Muhammad A. Latif
Muhammad A. Latif
Faculty member at UAEU
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Black hole formation in the early Universe
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, W Schmidt, J Niemeyer
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 433 (2), 1607-1618, 2013
1782013
Massive black hole factories: Supermassive and quasi-star formation in primordial halos
DRG Schleicher, F Palla, A Ferrara, D Galli, M Latif
Astronomy & Astrophysics 558, A59, 2013
1372013
The characteristic black hole mass resulting from direct collapse in the early Universe
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, W Schmidt, JC Niemeyer
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 436 (4), 2989-2996, 2013
1302013
Formation of supermassive black hole seeds
MA Latif, A Ferrara
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 33, 2016
1132016
How realistic UV spectra and X-rays suppress the abundance of direct collapse black holes
MA Latif, S Bovino, T Grassi, DRG Schleicher, M Spaans
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 446 (3), 3163-3177, 2015
902015
On the number density of ‘direct collapse’black hole seeds
M Habouzit, M Volonteri, M Latif, Y Dubois, S Peirani
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 463 (1), 529-540, 2016
832016
A UV flux constraint on the formation of direct collapse black holes
MA Latif, S Bovino, C Van Borm, T Grassi, DRG Schleicher, M Spaans
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 443 (3), 1979-1987, 2014
792014
High-resolution studies of massive primordial haloes
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, W Schmidt, J Niemeyer
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 430 (1), 588-598, 2013
752013
The small-scale dynamo and the amplification of magnetic fields in massive primordial haloes
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, W Schmidt, J Niemeyer
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 432 (1), 668-678, 2013
732013
The Formation of Massive Population III Stars in the Presence of Turbulence
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, W Schmidt, J Niemeyer
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 772 (1), L3, 2013
592013
Titans of the early Universe: The Prato statement on the origin of the first supermassive black holes
TE Woods, B Agarwal, V Bromm, A Bunker, KJ Chen, S Chon, A Ferrara, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 36, 2019
572019
Exploring the nature of the Lyman-α emitter CR7
T Hartwig, MA Latif, M Magg, V Bromm, RS Klessen, SCO Glover, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 462 (2), 2184-2202, 2016
482016
The formation of massive primordial stars in the presence of moderate UV backgrounds
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, S Bovino, T Grassi, M Spaans
The Astrophysical Journal 792 (1), 78, 2014
472014
Impact of Dust Cooling on Direct-collapse Black Hole Formation
MA Latif, K Omukai, M Habouzit, DRG Schleicher, M Volonteri
The Astrophysical Journal 823 (1), 40, 2016
442016
Magnetic fields during the formation of supermassive black holes
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, W Schmidt
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 440 (2), 1551-1561, 2014
442014
The impact of Lyman α trapping on the formation of primordial objects
MA Latif, S Zaroubi, M Spaans
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 411 (3), 1659-1670, 2011
432011
Assessing inflow rates in atomic cooling haloes: implications for direct collapse black holes
MA Latif, M Volonteri
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 452 (1), 1026-1044, 2015
402015
How an improved implementation of H2 self-shielding influences the formation of massive stars and black holes
T Hartwig, SCO Glover, RS Klessen, MA Latif, M Volonteri
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 452 (2), 1233-1244, 2015
392015
Impact of baryonic streaming velocities on the formation of supermassive black holes via direct collapse
MA Latif, JC Niemeyer, DRG Schleicher
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 440 (4), 2969-2975, 2014
372014
Witnessing the birth of a supermassive protostar
MA Latif, DRG Schleicher, T Hartwig
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 458 (1), 233-241, 2016
342016
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