# Publications

## 2022

**Model reduction methods for nuclear emulators**,
Jordan Melendez, Christian Drischler, Dick Furnstahl, Alberto Garcia, and Xilin Zhang,
J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 49 102001 (2022),
arXiv:2203.05528.

**Chapter 'Fast emulation of quantum three-body scattering' in 'Nuclear Forces for Precision Nuclear Physics: A Collection of Perspectives'**,
Christian Drischler and Xilin Zhang,
Few-Body Systems 63, 67 (2022),
arXiv:2202.01105.

## 2021

**Gaussian process error modeling for chiral effective-field-theory calculations of $np \leftrightarrow d \gamma$ at low energies**,
Bijaya Acharya and Sonia Bacca,
Phys. Lett. B 827, 137011,
arXiv:2109.13972.

**Fast emulation of quantum three-body scattering**,
Xilin Zhang and Dick Furnstahl,
Phys. Rev. C 105, 064004,
arXiv:2110.04269.

**Fast & accurate emulation of two-body scattering observables without wave functions**,
Jordan Melendez, Christian Drischler, Alberto Garcia, Dick Furnstahl, and Xilin Zhang,
Phys. Lett. B 821, 136608 (2021),
arXiv:2106.15608.

**Rigorous constraints on three-nucleon forces in chiral effective field theory from fast and accurate calculations of few-body observables**,
Sarah Wesolowski, Isak Svensson, Andreas Ekström, Christian Forssén, Dick Furnstahl, Jordan Melendez, Daniel Phillips,
Phys. Rev. C 104, 064001 (2021),
arXiv:2104.04441.
[notebooks]

## 2020

**Efficient emulators for scattering using eigenvector continuation**,
Dick Furnstahl, Alberto Garcia, Patrick Millican, and Xilin Zhang,
Phys. Lett. B 809, 135719 (2020),
arXiv:2007.03635.
[notebooks]

**Effective Field Theory Truncation Errors and Why They Matter**,
Jordan Melendez,
PhD Thesis at OhioLINK,

**Ab initio calculations of low-energy nuclear scattering using a generalized Lüscher method**,
Xilin Zhang, Ragnar Stroberg, Petr Navratil, Chan Gwak, Jordan Melendez, Dick Furnstahl, and Jason Holt,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 112503 (2020),
arXiv:2004.13575.

**Designing Optimal Experiments: An Application to Proton Compton Scattering**,
Jordan Melendez, Dick Furnstahl, Harald Grießhammer, Judith McGovern, Daniel Phillips, and M.T. Pratola,
Eur. Phys. J 57, 81,
arXiv:2004.11307.
[notebooks]

**Quantifying uncertainties and correlations in the nuclear-matter equation of state**,
Christian Drischler, Jordan Melendez, Dick Furnstahl, and Daniel Phillips,
Phys. Rev. C 102, 054315 (2020),
arXiv:2004.07805.
[notebooks]

**How well do we know the neutron-matter equation of state at the densities inside neutron stars? A Bayesian approach with correlated uncertainties**,
Christian Drischler, Dick Furnstahl, Jordan Melendez, and Daniel Phillips,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 202702 (2020),
arXiv:2004.07232.
[notebooks]

## 2019

**S-factor and scattering-parameter extractions from He-3 + He-4 -> Be-7 + gamma**,
Xilin Zhang, Kenneth M. Nollett, and D. R. Phillips,
J. Phys. G 47, 054002 (2020),
arXiv:1909.07287.

**Quantifying correlated truncation errors in effective field theory**,
Jordan Melendez, Dick Furnstahl, Daniel Phillips, Matt Pratola, and Sarah Wesolowski,
Phys. Rev. C 100, 044001 (2019),
arXiv:1904.10581.
[notebooks]

**Exploring Bayesian parameter estimation for chiral effective field theory using nucleon-nucleon phase shifts**,
Sarah Wesolowski, Dick Furnstahl, Jordan Melendez, and Daniel Phillips,
J. Phys. G 46, 045102 (2019),
arXiv:1808.08211.

## 2017

**Bayesian truncation errors in chiral effective field theory: Nucleon-nucleon observables**,
Jordan Melendez, Sarah Wesolowski, and Dick Furnstahl,
Phys. Rev. C 96, 024003 (2017),
arXiv:1704.03308.

## 2016

**Bayesian parameter estimation for effective field theories**,
Sarah Wesolowski, Natalie Klco, Dick Furnstahl, Daniel Phillips, and A. Thapaliya,
J. Phys. G 43, 074001 (2016),
arXiv:1511.03618.

## 2015

**Quantifying truncation errors in effective field theory**,
Dick Furnstahl, Natalie Klco, Daniel Phillips, and Sarah Wesolowski,
Phys. Rev. C 92, 024005 (2015),
arXiv:1506.01343.

**A recipe for EFT uncertainty quantification in nuclear physics**,
Dick Furnstahl, Daniel Phillips, and Sarah Wesolowski,
J. Phys. G 42, 034028 (2015),
arXiv:1407.0657.