|The likelihood of detecting young giant planets with high-contrast imaging and interferometry|
AL Wallace, MJ Ireland
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 490 (1), 502-512, 2019
|High-resolution survey for planetary companions to young stars in the Taurus molecular cloud|
AL Wallace, J Kammerer, MJ Ireland, C Federrath, AL Kraus, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 498 (1), 1382-1396, 2020
|Planet formation imager: project update|
JD Monnier, M Ireland, S Kraus, A Alonso-Herrero, A Bonsor, F Baron, ...
Optical and Infrared Interferometry and Imaging VI 10701, 1070118, 2018
|Constraints on planets in nearby young moving groups detectable by high-contrast imaging and Gaia astrometry|
AL Wallace, MJ Ireland, C Federrath
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 508 (2), 2515-2523, 2021
|A spectroscopically confirmed Gaia-selected sample of 318 new young stars within ∼200 pc|
M Žerjal, AD Rains, MJ Ireland, G Zhou, J Kammerer, A Wallace, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 503 (1), 938-952, 2021
|Giant planet formation in the near-infrared: single large telescopes are not enough|
J Kammerer, A Wallace, M Ireland
AAS/Division for Extreme Solar Systems Abstracts 51, 305.06, 2019