First Author Publications

[8] Millholland, S. & Batygin, K. “Excitation of Planetary Obliquities Through Planet-Disk Interactions.” 2019, accepted to ApJ, arXiv: 1904.07338
[7] Millholland, S. & Laughlin, G. “Obliquity-Driven Sculpting of Exoplanetary Systems.” 2019, Nature Astronomy, arXiv: 1903.01386
[6] Millholland, S. & Laughlin, G. “Obliquity Tides May Drive WASP-12b’s Rapid Orbital Decay.” 2018, ApJL, 869, L15
[5] Millholland, S., Laughlin, G., Teske, J., et al. “New Constraints on Gliese 876 — Exemplar of Mean-Motion Resonance.” 2018, AJ, 155, 106
[4] Millholland, S., Wang, S., & Laughlin, G. Kepler Multi-Planet Systems Exhibit Unexpected Intra-system Uniformity in Mass and Radius.” 2017, ApJL, 849, L33 AAS Nova
[3] Millholland, S. & Laughlin, G. “Supervised Learning Detection of Sixty Non-Transiting Hot Jupiter Candidates.” 2017, AJ, 154, 83 National Geographic,,  NSF,  The Register
[2] Millholland, S. & Laughlin, G. “Constraints on Planet Nine’s Orbit and Sky Position within a Framework of Mean-motion Resonances.” 2017, AJ, 153, 91
[1] Millholland, S., Wang, S., & Laughlin, G. “On the Detection of Non-Transiting Hot Jupiters in Multiple Planet Systems.” 2016, ApJL, 823, L7

Co-Author Publications

[4] Adams, A. D., Millholland, S., & Laughlin, G. “Signatures of Obliquity in Thermal Phase Curves of Hot Jupiters.” 2019, submitted to AAS Journals
[3] Wang, S., Jones, M., Shporer, A., et al., including Millholland, S. “HD 202772Ab: A Transiting Hot Jupiter Around a Bright, Mildly Evolved Star in a Visual Binary Discovered by TESS.” 2019, AJ, 157, 51
[2] Becker, J. C., Khain, T., Hamilton, S. J., et al., including Millholland, S. “Discovery and Dynamical Analysis of an Extreme Trans-Neptunian Object with a High Orbital Inclination.” 2018, AJ, 156, 81
[1] Janvier, M., Savcheva, A., Pariat, E., Tassev, S., Millholland, S., Bommier, V., McCauley, P., McKillop, S., Dougan, F. “Evolution of Flare Ribbons, Electric Currents and Quasi-separatrix Layers During an X-class Flare.” 2016, A&A, 591, A141