- Sam R. Dolan and Jake O. Shipley (2016). “Stable photon orbits in stationary axisymmetric electrovacuum spacetimes” Physical Review D 94 044038, arXiv:1605.07193 [gr-qc]
- Jake O. Shipley and Sam R. Dolan (2016). “Binary black hole shadows, chaotic scattering and the Cantor set” Classical and Quantum Gravity 33 175001, arXiv:1603.04469 [gr-qc] *
* Included in the CQG Highlights of 2016.
Sam Dolan and I were invited to write an “Insight” piece for CQG+, the companion website to Classical and Quantum Gravity. Our article, “Fractals and black hole shadows”, can be found here.
- “Chaos around two black holes, escape basins and the Wada property” Nonlinear Dynamics Seminar, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Móstoles, Madrid, Spain (14 December 2016).
- “Binary black hole shadows, chaotic scattering and stable photon orbits” Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar, University College Dublin, Ireland (9 November 2016).
- “Binary black hole shadows are fractal” Gravitational Lensing and Black Hole Shadows Workshop, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal (3–4 November 2016).
Contributed talks and presentations
- “Stable photon orbits and black hole shadows” Lancaster–Manchester–Sheffield Consortium for Fundamental Physics, University of Sheffield, UK (20 June 2017).
- “What does a black hole look like?” Postgraduate Student Seminar, University of Sheffield, UK (1 November 2016).
- “Binary black hole shadows, chaotic scattering and the Cantor set” The Dynamics of Complex Systems, University of Warwick, UK (18–20 May 2016) [poster].
- “Binary black hole shadows are fractal” BritGrav16, University of Nottingham, UK (4–5 April 2016).