Clément Baruteau

   CNRS researcher
   IRAP, University of Toulouse


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Submitted manuscripts

[42] Cm-wavelength observations of MWC758: resolved dust trapping in a vortex and intra-cavity signal
Casassus, Marino, Lyra, Vidal, Wootten, Baruteau, Perez, Alarcon, Barraza, Carcamo, Dong, Zhu, Ricci, Christiaens & Cieza
Submitted to MNRAS (astro-ph)

[41] Long-lasting dust rings in gas-rich disks: sculpting by single and multiple planets
Meru, Quanz, Reggiani, Baruteau & Pineda
Submitted to ApJ, in revision (astro-ph)

Refereed articles and book chapters

[40] How much does turbulence change the pebble isolation mass for planet formation?
Ataiee, Baruteau, Alibert & Benz
2018, accepted for publication in A&A (astro-ph)

[39] Probing the cold dust emission in the AB Aur disk: A dust trap in a decaying vortex?
Fuente, Baruteau, Neri, Carmona, Agúndez, Goicoechea, Bachiller, Cernicharo & Berné
2017, ApJ Letters, 846, L3-8 (astro-ph)

[38] A hot Jupiter around the very active weak-line T Tauri star TAP 26
Yu, Donati, Hébrard, Moutou, Malo, Grankin, Hussain, Collier Cameron, Vidotto, Baruteau, Alencar, Bouvier, Petit, Takami, Herczeg, Gregory, Jardine, Morin & Ménard
2017, MNRAS, 467, 1342-1359 (astro-ph)

[37] A gas density drop in the inner 6 AU of the transition disk around the Herbig Ae star HD 139614: Further evidence for a giant planet inside the disk?
Carmona, Thi, Kamp, Baruteau, Matter, van den Ancker, Pinte, Kóspál, Audard, Liebhart, Sicilia-Aguilar, Pinilla, Regály, Güdel, Henning, Cieza, Baldovin-Saavedra, Meeus & Eiroa
2017, A&A, 598, 118-146 (astro-ph)

[36] A hot Jupiter orbiting a 2-Myr-old solar-mass T Tauri star
Donati, Moutou, Malo, Baruteau, Yu, Hébrard, Hussain, Alencar, Ménard, Bouvier, Petit, Takami, Doyon & Collier Cameron
2016, Nature, 534, 662-666 (astro-ph)

[35] Gravito-inertial waves in a differentially rotating spherical shell
Mirouh, Baruteau, Rieutord & Ballot
2016, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 800, 213-247 (astro-ph)

[34] Formation, Orbital and Internal Evolutions of Young Planetary Systems
Baruteau, Bai, Mordasini & Mollière
2016 in The Disk in Relation to the Formation of Planets and their Proto-atmospheres (Springer) & Space Science Reviews, 205, 77-124 (astro-ph)

[33] Modelling circumbinary protoplanetary disks: II. Gas disk feedback on planetesimal dynamical and collisional evolution in the circumbinary systems Kepler-16 and 34
Lines, Leinhardt, Baruteau, Paardekooper & Carter
2016, A&A, 590, A62-73 (astro-ph)

[32] High spatial resolution imaging of SO and H2CO in AB Auriga: the first SO image in a transitional disk
Pacheco-Vázquez, Fuente, Baruteau, Berné, Agúndez, Neri, Goicoechea, Cernicharo & Bachiller
2016, A&A, 589, 60-70 (astro-ph)

[31] Tidal inertial waves in the differentially rotating convective envelopes of low-mass stars — I. Free oscillation modes
Guenel, Baruteau, Mathis & Rieutord
2016, A&A, 589, 22-38 (astro-ph)

[30] Gas and dust hydrodynamical simulations of massive lopsided transition discs — II. Dust concentration
Baruteau & Zhu
2016, MNRAS, 458, 3927-3941 (astro-ph)

