- Sherlock Holmes -

“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.”

PUBLICATIONS

 

H-index = 16    
Citations > 1600

H-index = 14    
Citations > 1200

Journal Publications (40)
Conference (17) & Invited Talks (13)

2020  2019  2018  2017  2016  2015  2014  2013  2012  2011

Papers with students

2020

  1. B. Quarles, G. Li, and M. Rosario-Franco. Application of Orbital Stability and Tidal Migration Constraints for Exomoon Candidates. ApJL (in pressGitHub

  2. S. K. YadavalliB. Quarles, G. Li, and N. Haghighipour. Effects of Flux Variation on the Surface Temperatures of Earth-like Circumbinary Planets. MNRAS (in press)

  3. V. Kostov, W. Welsh, N. Haghighipour, B. Quarles, et al. Multiple Transits during a Single Conjunction: Identifying Transiting Circumbinary Planetary Candidates from TESS. AJ September 2020

  4. R. Martin, J. J. Lissauer, and B. Quarles. Evolution of α Centauri B's protoplanetary disc. MNRAS. June 2020 
    NASA ADS

  5. M. Rosario-Franco, B. Quarles, M. Cuntz, and Z. Musielak. Orbital Stability of Exomoons and Submoons with Applications to Kepler 1625b-I. AJ. June 2020 
    NASA ADS GitHub

  6. V. Kostov, J. Orosz, A. Feinstein, W. Welsh, et al. including
    B. Quarles. TOI-1338: TESS’ First Transiting Circumbinary Planet. AJ. June 2020 NASA ADS

  7. S. Kreyche, J. Barnes, B. Quarles, J. J. Lissauer, J. Chambers, and M. Hedman. Orbital eccentricity influences the obliquity stability of retrograde-rotating planets. Planetary Science Journal. June 2020 NASA ADS

  8. B. Quarles, G. Li, V. Kostov, and N. Haghighipour. Orbital Stability of Circumstellar Planets in Binary Systems. AJ. March 2020 NASA ADS GitHub

  9. Q. Socia, W. Welsh, J. Orosz, W. D. Cochran, et al. including B. Quarles. KOI-3152 b: A Kepler Transiting Circumbinary Planet in a Grazing Eclipsing Binary. AJ. March 2020 
    NASA ADS

  10. C. Beichman, M. Ygouf, J. Sayson, Y. Yung, et al. including
    B. Quarles. Searching for Planets Orbiting Alpha Cen A with the James Webb Space Telescope. PASP. January 2020 
    NASA ADS

  11. B. Quarles, J. W. Barnes, J. J. Lissauer, and J. Chambers. Obliquity Evolution of the Potentially Habitable Exoplanet Kepler-62F. Astrobiology. January 2020 NASA ADS

    2019

  12. B. Quarles, G. Li, and J. J. Lissauer. Obliquity Evolution of Circumstellar Planets in Sun-like Stellar Binaries. ApJ. November 2019 NASA ADS TheScienceBreaker

  13. Z. Hong, B. Quarles, G. Li, and J. Orosz. Could there be an undetected inner planet near the stability limit in Kepler-1647?. AJ. July 2019 NASA ADS

  14. J. Orosz, W. Welsh, N. Haghighipour, B. Quarles, et al. Discovery of a Third Transiting Planet in the Kepler-47 Circumbinary System. ApJ, May 2019. NASA ADS

  15. B. Quarles, and  N. Kaib. Instabilities in the Early Solar System Due to a Self-gravitating Disk  AJ  February 2019​ NASA ADS

  16. S. Moorman, B. Quarles, Zh. Wang, and M. Cuntz. The  Habitable Zone of Kepler-16: Impact of Binarity and Climate Models. Int. J. Astrobiol. February 2019 NASA ADS

    2018

  17. B. Quarles, S. Satyal, V. Kostov, N. Kaib, and N. Haghighipour. Stability Limits of Circumbinary Planets: Is There a Pile-up in the Kepler CBPs? ApJ April 2018 
    NASA ADS GitHub

  18. B. Quarles, and J. J. Lissauer,. Long-Term Stability of Tightly Packed Multi-Planet Systems in Prograde, Coplanar, Circumstellar Orbits within the Alpha Centauri AB System. AJ. February 2018 NASA ADS

  19. B. Quarles, J. J. Lissauer, and N. Kaib. Long-term Stability of planets in the Alpha Centauri System, II: Forced Eccentricities. AJ. February 2018 NASA ADS





