LOFAR Surveys KSP publications, and other papers using surveys data, are given in the table below or can be viewed directly in ADS. Key papers describing the survey are highlighted.

Paper #AuthorsTitlePublication date
Botteon, A. et alNonthermal phenomena in the center of Abell 1775. An 800 kpc head-tail, revived fossil plasma and slingshot radio halo2021-05
Sabater, J. et alThe LOFAR Two-meter Sky Survey: Deep Fields Data Release 1. II. The ELAIS-N1 LOFAR deep field2021-04
Wang, L. et alThe bright end of the infrared luminosity functions and the abundance of hyperluminous infrared galaxies2021-04
Herrera Ruiz, N. et alLOFAR Deep Fields: probing a broader population of polarized radio galaxies in ELAIS-N12021-04
Callingham, J. R. et alLow-frequency monitoring of flare star binary CR Draconis: long-term electron-cyclotron maser emission2021-04
Ramasawmy, J. et alLow-frequency radio spectra of submillimetre galaxies in the Lockman Hole2021-04
Kondapally, R. et alThe LOFAR Two-meter Sky Survey: Deep Fields Data Release 1. III. Host-galaxy identifications and value added catalogues2021-04
Gloudemans, A. J. et alLOFAR properties of SILVERRUSH Lyα emitter candidates in the ELAIS-N1 field2021-04
de Gasperin, F. et alThe LOFAR LBA Sky Survey. I. Survey description and preliminary data release2021-04
Morganti, R. et alThe best of both worlds: Combining LOFAR and Apertif to derive resolved radio spectral index images2021-04
McKean, J. P. et alGravitational lensing in LoTSS DR2 - Extremely faint 144-MHz radio emission from two highly magnified quasars2021-04
Duncan, K. J. et alThe LOFAR Two-meter Sky Survey: Deep Fields Data Release 1. IV. Photometric redshifts and stellar masses2021-04
Hardcastle, M. J. et alThe contribution of discrete sources to the sky temperature at 144 MHz2021-04
Mandal, S. et alExtremely deep 150 MHz source counts from the LoTSS Deep Fields2021-04
Osinga, E. et alDiffuse radio emission from galaxy clusters in the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey Deep Fields2021-04
Roberts, I. D. et alLoTSS jellyfish galaxies: I. Radio tails in low redshift clusters2021-04
Smith, D. J. B. et alThe LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey Deep Fields. The star-formation rate-radio luminosity relation at low frequencies2021-04
Tasse, C. et alThe LOFAR Two-meter Sky Survey: Deep Fields Data Release 1. I. Direction-dependent calibration and imaging2021-04
Mahatma, V. H. et alA low-frequency study of linear polarization in radio galaxies2021-03
Bruno, L. et alThe LOFAR and JVLA view of the distant steep spectrum radio halo in MACS J1149.5+22232021-03
Wolf, J. et alFirst constraints on the AGN X-ray luminosity function at z 6 from an eROSITA-detected quasar2021-03
Ghirardini, V. et alDiscovery of a supercluster in the eROSITA Final Equatorial Depth Survey: X-ray properties, radio halo, and double relics2021-03
Hoang, D. N. et alLOFAR detection of a low-power radio halo in the galaxy cluster Abell 9902021-02
Jimenez-Gallardo, A. et alExtended X-Ray Emission around FR II Radio Galaxies: Hot Spots, Lobes, and Galaxy Clusters2021-02
Rajpurohit, K. et alPhysical insights from the spectrum of the radio halo in MACS J0717.5+37452021-02
Hutschenreuter, Sebastian et alThe Galactic Faraday rotation sky 20202021-02
Bonafede, A. et alThe Coma Cluster at LOw Frequency ARray Frequencies. I. Insights into Particle Acceleration Mechanisms in the Radio Bridge2021-01
Locatelli, Nicola et alNew constraints on the magnetic field in filaments of the cosmic web2021-01
Di Gennaro, Gabriella et alFast magnetic field amplification in distant galaxy clusters2021
Webster, B. et alA population of galaxy-scale jets discovered using LOFAR2021-01
Mostert, Rafaël I. J. et alUnveiling the rarest morphologies of the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey radio source population with self-organised maps2021-01
Botteon, A. et alA giant radio bridge connecting two galaxy clusters in Abell 17582020-12
Zheng, X. C. et alLink between radio-loud AGNs and host-galaxy shape2020-12
Rożko, K. et alThe Significance of Low-frequency Interferometric Observations for the GPS Pulsar Flux Estimation: The Case of J1740+10002020-11
Siewert, T. M. et alOne- and two-point source statistics from the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey first data release2020-11
