# Paul Lasky

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**Professor, Head of Astronomy and Astrophysics**

School of Physics and Astronomy,
Monash University

__Publication List__

The publications listed are those for which I have made *significant*contributions. For a full list of publications, including all LIGO, PPTA and IPTA publications, follow this link.

- Powell and Lasky (2024)
*The DAWES review: Gravitational-wave burst astrophysics*. Submitted to PASA - Clarke, Sarin, Howell, Lasky, and Thrane (2024)
*Quantifying the coincidence between gravitational waves and fast radio bursts from neutron star--black hole mergers*. Submitted to Phys. Rev. D (arXiv:2408.02534) - Adamcewicz, Lasky, Thrane, and Mandel (2024)
*No evidence for a dip in the binary black hole mass spectrum*. Accepted for publication in Astrophys. J. (arXiv:2406.11111) - Passenger, Thrane, Lasky, Payne, Stevenson, and Farr (2024)
*Are all models wrong? Falsifying binary formation models in gravitational-wave astronomy*. Submitted to Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. (arXiv:2405.09739) - Gupta et al. (2024)
*Possible Causes of False General Relativity Violations in Gravitational Wave Observations*. Submitted to (arXiv:2405.02197) - Cheung, Lasky and Thrane (2024)
*Does spacetime have memories? Searching for gravitational-wave memory in the third LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA gravitational-wave transient catalogue*. Class. Q. Grav.**41**, 115010 (arXiv:2404.11919) - Sarin, Clarke, Magnall, Lasky, Metzger, Berger, and Sridhar (2024)
*The origin of the coherent radio flash potentially associated with GRB 201006A*. Accepted for publication in Astrophys. J. Lett. (arXiv:2404.08048) - Tong, Guttman, Clarke, Lasky et al. (2024)
*Transdimensional inference for gravitational-wave astronomy with Bilby*. Submitted to Astrophys. J. Supp. (arXiv:2404.04460) - LIGO, Virgo, and KAGRA collaborations (2024)
*Observation of gravitational waves from the coalescence of a 2.5 - 4.5 Msun compact object and a neutron star*. Accepted for publication in Astrophys. J. Lett. (arXiv:2404.04248) - Clarke, Isi, Lasky, Thrane, et al (2024)
*Striking the right tone: towards a self-consistent framework for measuring black hole ringdowns*. Accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. D (arXiv:2402.02819) - Adamcewicz, Galaudage, Lasky and Thrane (2023)
*Which black hole is spinning? Probing the origin of black-hole spin with gravitational waves*. Accepted for publication in Astrophys. J. (arXiv:2311.05182) - Anzuini, Gomez-Banon, Pons, Melatos and Lasky (2023)
*Axion sourcing in dense stellar matter via CP-violating couplings*. Accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. D (arXiv:2311.13776) - Gardner, Sun, Borhanian, Lasky, Thrane, McClelland, and Slagmolen (2023)
*Multi-messenger astronomy with a Southern-Hemisphere gravitational-wave observatory*. Accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. D (arXiv:2308.13103) - Magnall, Price, Lasky and Macpherson (2023)
*Inhomogeneous cosmology using general relativistic smoothed particle hydrodynamics coupled to numerical relativity*. Accepted for publication in Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. (arXiv:2307.15194) - Adamcewicz, Lasky and Thrane (2023)
*Evidence for a correlation between binary black hole mass ratio and black-hole spins*. Accepted for publication in Astrophys. J. (arXiv:2307.15278) - Tian et al (2023)
*MWA rapid follow-up of gravitational wave transients: prospects for detecting prompt radio counterparts*. Accepted for publication in PASA - Nathan, Miles, Ashton, Lasky, Thrane, Reardon, Shannon and Cameron (2023)
