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James Doherty

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Professional biography

James is an observational astronomer involved in the search for planets around stars beyond the Solar System. He is looking for extreme, short-period exoplanets that are losing mass due to proximity to their host stars. James observes with some of the world's most advanced telescopes and instruments, including HARPS in La Silla, Chile, the South African Large Telescope, and SOPHIE at OHP, France. He employs sophisticated data analysis and statistical techniques to find planetary signals.

Publications

A compact multi-planet system around a bright nearby star from the Dispersed Matter Planet Project (2019-12-23)
Staab, D.; Haswell, C. A.; Barnes, J. R.; Anglada-Escudé, G.; Fossati, L.; Doherty, J. P. J.; Cooper, J.; Jenkins, J. S.; Díaz, M. R. and Soto, M. G.
Nature Astronomy ((Early Access))


An ablating 2.6 M planet in an eccentric binary from the Dispersed Matter Planet Project (2019-12-23)
Barnes, John R,; Haswell, Carole A.; Staab, Daniel; Anglada-Escudé, Guillem; Fossati, Luca; Doherty, James P. J.; Cooper, Joseph; Jenkins, James S.; Díaz, Matías R.; Soto, Maritza G. and Peña Rojas, Pablo A.
Nature Astronomy ((Early Access))


Enshrouding & Star-planet Interactions in Close-orbiting Systems (2020-11-05)
Doherty, James
PhD thesis The Open University