# CV/Publications

## Curriculum Vitae

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## Publications

^{65) Hierarchical Phased-array Antennas Coupled to Al KIDs: a scalable architecture for multi-band mm/submm focal planes [arXiv] Martin, J.-M., Kim, J., Defrance, F., Shu, S., Beyer, A. D., Day, P. K., Sayers, J., & Golwala, S. R., 2024, submitted to Journal of Low Temperature Physics }

^{64) CHEX-MATE: CLUster Multi-Probes in Three Dimensions (CLUMP-3D), I. Gas Analysis Method using X-ray and Sunyaev–Zel’dovich Effect Data [arXiv] [ADS] Kim, J., Sayers, J., Sereno, M., Bartalucci, I., Chappuis, L., De Grandi, S., De Luca, F., De Petris, M., Donahue, M. E., Eckert, D., Ettori, S., Gaspari, M., Gastaldello, F., Gavazzi, R., Gavidia, A., Ghizzardi, S., Iqbal, A., Kay, S., Lovisari, L., Maughan, B. J., Mazzotta, P., Okabe, N., Pointecouteau, E., Pratt, G. W., Rossetti, M., & Umetsu, K., 2024, A&A, 686, A97}

^{63) COMAP Early Science: VIII. A Joint Stacking Analysis with eBOSS Quasars [ADS] [arXiv] Dunne, D. A., and 24 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2024, ApJ, 965, 7}

^{62) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. VIII. Physical Interpretation of the Polarized Ring [ADS] The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 286 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2024, ApJ Letters, 964, L26}

^{61) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. VII. Polarization of the Ring [ADS] The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 285 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2024, ApJ Letters, 964, L25}

^{60) Ordered magnetic fields around the 3C 84 central black hole [arXiv] [ADS] Paraschos, G. F., and 282 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2024, A&A, 682, L3}

^{59) CHEX-MATE: Characterization of the intra-cluster medium temperature distribution [arXiv] [ADS] Lovisari, L., and 25 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2024, A&A, 682, A45}

^{58) The persistent shadow of the supermassive black hole of M87. I. Observations, calibration, imaging, and analysis [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 309 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2024, A&A, 681, A79}

^{57) Polarimetric Geometric Modeling for mm-VLBI Observations of Black Holes [arXiv] [ADS] Roelofs, F., and 281 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2023, ApJ Letters, 957, L21}

^{56) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. IX. Detection of Near-horizon Circular Polarization [arXiv] [ADS] The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 284 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2023, ApJ Letters, 957, L20}

^{55) A Search for Pulsars around Sgr A* in the First Event Horizon Telescope Data Set [arXiv] [ADS] Torne, P., and 285 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2023, ApJ, 959, 14}

^{54) Comparison of Polarized Radiative Transfer Codes used by the EHT Collaboration [arXiv] [ADS]Prather, B. S., and 273 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2023, ApJ, 950, 35}

^{53) The Event Horizon Telescope Image of the Quasar NRAO 530 [arXiv] [ADS]Jorstad, S., and 269 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2023, ApJ, 943, 170}

^{52) A Water Vapor Radiometer for the CO Mapping Array Project (COMAP) Kim, J., & Cleary, K. A., O’Neill, S., Lamb, J. W., Woody, D. P., Harris, A. I., Dunne, D. A., Catha, M., Hobbs, R., Kocz, J., Pearson, T. J., Philip, L., Powell, T. W., Readhead, A. C. S., 2023, United States National Committee of URSI National Radio Science Meeting (USNC-URSI NRSM)}

^{51) Resolving the Inner Parsec of the Blazar J1924–2914 with the Event Horizon Telescope [arXiv] [ADS]Issaoun, S., and 267 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ, 934, 145}

^{50) COMAP Early Science: V. Constraints and Forecasts at z~3 [arXiv] [ADS]Chung, D. T., & COMAP Collaboration et al., including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ, 933, 186}

^{49) COMAP Early Science: IV. Power Spectrum Methodology and Results [arXiv] [ADS]Ihle, H. T., & COMAP Collaboration et al., including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ, 933, 185}

^{48) COMAP Early Science: III. CO Data Processing [arXiv] [ADS]Foss, M. K., & COMAP Collaboration et al., including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ, 933, 184}

^{47) COMAP Early Science: II. Pathfinder Instrument [arXiv] [ADS]Lamb, J. W., & COMAP Collaboration et al., including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ, 933, 183}