*Improving pulsar-timing solutions through dynamics pulse fitting*. Accepted for publication in Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. (arXiv:2303.02793) - Panther and Lasky (2023)
*The effect of noise artefacts on gravitational-wave searches for neutron star post-merger remnants*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**523**, 2928 (arXiv:2303.10847) - Clarke, Chastain, Lasky, Thrane (2023)
*Nuclear physics with gravitational waves from neutron stars disrupted by black holes*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**949**, L6 (arXiv:2302.09711) - Anzuini, Pons, Gomez-Banon, Lasky, Bianchini, Melatos (2023)
*Magnetic dynamo caused by axions in neutron stars*. Phys. Rev. Lett.**130**, 071001 (arXiv:2211.10863) - Baker, Lasky, Thrane, Ashton, Cantos, Lakerink, Leslie, Poole, and Reichart (2023)
*GWCloud: a searchable repository for the creation and curation of gravitational-wave inference results.*. Astrophys. J. Supp.**266**, 33 (arXiv:2204.13267) - Powell, Sun, Gereb, Lasky, and Dollmann (2023)
*Generating transient noise artifacts in gravitational-wave detector data with generative adversarial networks*. Class. Q. Grav.**40**, 035006 (arXiv:2207.00207) - Sarin, Lasky, Nathan (2023)
*Missed opportunities: GRB 211211A and the case for continual gravitational-wave coverage with a single observatory.*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**518**, 5483 (arXiv:2210.14938) - Abbott et al. (2022)
*Search for gravitational-wave transients associated with magnetar bursts in Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo data from the third observing run*. Accepted for publication in Astrophys. J. (arXiv:2210.10931) - Lasky, Thrane (2022)
*Background Memories*. Sci. China-Phys. Mech. Astron.**65**, 119531 - Knee, Romero-Shaw, Lasky, McIver, Thrane (2022)
*A Rosetta Stone for eccentric gravitational waveform models*. Astrophys. J.**936**, 172 (arXiv:2207.14346) - Romero-Shaw, Lasky, and Thrane (2022)
*Four eccentric mergers increase the evidence that LIGO--Virgo--KAGRA's binary black holes form dynamically*. Astrophys. J.**940**, 171 (arXiv:2206.14695) - Clarke, Romero-Shaw, Lasky, and Thrane (2022)
*Gravitational-wave inference for eccentric binaries: the argument of periapsis*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**517**, 3778 (arXiv:2206.14006) - Huebner, Huppenkothen, Lasky, Inglis, Ick, and Hogg (2022)
*Searching for quasi-periodic oscillations in astrophysical transients using Gaussian processes*. Astrophys. J.**936**, 17 (arXiv:2205.12716) - Kouvatsos, Lasky, Quitzow-James and Sakellariadou (2022)
*Detectability of the gravitational-wave background produced by magnetar giant flares*. Phys. Rev. D**106**, 063007 (arXiv:2203.07905) - Romero-Shaw, Thrane, and Lasky (2022)
*When models fail: an introduction to posterior predictive checks and model misspecification in gravitational-wave astronomy*. PASA**39**, e025 (arXiv:2202.05479) - Sarin, Lasky, Hernandez Vivanco, Stevenson, Chattopadhyay, Smith, and Thrane (2022)
*Linking the rates of neutron star binaries and short gamma-ray bursts*. Phys. Rev. D**105**, 083004 (arXiv:2201.08491) - Sarin and Lasky (2022)
*Multimessenger astronomy with a kHz-band gravitational-wave observatory*. PASA**39**, e007 (arXiv:2110.10892) - Huebner, Huppenkothen, Lasky and Inglis (2022)
*Pitfalls of periodograms: The non-stationarity bias in the analysis of quasi-periodic oscillations*. Astrophys. J. Supp.**259**, 32 (arXiv:2108.07418) - Lasky (2021)
