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ALMA publications with Italian ARC Node involvement

  • Urquhart et al. (2022), MNRAS, 511, 3017, The bright extragalactic ALMA redshift survey (BEARS) I: redshifts of bright gravitationally lensed galaxies from the Herschel ATLAS [1]
  • Giulietti et al. (2022), MNRAS, 511, 1408, The far-infrared/radio correlation for a sample of strongly lensed dusty star-forming galaxies detected by Herschel [2]
  • Pantoni et al. (2022), MNRAS, 507, 3998, An ALMA view of 11 dusty star-forming galaxies at the peak of cosmic star formation history [3]
  • Sanna et al. (2021). A&A, 655, A72, Physical conditions in the warped accretion disk of a massive star. 349 GHz ALMA observations of G023.01-00.41 [4]
  • Trombetti et al. (2021), A\&A, 653, 151, Search for candidate strongly lensed dusty galaxies in the Planck satellite catalogues [5]
  • Massardi et al. (2021), PASP, 133, 5001, The Additional Representative Images for Legacy (ARI-L) Project for the ALMA Science Archive [6]
  • Pantoni et al. (2021), MNRAS, 504,928, Unveiling the nature of 11 dusty star-forming galaxies at the peak of cosmic star formation history [7]
  • Loiacono et al. (2021), A&A, 646, 76, The ALPINE-ALMA [C II] survey. Luminosity function of serendipitous [C II] line emitters at z ∼ 5 [8]
  • Bonaldi et al. (2021), MNRAS, 500, 3821, Square Kilometre Array Science Data Challenge 1: analysis and results [9]
  • D'Amato et al. (2020) A&A, 641, 6, Discovery of molecular gas fueling galaxy growth in a protocluster at z = 1.7 [10]
  • Stoehr et al. (2020), ADASS XXVII, ASP Conf. Series, Vol. 522, p.639, The ALMA Re-imaging Project Study [11]
  • D'Amato et al. (2020) A&A, 636, 37, Dust and gas content of high-redshift galaxies hosting obscured AGN in the Chandra Deep Field-South [12]
  • Brogan et al. (2019), ApJ Lett., 881, L39, Sub-arcsecond (sub)millimeter imaging of the massive protocluster G358.93-0.03: Discovery of 14 new methanol maser lines associated with a hot core [13]
  • Galluzzi (2019) MNRAS, 489, 470, ALMA Band 3 polarimetric follow-up of a complete sample of faint PACO sources [14]
  • Pantoni et al. (2019), ApJ, 880, 129, New Analytic Solutions for Galaxy Evolution: Gas, Stars, Metals, and Dust in Local ETGs and Their High-z Star-forming Progenitors [15]
  • Bonato et al. (2019), MNRAS, 485, 1188, ALMA photometry of extragalactic radio sources [16]
  • Bonato et al. (2019), PASA, 36, 17, Origins Space Telescope: Predictions for far-IR spectroscopic surveys[17]
  • Fontani et al. (2018), A&A, 615, A94, The fragmentation properties of massive protocluster gas clumps: an ALMA study [18]
  • Mingozzi et al. (2018), MNRAS, 474, 3640, CO excitation in the Seyfert galaxy NGC 34: stars, shock or AGN driven? [19]
  • Puglisi et al. (2017), arXiv:1712.09639, Forecasting Polarized Radio Sources for CMB observations [20]
  • Sabatini et al. (2017), arXiv:1712.08834, Unveiling the inner morphology and gas kinematics of NGC 5135 with ALMA [21]
  • Pozzi et al. (2017), MNRAS, 470, L64, CO excitation in the Seyfert galaxy NGC 7130 [22]
  • Massardi et al. (2017), arXiv:1709.10427, Chandra and ALMA observations of the nuclear activity in two strongly lensed star forming galaxies [23]
  • Brusa et al. (2017), arXiv:1712.04505, Molecular outflow and feedback in the obscured Quasar XID2028 revealed by ALMA [24]
  • Mignani et al. (2017), ApJL, 851, L10, The First Detection of a Pulsar with ALMA [25]
  • Orienti et al. (2017), MNRAS.469L,123O, ALMA polarization observations of the particle accelerators in the hotspot of the radio galaxy 3C 445
  • Bianchi et al. (2017), A&A, 606, L7, Deuterated methanol on a solar system scale around the HH212 protostar [26]
  • Agliozzo et al. (2016), ApJ, 841, 130, The Luminous Blue Variable RMC 127 as Seen with ALMA and ATCA [27]
  • Massardi et al. (2016), International Journal of Modern Physics D, 25, 1640009, Polarization of extragalactic radio sources: CMB foregrounds and telescope calibration issues [28]