^{46) COMAP Early Science: I. Overview [arXiv] [ADS]Cleary, K. A., & COMAP Collaboration et al., including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ, 933, 182}

^{45) Synergies between the COMAP CO Line Intensity Mapping mission and a Lyα galaxy survey: How to probe the early universe with voxel based analysis of observational data [arXiv]Silva, M. B., and 9 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2021, submitted to Astronomy & Astrophysics}

^{44) Characterizing and Mitigating Intraday Variability: Reconstructing Source Structure in Accreting Black Holes with mm-VLBI [ADS]Broderick, A. E., and 266 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L21}

^{43) A Universal Power-law Prescription for Variability from Synthetic Images of Black Hole Accretion Flows [ADS]Georgiev, B., and 268 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L20}

^{42) Millimeter Light Curves of Sagittarius A* Observed during the 2017 Event Horizon Telescope Campaign [arXiv] [ADS]Wielgus, M., and 266 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L19}

^{41) Selective Dynamical Imaging of Interferometric Data [ADS]Farah, J., and 234 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L18}

^{40) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. VI. Testing the Black Hole Metric [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 270 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L17}

^{39) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. V. Testing Astrophysical Models of the Galactic Center Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 274 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L16}

^{38) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. IV. Variability, Morphology, and Black Hole Mass [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 269 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L15}

^{37) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. III. Imaging of the Galactic Center Supermassive Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 270 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L14}

^{36) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. II. EHT and Multiwavelength Observations, Data Processing, and Calibration [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 336 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L13}

^{35) First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. I. The Shadow of the Supermassive Black Hole in the Center of the Milky Way [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 388 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2022, ApJ Letters, 930, L12}

^{34) Markov Chains for Horizons (MARCH). I. Identifying Biases in Fitting Theoretical Models to Event Horizon Telescope Observations [arXiv] [ADS] Psaltis, D., Özel., F., Medeiros, L., Christian, P., Kim, J., Chan, C.-K., Conway, L. J., Raithel, C. A., Marrone, D. P., & Lauer, T. R. 2022, ApJ, 928, 55}

^{33) Probing Hot Gas Components of the Circumgalactic Medium in Cosmological Simulations with the Thermal Sunyaev–Zel’dovich Effect [arXiv] [ADS]Kim, J., Golwala, S., Bartlett, J. G., Amodeo, S., Battaglia, N., Benson, A. J., Hill, J. C., Hopkins, P. F., Hummels, C. B., Moser, E., & Orr, M. E. 2022, ApJ, 926, 179}

^{32) The Variability of the Black-Hole Image in M87 at the Dynamical Time Scale [arXiv] [ADS]Satapathy, K., and 237 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2022, ApJ, 925, 13}

^{31) Event Horizon Telescope observations of the jet launching and collimation in Centaurus A* [arXiv] [ADS]Janssen, M., and 267 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2021, Nature Astronomy, 5, 1017}

^{30) Constraints on black-hole charges with the 2017 EHT observations of M87* [arXiv] [ADS]Kocherlakota, P., and 236 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2021, Phys. Rev. D, 103, 104047}

^{29) The Polarized Image of a Synchrotron-emitting Ring of Gas Orbiting a Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS]Narayan, R., and 239 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2021, ApJ, 912, 35}

^{28) Broadband Multi-wavelength Properties of M87 during the 2017 Event Horizon Telescope Campaign [arXiv] [ADS]The EHT MWL Science Working Group et al., 745 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2021, ApJ Letters, 911, L11}

^{27) Polarimetric Properties of Event Horizon Telescope Targets from ALMA [arXiv] [ADS]Goddi, C., and 249 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2021, ApJ Letters, 910, L14}

^{26) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. VIII. Magnetic Field Structure near The Event Horizon [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 240 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2021, ApJ Letters, 910, L13}

^{25) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. VII. Polarization of the Ring [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 239 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2021, ApJ Letters, 910, L12}

^{24) Gravitational Test beyond the First Post-Newtonian Order with the Shadow of the M87 Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS] Psaltis, D., and 187 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2020, Phys. Rev. Lett., 125, 141104}

^{23) Monitoring the Morphology of M87* in 2009–2017 with the Event Horizon Telescope [arXiv] [ADS]Wielgus, M., and 218 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2020, ApJ, 901, 67}