*Gravitational Wave Astronomy*. Multimessenger Astronomy in Practice, by Filipovic and Tothil - Lasky and Thrane (2021)
*Did Goryachev et al. detect megahertz gravitational waves?*. Phys. Rev. D**104**, 103017 (arXiv:2110.13319) - Romero-Shaw, Lasky and Thrane (2021)
*Signs of eccentricity in two gravitational-wave signals may indicate a sub-population of dynamically assembled binary black holes*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**921**, L31 (arXiv:2108.01284) - Payne, Sun, Kremer, Lasky, and Thrane (2021)
*The imprint of superradiance on hierarchical black hole mergers*. Astrophys. J.**931**, 79 (arXiv:2107.11730) - Zevin, Romero-Shaw, Kremer, Thrane and Lasky (2021)
*Implications of Eccentric Observations on Binary Black Hole Formation Channels*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**921**, L43 (arXiv:2106.09042) - Easter, Lasky and Casey (2021)
*Can we measure the collapse time of a post-merger remnant for a future GW170817-like event?*. Submitted to Phys. Rev. D (arXiv:2106.04064) - Sarin, Hamburg, Burns, Ashton, Lasky and Lamb (2021)
*Low-efficiency long gamma-ray bursts: A case study with AT2020blt*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**512**, 1391 (arXiv:2106.01556) - Sarin, Ashton, Lasky, Ackley, Mong, and Galloway (2021)
*CDF-S XT1: The off-axis afterglow of a neutron star merger at Z = 2.23*. Submitted to Astrophys. J. Lett. (arXiv:2105.10108) - Huebner, Lasky, and Thrane (2021)
*Memory Remains Undetected: Updates from the Second LIGO/Virgo Gravitational-Wave Transient Catalog*. Phys. Rev. D**104**, 023004 (arXiv:2105.02879) - Smith et al. (2021)
*Bayesian inference for gravitational waves from binary neutron star mergers in third-generation observatories*. Phys. Rev. Lett.**127**, 081102 (arXiv:2103.12274) - Hernandez-Vivanco, Lasky, Thrane, Smith, Chatterjee, Banik, Motta and Thomas (2021)
*Temperature dependent appearance of exotic matter makes nascent neutron stars spin faster*. Submitted to Phys. Rev. D (arXiv:2101.04782) - Calderon Bustillo, Leong, Dietrich, Lasky (2021)
*Mapping the Universe expansion: Enabling percent-level measurements of the Hubble constant with a single binary neutron-star merger detection*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**912**, L10 (arXiv:2006.11525) - Calderon Bustillo, Lasky, and Thrane (2021)
*Black-hole spectroscopy, the no-hair theorem and GW150914: Kerr versus Occam*. Phys. Rev. D**103**, 024041 (arXiv:2010.01857) - Sarin and Lasky (2021)
*The evolution of binary neutron star post-merger remnants: a review*. General Relativity and Gravitation**53**, 59 (arXiv:2012.08172) - Strang, Melatos, Sarin and Lasky (2020)
*Inferring properties of neutron stars born in gamma-ray bursts with plerion-like X-ray plaeau*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**507**, 2843 (arXiv:2107.13787) - Romero-Shaw, Kremer, Lasky, Thrane, and Samsing (2021)
*Gravitational Waves as a Probe of Globular Cluster Formation and Evolution*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**506**, 2362 (arXiv:2011.14541) - Ashton, Lasky, Nathan, and Palfreyman (2020)
*Flickering of the Vela pulsar during its 2016 glitch*. Submitted to Nature Astronomy: (arXiv:2011.07927) - Payne, Talbot, Lasky, Thrane and Kissel (2020)
*Gravitational-wave astronomy with a physical calibration model*. Phys. Rev. D**102**, 122004 (arXiv:2009.10193) - Romero-Shaw, Lasky, Thrane and Calderon Bustillo (2020)
*GW190521: orbital eccentricity and signatures of dynamical formation in a binary black hole merger signal*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**903**, L5 (arXiv:2009.04771) - Halliday, Kelleher, Lasky, et al. (2020)
