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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

 

 

Career

  • 2005- : Professor of Mathematical Physics, Universityof Cambridge
  • 1988-2005: Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Queen Mary, University of London

 

Research

John Papaloizou  is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics . He works in the Astrophysical fluid dynamics research group.  His current research interests are  in the dynamics of astrophysical  disks, planet formation and the early evolution of planetary systems.

Selected Publications

Publications

Consequences of tidal interaction between disks and orbiting protoplanets for the evolution of multi-planet systems with architecture resembling that of Kepler 444
JCB Papaloizou
– Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy
(2016)
126,
157
A QUASI-STATIONARY TWISTED DISK FORMED AS A RESULT OF A TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT
M Xiang-Gruess, PB Ivanov, JCB Papaloizou
– BALTIC ASTRONOMY
(2016)
25,
304
The Evolution of a Supermassive Retrograde Binary Embedded in an Accretion Disk
PB Ivanov, JCB Papaloizou, S-J Paardekooper, AG Polnarev
– Open Astronomy
(2015)
24,
166
Evolutionary outcomes for pairs of planets undergoing orbital migration and circularization: second-order resonances and observed period ratios in Kepler's planetary systems
M Xiang-Gruess, JCB Papaloizou
– Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
(2015)
449,
3043
The evolution of a binary in a retrograde circular orbit embedded in an accretion disk
PB Ivanov, JCB Papaloizou, SJ Paardekooper, AG Polnarev
– Astronomy and Astrophysics
(2015)
576,
a29
The Evolution of a Supermassive Retrograde Binary Embedded in an Accretion Disk
PB Ivanov, JCB Papaloizou, S-J Paardekooper, AG Polnarev
– Open Astronomy
(2015)
24,
6
On the local stability of vortices in differentially rotating discs
AD Railton, JCB Papaloizou
– Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
(2014)
445,
4406
Three body resonances in close orbiting planetary systems: Tidal dissipation and orbital evolution
JCB Papaloizou
– International Journal of Astrobiology
(2014)
14,
291
Type i planet migration in weakly magnetized laminar disks
J Guilet, C Baruteau, JCB Papaloizou
– Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
(2014)
8,
256
Evolution of a disc–planet system with a binary companion on an inclined orbit
M Xiang-Gruess, JCB Papaloizou
– Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
(2014)
440,
1179
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Research Group

Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics

Room

F1.07

Telephone

01223 760390