Current Research Interests:

My research is supported by The National Science Foundation (NSF) and by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

I am a co-director of the new Eotvos International Research School in Astrophysics (EIRSA), started in Budapest, Hungary in Fall 2007


Current and Former Students/Postdocs:

Postdocs I currently work with
Kohei Inayoshi (Simons Fellow)
Nick Stone (Columbia Physics)

Students I currently work with
Jose Manuel Zorrilla Matilla (Astronomy graduate student)
Andrea Derdzinski (Astronomy graduate student)
Jemma Wolcott-Green (Astronomy graduate student)

Former Postdocs
Colin Hill (Simons Fellow 2014-2017; currently holds a joint postdoctoral appointment at IAS Princeton and CCA New York)
Eli Visbal (Columbia Prize Fellow 2013-2016; currently associate research scientist at the Simons Center for Computational Astronomy, Flatiron Institute, NYC)
Brian Farris (NYU/Columbia joint postdoc with Prof. Andrew MacFadyen, 2011-2015; currently in IT industry)
Jan Kratochvil (ISCAP postdoc, 2006-2009; currently postdoc at University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa)

Former PhD students, Astronomy Department, Columbia University
Maria Charisi (PhD 2017; currently a postdoc at Caltech/JPL)
Daniel D'Orazio (PhD 2016; currently Einstein Fellow at Harvard ITC)
Jia Liu (PhD 2016; currently postdoc/NSF Fellow at Princeton)
Taka Tanaka (PhD 2011 co-advised w/Kristen Menou; currently Research Assistant Professor at Stony Brook and Research Affiliate at NYU)
Roban Kramer (PhD 2009; was a Zwicky Fellow at ETH, Zürich, now in high-tech industry)
David Spiegel (PhD 2008 co-advised w/Kristen Menou; now in high-tech industry)
Andrei Mesinger (PhD 2006; currently junior faculty at Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy)
Mark Dijkstra (PhD 2005; currently junior faculty at the University of Oslo, Norway)

Former PhD students, Physics Department, Columbia University
Andrea Petri (PhD 2017; co-advised with Morgan May; currently in finance at Morgan Stanley)
Xiuyuan Yang (PhD 2013; co-advised with Morgan May; currently in finance at Citibank)
Cien Shang (PhD 2010; currently Computational Research Physicist, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis)
Wenjuan Fang (PhD 2009; currently Junior Faculty at the University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei)
Sheng "Wiley" Wang (PhD 2007; currently financial analyst, Goldman Sachs, NYC)
Jun Zhang (PhD 2006 co-advised w/Lam Hui; currently Faculty at Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Former PhD students, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Bence Kocsis (PhD 2007; currently junior faculty at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Hungary)

Former Undergraduate and Master's Thesis Students
Jemma Wolcott-Green (B.S. 2010, Barnard College; currently graduate student at Columbia)
Zoltán Lippai (M.S. 2008, Eötvös Loránd University; currently working in IT industry)
Merse Gáspár (M.S. 2006, Eötvös Loránd University; currently researcher at RMKI, Budapest)
Anne Abramson (B.S. 2004, Columbia Univ.; currently editorial associate at Annual Reviews)
Julie Comerford (B.A. 2002, Princeton Univ.; currently junior faculty at the University of Colorado, Boulder)

