Michael S. Turner

Bruce V. & Diana M. Rauner Distinguished Service Professor, Depts. of Astronomy & Astrophysics and Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College
Director of the PFC and KICP

Ph.D., Physics, Stanford University, 1978

KICP Publications
2018 | 2015 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002

  1. "Nuclear Kinetic Equilibrium During Big Bang Nucleosynthesis", arXiv:1811.04932 (Nov 2018)
    Samuel D. McDermott, Michael S. Turner
  2. "Dibaryons cannot be the dark matter", arXiv:1809.06003 (Sep 2018)
    Edward W. Kolb, Michael S. Turner
  1. "Cosmology: A story of cosmic proportions", Nature, Volume 526, Issue 7571, pp. 40-41 (2015) (Oct 2015)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "Beyond H 0 and q 0: Cosmology is No Longer Just Two Numbers", The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 769, Issue 2, article id. 133, 8 pp. (2013) (Jun 2013)
    Abraham R. Neben, Michael S. Turner
  2. "Quarks and the Cosmos", Quest for the Origin of Particles and the Universe - Proceedings of the KMI Inauguration Conference. Edited by Aoki Yasumichi et al. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., 2013. ISBN #9789814412322, pp. 90-102 (Mar 2013)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "Dark Energy, Particle Physics and Cosmology", American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #220, #316.01 (May 2012)
    Michael S. Turner
  2. "Evidence for Type Ia Supernova Diversity from Ultraviolet Observations with the Hubble Space Telescope", The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 749, Issue 2, article id. 126, 17 pp. (2012) (Apr 2012)
    Xiaofeng Wang, Lifan Wang, Alexei V. Filippenko, Eddie Baron, Markus Kromer, Dennis Jack, Tianmeng Zhang, Greg Aldering, Pierre Antilogus, W. David Arnett, Dietrich Baade, Brian J. Barris, Stefano Benetti, Patrice Bouchet, Adam S. Burrows, Ramon Canal, Enrico Cappellaro, Raymond G. Carlberg, Elisa di Carlo, Peter J. Challis, Arlin P. S. Crotts, John I. Danziger, Massimo Della Valle, Michael Fink, Ryan J. Foley, Claes Fransson, Avishay Gal-Yam, Peter M. Garnavich, Chris L. Gerardy, Gerson Goldhaber, Mario Hamuy, Wolfgang Hillebrandt, Peter Höflich, Stephen T. Holland, Daniel E. Holz, John P. Hughes, David J. Jeffery, Saurabh W. Jha, Dan Kasen, Alexei M. Khokhlov, Robert P. Kirshner, Robert A. Knop, Cecilia Kozma, Kevin Krisciunas, Brian C. Lee, Bruno Leibundgut, Eric J. Lentz, Douglas C. Leonard, Walter H. G. Lewin, Weidong Li, Mario Livio, Peter Lundqvist, Dan Maoz, Thomas Matheson, Paolo A. Mazzali, Peter Meikle, Gajus Miknaitis, Peter A. Milne, Stefan W. Mochnacki, Ken'ichi Nomoto, Peter E. Nugent, Elaine S. Oran, Nino Panagia, Saul Perlmutter, Mark M. Phillips, Philip Pinto, Dovi Poznanski, Christopher J. Pritchet, Martin Reinecke, Adam G. Riess, Pilar Ruiz-Lapuente, Richard A. Scalzo, Eric M. Schlegel, Brian P. Schmidt, James Siegrist, Alicia M. Soderberg, Jesper Sollerman, George Sonneborn, Anthony Spadafora, Jason Spyromilio, Richard A. Sramek, Sumner G. Starrfield, Louis G. Strolger, Nicholas B. Suntzeff, Rollin C. Thomas, John L. Tonry, Amedeo Tornambe, James W. Truran, Massimo Turatto, Michael Turner, Schuyler D. Van Dyk, Kurt W. Weiler, J. Craig Wheeler, Michael Wood-Vasey, Stanford E. Woosley, Hitoshi Yamaoka
  3. "2011 Nobel Prize Perspectives", American Physical Society, APS March Meeting 2012, February 27-March 2, 2012, abstract #X60.001 (Feb 2012)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "The dark clouds over US astronomy", Nature, Volume 476, Issue 7359, pp. 127 (2011) (Aug 2011)
    Michael Turner
  2. "The Inner Space/Outer Space Connections: Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Inflation and All That", American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #217, #314.01; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 43, 2011 (Jan 2011)
    Edward W. Kolb, M. S. Turner