    2017

  20. B. Quarles, E. Quintana, E. Lopez, J. Schlieder, and T. Barclay. Plausible Compositions of the Seven TRAPPIST-1 Planets Using Long-term Dynamical Simulations. ApJL, July 2017.  NASA ADS Altmetric






    2016

  21. J. Barnes, B. Quarles, J. J. Lissauer, J. E. Chambers, and M. Hedman. Obliquity Variations of an Early Venus. Astrobiology, July 2016.  NASA ADS

  22. V. Kostov, W. F. Welsh, J. A. Orosz, L. R. Doyle, et al. including B. Quarles. KOI-2939b: the largest and longest-period Kepler transiting circumbinary planet ApJ, August 2016. NASA ADS

  23. B. Quarles and J. J. Lissauer. Long Term Stability of planets in the alpha Centauri system. AJ, May 2016. NASA ADS

  24. J. Coughlin, F. Mullally, S. Thompson, J. F. Rowe, et al. including B. Quarles. Planetary Candidates Observed By Kepler: VII. The First Fully Automated Catalog Based on the Entire 48 Month Kepler Dataset (Q1-Q17 DR24). ApJS, May 2016. NASA ADS

  25. B. Kirk, K. Conroy, A. Prša, M. Abdul-Masih, et al. including B. Quarles. Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars. VII. The Catalog of Eclipsing Binaries Found in the Entire Kepler Data-Set. AJ, March 2016. NASA ADS

    2015

  26. W. F. Welsh, J. A. Orosz, D. R. Short, N. Haghighipour, et al. including B. Quarles. KIC 9632895 - The 10th Kepler Transiting Circumbinary Planet. ApJ, August 2015. 
    NASA ADS

  27. F. Mullally, J. L. Coughlin, S. E Thompson, J. Rowe, et al. including B. Quarles. Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler VI: Planet Sample from Q1-16 (46 Months). ApJS, Apr 2015.  NASA ADS

  28. J. F., Rowe, J. L. Coughlin, V. Antoci, T. Barclay, et al. including B. Quarles. Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. V. The Q1-Q12 Planet Candidate Catalogue. ApJS, March 2015.  NASA ADS

  29. B. Quarles and J. J. Lissauer Dynamical Evolution of the Earth-Moon Progenitors – Whence Theia?. Icarus,  March 2015. NASA ADS








    2014

  30. K. E. Conroy, A. Prša, K. G. Stassun, S. Bloemen, et al. including B. Quarles. Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars. V. Identification of 31 Eclipsing Binaries in the K2 Engineering Data-set. PASP,  October 2014. NASA ADS

  31. S. Satyal, T. C. Hinse, B. Quarles, and J. P. Noyola. Chaotic dynamics of the planet in HD 196885 AB. MNRAS, September 2014. NASA ADS

  32. Z. E. Musielak and B. Quarles. The three-body problem. Reports on Progress in Physics, June 2014. NASA ADS

  33. E. V. Quintana, T. Barclay, S. N. Raymond, J. F. Rowe, et al. including B. Quarles. An Earth-Sized Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Cool Star. Science, April 2014. NASA ADS

    2013

  34. S. Satyal, B. Quarles, and T. C. Hinse. Application of chaos indicators in the study of dynamics of S-type extrasolar planets in stellar binaries. MNRAS, August 2013 NASA ADS

  35. M. Cuntz, B. Quarles, J. Eberle, and A. Shukayr. On the Possibility of Habitable Moons in the System of HD 23079: Results from Orbital Stability Studies. PASA,
    May 2013. NASA ADS

    2012

  36. B. Quarles, Z. E. Musielak, and M. Cuntz. Study of resonances for the restricted 3-body problem. Astronomische Nachrichten, August 2012. NASA ADS

  37. B. Quarles, Z. E. Musielak, and M. Cuntz. Habitability of Earth-mass Planets and Moons in the Kepler-16 System. ApJ, May 2012.  NASA ADS

  38. B. Quarles, M. Cuntz, and Z. E. Musielak. The stability of the suggested planet in the nu Octantis system: a numerical and statistical study. MNRAS, April 2012. NASA ADS

    2011

  39. J. Eberle, M. Cuntz, B. Quarles, and Z. E. Musielak. Case studies of habitable Trojan planets in the system of HD 23079. Int. J. Astrobiol., October 2011. NASA ADS

  40. B. Quarles, J. Eberle, Z. E. Musielak, and M. Cuntz The instability transition for the restricted 3-body problem. A&A September 2011.  NASA ADS

  • B. Quarles, G. Li, V. Kostov, and N. Haghighipour. Orbital Stability of Circumstellar Earth-like planets in Binary Systems. DDA Meeting, August 2020.

