Research Topics Black Holes & Active Galactic Nuclei

Research Area/ Research Interest: Black Holes & Active Galactic Nuclei

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Black Holes & Active Galactic Nuclei
  2. Can stellar-mass black hole growth disrupt disks of active galactic nuclei? The role of mechanical feedback
  3. Constraints on Cosmic Ray Acceleration Capabilities of Black Holes in X-ray Binaries and Active Galactic Nuclei
  4. Hot Circumsingle Disks Drive Binary Black Hole Mergers in Active Galactic Nucleus Disks
  5. Detectability of a spatial correlation between stellar-mass black hole mergers and Active Galactic Nuclei in the Local Universe
  6. X-Ray Coronal Properties of Swift/BAT-selected Seyfert 1 Active Galactic Nuclei
  7. High-density disc reflection spectroscopy of low-mass active galactic nuclei
  8. On measuring the Hubble constant with X-ray reverberation mapping of active galactic nuclei
  9. Deep learning Bayesian inference for low-luminosity active galactic nuclei spectra
  10. Evidence for A Hot Wind from High-resolution X-Ray Spectroscopic Observation of the Low-luminosity Active Galactic Nucleus in NGC 7213
  11. Revealing dual radio sources in a sub-kpc-scale binary active galactic nucleus candidate
  12. Probing the Statistical Relationship Between Binary Black Hole Mergers and Active Galactic Nuclei
  13. Modeling changing‐look active galactic nuclei phenomenon in 1D using accretion disk instabilities
  14. Warm Absorbers in the Radiation-driven Fountain Model of Low-mass Active Galactic Nuclei
  15. Variability Selected Active Galactic Nuclei from ASAS-SN Survey: Constraining the Low Luminosity AGN Population
  16. Determining Star Formation Rates of Active Galactic Nucleus Host Galaxies Based on SED Fitting with Submillimeter Data
  17. HARMONI view of the host galaxies of active galactic nuclei around cosmic noon-Resolved stellar morpho-kinematics and the MBH− σ⋆ relation
  18. Non-thermal emission from fall-back clouds in the Broad-Line Region of Active Galactic Nuclei
  19. Active Galactic Nuclei and their demography through cosmic time
  20. Fast radio bursts as probes of feedback from active galactic nuclei
  21. Do Radio Active Galactic Nuclei Reflect X-ray Binary Spectral States?
  22. HST Spectroscopy of Lyα Emission in Low-Redshift Weak Emission-Line Quasars: Probing for Rapid Accretion in Active Galactic Nuclei
  23. Conditional Neural Process for nonparametric modeling of active galactic nuclei light curves
  24. Searching for quasi-periodic oscillations in active galactic nuclei of the Chandra Deep Field South
  25. Quasi-periodic oscillations in the -ray light curves of bright active galactic nuclei
  26. Properties of IR selected Active Galactic Nuclei
  27. Polarization in broad emission lines of active galactic nuclei
  28. Active Galactic Nuclei (AGNs)
  29. High-Energy Neutrinos from Active Galactic Nuclei
  30. Time Dependent Photoionization Modeling of Warm Absorbers in Active Galactic Nuclei
  31. Massive Molecular Gas as a Fuel Tank for Active Galactic Nuclei Feedback In Central Cluster Galaxies
  32. Accretion Disk Size Measurements of Active Galactic Nuclei Monitored by the Zwicky Transient Facility
  33. Ultraviolet line-driven disc winds as a feedback mechanism in bright active galactic nuclei
  34. A New Iron Emission Template for Active Galactic Nuclei. I. Optical Template for the Hβ Region
  35. Characterizing the -Ray Variability of Active Galactic Nuclei with Stochastic Process Method
  36. The radio dichotomy of active galactic nuclei
  37.  agnpy: An open-source python package modelling the radiative processes of jetted active galactic nuclei
  38. First results on Active Galactic Nuclei from eROSITA
  39. The extreme properties of the nearby hyper-Eddington accreting Active Galactic Nucleus in IRAS 04416+ 1215
  40.  Radiation pressure on dust explains the Low Ionized Broad Emission Lines in Active Galactic Nuclei
  41. The flux ratio of the [N II] λλ 6548, 6583 Ålines in sample of Active Galactic Nuclei Type 2
  42. Exploring Gravitationally Lensed z≳ 6 X-Ray Active Galactic Nuclei Behind the RELICS Clusters
  43. The X-ray coronae in NuSTAR bright active galactic nuclei
  44. Influence of Comptonization region over the ambiance of accretion disc in active galactic nucleus
  45. Diffuse flux of PeV neutrinos from centrifugally accelerated protons in active galactic nuclei
  46. Response of the Fe Kα line emission to the X-ray continuum variability in the changing-look active galactic nucleus NGC 1566
  47. X-ray Selected Narrow-Line Active Galactic Nuclei in the COSMOS Field: Nature of Optically Dull Active Galactic Nuclei
  48. Legacy Survey of Space and Time cadence strategy evaluations for active galactic nucleus time-series data in Wide-Fast-Deep field
  49. AGN as potential factories for eccentric black hole mergers
  50. Obscured active galactic nuclei and the need for optical to near‐infrared, massively multiplexed, spectroscopic facilities
