Publications

Updated 1/2021. For the most up to date list, see ADS

 

  1. Gardner, Tyler, and 21 colleagues, “ARMADA. I. Triple Companions Detected in B-type Binaries α Del and ν Gem”, (2021), AJ, 161, 40.
  2. Bowler, Brendan P., and 9 colleagues, “The McDonald Accelerating Stars Survey (MASS): White Dwarf Companions Accelerating the Sun-like Stars 12 Psc and HD 159062”, (2020), arXiv, arXiv:2012.04847.
  3. Tobin, John J., and 15 colleagues, “The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Orion Protostars. IV. Unveiling the Embedded Intermediate-Mass Protostar and Disk within OMC2-FIR3/HOPS-370”, (2020), ApJ, 905, 162.
  4. Reynolds, Nickalas K., and 9 colleagues, “Kinematic Analysis of a Protostellar Multiple System: Measuring the Protostar Masses and Assessing Gravitational Instability in the Disks of L1448 IRS3B and L1448 IRS3A”, (2020), arXiv, arXiv:2011.08293.
  5. Poovelil, Vijith Jacob, and 12 colleagues, “Open Cluster Chemical Homogeneity throughout the Milky Way”, (2020), ApJ, 903, 55.
  6. Vargas-Salazar, Irene, and 6 colleagues, “A Search for In Situ Field OB Star Formation in the Small Magellanic Cloud”, (2020), ApJ, 903, 42.
  7. Petrovich, Cristobal, Muñoz, Diego J., Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Malhotra, Renu, “A Disk-driven Resonance as the Origin of High Inclinations of Close-in Planets”, (2020), ApJL, 902, L5.
  8. Mazzola, Christine N., and 22 colleagues, “The close binary fraction as a function of stellar parameters in APOGEE: a strong anticorrelation with α abundances”, (2020), MNRAS, 499, 1607.
  9. Krumholz, Mark R., Ireland, Michael J., and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Dynamics of small grains in transitional discs”, (2020), MNRAS, 498, 3023.
  10. Smullen, Rachel A., and 4 colleagues, “The highly variable time evolution of star-forming cores identified with dendrograms”, (2020), MNRAS, 497, 4517.
  11. Rainot, A., and 15 colleagues, “Carina High-contrast Imaging Project for massive Stars (CHIPS). I. Methodology and proof of concept on QZ Car (≡ HD 93206)”, (2020), A&A, 640, A15.
  12. Krapp, Leonardo, Youdin, Andrew N., Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Benítez-Llambay, Pablo, “Dust settling instability in protoplanetary discs”, (2020), MNRAS, 497, 2715.
  13. Wyse, Rosemary F. G., Moe, Maxwell, and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “The rich lack close neighbours: the dependence of blue-straggler fraction on metallicity”, (2020), MNRAS, 493, 6109.
  14. Tobin, John J., and 35 colleagues, “The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Orion Protostars. II. A Statistical Characterization of Class 0 and Class I Protostellar Disks”, (2020), ApJ, 890, 130.
  15. Muñoz, Diego J., Lai, Dong, Kratter, Kaitlin, and Miranda, Ryan, “Circumbinary Accretion from Finite and Infinite Disks”, (2020), ApJ, 889, 114.
  16. Kollmeier, Juna A., and 22 colleagues, “Astro2020 APC White Paper: Theoretical Astrophysics 2020-2030”, (2019), arXiv, arXiv:1912.09992.
  17. Moe, Maxwell and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Impact of Binary Stars on Planet Statistics — I. Planet Occurrence Rates, Trends with Stellar Mass, and Wide Companions to Hot Jupiter Hosts”, (2019), arXiv, arXiv:1912.01699.
  18. Lee, Aaron T., and 4 colleagues, “The Formation and Evolution of Wide-orbit Stellar Multiples In Magnetized Clouds”, (2019), ApJ, 887, 232.
