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Other Journal Publications:

  1. Massive, Degenerate Neutrinos and Cosmology, Katherine Freese, Edward W. Kolb, and Michael S. Turner, Physical Review D27, p. 1689 (1983)
  2. Is the Local Monopole Flux Enhanced?, Katherine Freese and Michael S. Turner, Physics Letters 123B, p. 293 (1983)
  3. Monopole Catalysis of Nucleon Decay in Old Pulsars, Katherine Freese, Michael S. Turner, and David N. Schramm, Physical Review Letters 51, p. 1625 (1983)
  4. Galaxy Formation with Primordial Planetary Mass Black Holes, Katherine Freese, Richard Price, and David N. Schramm, Astrophysical Journal 275, p. 405 (1983)
  5. General Cosmological Constraints on the Masses of Stable Neutrinos and other ‘Inos’, Katherine Freese and David N. Schramm, Nuclear Physics B233, p. 167 (1984)
  6. Lower and Upper Bounds on the Radius of Composite Quarks and Leptons, Itzhak Bars, Mark J. Bowick, and Katherine Freese, Physics Letters 138B, p. 159 (1984)
  7. Do Monopoles Keep White Dwarfs Hot?, Katherine Freese, Astrophysical Journal 286, p. 216 (1984)
  8. Covariant Functional Schr¨odinger Formalism and Application to the Hawking Effect, Katherine Freese, Christopher Hill, and Mark Mueller, Nuclear Physics B225, p. 693 (1985)
  9. Cold Dark Matter Candidates and the Solar Neutrino Problem, Lawrence Krauss, Katherine Freese, David Spergel, and William Press, Astrophysical Journal 299, p. 1001 (1985)
  10. Can Scalar Neutrinos or Massive Dirac Neutrinos be the Missing Mass? Katherine Freese, Physics Letters B167, p. 295 (1986)
  11. Detecting Cold Dark Matter Candidates, Andrzej Drukier, Katherine Freese, and David Spergel, Physical Review D33, p. 3495 (1986)
  12. Thermoelectric Effects in Neutron Star Crusts and the msec Pulsar, John Blondin and Katherine Freese, Nature 323, p. 786 (1986)
  13. Cosmology with Decaying Vacuum Energy, Katherine Freese, Fred Adams, Joshua Frieman, and Emil Mottola, Nuclear Physics B 287, p. 797 (1987)
  14. Neutrino Mixing, Decays and Supernova 1987A, Joshua Frieman, Howard Haber, and Katherine Freese, Physics Letters B200, p. 115 (1988)
  15. Signal Modulation in Cold Dark Matter Detection, Katherine Freese, Joshua Frieman, and Andrew Gould, Physical Review D37, p. 3388 (1988)
  16. Superheavy Magnetic Monopoles and Main-Sequence Stars, Joshua Frieman, Katherine Freese, and Michael S. Turner, Astrophysical Journal, 335, p. 844 (1988)
  17. Cosmic Ray Constraints on the Annihilations of Relic Particles in the Galactic Halo, J. Ellis, R.A. Flores, K. Freese, S. Ritz, D. Seckel, and J. Silk, Physics Letters B214, p. 403 (1988)
  18. Probing the Earth with Weakly Interacting Massive Particles, Andrew Gould, Joshua Frieman, and Katherine Freese, Physical Review D39, p. 1029 (1989)
  19. Spectral Distortions of the Cosmic Microwave Background, Fred Adams, Katherine Freese, Janna Levin, and Jonathan McDowell, Astrophysical Journal 344, p.24 (1989)
  20. Bolometric Detection of Cold Dark Matter Candidates, Andrzej Drukier, Katherine Freese, and Joshua Frieman, unpublished work
  21. Halo Gamma Rays from Cold Dark Matter Annihilation, Katherine Freese and Joseph Silk, Physical Review D40, p. 3828 (1989)
  22. Evolution of Nonspherical Bubbles, Fred C. Adams, Katherine Freese, and Lawrence Widrow, Physical Review D41, p. 347 (1990)
  23. Evolution of Hadron Bubbles: Voyage into the Quark Sea, Katherine Freese and Fred C. Adams, Physical Review D41, p. 2449 (1990)
  24. Natural Inflation with Pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone Bosons, Katherine Freese, Joshua Frieman, and Angela Olinto, Physical Review Letters 65, p. 3233 (1990)
  25. Constraints on the Scalar Field Potential in Inflationary Models, Fred Adams, Katherine Freese, and Alan Guth, Physical Review D43, p. 965 (1991)
  26. Double Field Inflation, Fred Adams and Katherine Freese, Physical Review D43, p. 353 (1991)
  27. COBE Limits on Explosive Structure Formation Scenarios, Janna Levin, Katherine Freese, and David Spergel, Astrophysical Journal 389, p. 464 (1992)
  28. Instability and Subsequent Evolution of Electroweak Bubbles, Marc Kamionkowski and Katherine Freese, Physical Review Letters 69, p. 2743 (1992)