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Publications

Journal Papers

204. Low density, radiatively inefficient rotating accretion flow onto a black hole
K. Inayoshi, J. P. Ostriker, Z. Haiman & R. Kuiper
Submitted to Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, September (2017)
203. A Drop in the Pond: The Effect of Rapid Mass Loss on the Dynamics and Interaction Rate of Collisionless Particles
Z. Penoyre & Z. Haiman
Accepted to appear in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, submitted August (2017)
202. Interactions between multiple supermassive black holes in galactic nuclei: a solution to the final parsec problem
T. Ryu, R. Perna, Z. Haiman, J. P. Ostriker & N. C. Stone
Accepted to appear in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, submitted May (2017)
201. Geometry and growth contributions to cosmic shear observables
J. M. Zorrilla, Z. Haiman, A. Petri & T. Namikawa
Physical Review D, vol. 96, Issue 02, id. 0235133 (2017)
200. Self-consistent semi-analytic models of the first stars
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan
Submitted to Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, May (2017)
199. The electromagnetic chirp of a compact binary black hole: a phase template for the gravitational wave inspiral
Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 96, Issue 2, id. 023004 (2017)
198. On the rate of black hole mergers in galactic nuclei and active galactic nucleus disks II. Dynamical hardening
N.W.C. Leigh, A.M. Geller, B. McKernan, K.E.S. Ford, J. Bellovary, S. Endlich, Z. Haiman, B. Kocsis, W. Lyra, M.-M. Mac Low
Submitted to Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, April (2017)
197. Testing the binary hypothesis: pulsar timing constrains on supermassive black hole binary candidates
A. Sesana, Z. Haiman, B. Kocsis & L. Z. Kelley
Submitted to The Astrophysical Journal, April (2017)
196. Rapid Formation of Massive Black Holes in close proximity to Embryonic Proto-Galaxies
J. Regan, E. Visbal, J. H. Wise, Z. Haiman, P. H. Johansson & G. L. Bryan
Nature Astronomy, vol. 1, article no. 0075, March (2017)
195. On the orbital evolution of supermassive black hole binaries with circumbinary accretion discs
T. Tang, A. MacFadyen & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 469, pp. 4258-4267 (2017)
194. On stellar-mass black hole mergers in AGN disks detectable with LIGO
B.McKernan, K.E.S.Ford, J.Bellovary, N.W.C.Leigh, Z.Haiman, B.Kocsis, W.Lyra, M.-M.MacLow, B.Metzger, M.O'Dowd, S.Endlich & D.J.Rosen
Submitted to Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, February (2017)
193. Probing stellar binary black hole formation in galactic nuclei via the imprint of their center of mass acceleration on their gravitational wave signal
K. Inayoshi, N. Tamanini, C. Caprini & Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 96, Issue 6, id. 063014 (2017)
192. Lighthouse in the dust: infrared echoes of periodic emission from massive black hole binaries
D. J. D'Orazio & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 470, pp. 1198-1217 (2017)
191. Gravitational-Wave Localization Alone Probes AGN Origin of Stellar-Mass Black Hole Mergers
I. Bartos, Z. Haiman, Z. Marka, B. D. Metzger, N. C. Stone, & S. Marka
Nature Communications, Vol. 8, No. 1, Article No. 831 (2017)
190. What is the Maximum Mass of a Population III Galaxy?
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 469, pp. 1456-1465 (2017)
189. On the validity of the Born approximation for beyond-Gaussian weak lensing observables
A. Petri, Z. Haiman & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 95, Issue 12, id. 123503 (2017)
188. Do dark matter halos explain lensing peaks?
J. M. Zorrilla, Z. Haiman, D. Hsu, A. Gupta & A. Petri
Physical Review D, vol. 94, Issue 8, id. 083506 (2016)
187. Beyond Jcrit: a critical curve for suppression of H2 cooling in protogalaxies
J. Wolcott-Green, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 469, pp. 3329-3336 (2017)
186. CMB Lensing Beyond the Power Spectrum: Cosmological Constraints from the One-Point PDF and Peak Counts
J. Liu, J. C. Hill, B. D. Sherwin, A. Petri, V. Böhm & Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 94, Issue 10, id.103501 (2016)
185. Origin of Weak Lensing Convergence Peaks
J. Liu & Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 94, Issue 4, id.043533 (2016)
184. Are we witnessing the epoch of reionisation at z=7.1 from the spectrum of J1120+0641?
B. Greig, A. Mesinger, Z. Haiman & R. Simcoe
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 466, pp. 4239-4249 (2017)
183. Lyα emission line reconstruction for high-z QSOs
B. Greig, A. Mesinger, I. D. McGreer, S. Gallerani & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 466, pp. 1814-1838 (2017)
182. Hyper-Eddington mass accretion onto a black hole with super-Eddington luminosity
Y. Sakurai, K. Inayoshi & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 461, pp. 4496-4504 (2016)
181. Cosmology with photometric weak lensing surveys: constraints with redshift tomography of convergence peaks and moments
A. Petri, M. May & Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 94, Issue 6, id.063534 (2016)
180. A Population of Short-Period Variable Quasars from PTF as Supermassive Black Hole Binary Candidates
M. Charisi, I. Bartos, A. M. Price-Whelan, Z. Haiman, M. J, Graham, E. C. Belm, R. R. Laher, S. Marka
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 463, pp. 2145-2171 (2016)
179. Intermediate-mass black holes from Population III remnants in the first galactic nuclei
T. Ryu, T. L. Tanaka, R. Perna & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 460, pp. 4122-4134 (2016)
178. Gravitational wave background from Population III binary black holes consistent with cosmic reionisation
K. Inayoshi, K. Kashiyama, E. Visbal & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 461, pp. 2722-2727 (2016)
177. Formation of Massive Population III Galaxies through Photoionization Feedback: A Possible Explanation for CR7
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Letters, vol. 460, pp. L59-L63 (2016)
176. Assisted Inspirals of Stellar Mass Black Holes Embedded in AGN Disks: Solving the "Final AU Problem"
N. C. Stone, B. D. Metzger & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 464, pp. 946-954 (2017)
175. Rapid and Bright Stellar-mass Binary Black Hole Mergers in Active Galactic Nuclei
I. Bartos, B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman & S. Marka
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 835, article id. 165, 9 pp. (2017)
174. Sample variance in weak lensing: how many simulations are required?
A. Petri, Z. Haiman & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 93, Issue 6, id.063524 (2016)
173. Is there a maximum mass for black holes in galactic nuclei?
K. Inayoshi & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 828, article id. 110, 8 pp. (2016) [this paper was highlighted by the American Astronomical SocietyS]
172. A transition in circumbinary accretion discs at a binary mass ratio of 1:25
D. J. D'Orazio, Z. Haiman, P. Duffell, A. I. MacFadyen, B. D. Farris
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 459, pp. 2379-2393 (2016)
171. Hyper-Eddington accretion flows onto massive black holes
K. Inayoshi, Z. Haiman, J. P. Ostriker
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 459, pp. 3738-3755 (2016)
170. A Statistical Method to Search for Recoiling Supermassive Black Holes in Active Galactic Nuclei
P. Raffai, Z. Haiman, Z. Frei
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 455, pp. 484-492 (2016)
169. Relativistic boost as the cause of periodicity in a massive black hole binary candidate
D. J. D'Orazio, Z. Haiman, D. Schiminovich
Nature (Letters), vol. 525, pp. 351-353 (2015) [click here for popular press coverage]
168. Limits on Population III star formation in minihaloes implied by Planck
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman, G. L. Bryan
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 453, pp. 4456-4466 (2015)
167. Emulating the CFHTLenS Weak Lensing data: Cosmological Constraints from moments and Minkowski functionals
A. Petri, J. Liu, Z. Haiman, M. May, L. Hui & J. M. Kratochvil,
Physical Review D, vol. 91, Issue 10, id. 103511 (2015)
