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Hayley J. Macpherson
Hayley J. Macpherson
Herchel Smith Fellow, University of Cambridge
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Inhomogeneous cosmology with numerical relativity
HJ Macpherson, PD Lasky, DJ Price
Physical Review D 95 (6), 064028, 2017
582017
Einstein’s Universe: Cosmological structure formation in numerical relativity
HJ Macpherson, DJ Price, PD Lasky
Physical Review D 99 (6), 063522, 2019
422019
The trouble with Hubble: Local versus global expansion rates in inhomogeneous cosmological simulations with numerical relativity
HJ Macpherson, PD Lasky, DJ Price
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 865 (1), L4, 2018
332018
Luminosity distance and anisotropic sky-sampling at low redshifts: a numerical relativity study
HJ Macpherson, A Heinesen
Physical Review D 104 (2), 023525, 2021
132021
Numerical solutions to Einstein’s equations in a shearing-dust universe: a code comparison
J Adamek, C Barrera-Hinojosa, M Bruni, B Li, HJ Macpherson, JB Mertens
Classical and quantum gravity 37 (15), 154001, 2020
112020
Erratum: Luminosity distance and anisotropic sky-sampling at low redshifts: A numerical relativity study [Phys. Rev. D 104, 023525 (2021)]
HJ Macpherson, A Heinesen
Physical Review D 104 (10), 109901, 2021
32021
Inhomogeneous cosmology in an anisotropic Universe
HJ Macpherson
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.13380, 2019
22019
A prediction for anisotropies in the nearby Hubble flow
A Heinesen, HJ Macpherson
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2022 (03), 057, 2022
12022
The quadrupole in the local Hubble parameter: first constraints using Type Ia supernova data and forecasts for future surveys
S Dhawan, A Borderies, HJ Macpherson, A Heinesen
arXiv preprint arXiv:2205.12692, 2022
2022
Covariant transverse-traceless projection for secondary gravitational waves
A Ota, HJ Macpherson, WR Coulton
arXiv preprint arXiv:2111.09163, 2021
2021
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