Elias Roland Most
Elias Roland Most
Princeton University & Institute for Advanced Study
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Using gravitational-wave observations and quasi-universal relations to constrain the maximum mass of neutron stars
L Rezzolla, ER Most, LR Weih
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 852 (2), L25, 2018
4352018
New constraints on radii and tidal deformabilities of neutron stars from GW170817
ER Most, LR Weih, L Rezzolla, J Schaffner-Bielich
Physical review letters 120 (26), 261103, 2018
4142018
Signatures of quark-hadron phase transitions in general-relativistic neutron-star mergers
ER Most, LJ Papenfort, V Dexheimer, M Hanauske, S Schramm, ...
Physical review letters 122 (6), 061101, 2019
1532019
A lower bound on the maximum mass if the secondary in GW190814 was once a rapidly spinning neutron star
ER Most, LJ Papenfort, LR Weih, L Rezzolla
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters 499 (1), L82-L86, 2020
452020
Gravitational collapse to a Kerr–Newman black hole
A Nathanail, ER Most, L Rezzolla
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters 469 (1), L31-L35, 2017
422017
On the stability and maximum mass of differentially rotating relativistic stars
LR Weih, ER Most, L Rezzolla
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters 473 (1), L126-L130, 2018
382018
Neutron star mergers: probing the EoS of hot, dense matter by gravitational waves
M Hanauske, J Steinheimer, A Motornenko, V Vovchenko, L Bovard, ...
Particles 2 (1), 44-56, 2019
362019
On the deconfinement phase transition in neutron-star mergers
ER Most, LJ Papenfort, V Dexheimer, M Hanauske, H Stoecker, ...
The European Physical Journal A 56 (2), 1-11, 2020
272020
Beyond second-order convergence in simulations of magnetized binary neutron stars with realistic microphysics
ER Most, LJ Papenfort, L Rezzolla
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 490 (3), 3588-3600, 2019
252019
Constrained transport and adaptive mesh refinement in the Black Hole Accretion Code
H Olivares, O Porth, J Davelaar, ER Most, CM Fromm, Y Mizuno, Z Younsi, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 629, A61, 2019
232019
General-relativistic Resistive Magnetohydrodynamics with Robust Primitive-variable Recovery for Accretion Disk Simulations
B Ripperda, F Bacchini, O Porth, ER Most, H Olivares, A Nathanail, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 244 (1), 10, 2019
222019
Optimal neutron-star mass ranges to constrain the equation of state of nuclear matter with electromagnetic and gravitational-wave observations
LR Weih, ER Most, L Rezzolla
The Astrophysical Journal 881 (1), 73, 2019
212019
Electromagnetic Precursors to Gravitational-wave Events: Numerical Simulations of Flaring in Pre-merger Binary Neutron Star Magnetospheres
ER Most, AA Philippov
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 893 (1), L6, 2020
152020
Impact of high spins on the ejection of mass in GW170817
ER Most, LJ Papenfort, A Tsokaros, L Rezzolla
The Astrophysical Journal 884 (1), 40, 2019
142019
Detecting the hadron-quark phase transition with gravitational waves
M Hanauske, L Bovard, E Most, J Papenfort, J Steinheimer, A Motornenko, ...
Universe 5 (6), 156, 2019
142019
Electromagnetic emission from blitzars and its impact on non-repeating fast radio bursts
ER Most, A Nathanail, L Rezzolla
The Astrophysical Journal 864 (2), 117, 2018
142018
GW170817 and GW190814: tension on the maximum mass
A Nathanail, ER Most, L Rezzolla
arXiv preprint arXiv:2101.01735, 2021
82021
MAGIC-how MAtter’s extreme phases can be revealed in Gravitational wave observations and in relativistic heavy Ion Collision experiments
M Hanauske, L Bovard, J Steinheimer, A Motornenko, V Vovchenko, ...
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1271 (1), 012023, 2019
82019
The heavier the better: how to constrain mass ratios and spins of high-mass neutron star mergers
ER Most, LR Weih, L Rezzolla
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters 496 (1), L16-L21, 2020
52020
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 852
L Rezzolla, ER Most, LR Weih
L25, 2018
52018
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