166. Multiple periods in the variability of the supermassive black hole binary candidate quasar PG1302-102?
M. Charisi, I. Bartos, Z. Haiman, A. M. Price-Whelan, S. Marka
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Letters, vol. 454, pp. L21-L25 (2015)
165. A reduced orbital period for the supermassive black hole binary candidate in the quasar PG 1302-102?
D. J. D'Orazio, Z. Haiman, P. Duffell, B. D. Farris, A. I. MacFadyen
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 452, pp. 2540-2545 (2015)
164. Looking for Population III stars with He II line intensity mapping
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman, G. L. Bryan
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 450, pp. 2506-2513 (2015)
163. Cosmology Constraints from the Weak Lensing Peak Counts and the Power Spectrum in CFHTLenS
J. Liu, A. Petri, Z. Haiman, L. Hui, J. M. Kratochvil & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 91, Issue 6, id. 063507 (2015)
162. The origin of spin in galaxies: clues from simulations of atomic cooling halos
J. Prieto, R. Jimenez, Z. Haiman, R. E. Gonzalez
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 452, pp. 784-802 (2015)
161. The impact of spurious shear on cosmological parameter estimates from weak lensing observables
A. Petri, M. May, Z. Haiman, J. M. Kratochvil
Physical Review D, vol. 90, Issue 12, id. 123015 (2014)
160. Binary Black Hole Accretion During Inspiral and Merger
B. D. Farris, P. Duffell, A. I. MacFadyen & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 447, pp. L80-L84 (2015)
159. Characteristic Signatures in the Thermal Emission from Accreting Binary Black Holes
B. D. Farris, P. Duffell, A. I. MacFadyen & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 446, pp. L36-L40 (2015)
158. Direct collapse black hole formation from synchronized pairs of atomic cooling halos
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 445, pp. 1056-1063 (2014)
157. Does disk fragmentation prevent the formation of supermassive stars in protogalaxies?
K. Inayoshi & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 445, pp. 1549-1557 (2014)
156. The Migration of Gap-opening Planets is Not Locked to Viscous Disk Evolution
P. Duffell, Z. Haiman, A. I. MacFadyen, D. J. D'Orazio & B. D. Farris
The Astronomical Journal Letters, vol. 792, issue 1, article id. L10, 4 pp. (2014)
155. Close companions to two high-redshift quasars
I. D. McGreer, X. Fan, M. A. Strauss, Z. Haiman, G. T. Richards, L. Jiang, F. Bian & D. P. Schneider,
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 148, issue 4, article id. 73, 12 pp. (2014)
154. A No-Go Theorem for Direct Collapse Black Holes Without a Strong Ultraviolet Background
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 442, pp. L100-L104 (2014)
153. Lyman edges in supermassive black hole binaries
A. Generozov & Z. Haiman,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 443, pp. L64-L68 (2014)
152. High-Redshift Star Formation in a Time-Dependent Lyman-Werner Background
E. Visbal, Z. Haiman, B. Terrazas, G. L. Bryan & R. Barkana,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 445, pp. 107-114 (2014)
151. Stars as resonant absorbers of gravitational waves
B. McKernan, K. E. S. Ford, B. Kocsis & Z. Haiman,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 445, pp. L74-L78 (2014)
150. Evolution in the Escape Fraction of Ionizing Photons and the Decline in Strong Ly alpha Emission from z>6 Galaxies
M. Dijkstra, J. S. B. Wyithe & Z. Haiman,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 440, pp. 3309-3316 (2013)
149. The Impact of Magnification and Size Bias on Weak Lensing Power Spectrum and Peak Statistics
J. Liu, Z. Haiman, L. Hui, J. M. Kratochvil & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 89, Issue 1, id. 023515 (2014)
148. Binary Black Hole Accretion From a Circumbinary Disk: Gas Dynamics Inside the Central Cavity
B. D. Farris, P. Duffell, A. I. MacFadyen & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 783, article id. 134, 12 pp. (2014)
147. Cosmology with Minkowski functionals and moments of the weak lensing convergence field
A. Petri, Z. Haiman, L. Hui, M. May & J. M. Kratochvil
Physical Review D, vol. 88, Issue 12, id. 123002 (2013)
146. H2 Suppression with Shocking Inflows: Testing a Pathway for Supermassive Black Hole Formation
R. Fernandez, G. L. Bryan, Z. Haiman, & M. Li,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 439, pp. 3798-3807 (2013)
145. The effect of baryonic streaming motions on the formation of the first supermassive black holes
T. Tanaka, M. Li & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 435, pp. 3559-3567 (2013)
144. Focusing on Warm Dark Matter with Lensed High-redshift Galaxies
F. Pacucci, A. Mesinger & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 435, L53-57 (2013)
143. Constraints on Warm Dark Matter models from high-redshift long gamma-ray bursts
de Souza, R. S., Mesinger, A., Ferrara, A., Haiman, Z., Perna, R. & Yoshida, N.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 432, pp. 3218-3227 (2012)
142. A Lyman Break Galaxy in the Epoch of Reionization from HST Grism Spectroscopy
J. E. Rhoads et al.
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 773, article id. 32, 7 pp. (2013)
141. Gas Cloud G2 Can Illuminate the Black Hole Population Near the Galactic Center
I. Bartos, Z. Haiman, B. Kocsis & S. Marka
Physical Review Letters, vol. 110, Issue 22, id. 221102 (2013)
140. Gas infall into atomic cooling haloes: on the formation of protogalactic disks and supermassive black holes at z > 10
J. Prieto, R. Jimenez & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 436, pp. 2301-2325 (2013)
139. Ripple effects & oscillations in the broad FeK alpha line as a probe of massive black hole mergers
B. McKernan, K. E. S. Ford, B. Kocsis & Z.Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 432, pp. 1468-1482 (2013)
138. Effect of Measurement Errors on Predicted Cosmological Constraints from Shear Peak Statistics with LSST
D. Bard, J. M. Kratochvil et al.
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 774, article id. 49, 13 pp. (2013)
137. Accretion into the Central Cavity of a Circumbinary Disk
D. J. D'Orazio, Z. Haiman & A. MacFadyen
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 436, pp. 2997-3020 (2013)
136. Baryon impact on weak lensing peaks and power spectrum: low-bias statistics and self-calibration in future surveys
X. Yang, J. M. Kratochvil, K. Huffenberger, Z. Haiman, & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 87, Issue 2, id. 023511 (2013)
135. X-ray emission from high-redshift miniquasars: self-regulating the population of massive black holes through global warming
T. Tanaka, R. Perna & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 425, pp. 2974-2987 (2012)
134. Gas pile-up, gap overflow, and Type 1.5 migration in circumbinary disks: application to supermassive black hole binaries
B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 427, pp. 2680-2700 (2012)
133. Gas pile-up, gap overflow, and Type 1.5 migration in circumbinary disks: general theory
B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 427, pp. 2660-2679 (2012)
132. Evidence of Gunn-Peterson damping wings in high-z quasar spectra: strengthening the case for incomplete reionization
J. Schroeder, A. Mesinger & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 428, pp. 3058-3071 (2013)
131. Feedback from the IR Background in the Early Universe
J. Wolcott-Green & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 425, pp. L51-55 (2012)
130. Probing Cosmology with Weak Lensing Minkowski Functionals
J. M. Kratochvil, E. A. Lim, S. Wang, Z. Haiman, M. May & K. Huffenberger
Physical Review D, vol. 85, issue 10, id. 103513 (2012)
129. Improved Models for Cosmic Infrared Background Anisotropies: New Constraints on the IR Galaxy Population
C. Shang, Z. Haiman, L. Knox & S. Peng Oh
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 421, pp. 2832-2845 (2012)
128. Electromagnetic Counterparts of Supermassive Black Hole Binaries Resolved by Pulsar Timing Arrays
T. Tanaka, K. Menou & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 420, pp. 705-719 (2012)
127. Photodissociation of H_2 in Protogalaxies: Modeling Self-Shielding in 3D Simulations
