Relevant Publications

Jun 2002: The Reddest Quasars. II. A Gravitationally Lensed FeLoBAL Quasar, Lacy et al. 2002

Jul 2002: An FeLoBAL Binary Quasar, Gregg et al. 2002

Dec 2007: How robust are the constraints on cosmology and galaxy evolution from the lens-redshift test?, Capelo & Natarajan 2007

Jul 2008: Extinction properties of lensing galaxies, Østman, Goobar & Mörtsell 2008

Aug 2010: The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Quasar Lens Search. IV. Statistical Lens Sample from the Fifth Data Release, Inada et al. 2010

Feb 2011: Galaxy number counts and implications for strong lensing, Fassnacht, Koopmans & Wong 2011

May 2011: Cusped mass density profiles and magnification ratios of double-image gravitational lenses, Mutka 2011

Dec 2011: Black Hole Mass Estimates Based on C IV are Consistent with Those Based on the Balmer Lines, Assef et al. 2011

Mar 2012: Constraining photon mass by energy-dependent gravitational light bending, Qian 2012

Dec 2012: Heavily reddened quasars at z ̃ 2 in the UKIDSS Large Area Survey: a transitional phase in AGN evolution, Banerji et al. 2012

Apr 2018: Analysis of the angular dependence of time delay in gravitational lensing, Alchera et al. 2018

Jul 2018: A highly magnified gravitationally lensed red quasar at z = 2.5 with significant flux anomaly: Uncovering a missing population, Glikman et al. 2018

Jun 2019: Testing dark energy models with a new sample ofstrong-lensing systems, Amante et al. 2019