characterization with an Astronomical Emulation Testbed*, Shapiro et al., arXiv

#### 15. *Image simulations for gravitational lensing with SkyLens*, Plazas et al., arXiv

#### 16. *Photometric redshift calibration requirements for WFIRST Weak Lensing Cosmology: Predictions from CANDELS*, Hemmati et al., arXiv

#### 17. *The Complete Calibration of the Color-Redshift Relation (C3R2) Survey: Analysis and Data Release 2*, Masters,..,Capak, et al., arXiv

#### 18. *Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing in HSC: Validation Tests and the Impact of Heterogeneous Spectroscopic Training Sets*, Speagle,..,Capak,..,Masters,Mandelbaum, et al., arXiv

#### 20. *Horizon-AGN Virtual Observatory - 2. Template-free estimates of galaxy properties from colours*, Davidzon,..,Capak,Masters,Hemmati, et al., arXiv

#### 21. *Bringing manifold learning and dimensionality reduction to SED fitters*, Hemmati,Capak,…,Masters, et al., arXiv

#### 22. *Synergizing Deep field programs across multiple surveys*, Capak, et al., arXiv

#### 23. *Unveiling cosmic dawn: the synergetic role of space and ground-based telescopes*, Cuby,…,Capak, et al., arXiv

#### 24. *Deep+Wide lensing surveys will provide exquisite measurements of the dark matter halos of dwarf galaxies*, Leauthaud,…,Capak, et al., arXiv

#### 25. *Rainbow cosmic shear: Optimization of tomographic bins*, Kitching,…,Capak,Masters, et al., arXiv

#### 26. *The DEIMOS 10K Spectroscopic Survey Catalog of the COSMOS Field*, Hasinger,Capak,…,Hemmati,..Masters, et al., arXiv

#### 27. *Partnering space and ground observatories - Synergies in cosmology from LSST and WFIRST*, Eifler,Simet,Hirata,Heinrich,Hemmati,Mandelbaum,Krause,Doré,Spergel,et al., arXiv

#### 28. *Partnering space and ground observatories - Synergies in cosmology from LSST and WFIRST*, Eifler,Simet,Hirata,Heinrich,Hemmati,Mandelbaum,Krause,Doré,Spergel,et al., arXiv

#### 29. *The science advantage of a redder filter for WFIRST*, Staufer, Helou,…,Capak, et al., arXiv

#### 30. *Constraining neutrino mass with the tomographic weak lensing bispectrum*, Coulton,…,Spergel, arXiv

#### 31. *Cosmic Voids as Laboratories for Neutrino Physics*, Kreisch,Spergel,et al., arXiv

#### 32. *MassiveNuS: cosmological massive neutrino simulations*, Liu,…,Spergel, arXiv

#### 33. *Cosmic voids: a novel probe to shed light on our Universe*, Pisani,Spergel,Hirata,Ho,Jain,et al. arXiv

#### 34. *Brighter-fatter effect in near-infrared detectors – I. Theory of flat auto-correlations*, Hirata, Choi, arXiv

#### 35. *Brighter-fatter effect in near-infrared detectors – II. Auto-correlation analysis of H4RG-10 flats*, Choi, Hirata, arXiv

#### 37. *A Synthetic Roman Space Telescope High-Latitude Imaging Survey: Simulation Suite and the Impact of Wavefront Errors on Weak Gravitational Lensing*, Troxel, Long, Hirata, Choi et al, 2020 arXiv

#### 38. *Robust and model-independent cosmological constraints from distance measurements*, Zhai, Wang, arXiv

#### 39. *Reconstructing the weak lensing magnification distribution of Type Ia supernovae*, Zhai, Wang, arXiv

#### 40. *Prediction of Hα and [OIII] Emission Line Galaxy Number Counts for Future Galaxy Redshift Surveys*, Zhai, et al., arXiv

#### 41. *CMB distance priors revisited: effects of dark energy dynamics, spatial curvature, primordial power spectrum, and neutrino parameters*, Zhai, et al. arXiv

#### 42. *Forecasting Cosmological Constraints from the Weak Lensing Magnification of Type Ia Supernovae Measured by the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope*, Zhai, Wang, Scolnic, arXiv

#### 43. *Clustering in the Simulated Hα Galaxy Redshift Survey from Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope*, Zhai, et al. arXiv

#### 44. *Cosmology with galaxy cluster weak lensing: statistical limits and experimental design*, Wu, Weinberg, et al. arXiv

#### 45. *Gravitational Wave Detection with Photometric Surveys*, Wang, Pardo, Chang, and Doré arXiv

#### 46. *Brighter-fatter effect in near-infrared detectors – III. Fourier-domain treatment of flat field correlations and application to WFIRST*, Freudenburg, Givans, Choi, Hirata, et al., arXiv

