Recent selected publications from the ILASOL committee members:

Amri Wandel's group

  • Wandel, A., & Gale, J. (2020). The Bio-habitable Zone and atmospheric properties for Planets of Red Dwarfs. International Journal of Astrobiology19(2), 126-135.‏
  • Wandel, A., & Tal-Or, L. (2019). On the habitability of Teegarden’s Star planets. The Astrophysical Journal Letters880(2), L21.‏
  • Wandel, A. (2018). On the Biohabitability of M-dwarf Planets. The Astrophysical Journal856(2), 165.‏
  • Gale, J., & Wandel, A. (2017). The potential of planets orbiting red dwarf stars to support oxygenic photosynthesis and complex life. International Journal of Astrobiology16(1), 1-9.‏

Doron Lancet's group

  • Lancet, D., Segrè, D., & Kahana, A. (2019). Twenty Years of “Lipid World”: A Fertile Partnership with David Deamer. Life9(4), 77.‏
  • Kahana, A., Schmitt-Kopplin, P., & Lancet, D. (2019). Enceladus: First observed primordial soup could arbitrate origin-of-life debate. Astrobiology19(10), 1263-1278.‏
  • Kahana, A., & Lancet, D. (2019). Protobiotic systems chemistry analyzed by molecular dynamics. Life9(2), 38.‏
  • Lancet, D., Zidovetzki, R., & Markovitch, O. (2018). Systems protobiology: origin of life in lipid catalytic networks. Journal of The Royal Society Interface15(144), 20180159.‏

Gonen Ashkenasy's group

  • Frenkel-Pinter, M., Samanta, M., Ashkenasy, G., & Leman, L. J. (2020). Prebiotic Peptides: Molecular Hubs in the Origin of Life. Chemical Reviews.‏
  • Kroiss, D., Ashkenasy, G., Braunschweig, A. B., Tuttle, T., & Ulijn, R. V. (2019). Catalyst: can systems chemistry unravel the mysteries of the chemical origins of life?. Chem5(8), 1917-1920.‏
  • Ashkenasy, G., Hermans, T. M., Otto, S., & Taylor, A. F. (2017). Systems chemistry. Chemical Society Reviews46(9), 2543-2554.‏
  • Nanda, J., Rubinov, B., Ivnitski, D., Mukherjee, R., Shtelman, E., Motro, Y., ... & Ashkenasy, G. (2017). Emergence of native peptide sequences in prebiotic replication networks. Nature communications8(1), 1-9.‏

Shay Zucker's group

  • Tal-Or, L., Zucker, S., Ribas, I., Anglada-Escudé, G., & Reiners, A. (2019). Prospects for detecting the astrometric signature of Barnard’s Star b. Astronomy & Astrophysics623, A10.‏
  • Zucker, S., & Giryes, R. (2018). Shallow Transits—Deep Learning. I. Feasibility Study of Deep Learning to Detect Periodic Transits of Exoplanets. The Astronomical Journal155(4), 147.‏
  • Bashi, D., Helled, R., & Zucker, S. (2018). A Quantitative Comparison of Exoplanet Catalogs. Geosciences8(9), 325.‏
  • Bashi, D., Helled, R., Zucker, S., & Mordasini, C. (2017). Two empirical regimes of the planetary mass-radius relation. Astronomy & Astrophysics604, A83.‏

Tal Mor's group

  • Agmon, I., Fayerverker, I., & Mor, T. (2019). Coding triplets in the transfer RNA arm and their role in present and past tRNA recognition. bioRxiv, 559948.‏
  • Fayerverker, I., & Mor, T. (2018, March). On Code-Prompting Auto-Catalytic Sets and the Origins of Coded Life. In COMPLEXIS (pp. 53-63).‏
  • Boyer, M., Katz, M., Liss, R., & Mor, T. (2017). Experimentally feasible protocol for semiquantum key distribution. Physical Review A96(6), 062335.‏
  • Agmon, I., & Mor, T. (2015, December). A Model for the Emergence of Coded Life. In International Conference on Theory and Practice of Natural Computing (pp. 97-108). Springer, Cham.‏