J. Wolcott-Green, Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 418, pp. 838-852 (2011)
126. Cosmological Information in Weak Lensing Peaks
X. Yang, J. M. Kratochvil, S. Wang, E. A. Lim, Z. Haiman & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 84, issue 4, id. 043529 (2011)
125. Imprint of Accretion Disk-Induced Migration on Gravitational Waves from Extreme Mass Ratio Inspirals
N. Yunes, B. Kocsis, A. Loeb & Z. Haiman
Physical Review Letters, vol. 107, id. 171103 (2011)
124. Delayed Enrichment by Unseen Galaxies: Explaining the Rapid Rise in IGM CIV Absorption from z=6-5
R. H. Kramer, Z. Haiman & P. Madau
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, submitted July (2010)
123. Suppression of HD-cooling in protogalactic gas clouds by Lyman-Werner radiation
J. Wolcott-Green & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 412, pp. 2603-2616 (2011)
122. Supermassive Black Hole Formation at High Redshifts Through a Primordial Magnetic Field
S. K. Sethi, Z. Haiman & K. Pandey
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 721, pp. 615-621 (2010)
121. Witnessing the Birth of a Quasar
T. Tanaka, Z. Haiman & K. Menou
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 140, pp. 642-651 (2010)
120. Cosmology with Standard Sirens: the Importance of the Shape of the Lensing Magnification Distribution
C. Shang & Z. Haiman,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 411, pp. 9-22 (2011)
119. Hydrodynamical Response of a Circumbinary Gas Disk to Black Hole Recoil and Mass Loss
L. R. Corrales, Z. Haiman & A. MacFadyen,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 404, pp. 947-962 (2010)
118. Constraining Intra-Cluster Gas Models with Amiba13
S. M. Molnar, K. Umetsu, M. Birkinshaw, G. Bryan, Z. Haiman, N. Hearn, et al.
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 723, pp. 1272-1285 (2010)
117. Probing Cosmology with Weak Lensing Peak Counts
J. M. Kratochvil, Z. Haiman & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 81, issue 4, id. 043519 (2010)
116. Supermassive Black Hole Formation by Direct Collapse: Keeping Protogalactic Gas H_2-Free in Dark Matter Halos with Virial Temperatures T(vir) > 10,000 K
C. Shang, G. L. Bryan & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 402, pp. 1249-1262 (2010)
115. Probing Reionization with Quasar Spectra: the Impact of the Intrinsic Lyman-alpha Emission Line Shape Uncertainty
R. H. Kramer & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 400, pp. 1493-1511 (2009)
114. Probing Cosmology and Galaxy Cluster Structure with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Decrement vs. X-ray Temperature Scaling Relation
C. Shang, Z. Haiman & L. Verde,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 400, pp. 1085-1114 (2009)
113. Radiative Feedback in Relic HII Regions at High-Redshift
A. Mesinger, G. L. Bryan & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 399, pp. 1650-1662 (2009)
112. Accretion Shocks in Clusters of Galaxies and their SZ Signature from Cosmological Simulations
S. M. Molnar, N. Hearn, Z. Haiman, G. Bryan, A. E. Evrard, & G. Lake,
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 696, pp. 1640-1656 (2009)
111. The Assembly of Supermassive Black Holes at High Redshifts
T. Tanaka & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 696, pp. 1798-1822 (2009)
110. The Population of Viscosity- and Gravitational Wave-Driven Supermassive Black Hole Binaries Among Luminous AGN
Z. Haiman, B. Kocsis & K. Menou
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 700, pp. 1952-1969 (2009)
109. GRB 080913 at redshift 6.7
J. Greiner et al.
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 693, pp. 1610-1620 (2009)
108. Constraining Cosmology with High Convergence Regions in Weak Lensing Surveys
S. Wang, Z. Haiman & M. May
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 691, pp. 547-559 (2009)
107. Challenges to the DGP Model from Horizon-Scale Growth and Geometry
W. Fang, S. Wang, W. Hu, Z. Haiman, L. Hui & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 78, issue 10, id. 103509 (2008)
106. Fluctuations in the High-Redshift Lyman-Werner Background: Close Halo Pairs as the Origin of Supermassive Black Holes
M. Dijkstra, Z. Haiman, A. Mesinger & J. S. B. Wyithe
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 391, pp. 1961-1972 (2008)
105. Can Supermassive Black Holes Form in Metal-Enriched High-Redshift Protogalaxies ?
K. Omukai, R. Schneider & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 686, pp. 801-814 (2008)
104. The Evolution of the M(bh)-sigma relation Inferred from the Age Distribution of Local Early-Type Galaxies and AGN Evolution
F. Shankar, M. Bernardi & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 694, pp. (2009)
103. Fossil Ionized Bubbles Around Dead Quasars During Reionization
S. Furlanetto, Z. Haiman & S. Peng Oh
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 686, pp. 25-40 (2008)
102. On the Occupation Fraction of Seed Black Holes in High-Redshift Dark Matter Halos
Z. Lippai, Z. Frei & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 701, pp. 360-368 (2008)
101.Prompt Shocks in the Gas Disk Around a Recoiling Supermassive Black Hole Binary
Z. Lippai, Z. Frei & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 676, pp. L5-L8 (2008)
100. The Thickness of High-Redshift Quasar Ionization Fronts as a Constraint on the Ionizing Spectral Energy Distribution
R. H. Kramer & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 385, pp. 1561-1575 (2008)
99. Pre-Merger Localization of Gravitational-Wave Standard Sirens With LISA: Triggered Search for an Electromagnetic Counterpart
B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman & K. Menou
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 684, pp. 870-887 (2008)
98. An Evolving Entropy Floor in the Intracluster Gas?
W. Fang & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 680, pp. 200-213 (2008)
97. Can We Detect the Anisotropic Shapes of Quasar HII Regions During Reionization Through The Small-Scale Redshifted 21cm Power Spectrum?
S. Sethi & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 673, pp. 1-13 (2008)
96. Oxygen pumping II: Probing the Inhomogeneous Metal Enrichment at the Epoch of Reionization with High Frequency CMB Observations
C. Hernandez-Monteagudo, Z. Haiman, L. Verde & R. Jimenez
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 672, pp. 33-39 (2008)
95. Constraints on the Abundance of Highly Ionized Proto-Cluster Regions from the Absence of Large Voids in the Lyman Alpha Forest
C. Shang, A. Crotts & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 671, pp. 136-145 (2007)
94. Is Modified Gravity Required by Observations? An Empirical Consistency Test of Dark Energy Models
S. Wang, L. Hui, M. May & Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 76, issue 6, id. 063503 (2007)
93. On constraining a transiting exoplanet's rotation rate with its transit spectrum
D. S. Spiegel, Z. Haiman & B. S. Gaudi
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 669, pp. 1324-1335 (2007)
92. Pre-Merger Localization of Gravitational-Wave Standard Sirens With LISA I:Harmonic Mode Decomposition
B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman, K. Menou & Zs. Frei
Physical Review D, vol. 76, issue 2, id. 022003 (2007)
91. Oxygen Pumping: Mapping the Reionization Epoch with the CMB
C. Hernandez-Monteagudo, Z. Haiman, R. Jimenez & L. Verde
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 660, pp. 85-88 (2007)
90. Constraining Dark Energy by Combining Cluster Counts and Shear-Shear Correlations in a Weak Lensing Survey
W. Fang & Z. Haiman
Physical Review D, vol. 75, issue 4, id. 043010 (2007)
89. The Luminosity Function of Lyman Alpha Emitting Galaxies and Cosmic Reionisation of Hydrogen
M. Dijkstra, S. B. Wyithe & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 379, pp. 253-259 (2007)
88. Constraints on Reionization and Source Properties from the Absorption Spectra of z>6.2 Quasars
A. Mesinger & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 660, pp. 923-932 (2007)
87. The ages, metallicities and star formation histories of early-type galaxies in SDSS
R. Jimenez, M. Bernardi, Z. Haiman, B. Panter & A. F. Heavens
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 658, pp. 721-730 (2007)