*Halliday's Fundamentals of Physics*. Wiley, 1st Australia and New Zealand Edition - Sarin, Lasky, and Ashton (2020)
*Interpreting the x-ray afterglows of gamma-ray bursts with radiative losses and millisecond magnetars*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**499**, 5986 (arXiv:2008.05745) - Hernandez Vivanco, Smith, Thrane and Lasky (2020)
*A scalable random forest regressor for combining neutron-star equation of state measurements: A case study with GW170817 and GW190425*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**499**, 5972 (arXiv:2008.05627) - Abbott et al. (2020)
*GW190814: Gravitational waves from the coalescence of a 23 Msun black hole with a 2.6 Msun compact object*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**896**, L44 (arXiv:2006.12611) - Payne, Banagiri, Lasky and Thrane (2020)
*Searching for anisotropy in the distribution of binary black hole mergers*. Phys. Rev. D**102**, 102004 (arXiv:2006.11957) - Ackley et al (2020)
*Neutron star extreme matter observatory: A kilohertz-band gravitational-wave detector in the global network*. PASA**37**, e047 (arXiv:2007.03128) - Easter, Ghonge, Lasky, Casey, Clark, Hernandez Vivanco and Chatziioannou (2020)
*Detection and parameter estimation of binary neutron star merger remnants*. Phys. Rev. D**102**, 043011 (arXiv:2006.04396) - Romero-Shaw et al. (2020)
*Bayesian inference for compact binary coalescences with Bilby: Validation and application to the first LIGOâ€“Virgo gravitational-wave transient catalogue*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**499**, 3295 (arXiv:2006.00714) - Sarin, Lasky and Ashton (2020)
*Gravitational waves or deconfined quarks: what causes the premature collapse of neutron stars born in short gamma-ray bursts?*. Phys. Rev. D**101**, 063021 (arXiv:2001.06102) - Huebner, Talbot, Lasky and Thrane (2020)
*Thanks for the memory: measuring gravitational-wave memory in the first LIGO/Virgo gravitational-wave transient catalog*. Phys. Rev. D**101**, 023011 (arXiv:1911.12496) - Divarkala, Thrane, Lasky and Whiting (2020)
*Memory effect or cosmic string? Classifying gravitational-wave bursts with Bayesian inference*. Phys. Rev. D**102**, 023010 (arXiv:1911.07998) - Thrane, Oslowski and Lasky (2020)
*Ultra-relativistic astrophysics using multi-messenger observations of double neutron stars with LISA and the SKA*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. (arXiv:1910.12330) - Romero-Shaw, Lasky, and Thrane (2019)
*Searching for Eccentricity: Signatures of Dynamical Formation in the First Gravitational-Wave Transient Catalogue of LIGO and Virgo*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**490**, 5210 (arXiv:1909.05466) - Hernandez Vivanco, Smith, Thrane, Lasky, Talbot, and Raymond (2019)
*Measuring the neutron star equation of state with gravitational waves: the first forty binary neutron star mergers*. Phys. Rev. D**100**, 103009 (arXiv:1909.02698) - Banagiri, Coughlin, Clark, Lasky, et al. (2020)
*Constraining the Gravitational-Wave Afterglow From a Binary Neutron Star Coalescence*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**491**, 4945 (arXiv:1909.01934) - Ashton, Lasky, Graber, and Palfreyman (2019)
*Rotational evolution of the Vela pulsar during the 2016 glitch*. Nature Astronomy:**3**, 1143 (arXiv:1907.01124) - Hernandez Vivanco, Smith, Thrane, and Lasky (2019)
*Accelerated detection of the binary neutron star gravitational-wave background*. Phys. Rev. D**100**, 043023 (arXiv:1903.05578) - Sun, Melatos, and Lasky (2019)
