Joop Schaye's Publications


Refereed Journals:

  1. The mean free path of hydrogen ionizing photons during the epoch of reionization.
    Alireza Rahmati, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted   arXiv:1708.04238 

  2. Tidal dwarf galaxies in cosmological simulations.
    Sylvia Ploeckinger, Kuldeep Sharma, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Christopher Barber.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted  

  3. The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey: VIII. Extended Lyman α haloes around high-z star-forming galaxies.
    Floriane Leclercq, Roland Bacon, Lutz Wisotzki, et al.
    2017, A&A, submitted  

  4. The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey VI: The faint-end of the Lyα luminosity function at 2.91 < z < 6.64 and implications for reionisation.
    A. B. Drake, T. Garel, F. Leclercq, et al.
    2017, A&A, submitted  

  5. Apparent cores and non-circular motions in the HI discs of simulated galaxies.
    Kyle A. Oman, Antonino Marasco, Julio F. Navarro, Carlos S. Frenk, Joop Schaye, Alejandro Benítez-Llambay.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted   arXiv:1706.07478 

  6. The MUSE-Wide Survey: A measurement of the Lyα emitting fraction among z > 3 galaxies.
    Joseph Caruana, Lutz Wisotzki, Edmund Christian Herenz, et al.
    2017, MNRAS submitted  

  7. Stacking the cosmic web in fluorescent Lyα emission with MUSE.
    Sofia G. Gallego, Sebastiano Cantalupo, Simon Lilly, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted   arXiv:1706.03785 

  8. The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey: III. Testing photometric redshifts to 30th magnitude.
    J. Brinchmann, H. Inami, R. Bacon, et al.
    2017, A&A, submitted  

  9. Flickering AGN can explain the strong circumgalactic O VI observed by COS-Halos.
    Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Marijke C. Segers, Joop Schaye, Alexander J. Richings, Robert A. Crain.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted   arXiv:1705.07897 

  10. The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey: V. Spatially resolved stellar kinematics of galaxies at redshift 0.2 ≲ z ≲ 0.8.
    Adrien Guérou, Davor Krajnović, Benoit Epinat, et al.
    2017, A&A, submitted  

  11. The formation of hot gaseous haloes around galaxies.
    Camila A. Correa, Joop Schaye, J. Stuart B. Wyithe, Alan R. Duffy, Tom Theuns, Robert A. Crain, Richard G. Bower.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted  

  12. Reducing biases on H0 measurements using strong lensing and galaxy dynamics: results from the EAGLE simulation.
    Amitpal S. Tagore, David J. Barnes, Neal Jackson, Scott T. Kay, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted   arXiv:1706.07733 

  13. The SAMI Galaxy Survey: understanding observations of large-scale outflows at low redshift with EAGLE simulations.
    E. Tescari, L. Cortese, C. Power, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, submitted  

  14. Galaxy metallicity scaling relations in the EAGLE simulations.
    M. E. De Rossi, R. G. Bower, A. S. Font, J. Schaye, T. Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, in press   arXiv:1704.00006 

  15. The relation between galaxy morphology and colour in the EAGLE simulation.
    Camila A. Correa, Joop Schaye, Bart Clauwens, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns, Adrien C. R. Thob.
    2017, MNRAS, in press   arXiv:1704.06283 

  16. The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey: II. Spectroscopic redshift and comparisons to color selections of high redshift galaxies.
    H. Inami, R. Bacon, J. Brinchmann, et al.
    2017, A&A, in press  

  17. The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey: I. Survey description, data reduction and source detection.
    Roland Bacon, Simon Conseil, David Mary, et al.
    2017, A&A, in press  

  18. Discovery of an HI-rich reservoir in the outskirts of SZ-effect selected clusters.
    Sowgat Muzahid, Jane Charlton, Daisuke Nagai, Joop Schaye, Raghunathan Srianand.
    2017, ApJL, in press   arXiv:1708.02600 

  19. The MUSE-Wide survey: Detection of a clustering signal from Lymanα-emitters at 3 < z < 6.
    C. Diener, L. Wisotzki, K. B. Schmidt, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, in press   arXiv:1707.01109 

  20. The MUSE-Wide Survey: A first catalogue of 831 emission line galaxies.
    Edmund Christian Herenz, Tanya Urrutia, Lutz Wisotzki, et al.
    2017, A&A, in press   arXiv:1705.08215 

  21. Galaxy-galaxy lensing in EAGLE: comparison with data from 180 deg2 of the KiDS and GAMA surveys.
    Marco Velliscig, Marcello Cacciato, Henk Hoekstra, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, 2856   ADS  arXiv:1612.04825 

  22. The Cluster-EAGLE project: global properties of simulated clusters with resolved galaxies.
    David J. Barnes, Scott T. Kay, Yannick M. Bahé, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, 1088   ADS  arXiv:1703.10907 

  23. Metals in the circumgalactic medium are out of ionization equilibrium due to fluctuating active galactic nuclei.
    Marijke C. Segers, Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Joop Schaye, Alexander J. Richings.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, 1026   ADS  arXiv:1704.05470 

  24. A comparison of observed and simulated absorption from HI, CIV, and SiIV around z ≈ 2 star-forming galaxies suggests redshift-space distortions are due to inflows.
    Monica L. Turner, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Gwen Rudi, Charles C. Steidel, Allison Strom, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, 690   ADS  arXiv:1703.00086 

  25. MUSE deep-fields: the Ly α luminosity function in the Hubble Deep Field-South at 2.91 < z < 6.64.
    Alyssa B. Drake, Bruno Guiderdoni, Jérémy Blaizot, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, 267   ADS  arXiv:1609.02920 

  26. The separate and combined effects of baryon physics and neutrino free streaming on large-scale structure.
    Benjamin O. Mummery, Ian G. McCarthy, Simeon Bird, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, 227   ADS  arXiv:1702.02064 

  27. The Hydrangea simulations: galaxy formation in and around massive clusters.
    Yannick M. Bahé, David J. Barnes, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 470, 4186   ADS  arXiv:1703.10610 

  28. On the galaxy-halo connection in the EAGLE simulation.
    Harry Desmond, Yao-Yuan Mao, Risa H. Wechsler, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, 471, L11   ADS  arXiv:1612.01029 

  29. Optical colours and spectral indices of z = 0.1 EAGLE galaxies with the 3D dust radiative transfer code SKIRT.
    James W. Trayford, Peter Camps, Tom Theuns, Maarten Baes, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Madusha L. P. Gunawardhana, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Carlos S. Frenk.
    2017, MNRAS, 470, 771   ADS  arXiv:1705.02331 

  30. Barred galaxies in the EAGLE cosmological hydrodynamical simulation.
    David G. Algorry, Julio F. Navarro, Mario G. Abadi, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 469, 1054   ADS  arXiv:1609.05909 

  31. The average structural evolution of massive galaxies can be reliably estimated using cumulative galaxy number densities.
    Bart Clauwens, Allison Hill, Marijn Franx, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, 69, L58   ADS  arXiv:1703.02568 

  32. Properties of Local Group galaxies in hydrodynamical simulations of sterile neutrino dark matter cosmologies.
    Mark R. Lovell, Sownak Bose, Alexey Boyarsky, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 468, 4285   ADS  arXiv:1611.00010 

  33. Mass-discrepancy acceleration relation: a natural outcome of galaxy formation in cold dark matter halos.
    Aaron D. Ludlow, Alejandro Benítez-Llambay, Matthieu Schaller, et al.
    2017, Physical Review Letters, 118, 161103   ADS  arXiv:1610.07663 

  34. The link between galaxy and black hole growth in the eagle simulation.
    Stuart McAlpine, Richard G. Bower, Chris M. Harrison, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 468, 3395   ADS  arXiv:1701.01122 

  35. Winds of change: reionization by starburst galaxies.
    Mahavir Sharma, Tom Theuns, Carlos Frenk, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, 468, 2176   ADS  arXiv:1606.08688 

  36. How to get cool in the heat: comparing analytic models of halo gas cooling with EAGLE.
    Adam R. H. Stevens, Claudia del P. Lagos, Sergio Contreras, Darren J. Croton, Nelson D. Padilla, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 467, 2066   ADS  arXiv:1608.04389 