  29. Natural Inflation: Particle Physics Models, Power Law Spectra for Large-Scale Structure, and Constraints from COBE, F. Adams, J. R. Bond, K. Freese, J. Frieman, and A. Olinto, Physical Review D 47, p. 426 (1993)
  30. The MAD Era: A Possible New Resolution to the Horizon and Monopole Problems, Katherine Freese and Janna Levin, unpublished
  31. Possible Solution to the Horizon Problem: Modified Aging in Massless Scalar Theories of Gravity, Janna Levin and Katherine Freese, Physical Review D 47, p. 4282 (1993)
  32. Baryon Number Diffusion and Instabilities in the Quark/Hadron Phase Transition, Fred Adams, Katherine Freese, and James Langer, Physical Review D 47, p.4303 (1993)
  33. Extension of the Parker Bound on the Flux of Magnetic Monopoles, Fred Adams, Marco Fatuzzo, Katherine Freese, Greg Tarl´e, Rick Watkins, and Michael Turner, Physical Review Letters 70, p.2511 (1993); results quoted in Particle Data Book
  34. Curvature and Flatness in a Brans-Dicke Universe, Janna Levin and Katherine Freese, Nuclear Physics B 421, p. 635 (1994)
  35. Coupling of Pseudo Nambu Goldstone Bosons to Other Scalars and its Role in Double Field Inflation, Katherine Freese, Physical Review D 50, p. 7731 (1994)
  36. Calculation of Particle Production by Nambu Goldstone Bosons with Application to Inflation Reheating and Baryogenesis, Alexandre Dolgov and Katherine Freese, Physical Review D 51, p.2693 (1995).
  37. The Scalar Field Potential in Inflationary Models: Reconstruction and Further Constraints, Fred Adams and Katherine Freese, Physical Review D 51, p. 6722 (1995).
  38. Neutrino Mixing, Decays, and Supernova 1987A, Joshua Frieman, Howard Haber, and Katherine Freese, in the book “Solar Neutrinos: The First Thirty Years,” edited by J.N. Bahcall, R. Davis, Jr., P. Parker, A. Smirnov, and R. Ulrich (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.) (1995).
  39. Analysis of a Space Telescope Search for Red Dwarfs: Limits on Baryonic Matter in the Galactic Halo, David Graff and Katherine Freese, Astrophysical Journal Letters 456, p. L49 (1996).
  40. Moduli Inflation with Large Scale Structure Produced by Topological Defects, Katherine Freese, Tony Gherghetta, and Hideyuki Umeda, Physical Review D 54, p. 6083 (1996).
  41. Identification and Visualization of the Formation Process of Ozone “Mini-Holes” Using Wavelet Analysis, Beth Weinberg, S. Roland Drayson, and Katherine Freese, Geophysical Research Letters 23, p. 2223 (1996).
  42. The Mass Function of Low Mass Halo Stars: Limits on Baryonic Halo Dark Matter, by David Graff and Katherine Freese, Astrophysical Journal Letters 467, p. L65 (1996).
  43. Indirect Detection of a Light Higgsino Motivated by Collider Data, by Katherine Freese and Marc Kamionkowski, Physical Review 55, p. 1771 (1997).
  44. Baryogenesis during Reheating in Inflation and Comments on Spontaneous Baryogenesis, by Alexandre Dolgov, Katherine Freese, Raghu Rangarajan, and Mark Srednicki, Physical Review D56, p. 6155 (1997).
  45. Constraints on Intergalactic Transport of Cosmic Rays, by F.C. Adams, K. Freese, G. Laughlin, G. Tarle, and N. Schwadron, Astrophysical Journal 491, p. 6 (1997).
  46. MACHOs, White Dwarfs, and the Age of the Universe, by David Graff, Greg Laughlin, and Katherine Freese, Astrophysical Journal 499, p.7 (1998).
  47. Machos Viewed from a Cosmological Perspective: Contribution to the Baryonic Mass Density of the Universe, by B. Fields, K. Freese, and D. Graff, New Astronomy 3, p. 357 (1998).
  48. A Bound on the Flux of Magnetic Monopoles from Catalysis of Nucleon Decay in White Dwarfs, Katherine Freese and Eleonora Krasteva, Physical Review D 59, p. 3004 (1999); results quoted in Particle Data Book (2000).
  49. Constraining the Cosmic Abundance of Stellar Remnants with Multi-TeV Gamma-Rays, David Graff, Katherine Freese, Terry Walker, and Mark Pinsonneault, Astrophysical Journal Letters 523, p. L77 (2000).
  50. Chemical Abundance Constraints on White Dwarfs as candidate Massive Compact Halo Objects, Brian Fields, Katherine Freese, and David Graff, Astrophysical Journal 534 p. 265 (2000).
