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Publications

An updated list of my publication can be found here:  https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=o7j8rNsAAAAJ&hl=en
Totally:  28  articles published in peer-reviewed journals, 2 in press and 1 submitted (17  of them as the  first author,  5 of them as the only author)
167 citations (according to google scholar, July 2020), H-index (Hirsch-index): 9 (according to google scholar)
 
 
Details: 
Submitted papers: 
[31] Measuring the stellar atmosphere parameters using follow-up polarimetry microlensing observations, Khaloui, Sajadian, Rahvar, (2020), Submitted to MNRAS and in press. 
[30] Non-radially pulsating stars as microlensing sources, Sajadian, Ignace, (2020), Submitted to MNRAS. 
[29] Detecting the inner regions of discs around sources of microlensing with WFIRST Survey, Sajadian, Salehi,  (2020), Submitted to MNRAS and in press. 

Published papers: 
2020

[28] Large-scale changes of the cloud coverage in the Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb system, Hitchcock, Helling, Scholz, et al., (2020), MNRAS, 495, 3881
[27] Microlensing of radially pulsing stars, Sajadian, Ignace, (2020), MNRAS, 494, 1735. 
[26] OGLE-2017-BLG-0406: Spitzer Microlens Parallax Reveals Saturn-mass Planet orbiting M-dwarf Host in the inner Galactic disk, Hirao, Bennett, Ryu, et al., (2020), accepted by AJ.
[25] Spitzer Microlensing parallax reveals two isolated stars in the Galactic bulge, Zang, Shvartzvald, Wang, et. al., (2020),  ApJ, 891, 3. 

2019
[24] Transit timing variations in the WASP-4 planetary system, Southworth, Dominik, Jorgensen, et.  al., (2019),  MNRAS, 490, 4230.  
[23] Detection of Exoplanet as a Binary Source of Microlensing Events in WFIRST Survey, Bagheri, Sajadian, Rahvar, (2019), MNRAS, 490, 1581. 
[22] The effect of variation of stellar dispersion velocities by the galactic latitude in interpreting gravitational microlensing observations, Sajadian, Rahvar, (2019), IJPR, 19, 391. 
[21] OGLE-2017-BLG-1186: first application of asteroseismology and Gaussian processes to microlensing,  Li, Zang, Udalski,  et. al., (2019), MNRAS, 488, 3308.
[20] Polarization in caustic-crossing binary microlensing events, Sajadian, (2019), MNRAS, 487, 908.
[19] OGLE-2018-BLG-0022: A Nearby M-dwarf Binary, Street,  Bachelet, Tesapras, et. al., (2019), AJ, 157, 215.
[18] Spitzer Microlensing Parallax for OGLE-2017-BLG-0896 Reveals a Counter-Rotating Low-Mass Brown Dwarf, Shvartzvald, Yee, Skowron, et. al., (2019), AJ,  157, 106.
[17] Prediction on detection and characterization of Galactic disk microlensing events by LSST, Sajadian, Poleski, (2019),  ApJ, 871, 205.
[16] Review on data reduction process of microlensing events, Sajadian, Adami, Mohamadi, (2019), IJPR, 19, 815.  

2018
[15] High-resolution Imaging of Transiting Extrasolar Planetary systems (HITEP). II. Lucky Imaging results from 2015 and 2016, Evans, Southworth, Smalley, et. al.,  (2018),  A&A, 610, 20. 
[14] OGLE-2017-BLG-1434Lb: Eighth q < 10^-4 Mass-Ratio Microlens Planet Confirms Turnover in Planet Mass-Ratio Function, Udalski,  Ryu, Sajadian, et. al., (2018), AcA, 68,1.
[13] OGLE-2017-BLG-0329L: A Microlensing Binary Characterized by Dramatically Enhanced Precision Using Data from Space-based Observations, Han, Calchi Novati, Udalski, et. al., (2018), ApJ, 859, 82. 

2017
[12] OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb: First Spitzer Bulge Planet Lies Near the Planet/Brown-Dwarf Boundary, Ryu, Yee, Udalski, Bond, et. al.,  (2017), AJ, 155, 1.
[11] Polarimetry Microlensing of close-in planetary systems, Sajadian, Hundertmark,  (2017), ApJ, 838, 157.
[10] Understanding the EROS2 observations towards the spiral arms within a classical Galactic model framework, Moniez, Sajadian, Karami, Rahvar, Ansari, (2017), A&A, 614, 124.

2016
[9] Stellar rotation effects on polarimetric microlensing, Sajadian, (2016), ApJ, 825, 152. 
[8] The advantages of using a Lucky Imaging camera for observations of microlensing events, Sajadian, Rahvar, Dominik, Hundertmark, (2016), MNRAS, 458, 3248.

2015
[7] Polarimetric microlensing of circumstellar disks, Sajadian, Rahvar, (2015), MNRAS, 454, 4429.
[6] Detecting stellar spots through polarimetric observations of microlensing events in caustic-crossing, Sajadian, (2015), MNRAS, 452, 2587.
[5] Photometric, Astrometric and Polarimetric observations of gravitational microlensing events, Sajadian, Rahvar, (2015), MNRAS, 452, 2579. 
[4] Binary astrometric microlensing with Gaia, Sajadian, (2015), AJ, 149, 147. 
 
2014 and before
[3] Orbital motion effects in astrometric microlensing, Sajadian, (2014), MNRAS, 439, 3007. 
[2] Simulation of a strategy for the pixel lensing of M87 by HST, Sajadian, Rahvar,  (2011), MNRAS, 419, 124.
[1] Illuminating Hot Jupiters in caustic crossing, Sajadian, Rahvar, (2010),  MNRAS, 407, 373.

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