業績

最近の論文および研究発表

= 2022 =

2022.8.1 "The COS Legacy Archive Spectroscopy Survey (CLASSY) Treasury Atlas" Berg et al, (ADS)

2022.7.14 "ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: $HST$ and $Spitzer$ Photometry of 33 Lensed Fields Built with CHArGE" Kokorev et al, (ADS)

2022.7.12 "Bridging Optical and Far-Infrared Emission-Line Diagrams of Galaxies from Local to the Epoch of Reionization: Characteristic High [O III] 88 $\mathrm{\mu m}$/SFR at $z > 6$" Sugahara et al, (ADS)

2022.6.29 "The Prime Focus Spectrograph Galaxy Evolution Survey" Greene et al, (ADS)

2022.6.9 "EMPRESS. IX. Extremely Metal-Poor Galaxies are Very Gas-Rich Dispersion-Dominated Systems: Will JWST Witness Gaseous Turbulent High-z Primordial Galaxies?" Isobe et al, (ADS)

2022.6.6 "EMPRESS. V. Metallicity Diagnostics of Galaxies over 12+log(O/H)=~6.9-8.9 Established by a Local Galaxy Census: Preparing for JWST Spectroscopy" Nakajima et al, (ADS)

2022.6.2 "CLASSY II: A technical Overview of the COS Legacy Archive Spectroscopic SurveY" James et al, (ADS)

2022.5.23 "MUSUBI (MegaCam Ultra-deep Survey: $u^\ast$-Band Imaging)-Data for the COSMOS and SXDS Fields" Wang et al, (ADS)

2022.4.20 "CLASSY III: The Properties of Starburst-Driven Warm Ionized Outflows" Xu et al, (ADS)

2022.4.1 "Are the Newly-Discovered z 13 Drop-out Sources Starburst Galaxies or Quasars?" Pacucci et al, (ADS)

= 2021 =

2022.3.17 "EMPRESS. VIII. A New Determination of Primordial He Abundance with Extremely Metal-Poor Galaxies: A Suggestion of the Lepton Asymmetry and Implications for the Hubble Tension" Matsumoto et al, (ADS)

2022.3.14 "The COS Legacy Archive Spectroscopy SurveY (CLASSY) Treasury Atlas" Berg et al, (ADS)

2022.3.9 "Surface Brightness Profile of Lyman-α Halos out to 320 kpc in HETDEX" Lujan Niemeyer et al, (ADS)

2022.3.3 "IR characteristic emission and dust properties of star-forming galaxies at 4.5 $<$ z $<$ 6.2" Burgarella et al, (ADS)

2022.3.2 "Big Three Dragons. III: A Study of Molecular Gas in a Bright Lyman-Break Galaxy at $z=7.15$ with ALMA" Hashimoto et al, (ADS)

2022.2.1 "VizieR Online Data Catalog: Lyα emitters and QSOs in COMSOS and EGS fields (Mukae+, 2020)" Mukae et al, (ADS)

2022.1.18 "CHORUS. IV. Mapping the Spatially Inhomogeneous Cosmic Reionization with Subaru HSC" Yoshioka et al, (ADS)

2022.1.17 "EMPRESS. VII. Ionizing Spectrum Shapes of Extremely Metal-poor Galaxies: Uncovering the Origins of Strong He II and the Impact on Cosmic Reionization" Umeda et al, (ADS)

2022.1.3 "Are the newly-discovered z 13 drop-out sources starburst galaxies or quasars?" Pacucci et al, (ADS)

2021.12.16 "A Search for H-Dropout Lyman Break Galaxies at z 12-16" Harikane et al, (ADS)

2021.12.15 "EMPRESS. VI. Outflows Investigated in Low-mass Galaxies with M = 104-107 M : Weak Feedback in Low-mass Galaxies?" Xu et al, (ADS)

2021.12.3 "A Wide and Deep Exploration of Radio Galaxies with Subaru HSC (WERGS). VI. Distant Filamentary Structures Pointed Out by High-z Radio Galaxies at z 4" Uchiyama et al, (ADS)

2021.11.24 "Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). XVI. 69 New Quasars at 5.8 < z < 7.0" Matsuoka et al, (ADS)