  19. Tobin, John J., and 33 colleagues, “The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Orion Protostars. I. Identifying and Characterizing the Protostellar Content of the OMC-2 FIR4 and OMC-2 FIR3 Regions”, (2019), ApJ, 886, 6.
  20. Sutherland, Adam P. and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Instabilities in multiplanet circumbinary systems”, (2019), MNRAS, 487, 3288.
  21. Neveu, M., Canup, R. M., and Kratter, K. M., “On the Origin of the Pluto System”, (2019), LPICo, 2133, 7027.
  22. Tobin, John, and 15 colleagues, “The Formation and Evolution of Multiple Star Systems”, (2019), BAAS, 51, 187.
  23. Wagner, Kevin, Apai, Dániel, and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “On the Mass Function, Multiplicity, and Origins of Wide-orbit Giant Planets”, (2019), ApJ, 877, 46.
  24. Kounkel, Marina, and 28 colleagues, “Close Companions around Young Stars”, (2019), AJ, 157, 196.
  25. Tobin, John J., and 15 colleagues, “Astro2020 Science White Paper: The Formation and Evolution of Multiple Star Systems”, (2019), arXiv, arXiv:1904.08442.
  26. Moe, Maxwell, Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Badenes, Carles, “The Close Binary Fraction of Solar-type Stars Is Strongly Anticorrelated with Metallicity”, (2019), ApJ, 875, 61.
  27. Zhang, Yichen, and 8 colleagues, “Dynamics of a massive binary at birth”, (2019), NatAs, 3, 517.
  28. McCann, John, Murray-Clay, Ruth A., Kratter, Kaitlin, and Krumholz, Mark R., “Morphology of Hydrodynamic Winds: A Study of Planetary Winds in Stellar Environments”, (2019), ApJ, 873, 89.
  29. Zhang, Yichen, and 9 colleagues, “An Ordered Envelope-Disk Transition in the Massive Protostellar Source G339.88-1.26”, (2019), ApJ, 873, 73.
  30. Hammer, Michael, Pinilla, Paola, Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Lin, Min-Kai, “Observational diagnostics of elongated planet-induced vortices with realistic planet formation time-scales”, (2019), MNRAS, 482, 3609.
  31. Rainot, A., and 14 colleagues, “Towards constraints on massive galactic stars using VLT/SPHERE with high-contrast imaging”, (2019), MmSAI, 90, 366.
  32. Dupuy, Trent J., Brandt, Timothy D., Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Bowler, Brendan P., “A Model-independent Mass and Moderate Eccentricity for β Pic b”, (2019), ApJL, 871, L4.
  33. Morrison, Sarah J. and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Gap formation in planetesimal discs via divergently migrating planets”, (2018), MNRAS, 481, 5180.
  34. Stone, Jordan M., and 35 colleagues, “The LEECH Exoplanet Imaging Survey: Limits on Planet Occurrence Rates under Conservative Assumptions”, (2018), AJ, 156, 286.
  35. Tobin, John J., and 10 colleagues, “The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Perseus Protostars. VI. Characterizing the Formation Mechanism for Close Multiple Systems”, (2018), ApJ, 867, 43.
  36. Tychoniec, Łukasz, and 13 colleagues, “The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity Survey of Perseus Protostars (VANDAM). IV. Free-Free Emission from Protostars: Links to Infrared Properties, Outflow Tracers, and Protostellar Disk Masses”, (2018), ApJS, 238, 19.
  37. Segura-Cox, Dominique M., and 10 colleagues, “The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity Survey of Perseus Protostars (VANDAM). V. 18 Candidate Disks around Class 0 and I Protostars in the Perseus Molecular Cloud”, (2018), ApJ, 866, 161.
  38. Dupuy, Trent J., and 8 colleagues, “The Hawaii Infrared Parallax Program. III. 2MASS J0249-0557 c: A Wide Planetary-mass Companion to a Low-mass Binary in the β Pic Moving Group”, (2018), AJ, 156, 57.