  51. FRAMEx II: Simultaneous X-ray and Radio Variability in Active Galactic Nuclei The Case of NGC 2992
  52. Fe II emission in active galactic nuclei
  53. NuSTAR Observations of 52 Compton-thick Active Galactic Nuclei Selected by the Swift/BAT All-sky Hard X-Ray Survey
  54. Signatures of leptophilic t-channel dark matter from active galactic nuclei
  55. Exploring Photoionised Outflowing Winds in Active Galactic Nuclei
  56. Tracing the outflow kinematics in Type 2 active galactic nuclei
  57.  What Are Quasars, Blazars, and Active Galactic Nuclei?
  58. The Paschen Jump as a Diagnostic of the Diffuse Nebular Continuum Emission in Active Galactic Nuclei
  59. WISE View of Changing-look Active Galactic Nuclei: Evidence for a Transitional Stage of AGNs
  60.  Star-formation quenching of cluster galaxies as traced by metallicity and presence of active galactic nuclei, and galactic conformity
  61. A radio, optical, UV and X-ray view of the enigmatic changing look Active Galactic Nucleus 1ES~ 1927+ 654 from its pre-to post-flare states
  62. VizieR Online Data Catalog: Properties of 68 active galactic nuclei (Martinez-Aldama+, 2020)
  63. Direction of Parsec-scale Jets for 9220 Active Galactic Nuclei
  64. Comparison of the star formation of X-ray selected active galactic nuclei in eFEDS with star-forming galaxies
  65.  Host galaxy properties of quasi-periodically erupting X-ray sources
  66. Erratum: Hot gas flows on parsec scale in the low-luminosity active galactic nucleus NGC 3115
  67. B3 0749+ 460A: A New Repeat “Changing-look” Active Galactic Nucleus Associated with X-Ray Spectral Slope Variations
  68. Searching for massive black holes at high redshift with emission lines
  69. Mid-infrared Variability of Low-redshift Active Galactic Nuclei: Constraints on a Hot Dust Component with a Variable Covering Factor
  70. The Environmental Dependence of the Stellar Velocity Dispersion of Active Galactic Nucleus (AGN) Host Galaxies and Dependence of the Clustering Properties of …
  71. A New Infrared Criterion for Selecting Active Galactic Nuclei to Lower Luminosities
  72. Investigating the Star Formation History of Active Galactic Nuclei Hosts Over Cosmic Time z 0-2.5
  73. On the Jacobi capture origin of binaries with applications to the Earth-Moon system and black holes in galactic nuclei
  74. Bringing Supermassive Black Hole Mergers to Light
  75. Absorption variability of the highly obscured active galactic nucleus NGC 4507
  76. Spectroscopy of an extreme [O iii] emitting active galactic nucleus at z = 3.212: implications for the reionization era
  77. Bolometric luminosity estimators using infrared hydrogen lines for dust obscured active galactic nuclei
  79. Energy-dependent flavor ratios, cascade/track spectrum tension and high-energy neutrinos from magnetospheres of supermassive black holes
  80.  Dark fluxes from accreting black holes through several mechanisms
  81. Time-dependent stellar-mass binary black hole mergers in AGN disks: Mass distribution of hierarchical mergers
  82. Binary Black Hole mergers and galaxies’ central black holes
  83. Searching for the Origin of Double-peaked Broad Emission Lines in a Merging Galaxy with EVN
  84. Thermal imaging of dust hiding the black hole in NGC 1068
  85. Black Hole Discs and Spheres in Galactic Nuclei–Exploring the Landscape of Vector Resonant Relaxation Equilibria
  86.  Accretion around black holes: The geometry and spectra
  87. Detecting intermediate mass black holes in midiquasars with current and future surveys
  88.  The Formation of Intermediate-mass Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei
  89.  Global Understanding of Accretion and Ejection around Black Holes
  90. Optical Variability of” Light-weight” Supermassive Black Holes at a Few Percent Level from ZTF Forced-Photometry Light Curves
  93. Black hole spins in radio-quiet type I active galaxies: Markov chain Monte Carlo based analysis
  94. Mass and spin of Kerr black holes in terms of observational quantities: The dragging effect on the redshift
  95. Water megamaser and central black hole masses in a large sample of galaxies
  96. Optical spectroscopic observations of intermediate-mass black holes and their host galaxies: the relation
  97. The low-mass end of accreting supermassive black holes
  98.  Locating Supermassive Black Holes in Distant Galaxies via RADIO GALAXY ZOO: LOFAR Project
  99. Hunting for massive black holes in dwarf galaxies
  100. Gamma-ray emission from supermassive black hole binary OJ 287
  101. The glowing dusty heart of a hidden quasar
  102. Chandra Observations of Spikey: A Possible Self-lensing Supermassive Black Hole Binary System
  103. Automated algorithms to build active galactic nucleus classifiers
  104. Top-heavy stellar mass distribution in galactic nuclei inferred from the universally high abundance ratio of [Fe/Mg]
  105. Observable characteristics of the charged black hole surrounded by thin disk accretion in Rastall gravity
  107.  Gravitational effect of plasma particles on the shadow of Schwarzschild black holes
  108. Properties of the accretion disc, jet and disc-wind around Kerr black hole
  109. Gravitomagnetic interaction of a Kerr black hole with a magnetic field as the source of the jetted GeV radiation of gamma-ray bursts