2021.11.4 "Stellar Initial Mass Function (IMF) Probed with Supernova Rates and Neutrino Background: Cosmic Average IMF Slope is $\simeq 2-3$ Similar to the Salpeter IMF" Aoyama et al, (ADS)

2021.10.27 "SILVERRUSH. XI. Constraints on the Lyα Luminosity Function and Cosmic Reionization at z = 7.3 with Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam" Goto et al, (ADS)

2021.10.22 "The SSA22 HI Tomography Survey (SSA22-HIT). I. Dataset and compiled redshift catalog" Mawatari et al, (ADS)

2021.10.11 "Subaru/FOCAS IFU revealed the metallicity gradient of a local extremely metal-poor galaxy" Kashiwagi et al, (ADS)

2021.10.8 "The Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment (HETDEX) Survey Design, Reductions, and Detections" Gebhardt et al, (ADS)

2021.8.30 "Third Data Release of the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program", Aihara et al. (ADS)

2021.8.20 "SILVERRUSH. XI. Intensity Mapping for Lya Emission Extending over $100-1000$ comoving kpc around $z\sim2-7$ LAEs with Subaru HSC-SSP and CHORUS Data", Kikuchihara et al. (ADS)

2021.8.9 "EMPRESS. IV. Extremely Metal-Poor Galaxies (EMPGs) Including Very Low-Mass Primordial Systems with M*=10^4--10^5 M_sun and 2--3% (O/H)_sun: High (Fe/O) Suggestive of Metal Enrichment by Hypernovae/Pair-Instability Supernovae", Isobe et al. (ADS)

2021.8.3 "GOLDRUSH. IV. Luminosity Functions and Clustering Revealed with ~4,000,000 Galaxies at z~2-7: Galaxy-AGN Transition, Star Formation Efficiency, and Implication for Evolution at z>10", Harikane et al. (ADS)

2021.6.25 "Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). XIV. A Candidate Type-II Quasar at z=6.1292", Onoue et al. (ADS)

2021.6.18 "Emission Lines in Galaxies from the Epoch of Reionization to Today", Ouchi (ADS)

2021.6.7 "Galaxy Morphologies Revealed with Subaru HSC and Super-Resolution Techniques I: Major Merger Fractions of L_UV~3-15 L_UV* Dropout Galaxies at z~4-7" Shibuya et al. (ADS)

2021.5.24: "First HETDEX Spectroscopic Determinations of Ly α and UV Luminosity Functions at z=2−3: Bridging a Gap Between Faint AGN and Bright Galaxies", Zhang et al. (ADS)

2021.5.21: "Optical Spectroscopy of Dual Quasar Candidates from the Subaru HSC-SSP program", Tang et al. (ADS)

2021.5.19: "EMPRESS. II. Highly Fe-enriched Metal-poor Galaxies with ~1.0 (Fe/O)⊙ and 0.02 (O/H)⊙: Possible Traces of Supermassive (>300 M⊙) Stars in Early Galaxies", Kojima et al. (ADS)

2021.5.10: "Gaia 400,894 QSO constraint on the energy density of low-frequency gravitational waves
", Aoyama et al. (ADS)

2021.4.19: "SILVERRUSH X: Machine Learning-aided Selection of 9318 LAEs at z = 2.2, 3.3, 4.9, 5.7, 6.6, and 7.0 from the HSC SSP and CHORUS Survey Data
", Ono et al. (ADS)

= 2020 =

2021.3: "A Strongly Magnified Individual Star and Parsec-Scale Clusters Observed in the First Billion Years at z = 6", Coe et al. (ADS)

2021.3: "PRIMER: Public Release IMaging for Extragalactic Research", Dunlop et al. (ADS)

2021.3: "Anchoring z>6 Galaxy Metallicities using T_e and n_e Diagnostics Enabled by JWST and ALMA Spectroscopy
", Harikane et al. (ADS)

2021.3 : "Galaxy Protoclusters as Drivers of Cosmic Reionization", Martin et al. (ADS)

2021.3.29: "First Identification of a CMB Lensing Signal Produced by 1.5 Million Galaxies at z ∼4: Constraints on Matter Density Fluctuations at High Redshift", Miyatake et al. (ADS)