  51. Cosmological Challenges in Theories with Extra Dimensions and Remarks on the Horizon Problem, Dan Chung and Katherine Freese, Physical Review D 61, p. 2351 (2000).
  52. Can Geodesics in Extra Dimensions solve the Cosmological Horizon Problem? Dan Chung and Katherine Freese, Phys. Rev. D 62, p. 063513 (2000).
  53. Protogalactic Extension of the Parker Bound, Matthew Lewis, Katherine Freese, and Greg Tarle, Phys. Rev. D. 62, p. 025002 (2000).
  54. CP Violating Effects in Neutralino Scattering and Annihilation, Paolo Gondolo and Katherine Freese, in press, JHEP
  55. Death of Baryonic Dark Matter, Katherine Freese, Physics Reports 333, p. 183 (2000).
  56. Hagedorn Inflation of D-Branes, Steven Abel, Katherine Freese, and Ian Kogan, JHEP 0101, p. 39 (2001).
  57. Direct Detection of Extragalactic WIMPs, Katherine Freese, Paolo Gondolo, and Leo Stodolsky, Phys.Rev. D 64 p. 123502 (2001)
  58. The Cosmic Ray Positron Excess and Neutralino Dark Matter, Ted Baltz, Joakim Edsjo, Katherine Freese, and Paolo Gondolo, Phys. Rev. D 65 p. 063511, (2002).
  59. Cardassian Expansion: a Model in which the Universe is Flat, Matter Dominated, and Accelerating, Katherine Freese and Matthew Lewis, Phys.Lett. B540 p.1 (2002).
  60. Lensed Density Perturbations in Braneworlds, Daniel Chung and Katherine Freese, Phys.Rev. D67, p. 103505 (2003)
  61. A Wavelet Analysis of Solar Climate Forcing: I) Solar Cycle Timescales, Matthew Lewis and Katherine Freese, submitted for publication, Journal for Geophysical Research (2002).
  62. The Ultimate Fate of Life in an Accelerating Universe, Katherine Freese andWilliam Kinney, Phys.Lett. B558 p.1 (2003).
  63. Hagedorn Inflation: Open Strings on Branes Can Drive Inflation, Steven Abel, Katherine Freese, and Ian Kogan, Phys.Lett. B561 p. 1 (2003).
  64. Fluid Interpretation of Cardassian Expansion, Paolo Gondolo and Katherine Freese, Phys.Rev. D68 p. 063509 (2003).
  65. Observational Tests of Open Strings in Braneworld Scenarios, Katherine Freese, Matthew Lewis, and Jan Pieter van der Schaar, JHEP 0307 p.26 (2003).
  66. An Accelerating Universe from Dark Matter Interactions with Negative Pressure, Paolo Gondolo and Katherine Freese, hep-ph/0211397
  67. Future Type Ia Supernova Data as Tests of Dark Energy from Modified Friedmann Equations, Yun Wang, Katherine Freese, Paolo Gondolo, and Matthew Lewis, Astrophys. J. 594 p. 25 (2003).
  68. What Can WMAP Tell Us About The Very Early Universe? New Physics as an Explanation of Suppressed Large Scale Power and Running Spectral Index, M. Bastero-Gil, K. Freese, L. Mersini-Houghton, Phys. Rev. D68 p. 123514 (2003).
  69. The Phase of the Annual Modulation as a Tool for Determining the WIMP Mass, M. J. Lewis and K. Freese, astro-ph/0307190, Phys.Rev. D70 (2004) 043501.
  70. Detectability of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles in the Sagittarius Dwarf Tidal Stream, K. Freese, P. Gondolo, and H. J. Newberg, astro-ph/0309279, Phys. Rev. D71 (2005) 043516.
  71. The Effects of the Sagittarius Dwarf Tidal Stream on Dark Matter Detectors, K. Freese, P. Gondolo, H. Newberg, and M. Lewis, Phys.Rev.Lett. 92, p. 111301 (2004).
  72. Probing the Evolution of the Dark Energy Density with Future Supernova Surveys, Y. Wang, V. Kostov, K. Freese, J. A. Frieman, and P. Gondolo, JCAP 0412 (2004)
  73. Age of the Universe in the Cardassian Model, C.Savage, N. Sugiyama, K. Freese, astro-ph/0403196, JCAP 0510:007,2005.
  74. Probing Dark Energy Using Its Density Instead of Its Equation of State Authors, Y. Wang, K. Freese, astro-ph/0402208, Phys.Lett. B632 (2006) 449-452
  75. A Black Hole Solution to the Cosmological Monopole Problem, D. Stojkovic and K. Freese, Physics Letters B606 (2005) 251.
