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Below a complete list of 32 main publications (first, second, and third author papers). For a list of all papers, please visit NASA/ADS directly.

1. Probing bursty star formation by cross-correlating extragalactic background light and galaxy surveys
G. Sun, A. Lidz, A. Faisst et al., MNRAS, 524, 2395, September 2023

2. The First Weak-lensing Analysis with the James Webb Space Telescope: SMACS J0723.3-7327
K. Finner, A. Faisst, R. Chary et al., ApJ, 953, 102, August 2023

3. Cosmic Evolution of Gas and Star Formation
N. Scoville, A. Faisst, J. Weaver et al., ApJ, 943, 82, February 2023

4. What Are Those Tiny Things? A First Study of Compact Star Clusters in the SMACS0723 Field with JWST
A. Faisst, R. Chary, G. Brammer et al., ApJL, 941, L11, December 2022

5. Evolution of Gas, and Star Formation from z = 0 to 5
N. Scoville, A. Faisst, J. Weaver et al., arXiv:2211.07836, November 2022

6. ALPINE: A Large Survey to Understand Teenage Galaxies
A. Faisst, L. Yan, M. Béthermin et al., Univ, 8, 314, June 2022

7. Joint Survey Processing. II. Stellar Proper Motions in the COSMOS Field from Hubble Space Telescope ACS and Subaru Telescope HSC Observations
S. Fajardo-Acosta, A. Faisst, C. Grillmair et al., ApJ, 930, 71, May 2022

8. Joint Survey Processing. I. Compact Oddballs in the COSMOS Field-Low-luminosity Quasars at z > 6?
A. Faisst, R. Chary, S. Fajardo-Acosta et al., ApJ, 929, 66, April 2022

9. The ALPINE-ALMA [C II] survey: Investigation of 10 galaxies at z 4.5 with [O II] and [C II] line emission - ISM properties and [O II]-SFR relation
B. Vanderhoof, A. Faisst, L. Shen et al., MNRAS, 511, 1303, March 2022

10. The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] survey. Small Lyα-[CII] velocity offsets in main-sequence galaxies at 4.4 < z < 6
P. Cassata, L. Morselli, A. Faisst et al., A&A, 643, A6, November 2020

11. ALMA characterizes the dust temperature of z ∼ 5.5 star-forming galaxies
A. Faisst, Y. Fudamoto, P. Oesch et al., MNRAS, 498, 4192, November 2020

12. The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] survey. Survey strategy, observations, and sample properties of 118 star-forming galaxies at 4 < z < 6
O. Le Fèvre, M. Béthermin, A. Faisst et al., A&A, 643, A1, November 2020

13. The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] survey. Dust attenuation properties and obscured star formation at z ∼ 4.4-5.8
Y. Fudamoto, P. Oesch, A. Faisst et al., A&A, 643, A4, November 2020

14. The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] Survey: Exploring the Dark Side of Normal Galaxies at the End of Reionisation
M. Béthermin, M. Dessauges-Zavadsky, A. Faisst et al., Msngr, 180, 31, June 2020

15. The redshift evolution of rest-UV spectroscopic properties to z ∼ 5
A. Pahl, A. Shapley, A. Faisst et al., MNRAS, 493, 3194, April 2020

16. The ALPINE-ALMA [C II] Survey: Multiwavelength Ancillary Data and Basic Physical Measurements
A. Faisst, D. Schaerer, B. Lemaux et al., ApJS, 247, 61, April 2020

17. He II Emission from Wolf-Rayet Stars as a Tool for Measuring Dust Reddening
C. Leitherer, J. Lee & A. Faisst, AJ, 158, 192, November 2019

18. The Recent Burstiness of Star Formation in Galaxies at z ∼ 4.5 from Hα Measurements
A. Faisst, P. Capak, N. Emami et al., ApJ, 884, 133, October 2019

19. Low Star Formation Efficiency in Typical Galaxies at z = 5-6
R. Pavesi, D. Riechers, A. Faisst et al., ApJ, 882, 168, September 2019

20. How to Find Variable Active Galactic Nuclei with Machine Learning
A. Faisst, A. Prakash, P. Capak et al., ApJL, 881, L9, August 2019

21. Cosmology in the 2020s Needs Precision and Accuracy: The Case for Euclid/LSST/WFIRST Joint Survey Processing
R. Chary, L. Armus, A. Faisst et al., BAAS, 51, 44, May 2019

22. Empirical Modeling of the Redshift Evolution of the [{\rm{N}}\,{\rm{II}}]/Hα Ratio for Galaxy Redshift Surveys
A. Faisst, D. Masters, Y. Wang et al., ApJ, 855, 132, March 2018

23. An Alternate Approach to Measure Specific Star Formation Rates at 2\lt z\lt 7
I. Davidzon, O. Ilbert, A. Faisst et al., ApJ, 852, 107, January 2018

24. Are High-redshift Galaxies Hot? Temperature of z > 5 Galaxies and Implications for Their Dust Properties
A. Faisst, P. Capak, L. Yan et al., ApJ, 847, 21, September 2017

25. Dust Properties of C II Detected z ∼ 5.5 Galaxies: New HST/WFC3 Near-IR Observations
I. Barisic, A. Faisst, P. Capak et al., ApJ, 845, 41, August 2017

26. Constraints on Quenching of Z ≲ 2 Massive Galaxies from the Evolution of the Average Sizes of Star-forming and Quenched Populations in COSMOS
A. Faisst, C. Carollo, P. Capak et al., ApJ, 839, 71, April 2017

27. Revisiting the Lyman Continuum Escape Crisis: Predictions for z > 6 from Local Galaxies
A. Faisst, ApJ, 829, 99, October 2016

28. A Tight Relation between N/O Ratio and Galaxy Stellar Mass Can Explain the Evolution of Strong Emission Line Ratios with Redshift
D. Masters, A. Faisst & P. Capak, ApJ, 828, 18, September 2016

29. Rest-UV Absorption Lines as Metallicity Estimator: The Metal Content of Star-forming Galaxies at z ~ 5
A. Faisst, P. Capak, I. Davidzon et al., ApJ, 822, 29, May 2016

30. A Coherent Study of Emission Lines from Broadband Photometry: Specific Star Formation Rates and [O III]/Hβ Ratio at 3 > z > 6
A. Faisst, P. Capak, B. Hsieh et al., ApJ, 821, 122, April 2016

31. Dust Attenuation in High Redshift Galaxies: "Diamonds in the Sky"
N. Scoville, A. Faisst, P. Capak et al., ApJ, 800, 108, February 2015

32. Spectroscopic Observation of Lyα Emitters at z ~ 7.7 and Implications on Re-ionization
A. Faisst, P. Capak, C. Carollo et al., ApJ, 788, 87, June 2014



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