2021.2.12: "Accelerated galaxy growth and environmental quenching in a protocluster at z=3.24", Shi et al. (ADS)

2021.2.19: "RELICS-DP7: Spectroscopic Confirmation of a Dichromatic Primeval Galaxy at z ∼ 7", Debora et al. (ADS)

2021.1.6: "ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: Bright [CII] 158 $\mu$m Lines from a Multiply Imaged Sub-$L^{\star}$ Galaxy at $z=6.0719$", Fujimoto  et al. (ADS)

2021.1.4: "Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs) XII. Extended [C II] Structure (Merger or Outflow) in a z = 6.72 Red Quasar", Izumi et al. (ADS)

2021.1.5: "ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: a strongly lensed multiply imaged dusty system at z ≥6", Laporte et al. (ADS)

2020.12.13: "Innovative astronomical applications with a new-generation relational database", Furusawa et al. (ADS)

2021.12.13: "A machine learning software to estimate morphological parameters of distant galaxies", Shibuya et al. (ADS)

2021.12.13: "The University of Tokyo Atacama Observatory 6.5m telescope: On-sky performance of the near-infrared instrument SWIMS on the Subaru telescope", Konishi et al. (ADS)

2020.12.14: "Observations of the Lyman-α Universe", Ouchi et al. (ADS)

2020.12.3: "Broadband Selection, Spectroscopic Identification, and Physical Properties of a Population of Extreme Emission-line Galaxies at 3 < z < 3.7", Onodera et al. (ADS)

2020.11.26: "A puzzling non-detection of [O III] and [C II] from a z≈7.7 galaxy observed with ALMA", Binggeli et al. (ADS)

2020.11.24: "The Faint End of the Quasar Luminosity Function at z ∼ 5 from the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey", Niida et al. (ADS)

2020.11.23: "FOREVER22: galaxy formation in protocluster regions", Yajima et al. (ADS)

2020.11.20: "Faint Quasars Live in the Same Number Density Environments as Lyman Break Galaxies at z ~ 4", Uchiyama et al. (ADS)

2020.11.19: "FIR-luminous [CII] emitters in the ALMA-SCUBA-2 COSMOS survey (AS2COSMOS): The nature of submillimeter galaxies in a 10 comoving Mpc-scale structure at z~4.6", Mitsuhashi et al. (ADS)

2020.11.17: "RELICS-DP7: Spectroscopic Confirmation of a Dichromatic Primeval Galaxy at z ~ 7", Pelliccia et al. (ADS)

2020.11.6: "CHORUS. I. Cosmic HydrOgen Reionization Unveiled with Subaru: Overview", Inoue et al. (ADS)

2020.9.10: "ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: an ALMA galaxy signposting a MUSE galaxy group at z=4.3 behind 'El Gordo'", Caputi et al. (ADS)

2020.8.31: "RELICS: A Candidate z~6.8 Strong [OIII] emitter and Other Properties of z>5.5 Galaxies Inferred from Spitzer and Hubble Imaging", Strait et al. (ADS)

2020.8.4: "Statistical correlation between the distribution of Lyα emitters and IGM HI at z2.2 mapped by Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam",  Liang et al. (ADS)

2020.7.28: "Probing Feedback via IGM tomography and Ly α  forest with Subaru PFS, TMT/ELT, & JWST", Nagamine et al. (ADS)

2020.7.9: "Wide and Deep Exploration of Radio Galaxies with Subaru HSC (WERGS). III. Discovery of a z = 4.72 Radio Galaxy with Lyman Break Technique", Yamashita et al. (ADS)

2020.7.14: "A detailed study of massive galaxies in a protocluster at z=3.13", Shi et al. (ADS)

2020.7.10: "Dual supermassive black holes at close separation revealed by the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program", Silverman et al. (ADS)

2020.7.6: "The UV Luminosity Function of Protocluster Galaxies at z4: the Bright-end Excess and the Enhanced Star Formation Rate Density", Ito et al. (ADS)

2020.6.3: "The Mass-Metallicity Relation at z=8: Direct-Method Metallicity Constraints and Near-Future Prospects", Jones et al. (ADS)

