DR. ANDREW S. FRIEDMAN
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Selected Publications

CFAIR2: Near-Infrared Light Curves of 94 Type Ia Supernovae, Friedman, A.S. + 2014, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement submitted (arXiv:1408.0465)

Can the Cosmos Test Quantum Entanglement?, Friedman, A.S. 2014, Astronomy, Vol. 42, Issue 10, October 2014, pg. 28-33 [PDF]

Testing Bell's Inequality with Cosmic Photons: Closing the Setting-Independence Loophole, Gallicchio, J., Friedman, A.S., and Kaiser, D.I. 2014, Physical Review Letters, Vol. 112, Issue 11, id. 110405, 5 pp. (arXiv:1310.3288) (DOI)

The Shared Causal Pasts and Futures of Cosmological Events, Friedman, A.S., Kaiser, D.I., and Gallicchio, J. 2013, Physical Review D, Vol. 88, Issue 4, id. 044038, 18 pp. (arXiv:1305.3943) (DOI)

Infrared Light Curves of Type Ia Supernovae, Friedman, Andrew S. 2012, PhD Thesis, Harvard University, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, Publication Number: AAT 3513964; ISBN: 9781267446190; Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 73-11(E), Section: B.; 272 pp. Advisor: Robert P. Kirshner, (NASA/ADS) (ProQuest)

Type Ia Supernova Light Curve Inference: Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis in the Near Infrared, Mandel, K.S., Wood-Vasey, W.M., Friedman, A.S., Kirshner, R.P., 2009, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 704, Issue 1, pp. 629-651 (arXiv:0908.0536) (DOI)

Type Ia Supernovae are Good Standard Candles in the Near Infrared: Evidence from PAIRITEL, Wood-Vasey, W.M., Friedman, A.S. + 2008, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 689, Issue 1, pp. 377-390, (arXiv:0711.2068) (DOI)

Toward a More Standardized Candle Using GRB Energetics and Spectra, Friedman, A.S. & Bloom, J.S. 2005, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 627, Issue 1, pp. 1-25, (astro-ph/0408413) (DOI)

Present and Future Prospects for GRB Standard Candles, Friedman, A.S. & Bloom, J.S. 2005, Il Nuovo Cimento C, Vol. 028, Issue 04-05, pp. 669-672, (astro-ph/0502559) (DOI)

Using GRBs For Cosmology, Friedman, A.S. 2006, Sky & Telescope, Volume 112, No. 2, pg. 35 (NASA/ADS)

The Lick Observatory Supernova Search, Li, W.D., Filippenko, A.V., Treffers, R.R., Friedman, A.S., Halderson, E., Johnson, R.A., King, J.Y., Modjaz, M., Papenkova, M., Sato, Y., Shefler, T., 2000, American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, 522, pp. 103-106, (astro-ph/9912336) (DOI)

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Last Updated: Andrew Samuel Friedman, 9/2014

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