  • B. Quarles. Obliquity Variations of Terrestrial Planets in α Centauri. Chesapeake Bay Exoplanet (CHEXO) Meeting, January 2020.

  • B. Quarles. Dangers for Earthlike Planets in Binary Systems Carnegie Institution for Science DTM Colloquium, January 2020.

  • B. Quarles, G. Li, and J.J. Lissauer. Obliquity Variations and Habitability in Alpha Centauri AB.  Astrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon), June 2019.

  • B. Quarles, G. Li, and J.J. Lissauer. Obliquity Evolution of Earthlike planets in α Centauri AB.  DDA Meeting, June 2019.

  • B. Quarles. Potential for Exoplanetary Neighbors in Alpha Centauri. Texas Section of the American Physical Society March 2019. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles, J. Barnes, J. J. Lissauer, and J. E. Chambers.. Obliquity Variations of a Potentially Habitable Kepler-62f. DPS Meeting, October 2018.

  • B. Quarles. Extrasolar Planets with 2 Suns: Paradise Lost? Tulsa City-County Library Idea Box Series April 2018. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles, S. Satyal, V. Kostov, N. Kaib, and N. Haghighipour. Dynamics of Circumbinary Planets Near the Stability Limit. DDA Meeting, April 2018.

  • B. Quarles. Living on the Edge: Stability Limits of Circumbinary Planets. Georgia Tech CRA Seminar, March 2018. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles. Exoplanets in Binary Star Systems: Friends or foes?. Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts, January 2018. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles, J. J. Lissauer, and N. Kaib. Maximizing planet packing in the alpha Centauri AB system. DDA Meeting, June 2017.

  • B. Quarles. Archimedes and the Giant Planet Instability. Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Bordeaux Guest Colloquium, June 2017. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles, and N. Kaib. Dynamics of the Giant Planets due to a Fully Self-gravitating Planetesimal Disk. Winter AAS Meeting, Jan 2017.

     

  • B. Quarles, and J. J. Lissauer. Mapping alpha Centauri AB for Possible Habitable Planets Summer AAS Meeting June 2016.

















     

  • B. Quarles, J. W. Barnes, J. J. Lissauer, J. E. Chambers, and M. M. Hedman. Obliquity Variations of a Rapidly Rotating Venus. DDA Meeting, May 2015.

  • B. Quarles. An Extremely Cold Case: Formation of the Earth’s Moon. University of Oklahoma Department of Physics & Astronomy Guest Colloquium, Oct 2015.
    (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles, and J. J. Lissauer. Dynamical Evolution of planets in alpha Centauri AB.  DDA Meeting, May 2015.

  • B. Quarles. Vacations on an Earthlike planet: Just add water?. UC-Berkeley Center for Integrative Planetary Science Colloquium, Apr 2015. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles. Early Solar System Evolution and Consequences for Habitability. Baylor-CASPER Seminar Series, Mar 2015. (Invited Talk)

  • B. Quarles. Early Solar System Evolution and Consequences for Habitability. Texas Christian University Seminar Series, Mar 2015. (Invited)

  • B. Quarles, and J. J. Lissauer. Theia’s date with destiny: possible conditions leading to a Giant Impact. SETI Institute Seminar Series, January 2015. (Invited Talk)
    YouTube video

     

  • B. Quarles, J. Barnes, J. J. Lissauer, and J. E. Chambers. Obliquity Evolution of an Early Venus. DPS Meeting, November 2014.

  • B. Quarles and J. J. Lissauer. Dynamical Evolution of the Earth-Moon Progenitors. IAU/Complex Planetary Systems Symposium, July 2014.

  • B. Quarles and J. J. Lissauer. Theia’s Provenance: Regional Source of Earth’s Late Impactor. DDA Meeting, May 2014.

  • B. Quarles. Theia’s Provenance: Regional Source of Earth’s Late Impactor, January 2014. University of Texas at Arlington Department of Physics Colloquium (Invited Talk).











     

  • B. Quarles, Z. E. Musielak, and M. Cuntz. On The Existence Of Earth-like Planets In The Circumbinary System
    Kepler-16. Winter AAS Meeting, January 2012.

  • B. Quarles. Chaos in Extrasolar Planets, February 2011. Texas Christian University Department of Physics & Astronomy Colloquium (Invited Talk).

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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