My publications are listed below in reverse chronological order. You can also see these on arXiv, NASA ADS and Google Scholar.

As of 2015 I have have been an author of 37 publications and the lead author of 6 publications. The publications I’ve contributed to have received over 1200 citations (according to NASA ADS). I have a h-index of 13.


  1. Planck 2015 results. XXV. Diffuse low-frequency Galactic foregrounds
    Planck Collaboration, A&A (submitted), arXiv:1506.06660, NASA ADS
  2. Planck 2015 results. V. LFI calibration
    Planck Collaboration, A&A (submitted), arXiv:1505.08022, NASA ADS
  3. Planck 2015 results. II. Low Frequency Instrument data processing
    Planck Collaboration, A&A (submitted), arXiv:1502.01583, NASA ADS
    Collaboration paper. I calculated the colour correction coefficients.
  4. Planck 2015 results. I. Overview of products and scientific results
    Planck Collaboration, A&A (submitted), arXiv:1502.01582, NASA ADS
    Collaboration paper
  5. C-Band All-Sky Survey: A First Look at the Galaxy
    Irfan et al., MNRAS, 448, 3572, arXiv:1501.06069, NASA ADS
  6. SKA studies of in-situ synchrotron radiation from molecular clouds
    Dickinson et al., Proceedings “Advancing Astrophysics with the SKA”, arXiv:1501.00804


  1. SKA studies of nearby galaxies: star-formation, accretion processes and molecular gas across all environments
    Beswick et al., Proceedings “Advancing Astrophysics with the SKA”, arXiv:1412.5810
  2. Studies of Anomalous Microwave Emission with the SKA
    Dickinson et al., Proceedings “Advancing Astrophysics with the SKA”, arXiv:1412.5054
  3. Planck intermediate results. XXXI. Microwave survey of Galactic supernova remnants
    Planck Collaboration, A&A (accepted), arXiv:1409.5746
  4. Planck intermediate results. XXV. The Andromeda Galaxy as seen by Planck
    Planck Collaboration, A&A, 582, A28, arXiv:1407.5452
    I led this paper, and am the corresponding author.
  5. Planck intermediate results. XXIII. Galactic plane emission components derived from Planck with ancillary data
    Planck Collaboration, A&A, 580, A13, arXiv:1406.5093
  6. Planck intermediate results. XVIII. The millimetre and sub-millimetre emission from planetary nebulae
    Planck Collaboration, A&A, 573, A6, arXiv:1403.4723


  1. Planck intermediate results. XV. A study of anomalous microwave emission in Galactic clouds
    Planck Collaboration, A&A, 565, A103, arXiv:1309.1357
  2. A 20 GHz Bright Sample for Delta > 72 deg – II. Multi-frequency Follow-up
    Ricci et al., arXiv:1307.8380
  3. Planck intermediate results. XIV. Dust emission at millimetre wavelengths in the Galactic plane
    Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1307.6815
  4. Planck 2013 results. V. LFI calibration
    Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1303.5066
  5. Planck 2013 results. III. LFI systematic uncertainties
    Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1303.5064
  6. Planck 2013 results. II. The Low Frequency Instrument data processing
    Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1303.5063
  7. Planck 2013 results. I. Overview of products and scientific results
    Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1303.5062
  8. Planck intermediate results. XII: Diffuse Galactic components in the Gould Belt System
    Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1301.5839


  1. Template fitting of WMAP 7-year data: anomalous dust or flattening synchrotron emission?
    Peel et al., MNRAS, 424, 2676, arXiv:1112.0432
    I led this work, doing the template fits, analysis, and writing the paper.
  2. Sunyaev-Zel’dovich clusters in Millennium Gas simulations
    Kay et al., MNRAS, 442, 1999, arXiv:1112.3769
    Second author. 99% of this paper is Scott’s work; I helped with the analysis looking at the effects of overlapping clusters on the Y-M relationship.


  1. Blazar Compton efficiencies: Fermi, external photons and the Sequence
    Gupta et al., arXiv:1106.5172
    Third author. I provided general input, occasionally playing the devil’s advocate, and assisting with the paper’s instigation and direction.
    Also see: J A Gupta et al 2012 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 355 012015, NASA ADS
  2. Planck Early Results: New Light on Anomalous Microwave Emission from Spinning Dust Grains
    Planck Collaboration, A&A, 536, A20, arXiv:1101.2031
    I played a significant role in the creation of this paper, including leading the new regions section (coming up with the method of identifying the regions, looking through the candidates, and identifying those that made it into the paper), and working on the aperture photometry (the final flux densities for rho ophiuchi and M42 were assembled by me).
  3. Planck Early Results: The Planck View of Nearby Galaxies
    Planck Collaboration, A&A, 536, A16, arXiv:1101.2045
    I provided some input to this paper; originally, I was going to contribute a section to it, but this was spun off into a later paper.
  4. New constraints on the Polarization of Anomalous Microwave Emission in nearby molecular clouds
    Dickinson et al., MNRAS Letters, 418, L35, arXiv:1108.0308
    Second author. I worked on the aperture photometry software, the total intensity analysis for Perseus, and provided general input throughout.
  5. Sunyaev Zel’dovich observations of a statistically complete sample of galaxy clusters with OCRA-p
    Lancaster et al., MNRAS, 418, 1441, arXiv:1106.3766, NASA ADS
    Collaboration paper
  6. Physics on Wikipedia
    Poulter and Peel, Physics World, September 2011, p. 32-36
    Popular article (not peer reviewed), about Physics coverage on Wikipedia and ways that it can be improved. Accompanied by a blog post.
  7. Radio to infrared spectra of late-type galaxies with Planck and WMAP data
    Peel et al., MNRAS Letters, 416, 99, arXiv:1105.6336, NASA ADS
    I led this work, assembling the data, fitting the spectra and writing the paper.
  8. Statistical properties of polarized radio sources at high frequency and their impact on CMB polarization measurements
    Battye et al., MNRAS, 413, 132, arXiv:1003.5846, NASA ADS
    Third author. I worked on the simulations (sections 5 & 6), and provided some input on the rest of the paper. I also produced the final versions of the plots used throughout the paper.


  1. OCRA monitoring of V407 Cyg at 30GHz
    Peel et al., The Astronomer’s Telegram, #2905, NASA ADS
  2. Radio detection of V407 Cyg at 30GHz with OCRA-p on the Torun telescope
    Gawronski et al., The Astronomer’s Telegram, #2511, NASA ADS
  3. OCRA-p observations of the CRATES sources at 30 GHz
    Peel et al., MNRAS, 410, 2690, arXiv:1007.5242, NASA ADS
    Erratum: MNRAS, 415, 2974, August 2011, appended to the arXiv paper.
    I led the survey, the data reduction, and assembled the results.
  4. 30 GHz observations of sources in the VSA fields
    Gawronski et al., MNRAS, 406, 1853, arXiv:0909.1189, NASA ADS
    Second author and significant contributor. I wrote a data analysis pipeline to co-analyse the data in this paper, and I had a significant role in writing this paper.


  1. Simulations and Observations of the Microwave Universe
    Peel, PhD Thesis, University of Manchester, arXiv:1006.2760, NASA ADS, University of Manchester eScholar
    My PhD thesis
  2. Statistics of the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect power spectrum
    Peel et al., MNRAS, 397, 2189, arXiv:0903.5473, NASA ADS
    Lead author
  3. Survey of Planetary Nebulae at 30 GHz with OCRA-p
    Pazderska et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 498, 463, arXiv:0902.3945, NASA ADS
    Collaboration paper