Publications

Refereed journal publications are listed by year below. For a list including papers in review, white papers, and interdisciplinary publications, please see my CV. All articles below are available on the arXiv.

2024

(40) N. Glennon, N. Musoke, E. O. Nadler, C. Prescod-Weinstein, and R. H. Wechsler. Dynamical friction in self-interacting ultralight dark matter. 2024, PRD, 109, 063501.

(39) D. Yang, E. O. Nadler, H.-B. Yu, and Y.-M. Zhong. A parametric model for self-interacting dark matter halos. 2024, JCAP, 2, 032.

(38) M. McNanna, K. Bechtol, S. Mau, E. O. Nadler et al. (DES Collaboration). A Search for Faint Resolved Galaxies Beyond the Milky Way in DES Year 6: A New Faint, Diffuse Dwarf Satellite of NGC 55. 2024, ApJ, 961, 126.

2023

(37) E. O. Nadler, D. Yang, and H.-B. Yu. A Self-interacting Dark Matter Solution to the Extreme Diversity of Low-mass Halo Properties. 2023, ApJL, 958, L39.

(36) P. Hopkins, E. O. Nadler, M. Grudić, X. Shen, I. Sands, and F. Jiang. Novel conservative methods for adaptive force softening in collisionless and multispecies N-body simulations. 2023, MNRAS, 525, 5951.

(35) E. Darragh-Ford et al. (DESI Collaboration, incl. E. O. Nadler). Target Selection and Sample Characterization for the DESI LOW-Z Secondary Target Program. 2023, ApJ, 954, 149.

(34) R. An, V. Gluscevic, E. O. Nadler, and Y. Zhang. Can Neutrino Self-interactions Save Sterile Neutrino Dark Matter? 2023, ApJL, 954, L18.

(33) A. Banerjee, S. Das, A. Maharana, E. O. Nadler, and R. K. Sharma. Nonthermal warm dark matter limits from small-scale structure. 2023, PRD, 108, 043518.

(32) W. Cerny et al. (DELVE Collaboration, incl. E. O. Nadler). Six More Ultra-faint Milky Way Companions Discovered in the DECam Local Volume Exploration Survey. 2023, ApJ, 953, 1.

(31) D. Yang, E. O. Nadler, and H.-B. Yu. Strong Dark Matter Self-interactions Diversify Halo Populations within and surrounding the Milky Way. 2023, ApJ, 949, 67.

(30) S. Yang, X. Du, Z. C. Zeng, A. Benson, F. Jiang, E. O. Nadler, and A. Peter. Gravothermal Solutions of SIDM Halos: Mapping from Constant to Velocity-dependent Cross Section. 2023, ApJ, 946, 47.

(29) E. O. Nadler, P. Mansfield, Y. Wang, X. Du et al. Symphony: Cosmological Zoom-in Simulation Suites over Four Decades of Host Halo Mass. 2023, ApJ, 945, 159.

(28) E. O. Nadler, A. Benson, T. Driskell, V. Gluscevic, and X. Du. Growing the First Galaxies’ Merger Trees. 2023, MNRAS, 521, 3201.

(27) S. Wagner-Carena, J. Aalbers, S. Birrer, E. O. Nadler, E. Darragh-Ford, P. J. Marshall, and R. H. Wechsler. From Images to Dark Matter: End-to-end Inference of Substructure from Hundreds of Strong Gravitational Lenses. 2023, ApJ, 942, 75.

2022

(26) T. Driskell, E. O. Nadler, J. Mirocha, A. Benson, K. K. Boddy, T. D. Morton, J. Lashner, R. An, and V. Gluscevic. Structure formation and the global 21-cm signal in the presence of Coulomb-like dark matter-baryon interactions. 2022, PRD, 106, 103525.

(25) N. Glennon, E. O. Nadler, N. Musoke, A. Banerjee, C. Prescod-Weinstein, and R. H. Wechsler. Tidal disruption of solitons in self-interacting ultralight axion dark matter. 2022, PRD, 105, 123540.

(24) S. Mau, E. O. Nadler et al. (DES Collaboration). Milky Way Satellite Census. IV. Constraints on Decaying Dark Matter from Observations of Milky Way Satellite Galaxies. 2022, ApJ, 932, 128.

(23) J. Bhattacharyya, S. Adhikari, A. Banerjee, S. More, A. Kumar, E. O. Nadler, and S. Chatterjee. The Signatures of Self-interacting Dark Matter and Subhalo Disruption on Cluster Substructure. 2022, ApJ, 932, 30.

(22) J. F. Wu, J. E. G. Peek, E. J. Tollerud, Y.-Y. Mao, E. O. Nadler, M. Geha, R. H. Wechsler, N. Kallivayalil, and B. J. Weiner. Extending the SAGA Survey (xSAGA). I. Satellite Radial Profiles as a Function of Host-galaxy Properties. 2022, ApJ, 927, 121.

2021

(21) D. Nguyen, D. Sarnaaik, K. K. Boddy, E. O. Nadler, and V. Gluscevic. Observational constraints on dark matter scattering with electrons. PRD, 104, 103521.