*Tracking continuous gravitational waves from a neutron star at once and twice the spin frequency with a hidden Markov model*. Phys. Rev. D**99**, 123010 (arXiv:1903.03866) - Abbott et al. (2019)
*Search for gravitational waves from a long-lived remnant of the binary neutron star merger GW170817*. Astrophys. J.**875**, 160 (arXiv:1810.02581) - Ashton, Huebner, Lasky, Talbot et al. (2019)
*Bilby: A user-friendly Bayesian inference library for gravitational-wave astronomy*. Astrophys. J. Supp.**241**, 27 (arXiv:1811.02042) - Martynov et al. (2019)
*Exploring the sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors to neutron star physics*. Phys. Rev. D**99**, 102004 (arXiv:1901.03885) - Easter, Lasky, Casey, Rezzolla, and Takami (2019)
*Computing fast and reliable gravitational waveforms of binary neutron star merger remnants*. Phys. Rev. D**100**, 043005 (arXiv:1811.11183) - Sarin, Lasky, and Ashton (2019)
*X-ray afterglows of Short gamma-ray bursts: Magnetar or Fireball?*. Astrophys. J.**872**, 114 (arXiv:1812.08176) - Talbot, Thrane, Lasky, and Lin (2018)
*Gravitational-wave memory: waveforms and phenomenology*. Phys. Rev. D**98**, 064031 (arXiv:1807.00990) - Macpherson, Lasky, and Price (2018)
*The trouble with Hubble: Local versus global expansion rates in inhomogeneous cosmological simulations with numerical relativity*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**865**, L4 (arXiv:1807.01714) - Macpherson, Price, and Lasky (2018)
*Einstein's Universe: Cosmological structure formation in numerical relativity*. Phys. Rev. D**99**, 063522 (arXiv:1807.01711) - Woan, Pitkin, Haskell, Jones, and Lasky (2018)
*Evidence for a minimum ellipticity in millisecond pulsars*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**863**, L40 (arXiv:1806.02822) - Lower, Thrane, Lasky, and Smith (2018)
*Measuring eccentricity in binary black hole inspirals with gravitational waves*. Phys. Rev. D**98**, 083028 (arXiv:1806.05350) - Sarin, Lasky, Sammut and Ashton (2018)
*X-ray guided gravitational-wave search for binary neutron star merger remnants*. Phys. Rev. D**98**, 043011 (arXiv:1805.01481) - Zhu, Thrane, Oslowski, Levin and Lasky (2018)
*Inferring the populsation properties of binary neutron stars with gravitational-wave measurements of spin*. Phys. Rev. D**98**, 043002 (arXiv:1711.09226) - Abbott et al. (LIGO-Virgo Collaboration) (2017)
*Search for post-merger gravitational waves from the remnant of the binary neutron star merger GW170817*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**851**, L16 (arXiv:1710.09320) - Abbott et al. (LIGO-Virgo Collaboration) (2017)
*GW170817: Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Neutron Star Inspiral*. Phys. Rev. Lett.**119**, 161101 (arXiv:1710.05832) - Abbott et al. (LIGO-Virgo Collaboration) (2017)
*Gravitational Waves and Gamma-Rays from a Binary Neutron Star Merger: GW170817 and GRB 170817A*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**848**, L13 (arXiv:1710.05834) - Thrane, Lasky, and Levin (2017)
*Challenges testing the no-hair theorem with gravitational waves*. Phys. Rev. D**96**, 102004 (arXiv:1706.05152) - Lasky, Leris, Rowlinson, and Glampedakis (2017)
*The braking index of millisecond magnetars*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**843**, L1 (arXiv:1705.10005) - McNeill, Thrane, and Lasky (2017)
*Detecting Gravitational Wave Memory without Parent Signals*. Phys. Rev. Lett.**118**, 181103 (arXiv:1702.01759) - Macpherson, Lasky and Price (2017)
*Inhomogeneous Cosmology with Numerical Relativity*. Phys. Rev. D**95**, 064028 (arXiv:1611.05447) - Glampedakis and Lasky (2016)