  76. On: Natural Inflation, K. Freese and W. Kinney, Phys.Rev. D70 (2004) 083512
  77. The Phantom Bounce: A New Oscillating Cosmology, M. Brown, K. Freese, and W. Kinney, astro-ph/0405353, JCAP03(2008)002.
  78. Can WIMP Spin Dependent Couplings explain DAMA data, in light of Null Results from Other Experiments? C. Savage, P. Gondolo, and K. Freese, Phys.Rev. D70 (2004) 123513
  79. Radiative Corrections to the Inflaton Potential as an Explanation of Suppressed Large Scale Power in Density Perturbations and the Cosmic Microwave Background, A. Buchel, F. Chishtie, V. Elias, K. Freese, R. Mann, D. McKeon, and T. Steele, hep-ph/0410117, JCAP 0503 (2005) 003.
  80. Cardassian Expansion: Dark Energy Density from Modified Friedmann Equations, by K. Freese, astro-ph/0501675, New Astronomy Reviews 49 (2005) 103.
  81. Chain Inflation in the Landscape: ”Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble” by K. Freese and D. Spolyar, hep-ph/0412145, JCAP 0507 (2005) 007.
  82. Inflating with the QCD Axion, by K. Freese, J. T. Liu, and D. Spolyar, hepph/ 0502177, Phys.Rev. D72 (2005) 123521.
  83. Holes in the walls: primordial black holes as a solution to the cosmological monopole problem, hep-ph/0505026, Phys.Rev. D72 (2005) 045012.
  84. Devaluation: a dynamical mechanism for a naturally small cosmological constant, by K. Freese, J. T. Liu, and D. Spolyar, hep-ph/0510065, Physics Letters B634 (2006) 119.
  85. New Models for a Triaxial Milky Way Spheroid and Effect on the Microlensing Optical Depth to the Large Magellanic Cloud, by C. Savage, H. J. Newberg, K. Freese, and P. Gondolo, astro-ph/0511046, JCAP 0607:003,2006.
  86. A Black Hole Conjecture and Rare Decays in Theories with Low Scale Gravity. C. Bambi, A.D. Dolgov, K. Freese, hep-ph/0606321, Nucl.Phys.B763:91-114 (2007) 91
  87. Annual Modulation of Dark Matter in the Presence of Streams. Chris Savage, Katherine Freese, Paolo Gondolo, astro-ph/0607121, Phys.Rev.D74:043531,2006.
  88. Natural Inflation: Status after WMAP 3-year data, Christopher Savage, Katherine Freese, and William H. Kinney, hep-ph/0609144, Phys.Rev.D74:123511,2006.
  89. Baryogenesis from Gravitational Decay of TeV-Particles in Theories with Low Scale Gravity, C. Bambi, A.D. Dolgov, K. Freese, hep-ph/0612018, JCAP 0704:005,2007.
  90. Chain Inflation via Rapid Tunneling in the Landscape. Katherine Freese, James T. Liu, and Douglas Spolyar, hep-th/0612056
  91. Dark matter and the first stars: a new phase of stellar evolution, Douglas Spolyar, Katherine Freese, and Paolo Gondolo, arXiv:0705.0521 [astro-ph], Phys.Rev.Lett: 100:051101,2008.
  92. Dark Matter Capture in the first star: a Power source and a limit on Stellar Mass. Katherine Freese, Douglas Spolyar, Anthony Aguirre, arXiv:0802.1724 [astro-ph], JCAP 0811:014,2008.
  93. Dangerous implications of a minimum length in quantum gravity, Cosimo Bambi and Katherine Freese, Class.Quant.Grav.25:195013,2008.
  94. "Dark Matter in the MSSM Golden Region," J. Kasahara, K. Freese and P. Gondolo, arXiv:0805.0999 [hep-ph].
  95. "Dark Matter Densities during the Formation of the First Stars and in Dark Stars," K. Freese, P. Gondolo, J. A. Sellwood and D. Spolyar, arXiv:0805.3540 [astro-ph].
  96. "Stellar Structure of Dark Stars: a first phase of Stellar Evolution due to Dark Matter Annihilation," K. Freese, P. Bodenheimer, D. Spolyar and P. Gondolo, arXiv:0806.0617 [astro-ph], Astrophysical Journal Letters 685, 101 (2008).
  97. "Compatibility of DAMA/LIBRA dark matter detection with other searches," C. Savage, G. Gelmini, P. Gondolo, K. Freese , e-Print: arXiv:0808.3607 [astro-ph]
  98. "Slow nucleation rates in Chain Inflation with QCD Axions or Monodromy," A. Ashoorioon, K. Freese, J. T. Liu, e-Print: arXiv:0810.0228 [hep-ph]
  99. "GravityWaves from Chain Inflation," A. Ashoorioon, K. Freese, e-Print: arXiv:0811.2401 [hep-th]
  100. "Implications of primordial black holes on the first stars and the origin of the super–massive black holes," C. Bambi , D. Spolyar, A. D. Dolgov, K. Freese, M. Volonteri, e-Print: arXiv:0812.0585 [astro-ph]
  101. "Apparent shape of super-spinning black holes," C. Bambi, K. Freese. e-Print: arXiv:0812.1328 [astro-ph]
  102. "Dark Stars: A New Look at the First Stars in the Universe," D.Spolyar, P. Bodenheimer, K.Freese, and P. Gondolo, in preparation.
