Other Research

In addition to my work on supernovae, TDEs, and software, I have been involved with research on a wide range of topics through my involvement with ASAS-SN and my work as an observer. These topics include studies of optical counterparts to gravitational wave and neutrino sources (multi-messenger studies), changing-look active galactic nuclei (AGNs), young stellar objects, M-dwarf and L-dwarf flares, variable stars, low-mass X-ray binaries, reverberation mapping of AGNs, and other variable and transient events.

Selected additional research papers are described and linked below. For a full list of publications please see my my complete ADS listing or my CV.

Lead-Author Papers

Discovery and Observations of ASASSN-13db, an EX Lupi-type Accretion Event on a Low-mass T Tauri Star

Holoien, T. W.-S. et al., ApJ, 785L, 35 (2014)

This was my first lead-author paper, and discussed the discovery of a new EX Lupi-type (EXor) accretion event, which has continued for years after discovery.

Selected Additional Papers

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