86. Reconstructing the Cosmic Evolution of Quasars from the Age Distribution of Local Early-Type Galaxies
Z. Haiman, R. Jimenez & M. Bernardi
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 658, pp. 721-730 (2007)
85. A Linear Perturbation Theory of Inhomogeneous Reionization
J. Zhang, Z. Haiman & L. Hui
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 375, pp. 324-336 (2007)
84. Correlations Between Central Massive Objects And Their Host Galaxies From Bulgeless Spirals to Ellipticals
Y. Li, Z. Haiman & M.-M. Mac Low
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 663, pp. 61-70 (2007)
83. Breaking Cosmological Degeneracies in Galaxy Cluster Surveys with a Physical Model of Cluster Structure
J. D. Younger, Z. Haiman, G. L. Bryan & S. Wang
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 653, pp. 27-42 (2006)
82. Feedback from Clustered Sources During Reionization
R. H. Kramer, Z. Haiman & S. Peng Oh
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 649, pp. 570-578 (2006)
81. UV Radiative Feedback on High-Redshift Proto-Galaxies
A. Mesinger, G. L. Bryan & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 648, pp. 835-851 (2006)
80. Was Star-Formation Suppressed in High-Redshift Minihalos?
Z. Haiman & G. L. Bryan
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 650, pp. 7-11 (2006)
79. Significant primordial star formation at redshifts z = 3-4
R. Jimenez & Z. Haiman,
Nature (Letters), vol. 440, pp. 501-504 (2006)
78. Lyman Alpha Radiation From Collapsing Protogalaxies II: Observational Evidence for Gas Infall
M. Dijkstra, Z. Haiman & M. Spaans
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 649, pp. 37-47 (2006)
77. Lyman Alpha Radiation From Collapsing Protogalaxies I: Characteristics of the Emergent Spectrum
M. Dijkstra, Z. Haiman & M. Spaans
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 649, pp. 14-36 (2006)
76. A Snapshot Survey for Gravitational Lenses Among z>=4 Quasars: II. Constraints on the 4.0 < z < 4.5 Quasar Population
G. T. Richards, Z. Haiman, B. Pindor, M. A. Strauss, X. Fan., D. Eisenstein, D. P. Schneider, N. A. Bahcall, J. Brinkmann & M. Fukugita
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 131, pp. 49-54 (2006)
75. Finding the Electromagnetic Counterparts of Cosmological Standard Sirens
B. Kocsis, Zs. Frei, Z. Haiman & K. Menou
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 637, pp. 27-37 (2006)
74. Probing Reionization with the Redshift Distribution of Distant Supernovae
A. Mesinger, B. Johnson & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 637, pp. 80-90 (2006)
73. Weighing Neutrinos with Galaxy Cluster Surveys
S. Wang, Z. Haiman, W. Hu, J. Khoury & M. May
Physical Review Letters, vol. 95, id. 011302 (2005)
72. An Overdensity of Galaxies at z=5.9+/-0.2 in the Ultra Deep Field Confirmed Using the ACS Grism
S. Malhotra, J. E. Rhoads, N. Pirzkal, Z. Haiman, C. Xu, et al.
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 626, pp. 666-679 (2005)
71. Can We Probe the Atmospheric Composition of an Extrasolar Planet from its Reflection Spectrum in a High-Magnification Microlensing Event?
D. S. Spiegel, M. Zamojski, A. Gersch, J. Donovan & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 628, pp. 478-486 (2005)
70. Constraints on the Small-Scale Power Spectrum of Density Fluctuations From High-Redshift Gamma-Ray Bursts
A. Mesinger, R. Perna & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 623, pp. 1-10 (2005)
69. Constraining Reionization with the Evolution of the Luminosity Function of Lyman Alpha Emitting Galaxies
Z. Haiman & R. Cen
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 623, pp. 627-631 (2005)
68. On Detecting the X-ray Silhouette of a Damped Lyman Alpha System
M. Dijkstra, Z. Haiman & C. Scharf
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 624, pp. 85-93 (2005)
67. Can Virialization Shocks be Detected Around Galaxy Clusters Through the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect?
B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman & Zs. Frei
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 623, pp. 632-649 (2005)
66. A Redshift z=5.4 Lyman Alpha Emitting Galaxy With Linear Morphology in the GRAPES/UDF Field
J. E. Rhoads, et al.
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 621, pp. 582-586 (2005)
65. Constraining the Evolution of Dark Energy with a Combination of Galaxy Cluster Observables
S. Wang, J. Khoury, Z. Haiman & M. May
Physical Review D, vol. 70, Issue 12, id. 123008 (2004)
64. Evidence of a Cosmological Stromgren Surface and of Significant Neutral Hydrogen Surrounding the Quasar SDSS J1030+0524
A. Mesinger & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 611, pp. 69-72 (2004)
63. On The Dark Side of Quasar Evolution
K. Menou & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 615, pp. 130-134 (2004)
62. Gravitational lensing magnification without multiple imaging
C. R. Keeton, M. Kuhlen & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 621, pp. 559-573 (2005)
61. Constraints from Gravitational Recoil on the Growth of Supermassive Black Holes at High Redshift
Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 613, pp. 36-40 (2004)
60. GRAPES, Grism Spectroscopy of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: Description and Data Reduction
N. Pirzkal, et al.
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, vol. 154, pp. 501-508 (2004)
59. Implications of the Lyman Alpha Emission Line from a Candidate z=10 Galaxy
R. Cen, Z. Haiman, & A. Mesinger
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 621, pp. 89-94 (2005)
58. Modeling the Counts of Faint Radio Loud Quasars: Constraints on the Supermassive Black Hole Population and Predictions for High Redshift
Z. Haiman, E. Quataert & G. Bower
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 612, pp. 698-705 (2004)
57. A Limit from the X-ray Background on the Contribution of Quasars to Reionization
M. Dijkstra, Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 613, pp. 646-654 (2004)
56. Rate Coeffient for H+ + H2(X1Sum+g, nu=0, J=0) -> H(1s) + H2+ Charge Transfer and Some Cosmological Implications
D. W. Savin, P. S. Krstic, Z. Haiman & P. C. Stancil
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 606, pp. 167-170 (2004)
55. Probing the Reionization History Using the Spectra of High-Redshift Sources
A. Mesinger, Z. Haiman & R. Cen
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 613, pp. 23-35 (2004)
54. Microlensing of Elliptical Sources by Fold Caustics
B. S. Gaudi & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, submitted, December (2003)
53. A Snapshot Survey for Gravitational Lenses Among z>4 Quasars: I. The z>5.7 Sample
G. T. Richards, M. A. Strauss, B. Pindor, Z. Haiman, X. Fan., D. Eisenstein, D. P. Schneider, N. A. Bahcall, J. Brinkmann & R. Brunner
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 127, pp. 1305-1312 (2004)
52. Photoionization Feedback in Low-Mass Galaxies at High Redshift
M. Dijkstra, Z. Haiman, M. J. Rees & D. H. Weinberg
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 601, p. 666-675 (2004)
51. Fossil HII Regions: Self-Limiting Star Formation at High Redshift
S. P. Oh & Z. Haiman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 346, pp. 456-472 (2003)
50. Redshifting Rings of Power
W. Hu & Z. Haiman
Physics Review D, vol. 68, Issue 6, id. 063004 (2003)
49. Small-scale CMB Temperature and Polarization Anisotropies due to Patchy Reionization
M. G. Santos, A. Cooray, Z. Haiman, L. Knox & C.-P. Ma
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 598, p. 756-766 (2003)
48. Do We Need Stars to Reionize the Universe at High Redshifts? Early Reionization by Decaying Heavy Sterile Neutrinos
S. H. Hansen & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 600, p. 26-31 (2004)
47. Constraints on the Energy Content of the Universe From a Combination of Galaxy Cluster Observables
S. M. Molnar, Z. Haiman, M. Birkinshaw & R. F. Mushotzky
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 601, p. 22-27 (2004)
46. Reasoning From Fossils: Learning From the Local Black Hole Population About the Evolution of Quasars
Z. Haiman, L. Ciotti & J. P. Ostriker
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 606, p. 763-773 (2004)
45. Thermal Memory of the Reionization History