  103. "Reply to ’A note on the innocuous implications of a minimum length in quantum gravity’ by P.H. Frampton," C. Bambi and K. Freese, arXiv:0902.2647 [hep-th].
  104. "Compatibility of DAMA/LIBRA dark matter detection with other searches in light of new Galactic rotation velocity measurements," C. Savage, K. Freese, P. Gondolo and D. Spolyar, arXiv:0901.2713 [astro-ph].
  105. "Constraints on dark matter particles charged under a hidden gauge group from primordial black holes." De-Chang Dai, (SUNY, Buffalo) , Katherine Freese, (Michigan U., MCTP) , Dejan Stojkovic, (SUNY, Buffalo), JCAP 0906:023, 2009. e-Print: arXiv:0904.3331 [hep-ph]
  106. "Accretion process onto super-spinning objects." Cosimo Bambi, (Tokyo U., IPMU) , Katherine Freese, (Michigan U., MCTP) , Tomohiro Harada, (Rikkyo U., RCMAS) , Rohta Takahashi, (Wako, RIKEN) , Naoki Yoshida, (Tokyo U., IPMU). Phys. Rev. D80:104023, 2009. e-Print: arXiv:0910.1634 [gr-qc]
  107. "High Energy Neutrinos As A Test of Leptophilic Dark Matter." Douglas Spolyar, Matthew R. Buckley, Katherine Freese, Dan Hooper, Hitoshi Murayama, e-Print: arXiv:0905.4764 [astro-ph.CO]
  108. "High-Energy Neutrino Signatures of Dark Matter Decaying into Leptons." Matthew R. Buckley, Katherine Freese, Dan Hooper, Douglas Spolyar, Hitoshi Murayama, e-Print: arXiv:0907.2385 [astro-ph.HE], Phys. Rev. D81:016006, 2010.
  109. "Are we seeing the beginnings of Infation?" Cosmin Ilie, Tirthabir Biswas, Katherine Freese, e-Print: arXiv:0908.0991 [astro-ph.CO], Phys. Rev. D80:103521, 2009.
  110. "Kaluza-Klein Dark Matter And Neutrinos From Annihilation In The Sun." Thomas Flacke, Arjun Menon, Dan Hooper, Katherine Freese, e-Print: arXiv:0908.0899 [hep-ph]
  111. "Cascade Events at IceCube+DeepCore as a De nitive Constraint on the Dark Matter Interpretation of the PAMELA and Fermi Anomalies." Sourav K. Mandal, Matthew R. Buckley, Katherine Freese, Douglas Spolyar, Hitoshi Murayama, e-Print: arXiv:0911.5188 [hep-ph], Phys. Rev. D81:043508, 2010.
  112. "The Sensitivity of the IceCube Neutrino Detector to Dark Matter Annihilating in Dwarf Galaxies." Pearl Sandick, Douglas Spolyar, Matthew R. Buckley, Katherine Freese, Dan Hooper, e-Print: arXiv:0912.0513 [astro-ph.CO], Phys. Rev. D81:083506, 2010.
  113. "Dark Stars: A New Study of the FIrst Stars in the Universe." Katherine Freese, Douglas Spolyar, Peter Bodenheimer, Paolo Gondolo, New J. Phys. 11:105014, 2009. e-Print: arXiv:0903.0101 [astro-ph.CO]
  114. "Positrons in Cosmic Rays from Dark Matter Annihilations for Uplifted Higgs Regions in MSSM." Kenji Kadota, Katherine Freese, and Paolo Gondolo, Phys. Rev. D81:115006, 2010, e-Print: arXiv:1003.4442 [hep-ph]
  115. "Supermassive Dark Stars: Detectable in JWST." Katherine Freese, Cosmin Ilie, Douglas Spolyar, Monica Valluri, Peter Bodenheimer, e-Print: arXiv:1002.2233 [astro-ph.CO], Astro- phys. J. 716:1397-1407, 2010.
  116. "XENON10/100 dark matter constraints in comparison with CoGeNT and DAMA: examining the Leff dependence." Christopher Savage, Graciela Gelmini, Paolo Gondolo, and Katherine Freese, e-Print: arXiv:1006.0972, Phys. Rev. D83:055002, 2011.
