Publications (Peer-Reviewed Journals)

(1) Vican, L. & Schneider, A., 2014, The Evolution of Dusty Debris Disks Around Solar Type Stars, ApJ, 780, 154. PDF

(2) Vican, L., 2012, Age Determination for Stars in the Herschel DEBRIS Survey, Astronomical Journal, 143, 135. PDF

(3) Vican, L., Patterson, J., Allen, W., et al., 2011,A Thousand Hours of GW Librae: The Eruption and Aftermath PASP, 123, 1156. PDF

(4) Booth, M., Kennedy, Grant, Sibthorpe, B., et al., 2013, Resolved Debris Disks Around A Stars in the Herschel Debris Survey, MNRAS, 428, 1263. PDF

(5) Zuckerman, B., Vican, L.,, Song, I., Schneider, A., 2013, Young Stars Near Earth: The Octans-Near and Castor Moving Groups.778, 5.


(1) Universe Today: Will SETI's Unprecedented New Program Finally Find E.T.?

Posters and Talks

(1) Vican, L., Rhee, J., Zuckerman, B., Melis, C., Inseok, S., Schneider, A., 2014, Herschel PACS Observations of Stars with Warm Dust Emission (224th AAS Meeting, Boston, MA)

(2) Vican, L., Zuckerman, B., Rodriguez, D., 2014, Spectroscopic Observations of Low-Mass Stars (223rd AAS Meeting, Washington, DC.)

(3) Vican, L., Schneider, A., 2013, The Evolution of Debris Disks Around Solar-Type Stars. (Protostars and Planets VI, Heidelberg, Germany)

(4) Vican, L., Zuckerman, B., Schneider, A., 2013, WISE Observations of IRAS-Observed Debris Disks (221st AAS Meeting, Long Beach, CA)

(5) Crossfield, I., Hansen, B., Barman, T., Harrington, J., Knutson, H., Vican, L., 2013, Exploring the Diversity of Extrasolar Planet Atmospheres.

(6) Rodriguez, D., Zuckerman, B., Kastner, J., Bessell, M., Faherty, J., Murphy, S., Vican, L., 2013, First Results from the GALEX-WISE Young Star Program.

(7) Zuckerman, B., Rodriguez, D., Kastner, J., Darling, S., Principe, D., Montez, R., Diaz, M., Vican, L., , 2013 Investigating Young Stars Near Earth with GALEX, WISE, and 2MASS.

(8) Vican, L., 2012 Using Gyrochronology to Understand the Evolution of Debris Disks (220th AAS Meeting, Anchorage, AK)

(9) Vican, L., Patterson, J., 2011, The 2007 Outburst of GW Librae. (AAS Meeting, Seattle, WA)