Here’s a comprehensive list of all work published by members of the DES Collaboration, with arXiv links to all papers.
Dark Energy Survey Year 1 Results: The Impact of Galaxy Neighbours on Weak Lensing Cosmology with IM3SHAPE
This paper uses simulated DES Y1 images to explore the impact of neighboring galaxies on galaxy shape measurements with im3shape and thereby on cosmology constraints from weak lensing cosmic shear. For more information, contact Simon Samuroff (email@example.com).
This paper presents the methodology for combining the 3 measurements used in DES Y1 to derive cosmological constraints: galaxy clustering, galaxy-galaxy lensing, and cosmic shear. For more information, please contact Elisabeth Krause (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tim Eifler (email@example.com).
This paper presents the most significant detection of weak gravitational lensing cosmic shear in a galaxy survey to date, using shapes of 26 million galaxies in 4 redshift bins, and derives constraints on cosmological parameters therefrom. This is one of the 3 measurements used in “Cosmological Constraints from Galaxy Clustering and Weak Lensing.” For more information, please contact Michael Troxel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Year 1 Gold catalog includes measurements of 137 million objects (galaxies and stars) in 5 filters (grizY) over 1800 square degrees of the sky. These data underlie many of the Year 1 cosmology results. For more information, contact Alex Drlica-Wagner (email@example.com).
This paper presents measurements of the correlation of galaxy shear from 26 million source galaxies (from Zuntz, et al) with the positions of 660,000 red foreground lens galaxies (from Elvin-Poole, et al), due to weak gravitational lensing. This is one of the 3 data sets used in “Cosmological Constraints from Galaxy Clustering and Weak Lensing.” For more information, please contact Judit Prat (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Carles Sanchez (email@example.com).
This paper combines DES Y1 measurements of galaxy clustering, galaxy-galaxy lensing, and weak lensing cosmic shear to derive constraints on cosmological parameters, compares with measurements from other experiments, and combines with external data to obtain stringent constraints. For more information, please contact the DES collaboration (firstname.lastname@example.org).