L. Hui & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 596, p. 9-18 (2003)
44. The Reionization History at High Redshifts II: Estimating the Optical Depth to Thomson Scattering from CMB Polarization
G. P. Holder, Z. Haiman, M. Kaplinghat, L. Knox
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 595, p. 13-18 (2003)
43. The Reionization History at High Redshifts I: Physical Models and New Constraints from CMB Polarization
Z. Haiman & G. P. Holder
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 595, p. 1-12 (2003)
42. A Survey of z>5.7 Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey II: Discovery of Three Additional Quasars at z>6
X. Fan et al. (for the SDSS collaboration)
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 125, p. 1649-1659 (2003)
41. Probing the Reionization History of the Universe using the Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization
M. Kaplinghat, M. Chu, Z. Haiman, G. Holder, L. Knox, & C. Skordis
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 583, p. 24-32 (2003)
40. Constraining the Redshift z=6 Quasar Luminosity Function Using Gravitational Lensing
J. Comerford, Z. Haiman, & J. Schaye
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 580, p. 63-72 (2002)
39. The Detectability of High Redshift Lyman Alpha Emission Lines Prior to the Reionization of the Universe
Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 576, p. 1-4 (2002)
38. A Constraint on the Gravitational Lensing Magnification and Age of the Redshift z=6.28 Quasar SDSS 1030+0524
Z. Haiman & R. Cen,
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 578, p. 702-707 (2002)
37. Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Early Data Release
Stoughton, C. et al. (for the SDSS collaboration)
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 123, p. 485-548 (2002)
36. Predictions for the Counts of Faint, High-Redshift Galaxies in the Mid-Infrared
Z. Haiman, D. N. Spergel & E. L. Turner
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 585, p. 630-637 (2003)
35. Second-Generation Objects in the Universe: Radiative Cooling and Collapse of Halos with Virial Temperatures Above 10^4 Kelvin
S. P. Oh & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 569, p. 558-572 (2002)
34. A Survey of z>5.8 Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey I: Discovery of Three New Quasars and the Spatial Density of Luminous Quasars at z~6
X. Fan et al. (for the SDSS collaboration)
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 122, p. 2833-2849 (2001)
33. Are Clusters Standard Candles? Galaxy Cluster Scaling Relations With the Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect
L. Verde, Z. Haiman & D. N. Spergel
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 581, p. 5-19 (2002)
32. Constraints on Omega_m, Omega_L, and Sigma_8, from Counts of Galaxy Clusters
G. Holder, Z. Haiman & J. Mohr
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 560, p. 111-114 (2001)
31. Unusual Broad Absorption Line Quasars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
P. Hall, et al.,
The Astrophysical Journal Suppl., vol. 141, p. 267-309 (2002)
30. Connections between the Cosmic Baryon Fraction, the Extragalactic Ionizing Background and Lyman Break Galaxies
L. Hui, Z. Haiman, M. Zaldarriaga & T. Alexander
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 564, p. 525-533 (2002)
29. Constraints on Warm Dark Matter from Cosmological Reionization
R. Barkana, Z. Haiman & J. P. Ostriker
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 558, p. 482-496 (2001)
28. The Merger History of Supermassive Black Holes in Galaxies
K. Menou, Z. Haiman & V. K. Narayanan
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 558, p. 535-542 (2001)
27. Extended Lyman Alpha Emission Around Young Quasars: A Constraint on Galaxy Formation
Z. Haiman & M. J. Rees
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 556, p. 87-92 (2001)
26. What is the Highest Plausible Redshift of Luminous Quasars?
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 552, p. 459-463 (2001)
25. Probing Early Structure Formation with Far-Infrared Background Correlations
L. Knox, A. Cooray, D. Eisenstein, & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 550, p. 7-20 (2001)
24. Ionizing Photon Consumption by Cosmological Minihalos
Z. Haiman, T. Abel & P. Madau
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 551, p. 599-607 (2001)
23. HeII Recombination Lines From the First Luminous Objects
S. P. Oh, Z. Haiman & M. J. Rees
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 553, p. 73-77 (2001)
22. Quasar Strömgren Spheres Before Cosmological Reionization
R. Cen & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 542, p. 75-78 (2000)
21. The Discovery of a Luminous z=5.80 Quasar from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
X. Fan et al. (for the SDSS collaboration)
The Astronomical Journal, vol. 1210, p. 1167-1174 (2000)
20. Lyman-alpha Cooling Radiation from High Redshift Halos
Z. Haiman, M. Spaans & E. Quataert
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 537, p. 5-8 (2000)
19. Constraints on Cosmological Parameters from Future Galaxy Cluster Surveys
Z. Haiman, J. J. Mohr & G. P. Holder
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 553, p. 545-561 (2001)
18. Constraining the Lifetime of Quasars from their Spatial Clustering
Z. Haiman & L. Hui
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 547, p. 27-38 (2001)
17. Cosmological Constant or Intergalactic Dust? Constraints from the Cosmic Far Infrared Background
A. Aguirre & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 532, p. 28 (2000)
16. Correlations in the Far Infrared Background
Z. Haiman & L. Knox
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 530, p. 124 (2000)
15. X-Ray Emission from the First Quasars
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, vol. 521, p. 9 (1999)
14. The Radiative Feedback of the First Cosmological Objects
Z. Haiman, T. Abel & M. J. Rees
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 534, p. 11 (2000)
13. On the Cosmological Evolution of the Luminosity Function and the Accretion Rate of Quasars
Z. Haiman & K. Menou
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 531, p. 42 (2000)
12. Models for Dusty Lyman Alpha Emitters at High Redshift
Z. Haiman & M. Spaans
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 518, p. 138 (1999)
11. Determining the Redshift of Reionization From the Spectra of High-Redshift Sources
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 519, p. 479 (1999)
10. Constraints from the Hubble Deep Field on High Redshift Quasar Models
Z. Haiman, P. Madau & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 514, p. 535 (1999)
9. Observational Signatures of the First Quasars
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 503, p. 505 (1998)
8. Signatures of Intergalactic Dust From the First Supernovae
A. Loeb & Z. Haiman
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 490, p. 571 (1997)
7. Signatures of stellar reionization of the universe
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 483, p. 21 (1997)
6. Destruction of molecular hydrogen during cosmological reionization
Z. Haiman, M. J. Rees, & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 476, p. 458 (1997)
5. H2-cooling of primoridal gas triggered by UV irradiation
Z. Haiman, M. J. Rees, & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 467, p. 522 (1996)
4. Cosmological formation of low-mass objects
Z. Haiman, A. Thoul, & A. Loeb
The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 464, p. 523 (1996)
3. Properties of M 31 OB associations.
Z. Haiman, E. Magnier, P. Battinelli, W. Lewin, J. van Paradijs,
G. Hasinger, W. Pietsch, R. Supper, J. Trumper
Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 290, p. 371 (1994)
2. Extension of the Magnier et al. catalogue of objects in the field of M31.
Z. Haiman, E. Magnier, W. Lewin, R. Lester, J. van Paradijs,
G. Hasinger, W. Pietsch, R. Supper, J. Trumper
Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 286, p. 725 (1994)
1. Automated identification of OB associations in M31.
E. Magnier, P. Battinelli, W. Lewin, Z. Haiman, J. van Paradijs,
G. Hasinger, W. Pietsch, R. Supper, J. Trumper
Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 278, p. 36 (1993)