  37. Angular momentum evolution of galaxies over the past 10 Gyr: A MUSE and KMOS dynamical survey of 400 star-forming galaxies from z = 0.3-1.7.
    A. M. Swinbank, C. M. Harrison, J. Trayford, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 467, 3140   ADS  arXiv:1701.07448 

  38. The scatter and evolution of the global hot gas properties of simulated galaxy cluster populations.
    Amandine M. C. Le Brun, Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye, Trevor J. Ponman.
    2017, MNRAS, 466, 4442   ADS  arXiv:1606.04545 

  39. Upper limits on the 21 cm epoch of reionization power spectrum from one night with LOFAR.
    A. H. Patil, S. Yatawatta, L. V. E. Koopmans, et al.
    2017, ApJ, 838, 65   ADS  arXiv:1702.08679 

  40. The environmental dependence of gas accretion on to galaxies: quenching satellites through starvation.
    Freeke van de Voort, Yannick M. Bahé, Richard G. Bower, Camila A. Correa, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 466, 3460   ADS  arXiv:1611.03870 

  41. The Aurora radiation-hydrodynamical simulations of reionization: calibration and first results.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Alireza Rahmati, Joop Schaye, Myoungwon Jeon, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2017, MNRAS, 466, 960   ADS  arXiv:1603.00034 

  42. Snap, crackle, pop: sub-grid supernova feedback in AMR simulations of disc galaxies.
    Joakim Rosdahl, Joop Schaye, Yohan Dubois, Taysun Kimm, Romain Teyssier.
    2017, MNRAS, 466, 11   ADS  arXiv:1609.01296 

  43. The properties of "dark" ΛCDM haloes in the Local Group.
    Alejandro Benítez-Llambay, Julio F. Navarro, Carlos S. Frenk, Till Sawala, Kyle Oman, Azadey Fattahi, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Rob Crain, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 3913   ADS  arXiv:1609.01301 

  44. The impact of baryons on massive galaxy clusters: halo structure and cluster mass estimates.
    Monique A. Henson, David J. Barnes, Scott T. Kay, Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 3361   ADS  arXiv:1607.08550 

  45. The BAHAMAS project: Calibrated hydrodynamical simulations for large-scale structure cosmology.
    Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye, Simeon Bird, Amandine M. C. Le Brun.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 2936   ADS  arXiv:1603.02702 

  46. The origin of scatter in the stellar mass-halo mass relation of central galaxies in the EAGLE simulation.
    Jorryt Matthee, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Richard Bower, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 2381   ADS  arXiv:1608.08218 

  47. The oldest and most pristine stars in the APOSTLE Local Group simulations.
    Else Starkenburg, Kyle A. Oman, Julio F. Navarro, Robert A. Crain, Azadeh Fattahi, Carlos S. Frenk, Till Sawala, Joop Schaye.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 2212   ADS  arXiv:1609.05214 

  48. Size evolution of normal and compact galaxies in the EAGLE simulation.
    M. Furlong, R. G. Bower, R. A. Crain, J. Schaye, T. Theuns, J. M. Trayford,Y. Qu, M. Schaller, M. Berthet, J. C. Helly.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 722   ADS  arXiv:1510.05645 

  49. The redshift evolution of massive galaxy clusters in the MACSIS simulations.
    David J. Barnes, Scott T. Kay, Monique A. Henson, Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye, Adrian Jenkins.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 213   ADS  arXiv:1607.04569 

  50. The dark nemesis of galaxy formation: why hot haloes trigger black hole growth and bring star formation to an end.
    Richard G. Bower, Joop Schaye, Carlos S. Frenk, Tom Theuns, Matthieu Schaller, Robert A. Crain, Stuart McAlpine.
    2017, MNRAS, 465, 32   ADS  arXiv:1607.07445 

  51. Size matters: abundance matching, galaxy sizes, and the Tully-Fisher relation in EAGLE.
    Ismael Ferrero, Julio F. Navarro, Mario G. Abadi, Laura V. Sales, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Carlos S. Frenk, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2017, MNRAS, 464, 4736   ADS  arXiv:1607.03100 

  52. The EAGLE simulations: atomic hydrogen associated with galaxies.
    Robert A. Crain, Yannick M. Bahé, Claudia del P. Lagos, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 464, 4204   ADS  arXiv:1604.06803 

  53. The low-mass end of the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation.
    Laura V. Sales, Julio F. Navarro, Kyle Oman, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 464, 2419   ADS  arXiv:1602.02155 

  54. A chronicle of galaxy mass assembly in the EAGLE simulation.
    Yan Qu, John C. Helly, Richard G. Bower, et al.
    2017, MNRAS, 464, 1659   ADS  arXiv:1609.07243 

  55. The origin of the enhanced metallicity of satellite galaxies.
    Yannick M. Bahé, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Ian G. McCarthy, Richard G. Bower, Tom Theuns, Sean L. McGee, James W. Trayford.
    2017, MNRAS, 464, 508   ADS  arXiv:1609.03379 

  56. MUSE gas flow and wind (MEGAFLOW) I: First MUSE results on background quasars.
    I. Schroetter, N. Bouché, M. Wendt, et al.
    2016, ApJ, 833, 39   ADS  arXiv:1605.03412 

  57. Being WISE II: Reducing the influence of star formation history on the mass-to-light ratio of quiescent galaxies.
    Mark A. Norris, Glenn van de Ven, Eva Schinnerer, et al.
    2016, ApJ, 832, 198   ADS  arXiv:1608.07584 

  58. Ubiquitous giant Lyman α nebulae around the brightest quasars at z ~ 3.5 revealed with MUSE.
    Elena Borisova, Sebastiano Cantalupo, Simon J. Lilly, et al.
    2016, ApJ, 831, 39   ADS  arXiv:1605.01422 

  59. Music from the heavens - gravitational waves from supermassive black hole mergers in the EAGLE simulations.
    Jaime Salcido, Richard G. Bower, Tom Theuns, Stuart McAlpine, Matthieu Schaller, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, John Regan
    2016, MNRAS, 463, 870   ADS  arXiv:1601.06156 

  60. A large difference in the progenitor masses of active and passive galaxies in the EAGLE simulation.
    Bart Clauwens, Marijn Franx, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 463, L1   ADS  arXiv:1605.00009 

  61. Cosmology with velocity dispersion counts: an alternative to measuring cluster halo masses.
    C. E. Caldwell, I. G. McCarthy, I. K. Baldry, C. A. Collins, J. Schaye, S. Bird.
    2016, MNRAS, 462, 4117   ADS  arXiv:1602.00611 

  62. Implications of a variable IMF for the interpretation of observations of galaxy populations.
    Bart Clauwens, Joop Schaye, Marijn Franx.
    2016, MNRAS, 462, 2832   ADS  arXiv:1603.05281 

  63. Observations of metals in the z ≈ 3.5 intergalactic medium and comparison to the EAGLE simulations.
    Monica L. Turner, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Tom Theuns, Martin Wendt.
    2016, MNRAS, 462, 2440   ADS  arXiv:1605.08700 

  64. Far-infrared and dust properties of present-day galaxies in the EAGLE simulations.
    Peter Camps, James W. Trayford, Maarten Baes, Tom Theuns, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 462, 1057   ADS  arXiv:1607.04402 

  65. Supermassive black holes in the EAGLE Universe. Revealing the observables of their growth.
    Yetli Rosas-Guevara, Richard G. Bower, Joop Schaye, Stuart McAlpine, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Carlos S. Frenk, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 462, 190   ADS  arXiv:1604.00020 

  66. Galaxies in the EAGLE hydrodynamical simulation and in the Durham and Munich semi-analytical models.
    Quan Guo, Violeta Gonzalez-Perez, Qi Guo, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 461, 3457   ADS  arXiv:1512.00015 

  67. The origin of the α-enhancement of massive galaxies.
    Marijke C. Segers, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 461, L102   ADS  arXiv:1603.05653 

  68. The effect of baryons on redshift space distortions and cosmic density and velocity fields in the EAGLE simulation.
    Wojciech A. Hellwing, Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain.
    2016, MNRAS, 461, L11   ADS  arXiv:1603.03328 

  69. The environmental dependence of HI in galaxies in the EAGLE simulations.
    Antonino Marasco, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Yannick Bahé, Thijs van der Hulst, Tom Theuns, Richard G. Bower.
    2016, MNRAS, 461, 2630   ADS  arXiv:1606.06288 