Ignesti, A. et alThe great Kite in the sky: A LOFAR observation of the radio source in Abell 26262020-11
Vedantham, H. K. et alDirect Radio Discovery of a Cold Brown Dwarf2020-11
van Weeren, R. J. et alLOFAR observations of galaxy clusters in HETDEX2020-11
de Gasperin, F. et alReaching thermal noise at ultra-low radio frequencies. Toothbrush radio relic downstream of the shock front2020-10
Osinga, E. et alAlignment in the orientation of LOFAR radio sources2020-10
Capetti, A. et alThe LOFAR view of FR 0 radio galaxies2020-10
Hoeft, M. et alAbell 1430: A merging cluster with exceptional diffuse radio emission2020-10
Vollmann, Martin et alRadio constraints on dark matter annihilation in Canes Venatici I with LOFAR2020-08
Bîrzan, L. et alLOFAR observations of X-ray cavity systems2020-08
Morabito, L. K. et alThe origin of radio emission in broad absorption line quasars: Results from the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey (Corrigendum)2020-08
Shabala, Stanislav S. et alThe duty cycle of radio galaxies revealed by LOFAR: remnant and restarted radio source populations in the Lockman Hole2020-08
Botteon, A. et alThe Beautiful Mess in Abell 22552020-07
O'Sullivan, S. P. et alNew constraints on the magnetization of the cosmic web using LOFAR Faraday rotation observations2020-07
Locatelli, Nicola T. et alDiscovering the most elusive radio relic in the sky: diffuse shock acceleration caught in the act?2020-07
Cantwell, T. M. et alLow-frequency observations of the giant radio galaxy NGC 62512020-06
Broderick, J. W. et alLOFAR 144-MHz follow-up observations of GW1708172020-06
Brienza, M. et alRadio spectral properties and jet duty cycle in the restarted radio galaxy 3C3882020-06
Jurlin, N. et alThe life cycle of radio galaxies in the LOFAR Lockman Hole field2020-06
Rosario, D. J. et alFundamental differences in the radio properties of red and blue quasars: insight from the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey (LoTSS)2020-05
Retana-Montenegro, E. et alThe optical luminosity function of LOFAR radio-selected quasars at 1.4 ≤ z ≤ 5.0 in the NDWFS-Boötes field2020-04
Fan, Xu-Liang et alRevisiting the Fraction of Radio-Loud Narrow Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies with LoTSS DR12020-03
Dabhade, P. et alGiant radio galaxies in the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. I. Radio and environmental properties2020-03
Vedantham, H. K. et alCoherent radio emission from a quiescent red dwarf indicative of star-planet interaction2020-02
Chiao, May et alLoTSS of giants2020-02
Mandal, S. et alRevived fossil plasma sources in galaxy clusters2020-02
Quiroga-Nuñez, L. H. et alDifferences in radio emission from similar M dwarfs in the binary system Ross 867-82020-01
Arias, Maria et alLow-frequency Radio Absorption in Tycho’s Supernova Remnant2019-12
Clavico, S. et alGrowth and disruption in the Lyra complex2019-12
Wang, L. et alA LOFAR-IRAS cross-match study: the far-infrared radio correlation and the 150 MHz luminosity as a star-formation rate tracer2019-11
Drabent, A. et alRealising the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey -- using the supercomputer JUWELS at the Forschungszentrum Jülich2019-10
Botteon, A. et alParticle acceleration in a nearby galaxy cluster pair: the role of cluster dynamics2019-10
Mechev, A. P. et alBuilding LOFAR as a Service2019-10
Hardcastle, M. J. et alNGC 326: X-shaped no more2019-09
Mingo, B. et alRevisiting the Fanaroff-Riley dichotomy and radio-galaxy morphology with the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey (LoTSS)2019-09
Shulevski, A. et alFirst look at the giant radio galaxy 3C 236 with LOFAR2019-08
Cassano, R. et alLOFAR Discovery of a Radio Halo in the High-redshift Galaxy Cluster PSZ2 G099.86+58.452019-08
Bîrzan, L. et alA massive cluster at z = 0.288 caught in the process of formation: The case of Abell 9592019-08
Mechev, A. P. et alScalability model for the LOFAR direction independent pipeline2019-07
Clarke, A. O. et alSignatures from a merging galaxy cluster and its AGN population: LOFAR observations of Abell 16822019-07
Gu, Liyi et alObservations of a pre-merger shock in colliding clusters of galaxies2019-06
Thwala, S. A. et alThe study of extended emission in a radio galaxy detected in the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey2019-05
Van Eck, C. L. et alDiffuse polarized emission in the LOFAR Two-meter Sky Survey2019-03