2020.5.27: "ALMA 26 arcmin$^2$ survey of GOODS-S at one-millimeter (ASAGAO): millimeter properties of stellar mass selected galaxies", Yamaguchi et al. (ADS)

2020.4.23:"EMPRESS. III. Morphology, Stellar Population, and Dynamics of Extremely Metal Poor Galaxies (EMPGs): Are EMPGs Local Analogs of High-z Young Galaxies?", Isobe et al. (ADS)

2020.3.9:"Testing an indirect method for identifying galaxies with high levels of Lyman continuum leakage", Yamanaka et al. (ADS)

2020.2.7:"Deep multi-redshift limits on Epoch of Reionisation 21 cm Power Spectra from Four Seasons of Murchison Widefield Array Observations", Trott et al. (ADS)

2020.1.13:"Faint LAEs near z>4.7 CIV absorbers revealed by MUSE",Gonzalo Diaz et al. (ADS)

2020.1.9: "ALMA uncovers the [CII] emission and warm dust continuum in a z = 8.31 Lyman break galaxy", Bakx et al. (ADS)

= 2019 =

2019.12.23:"Balmer Break Galaxy Candidates at z ~ 6: a Potential View on the Star-Formation Activity at z > 14", Mawatari et al. (ADS)

2019.12.11:"The Subaru HSC Galaxy Clustering with Photometric Redshift I: Dark Halo Masses Versus Baryonic Properties of Galaxies at 0.3<z<1.4", Ishikawa et al. (ADS)

2019.12.9:"Rest-frame UV Properties of Luminous Strong Gravitationally Lensed Lyα Emitters from the BELLS GALLERY Survey", Marques-Chaves et al. (ADS)

2019.12.9:"The role of galaxies and AGN in reionising the IGM -- III : IGM-galaxy cross-correlations at z~6 from 8 quasar fields with DEIMOS and MUSE", Meyer et al. (ADS)

2019.12.5:"RELICS: A Very Large (θE40") Cluster Lens -- RXC J0032.1+1808", Acebron et al. (ADS)

2019.12.3:"Discovery of Protoclusters at z~3.7 & 4.9: Embedded in Primordial Superclusters", Toshikawa et al. (ADS)

2019.11.21:"Planck far-infrared detection of Hyper Suprime-Cam protoclusters at z4: hidden AGN and star formation activity", Kubo et al. (ADS)

2019.10.24:"Large Population of ALMA Galaxies at z>6 with Very High [OIII]88um to [CII]158um Flux Ratios: Evidence of Extremely High Ionization Parameter or PDR Deficit?", Harikane et al. (ADS)

2019.10.18:"Subaru/HSC Machine Learning Survey for Extremely Metal-Poor Galaxies. I. A New Successful Approach for Identifying a Galaxy with M*<10^6 M_sun and 0.021 Z_sun", Kojima et al. (ADS)

2019.10.7:"3D Distribution Map of HI Gas and Galaxies Around an Enormous Lyα Nebula and Three QSOs at z=2.3 Revealed by the HI Tomographic Mapping Technique", Mukae et al. (ADS)

2019.9:"Subaru and WFIRST: A Partnership for the 2020s", Rhodes et al. (ADS)

2019.9.30:"Truth or delusion? A possible gravitational lensing interpretation of the ultra-luminous quasar SDSS J010013.02+280225.8 at $z=6.30$", Fujimoto et al. (ADS)

2019.9.19:"Evidence for a highly opaque large-scale galaxy void at the end of reionization", Kashino et al. (ADS)

2019.9.12:"The CFHT Large Area U-band Deep Survey (CLAUDS)", Sawicki et al. (ADS)

2019.8.29:"Balmer breaks in simulated galaxies at z>6", Binggeli et al. (ADS)

2019.8.19:"Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). X. Discovery of 35 Quasars and Luminous Galaxies at 5.7  z  7.0", Matsuoka et al. (ADS)

2019.6.5:"The Absence of [CII]158μm Emission in Spectroscopically-Confirmed Galaxies at z > 8", Laporte et al. (ADS)

2019.6.1:"SILVERRUSH. IX. Ly$\alpha$ Intensity Mapping with Star-Forming Galaxies at $z=5.7$ and $6.6$: Ly$\alpha$ Emission Extended at $>150$ comoving kpc Beyond the Virial-Radius Scale of Galaxy Dark Matter Halos", Kakuma et al. (ADS)

