Greg Novak

Postdoctoral Researcher, Paris Observatory


Local Black Hole Scaling Relations Require Compton Thick or Super Eddington Accretion, G.S. Novak, submitted to MNRAS letters (ADS).

Modeling Relativistic and Non-Relativistic Black-Hole Feedback in Galaxies:Toward A Robust, Resolution-Independent Approach, G.S. Novak, M. Stringer, D. Giannios, F. Durier, A. Babul, submitted to MNRAS.

Simulating multiple merger pathways to the central kinematics of early-type galaxies, C.E. Moody, A.J. Romanowsky, T.J. Cox, G.S. Novak, J.R. Primack, submitted to MNRAS.

AGN feedback in an isolated elliptical galaxy: the effect of strong radiative feedback in the kinetic mode, Z. Gan, F. Yuan, J.P. Ostriker, L. Ciotti, G.S. Novak, submitted to ApJ (ADS).

Galaxy size trends as a consequence of cosmology, M. Stringer, F. Shankar, G.S. Novak, M. Huertas-Company, F. Combes, B. Moster, MNRAS 441:1570 (2014) (ADS).

Heating of the molecular gas in the massive outflow of the local ultraluminous-infrared and radio-loud galaxy 4C12.50, K. M. Dasyra, F. Combes, G.S. Novak, M. Bremer, L. Spinoglio, M. Pereira Santaella, P. Salomé, E. Falgarone, A&A 565:A46, (ADS).

Radiative Transfer and Radiative driving of Outflows in AGN and Starbursts, G.S. Novak, J.P. Ostriker, L. Ciotti, MNRAS 427:2734 (2012) (ADS).

On Galaxies and Homology, G.S. Novak, P. Jonsson, J.R. Primack, T.J. Cox, A. Dekel, MNRAS 424:635 (2012) (ADS).

Feedback from Central Black Holes in Elliptical Galaxies: Two-dimensional Models Compared to One-dimensional Models, G.S. Novak, J.P. Ostriker, L. Ciotti, ApJ 737:26 (2011) (ADS).

Momentum Driving: which physical processes dominate AGN feedback?, J.P. Ostriker, E. Choi, L. Ciotti, G.S. Novak, and D. Proga, ApJ 722:642, 2010 (ADS).

The Redshift Evolution of Wet, Dry, and Mixed galaxy Mergers from Close Galaxy Pairs in the DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey, L. Lin, D.R. Patton, D.C. Koo, K. Casteels, C.J. Conselice, S.M. Faber, J. Lotz, C.N.A. Willmer, B.C. Hsieh, T. Chiueh, J.A. Newman, G.S. Novak, B.J. Weiner and M.C. Cooper, ApJ 681:232, 2008 (ADS).

Radius Dependent Luminosity Evolution of Blue Galaxies in GOODS-N, J. Melbourne, A. Phillips, J. Harker, G.S. Novak, D.C. Koo, and S.M. Faber, ApJ 660:81, 2007 (ADS).

Shapes of Stellar Systems and Dark Halos from Simulations of Galaxy Major Mergers, G.S. Novak, T.J. Cox, J.R. Primack, P. Jonsson, A. Dekel, ApJL 646:L9, 2006 (ADS).

On the Correlations of Massive Black Holes with Their Host Galaxies, G.S. Novak, S.M. Faber, and A. Dekel, ApJ 637:96, 2006 (ADS).

Lost and found dark matter in elliptical galaxies, A. Dekel, F. Stoehr, G.A. Mamon, T.J. Cox, G.S. Novak, and J.R. Primack, Nature 437:707, 2005 (ADS).


Simulated Galaxy Remnants Produced by Binary and Multiple Mergers, PhD Thesis, UC Santa Cruz, August 2008, (PDF)


The Buildup of Early-Type Galaxies: Measuring the Formation and Assembly of Stellar Mass Since z~2.5, B. Holden, G. Illingworth, G. Graves, M. Kriek, G. S. Novak, P. van Dokkum, A. van der Wel, and J. Woo, Astro 2010 Science White Paper, no. 132. (ADS)

Shapes of Luminous and Dark Matter in Hydrodynamic Simulations of Galaxy Mergers, G.S. Novak, T.J. Cox, J.R. Primack, P. Jonsson, A. Dekel, Mass Profiles and Shapes of Cosmological Structures, EAS Publications Series 20:293, 2006. (ADS)

The Interesting Dynamics of the 55 Cancri System, G.S. Novak, D. Lai, and D.N.C. Lin, Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets, ASP Conference Series 294:177, 2003. (ADS)

Particle Identification in the ATLAS Muon Spectrometer, G.S. Novak, W. Riegler, C. Posch, ATLAS Internal Note ATL-COM-MUON-2001-020, 2001 (PDF).