  70. The link between the assembly of the inner dark matter halo and the angular momentum evolution of galaxies in the EAGLE simulation.
    Jesús Zavala, Carlos S. Frenk, Richard Bower, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Robert A. Crain, James W. Trayford, Matthieu Schaller, Michelle Furlong.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 4466   ADS  arXiv:1512.02636 

  71. It's not easy being green: the evolution of galaxy colour in the EAGLE simulation.
    James W. Trayford, Tom Theuns, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Claudia del P. Lagos, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 3925   ADS  arXiv:1601.07907 

  72. Alignments between galaxies, satellite systems and haloes.
    Shi Shao, Marius Cautun, Carlos S. Frenk, Liang Gao, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 3772   ADS  arXiv:1605.01728 

  73. Subhalo abundance matching and assembly bias in the EAGLE simulation.
    Jonás Chaves-Montero, Raul E. Angulo, Joop Schaye, Matthieu Schaller, Robert A. Crain, Michelle Furlong, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 3100   ADS  arXiv:1507.01948 

  74. Chemical evolution of giant molecular clouds in simulations of galaxies.
    Alexander J. Richings, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 2297   ADS  arXiv:1604.01035 

  75. Bimodality of low-redshift circumgalactic O VI in non-equilibrium eagle zoom simulations.
    Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Alireza Rahmati, Alexander J. Richings, James W. Trayford, Jason Tumlinson, Richard G. Bower, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 2157   ADS  arXiv:1603.05984 

  76. Deep MUSE observations in the HDFS. Morpho-kinematics of distant star-forming galaxies down to 108 M.
    T. Contini, B. Epinat, N. Bouché, et al.
    2016, A&A, 591, A49   ADS  arXiv:1512.00246 

  77. The origin of compact galaxies with anomalously high black hole masses.
    Christopher Barber, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 1147   ADS  arXiv:1602.04819 

  78. On the connection between the metal-enriched intergalactic medium and galaxies: an OVI-galaxy cross-correlation study at z < 1.
    Charles W. Finn, Simon L. Morris, Nicolas Tejos, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 460, 590   ADS  arXiv:1604.02150 

  79. nIFTy galaxy cluster simulations - II. Radiative models.
    Federico Sembolini, Pascal Jahan Elahi, Frazer R. Pearce, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 459, 2973   ADS  arXiv:1511.03731 

  80. The fundamental plane of star formation in galaxies revealed by the EAGLE hydrodynamical simulations.
    Claudia del P. Lagos, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Michelle Furlong, Richard G. Bower, Matthieu Schaller, Robert A. Crain, James W. Trayford, Jorryt Matthee.
    2016, MNRAS, 459, 2632   ADS  arXiv:1510.08067 

  81. Cosmic distribution of highly ionized metals and their physical conditions in the EAGLE simulations.
    Alireza Rahmati, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 459, 310   ADS  arXiv:1511.01094 

  82. The brighter galaxies reionised the Universe.
    Mahavir Sharma, Tom Theuns, Carlos S. Frenk, Richard Bower, Robert A. Crain, Matthieu Schaller, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 458, L94   ADS  arXiv:1512.04537 

  83. The effects of metallicity, UV radiation and non-equilibrium chemistry in high-resolution simulations of galaxies.
    Alexander J. Richings, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 458, 270   ADS  arXiv:1506.08829 

  84. Simulated Milky Way analogues: implications for dark matter direct searches.
    Nassim Bozorgnia, Francesca Calore, Matthieu Schaller, Mark Lovell, Gianfranco Bertone, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Julio F. Navarro, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns
    2016, JCAP, 5, 24   ADS  arXiv:1601.04707 

  85. nIFTy galaxy cluster simulations I: dark matter & non-radiative models.
    Federico Sembolini, Gustavo Yepes, Frazer R. Pearce, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 457, 4063   ADS  arXiv:1503.06065 

  86. The APOSTLE simulations: solutions to the Local Group's cosmic puzzles.
    Till Sawala, Carlos S. Frenk, Azadeh Fattahi, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 457, 1931   ADS  arXiv:1511.01098 

  87. Possible Signatures of a Cold-flow Disk from MUSE Using a z ~ 1 Galaxy-Quasar Pair toward SDSS J1422-0001.
    N. Bouché, H. Finley, I. Schroetter, et al.
    2016, ApJ, 820, 121   ADS  arXiv:1601.07567 

  88. The EAGLE simulation of galaxy formation: public release of halo and galaxy catalogues.
    Stuart McAlpine, John C. Helly, Matthieu Schaller, et al.
    2016, Astronomy & Computing, 15, 72   ADS  arXiv:1510.01320 

  89. The APOSTLE project: Local Group kinematic mass constraints and simulation candidate selection.
    Azadeh Fattahi, Julio F. Navarro, Till Sawala, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 457, 844   ADS  arXiv:1507.03643 

  90. Extended Lyman α haloes around individual high-redshift galaxies revealed by MUSE.
    L. Wisotzki, R. Bacon, J. Blaizot, J. Brinchmann, E. C. Herenz, J. Schaye, et al.
    2016, A&A, 587, A98   ADS  arXiv:1509.05143 

  91. Recycled stellar ejecta as fuel for star formation and implications for the origin of the galaxy mass-metallicity relation.
    Marijke C. Segers, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, Michelle Furlong, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2016, MNRAS, 456, 1235   ADS  arXiv:1507.08281 

  92. The distribution of atomic hydrogen in EAGLE galaxies: morphologies, profiles, and HI holes.
    Yannick M. Bahé, Robert A. Crain, Guinevere Kauffmann, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 456, 1115   ADS  arXiv:1511.04909 

  93. Simulated Milky Way analogues: implications for dark matter indirect searches.
    Francesca Calore, Nassim Bozorgnia, Mark Lovell, Gianfranco Bertone, Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, James W. Trayford
    2016, JCAP, 12, 053   ADS  arXiv:1509.02164 

  94. The chosen few: the low mass haloes that host faint galaxies.
    Till Sawala, Carlos S. Frenk, Azadeh Fattahi, et al.
    2016, MNRAS, 456, 85   ADS  arXiv:1406.6362 

  95. Dark matter annihilation radiation in hydrodynamic simulations of Milky Way haloes.
    Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Tom Theuns, Francesca Calore, Gianfranco Bertone, Nassim Bozorgnia, Robert A. Crain, Azadeh Fattahi, Julio F. Navarro, Till Sawala, Joop Schaye.
    2016, MNRAS, 455, 4442   ADS  arXiv:1509.02166 

  96. Intrinsic alignments of galaxies in the EAGLE and cosmo-OWLS simulations.
    Marco Velliscig, Marcello Cacciato, Joop Schaye, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 454, 3328   ADS  arXiv:1507.06996 

  97. The EAGLE simulations of galaxy formation: the importance of the hydrodynamics scheme.
    Matthieu Schaller, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, Tom Theuns, Robert A. Crain, Michelle Furlong, Ian G. McCarthy.
    2015, MNRAS, 454, 2277   ADS  arXiv:1509.05056 

  98. The impact of angular momentum on black hole accretion rates in simulations of galaxy formation.
    Y. M. Rosas-Guevara, R. G. Bower, J. Schaye, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 454, 1038   ADS  arXiv:1312.0598 

  99. The alignment and shape of dark matter, stellar, and hot gas distributions in the EAGLE and cosmo-OWLS simulations.
    Marco Velliscig, Marcello Cacciato, Joop Schaye, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 453, 721   ADS  arXiv:1504.04025 

  100. Simulating the 21cm forest detectable with LOFAR and SKA in the spectra of high-z GRBs.
    B. Ciardi, S. Inoue, F. B. Abdalla, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 453, 101   ADS  arXiv:1504.07448 

  101. Molecular hydrogen abundances of galaxies in the EAGLE simulations.
    Claudia del P. Lagos, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 3815   ADS  arXiv:1503.04807 

  102. The unexpected diversity of dwarf galaxy rotation curves.
    Kyle A. Oman, Julio F. Navarro, Azadeh Fattahi, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 3650   ADS  arXiv:1504.01437 

