Phil Bull > Research > Publications


This is a list of my scientific publications to date.

You can also find listings on SPIRES, Google Scholar, and arXiv. My ORCID is 0000-0001-5668-3101.

Some of the computer code used in these papers is available online.

  1. Priors on the effective Dark Energy equation of state in scalar-tensor theories

    Marco Raveri, Philip Bull, Alessandra Silvestri, Levon Pogosian


  2. A Galaxy-Halo Model for Multiple Cosmological Tracers

    Philip Bull

    MNRAS stx1052; arXiv:1610.08948

  3. Dipolar modulation in the size of galaxies: The effect of Doppler magnification

    Camille Bonvin, Sambatra Andrianomena, David Bacon, Chris Clarkson, Roy Maartens, Teboho Moloi, Philip Bull


  4. Science Impacts of the SPHEREx All-Sky Optical to Near-Infrared Spectral Survey

    Olivier Doré, Michael W. Werner (Eds.) et al.


  5. Spatial curvature endgame: Reaching the limit of curvature determination

    C. Danielle Leonard, Philip Bull, Rupert Allison

    Phys. Rev. D 94, 023502 (2016); arXiv:1604.01410

  6. Reconstructing cosmic growth with kSZ observations in the era of Stage IV experiments

    David Alonso, Thibaut Louis, Philip Bull, Pedro G. Ferreira

    Phys. Rev. D 94, 043522 (2016); arXiv:1604.01382

  7. Distinguishing screening mechanisms with environment-dependent velocity statistics

    Magnus Fagernes Ivarsen, Philip Bull, Claudio Llinares, David Mota

    Astron. Astrophys. 595 (2016) A40; arXiv:1603.03072

  8. Beyond ΛCDM: Problems, solutions, and the road ahead

    Philip Bull, Yashar Akrami (Eds.) et al.

    Phys. Dark. Univ. 12, 56 (2016); arXiv:1512.05356

  9. Extending cosmological tests of General Relativity with the Square Kilometre Array

    Philip Bull

    Astrophys. J 817 (2016) 26; arXiv:1509.07562

  10. Weighing neutrinos with cosmic neutral hydrogen

    Francisco Villaescusa-Navarro, Philip Bull, and Matteo Viel

    Astrophys. J 814 (2015) 146; arXiv:1507.05102

  11. A systematic study of Lyman-Alpha transfer through outflowing shells: Model parameter estimation

    Max Gronke, Philip Bull, and Mark Dijkstra

    Astrophys. J 812 (2015) 123; arXiv:1506.03836

  12. Observational signatures of modified gravity on ultra-large scales

    Tessa Baker and Philip Bull

    Astrophys. J 811 (2015) 2, 116; arXiv:1506.00641

  13. Ultra-large scale cosmology with next-generation experiments

    David Alonso, Philip Bull, Pedro G. Ferreira, Roy Maartens, and Mario G. Santos

    Astrophys. J 814 (2015) 145; arXiv:1505.07596

  14. Cosmological performance of SKA HI galaxy surveys

    Sahba Yahya, Philip Bull, Mario G. Santos, Marta Silva, Roy Maartens, Patrice Okouma, and Bruce Bassett

    MNRAS 450, 2251 (2015); arXiv:1412.4700

  15. Cross-correlating 21cm intensity maps with Lyman Break Galaxies in the post-reionization era

    Francisco Villaescusa-Navarro, Matteo Viel, David Alonso, Kanan K. Datta, Philip Bull, and Mario G. Santos

    JCAP 1503 (2015) 03, 034; arXiv:1410.7393

  16. A CMB Gibbs sampler for localized secondary anisotropies

    Philip Bull, Ingunn K. Wehus, Hans Kristian Eriksen, Pedro G. Ferreira, Unni Fuskeland, Krzysztof M. Gorski, and Jeffrey B. Jewell

    ApJS 219, 10 (2015); arXiv:1410.2544

  17. Blind foreground subtraction for intensity mapping experiments

    David Alonso, Philip Bull, Pedro G. Ferreira, and Mario G. Santos.