Invited Reviews

7. The Formation of the First Massive Black Holes
Z. Haiman
in "The First Galaxies - Theoretical Predictions and Observational Clues",
Springer Astrophysics and Space Science Library
eds. T. Wiklind, V. Bromm & B. Mobasher, in press (2012)
6. A smoother end to the dark age
Z. Haiman
Nature (News & Views), vol. 472, p. 47 (2011)
5. Caught in the Act?
Z. Haiman
Nature (News & Views), vol. 430, p. 979 (2004)
4. The Formation and Evolution of the First Massive Black Holes
Z. Haiman and E. Quataert
in "Supermassive Black Holes in the Distant Universe"
ed. A. J. Barger, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 147-185 (2004)
3. The First Nonlinear Structures and the Reionization History of the Universe
Z. Haiman
in "Carnegie Observatories Astrophysics Series, Vol. 1: Coevolution of Black Holes and Galaxies"
ed. L. C. Ho, Cambridge Univ. Press (2004), pp. 67-87
2. The Role of H2 Molecules in Cosmological Structure Formation
T. Abel and Z. Haiman
in Molecular Hydrogen in Astrophysics
eds. F. Combes and G. P. des Forets, Cambridge University Press (2000), pp. 237-246
1. Reionization of the Intergalactic Medium and its Effect on the CMB.
Z. Haiman and L. Knox
in Sloan Summit on Microwave Foregrounds
eds. A. de Oliveira-Costa and M. Tegmark, ASP Press, San Francisco (1999), pp. 227-250

Other Publications

1. An X-ray Galaxy Cluster Survey for Investigations of Dark Energy
Z. Haiman, et al.
White paper submitted to the Dark Energy Task Force

In Hungarian

3. A legelsõ csillagok és fekete lyukak születése
Z. Haiman
Természet Világa, special issue for International Year of Astronomy, November (2009)
2. Hogyan ért véget a kozmológiai sötétkor? Az elsõ csillagok és kvazárok születése
Z. Haiman
Fizikai Szemle, vol. IL/6, p. 229 (1999)
1. Az elsõ csillagok és kvazárok kialakulása
Z. Haiman
Contributed talk at Biannual Meeting of the Eötvös Loránd Physical Society
held at Gödöllõ, Hungary, August 1998.