  103. Colours and luminosities of z = 0.1 galaxies in the EAGLE simulations.
    James W. Trayford, Tom Theuns, Richard G. Bower, Joop Schaye, Michelle Furlong, Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Ian G. McCarthy.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 2879   ADS  arXiv:1504.04374 

  104. The contributions of matter inside and outside of haloes to the matter power spectrum.
    Marcel P. van Daalen, Joop Schaye.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 2247   ADS  arXiv:1501.05950 

  105. The distribution of neutral hydrogen around high-redshift galaxies and quasars in the EAGLE simulation.
    Alireza Rahmati, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, Robert A. Crain, Michelle Furlong, Matthieu Schaller, Tom Theuns.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 2034   ADS  arXiv:1503.05553 

  106. The accretion history of dark matter halos - III. A physical model for the concentration-mass relation.
    Camila A. Correa, J. Stuart B. Wyithe, Joop Schaye, Alan R. Duffy.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 1217   ADS  arXiv:1502.00391 

  107. The effect of baryons on the inner density profiles of rich clusters.
    Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Richard G. Bower, Tom Theuns, James Trayford, Robert A. Crain, Michelle Furlong, Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, I. G. McCarthy.
    2015, MNRAS, 452, 343   ADS  arXiv:1409.8297 

  108. Galaxies that shine: radiation-hydrodynamical simulations of disc galaxies.
    Joakim Rosdahl, Joop Schaye, Romain Teyssier, Oscar Agertz.
    2015, MNRAS, 451, 34 ADS  arXiv:1501.04632 

  109. Polarization leakage in Epoch of Reionization windows: I. LOFAR observations of the 3C196 field.
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    2015, MNRAS, 451, 3709   ADS  arXiv:1503.01644 

  110. Spatially adaptive radiation-hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy formation during cosmological reionization.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia
    2015, MNRAS, 451, 1586   ADS  arXiv:1501.01980 

  111. Baryon effects on the internal structure of ΛCDM haloes in the EAGLE simulations.
    Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Richard G. Bower, Tom Theuns, Adrian Jenkins, Joop Schaye, Robert A. Crain, Michelle Furlong, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, I. G. McCarthy.
    2015, MNRAS, 451, 1247   ADS  arXiv:1409.8617 

  112. Evolution of galaxy stellar masses and star formation rates in the EAGLE simulations.
    M. Furlong, R. G. Bower, T. Theuns, J. Schaye, R. A. Crain, M. Schaller, C. Dalla Vecchia, C. S. Frenk, I. G. McCarthy, J. Helly, A. Jenkins, Y. M. Rosas-Guevara.
    2015, MNRAS, 450, 4486   ADS  arXiv:1410.3485 

  113. Detection of hot, metal-enriched outflowing gas around z = 2.3 star-forming galaxies in the Keck Baryonic Structure Survey.
    Monica L. Turner, Joop Schaye, Charles C. Steidel, Gwen C. Rudie, Allison L. Strom.
    2015, MNRAS, 450, 2067   ADS  arXiv:1410.8214 

  114. The EAGLE simulations of galaxy formation: calibration of subgrid physics and model variations.
    Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Richard G. Bower, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 450, 1937   ADS  arXiv:1501.01311 

  115. The accretion history of dark matter haloes - II. The connections with the mass power spectrum and the density profile.
    Camila A. Correa, J. Stuart B. Wyithe, Joop Schaye, Alan R. Duffy.
    2015, MNRAS, 450, 1521   ADS  arXiv:1501.04382 

  116. The accretion history of dark matter haloes - I. The physical origin of the universal function.
    Camila A. Correa, J. Stuart B. Wyithe, Joop Schaye, Alan R. Duffy.
    2015, MNRAS, 450, 1514   ADS  arXiv:1409.5228 

  117. The broadening of Lyman-α forest absorption lines.
    Antonella Garzilli, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye.
    2015, MNRAS, 450, 1465   ADS  arXiv:1502.05715 

  118. Is the evidence for a variable initial mass function from ATLAS3D robust?
    Bart Clauwens, Joop Schaye, Marijn Franx.
    2015, MNRAS, 449, 4091   ADS  arXiv:1406.0854 

  119. Bent by baryons: the low-mass galaxy-halo relation.
    Till Sawala, Carlos S. Frenk, Azadeh Fattahi, et al.
    2015, MNRAS, 448, 2941   ADS  arXiv:1404.3724 

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  121. The EAGLE project: Simulating the evolution and assembly of galaxies and their environments.
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    2015, MNRAS, 446, 521   ADS  arXiv:1407.7040 

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    2015, MNRAS, 446, L16   ADS  arXiv:1409.2488 

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    Monica L. Turner, Joop Schaye, Charles C. Steidel, Gwen C. Rudie, Allison L. Strom.
    2014, MNRAS, 445, 794   ADS  arXiv:1403.0942 

  124. The clustering of baryonic matter. II: halo model and hydrodynamic simulations
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    2014, JCAP, 8, 28   ADS  arXiv:1406.5013 

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    2014, MNRAS, 443, 1113   ADS  arXiv:1401.4172 

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    2014, MNRAS, 442, 2780   ADS  arXiv:1403.6155 

  127. The impact of galaxy formation on the total mass, profiles and abundance of haloes.
    Marco Velliscig, Marcel P. van Daalen, Joop Schaye, Ian G. McCarthy, Marcello Cacciato, Amandine M. C. Le Brun, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2014, MNRAS, 442, 2641   ADS  arXiv:1402.4461 

  128. Towards a realistic population of simulated galaxy groups and clusters.
    Amandine M. C. Le Brun, Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye, Trevor J. Ponman.
    2014, MNRAS, 441, 1270   ADS  arXiv:1312.5462 

  129. The thermal Sunyaev Zel'dovich effect power spectrum in light of Planck.
    I. G. McCarthy, A. M. C. Le Brun, J. Schaye, G. P. Holder.
    2014, MNRAS, 440, 3645   ADS  arXiv:1312.5341 

  130. Non-equilibrium chemistry and cooling in the diffuse interstellar medium - I. Optically thin regime.
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    2014, MNRAS, 440, 3349   ADS  arXiv:1401.4719 

  131. The impact of baryonic processes on the two-point correlation functions of galaxies, subhaloes and matter.
    Marcel P. van Daalen, Joop Schaye, Ian G. McCarthy, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2014, MNRAS, 440, 2997   ADS  arXiv:1310.7571 

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    Alireza Rahmati, Joop Schaye.
    2014, MNRAS, 438, 529   ADS  arXiv:1310.3317 

  133. The effect of recombination radiation on the temperature and ionization state of partially ionized gas.
    Milan Raičević, Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye, Alireza Rahmati.
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 2816   ADS  arXiv:1311.0182 

  134. On the connection between the intergalactic medium and galaxies: The HI-galaxy cross-correlation at z<1.
    Nicolas Tejos, Simon L. Morris, Charles W. Finn, et al.
    2014, MNRAS, 437, 2017   ADS  arXiv:1309.5950 

  135. The impact of different physical processes on the statistics of Lyman-limit and damped Lyman α absorbers.
    Gabriel Altay, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2013, MNRAS, 436, 2689   ADS  arXiv:1307.6879 

  136. Absorption signatures of warm-hot gas at low redshift: NeVIII.
    Thor Tepper-Garcia, Philipp Richter, Joop Schaye.
    2013, MNRAS, 436, 2063   ADS  arXiv:1303.6281 

  137. Physical properties of simulated galaxy populations at z = 2 - II. Effects of physics ingredients other than cooling and outflows.
    Marcel R. Haas, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Volker Springel, Tom Theuns, Robert P. C. Wiersma.
    2013, MNRAS, 435, 2955   ADS  arXiv:1211.3120 

  138. Physical properties of simulated galaxy populations at z = 2 - I. Effect of metal-line cooling and feedback from star formation and AGN.
    Marcel R. Haas, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Volker Springel, Tom Theuns, Robert P. C. Wiersma.
    2013, MNRAS, 435, 2931   ADS  arXiv:1211.1021 

  139. Probing reionization with LOFAR using 21-cm redshift space distortions.
    Hannes Jensen, Kanan K. Datta, Garrelt Mellema, et al.
    2013, MNRAS, 435, 460   ADS  arXiv:1303.5627 

  140. AGN proximity zone fossils and the delayed recombination of metal lines.
    Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Joop Schaye.
    2013, MNRAS, 434, 1063   ADS  arXiv:1303.0019 