  39. Monnier, John D., and 78 colleagues, “Planet formation imager: project update”, (2018), SPIE, 10701, 1070118.
  40. Bowler, Brendan P., and 13 colleagues, “Orbit and Dynamical Mass of the Late-T Dwarf GL 758 B”, (2018), AJ, 155, 159.
  41. Moe, Maxwell and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Dynamical Formation of Close Binaries during the Pre-main-sequence Phase”, (2018), ApJ, 854, 44.
  42. Cox, Erin G., and 8 colleagues, “Protoplanetary Disks in ρ Ophiuchus as Seen from ALMA”, (2017), ApJ, 851, 83.
  43. Rainot, Alan, and 11 colleagues, “CHIPS: The Carina High-contrast Imaging Project of massive Stars”, (2017), IAUS, 329, 436.
  44. Baehr, Hans, Klahr, Hubert, and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “The Fragmentation Criteria in Local Vertically Stratified Self-gravitating Disk Simulations”, (2017), ApJ, 848, 40.
  45. Smullen, Rachel A. and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “The fate of debris in the Pluto-Charon system”, (2017), MNRAS, 466, 4480.
  46. Hammer, Michael, Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Lin, Min-Kai, “Slowly-growing gap-opening planets trigger weaker vortices”, (2017), MNRAS, 466, 3533.
  47. Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Constraints from Planets in Binaries”, (2017), ASSL, 445, 315.
  48. MacGregor, Meredith A., and 9 colleagues, “ALMA Measurements of Circumstellar Material in the GQ Lup System”, (2017), ApJ, 835, 17.
  49. Tobin, John J., and 11 colleagues, “A triple protostar system formed via fragmentation of a gravitationally unstable disk”, (2016), Natur, 538, 483.
  50. Smullen, Rachel A., Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Shannon, Andrew, “Planet scattering around binaries: ejections, not collisions”, (2016), MNRAS, 461, 1288.
  51. Kratter, Kaitlin and Lodato, Giuseppe, “Gravitational Instabilities in Circumstellar Disks”, (2016), ARA&A, 54, 271.
  52. Crepp, Justin R., and 33 colleagues, “iLocater: a diffraction-limited Doppler spectrometer for the Large Binocular Telescope”, (2016), SPIE, 9908, 990819.
  53. Kraus, Stefan, and 77 colleagues, “Planet Formation Imager (PFI): science vision and key requirements”, (2016), SPIE, 9907, 99071K.
  54. Sallum, Steph, and 19 colleagues, “Imaging protoplanets: observing transition disks with non-redundant masking”, (2016), SPIE, 9907, 99070D.
  55. Wagner, Kevin, and 6 colleagues, “Direct imaging discovery of a Jovian exoplanet within a triple-star system”, (2016), Sci, 353, 673.
  56. Lin, Min-Kai and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “On the Gravitational Stability of Gravito-turbulent Accretion Disks”, (2016), ApJ, 824, 91.
  57. Morrison, Sarah J. and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Orbital Stability of Multi-planet Systems: Behavior at High Masses”, (2016), ApJ, 823, 118.
  58. Stone, Jordan M., and 11 colleagues, “Adaptive Optics imaging of VHS 1256-1257: A Low Mass Companion to a Brown Dwarf Binary System”, (2016), ApJL, 818, L12.
  59. Tobin, John J., and 10 colleagues, “The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity Survey of Perseus Protostars (VANDAM). II. Multiplicity of Protostars in the Perseus Molecular Cloud”, (2016), ApJ, 818, 73.
  60. Segura-Cox, Dominique M., and 10 colleagues, “The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity Survey: First Look at Resolved Candidate Disks around Class 0 and I Protostars in the Perseus Molecular Cloud”, (2016), ApJL, 817, L14.