  117. "Dark Stars and Boosted Dark Matter Annihilation Rates." Cosmin Ilie, Katherine Freese, and Douglas Spolyar, e-Print: arXiv:1008.0348, New J. Phys. 13:053050, 2011.
  118. "Black Holes in our Galactic Halo: Compatibility with FGST and PAMELA Data and Constraints on the First Stars." Pearl Sandick, Juerg Diemand, Katherine Freese, and Douglas Spolyar, JCAP 1101:018, 2011. e-Print: arXiv:1008.3552 [astro-ph.CO]
  119. "Predictive Signatures of Supersymmetry: Measuring the Dark Matter Mass and Gluino Mass with Early LHC data." Daniel Feldman, Katherine Freese, Pran Nath, Brent D. Nelson, Gregory Peim. e-Print: arXiv:1102.2548 [hep-ph], Phys. Rev. D84:015007, 2011.
  120. "Probing EWSB Naturalness in Uni ed SUSY Models with Dark Matter." Stephen Amsel, Katherine Freese , Pearl Sandick, e-Print: arXiv:1108.0448 [hep-ph], JHEP 2011, 110 (2011)
  121. "Gamma-Ray Constraints on the First Stars from Annihilation of Light WIMPs." Pearl Sandick, Juerg Diemand, Katherine Freese, Douglas Spolyar, e-Print: arXiv:1108.3820 [astroph.CO], Phys.Rev.D 85 083519 (2012)
  122. "Probing dark matter streams with CoGeNT." Aravind Natarajan, Christopher Savage, Katherine Freese, e-Print: arXiv:1109.0014 [astro-ph.CO], Phys. Rev. D 84, 103005 (2011)
  123. "Observing Dark Stars with JWST." Cosmin Ilie, Katherine Freese, Monica Valluri, Ilian T.Iliev, Paul Shapiro, e-Print: arXiv:1110.6202 [astro-ph.CO], MNRAS 422 (2012) 2164-2186
  124. "A Goldstone "Miracle": The Absence of a Higgs Fine Tuning Problem in the Spontaneously Broken O(4) Linear Sigma Model." Bryan W. Lynn, Glenn D. Starkman, Katherine Freese, Dmitry I. Podolsky, arXiv:1112.2150
  125. "Dark Matter collisions with the Human Body," K. Freese and C. Savage, arXiv:1204.1339 [astro-ph.CO], accepted for publication Physics Letters B.
  126. "New Dark Matter Detectors using DNA for Nanometer Tracking," A. Drukier, K. Freese, D. Spergel, C. Cantor, G. Church and T. Sano, to be published, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, arXiv:1206.6809 [astro-ph.IM].
  127. “Annual Modulation of Dark Matter: A Review,” K. Freese, M. Lisanti, and C. Savage, Reviews of Modern Physics 85 (2013) 1561-1581
  128. "Numerical Evidence for Dark Star Formation: A Comment on "Weakly Interacting Massive Particle Dark Matter and First Stars: Suppression of Fragmentation in Primordial Star Formation" by Smith et al. 2012, ApJ 761, 154," P. Gondolo, K. Freese, D. Spolyar and P. Bodenheimer, arXiv:1304.7415 [astro-ph.CO].
  129. "First Test of Gravity Waves from Inflation using Advanced LIGO," A. Lopez and K. Freese, arXiv:1305.5855 [astro-ph.HE].
    Results Quoted in Particle Data Book See references 33 and 48 above.
  130. “Neutralino Dark Matter with Light Staus, A. Pierce, N.R. Shah and K. Freese, arXiv:1309.7351 [hep-ph]”
  131. “New Class of Biological Detectors for WIMPs,” A. Drukier, C. Cantor, M. Chudnowski, G. Church, R. Fagaly, K. Freese, A. Lopez, T. Sano, C. Savage, W. Wong, arXiv:1403.8154 [astro-ph.IM], to be published in Int. J. of Modern Physics A, special issue on dark matter searches.
  132. “Natural Inflation: Consistency with Cosmic Microwave Background Observations of Planck and BICEP2,” K. Freese and W. H. Kinney, “ arXiv:1403.5277 [astro-ph.CO].
  133. “New Dark Matter Detectors using Nanoscale Explosives,” Alejandro Lopez, Andrzej Drukier, Katherine Freese, Cagliyan Kurdak, and Gregory Tarle, arXiv:1403.8115 [astro-ph.IM].