  141. Non-Equilibirum ionisation and cooling of metal-enriched gas in the presence of a photo-ionisation background.
    Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Joop Schaye.
    2013, MNRAS, 434, 1043   ADS  arXiv:1302.5710 

  142. Effect of baryonic feedback on two- and three-point shear statistics: prospects for detection and improved modelling.
    Elisabetta Semboloni, Henk Hoekstra, Joop Schaye.
    2013, MNRAS, 434, 148   ADS  arXiv:1210.7303 

  143. A measurement of galaxy halo mass from the surrounding H I Lyα absorption.
    Olivera Rakic, Joop Schaye, Charles C. Steidel, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Gwen C. Rudie.
    2013, MNRAS, 433, 3103   ADS  arXiv:1306.1563 

  144. A high molecular fraction in a sub-damped absorber at z=0.56.
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    2013, MNRAS, 433, 178   ADS  arXiv:1210.0905 

  145. Enriching the hot circumgalactic medium.
    Robert A. Crain, Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Carlos S. Frenk.
    2013, MNRAS, 432, 3005   ADS  arXiv:1304.4730 

  146. LOFAR insights into the epoch of reionization from the cross power pectrum of 21cm emission and galaxies.
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    2013, MNRAS, 432, 2615   ADS  arXiv:1209.5727 

  147. The interaction between feedback from active galactic nuclei and supernovae.
    C. M. Booth, Joop Schaye.
    2013, Nature Scientific Reports, 1738   ADS  arXiv:1203.3802 

  148. The impact of local stellar radiation on the HI column density distribution.
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    2013, MNRAS, 431, 2261   ADS  arXiv:1301.1978 

  149. The abundance of (not just) dark matter haloes.
    Till Sawala, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Adrian Jenkins, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Jesus Zavala.
    2013, MNRAS, 431, 1366   ADS  arXiv:1206.6495 

  150. How the diffuse Universe cools.
    Serena Bertone, Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye.
    2013, MNRAS, 430, 3292   ADS  arXiv:1301.5330 

  151. The host galaxy response to the afterglow of GRB 100901A: probing the interstellar medium at low spectral resolution.
    Olga E. Hartoog, Klaas Wiersema, Paul M. Vreeswijk, et al.
    2013, MNRAS, 430, 2739   ADS  arXiv:1301.3912 

  152. Soft X-ray and ultra-violet metal-line emission from the gas around galaxies.
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    2013, MNRAS, 430, 2688   ADS  arXiv:1207.5512 

  153. On the evolution of the HI column density distribution in cosmological simulations.
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    2013, MNRAS, 430, 2427   ADS  arXiv:1210.7808 

  154. The impact of baryons on the spins and shapes of dark matter haloes.
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    2013, MNRAS, 429, 3316   ADS  arXiv:1207.4555 

  155. The impact of feedback from galaxy formation on the Lyman-α transmitted flux.
    Matteo Viel, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth.
    2013, MNRAS, 429, 1734   ADS  arXiv:1207.6567 

  156. Initial deep LOFAR observations of Epoch of Reionization windows: I. The North Celestial Pole.
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    2013, MNRAS, 428, 1755   ADS  arXiv:1209.2615 

  158. Cosmic variance and Lyman-α forest statistics.
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    2013, MNRAS, 428, 540   ADS  arXiv:1209.5084 

  159. The LOFAR radio environment.
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    2013, A&A, 549, A11   ADS  arXiv:1210.0393 

  160. Rotation rates, sizes, and star formation efficiencies of a representative population of simulated disc galaxies.
    I. G. McCarthy, J. Schaye, A. S. Font, T. Theuns, C. S. Frenk, R. A. Crain, C. Dalla Vecchia.
    2012, MNRAS, 427, 379   ADS  arXiv:1204.5195 

  161. Simulating galactic outflows with thermal supernova feedback.
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    2012, MNRAS, 426, 140   ADS  arXiv:1203.5667  Videos

  162. Imaging neutral hydrogen on large scales during the Epoch of Reionization with LOFAR.
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    2012, MNRAS, 425, 2964   ADS  arXiv:1205.3449 

  163. ORIGIN: Metal Creation and Evolution from the Cosmic Dawn.
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    2012, Experimental Astronomy, 34, 519   ADS  arXiv:1104.2048

  164. Absorption signatures of warm-hot gas at low redshift: Broad Lyman-alpha Absorbers.
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    2012, MNRAS, 425, 1640   ADS  arXiv:1201.5641 

  165. Properties of gas in and around galaxy haloes.
    Freeke van de Voort, Joop Schaye.
    2012, MNRAS, 423, 2991   ADS  arXiv:1111.5039 

  166. The Aquila comparison project: The effects of feedback and numerical methods on simulations of galaxy formation.
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    2012, MNRAS, 423, 1726   ADS  arXiv:1112.0315 

  167. The origin of disks and spheroids in simulated galaxies.
    Laura V. Sales, Julio F. Navarro, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Simon D. M. White, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2012, MNRAS, 423, 1544   ADS  arXiv:1112.2220 

  168. Neutral hydrogen optical depth near star-forming galaxies at z = 2.4 in the Keck Baryonic Structure Survey.
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    2012, ApJ, 751, 94   ADS  arXiv:1109.4944 

  169. The XMM Cluster Survey: The interplay between the brightest cluster galaxy and the intra-cluster medium via AGN feedback.
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    2012, MNRAS, 422, 2213   ADS  arXiv:1202.3787 

  170. Influence of baryons on the orbital structure of dark matter haloes.
    S. E. Bryan, S. Mao, S. T. Kay, J. Schaye, C. Dalla Vecchia, C. M. Booth.
    2012, MNRAS, 422, 1863   ADS  arXiv:1109.4612 

  171. Hydrodynamical simulations and semi-analytic models of galaxy formation: two sides of the same coin.
    Eyal Neistein, Sadegh Khochfar, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Joop Schaye.
    2012, MNRAS, 421, 3579   ADS  arXiv:1109.4635 

  172. Cold accretion flows and the nature of high column density HI absorption at redshift 3.
    Freeke van de Voort, Joop Schaye, Gabriel Altay, Tom Theuns.
    2012, MNRAS, 421, 2809   ADS  arXiv:1109.5700 

  173. Modelling neutral hydrogen in galaxies using cosmological hydrodynamical simulations.
    Alan R. Duffy, Scott T. Kay, Richard A. Battye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Joop Schaye.
    2012, MNRAS, 420, 2799   ADS  arXiv:1107.3720 

  174. Global structure and kinematics of stellar haloes in cosmological hydrodynamic simulations.
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    2012, MNRAS, 420, 2245   ADS  arXiv:1111.1747 

  175. The filling factor of intergalactic metals at redshift z=3.
    C. M. Booth, Joop Schaye, J. D. Delgado, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2012, MNRAS, 420, 1053   ADS  arXiv:1011.5502 

  176. Disentangling galaxy environment and host halo mass.
    Marcel R. Haas, Joop Schaye, Akila Jeeson-Daniel.
    2012, MNRAS, 419, 2133   ADS  arXiv:1103.0547 

  177. Rest-frame UV line emission from the intergalactic medium at 2 < z < 5.
    Serena Bertone, Joop Schaye.
    2012, MNRAS, 419, 780   ADS  arXiv:1008.1791 

  178. Quantifying the effect of baryon physics on weak lensing tomography.
    Elisabetta Semboloni, Henk Hoekstra, Joop Schaye, Marcel P. van Daalen, Ian G. McCarthy.
    2011, MNRAS, 417, 2020   ADS  arXiv:1105.1075 

  179. Cosmological simulations of the formation of the stellar haloes around disc galaxies.
    A. S. Font, I. G. McCarthy, R. A. Crain, T. Theuns, J. Schaye, R. P. C. Wiersma, C. Dalla Vecchia.
    2011, MNRAS, 416, 2802   ADS  arXiv:1102.2526 

  180. Through thick and thin - HI absorption in cosmological simulations.
    Gabriel Altay, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Neil H. M. Crighton, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2011, ApJ, 737, L37   ADS  arXiv:1012.4014 

  181. The effects of galaxy formation on the matter power spectrum: A challenge for precision cosmology.
    Marcel P. van Daalen, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2011, MNRAS, 415, 3649   ADS  arXiv:1104.1174  Tables and videos