  61. Dupuy, Trent J., and 7 colleagues, “Orbital Architectures of Planet-hosting Binaries. I. Forming Five Small Planets in the Truncated Disk of Kepler-444A”, (2016), ApJ, 817, 80.
  62. Cox, Erin G., and 12 colleagues, “High-resolution 8 mm and 1 cm Polarization of IRAS 4A from the VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey”, (2015), ApJL, 814, L28.
  63. Lee, Katherine I., and 20 colleagues, “Mass Assembly of Stellar Systems and Their Evolution with the SMA (MASSES). Multiplicity and the Physical Environment in L1448N”, (2015), ApJ, 814, 114.
  64. Sallum, S., and 16 colleagues, “Accreting protoplanets in the LkCa 15 transition disk”, (2015), Natur, 527, 342.
  65. Tripathi, Anjali, Kratter, Kaitlin M., Murray-Clay, Ruth A., and Krumholz, Mark R., “Simulated Photoevaporative Mass Loss from Hot Jupiters in 3D”, (2015), ApJ, 808, 173.
  66. Tobin, J. J., and 11 colleagues, “Revolutionizing our View of Protostellar Multiplicity and Disks: The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of the Perseus Molecular Cloud”, (2015), EAS, 75-76, 273.
  67. Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Star formation: Sibling rivalry begins at birth”, (2015), Natur, 518, 173.
  68. Muñoz, D. J., and 4 colleagues, “Stellar orbit evolution in close circumstellar disc encounters”, (2015), MNRAS, 446, 2010.
  69. Tobin, John J., and 13 colleagues, “The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Perseus Protostars. Resolving the Sub-arcsecond Binary System in NGC 1333 IRAS2A”, (2015), ApJ, 798, 61.
  70. Muñoz, D. J., Kratter, K., Springel, V., and Hernquist, L., “Planet-disc interaction on a freely moving mesh”, (2014), MNRAS, 445, 3475.
  71. Stassun, Keivan G., Scholz, Aleks, Dupuy, Trent J., and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “The Impact of Chromospheric Activity on Observed Initial Mass Functions”, (2014), ApJ, 796, 119.
  72. Sana, H., and 14 colleagues, “Southern Massive Stars at High Angular Resolution: Observational Campaign and Companion Detection”, (2014), ApJS, 215, 15.
  73. Bechter, E., and 19 colleagues, “The iLocater Doppler Spectrometer”, (2014), ebi..conf, P3.65.
  74. Kratter, Kaitlin M. and Shannon, Andrew, “Planet packing in circumbinary systems”, (2014), MNRAS, 437, 3727.
  75. Kratter, K. M., “Planet Formation: Knowing the Progenitors and the Progeny”, (2013), nha..conf, 13.
  76. Welsh, William, and 17 colleagues, “Kepler’s Unparalleled Exploration of the Time Dimension”, (2013), arXiv, arXiv:1309.1176.
  77. Vashishtha, Malini, and 19 colleagues, “Targeting H3K4 trimethylation in Huntington disease”, (2013), PNAS, 110, E3027.
  78. Zhao, Bo, Li, Zhi-Yun, and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Effect of Magnetic Misalignment on Protobinary Evolution”, (2013), arXiv, arXiv:1308.0830.
  79. Tripathi, Anjali, Kratter, Kaitlin, Krumholz, Mark, and Murray-Clay, Ruth, “Simulating Photoevaporative Mass Loss from Hot Jupiters in 3D”, (2013), prpl.conf,.
  80. Harding, L. K., and 6 colleagues, “Spin-orbit alignment in the very low mass binary regime. The L dwarf tight binary 2MASSW J0746425+200032AB”, (2013), A&A, 554, A113.
  81. Kratter, K. M., “The Formation and Evolution of Massive Binaries”, (2012), ASPC, 465, 451.
  82. Perets, Hagai B. and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “The Triple Evolution Dynamical Instability: Stellar Collisions in the Field and the Formation of Exotic Binaries”, (2012), ApJ, 760, 99.
