Dominique M.-A. Meyer

I am a researcher at Potsdam University working on the circumstellar medium of massive stars.

Dominique Meyer


Journal publications ( ADS , Google scholar )


38. Prospects for gamma-ray observations of the Perseus galaxy cluster with the Cherenkov Telescope Array,
CTA consortium incl. Meyer D. M.-A.
Submitted to JCAP 2023

37. On the plerionic rectangular supernova remnants of static progenitors,
Meyer D. M.-A. et al.
Submitted to MNRAS 2023

36. Particle acceleration escape and non-thermal emission from core-collapse supernovae inside non-identical wind-blown bubbles,
Das S., Brose R., Pohl M., Meyer D. M.-A., Sushch I.
Submitted to A&A 2023


35. Simulated non-thermal emission of the supernova remnant G1.9+0.3,
Villagran M. V., Gomez D. O., Velazquez P. F., Meyer D. M.-A., Chiotellis A., Raga A. C., Esquivel A., Toledo-Roy J. C., Vargas-Rojas K. M., Schneiter E. M.
MNRAS 2023, arXiv:2309.16410

34. Sensitivity of the Cherenkov Telescope Array to TeV photon emission from the Large Magellanic Cloud,
CTA consortium incl. Meyer D. M.-A.
MNRAS 2023, Volume 523, Issue 4, pp.5353-5387

33. Sensitivity of the Cherenkov Telescope Array to spectral signatures of hadronic PeVatrons with application to Galactic Supernova Remnants ,
CTA consortium incl. Meyer D. M.-A.
AP 150, 2023, arXiv:2303.15007

32. Mixing of materials in magnetised core-collapse supernova remnants,
Meyer D. M.-A., Pohl M., Petrov M., Egberts K.
MNRAS 2023, Volume 521, Issue 4, pp.5354-5371, arXiv:2303.12579

31. The sculpting of rectangular and jet-like morphologies in supernova remnants by anisotropic equatorially-confined progenitor stellar winds,
Velazquez P. F., Meyer D. M.-A., Chiotellis A., Cruz-Alvarez A. E., Schneiter E. M., Toledo-Roy J. C., Reynoso E. M., Esquivel A.
MNRAS 2023, Volume 519, Issue 4, pp.5358-5372, arXiv:2301.03660

30. Episodic accretion and mergers during growth of massive protostars,
Elbakyan V., Nayakshin S., Meyer D. M.-A., Vorobyov E. I.
MNRAS 2023, 518, Issue 1, pp.791-809, arXiv:2210.10165

29. The burst mode of accretion in massive star formation with stellar inertia,
Meyer D. M.-A., Vorobyov E. I., Elbakyan V., Kraus S., Liu S.-Y., Nayakshin S., Sobolev A. M.
MNRAS 2022, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.4795-4812, arXiv:2210.09662

28. Discovery of an optical cocoon tail behind the runaway HD 185806,
Spetsieri Z. T., Boumis P., Chiotellis A., Akras A., Derlopa S., Shetye S., Meyer D. M.-A., Bowman D. M., Gvaramadze V. V.
MNRAS 2022, Volume 515, Issue 1, pp.1544-1556, arXiv:2206.14806

27. Rectangular core-collapse supernova remnants: application to Puppis A,
Meyer D. M.-A., Velazquez P. F., Petruk O., Chiotellis A., Pohl M., Camps-Farina F., Petrov M., Reynoso E. M., Toledo-Roy J. C., Schneiter E. M., Castellanos-Ramirez A., Esquivel A.
MNRAS 2022, Volume 515, Issue 1, pp.594-605, arXiv:2206.14495

26. Pulsar wind nebulae of runaway massive stars,
Meyer D. M.-A. and Meliani Z.
MNRAS Letters 2022, Volume 515, Issue 1, pp.L29-L33, arXiv:2206.03916

25. Astrospheres of Planet-Hosting Cool Stars and Beyond. When Modeling Meets Observations,
Herbst K., Baalman L. R., Bykov A., Engelbrecht E. N., Ferreira S. E. S., Izmodenov V. V., Korolkov S., Levenfish K. P., J. L. Linsky, Meyer D. M.-A., Scherer K., Du Toit Strauss R.
Space Science Reviews, Volume 218, Issue 4, article id.29,

24. Spectral softening in core-collapse supernova remnant expanding inside wind-blown bubble,
Das S., Brose R., Meyer D. M.-A., Pohl M., Sushch I., Plotko P.
A&A, 2022, Volume 661, id.A128, 13 pp., arXiv:2203.03369

23. On the bipolarity of Wolf-Rayet nebulae,
Meyer D. M.-A.
MNRAS, Volume 507, Issue 4, pp.4697-4714, 2021; arXiv:2108.09273

22. 3D MHD astrospheres: applications to IRC-10414 and Betelgeuse,
Meyer D. M.-A., Mignone A., Petrov M., Scherer K., Velazquez P. F., Boumis P.
MNRAS, Vol. 506, Issue 4, pp.5170-5189, 2021; arXiv:2107.05513

21. Non-thermal radio supernova remnants of exiled Wolf-Rayet stars,
Meyer D. M.-A., Pohl M., Petrov M., Oskinova L.
MNRAS, Vol. 502, Issue 4, pp.5340-5355, 2021; arXiv:2102.06000

20. Parameter study for the burst mode of accretion in massive star formation,
Meyer D. M.-A., Voroboyov E., Elbaykan V., Eisloeffel J., Sobolev A., Stoehr M.
MNRAS, Vol. 500, Issue 4, pp.4448-4468, 2021; arXiv:2011.05017