  182. The drop in the cosmic star formation rate below redshift 2 is caused by a change in the mode of gas accretion and by AGN feedback.
    Freeke van de Voort, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2011, MNRAS, 415, 2782   ADS  arXiv:1102.3912 

  183. A SINFONI view of flies in the Spiderweb: a galaxy cluster in the making.
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    2011, MNRAS, 415, 2245   ADS  arXiv:1104.1176 

  184. The correlation structure of dark matter halo properties.
    Akila Jeeson-Daniel, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Marcel R. Haas, Joop Schaye.
    2011, MNRAS, 415, L69   ADS  arXiv:1103.5467 

  185. The effect of variations in the input physics on the cosmic distribution of metals predicted by simulations.
    Robert P. C. Wiersma, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2011, MNRAS, 415, 353   ADS  arXiv:1101.3550 

  186. Calibrating galaxy redshifts using absorption by the surrounding intergalactic medium.
    Olivera Rakic, Joop Schaye, Charles C. Steidel, Gwen C. Rudie.
    2011, MNRAS, 414, 3265   ADS  arXiv:1011.1282 

  187. The rates and modes of gas accretion on to galaxies and their gaseous haloes.
    Freeke van de Voort, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Marcel R. Haas, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2011, MNRAS, 414, 2458   ADS  arXiv:1011.2491 

  188. Absorption signatures of warm-hot gas at low redshift: OVI.
    Thorsten Tepper-Garcia, Philipp Richter, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Tom Theuns, Robert P. C. Wiersma.
    2011, MNRAS, 413, 190   ADS  arXiv:1007.2840 

  189. Towards an understanding of the evolution of the scaling relations for supermassive black holes.
    C. M. Booth, Joop Schaye.
    2011, MNRAS, 413, 1158   ADS  arXiv:1005.0844 

  190. Gas expulsion by quasar-driven winds as a solution to the over-cooling problem in galaxy groups and clusters.
    I. G. McCarthy, J. Schaye, R. G. Bower, T. J. Ponman, C. M. Booth, C. Dalla Vecchia, V. Springel.
    2011, MNRAS, 412, 1965   ADS  arXiv:1008.4799 

  191. Multi-frequency, thermally coupled radiative transfer with TRAPHIC: Method and tests.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye.
    2011, MNRAS, 412, 1943   ADS  arXiv:1008.1071 

  192. Feedback and the structure of simulated galaxies at redshift z=2.
    Laura V. Sales, Julio F. Navarro, Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Volker Springel, C. M. Booth.
    2010, MNRAS, 409, 1541   ADS  arXiv:1004.5386 

  193. The enrichment history of cosmic metals.
    Robert P. C. Wiersma, Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, C. M. Booth, Tom Theuns, Anthony Aguirre.
    2010, MNRAS, 409, 132   ADS  arXiv:1005.3921 

  194. Foregrounds for observations of the cosmological 21 cm line: II. Westerbork observations of the fields around 3C196 and the North Celestial Pole.
    G. Bernardi, A. G. de Bruyn, G. Harker, et al.
    2010, A&A, 522, 67   ADS  arXiv:1002.4177 

  195. Metal-line emission from the warm-hot intergalactic medium - II. Ultraviolet.
    Serena Bertone, Joop Schaye, C. M. Booth, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Tom Theuns, Robert P. C. Wiersma.
    2010, MNRAS, 408, 1120   ADS  arXiv:1002.3393 

  196. X-ray coronae in simulations of disc galaxy formation.
    Robert A. Crain, Ian G. McCarthy, Carlos S. Frenk, Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye.
    2010, MNRAS, 407, 1403   ADS  arXiv:1005.1642  Videos

  197. Metal-line emission from the warm-hot intergalactic medium - I. Soft X-rays.
    Serena Bertone, Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, C. M. Booth, Tom Theuns, Robert P. C. Wiersma.
    2010, MNRAS, 407, 544   ADS  arXiv:0910.5723 

  198. The case for AGN feedback in galaxy groups.
    I. G. McCarthy, J. Schaye, T. J. Ponman, R. G. Bower, C. M. Booth, C. Dalla Vecchia, R. A. Crain, V. Springel, T. Theuns, R. P. C. Wiersma.
    2010, MNRAS, 406, 822   ADS  arXiv:0911.2641 

  199. Power spectrum extraction for redshifted 21-cm epoch of reionization experiments: the LOFAR case.
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    2010, MNRAS, 405, 2492   ADS  arXiv:1003.0965 

  200. Impact of baryon physics on dark matter structures: a detailed simulation study of halo density profiles.
    Alan R. Duffy, Joop Schaye, Scott T. Kay, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Richard A. Battye, Craig M. Booth.
    2010, MNRAS, 405, 2161   ADS  arXiv:1001.3447 

  201. Dark matter haloes determine the masses of supermassive black holes.
    C. M. Booth, Joop Schaye.
    2010, MNRAS, 405, L1   ADS  arXiv:0911.0935 

  202. The physics driving the cosmic star formation history.
    Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, C. M. Booth, Robert P. C. Wiersma, Tom Theuns, Marcel R. Haas, Serena Bertone, Alan R. Duffy, I. G. McCarthy, Freeke van de Voort.
    2010, MNRAS, 402, 1536   ADS  arXiv:0909.5196 

  203. Galaxies-Intergalactic Medium Interaction Calculation - I. Galaxy formation as a function of large-scale environment.
    Robert A. Crain, Tom Theuns, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, et al.
    2009, MNRAS, 399, 1773   ADS  arXiv:0906.4350 

  204. Chemical enrichment in cosmological, smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulations.
    Robert P. C. Wiersma, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Luca Tornatore.
    2009, MNRAS, 399, 574   ADS  arXiv:0902.1535 

  205. The origin of extended disc galaxies at z=2.
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    2009, MNRAS, 399, L64   ADS  arXiv:0905.3554 

  206. Cosmological simulations of the growth of supermassive black holes and feedback from active galactic nuclei: method and tests.
    C. M. Booth, Joop Schaye.
    2009, MNRAS, 398, 53   ADS  arXiv:0904.2572 

  207. Non-parametric foreground subtraction for 21-cm epoch of reionization experiments.
    Geraint Harker, Saleem Zaroubi, Gianni Bernardi, et al.
    2009, MNRAS, 397, 1138   ADS  arXiv:0903.2760 

  208. Photo-heating and supernova feedback amplify each other's effect on the cosmic star formation rate.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye.
    2009, MNRAS, 396, L46   ADS  arXiv:0812.2913 

  209. Foregrounds for observations of the cosmological 21 cm line: I. First Westerbork measurements of Galactic emission at 150 MHz in a low latitude field.
    G. Bernardi, A. G. de Bruyn, M. A. Brentjens, et al.
    2009, A&A, 500, 965   ADS  arXiv:0904.0404 

  210. Keeping the Universe ionized: Photoheating and the clumping factor of the high-redshift intergalactic medium.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye, Eveline van Scherpenzeel.
    2009, MNRAS, 394, 1812   ADS  arXiv:0807.3963 

  211. Detection and extraction of signals from the epoch of reionization using higher order one-point statistics.
    Geraint J. A. Harker, Saleem Zaroubi, Rajat M. Thomas, et al.
    2009, MNRAS, 393, 1449   ADS  arXiv:0809.2428 

  212. EDGE: Explorer of diffuse emission and gamma-ray burst explosions.
    L. Piro, J. W. den Herder, T. Ohashi, et al.
    2009, Experimental Astronomy, 23, 67   ADS  arXiv:0707.4103

  213. The effect of photo-ionization on the cooling rates of enriched, astrophysical plasmas.
    Robert P. C. Wiersma, Joop Schaye, Britton D. Smith.
    2009, MNRAS, 393, 99   ADS  arXiv:0807.3748  Tables and videos

  214. Fast large-scale reionization simulations.
    Rajat M. Thomas, Saleem Zaroubi, Benedetta Ciardi, et al.
    2009, MNRAS, 393, 32   ADS  arXiv:0809.1326 

  215. Metallicity of the intergalactic medium using pixel statistics: IV. Oxygen.
    Anthony Aguirre, Corey Dow-Hygelund, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2008, ApJ, 689, 851   ADS  arXiv:0712.1239