  134. “Negative running prevents eternal inflation”
  135. William H. Kinney, Katherine Freese, arXiv:1404.4614 [astro-ph.CO]
  136. “Dark Stars: A Review,” K. Freese, D. Spolyar, and M. Valluri, in preparation, I have been 
asked to write this for Reports on Progress in Physics.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Neutrino Astrophysics, D.N. Schramm and K. Freese, J.R. Wilson Festschrift, University of Illinois, October 1982
  2. Cosmological Constraints on Neutrinos and other `Inos' and the Missing Light Problem, D.N. Schramm and K. Freese, Third Moriond Conference in Astrophysics, La Plagne, France, March 1983
  3. Monopoles in pulsar PSR 1929+10, K. Freese, Monopole '83 Conference, University of Michigan, October 1983
  4. Covariant Schrodinger Formalism and Application to Accelerated Observers, K. Freese, Marcel Grossman Meeting in General Relativity, Rome, Italy, June 1985
  5. Fundamental Physics and Dark Matter, K. Freese, Santa Cruz Workshop on Galaxy Formation,Santa Cruz, California, July 1986
  6. Detecting \Missing Mass" Candidates with the Superheated Superconducting Detector, A.K. Drukier, K. Freese, and D.N. Spergel, Conference on Applied Superconductivity, Baltimore, Maryland, September 1986
  7. Cosmology with Decaying Vacuum Energy, K. Freese, J. Frieman, F. Adams, and E. Mottola, Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA, Sept. 1987
  8. Halo Antiprotons and Gamma Rays from Cold Dark Matter Annihilation, J. Ellis, R.A. Flores, K. Freese, S. Ritz, D. Seckel, and J. Silk, Particle Astrophysics Workshop, Berkeley, CA, Dec. 1988
  9. Spectral Distortions of the Cosmic Microwave Background, F.C. Adams, K. Freese, J. Levin,and J.C. McDowell, Particle Astrophysics Workshop, Berkeley, CA, Dec. 1988
  10. Astrophysical Dark Matter: Candidates from Particle Physics and Detection Possibilities, Katherine Freese, Weak Interactions in Nuclei (WEIN) Conference, Montreal, Canada, May 1989
  11. Natural Inflation, Katherine Freese, Texas/ESO-CERN Symposium, Brighton, England, December 1990
  12. Indirect Detection of Dark Matter, Katherine Freese, Texas/ESO-CERN Symposium, Brighton, England, December 1990
  13. Unnatural and Natural Inflation, Katherine Freese, PASCOS Meeting, Northeastern University, March 1991
  14. The MAD Era: A Possible New Resolution to the Horizon Problem, Janna Levin and Katherine Freese, APS Meeting, Division of Particles and Fields, Fermilab, November 1992
  15. An Improved Parker Bound on the Flux of Magnetic Monopoles, Gregory Tarle, Fred C. Adams, Marco Fatuzzo, Katherine Freese, Michael S. Turner and Richard Watkins, in Proc. of the 23rd Int. Cosmic Ray Conf., (Calgary, 1993), 4, 597 (1993).
  16. Natural Inflation, Katherine Freese, Yamada Conference XXXVII: Evolution of the Universe and its Observational Quest, Tokyo, Japan, June 1993
  17. The Horizon, Flatness, and Monopole Problems in Cosmology, Katherine Freese, Coral Gables Meeting, Miami, FLA, January 1994
  18. Theoretical Status of Inflation, Katherine Freese, Coral Gables Meeting, Miami, FL, January 1995
  19. Low Mass Stars and Baryonic Dark Matter, Katherine Freese, Meeting on `Aspects of Dark Matter in Astro- and Particle Physics', Heidelberg, Germany, Sept. 1996
  20. New Higgsino Dark Matter Candidate Motivated by Collider Data, Katherine Freese, Meeting on `Aspects of Dark Matter in Astro- and Particle Physics', Heidelberg, Germany, Sept. 1996
  21. "Observational Status of the Texture Large-Scale Structure Formation Model", Hideyuki Umeda and Katherine Freese, Proceedings for IAU Regional Meeting, Pusan, Korea,Sept. 1996
  22. "What are Machos? Limits on Stellar Objects as the Dark Matter of our Halo", K. Freese, B. Fields, and D. Graff, International Workshop on `Aspects of Dark Matter in Astro- and Particle Physics', Heidelberg, Germany, July 1998
  23. "Limits on Stellar Objects as the Dark Matter of Our Halo: Nonbaryonic Dark Matter Seems to be Required," K. Freese, Nineteenth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, Paris, France, December 1998
  24. "Death of Stellar Baryonic Dark Matter," K. Freese, B. Fields, and D. Graff, First Stars Conference, Munich, Germany, August 1999, astro-ph/0002058.
  25. "Effects of CP Violation in Neutralino Scattering and Annihilation," P. Gondolo and K Freese, TAUP99 Meeting, Paris, France, September 1999, hep-ph/0001071.
  26. "Death of Stellar Baryonic Dark Matter Candidates," K. Freese, B. Fields, and D. Graff, Meeting on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter in the Universe, Marina del Rey, CA, February 2000.
  27. "Death of Baryonic Dark Matter," K. Freese, B. Fields, and D. Gra , Third International Workshop on the Identi cation of Dark Matter, York, England, Sept. 2000.
