Published Papers

Authored & co-authored published papers:

 

  • Effective temperatures of cataclysmic-variable white dwarfs as a probe of their evolution

    • and 29 more
  • UY Puppis – New Anomalous Z Cam Type Dwarf Nova

  • Survey of period variations of superhumps in SU UMa-type dwarf novae. VIII. The eighth year (2015-2016)

    • and 75 more
  • Survey of period variations of superhumps in SU UMa-type dwarf novae. VII. The seventh year (2014-2015)

    • and 89 more
  • Discovery of an “Eclipse” in the WC9d-Type Wolf-Rayet Star, WR 53

  • Survey of period variations of superhumps in SU UMa-type dwarf novae. VI. The sixth year (2013-2014)

    • and 83 more
  • OQ Carinae – A New Southern Z Cam Type Dwarf Nova

  • ST Chamaeleontis and BP Coronae Australis: Two Southern Dwarf Novae Confirmed as Z Cam Stars

    • and 1 more
  • Z Cam Stars in the Twenty-First Century

    • and 12 more
  • Survey of period variations of superhumps in SU UMa-type dwarf novae. V. The fifth year (2012-2013)

    • and 84 more
  • The 2011 Eruption of the Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis: The Discovery, the Pre-eruption Rise, the Pre-eruption Orbital Period, and the Reason for the Long Delay

    • and 10 more
  • Survey of Period Variations of Superhumps in SU UMa-Type Dwarf Novae. IV. The Fourth Year (2011-2012)

    • and 84 more
  • Rod Stubbings: 200,000th Variable Star Estimate

  • Nova Centauri 2012 = PNV J13410800-5815470.

    • and 5 more
  • Nova Centauri 2012 = Pnv J13410800-5815470

    • and 5 more
  • Survey of Period Variations of Superhumps in SU UMa-Type Dwarf Novae. III. The Third Year (2010-2011)

    • and 75 more
  • PR Lupi = Nova Lupi 2011 = Pnv J14542000-5505030

    • and 8 more
  • The 2011 Eruption of the Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis; the Discovery, the Pre-eruption Rise, the Pre-eruption Orbital Period, and the Reason for the Long Delay

    • and 10 more
  • The First Historical Standstill of WW Ceti

  • Survey of Period Variations of Superhumps in SU UMa-Type Dwarf Novae. II The Second Year (2009-2010)

    • and 56 more
  • Survey of Period Variations of Superhumps in SU UMa-Type Dwarf Novae

    • and 139 more
  • WX Ceti

    • and 10 more
  • The 2006 November Outburst of EG Aquarii: the SU UMa Nature Revealed

    • and 32 more
  • Photometric Studies of New Southern SUUMa-Type Dwarf Novae, FL Trianguli Australis and CTCV J0549–4921

    • and 4 more
  • GW Librae

    • and 1 more
  • GW Librae

    • and 3 more
  • EG Aquarii

  • EG Aquarii

    • and 5 more
  • EG Aquarii

    • and 8 more
  • VY Aquarii

    • and 18 more
  • Outburst of a Black Hole X-ray Binary V4641 Sgr in 2004 July

    • and 16 more
  • TV Corvi revisited: Precursor and superhump period derivative linked to the disk instability model

    • and 9 more
  • Optical Observation of the 2003 Outburst of a Black Hole X-Ray Binary, V4641 Sagittarii

    • and 10 more
  • New SU UMa-Type Dwarf Nova V344 Pav

  • A Deeply Eclipsing SU UMa-Type Dwarf Nova with the Shortest Orbital Period, XZ Eridani

    • and 10 more
  • V803 Centauri: Helium Dwarf Nova Mimicking a WZ Sge-Type Superoutburst

    • and 3 more
  • Outburst and Post-Outburst Active Phase of the Black Hole X-Ray Binary V4641 Sagittarii in 2002

    • and 19 more
  • Photometric study of new southern SU UMa-type dwarf novae and candidates – III. NSV 10934, MM Sco, AB Nor and CAL 86

    • and 6 more
  • VY Scl-Type Star V504 Cen

  • Photometric study of new southern SU UMa-type dwarf novae and candidates – II. Authentication of BF Ara as a normal SU UMa-type dwarf nova with the shortest supercycle

    • and 5 more
  • Nova Sagittarii 2003 and V2377 Sagittarii

    • and 9 more
  • Photometric study of new southern SU UMa-type dwarf novae and candidates: V877 Ara, KK Tel and PU CMa

    • and 10 more
  • Two X-ray bright cataclysmic variables with unusual activities: GZ Cnc and NSV 10934

    • and 6 more
  • The nature of V359 Centauri revealed: New long-period SU UMa-type dwarf nova.

    • and 12 more
  • Rapid Optical Fluctuations in the Black Hole Binary V4641 Sagittarii

    • and 8 more
  • NSV 10934: an Unusual ROSAT-Selected Dwarf Nova: An Analogous Object to HT Cam?

    • and 4 more
  • Unusually Increased Activity of GZ Cnc

    • and 1 more
  • The 1999 Optical Outburst of the Fast X-Ray Nova, V4641 Sagittarii

    • and 3 more
  • The 2000-2001 Superoutburst of the WZ Sge-Type Star RZ Leonis: A Clue to Understanding the Origin of Viscosity in Quiescent Dwarf Nova Disks

    • and 15 more
  • On the Supercycle of Two Eclipsing SU UMa-type Dwarf Novae: V2051 Oph and IY UMa

    • and 3 more
  • U Piscis Austrini–An RR Lyrae Type Variable

  • Detection of Supercycle in BF Ara: Normal SU UMa-type Dwarf Nova with the Shortest Supercycle

    • and 2 more
  • RX Cha: New Long-period SU UMa-type Dwarf Nova

    • and 2 more
  • On the Supercycle Length of HS Vir

    • and 4 more
  • Unusual Slow Fading of Standstill in AT Cnc

    • and 7 more
  • Standstill of the Helium ER UMa Star, V803 Cen

    • and 2 more
  • GU Sagittarii

    • and 2 more
  • Unusual Short-Period Dwarf Nova RX J2315.5-3049

    • and 3 more
  • Possible Nova in Puppis

    • and 2 more
  • RZ Leonis

  • Nova in the Large Magellanic Cloud 2000

  • V803 Cen – the Second “Helium ER UMa Star”

    • and 1 more
  • V803 Centauri: A Helium-rich Dwarf Nova

    • and 3 more
  • Outbursts of EX Hydrae: mass-transfer events or disc instabilities?

    • and 5 more
  • Preoutburst Activity of V4641 Sgr = SAX J1819.3-2525: Possible Existence of 2.5-Day Period

    • and 2 more
  • GM Sagittarii and SAX J1819.3-2525 = XTE J1819-254

    • and 3 more
  • CCD Photometry of the 1999 Outburst of CG CMa

  • Nova Circini 1999

    • and 1 more
  • V4444 Sagittarii

    • and 3 more
  • TU Crateris

    • and 1 more
  • V4334 Sagittarii

    • and 1 more
  • The short mean cycle of V485 Centauri.

  • The dwarf nova BF Arae has a short outburst cycle.

  • The mean cycle of V373 Centauri.

  • The dwarf nova MM Scorpii probably has a short mean cycle.

  • Results from long term monitoring of BB Velorum.

  • The dwarf nova BI Orionis.

  • CW Monocerotis requires closer monitoring.

  • Nova Circini 1995

    • and 3 more
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