Callingham, J. R. et alLoTSS-HETDEX and Gaia: Blind Search for Radio Emission from Stellar Systems Dominated by False Positives2019-02
Croston, J. H. et alThe environments of radio-loud AGN from the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey (LoTSS)2019-02
Hale, C. L. et alLOFAR observations of the XMM-LSS field2019-02
Mooney, S. et alBlazars in the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey first data release2019-02
Wilber, A. et alEvolutionary phases of merging clusters as seen by LOFAR2019-02
Gürkan, Gülay et alLoTSS/HETDEX: Optical quasars. I. Low-frequency radio properties of optically selected quasars2019-02
Hoang, D. N. et alRadio observations of the merging galaxy cluster Abell 5202019-02
Savini, F. et alA LOFAR study of non-merging massive galaxy clusters2019-02
Botteon, A. et alThe spectacular cluster chain Abell 781 as observed with LOFAR, GMRT, and XMM-Newton2019-02
Morabito, L. K. et alThe origin of radio emission in broad absorption line quasars: Results from the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey2019-02
Hoang, D. N. et alCharacterizing the radio emission from the binary galaxy cluster merger Abell 21462019-02
Mahatma, V. H. et alLoTSS DR1: Double-double radio galaxies in the HETDEX field2019-02
Emig, K. L. et alThe first detection of radio recombination lines at cosmological distances2019-02
Nikiel-Wroczyński, B. et alExploring the properties of low-frequency radio emission and magnetic fields in a sample of compact galaxy groups using the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey (LoTSS)2019-02
Sabater, J. et alThe LoTSS view of radio AGN in the local Universe. The most massive galaxies are always switched on2019-02
Mandal, S. et alUltra-steep spectrum emission in the merging galaxy cluster Abell 19142019-02
Stacey, H. R. et alLoTSS/HETDEX: Disentangling star formation and AGN activity in gravitationally lensed radio-quiet quasars2019-02
O'Sullivan, S. P. et alThe intergalactic magnetic field probed by a giant radio galaxy2019-02
LoTSS DR1 IVDuncan, K. J. et alThe LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. IV. First Data Release: Photometric redshifts and rest-frame magnitudes2019-02
de Gasperin, F. et alSystematic effects in LOFAR data: A unified calibration strategy2019-02
Heesen, V. et alCalibrating the relation of low-frequency radio continuum to star formation rate at 1 kpc scale with LOFAR2019-02
LoTSS DR1 IIIWilliams, W. L. et alThe LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. III. First data release: Optical/infrared identifications and value-added catalogue2019-02
LoTSS DR1 IIShimwell, T. W. et alThe LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. II. First data release2019-02
Miskolczi, A. et alCHANG-ES XII. A LOFAR and VLA view of the edge-on star-forming galaxy NGC 35562019-02
Hardcastle, M. J. et alRadio-loud AGN in the first LoTSS data release. The lifetimes and environmental impact of jet-driven sources2019-02
Retana-Montenegro, E. et alDeep LOFAR 150 MHz imaging of the Boötes field: Unveiling the faint low-frequency sky2018-12
Read, S. C. et alThe Far-Infrared Radio Correlation at low radio frequency with LOFAR/H-ATLAS2018-11
O'Sullivan, Shane et alUntangling Cosmic Magnetic Fields: Faraday Tomography at Metre Wavelengths with LOFAR2018-11
Tan, C. M. et alLOFAR Discovery of a 23.5 s Radio Pulsar2018-10
Savini, F. et alFirst evidence of diffuse ultra-steep-spectrum radio emission surrounding the cool core of a cluster2018-08
Mechev, A. P. et alFast and Reproducible LOFAR Workflows with AGLOW2018-08
Bonafede, A. et alLOFAR discoveryof radio emission in MACS J0717.5+37452018-08
Hoang, D. N. et alRadio observations of the double-relic galaxy cluster Abell 12402018-08
Botteon, A. et alLOFAR discovery of a double radio halo system in Abell 1758 and radio/X-ray study of the cluster pair2018-07
Brüggen, M. et alDiscovery of large-scale diffuse radio emission in low-mass galaxy cluster Abell 19312018-07
Van Eck, C. L. et alPolarized point sources in the LOFAR Two-meter Sky Survey: A preliminary catalog2018-06
Wilber, A. et alSearch for low-frequency diffuse radio emission around a shock in the massive galaxy cluster MACS J0744.9+39272018-05
Mahatma, V. H. et alRemnant radio-loud AGN in the Herschel-ATLAS field2018-04