2019.5.29:"Second Data Release of the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program", Aihara et al. (ADS)

2019.5.23:"CHORUS. III. Photometric and Spectroscopic Properties of Lyα Blobs at z=4.9−7.0", Zhang et al. (ADS)

2019.5.22:"Stellar Properties of z ~ 8 Galaxies in the Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey", Strai et al. (ADS)

2019.5.16:"Early Low-Mass Galaxies and Star-Cluster Candidates at z~6-9 Identified by the Gravitational Lensing Technique and Deep Optical/Near-Infrared Imaging", Kikuchihara et al. (ADS)

2019.5.15:"How Do Galaxies trace a large scale structure?: A case study around a massive protocluster at z=3.13", Ke et al. (ADS)

2019.4.25:"A Giant Green Pea Identified in the Spectroscopy of Spatially Extended [OIII] Sources", Suraphong et al. (ADS)

2019.4.5:"Fast Outflows Identified in Early Star-Forming Galaxies at z=5−6", Sugahara et al. (ADS)

2019.4.2.:"The brightest UV-selected galaxies in protoclusters at z∼4: Ancestors of Brightest Cluster Galaxies?", Ito et al. (ADS)

2019.3.7:"ALMA twenty-six arcmin^2 survey of GOODS-S at one-millimeter (ASAGAO): Near-infrared-dark faint ALMA sources", Yamaguchi et al. (ADS)

2019.3.5:"RELICS: Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey", Coe et al. (ADS)

2019.2.25:"SILVERRUSH. VIII. Spectroscopic Identifications of Early Large Scale Structures with Protoclusters Over 200 Mpc at z~6-7: Strong Associations of Dusty Star-Forming Galaxies", Harikane et al. (arXiv:1902.09555)

2019.2.18:"First Identification of 10-kpc Scale [CII] 158um Halos around Star-Forming Galaxies at z=5-7", Fujimoto et al. (arXiv:1902.06760)

2019.2.11:"Fluorescent CII* 1335A emission spectroscopically resolved in a galaxy at z = 5.754", Bosman et al. (arXiv:1902.03880)

2019.1.31:"Enhancement of HI absorption associated with the z=3.1 large-scale proto-cluster and characteristic structures with AGNs sculptured over Gpc scale in the SSA22 field", Hayashino et al. (arXiv:1901.11242)

2019.1.29:"Discovery of the First Low-Luminosity Quasar at z>7", Matsuoka et al. (arXiv:1901.10487)

2019.1.22:"Environmental impacts on molecular gas in protocluster galaxies at z~2", Tadaki et al. (arXiv:1901.07173)

2019.1.11:"Long gamma-ray burst rate at very high redshift", Kinugawa et al. (arXiv:1901.03516)

= 2018 =

2018.12.31:"Near-Infrared Survey and Photometric Redshifts in the Extended GOODS-North field", Hsu et al. (arXiv:1901.00013)

2018.11.26:"The infrared-luminous progenitors of high-z quasars", Ginolfi et al. (arXiv:1811.10644)

2018.11.05:"Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). V. Quasar Luminosity Function and Contribution to Cosmic Reionization at z=6", Matsuoka et al. (arXiv:1811.01963)

2018.10.31:"Detections of [OIII] 88um in Two Quasars in the Reionization Epoch", Hashimoto et al. (arXiv:1811.00030)

2018.10.18:"RELICS: High-Resolution Constraints on the Inner Mass Distribution of the z=0.83 Merging Cluster RXJ0152.7-1357 from strong lensing", Acebron et al. (arXiv:1810.08122)

2018.9.4:"Morphologies of ~190,000 Galaxies at z=0-10 Revealed with HST Legacy Data. III. Continuum Profile and Size Evolution of Lya Emitters", Shibuya et al. (arXiv:1809.00765)

2018.8.14:"Alma Twenty-six Arcmin^2 Survey Of Goods-s At One-millimeter (asagao): Source Catalog And Number Counts", Hatsukade et al. (arXiv:1808.04502)

