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Articles in (or submitted to) refereed journals

-- At Stony Brook University --
17.
T. Ryu, T. L. Tanaka, R. Perna & Z. Haiman (2016)
Intermediate-mass black holes from Population III remnants in the first galactic nuclei
Accepted for publication in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society; arXiv e-print 1603.08513.

16.
T. Ryu, T. L. Tanaka & R. Perna (2016)
Formation, disruption and energy output of Population III X-ray binaries
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 456, 223

15.
T. L. Tanaka, R. M. O'Leary & R. Perna (2016)
The imprint of the cosmic supermassive black hole growth history on the 21 cm background radiation
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 455, 2619.

14.
F. G. Goicovic, J. Cuadra, A. Sesana, F. Stasyszyn, P. Amaro-Seoane, & T. L. Tanaka (2016)
Infalling clouds onto super-massive black hole binaries - I. Formation of discs, accretion and gas dynamics
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 455, 1989.

13.
K. Inayoshi & T. L. Tanaka (2015)
The suppression of direct collapse black hole formation by soft X-ray irradiation
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 450, 4350.

 

-- As postdoctoral fellow, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics --
12.
T. L. Tanaka (2014)
Driving the Growth of the Earliest Supermassive Black Holes with Major Mergers of Host Galaxies
Classical and Quantum Gravity, focus issue on galactic centers, article ID 244005.

11.
T. L. Tanaka & M.Li (2014)
The formation of massive black holes in z~30 dark matter haloes with large baryonic streaming velocities
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 439, 1092.

10.
T. L. Tanaka & Z. Haiman (2013)
Electromagnetic signatures of supermassive black hole binaries resolved by PTAs
Short review in Classical and Quantum Gravity, focus issue on pulsar timing, article ID 224012.

9.
T. L. Tanaka, M.Li & Z. Haiman (2013)
The effect of baryonic streaming motions on the formation of the first supermassive black holes
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 435, 3559.

8.
T. L. Tanaka (2013)
Recurring flares from supermassive black hole binaries:
implications for tidal disruption candidates and OJ 287

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 434, 2275.

7.
T. Tanaka, R. Perna & Z. Haiman (2012)
X-ray emission from high-redshift miniquasars:
self-regulating the population of massive black holes through global warming

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 425, 2974.

 

-- As graduate student, Columbia University Department of Astronomy --
6.
T. Tanaka, K. Menou & Z. Haiman (2012)
Electromagnetic counterparts of supermassive black hole binaries resolved by pulsar timing arrays
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 420, 705.

5.
T. Tanaka (2011)
Exact time-dependent solutions for the thin accretion disc equation: boundary conditions at finite radius
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 410, 1007.

4.
T. Tanaka, Z. Haiman & K. Menou (2010)
Witnessing the Birth of a Quasar
The Astronomical Journal, 140, 642.

3.
T. Tanaka & K. Menou (2010)
Time-dependent Models for the Afterglows of Massive Black Hole Mergers
The Astrophysical Journal, 714, 404.

2.
T. Tanaka & Z. Haiman (2009)
The Assembly of Supermassive Black Holes at High Redshifts
The Astrophysical Journal, 696, 1798.

 

-- As part-time research assistant, Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory --
1.
T. Tanaka & K. Menou (2006)
Hot Accretion with Conduction: Spontaneous Thermal Outflows
The Astrophysical Journal, 649, 345.

 

White Paper

K.Danzmann et al. (2013)
The Gravitational Universe
ESA White Paper for the gravitational-wave detector eLISA.

 

PhD Thesis

Mergers of Supermassive Black Hole Binaries in Gas-rich Environments: Models of Event Rates and Electromagnetic Signatures
Columbia University, Department of Astronomy
Advisors: Zoltán Haiman, Kristen Menou.
Defended May 16, 2011.
Download here (375 pages).