  110. Predicting the black hole mass and correlations in X-ray reverberating AGNs using neural networks
  111. Tick-Tock: The Imminent Merger of a Supermassive Black Hole Binary
  112.  The discovery of a radio galaxy of at least 5 Mpc
  113. Eccentric Mergers of Intermediate-Mass Black Holes from Evection Resonances in AGN Disks
  114. Revisiting the constraints on primordial black hole abundance with the isotropic gamma-ray background
  115. Taming the derivative: Diagnostics of the continuum and Hβ emission in a prototypical Population B active galaxy
  116. The GLEAMing of the first supermassive black holes: II. A new sample of high-redshift radio galaxy candidates
  117. Bubbles or Sound Waves–How do Super-Massive Black Holes heat the ICM?
  118. Quasar continuum spectrum disfavors black holes with a magnetic monopole charge
  119.  The Black Hole–Galaxy Connection: Interplay between Feedback, Obscuration, and Host Galaxy Substructure
  120. Interacting Stellar EMRIs as Sources of Quasi-periodic Eruptions in Galactic Nuclei
  121. Investigating the Accretion Nature of Binary Supermassive Black Hole Candidate SDSS J025214. 67− 002813.7
  122. Probing the Spins of Supermassive Black Holes with Gravitational Waves from Surrounding Compact Binaries
  123. Multimessenger time-domain signatures of supermassive black hole binaries
  124.  First direct dynamical detection of a dual supermassive black hole system at sub-kiloparsec separation
  125. Accretion in Black Hole X-ray Binaries
  126. Contracting and Expanding Binary Black Holes in 3D Low-Mass AGN Disks: The Importance of Separation
  127. AGN jets do not prevent the saturation of conduction by the heat buoyancy instability in simulated galaxy clusters
  128. The response of black hole spark gaps to external changes: A production mechanism of rapid TeV flares?
  129. X-ray simulations of polar gas in accreting supermassive black holes
  130. AGN Lifetimes in UV-selected Galaxies: A Clue to Supermassive Black Hole-galaxy Coevolution
  131. The ASTRID simulation: the evolution of supermassive black holes
  132. Spectral and polarization properties of reflected X-ray emission from black hole accretion discs
  133. Ancestral Black Holes of Binary Merger GW190521
  134. Hydrodynamical Evolution of Black-Hole Binaries Embedded in AGN Discs
  135. The black hole population in low-mass galaxies in large-scale cosmological simulations
  136. Supermassive black holes in cosmological simulations–II: the AGN population and predictions for upcoming X-ray missions
  137. Fundamental Properties of Active Galaxies: Distances and Black Hole Masses of Nearby Seyferts
  138. BASS XXV: DR2 Broad-line Based Black Hole Mass Estimates and Biases from Obscuration
  139. Cold Gas in Massive Galaxies as a Critical Test of Black Hole Feedback Models
  140. The relation between the radio emission of the core and host galaxy properties in Fanaroff–Riley type II radio galaxies
  141. Origin and evolution of dust-obscured galaxies in galaxy mergers
  142. Fermi and eROSITA bubbles as relics of the past activity of the Galaxy’s central black hole
  143. Wakefield Acceleration in a Jet from a Neutrino-driven Accretion Flow around a Black Hole
  144. Electromagnetic signatures of strong-field gravity from accreting black-holes
  145. Dynamical Formation of Merging Stellar-Mass Binary Black Holes
  146. Running late: testing delayed supermassive black hole growth models against the quasar luminosity function
  147. Toward Astrometric Constraints on a Supermassive Black Hole Binary in the Early-Type Galaxy NGC\, 4472
  148. Charged fluid nonconducting toroidal structures orbiting a Schwarzschild black hole immersed in a split-monopole magnetic field
  149.  Fermilab FERMILAB-PUB-05-022-CD FEBRUARY 2005 A simple test for the existence of two accretion modes in Active Galactic Nuclei