  1. "Cosmology: No miracle in the multiverse", Nature, Volume 467, Issue 7316, pp. 657-658 (2010) (Oct 2010)
    Michael Turner
  1. "αβγ, Hoyle, and the history of nucleosynthesis", Physics Today, vol. 62, issue 5, p. 10 (n/a 2009)
    David Arnett, George Wallerstein, Ken Croswell, Michael S. Turner
  2. "A century of physics: 1950 to 2050", Physics Today, vol. 62, issue 9, p. 8 (n/a 2009)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "A Burger, a Beer, and a Side of Science", Preparing for the 2009 International Year of Astronomy: A Hands-On Symposium ASP Conference Series, Vol. 400, proceedings of the conference held 1-5 June, 2008, in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, in Conjunction with the 212th Meeting of the American Astronomica
    B. R. Wiehe, R. H. Landsberg, R. J. Wyatt, M. S. Turner
  2. "Dark Energy and the Accelerating Universe", Annual Review of Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 46, Issue 1, pp.385-432 (Sep 2008)
    Joshua A. Frieman, Michael S. Turner, Dragan Huterer
  3. "TBA", American Physical Society, 2008 APS April Meeting and HEDP/HEDLA Meeting, April 11-15, 2008, abstract #S5.002 (Apr 2008)
    Michael S. Turner
  4. "Quarks to Cosmos: Breaking News at the Interface of Particle, Nuclear and Astrophysics", American Physical Society, 2008 APS March Meeting, March 10-14, 2008, abstract #T1.001 (Mar 2008)
    Michael Turner, Joseph Lykken, Michael Wiescher
  5. "Cosmology: Inflation alive and well", Nature Physics, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 89-91 (2008) (Feb 2008)
    Michael S. Turner
  6. "Explained in 60 Seconds", Communicating Astronomy with the Public Journal, Volume 2, p.4 (Feb 2008)
    M. S. Turner
  1. "Cosmic Acceleration, Dark Energy, and Fundamental Physics", Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, Volume 76, Issue 11, pp. 111015 (2007) (Nov 2007)
    Michael S. Turner, Dragan Huterer
  2. "Quarks and the Cosmos", Science, Volume 315, Issue 5808, pp. 59- (2007) (Jan 2007)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "What Do We Really Know about Cosmic Acceleration?", The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 649, Issue 2, pp. 563-569 (Oct 2006)
    Charles Shapiro, Michael S. Turner
  2. "Book Review: THE VIEW FROM THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE / Riverhead, 2006", Physics Today, vol. 59, no. 11, p. 57 (Nov 2006) (n/a 2006)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "Bold Dreams and Big Questions: The Future of Astronomy in the 21st and NSF's Role", American Astronomical Society Meeting 207, #108.01; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 37, p.1337 (Dec 2005)
    M. S. Turner
  2. "Global Science: Brave New World", American Physical Society, APS April Meeting, April 16-19, 2005, abstract #M6.001 (Apr 2005)
    Michael Turner
  3. "Cosmology of generalized modified gravity models", Physical Review D, vol. 71, Issue 6, id. 063513 (Mar 2005)
    Sean M. Carroll, Antonio de Felice, Vikram Duvvuri, Damien A. Easson, Mark Trodden, Michael S. Turner
  1. "Is cosmic speed-up due to new gravitational physics?", Physical Review D, vol. 70, Issue 4, id. 043528 (Aug 2004)
    Sean M. Carroll, Vikram Duvvuri, Mark Trodden, Michael S. Turner
  1. "Probing dark energy with supernovae: Exploiting complementarity with the cosmic microwave background", Physical Review D, vol. 67, Issue 8, id. 083505 (Apr 2003)
    Joshua A. Frieman, Dragan Huterer, Eric V. Linder, Michael S. Turner
  2. "Accelerators and Dinosaurs", Physics Today, vol. 56, issue 9, p. 10 (n/a 2003)
    Michael S. Turner
  3. "Dark Energy: Just What Theorists Ordered", Physics Today, vol. 56, issue 4, p. 10 (n/a 2003)
    Michael S. Turner
  1. "Exploring the Complementarity of SNAP and Planck", American Astronomical Society, 201st AAS Meeting, #97.06; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 34, p.1265 (Dec 2002)
    D. Huterer, J. A. Frieman, E. V. Linder, M. S. Turner