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Bergsten, G. J., Pascucci, I., Hardegree-Ullman, K. K., Fernandes, R. B., Christiansen, J. L., & Mulders, G. D. (2023). No Evidence for More Earth-sized Planets in the Habitable Zone of Kepler's M versus FGK Stars. Astron. J., 166(6), 234.
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Bergsten, G. J., Pascucci, I., Mulders, G. D., Fernandes, R. B., & Koskinen, T. T. (2022). The Demographics of Kepler's Earths and Super-Earths into the Habitable Zone. Astron. J., 164(5), 190.
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Fernandes, R. B., Hardegree-Ullman, K. K., Pascucci, I., Bergsten, G. J., Mulders, G. D., Cunha, K., et al. (2023). Using Photometrically Derived Properties of Young Stars to Refine TESS's Transiting Young Planet Survey Completeness. Astron. J., 166(4), 175.
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Fernandes, R. B., Mulders, G. D., Pascucci, I., Bergsten, G. J., Koskinen, T. T., Hardegree-Ullman, K. K., et al. (2022). pterodactyls: A Tool to Uniformly Search and Vet for Young Transiting Planets in TESS Primary Mission Photometry. Astron. J., 164(3), 78.
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Mulders, G. D., Drazkowska, J., van der Marel, N., Ciesla, F. J., & Pascucci, I. (2021). Why Do M Dwarfs Have More Transiting Planets? Astrophys. J. Lett., 920(1), L1.
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Mulders, G. D., Pascucci, I., Ciesla, F. J., & Fernandes, R. B. (2021). The Mass Budgets and Spatial Scales of Exoplanet Systems and Protoplanetary Disks. Astrophys. J., 920(2), 66.
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