Tasse, C. et alFaceting for direction-dependent spectral deconvolution2018-04
Williams, W. L. et alLOFAR-Boötes: properties of high- and low-excitation radio galaxies at 0.5 < z < 2.02018-04
Gürkan, G. et alLOFAR/H-ATLAS: the low-frequency radio luminosity-star formation rate relation2018-04
Savini, F. et alStudying the late evolution of a radio-loud AGN in a galaxy group with LOFAR2018-03
Heesen, V. et alLOFAR reveals the giant: a low-frequency radio continuum study of the outflow in the nearby FR I radio galaxy 3C 312018-03
Wilber, A. et alLOFAR discovery of an ultra-steep radio halo and giant head-tail radio galaxy in Abell 11322018-01
Brienza, M. et alSearch and modelling of remnant radio galaxies in the LOFAR Lockman Hole field2017-10
Hoang, D. N. et alDeep LOFAR observations of the merging galaxy cluster CIZA J2242.8+53012017-10
de Gasperin, Francesco et alGentle reenergization of electrons in merging galaxy clusters2017-10
Calistro Rivera, G. et alThe LOFAR window on star-forming galaxies and AGNs - curved radio SEDs and IR-radio correlation at 0<z<2.52017-08
Morabito, Leah K. et alInvestigating the unification of LOFAR-detected powerful AGN in the Boötes field2017-08
Venturi, T. et alThe two-component giant radio halo in the galaxy cluster Abell 21422017-07
Shulevski, A. et alRadiative age mapping of the remnant radio galaxy B2 0924+30: the LOFAR perspective2017-04
Mechev, A. et alAn Automated Scalable Framework for Distributing Radio Astronomy Processing Across Clusters and Clouds2017-03
LoTSS DR1 IShimwell, T. W. et alThe LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. I. Survey description and preliminary data release2017-02
Smith, D. J. B. et alThe WEAVE-LOFAR Survey2016-12
Mahony, E. K. et alThe Lockman Hole project: LOFAR observations and spectral index properties of low-frequency radio sources2016-12
Jackson, N. et alLBCS: The LOFAR Long-Baseline Calibrator Survey2016-11
Hardcastle, M. J. et alLOFAR/H-ATLAS: a deep low-frequency survey of the Herschel-ATLAS North Galactic Pole field2016-10
Morabito, Leah K. et alLOFAR VLBI studies at 55 MHz of 4C 43.15, a z = 2.4 radio galaxy2016-09
Varenius, E. et alSubarcsecond international LOFAR radio images of Arp 220 at 150 MHz. A kpc-scale star forming disk surrounding nuclei with shocked outflows2016-09
Akamatsu, H. et alSuzaku and XMM-Newton observations of the newly discovered early-stage cluster merger of 1E2216.0-0401 and 1E2215.7-04042016-09
Mulcahy, D. D. et alModelling the cosmic ray electron propagation in M 512016-08
Williams, W. L. et alLOFAR 150-MHz observations of the Boötes field: catalogue and source counts2016-08
Shimwell, T. W. et alA plethora of diffuse steep spectrum radio sources in Abell 2034 revealed by LOFAR2016-06
Harwood, Jeremy J. et alFR II radio galaxies at low frequencies - I. Morphology, magnetic field strength and energetics2016-06
van Weeren, R. J. et alLOFAR Facet Calibration2016-03
van Weeren, R. J. et alLOFAR, VLA, and Chandra Observations of the Toothbrush Galaxy Cluster2016-02
Stroe, Andra et alThe widest frequency radio relic spectra: observations from 150 MHz to 30 GHz2016-01
Shulevski, A. et alThe peculiar radio galaxy 4C 35.06: a case for recurrent AGN activity?2015-07
Moldón, J. et alThe LOFAR long baseline snapshot calibrator survey2015-02
Varenius, E. et alSubarcsecond international LOFAR radio images of the M82 nucleus at 118 MHz and 154 MHz2015-02
van Weeren, R. J. et alLOFAR Low-band Antenna Observations of the 3C 295 and Boötes Fields: Source Counts and Ultra-steep Spectrum Sources2014-10
Tasse, Cyril et alApplying Wirtinger derivatives to the radio interferometry calibration problem2014-10
Mulcahy, D. D. et alThe nature of the low-frequency emission of M 51. First observations of a nearby galaxy with LOFAR2014-08
Tasse, C. et alNonlinear Kalman filters for calibration in radio interferometry2014-06
van Haarlem, M. P. et alLOFAR: The LOw-Frequency ARray2013-08
Tasse, C. et alApplying full polarization A-Projection to very wide field of view instruments: An imager for LOFAR2013-05
de Gasperin, F. et alM 87 at metre wavelengths: the LOFAR picture2012-11
van Weeren, R. J. et alFirst LOFAR observations at very low frequencies of cluster-scale non-thermal emission: the case of Abell 22562012-07
Röttgering, Huub et alLOFAR and APERTIF Surveys of the Radio Sky: Probing Shocks and Magnetic Fields in Galaxy Clusters2011-12