Tilman Hartwig

Assistant Professor at the University of Tokyo

Publications

Citation report via NASA/ADS: 650 citations, h-index=15

      1. Effect of the cosmological transition to metal-enriched star-formation on the hydrogen 21-cm signal
        M. Magg et al., submitted to MNRAS
        Paper on arXiv

      2. Optical Spectroscopy of Dual Quasar Candidates from the Subaru HSC-SSP program
        S. Tang et al., 2021, ApJ, 922, 83
        Paper on arXiv

      3. Origin of metals in old Milky Way halo stars based on GALAH and Gaia
        M. N. Ishigaki et al., 2021, MNRAS, 506, 5410
        Paper on arXiv

      4. Metal-Poor Stars Observed with the Southern African Large Telescope
        K. C. Rasmussen et al., 2020, ApJ, 905, 20
        Paper on arXiv

      5. Dual Supermassive Black Holes at Close Separation Revealed by the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program
        J. D. Silverman, S. Tang, K.-G. Lee, T. Hartwig, et al., 2020, ApJ, 899, 154
        Paper on arXiv

      6. Neural Networks Fail to Learn Periodic Functions and How to Fix It
        L. Ziyin, T. Hartwig, M. Ueda, accepted to NeurIPS
        Paper on arXiv

      7. Implications of inhomogeneous metal mixing for stellar archaeology
        Y. Tarumi, T. Hartwig, M. Magg, 2020, ApJ, 897, 58
        Paper on arXiv

      8. Radio Power from a Direct-Collapse Black Hole in CR7
        D. Whalen, M. Mezcua, A. Meiksin, T. Hartwig, M. Latif, 2020, ApJL, 896, 45
        Paper on arXiv

      9. On the Detection of Supermassive Primordial Stars. II. Blue Supergiants
        M. Surace, E. Zackrisson, D. Whalen, T. Hartwig, et al., 2019, MNRAS, 488, 3995
        Paper on arXiv

      10. Titans of the early Universe: The Prato statement on the origin of the first supermassive black holes
        T. Woods et al., 2019, PASA, 36, 27
        Paper on arXiv

      11. Formation of Carbon-Enhanced Metal-Poor Stars as a Consequence of Inhomogeneous Metal Mixing
        T. Hartwig, N. Yoshida, 2019, ApJL, 870, 3
        Paper on arXiv

      12. On the Detection of Supermassive Primordial Stars
        M. Surace, D. Whalen, T. Hartwig, et al., 2019, ApJL, 869, 39
        Paper on arXiv

      13. Fingerprint of the first stars: multi-enriched extremely metal-poor stars in the TOPoS survey
        T. Hartwig, M. Ishigaki, R. Klessen, N. Yoshida, 2019, MNRAS, 482, 1204
        Paper on arXiv

      14. Statistical predictions for the first black holes
        T. Hartwig, published in the review volume "Formation of the First Black Holes", Latif, M. and Schleicher, D. R. G., eds., World Scientific Publishing Company, 2018, pp 161-175
        Chapter on arXiv

      15. Gravitational Wave Signals from the First Massive Black Hole Seeds
        T. Hartwig, B. Agarwal, J. Regan, 2018, MNRAS, 479, L23
        Paper on arXiv

      16. Survey strategies for the first supernovae with JWST
        T. Hartwig, V. Bromm, A. Loeb, MNRAS, 479, 2202
        Paper on arXiv

      17. Descendants of the first stars: the distinct chemical signature of second generation stars
        T. Hartwig, N. Yoshida, M. Magg, A. Frebel, S. C. O. Glover, F. A. Gomez, B. Griffen, M. N. Ishigaki, A. P. Ji, R. S. Klessen, B. W. O'Shea, N. Tominaga, MNRAS, 478, 1795
        Paper on arXiv

      18. Active Galactic Nuclei outflows in galaxy discs
        T. Hartwig, M. Volonteri, G. Dashyan, 2018, MNRAS, 476, 2288
        Paper on arXiv

      19. AGN feedback in dwarf galaxies?
        G. Dashyan, J. Silk, G. Mamon, Y. Dubois, T. Hartwig, 2018, MNRAS, 473, 5698
        Paper on arXiv

      20. Predicting the locations of possible long-lived low-mass first stars: Importance of satellite dwarf galaxies
        M. Magg, T. Hartwig, B. Agarwal, A. Frebel, S. C. O. Glover, B. F. Griffen, R. S. Klessen, 2018, MNRAS, 473, 5308
        Paper on arXiv

      21. PhD Thesis: Formation and Growth of the First Supermassive Black Holes
        T. Hartwig, 2017, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie
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      22. A New Statistical Model for Population III Supernova Rates: Discriminating Between ΛCDM and WDM Cosmologies
        M. Magg, T. Hartwig, S. C. O. Glover, R. S. Klessen, D. J. Whalen, 2016, MNRAS, 462, 3591
        Paper on arXiv

      23. Exploring the nature of the Lyman-α emitter CR7
        T. Hartwig, M. A. Latif, M. Magg, V. Bromm, R. S. Klessen, S. C. O. Glover, D. J. Whalen, E. W. Pellegrini, M. Volonteri, 2016, MNRAS, 462, 2184
        Paper on arXiv

      24. Gravitational waves from the remnants of the first stars
        T. Hartwig, M. Volonteri, V. Bromm, R. S. Klessen, E. Barausse, M. Magg, A. Stacy, 2016, MNRAS, 460, L74
        Paper on arXiv

      25. Witnessing the birth of a supermassive protostar
        M. A. Latif, D. R. G. Schleicher, T. Hartwig, 2016, MNRAS, 458, 233
        Paper on arXiv

      26. How an improved implementation of H2 self-shielding influences the formation of massive stars and black holes
        T. Hartwig, S. C. O. Glover, R. S. Klessen, M. A. Latif, M. Volonteri, 2015, MNRAS, 452, 1233
        Paper on arXiv

      27. Constraining the primordial initial mass function with stellar archaeology
        T. Hartwig, V. Bromm, R. S. Klessen, S. C. O. Glover, 2015, MNRAS, 447, 3892
        Paper on arXiv

      28. A New Approach to Determine Optically Thick H2 Cooling and its Effect on Primordial Star Formation
        T. Hartwig, P. C. Clark, S. C. O. Glover, R. S. Klessen, M. Sasaki, 2015, ApJ, 799, 114
        Paper on arXiv

      29. Master Thesis: Improving Optically Thick H2 Line Cooling in Simulations of Primordial Star Formation and its Effect on Fragmentation
        T. Hartwig, 2014, University of Heidelberg
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      30. Bachelor Thesis: Determination of the Hubble Constant by Gravitational Lensing
        T. Hartwig, 2011, University of Heidelberg
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