  216. Dark matter halo concentrations in the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe year 5 cosmology.
    Alan R. Duffy, Joop Schaye, Scott T. Kay, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2008, MNRAS, 390, L64   ADS  arXiv:0804.2486 

  217. Foreground simulations for the LOFAR - Epoch of Reionization Experiment.
    V. Jelic, S. Zaroubi, P. Labropoulos, et al.
    2008, MNRAS, 389, 1319   ADS  arXiv:0804.1130 

  218. TRAPHIC - Radiative transfer for smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulations.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye.
    2008, MNRAS, 389, 651   ADS  arXiv:0802.1715 

  219. Simulating galactic outflows with kinetic supernova feedback.
    Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Joop Schaye.
    2008, MNRAS, 387, 1431   ADS  arXiv:0801.2770  Videos

  220. Numerical simulations of the Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium.
    S. Bertone, J. Schaye, K. Dolag.
    2008, Space Science Reviews, 134, 295   ADS  arXiv:0801.1039

  221. On the relation between the Schmidt and Kennicutt-Schmidt star formation laws and its implications for numerical simulations.
    Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia.
    2008, MNRAS, 383, 1210   ADS  arXiv:0709.0292

  222. A large population of metal-rich, compact, intergalactic C IV absorbers - Evidence for poor small-scale metal mixing.
    Joop Schaye, Robert F. Carswell, Tae-Sun Kim.
    2007, MNRAS, 379, 1169   ADS  astro-ph/0701761

  223. On the importance of local sources of radiation for quasar absorption systems.
    Joop Schaye.
    2006, ApJ, 643, 59   ADS  astro-ph/0409137

  224. The Lyα forest power spectrum from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
    P. McDonald, U. Seljak, S. Burles, et al.
    2006, ApJS, 163, 80   ADS  astro-ph/0405013

  225. The spatial distribution of metals in the intergalactic medium.
    Matthew M. Pieri, Joop Schaye, Anthony Aguirre.
    2006, ApJ, 638, 45   ADS  astro-ph/0507081

  226. Lyα emission from structure formation.
    Steven R. Furlanetto, Joop Schaye, Volker Springel, Lars Hernquist
    2005, ApJ, 622, 7   ADS  astro-ph/0409736

  227. Confronting cosmological simulations with observations of intergalactic metals.
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Lars Hernquist, Scott Kay, Volker Springel, Tom Theuns
    2005, ApJ, 620, L13   ADS  astro-ph/0411076

  228. Star formation thresholds and galaxy edges: why and where.
    Joop Schaye.
    2004, ApJ, 609, 667   ADS  astro-ph/0205125

  229. Ultraviolet line emission from metals in the low-redshift intergalactic medium.
    Steven R. Furlanetto, Joop Schaye, Volker Springel, Lars Hernquist
    2004, ApJ, 606, 221   ADS  astro-ph/0309736

  230. Metallicity of the intergalactic medium using pixel statistics. III. Silicon.
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Tae-Sun Kim, Tom Theuns, Michael Rauch, Wallace L. W. Sargent
    2004, ApJ, 602, 38   ADS  astro-ph/0310664

  231. Mapping the cosmic web with Lyα emission.
    Steven R. Furlanetto, Joop Schaye, Volker Springel, Lars Hernquist
    2003, ApJ, 599, L1   ADS  astro-ph/0311006

  232. The first data release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
    Kevork Abazajian, Jennifer K. Adelman-McCarthy, Marcel A. Agüeros, et al.
    2003, AJ, 126, 2081   ADS  astro-ph/0305492

  233. Metallicity of the intergalactic medium using pixel statistics. II. The distribution of metals as traced by C IV.
    Joop Schaye, Anthony Aguirre, Tae-Sun Kim, Tom Theuns, Michael Rauch, Wallace L. W. Sargent
    2003, ApJ, 596, 768   ADS  astro-ph/0306469

  234. A survey of z>5.7 quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey II: Discovery of three additional quasars at z>6
    Xiaohui Fan, Micheal A. Strauss, Donald P. Schneider, et al.
    2003, AJ, 125, 1649   ADS  astro-ph/0301135

  235. A feature at z ~ 3.2 in the evolution of the Lyα forest optical depth.
    Mariangela Bernardi, Ravi K. Sheth, Mark SubbaRao, et al.
    2003, AJ, 125, 32   ADS  astro-ph/0206293

  236. Constraining the redshift z ~ 6 quasar luminosity function using gravitational lensing.
    Julia M. Comerford, Zoltan Haiman, Joop Schaye.
    2002, ApJ, 580, 63   ADS  astro-ph/0206441

  237. Galactic winds in the intergalactic medium.
    Tom Theuns, Matteo Viel, Scott Kay, Joop Schaye, Robert F. Carswell, Panayiotis Tzanavaris.
    2002, ApJ, 578, L5   ADS  astro-ph/0208418

  238. The enrichment history of the intergalactic medium: OVI in Lyα forest systems at redshift z~2.
    Robert F. Carswell, Joop Schaye, Tae-Sun Kim.
    2002, ApJ, 578, 43   ADS  astro-ph/0204370

  239. Metallicity of the intergalactic medium using pixel statistics: I. Method.
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2002, ApJ, 576, 1   ADS  astro-ph/0207119

  240. Detection of He II reionization in the SDSS quasar sample.
    Tom Theuns, Mariangela Bernardi, Joshua Frieman, Paul Hewett, Joop Schaye, Ravi K. Sheth, Mark Subbarao.
    2002, ApJ, 574, L111   ADS  astro-ph/0206319

  241. Constraints on reionization from the thermal history of the intergalactic medium.
    Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Saleem Zaroubi, Tae-Sun Kim, Panayiotis Tzanavaris, Bob Carswell.
    2002, ApJ, 567, L103   ADS  astro-ph/0201514

  242. A physical upper limit on the HI column density of gas clouds.
    Joop Schaye.
    2001, ApJ, 562, L95   ADS  astro-ph/0109280

  243. Problems for Modified Newtonian Dynamics in clusters and the Lyα forest?
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Eliot Quataert.
    2001, ApJ, 561, 550   ADS  astro-ph/0105184

  244. Metal enrichment of the intergalactic medium in cosmological simulations.
    Anthony Aguirre, Lars Hernquist, Joop Schaye, Neal Katz, David H. Weinberg, Jeffrey Gardner.
    2001, ApJ, 561, 521   ADS  astro-ph/0105065

  245. Metal enrichment of the intergalactic medium at z=3 by galactic winds.
    Anthony Aguirre, Lars Hernquist, Joop Schaye, David H. Weinberg, Neal Katz, Jeffrey Gardner.
    2001, ApJ, 560, 599   ADS  astro-ph/0006345

  246. Model-independent insights into the nature of the Lyα forest and the distribution of matter in the universe.
    Joop Schaye.
    2001, ApJ, 559, 507   ADS  astro-ph/0104272

  247. On the relation between high-redshift starburst galaxies and damped Lyα systems.
    Joop Schaye.
    2001, ApJ, 559, L1   ADS  astro-ph/0108101

  248. Observational signatures of feedback in QSO absorption spectra.
    Tom Theuns, H. J. Mo, Joop Schaye.
    2001, MNRAS, 321, 450   ADS  astro-ph/0006065

  249. The thermal history of the intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Michael Rauch, George Efstathiou, Wallace L. W. Sargent.
    2000, MNRAS, 318, 817   ADS  astro-ph/9912432

  250. The detection of oxygen in the low-density intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye, Michael Rauch, Wallace L. W. Sargent, Tae-Sun Kim.
    2000, ApJ, 541, L1   ADS  astro-ph/0008011

  251. The enrichment history of the intergalactic medium - Measuring the CIV/HI ratio in the Lyα forest.
    Sara L. Ellison, Antoinette Songaila, Joop Schaye, Max Pettini.
    2000, AJ, 120, 1175   ADS  astro-ph/0005448

  252. Broadening of QSO Lyα forest absorbers.
    Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye, Martin G. Haehnelt.
    2000, MNRAS, 315, 600   ADS  astro-ph/9908288

  253. Measuring the equation of state of the intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Anthony Leonard, George Efstathiou.
    1999, MNRAS, 310, 57   ADS  astro-ph/9906271