*The freedom to choose neutron star magnetic field equilibria*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**463**, 2542 (arXiv:1607.05576) - Lasky, Thrane, Levin, Blackman and Chen (2016)
*Detecting gravitational-wave memory with LIGO: implications of GW150914*. Phys. Rev. Lett.**117**, 061102 (arXiv:1605.01415) - Sun, Melatos, Lasky, Chung and Darman (2016)
*Cross-correlation search for continuous gravitational waves from a compact object in SNR 1987A in LIGO Science Run 5*. Phys. Rev. D**94**, 082004 (arXiv:1610.00059) - Ravi and Lasky (2016; submitted)
*A neutron star progenitor for FRBs? Insights from polarisation measurements*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. (arXiv:1601.06131) - Lasky et al. (2016)
*Gravitational-wave cosmology across 29 decades in frequency*. Phys. Rev. X**6**, 011035 (arXiv:1511.05994) - Lasky and Glampedakis (2016)
*Observationally constraining gravitational wave emission from short gamma-ray burst remnants*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**458**, 1660 (arXiv:1512.05368) - Rosado, Lasky, Thrane, Zhu, Mandel, and Sesana (2016)
*The most distant observable massive objects*. Phys. Rev. Lett.**116**, 101102 (arXiv:1512.04950) - Howell, Rowlinson, Coward, Lasky, et al. (2015)
*Hunting gravitational waves with multi-messenger counterparts: Australia's role*. PASA (Invited review as part of a special issue on Gravitational Wave Astronomy)**32**, e046 (arXiv:1511.02959) - Shannon, Ravi, Lentati, Lasky, et al. (2015)
*Gravitational waves from binary supermassive black holes missing in pulsar observations*. Science**349**, 6255 (arXiv:1509.07320) - Lasky (2015)
*Gravitational Waves from Neutron Stars: A Review*. PASA (Invited review as part of a special issue on Gravitational Wave Astronomy)**32**, 034 (arXiv:1508.06643) - Messenger et al. (2015)
*Gravitational waves from Sco X-1: A comparison of search methods and prospects for detection with advanced detectors*. Phys. Rev. D**92**, 023006 (arXiv:1504.05889) - Glampedakis and Lasky (2015)
*Persistent crust-core spin lag in neutron stars*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**450**, 1638 (arXiv:1501.05473) - Lü, Zhang, Lei, Li and Lasky (2015)
*The millisecond magnetar central engine in short GRBs*. Astrophys. J.**805**, 89 (arXiv:1501.02589) - Lasky, Melatos, Ravi and Hobbs (2015)
*Pulsar timing noise and the minimum observation time to detect gravitational waves with pulsar timing arrays*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**449**, 3293 (arXiv:1503.03298) - Haskell, Priymak, Patruno, Oppenoorth, Melatos and Lasky (2015)
*Detecting gravitational waves from mountains on neutron stars in the Advanced Detector Era*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**450**, 2393 (arXiv:1501.06039) - Aasi et al. (The LIGO Scientific Collaboration) (2015)
*A directed search for gravitational waves from Scorpius X-1 with initial LIGO*. Phys. Rev. D**91**, 062008 (arXiv:1412.0605) - Coward, Branchesi, Howell, Lasky and Böer M. (2014)
*The detection efficiency of on-axis short gamma-ray burst optical afterglows triggered by aLIGO/Virgo*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**445**, 3575 (arXiv:1409.2600) - Priymak, Melatos, and Lasky (2014)
*Cyclotron line signatures of thermal and magnetic mountains from accreting neutron stars*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**445**, 2710 (arXiv:1409.3327) - Ravi and Lasky (2014)
*The birth of black holes: neutron star collapse times, gamma-ray bursts and fast radio bursts*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**441**, 2433 (arXiv:1403.6327) - Lasky, Haskell, Ravi, Howell and Coward (2014)