    MNRAS 447 400 (2015); arXiv:1409.8667

  18. Quintessence in a quandary: On prior dependence in dark energy models

    David J. E. Marsh, Philip Bull, Pedro G. Ferreira, and Andrew Pontzen

    Phys. Rev. D 90 (2014) 10, 105023; arXiv:1406.2301

  19. Late-time cosmology with 21cm intensity mapping experiments

    Philip Bull, Pedro G. Ferreira, Prina Patel, and Mario Santos

    Astrophys. J. 803 (2015) 1, 21; arXiv:1405.1452

  20. A multi-level solver for Gaussian constrained CMB realizations

    D. S. Seljebotn, K. A. Mardal, J. B. Jewell, H. K. Eriksen, and P. Bull

    ApJS 210, 24 (2014); arXiv:1308.5299

  21. What if Planck's Universe isn't flat?

    Philip Bull and Marc Kamionkowski

    Phys. Rev. D 87, 081301(R) (2013); arXiv:1302.1617

  22. Local and non-local measures of acceleration in cosmology

    Philip Bull and Timothy Clifton

    Phys. Rev. D 85, 103512 (2012); arXiv:1203.4479

  23. The isotropic blackbody CMB as evidence for a homogeneous universe

    Timothy Clifton, Chris Clarkson and Philip Bull

    Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 051303 (2012); arXiv:1111.3794

  24. The kSZ effect as a test of general radial inhomogeneity in LTB cosmology

    Philip Bull, Timothy Clifton and Pedro G. Ferreira

    Phys. Rev. D 85, 024002 (2012); arXiv:1108.2222

Conference Proceedings

This is a list of my conference proceedings.

  1. Cosmology from HI galaxy surveys with the SKA

    Filipe Batoni Abdalla, Philip Bull, Stefano Camera, Aurelien Benoit-Levy et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 017; arXiv:1501.04035

  2. Cosmology from a SKA HI intensity mapping survey

    Mario Santos, Philip Bull, David Alonso et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 019; arXiv:1501.03989

  3. Cross correlation surveys with the Square Kilometre Array

    Donnacha Kirk, Filipe Batoni Abdalla, Aurelien Benoit-Levy, Philip Bull, and Benjamin Joachimi

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 020; arXiv:1501.03848

  4. HI galaxy simulations for the SKA: number counts and bias

    Mario Santos, David Alonso, Philip Bull, Marta Silva, and Sahba Yahya

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 021; arXiv:1501.03990

  5. Measuring baryon acoustic oscillations with future SKA surveys

    Philip Bull, Stefano Camera, Alvise Raccanelli, Chris Blake, Pedro Ferreira, Mario Santos, and Dominik J. Schwarz

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 024; arXiv:1501.04088

  6. Cosmology on the Largest Scales with the SKA

    Stefano Camera, Alvise Raccanelli, Philip Bull, Daniele Bertacca et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 025; arXiv:1501.03851

  7. Measuring redshift-space distortion with future SKA surveys

    Alvise Raccanelli, Philip Bull, Stefano Camera, Chris Blake et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 031; arXiv:1501.03821

  8. Foreground Subtraction in Intensity Mapping with the SKA

    Laura Wolz, Filipe B. Abdalla, David Alonso, Chris Blake, Philip Bull et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 035; arXiv:1501.03823

  9. Synergy between the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope and the Square Kilometre Array

    David Bacon, Sarah Bridle, Filipe B. Abdalla, Michael Brown, Philip Bull et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 145; arXiv:1501.03977

  10. Euclid & SKA Synergies

    Thomas Kitching, David Bacon, Michael Brown, Philip Bull et al.

    PoS AASKA14 (2015) 146; arXiv:1501.03978