  254. Dependences of QSO Lyα absorption line statistics on cosmological parameters.
    Tom Theuns, Anthony Leonard, Joop Schaye, George Efstathiou.
    1999, MNRAS, 303, L58   ADS  astro-ph/9812141

Conference Proceedings (incomplete):

  1. The Fermi GeV excess: challenges for the dark matter interpretation.
    Francesca Calore, Nassim Bozorgnia, Mark Lovell, Gianfranco Bertone, Matthieu Schaller, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, James W. Trayford
    2016, Journal of Physics Conference Series, 718, 042010   ADS 

  2. Predictions of hydrodynamic simulations for direct dark matter detection.
    Nassim Bozorgnia, Francesca Calore, Matthieu Schaller, Mark Lovell, Gianfranco Bertone, Carlos S. Frenk, Robert A. Crain, Julio F. Navarro, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns
    2016, Journal of Physics Conference Series, 718, 042007 ADS 

  3. The Athena X-ray Integral Field Unit (X-IFU).
    Didier Barret, Thien Lam Trong, Jan-Willem den Herder, et al.
    2016, SPIE, 9905, 99052F   ADS  arXiv:1608.08105 

  4. Keeping the Universe ionized: Photoheating and the high-redshift clumping factor of the intergalactic gas.
    Andreas H. Pawlik, Joop Schaye, Eveline van Scherpenzeel.
    2010, in "New Horizons in Astronomy: Frank N. Bash Symposium 2009"; eds. L. M. Stanford, J. D. Green, L. Hai, and Y. Mao.; ASP conference series, 432, 230.   ADS  arXiv:0912.3034 

  5. The MUSE second-generation VLT instrument.
    R. Bacon, et al.
    2010, SPIE, 7735   ADS 

  6. Simulations of the growth of black holes and feedback from active galactic nuclei.
    C. M. Booth, Joop Schaye.
    2009, American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 1201, 21   ADS 

  7. Disk galaxies at z=2 in OWLS.
    Julio F. Navarro, Laura V. Sales, Joop Schaye, Claudio Dalla Vecchia, Volker Springel.
    2009, to appear in "Galaxy Evolution: Emerging Insights and Future Challenges"   ADS  arXiv:0905.3555 

  8. New science opportunities offered by MUSE.
    R. Bacon, et al.
    2009, in the proceedings of the ESO Workshop "Science with the VLT in the ELT era", 331   ADS 

  9. Star formation thresholds.
    Joop Schaye.
    2008, in IAU Symposium 244: "Dark Galaxies and Lost Baryons", eds. J.I. Davies & M.J. Disney, 247   ADS   arXiv:0708.3366

  10. Clusters of galaxies: Beyond the thermal view.
    J.S. Kaastra, et al.
    2008, Space Science Reviews, 134, 1   ADS  arXiv:0801.0964

  11. EDGE: Explorer of diffuse emission and gamma-ray burst explosions.
    J. W. den Herder, et al.
    2007, SPIE, 6688   ADS  

  12. How Did the IGM Become Enriched?
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye.
    2007, EAS, 24, 165   ADS   astro-ph/0611637

  13. Probing unexplored territories with MUSE: a second generation instrument for the VLT
    R. Bacon, et al.
    2006, SPIE 6269: "Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation"   ADS   astro-ph/0606329

  14. Metals in the intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye.
    2006, in IAU Symposium 232: "The Scientific Requirements for Extremely Large Telescopes", ed. P.A. Whitelock et al., 313   ADS  

  15. Abundances in the high-redshift intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye, Anthony Aguirre.
    2005, in IAU Symposium 228: "From Lithium to Uranium: Elemental Tracers of Early Cosmic Evolution", ed. V. Hill, P. Francois & F. Primas, 557   ADS   astro-ph/0509113

  16. Observational tests of intergalactic enrichment models.
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye.
    2005, in IAU Colloq. 199: "Probing Galaxies through Quasar Absorption Lines", 289   ADS  astro-ph/0504427

  17. The spatial distribution of C IV in the intergalactic medium.
    Matthew M. Pieri, Joop Schaye, Martin Haehnelt, Anthony Aguirre.
    2004, in the Proceedings of the 22nd Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, ed. P. Chen, E. Bloom, G. Madejski, p. 391   ADS

  18. Recovering intergalactic metallicity using pixel optical depths.
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2003, in "The IGM/Galaxy Connection - The Distribution of Baryons at z=0", ed. J. Rosenberg & M. Putman, 243   ADS

  19. Star formation thresholds and galaxy edges.
    Joop Schaye.
    2003, Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica Conference Series, 17, 73   ADS

  20. Explaining the Lyman-alpha forest.
    Joop Schaye.
    2001, in `17th IAP Colloquium: Gaseous matter in galaxies and intergalactic space', eds. Ferlet et al., 361   astro-ph/0112022

  21. Enrichment of the high-redshift IGM by galactic winds.
    Anthony Aguirre, Joop Schaye, Lars Hernquist, David H. Weinberg, Neal Katz, Jeffrey Gardner.
    2001, in `Chemical Enrichment of Intracluster and Intergalactic Medium', eds. F. Matteucci and F. Giovannelli, ASP Conference Series   astro-ph/0109278

  22. Metals in the intergalactic medium.
    Max Pettini, Sara L. Ellison, Joop Schaye, Antoinette Songaila, Charles C. Steidel, Andrea Ferrara.
    2001, Ap&SS, 277, 555   ADS

  23. Lyα absorption aystems and the intergalactic medium.
    George Efstathiou, Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns.
    2000, Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A, 358, 2049   ADS   astro-ph/0003400

  24. Mining for metals in the Lyα forest.
    Sara L. Ellison, Joop Schaye, Max Pettini, Antoinette Songaila.
    2000, in ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 215, Cosmic evolution and galaxy formation: Structure, interactions and feedback, ed. J. Franco et al. (San Francisco: ASP), 283   ADS

  25. Constraining reionization using the thermal history of the baryons.
    Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Michael Rauch, George Efstathiou, Wallace L. W. Sargent.
    2000, in ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 215, Cosmic evolution and galaxy formation: Structure, interactions and feedback, ed. J. Franco et al. (San Francisco: ASP), 7   ADS

  26. Measuring the temperature of the intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye, Tom Theuns, Anthony Leonard, George Efstathiou.
    2000, in Proceedings of the XIXth Moriond, ed. F. Hammer et al., Ed. Frontieres, 455   ADS

  27. Measuring cosmological parameters from the Lyα forest.
    Tom Theuns, Joop Schaye.
    2000, in ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 200, Clustering at high redshift, ed. A. Mazure, O. Le Fèvre, & V. Le Brun (San Francisco: ASP), 286   ADS

arXiv only:

  1. The EAGLE simulations of galaxy formation: Public release of particle data.
    The EAGLE team.
    arXiv:1706.09899 

  2. ESO-Athena Synergy White Paper.
    P. Padovani, F. Combes, M. Diaz Trigo, et al.
    arXiv:1705.06064 

  3. Local Group galaxies emerge from the dark.
    Till Sawala, Carlos S. Frenk, Azadeh Fattahi, et al.
    arXiv:1412.2748  but surpassed by arXiv:1511.01098

  4. The Hot and Energetic Universe: White Paper presenting the science theme motivating the Athena+ mission.
    Kirpal Nandra, Didier Barret, Xavier Barcons, et al.
    arXiv:1306.2307 

  5. The Hot and Energetic Universe: The missing baryons and the warm-hot intergalactic medium.
    Jelle Kaastra, Alexis Finoguenov, Fabrizio Nicastro, et al.
    arXiv:1306.2324 

  6. The similarity of observed X-ray coronae associated with L* disc and elliptical galaxies.
    Robert A. Crain, Ian G. McCarthy, Joop Schaye, Carlos S. Frenk, Tom Theuns.
    arXiv:1011.1906 

  7. The LOFAR EoR data model: (I) Effects of noise and instrumental corruptions on the 21-cm reionization signal-extraction strategy.
    P. Labropoulos, L. V. E. Koopmans, V. Jelic, et al.
    arXiv:0901.3359 

Ph.D. Thesis:

  1. Thermal history and metal enrichment of the intergalactic medium.
    Joop Schaye (advisor: George Efstathiou).
    2000, Ph.D. thesis, University of Cambridge  
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