  83. Stassun, Keivan G., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Scholz, Aleks, and Dupuy, Trent J., “Correcting for Activity Effects on the Temperatures, Radii, and Estimated Masses of Low-Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs”, (2012), arXiv, arXiv:1209.1756.
  84. Stassun, Keivan G., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Scholz, Aleks, and Dupuy, Trent J., “An Empirical Correction for Activity Effects on the Temperatures, Radii, and Estimated Masses of Low-mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs”, (2012), ApJ, 756, 47.
  85. Conroy, Charlie and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Runaway Stars and the Escape of Ionizing Radiation from High-redshift Galaxies”, (2012), ApJ, 755, 123.
  86. Youdin, Andrew N., Kratter, Kaitlin M., and Kenyon, Scott J., “Circumbinary Chaos: Using Pluto’s Newest Moon to Constrain the Masses of Nix and Hydra”, (2012), ApJ, 755, 17.
  87. Kratter, Kaitlin M. and Perets, Hagai B., “Star Hoppers: Planet Instability and Capture in Evolving Binary Systems”, (2012), ApJ, 753, 91.
  88. Kratter, Kaitlin M. and Murray-Clay, Ruth A., “Fragment Production and Survival in Irradiated Disks: A Comprehensive Cooling Criterion”, (2011), ApJ, 740, 1.
  89. Lin, Min-Kai, Krumholz, Mark R., and Kratter, Kaitlin M., “Spin-down of protostars through gravitational torques”, (2011), MNRAS, 416, 580.
  90. Perets, H. B. and Kratter, K. M., “Formation of Compact Binaries in Destabilised Evolved Triples”, (2011), ASPC, 447, 61.
  91. Kratter, K. M., “The Formation of Close Binaries”, (2011), ASPC, 447, 47.
  92. Offner, Stella S. R., and 4 colleagues, “The Formation of Low-mass Binary Star Systems Via Turbulent Fragmentation”, (2010), ApJ, 725, 1485.
  93. Kratter, Kaitlin M., Murray-Clay, Ruth A., and Youdin, Andrew N., “The Runts of the Litter: Why Planets Formed Through Gravitational Instability Can Only Be Failed Binary Stars”, (2010), ApJ, 710, 1375.
  94. Kratter, Kaitlin M., Matzner, Christopher D., Krumholz, Mark R., and Klein, Richard I., “On the Role of Disks in the Formation of Stellar Systems: A Numerical Parameter Study of Rapid Accretion”, (2010), ApJ, 708, 1585.
  95. Kratter, Kaitlin M., Matzner, Christopher D., and Krumholz, Mark R., “Global Models for the Evolution of Embedded, Accreting Protostellar Disks”, (2008), ApJ, 681, 375.
  96. Kratter, K. M., Matzner, C. D., and Krumholz, M. R., “Embedded, Accreting Disks in Massive Star Formation”, (2008), ASPC, 387, 262.
  97. Kratter, Kaitlin, “Global Models for the Evolution of Embedded Accreting Protostellar Disk”, (2007), sftn.conf, 44.
  98. Kratter, Kaitlin M., Carter, Lynn M., and Campbell, Donald B., “An expanded view of Lada Terra, Venus: New Arecibo radar observations of Quetzalpetlatl Corona and surrounding flows”, (2007), JGRE, 112, E04008.
  99. Hinkley, Sasha, and 10 colleagues, “Temporal Evolution of Coronagraphic Dynamic Range and Constraints on Companions to Vega”, (2007), ApJ, 654, 633.
  100. Kratter, Kaitlin M. and Matzner, Christopher D., “Fragmentation of massive protostellar discs”, (2006), MNRAS, 373, 1563.
  101. Soummer, R., and 10 colleagues, “The Lyot project coronagraph: data processing and performance analysis”, (2006), EAS, 22, 199.