*Nuclear equation of state from observations of short gamma-ray burst remnants*. Phys. Rev. D**89**, 047302 (arXiv:1311.1352) - Lasky and Melatos (2013)
*Tilted torus magnetic fields in neutron stars and their gravitational wave signatures*. Phys. Rev. D**88**, 103005 (arXiv:1310.7633) - Mastrano, Lasky and Melatos (2013)
*Neutron star deformation due to multipolar magnetic fields*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**434**, 1658 (arXiv:1306.4503) - Lasky, Bennett and Melatos (2013)
*Stochastic gravitational wave background from hydrodynamic turbulence in differentially rotating neutron stars*. Phys. Rev. D**87**, 063004 (arXiv:1302.6033) - Fluke, Malec, Lasky and Barsdell (2012)
*Three-dimensional shapelets and an automated classification scheme for dark matter haloes*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**421**, 1499 (arXiv:1112.4532) - Lasky, Zink and Kokkotas (2012)
*Gravitational Waves and Hydromagnetic Instabilities in Rotating Magnetized Neutron Stars*. (arXiv:1203.3590) - Killedar, Lasky, Lewis and Fluke (2012)
*Gravitational lensing with three-dimensional ray tracing*. mnras**420**, 155 (arXiv:1110.4894) - Zink, Lasky and Kokkotas (2012)
*Are gravitational waves from giant magnetar flares observable?*. Phys. Rev. D**85**, 024030 (arXiv:1107.1689) - Fluke and Lasky (2011)
*Shape, shear and flexion - II. Quantifying the flexion formalism for extended sources with the ray-bundle method*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**416**, 1616 (arXiv:1101.4407) - Lasky, Zink, Kokkotas and Glampedakis (2011)
*Hydromagnetic Instabilities in Relativistic Neutron Stars*. Astrophys. J. Lett.**735**, L20 (arXiv:1105.1895) - Lasky and Doneva (2010)
*Stability and quasinormal modes of black holes in tensor-vector-scalar theory: Scalar field perturbations*. Phys. Rev. D**82**, 124068 (arXiv:1011.0747) - Lasky and Bolejko (2010)
*The effect of pressure gradients on luminosity distance-redshift relations*. Class. Q. Grav.**27**, 035011 (arXiv:1001.1159) - Lasky (2009)
*Black holes and neutron stars in the generalized tensor-vector-scalar theory*. Phys. Rev. D**80**, 081501 (arXiv:0910.0240) - Lasky and Fluke (2009)
*Shape, shear and flexion: an analytic flexion formalism for realistic mass profiles*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**396**, 2257 (arXiv:0904.1440) - Lasky, Sotani and Giannios (2008)
*Structure of neutron stars in tensor-vector-scalar theory*. Phys. Rev. D**78**, 104019 (arXiv:0811.2006) - Bolejko and Lasky (2008)
*Pressure gradients, shell-crossing singularities and acoustic oscillations - application to inhomogeneous cosmological models*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**391**, L59 (arXiv:0809.0334) - Forbes, Lasky, Graham and Spitler (2008)
*Uniting old stellar systems: from globular clusters to giant ellipticals*. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.**389**, 1924 (arXiv:0806.1090) - Lasky and Lun (2007)
*Gravitational collapse of spherically symmetric plasmas in Einstein-Maxwell spacetimes*. Phys. Rev. D**75**, 104010 (arXiv:0704.3634) - Lasky, Lun and Burston (2006)
*Initial value formalism for dust collapse*. The ANZIAM Journal**49**, 53 (arXiv:gr-qc/0606003) - Lasky and Lun (2007)
*Spherically symmetric gravitational collapse of general fluids*. Phys. Rev. D**75**, 024031 (arXiv:gr-qc/0612007) - Lasky and Lun (2006)
*Generalized Lemaitre-Tolman-Bondi solutions with pressure*. Phys. Rev. D**74**, 084013 (arXiv:gr-qc/0606055)