  28. "Hagedorn In ation," Meeting on Extra Dimensions, Paris, FR, May 2001
  29. "Generalized Cardassian Expansion: A Model in which the Universe is Flat, Matter Dominated, and Accelerating," Meeting on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe, Marina del Rey, CA, February 2002.
  30. "The positron excess and supersymmetric dark matter," Edward A. Baltz, Joakim Edsjo, Katherine Freese, and Paolo Gondolo, Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Identification of Dark Matter (idm2002), York, England, 2-6 September, 2002.
  31. "Cardassian Expansion: Dark Energy from Modi ed Friedmann Equations", Proceedings of the 6th UCLA Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe, February 18-20 , 2004, Marina del Rey, California, New Astronomy Reviews 49 (2005) 103.
  32. "The Dark Side of the Universe", conference proceeding for Low Temperature Detectors LTD-11 Workshop in Tokyo (2005), Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A, 559 (2006) 337.
  33. "Dark Matter in the First Stars: A New Phase of Stellar Evolution", Proceedings for The First Stars Conference in Santa Fe, NM, July 2007
  34. "Annual Modulation in the Presence of Streams", C. Savage, K. Freese, and P. Gondolo, Proceedings of the 7th UCLA Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe, Proceedings of the 7th UCLA Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe, Santa Monica, CA 2006, Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 173 (2007) 91.
  35. "The Phantom Bounce: A New Proposal for an Oscillating Cosmology", Katherine Freese, Matthew G. Brown, William H. Kinney, conference proceedings for "The Origin of Time's Arrow" workshop at the NYAS, October 2007, arXiv:0802.2583 [astro-ph]
  36. "Natural Inflation: The Status after WMAP 3-year data", Katherine Freese, Christopher Savage, William H. Kinney,to appear in the proceedings of International Workshop: From Quantum to Cosmos: Fundamental Physics Research in Space, Washington, District of Columbia, 22-24 May 2006. e-Print: arXiv:0802.0227 [hep-ph].
  37. "Dark Stars: Dark Matter in the First Stars leads to a New Phase of Stellar Evolution," K. Freese, D. Spolyar, A. Aguirre, P. Bodenheimer, P. Gondolo, J.A. Sellwood, Naoki Yoshida, e-Print: arXiv:0808.0472 [astro-ph], Conference Proceeding for IAU Symposium 255: Low- Metallicity Star Formation: From the First Stars to Dwarf Galaxies
  38. "Review of Observational Evidence for Dark Matter in the Universe and in upcoming searches for Dark Stars," K. Freese, Conference Proceeding for "Dark Matter and Dark Energy" in Lyon, France, July 2008, arXiv:0812.4005 [astro-ph].
  39. "Dark Stars: the First Stars in the Universe may be powered by Dark Matter Heating," K. Freese, P. Bodenheimer, P. Gondolo and D. Spolyar, arXiv:0812.4844 [astro-ph], Eighth UCLA Symposium: Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe, proceedings, Feb. 2008. AIP Conf.Proc.1166:33-38,2009.
  40. "Dark Stars: Dod och Ateruppstandelse,"D. Spolyar, K. Freese, P. Gondolo, A. Aguirre, P. Bodenheimer, J. A. Sellwood and N. Yoshida, arXiv:0901.4574 [astro-ph.CO], conference proceeding for "Identification of Dark Matter" (IDM 2008), Sweden, August 2008.
  41. "Is the Carter-Israel conjecture correct?" Cosimo Bambi, Katherine Freese, Rohta Takahashi, e-Print: arXiv:0908.3238 [astro-ph.HE]
  42. "Supermassive Dark Stars: Detectable in JWST and HST." Katherine Freese, Eduardo Ruiz ,Monica Valluri, Cosmin Ilie, Douglas Spolyar, and Peter Bodenheimer, talk presented at First Stars and Galaxies Conference at UT Austin in March 2010, AIP Conf.Proc.1294:45-51,2010. e-Print: arXiv:1006.5246 [astro-ph.CO]
  43. "Signatures of Dark Star Remnants in the Galactic Halo." Pearl Sandick, Juerg Diemand, Katherine Freese, and Douglas Spolyar, e-Print: arXiv:1012.0068 [astro-ph.CO], Prepared for IDM 2010: 8th International Workshop on Identification of Dark Matter 2010, Montpellier, France, 26-30 Jul 2010.Published in PoS IDM2010:086,2011.
  44. “Searches for Dark Matter in the Universe: a Review,” Review talk for the XXVII Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics in Dallas in December 2013. The proceedings are posted here: http://nsm.utdallas.edu/texas2013/proceedings/1/4/g/Freese.pdf
  45. “Cosmology after Fifty Years of Texas Meetings,” Summary talk for the XXVII Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics in Dallas in December 2013. The proceedings are posted here: http://nsm.utdallas.edu/texas2013/proceedings/5/2/