#### 47. *The Impact of Interpixel Capacitance in CMOS Detectors on PSF shapes and Implications for WFIRST*, Kannawadi, Shapiro, Mandelbaum, Hirata, Kruk, and Rhodes arXiv

#### 48. *The Impact of Light Polarization Effects on Weak Lensing Systematics*, Lin, Tan, Mandelbaum, and Hirata arXiv

#### 49. *The Void Size Function in Dynamical Dark Energy Cosmologies*, Verza, Pisani, et al. arXiv

#### 50. *The bias of cosmic voids in the presence of massive neutrinos*, Schuster, Hamaus, Pisani, et al. arXiv

#### 51. *Massive Neutrinos Leave Fingerprints on Cosmic Voids*, Kreisch, Pisani, Spergel, et al. arXiv

#### 52. *Cosmology with the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope – Synergies with the Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time*, Eifler, et al. arXiv

#### 53. *Cosmology with the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope – Multi-Probe Strategies*, Eifler, et al. arXiv

#### 54. *A 5% measurement of the gravitational constant in the Large Magellanic Cloud*, Desmond, Sakstein, Jain arXiv

#### 55. *Testing f(R) Gravity With Scale Dependent Cosmic Void Velocity Profiles*, Wilson and Bean, arXiv

#### 56. *Redshift space power spectrum beyond Einstein-de Sitter kernels*, Aviles, Valogiannis, Rodriguez-Meza, Cervantes-Cota, Li and Bean, arXiv

#### 57. *An accurate perturbative approach to redshift space clustering of biased tracers in modified gravity*, Valogiannis, Bean and Aviles, arXiv

#### 58. *Convolution Lagrangian perturbation theory for biased tracers beyond general relativity*, Valogiannis and Bean, arXiv

#### 60. *Cross-bispectra Constraints on Modified Gravity Theories from Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope and Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time*, Heinrich & Doré, arXiv

#### 61. *The Aemulus Project IV: Emulating Halo Bias*, McClintock, et al. arXiv

#### 62. *How do galaxy properties affect void statistics?*, Panchal, Pisani, Spergel arXiv

#### 63. *Precision cosmology with voids in the final BOSS data*, Hamaus, Pisani et al. arXiv

#### 64. *The void halo mass function: a promising probe of neutrino mass*, Zhang, Li, Liu, Spergel, Kreisch, Pisani and Wandelt arXiv

#### 65. *Constraints on the growth of structure around cosmic voids in eBOSS DR14*, Hawken, Aubert, Pisani et al. arXiv

#### 66. *Properties of simulated galaxies and supermassive black holes in cosmic voids*, Habouzit, Pisani et al. arXiv

#### 67. *SuperFaB: a fabulous code for Spherical Fourier-Bessel decomposition*, Grasshorn Gebhardt, Doré arXiv

#### 68. *Information Content of Higher-Order Galaxy Correlation Functions*, Samushia, Slepian, Villaescusa-Navarro arXiv

#### 69. *The Outer Stellar Mass of Massive Galaxies: A Simple Tracer of Halo Mass with Scatter Comparable to Richness and Reduced Projection Effects*, Huang, Leauthaud et al. arXiv

#### 70. *Impact of Image Persistence in the Roman Space Telescope High-Latitude Survey*, Lin, Mandelbaum, et al. arXiv

#### 71. *Detecting dark matter subhalos with the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope*, Pardo, Doré arXiv

#### 72. *Harmonic analysis of isotropic fields on the sphere with arbitrary masks*, Grasshorn Gebhardt, Doré arXiv

#### 73. *The High Latitude Spectroscopic Survey on the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope*, Wang, Zhai et al. arXiv

#### 74. *HIFlow: Generating Diverse HI Maps Conditioned on Cosmology using Normalizing Flow*, Hassan, Villaescusa-Navarro et al. arXiv

#### 75. *Quantum yield and charge diffusion in the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope infrared detectors*, Givans, Choi et al. arXiv

#### 76. *The RSD Sorting Hat: Unmixing Radial Scales in Projection*, Taylor, Markovič, et al. arXiv

#### 77. *Linear bias and halo occupation distribution of emission line galaxies from Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope*, Zhai, Wang, et al. arXiv

#### 78. *The Outer Stellar Mass of Massive Galaxies: A Simple Tracer of Halo Mass with Scatter Comparable to Richness and Reduced Projection Effects*, Huang, Leauthaud, et al. ads

#### 79. *The GIGANTES dataset: precision cosmology from voids in the machine learning era*, Kreisch, Pisani, Villaescusa-Navarro, Spergel et al. arXiv

#### 80. *Cosmology with the Roman Space Telescope – Synergies with CMB lensing*, Wenzl et al. arXiv

#### 81. *A Joint Roman Space Telescope and Rubin Observatory Synthetic Wide-Field Imaging Survey*, Troxel et al. arXiv

#### 83. *The High Latitude Spectroscopic Survey on the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope*, Wang et al. arXiv