(20) E. O. Nadler, A. Banerjee, S. Adhikari, Y.-Y. Mao, and R. H. Wechsler. The Effects of Dark Matter and Baryonic Physics on the Milky Way Subhalo Population in the Presence of the Large Magellanic Cloud. 2021, ApJL, 920, L11.

(19) A. Drlica-Wagner et al. (DELVE Collaboration, incl. E. O. Nadler). The DECam Local Volume Exploration Survey: Overview and First Data Release. 2021, ApJS, 256, 2.

(18) E. O. Nadler, S. Birrer, D. Gilman, R. H. Wechsler, X. Du, A. Benson, A. Nierenberg, and T. Treu. Dark Matter Constraints from a Unified Analysis of Strong Gravitational Lenses and Milky Way Satellite Galaxies. 2021, ApJ, 917, 7.

(17) Y. Wang, E. O. Nadler, Y.-Y. Mao, S. Adhikari, R. H. Wechsler, and P. Behroozi. UniverseMachine: Predicting Galaxy Star Formation over Seven Decades of Halo Mass with Zoom-in Simulations. 2021, ApJ, 915, 116.

(16) E. Darragh-Ford, E. O. Nadler, S. McLaughlin, and R. H. Wechsler. Searching for Dwarfs in Gaia DR2 Phase-space Data using Wavelet Transforms. 2021, ApJ, 915, 48.

(15) E. O. Nadler, A. Drlica-Wagner et al. (DES Collaboration). Constraints on Dark Matter Properties from Observations of Milky Way Satellite Galaxies. 2021, PRL, 126, 091101.

(14) S. Das & E. O. Nadler. Constraints on the epoch of dark matter formation from Milky Way satellites. 2021, PRD, 103, 043517.

(13) K. Maamari, V. Gluscevic, K. K. Boddy, E. O. Nadler, and R. H. Wechsler. Bounds on velocity-dependent dark matter–proton scattering from Milky Way satellite abundance. 2021, ApJL, 907, L46.

(12) Y.-Y. Mao, M. Geha, R. H. Wechsler, B. J. Weiner, E. J. Tollerud, E. O. Nadler, and N. Kallivayalil. The Saga Survey. II. Building a Statistical Sample of Satellite Systems around Milky Way-like Galaxies. 2021, ApJ, 907, 85.

2020

(11) E. O. Nadler, A. Banerjee, S. Adhikari, Y.-Y. Mao, and R. H. Wechsler. Signatures of Velocity-dependent Dark Matter Self-interactions in Milky Way-mass Halos. 2020, ApJ, 896, 112.

(10) E. O. Nadler, R. H. Wechsler et al. (DES Collaboration). Milky Way Satellite Census. II. Galaxy-Halo Connection Constraints Including the Impact of the Large Magellanic Cloud. 2020, ApJ, 893, 48.

(9) A. Drlica-Wagner, K. Bechtol, S. Mau, M. McNanna, E. O. Nadler et al. (DES Collaboration). Milky Way Satellite Census. I. The Observational Selection Function for Milky Way Satellites in DES Y3 and PanSTARRS DR1. 2020, ApJ, 893, 47.

(8) S. Mau et al. (DELVE Collaboration, incl. E. O. Nadler). Two Ultra-Faint Milky Way Stellar Systems Discovered in Early Data from the DECam Local Volume Exploration Survey. 2020, ApJ, 890, 136.

2019

(7) C. E. Martínez-Vázquez et al. (DES Collaboration, incl. E. O. Nadler). Search for RR Lyrae stars in DES ultrafaint systems: Grus I, Kim 2, Phoenix II, and Grus II. 2019, MNRAS, 490, 2183.

(6) E. O. Nadler, V. Gluscevic, K. K. Boddy, and R. H. Wechsler. Constraints on Dark Matter Microphysics from the Milky Way Satellite Population. 2019, ApJL, 878, L32.

(5) K. M. Stringer et al. (DES Collaboration, incl. E. O. Nadler). Identification of RR Lyrae stars in multiband, sparsely-sampled data from the Dark Energy Survey using template fitting and Random Forest classification. 2019, AJ, 158, 16.

(4) E. O. Nadler, Y.-Y. Mao, G. M. Green, and R. H. Wechsler. Modeling the Connection between Subhalos and Satellites in Milky Way-like Systems. 2019, ApJ, 873, 34.

2018

(3) E. O. Nadler, Y.-Y. Mao, R. H. Wechsler, S. Garrison-Kimmel, and A. Wetzel. Modeling the Impact of Baryons on Subhalo Populations with Machine Learning. 2018, ApJ, 859, 129.

(2) E. O. Nadler, A. Perko, and L. Senatore. On the bispectra of very massive tracers in the Effective Field Theory of Large-Scale Structure. 2018, JCAP, 1, 058.

2017

(1) E. O. Nadler, S. P. Oh, and S. Ji. On the apparent power law in CDM halo pseudo-phase space density profiles. 2017, MNRAS, 470, 500.