Conference Papers

35. Identifying Decaying Supermassive Black Hole Binaries from their Variable Electromagnetic Emission
Z. Haiman, B. Kocsis, K. Menou, Z. Lippai and Z. Frei
Classical and Quantum Gravity (special issue for the proceedings of the 7th International LISA Symposium), Volume 26, Issue 9, id. 094032 (2009)
34. Cosmological Physics with Black Holes (and Possibly White Dwarfs)
K. Menou, Z. Haiman and B. Kocsis
In the proceedings of "Jean-Pierre Lasota, X-ray binaries, accretion disks and compact stars", a conference held in honour of Jean-Pierre Lasota at the Trzebieszowice Castle, Poland, 7-13 October, 2007,
New Astronomy Reviews, Volume 51, Issue 10-12, p. 884-890
33. The Formation of the First Black Holes and Their Contribution to the Reionization of the Intergalactic Medium
Z. Haiman
In the proceedings of "AGN and Galaxy Evolution", a workshop held at the Specola Vaticana, Castel Gandolfo, Italy, 3-6 October 2005.
Eds. A. Omizzolo, S. Cristiani, F. Fiore, A. Grazian, Memorie of the SAIT, in press (2006)
32. The Formation of the First Black Holes and Their Host Halos
Z. Haiman
In the proceedings of "QSO Hosts: Evolution and Environment", a workshop held at the Lorentz Center, Leiden University, The Netherlands, 22-25 August 2005
Eds. P. Barthel, D. Sanders, Elsevier Science (special issue, New Astronomy Reviews), in press (2006)
31. Finding the First Generation of Stars and Black Holes
Z. Haiman
In the proceedings of "Origins: From Early Universe to Extrasolar Planets", 19th Nishinomiya-Yukawa Memorial Symposium, Nishinomiya, Japan, November 2004,
Eds. Shin Minesige and Shigeru Ida, Progress in Theoretical Physics, Supplement No. 158 (2005)
30. Cosmology with Shear Selected Galaxy Clusters in LSST
Z. Haiman, S. Wang, J. Khoury, J. F. Hennawi, M. May, D. N. Spergel & A. J. Tyson
Bull. American Astron. Soc., meeting 205, no. 108.15 (2005)
29. Probing the Reionization History of the Universe
Z. Haiman
In the proceedings of "Planets To Cosmology: Essential Science In Hubble's Final Years", Baltimore, MD, May 2004,
Ed. M. Livio, Cambridge Univ. Press, in press (2004)
28. The Growth of the Earliest Supermassive Black Holes and Their Contribution to Reionization
Z. Haiman, M. Dijkstra & A. Mesinger,
In the proceedings of "Growing Black Holes 2004", Garching, Germany, June 2004,
Eds. A. Merloni, S. Nayakshin and R. Sunyaev, Springer-Verlag series of "ESO Astrophysics Symposia", in press (2004)
27. The Mass Budget of Merging Quasars
K. Menou & Z. Haiman
In the proceedings of "Black Hole Astrophysics 2004", Pohang, S. Korea, July 2003,
Journal of the Korean Physical Society (Special Issue), Vol.45, S1818 (2004)
26. The Grism Spectroscopy of the Hubble Ultra Deep Fields
Xu, C., Malhotra, S., Rhoads, J., et al.,
Bull. American Astron. Soc., meeting 204, 43.08 (2004)
25. Formation of the First Massive Stars and the Reionization History of the Universe
Z. Haiman
In the proceedings of "JENAM 2003", Budapest, Hungary, August 2003,
Baltic Astronomy, 13, 341-349 (2004)
24. Gamma-Ray Bursts a Probe of the Epoch of Reionization
D. Q. Lamb & Z. Haiman
American Astronomical Society, HEAD meeting #7, #16.15 (2003)
23. APPLES: The ACS Pure Parallel Lyman-alpha Emission Survey
J. E. Rhoads et al.
Bull. American Astron. Soc., meeting 201, 52.21 (2002)
22. Studying Dark Energy with Galaxy Cluster Surveys
J. J. Mohr, B. OShea, A. E. Evrard, J. Bialek, & Z. Haiman
In the Proceedings of "Dark Matter 2002", Marina Del Rey, CA, February 2002
21. The Assembly of the First Galaxies
Z. Haiman
In the Proceedings of the ESO Astrophysics Symposia
"The Mass of Galaxies at Low and High Redshift", Venice, Italy, October 2001
R. Bender and A. Renzini, eds
20. What does the local black hole mass distribution tell us about the evolution of the quasar luminosity function?
L. Ciotti, Z. Haiman, and J.P. Ostriker
In the Proceedings of the ESO Astrophysics Symposia
"The Mass of Galaxies at Low and High Redshift", Venice, Italy, October 2001
R. Bender and A. Renzini, eds
19. Warm Dark Matter, Small Scale Crisis, and the High Redshift Universe
Z. Haiman, R. Barkana, and J.P. Ostriker
In the Proceedings of the 20th Texas Symposium
on Relativistic Astrophysics, Austin, Texas, December 2000,
AIP Conf. Procs, vol.586, Eds. J. C. Wheeler and H Martel, p.136 (2001)
18. Clusters in the Precision Cosmology Era
Z. Haiman, G. P. Holder, and J. J. Mohr
In the Proceedings of the 20th Texas Symposium
on Relativistic Astrophysics, Austin, Texas, December 2000,
AIP Conf. Procs, vol.586, Eds. J. C. Wheeler and H Martel, p.303 (2001)
17. Constraints on Omega_m and Omega_Lambda from Future Cluster Surveys
G. P. Holder, Z. Haiman, and J. J. Mohr
In the Proceedings of the 20th Texas Symposium
on Relativistic Astrophysics, Austin, Texas, December 2000,
AIP Conf. Procs, vol.586, Eds. J. C. Wheeler and H Martel, p.303 (2001)
16. Probing the End of the Dark Age: Quasar Strömgren Spheres Before Cosmological Reionization
Z. Haiman and R. Cen
The Physics of Galaxy Formation, Tsukuba, Japan, July 2000.
15. Galaxy Cluster Baryon Fractions, Cluster Surveys and Cosmology
J. J. Mohr, Z. Haiman and G. Holder
7th International Symposium on Particles, Strings and Cosmology (PASCOS99), Lake Tahoe, CA, December 1999.
14. Radiative Feedback from the First Objects and the End of the Cosmological Dark Age
Z. Haiman
Millennium Morphology Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 1999.
13. Probing the Cosmic Dark Age in X-rays
Z. Haiman
X-ray Astronomy 1999, Bologna, Italy, September 1999.
12. The Radiative Feedback of the First Cosmological Objects and the End of the Dark Age
Z. Haiman
The First Stars Workshop, ESO, Garching, Germany, August 1999.
11. Submillimeter Sources: Dusty Starbursts or Dusty AGNs?
A. Cooray and Z. Haiman
Bull. American Astron. Soc., vol. 31, p. 857 (1999)
10. The First Stars and Mini-Quasars
Z. Haiman
In the Proceedings of the 19th Texas Symposium
on Relativistic Astrophysics, Paris, France, December 1998.
9. Models for High-Redshift Lyman Alpha Emitters
Z. Haiman and M. Spaans
9th Annual October Astrophysics Conference, Maryland, October 1998.
8. Empirical Constraints on the First Stars and Quasars
Z. Haiman and A. Loeb
9th Annual October Astrophysics Conference, Maryland, October 1998.
7. Formation of the First Stars and Quasars
Z. Haiman
Invited talk at the 32nd COSPAR Assembly, Nagoya, Japan, July 1998
6. Formation and Signatures of the First Stars and Quasars
Z. Haiman
Bull. American Astron. Soc., vol. 192, p. 6209 (1998)
5. Formation and Signatures of the First Stars and Quasars
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
in "Molecular Hydrogen in the Early Universe",
Proceedings of the Workshop held in Firenze, December, 1997
eds. E. Corbelli, D. Galli and F. Palla
4. Signatures of the First Stars in the Universe
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
In "Structure and Evolution of the IGM from QSO Absorption Line Systems",
Proceedings of the 13th IAP Colloquium, Paris, 1997
3. Detection of the First Star Clusters With NGST
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
Proceedings of "Science with the Next Generation
Space Telescope", eds. E.P. Smith and A. Koratkar, Greenbelt, April 1997
2. Formation and Signatures of the First Stars
Z. Haiman & A. Loeb
Proceedings of the 18th Texas Symposium
on Relativistic Astrophysics, Chicago, December 1996.
1. Multicolor optical mosaics of M31.
E. Magnier, Z. Haiman, W. Lewin, P. Schechter, J. van Paradijs, M. van der Klis
Bull. American Astron. Soc., vol. 23, p. 965 (1991)

Selected Talks

1. Cosmology with Galaxy Clusters
Opening talk at SZ Cluster Survey Workshop, University of Chicago, September, 2003
2. How Will We Determine the Reionization History of the Universe?
Opening talk at Reionization Workshop, Tucson, University of Arizona, March, 2003
3. Probing the End of the Cosmological Dark Ages
Colloquium at MIT, December, 2001
4. Constraints on Cosmological Parameters from Cluster Surveys
Contributed talk at 20th Texas Symposium, Austin, TX, Dec. 14, 2000
5. Constraints on Warm Dark Matter from Cosmological Reionization
Contributed talk at 20th Texas Symposium, Austin, TX, Dec. 15, 2000

PhD Thesis

Here is my PhD thesis as a single (6.6 MB) postscript file. This is 173 pages, in book format for double-sided printing.