^{22) Event Horizon Telescope imaging of the archetypal blazar 3C 279 at an extreme 20 microarcsecond resolution [ADS]Kim, J.-Y., and 352 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2020, A&A, 640, A69}

^{21) Verification of Radiative Transfer Schemes for the EHT [ADS]Gold, R., and 207 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2020, ApJ, 897, 148}

^{20) SYMBA: An end-to-end VLBI synthetic data generation pipeline [arXiv] [ADS]Roelofs, F., and 208 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2019, A&A, 636, A5}

^{19) The Event Horizon General Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamic Code Comparison Project [arXiv] [ADS]Porth, O., and 240 co-authors, including Kim, J. and the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, 2019, ApJS, 243, 2}

^{18) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. VI. The Shadow and Mass of the Central Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 214 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2019, ApJ Letters, 875, L6}

^{17) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. V. Physical Origin of the Asymmetric Ring [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 221 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2019, ApJ Letters, 875, L5}

^{16) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. IV. Imaging the Central Supermassive Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 215 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2019, ApJ Letters, 875, L4}

^{15) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. III. Data Processing and Calibration [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 217 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2019, ApJ Letters, 875, L3}

^{14) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. II. Array and Instrumentation [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 341 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2019, ApJ Letters, 875, L2}

^{13) First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. I. The Shadow of the Supermassive Black Hole [arXiv] [ADS]The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration et al., 348 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2019, ApJ Letters, 875, L1}

^{12) Tilted beam measurement of VLBI receiver for the South Pole Telescope [arXiv] [ADS]Kim, J., & Marrone, D. P., 2018, Proceedings of the 29th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology (ISSTT)}

^{11) A VLBI receiving system for the South Pole Telescope [arXiv] [ADS]Kim, J., Marrone, D. P., and 16 co-authors, 2018, Proceedings of SPIE, 10708, 107082S}

^{10) The 1.4 mm core of Centaurus A: First VLBI results with the South Pole Telescope [arXiv] [ADS]Kim, J., Marrone, D. P., and 28 co-authors, 2018, ApJ, 861, 129}

^{9) Detection of Intrinsic Source Structure at ~3 Schwarzschild Radii with Millimeter-VLBI Observations of Sagittarius A* [arXiv] [ADS]Lu, R.-S., and 55 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2018, ApJ, 859, 60}

^{8) GRMHD Simulations of Visibility Amplitude Variability for Event Horizon Telescope Images of Sgr A* [arXiv] [ADS]Medeiros, L., Chan, C.-K., Özel., F., Psaltis, D., Kim, J., Marrone, D. P., & Sądowski, A. 2018, ApJ, 856, 163}

^{7) Variability in GRMHD simulations of Sgr A*: Implications for EHT closure phase observations [arXiv] [ADS]Medeiros, L., Chan, C.-K., Özel., F., Psaltis, D., Kim, J., Marrone, D. P., & Sądowski, A. 2017, ApJ, 844, 35}

^{6) Bayesian Techniques for Comparing Time-dependent GRMHD Simulations to Variable Event Horizon Telescope Observations [arXiv] [ADS]Kim, J., Marrone, D. P., Chan, C.-K., Medeiros, L., Özel., F., & Psaltis, D. 2016, ApJ, 832, 156}

^{5) Persistent Asymmetric Structure of Sagittarius A* on Event Horizon Scales [arXiv] [ADS] Fish, V. L., and 71 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2016, ApJ, 820, 90}

^{4) Comet 17P/Holmes: Contrast in Activity between Before and After the 2007 Outburst [arXiv] [ADS]Ishiguro, M., Kim, Y., Kim, J., and 17 co-authors, 2013, ApJ, 778, 19}

^{3) Multiband Optical Observation of the P/2010 A2 Dust Tail [arXiv] [ADS]Kim, J., Ishiguro, M., Hanayama, H., Hasegawa, S., Usui, F., Yanagisawa, K., Sarugaku, Y., Watanabe, J., & Yoshida, M. 2012, ApJ Letters, 746, L11}

^{2) Interpretation of (596) Scheila’s Triple Dust Tails [arXiv] [ADS]Ishiguro, M., and 18 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2011, ApJ Letters, 741, L24}

^{1) Observational Evidence for an Impact on the Main-Belt Asteroid (596) Scheila [ADS]Ishiguro, M., and 18 co-authors, including Kim, J., 2011, ApJ Letters, 740, L11}