  • Nagai et al. (2016), ApJ, 824, 132, ALMA Science Verification Data: Millimeter Continuum Polarimetry of the Bright Radio Quasar 3C 286 [29]
  • Fontani et al. (2016), A&A, 593, L14, Magnetically regulated fragmentation of a massive, dense, and turbulent clump [30]
  • Leurini et al. (2016), A&A, 595, L4, Hot methanol from the inner region of the HH 212 protostellar system [31]
  • Martin et al. (2016), arXiv:1603.01291 (accepted A&A), The unbearable opaqueness of Arp 220 ADS
  • Lindberg et al. (2016), A&A, 587, A15, Evidence for a chemically differentiated outflow in Mrk 231 ADS
  • Fuller et al. (2016), arXiv:1602.02414, The Science Case for ALMA Band 2 and Band 2+3 ADS
  • Koay et al. (2016), MNRAS, 455, 2745, ALMA probes the molecular gas reservoirs in the changing-look Seyfert galaxy Mrk 590 ADS
  • Paladino et al. (2015), in Proceedings of Science, Conference "Advancing Astrophysics with the Square Kilometre Array" (Giardini Naxos, Italy; 8-13 June 2014), Synergies between SKA and ALMA: observations of Nearby Galaxies [32]
  • Agundez et al. (2015), ApJ, 814, 143, The Peculiar Distribution of CH3CN in IRC +10216 Seen by ALMA [33]
  • ALMA Partneship; Vlahakis et al. (2015), ApJL, 808, L4, The 2014 ALMA Long Baseline Campaign: Observations of the Strongly Lensed Submillimeter Galaxy HATLAS J090311.6+003906 at z = 3.042 [34]
  • ALMA Partnership; Brogan et al. (2015), ApJL, 808, L3, The 2014 ALMA Long Baseline Campaign: First Results from High Angular Resolution Observations toward the HL Tau Region [35]
  • ALMA Partnership; Hunter et al. (2015), ApJL, 808, L2, The 2014 ALMA Long Baseline Campaign: Observations of Asteroid 3 Juno at 60 Kilometer Resolution [36]
  • ALMA Partnership; Fomalont et al. (2015), ApJL, 808, L1, An overview of the 2014 ALMA Long Baseline Campaign [37]
  • Beltran et al. (2015), arXiv:1509.02702, Italian Science Case for ALMA Band 2+3 [38]
  • Vellila Prieto et al. (2015), ApJL, 805, L13, Si-bearing Molecules Toward IRC+10216: ALMA Unveils the Molecular Envelope of CWLeo [39]
  • Viti et al. (2014), A&A, 570A, 28V, Molecular line emission in NGC1068 imaged with ALMA: II. The chemistry of the dense molecular gas [40]
  • Tilanus et al. (2014), arXiv:1406.4650v1, Future mmVLBI Research with ALMA: A European vision [41]
  • Garcia-Burillo et al. (2014), A&A, 567A, 125G, Molecular line emission in NGC1068 imaged with ALMA. I An AGN-driven outflow in the dense molecular gas [42]
  • Combes et al. (2014), A&A, 565A, 97C, ALMA reveals the feeding of the Seyfert 1 nucleus in NGC 1566 [43]
  • Gilli et al. (2014), A&A, 562A, 67G, ALMA reveals a warm and compact starburst around a heavily obscured supermassive black hole at z = 4.75 [44]
  • Hunt et al. (2014), A&A, 561A, 49H, ALMA observations of cool dust in a low-metallicity starburst, SBS 0335-052 [45]
  • Combes et al. (2013), A&A, 558A, 124C, ALMA observations of feeding and feedback in nearby Seyfert galaxies: an AGN-driven outflow in NGC 1433 [46]
  • PRISM Collaboration (2013), PRISM (Polarized Radiation Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission): A White Paper on the Ultimate Polarimetric Spectro-Imaging of the Microwave and Far-Infrared Sky [47]

Outreach

  • Schuller et al. (2016), The Messenger, 165, 27, From ATLASGAL to SEDIGISM: Towards a Complete 3D View of the Dense Galactic Interstellar Medium [48]
  • Hatziminaoglou et al. (2015), Messenger, 162, 24, The European ALMA Regional Centre Network: A Geographically Distributed User Support Model [49]
  • Andreani et al. (2014), SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9149: Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems V (A. B. Peck, C.R. Benn, R.L. Seaman, Eds.), The European ALMA Regional Centre: a model of user support [50]
  • Brand (2013), Geocentro, 26, 56, ALMA - Una nuova finestra sull'Universo [51]
  • Casasola & Brand (2012), MemSAItSuppl, 19, 330, The exciting future of (sub-)millimeter interferometry: ALMA [52]