  150. A Quasar-based Supermassive Black Hole Binary Population Model: Implications for the Gravitational Wave Background
  151. Exploring the High-redshift PBH-ΛCDM Universe: Early Black Hole Seeding, the First Stars and Cosmic Radiation Backgrounds
  152.  An Obscured Tidal Disruption Event Manifested as Energetic Mid-infrared Outburst in a Milky-Way-sized Star-forming Galaxy
  153. Binary black hole signatures in polarized light curves
  154. Galaxy evolution through infrared and submillimetre spectroscopy: Measuring star formation and black hole accretion with JWST and ALMA
  155. AstroSat view of spectral transition in the changing-look active galaxy NGC 1566 during the declining phase of the 2018 outburst
  156. Eccentricity estimate for black hole mergers with numerical relativity simulations
  157. Primordial black holes as dark matter candidates
  158. Multi-scale feedback and feeding in the closest radio galaxy Centaurus A
  159. Why do black holes trace bulges (& central surface densities), instead of galaxies as a whole?
  160. Confirmation of intermediate-mass black holes candidates with X-ray observations
  161. The impact of black hole feedback on the UV luminosity and stellar mass assembly of high-redshift galaxies
  162.  The Origin of Cosmic Structures Part 3—Supermassive Black Holes and Galaxy Cluster Evolution
  163. Quasi-periodic eruptions from the helium envelope of hydrogen-deficient stars stripped by supermassive black holes
  164. Quasars at the dawn of cosmic time
  165. Study of relativistic accretion flow around KTN black hole with shocks
  166. Deep Chandra Observations of M84: AGN Feeding and Feedback from Kiloparsec Scales to the Bondi Radius
  167. Dynamics and merger rate of primordial black holes in a cluster
  168. A blazar from a billion years ago
  169. The Kiloparsec-scale Neutral Atomic Carbon Outflow in the Nearby Type 2 Seyfert Galaxy NGC 1068: Evidence for Negative AGN Feedback
  170. BASS XXX: Distribution Functions of DR2 Eddington-ratios, Black Hole Masses, and X-ray Luminosities
  171. Imminent merger of giant black holes predicted
  172. Climbing out of the shadows: building the distance ladder with black hole images
  173. Search and analysis of giant radio galaxies with associated nuclei (SAGAN)-III. New insights into giant radio quasars
  174. On the Connection between Supermassive Black Hole and Galaxy Growth in the Reionization Epoch
  175. Unraveling certain high energy astrophysical features based on advective accretion disks
  176. Supercritical growth pathway to overmassive black holes at cosmic dawn: coevolution with massive quasar hosts
  177. Characterization of NGC 7479’s torus variability
  178. Call of the Duty Cycle: Searching for Fading AGN in the 12 μm Galaxies
  179. Cosmic X-Ray Background Measurement from NuSTAR in Energies of 3-30 keV
  180. Suppression of black-hole growth by strong outflows at redshifts 5.8–6.6
  181. The evolution of dual AGN across cosmic time
  182. Merging stellar-mass binary black holes
  183. Cold gas removal from the centre of a galaxy by a low-luminosity jet
  184. A deep, multi-epoch Chandra HETG study of the ionized outflow from NGC 4051
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  186. Swift-BAT 70-month survey: The distributions of Eddington ratios of obscured and unobscured AGN are significantly different from each other
  187. Particle energization in radiative relativistic plasma turbulence
  188. Developing a physical model for the AGN UV/optical power spectra
  189. Linking pressure gradients with the stability of molecular clouds in galactic outflows
  190. The black homunculus: toward a grammar of black experience
  191. Multicolor optical monitoring of the γ-ray emitting narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy PMN J0948+ 0022 from 2020 to 2021
  192. Spectacular 240 kpc double-sided relativistic jets in a spiral-hosted narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy
  193.  The Unanticipated Phenomenology of the Blazar PKS 2131–021: A Unique Supermassive Black Hole Binary Candidate
  194.  What Are Black Hole Jets and How Do They Form?
  195. Massive Black Hole Formation in Dense Stellar Environments: Enhanced X-Ray Detection Rates in High-velocity Dispersion Nuclear Star Clusters
  196. Central Black Hole Mass in the Distant Tidal Disruption Event Candidate of Swift J2058. 4+ 0516
  197. Galaxy mergers can initiate quenching by unlocking an AGN-driven transformation of the baryon cycle
  198. Isolating an outflow component in single-epoch spectra of quasars
  199. Testing black holes in non-linear electrodynamics from the observed quasi-periodic oscillations
  200. Discovery of ATLAS17jrp as an Optical, X-ray and Infrared Bright TDE in a Star-forming Galaxy
  201. Interstellar gas heating by primordial black holes
  202. Concordance between observations and simulations in the evolution of the mass relation between supermassive black holes and their host galaxies
  203. VizieR Online Data Catalog: Supermassive BH masses of reverberation-mapped AGNs (Yu+, 2020)
  204. Testing time evolution of the mass distribution of the black hole mergers
  205. An Ultraluminous Supersoft Source in a Dwarf Galaxy of A85: An Intermediate-mass Black Hole Candidate
  206. A new X-ray tidal disruption event candidate with fast variability
  207. Spontaneous Formation of Outflows Powered by Rotating Magnetized Accretion Flows in a Galactic Center
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  209. Mass-gap extreme mass ratio inspirals
  210.  Ambilateral collimation study of the twin-jets in NGC 1052
  211. Jet launching of M87
  212. Self-lensing flares from black hole binaries: Observing black hole shadows via light curve tomography
  213. Discovery of ATLAS17jrp as an Optical-, X-Ray-, and Infrared-bright Tidal Disruption Event in a Star-forming Galaxy
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  216. Acceleration and cooling of the corona during X-ray flares from the Seyfert galaxy I Zw 1
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  218. A multiwavelength-motivated X-ray model for the Circinus Galaxy
  219. A disk instability model for the quasi-periodic eruptions of GSN 069
  220.  New jet feature in the parsec-scale jet of the blazar OJ 287 connected to the 2017 teraelectronvolt flaring activity
  221. Relativistic Magnetized Astrophysical Plasma Outflows in Black-Hole Microquasars
  222. Deciphering signatures of Bardeen black holes from the observed quasi-periodic oscillations
  223. An Ultraluminous Supersoft Source in a Dwarf Galaxy of Abell 85: An Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Candidate
  224. Evidence of large recoil velocity from a black hole merger signal
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  226. Alfvénic superradiance for a monopole magnetosphere around a Kerr black hole
  227. A Multi-wavelength Data Analysis with Multi-mission Space Telescopes
  228. NOEMA observations support a recoiling black hole in 3C186
  229. Assigning degrees of stochasticity to blazar light curves in the radio band using complex networks
  230. Rapid turn-on of a luminous X-ray source in the candidate Lyman continuum emitting galaxy Tol 0440-381
  231. A hidden population of massive black holes in simulated dwarf galaxies
  232. Thermal Equilibrium Solutions of Black Hole Accretion Flows: Outflows versus Advection
  234. VizieR Online Data Catalog: MaNGA AGNs from WISE, Swift/BAT, NVSS & FIRST (Comerford+, 2020)
  235. Multiband gravitational wave cosmology with stellar origin black hole binaries
  236. Black hole spin–orbit misalignment in the x-ray binary MAXI J1820+ 070
  237. A technique to select the most obscured galaxy nuclei
  238. Optical and JWST Mid-IR Emission Line Diagnostics for Simultaneous IMBH and Stellar Excitation in z∼ 0 Dwarf Galaxies
  239. Study of optical and gamma-ray long-term variability in blazars
  240. The changing-look AGN NGC 1566 in quiescence with XMM-Newton: a nuclear starburst and an AGN competing in power?
  241. OSIRIS: a new code for ray tracing around compact objects
  242. Analytical Model of Disk Evaporation and State Transitions in Accreting Black Holes
  243.  The filamentary internal structure of the 3C279 blazar jet
  244.  NASA launches X-ray mission
  245. Blazar nature of high- radio-loud quasars
  246. Geodesics and shadow formed by a rotating Gauss–Bonnet black hole in AdS spacetime
  247. VLBI observations of VIK J2318-3113, a quasar at z= 6.44
  248.  PATOKA: Simulating Electromagnetic Observables of Black Hole Accretion
  249. NSI effects on the generation of microscopic black hole events


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