2018.6.11:"Detection of the Far-infrared [OIII] and Dust Emission in a Galaxy at Redshift 8.312: Early Metal Enrichment in the Heart of the Reionization Era", Tamura et al. (arXiv:1806.04132)

2018.6.1: ""Big Three Dragons": a z=7.15 Lyman BreakGalaxy Detected in [OIII]88μm, [CII]158μm, and Dust Continuum with ALMA", Hashimoto et al. (arXiv:1806.00486)

2018.5.18: "The distribution and physical properties of high-redshift [OIII] emitters in a cosmological hydrodynamics simulation", Moriwaki et al. (arXiv:1805.07062)

2018.5.15: "CHORUS II. Subaru/HSC Determination of the Lyα Luminosity Function at z=7.0: Constraints on Cosmic Reionization Model Parameter", Itoh et al. (arXiv:1805.05944)

2018.5.15: "The onset of star formation 250 million years after the Big Bang", Hashimoto et al. (arXiv:1805.05966)

2018.3.27: "the dominant origin of diffuse Lya halos around LAEs explored by SED fitting and clustering analysis", Kusakabe et al. (arXiv:1803.10265)

2018.3.26: "RELICS: Strong Lensing analysis of the galaxy clusters Abell S295, Abell 697, MACS J0025.4-1222, and MACS J0159.8-0849", Cibirka et al. (arXiv:1803.09557)

2018.3.5: "Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). IV. Discovery of 41 Quasars and Luminous Galaxies at 5.7 < z < 6.9", Matsuoka et al. (arXiv:1803.01861)

2018.2.24: "Large Scale Environment of a z=6.61 Luminous Quasar Probed by Lyα Emitters and Lyman Break Galaxies", Ota et al., (arXiv:1802.08912)

2018.2.15: "Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs) III. Star formation properties of the host galaxies at z>6 studied with ALMA", Izumi et al. (arXiv:1802.05742)

2018.2.6: "ASAGAO. Average Morphology of High-z Dusty Star-Forming Galaxies is an Exponential-Disk (n~1) Harboring an AGN", Fujimoto et al. (arXiv:1802.02136)

2018.1.9: "Candidate z~10 Galaxy Strongly Lensed into a Spatially Resolved Arc", Salmon et al. (arXiv:1801.03103)

2018.1.2: "SILVERRUSH. VII. Subaru/HSC Identifications of 42 Protocluster Candidates at z~6-7 with the Spectroscopic Redshifts up to z=6.574: Implications for Cosmic Reionization", Higuchi et al. (arXiv:1801.00531)

= 2017 =

2017.12.30: "SILVERRUSH. VI. A simulation of Lyα emitters in the reionization epoch and a comparison with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam survey early data", Inoue et al. (arXiv:1801.00067)

2017.12.9: "ALMA Twenty-six arcmin2 Survey of GOODS-S at One-millimeter (ASAGAO): X-ray AGN Properties of Millimeter-Selected Galaxies", Ueda et al. (arXiv:1712.03350)

2017.11.14: "SPLASH-SXDF Multi-wavelength Photometric Catalog", Mehta et al., ApJS, (arXiv:1711.05280)

2017.11.10: "SILVERRUSH. V. Census of Lya, [OIII]5007, Ha, and [CII]158um Line Emission with ~1000 LAEs at z=4.9-7.0 Revealed with Subaru/HSC", Harikane et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1711.03735)

2017.10.19: "Size-luminosity relations and UV luminosity functions at z=6-9 simultaneously derived from the complete Hubble Frontier Fields data", Kawamata et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1710.07301)

2017.9.13: "Minor Contribution of Quasars to Ionizing Photon Budget at z~6: Update on Quasar Luminosity Function at the Faint-end with Subaru/Suprime-Cam", Onoue et al., ApJL, (arXiv:1709.04413)

2017.8.30: "GOLDRUSH. III. A Systematic Search of Protoclusters at z∼4 Based on the >100deg2 Area", Toshikawa et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1708.09421)

2017.8.21: "Detectability of 21cm-signal during the Epoch of Reionization with 21cm-LAE cross-correlation", Kubota et al., MNRAS, (arXiv:1708.06291)

2017.7.28: "Stellar and Dark Matter Halo Properties of LAEs at z∼2", Kusakabe et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1707.09373)