19. ALMA View of the Infalling Envelope around a Massive Protostar in S255IR SMA1,
Liu Sheng-Yuan, Su Yu-Nung, Zinchenko Igor, Meyer D. M.-A., Wang Kuo-Song, Wang Yuan, Hsieh I-Ta
ApJ, Vol. 904, Issue 2, id.181, 17 pp., 2020; arXiv:2010.09199

18. Production of secondary particles in heavy nuclei interactions in supernova remnants,
Bhatt M., Sushch I., Pohl M., Fedynitch A., Das S., Brose R., Plotko P., Meyer D. M.-A.
Ast. Phys., Vol. 123, article id. 102490, 2020; arXiv:2006.07018

17. On the ring nebulae around runaway Wolf-Rayet stars,
Meyer D. M.-A., Oskinova L., Pohl M., Petrov M.
MNRAS, Vol. 496, Issue 3, pp.3906-3911, 2020; arXiv:2006.06027

16. Wind nebulae and supernova remnants of very massive stars,
Meyer D. M.-A., Petrov M., Pohl M.
MNRAS, Vol. 493, Issue 3, p.3548-3564, 2020; arXiv:2002.08268

15. An ALMA view of nascent massive multiple systems formed by gravitational instability,
Meyer D. M.-A., Kreplin A., Kraus S., Voroboyov E., Haemmerle L., Eisloeffel J.
MNRAS, Vol. 487, Issue 4, p.4473-4491, 2019; arXiv:1906.02015

14. The excursions of low-mass protostars in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram,
Elbaykan V., Vorobyov E.I., Rab C., Meyer D. M.-A., Guedel M., Hosokawa T., Yorke H.
MNRAS, Vol. 484, Issue 1, p.146-160, 2019; arXiv:1812.10982

13. On the excursions of massive protostars in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram,
Meyer D. M.-A., Haemmerle L., Vorobyov E.
MNRAS, Vol. 484, Issue 2, p.2482-2498, 2019; arXiv:1812.10762

12. Burst occurrence in young massive stellar objects,
Meyer D. M.-A., Voroboyov E., V. Elbaykan, Stecklum B., Eisloeffel J., Sobolev A.
MNRAS, Vol. 482, Issue 4, p.5459-5476, 2019; arXiv:1811.00574

11. Forming spectroscopic massive proto-binaries by disk fragmentation,
Meyer D. M.-A., Kuiper R., Kley W., Voroboyov E., Johnston K.
MNRAS, Vol. 473, Issue 3, p.3615-3637, 2018; arXiv:1710.01162

10. Bow shocks of hot massive stars in a magnetized medium,
Meyer D. M.-A., Mignone A., Kuiper R., Raga A., W. Kley,
MNRAS, Vol. 464, Issue 3, p.3229-3248, 2017; arXiv:1610.00543

9. On the existence of accretion-driven outbursts in massive star formation,
Meyer D. M.-A., Voroboyov E., Kuiper R., W. Kley,
MNRAS: Letters, Vol. 464, Issue 1, p.L90-L94; arXiv:1609.03402

8. On the observability of bow shocks of Galactic runaway OB stars,
Meyer D. M.-A., van Marle A.-J., R. Kuiper, W. Kley,
MNRAS, Vol. 459, Issue 2, p.1146-1158, 2016; arXiv:1603.04755

7. Asymmetric supernova remnants from massive, Galactic, runaway stars,
Meyer D. M.-A., Langer N., Mackey J., Velazquez P. and Gusdorf A.,
MNRAS, Vol. 450, Issue 3, p.3080-3100, 2015; arXiv:1508.03347

6. Interacting supernovae from photoionization-confined shells around red supergiant stars,
Mackey J., Mohamed S., Gvaramadze V., Kotak R., Langer N., Meyer D., Moriya T. and Neilson H.,
Nature, Volume 512, Issue 7514, pp. 282-285, 2014; arXiv:1408.2522

5. Models of the circumstellar medium of massive runaway stars moving through the Galactic plane,
Meyer D. M.-A., Mackey J., Langer N., Gvaramadze V. V., Mignone A., Izzard R. G., L. Kaper,
MNRAS, Vol. 444, Issue 3, p.2754-2775, 2014; arXiv:1408.2828

4. On the stability of bow shocks generated by red supergiants: the case of IRC-10414,
Meyer D. M.-A., Gvaramadze V. V., Langer N., Mackey J., Boumis P., Mohamed S.,
MNRAS, Vol. 439, p. L41-L45, p.2754-2775, 2014; arXiv:1312.1687

3. IRC-10414: a bow-shock-producing red supergiant star,
Gvaramadze V.V., Menten K.M., Kniazev A.Y., Langer N., Mackey J., Kraus A., Meyer D. M.-A.,
MNRAS, Vol. 437, Issue 1, p.843-856, 2014; arXiv:1310.2245

2. Double bow shocks around young, runaway red supergiants: application to Betelgeuse,
Mackey J., Mohamed S., Neilson H. R., Langer N., Meyer D. M.-A.,
ApJ Letters, Volume 751, Issue 1, article id. L10, 6 pp., 2012; arXiv:1204.3925

1. Cotunneling and backaction forces in nanobeams close to the Euler instability,
Weick G., Meyer D. M.-A.,
Physical Review B, vol. 84, Issue 12, id. 125454, 2011; arXiv:1107.3725

Credit image : NASA/HST view of Spaghetti nebula