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

PUBLICATIONS

 

H-index = 18    
Citations > 1900

H-index = 16   
Citations > 1400

Journal Publications (41)
Conference (17) & Invited Talks (13)

2020  2019  2018  2017  2016  2015  2014  2013  2012  2011

Papers with students

2021

  • B. Quarles, S. Eggl, M. Rosario-Franco, and G. Li. Exomoons in Systems with a Strong Perturber: Applications to α Cen AB. AJ (in pressGitHub

  • V. Kostov, B. Powell, J. Orosz, W. Welsh, et al. including B. Quarles. TIC 172900988: A Transiting Circumbinary Planet Detected in One Sector of TESS Data. AJ. (submittedNASA ADS

  • J. Dong, C. Huang, R. Dawson, D. Foreman-Mackey, et al. including B. Quarles. Warm Jupiters in TESS Full-Frame Images: A Catalog and Observed Eccentricity Distribution for Year 1. ApJS. (submittedNASA ADS

  • B. Quarles, G. Li, and M. Rosario-Franco. Validation of Exomoon Candidates Using Orbital Stability and Tidal Migration. Winter AAS Meeting, Jan 2021.

 
 

2020

  • S. K. YadavalliB. Quarles, G. Li, and N. Haghighipour. Effects of Flux Variation on the Surface Temperatures of Earth-like Circumbinary Planets. MNRAS November 2020

  • B. Quarles, G. Li, and M. Rosario-Franco. Application of Orbital Stability and Tidal Migration Constraints for Exomoon Candidates. ApJL October 2020 GitHub

  • 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

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

    NASA ADS

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

2019

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

  • 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

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • 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)

 

2018

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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)

 
 

2017

  • 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

  • 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.

 

2016

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

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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)
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2015

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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

 

2014​​

  • 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

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • 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).

2013

  • 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

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • 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

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

 

2011

  • 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

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