2017.6.2: "Deep Optical Imaging of the COSMOS Field with Hyper Suprime-Cam Using Data from the Subaru Strategic Program and the University of Hawaii", Tanaka et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1706.00566)

2017.5.3: "SILVERRUSH. IV. Lyα Luminosity Functions at z=5.7 and 6.6 Studied with ∼ 1,300 LAEs on the 14−21 deg2 Sky", Konno et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1705.01222)

2017.5.1: "SILVERRUSH. III. Deep Optical and Near-Infrared Spectroscopy for Lya and UV-Nebular Lines of Bright Lya Emitters at z=6-7", Shibuya et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1705.00733)

2017.4.27: "Clustering of quasars in a wide luminosity range at redshift 4 with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam wide field imaging", He et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.08461)

2017.4.26: "SILVERRUSH. II. First Catalogs and Properties of ~2,000 Lya Emitters and Blobs at z~6-7 Identified over the 14-21 deg2 Sky", Shibuya et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.08140)

2017.4.24: "Systematic Identification of LAEs for Visible Exploration and Reionization Research Using Subaru HSC (SILVERRUSH). I. Program Strategy and Clustering Properties of ~2,000 Lya Emitters at z=6-7 over the 0.3-0.5 Gpc2 Survey Area", Ouchi et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.07455)

2017.4.21: "GOLDRUSH. II. Clustering of Galaxies at z∼4−6 Revealed with the Half-Million Dropouts Over the 100 deg2 Area Corresponding to 1 Gpc3", Harikane et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.06535)

2017.4.20: "Great Optically Luminous Dropout Research Using Subaru HSC (GOLDRUSH). I. UV Luminosity Functions at z∼4−7 Derived with the Half-Million Dropouts on the 100 deg2 Sky", Ono et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.06004)

2017.4.20: "A 16 deg2 survey of emission-line galaxies at z<1.5 in HSC-SSP PDR1", Hayashi et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.05978)

2017.4.20: "The Quasar Luminosity Function at Redshift 4 with Hyper Suprime-Cam Wide Survey", Akiyama et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.05996)

2017.4.20: "Enhancement of Galaxy Overdensity around Quasar Pairs at z<3.6 based on the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program Survey", Onoue et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.06051)

2017.4.19: "The Hyper Suprime-Cam SSP Survey: Overview and Survey Design", Aihara et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.05858)

2017.4.19: "Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). II. Discovery of 32 Quasars and Luminous Galaxies at 5.7 < z < 6.8", Matsuoka et al., PASJ, (arXiv:1704.05854)

2017.4.17: "Deep submillimeter and radio observations in the SSA22 field. I. Powering sources and Lyα escape fraction of Lyα blobs", Ao et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1704.05101)

2017.3.7: "A New Constraint on Reionization from Evolution of the Lyα Luminosity Function at z∼6−7 Probed by a Deep Census of z=7.0 Lyα Emitter Candidates to 0.3 L∗", Ota et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1703.02501)

2017.3.7: "Small-scale Intensity Mapping: Extended Lyα, Hα and Continuum emission as a Probe of Halo Star Formation in High-redshift Galaxies", Mas-Ribas et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1703.02593)

2017.3.6: "Demonstrating A New Census of INfrared Galaxies with ALMA (DANCING-ALMA). I. FIR Size and Luminosity Relation at z = 0-6 Revealed with 1034 ALMA Sources", Fujimoto et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1703.02138)

2017.3.6: "Evolution of Galactic Outflows at z∼0-2 Revealed with SDSS, DEEP2, and Keck spectra", Sugahara et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1703.01885)

2017.2.16: "Systematic Survey for [OII], [OIII], and Hα Blobs at z=0.1−1.5: The Implication for Evolution of Galactic-Scale Outflow", Yuma et al., ApJ, (arXiv:1702.05107)

2017.2.1: "Direct evidence for Lyα depletion in the protocluster core", Shimakawa et al., MNRAS Letter, (arXiv:1702.00100)

2017.1.10: "Imaging of diffuse HI absorption structure in the SSA22 proto-cluster region at z = 3.1", Mawatari et al., MNRAS, (arXiv:1701.02462)

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