[29] Gas and dust hydrodynamical simulations of massive lopsided transition discs — I. Gas distribution
Zhu & Baruteau
2016, MNRAS, 458, 3918-3926 (astro-ph)

[28] Modelling circumbinary protoplanetary disks: I. Fluid simulations of the Kepler-16 and 34 systems
Lines, Leinhardt, Baruteau, Paardekooper & Carter
2015, A&A, 582, 5-16 (astro-ph)

[27] Very Large Telescope observations of Gomez’s Hamburger: Insights into a young protoplanet candidate
Berné, Fuente, Pantin, Bujarrabal, Baruteau, Pilleri, Habart, Ménard, Cernicharo, Tielens & Joblin
2015, A&A Letters, 578, 8-13 (astro-ph)

[26] Protoplanetary disks including radiative feedback from accreting planets
Montesinos, Cuadra, Perez, Baruteau & Casassus
2015, ApJ, 806, 253-264 (astro-ph)

[25] Forming Circumbinary Planets: N-body Simulations of Kepler-34
Lines, Leinhardt, Paardekooper, Baruteau & Thébault
2014, ApJ Letters, 782, L11-16 (astro-ph)

[24] Nonlinear evolution of tidally forced inertial waves in rotating fluid bodies
Favier, Barker, Baruteau & Ogilvie
2014, MNRAS, 439, 845-860 (astro-ph)

[23] Planet-disc interactions and early evolution of planetary systems
Baruteau, Crida, Paardekooper, Masset, Guilet, Bitsch, Nelson, Kley & Papaloizou
2014, Protostars and Planets VI (University of Arizona Press), 914, 667-689 (astro-ph)

[22] Disk-planets interactions and the diversity of period ratios in Kepler’s multi-planetary systems
Baruteau & Papaloizou
2013, ApJ, 778, 7-21 (astro-ph)

[21] Influence of the circumbinary disk gravity on planetesimal accumulation in the Kepler 16 system
Marzari, Thébault, Scholl, Picogna & Baruteau
2013, A&A, 553, A71-79 (astro-ph)

[20] Type I planet migration in weakly magnetised laminar discs
Guilet, Baruteau & Papaloizou
2013, MNRAS, 430, 1764-1783 (astro-ph)

[19] Recent developments in planet migration theory
Baruteau & Masset
2013, Tidal effects in Astronomy and Astrophysics (Springer) & Lecture Notes in Physics, 861, 201-253 (astro-ph)

[18] Inertial waves in a differentially rotating spherical shell
Baruteau & Rieutord
2013, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 719, 47-81 (astro-ph)

[17] Protoplanetary migration in non-isothermal discs with turbulence driven by stochastic forcing
Pierens, Baruteau & Hersant
2012, MNRAS, 427, 1562-1573 (astro-ph)

[16] How not to build Tatooine: the difficulty of in situ formation of circumbinary planets Kepler 16b, Kepler 34b and Kepler 35b
Paardekooper, Leinhardt, Thébault & Baruteau
2012, ApJ Letters, 754, L16-20 (astro-ph)

[15] No slow-plough mechanism during the rapid hardening of supermassive black hole binaries
Baruteau, Ramirez-Ruiz & Masset
2012, MNRAS Letters, 423, L65-69 (astro-ph)

[14] Eccentricity of radiative discs in close binary-star systems
Marzari, Baruteau, Scholl & Thébault
2012,A&A, 539, A98-110 (astro-ph)

[13] Corotation torques experienced by planets embedded in weakly magnetized turbulent discs
Baruteau, Fromang, Nelson & Masset
2011, A&A, 533, A84-99 (astro-ph)

[12] Numerical convergence in self-gravitating disc simulations: initial conditions and edge effects
Paardekooper, Baruteau & Meru
2011, MNRAS Letters, 416, L65-69 (astro-ph)

[11] Rapid inward migration of planets formed by gravitational instability
Baruteau, Meru & Paardekooper
2011, MNRAS, 416, 1971-1982 (astro-ph)

[10] On the dynamics of resonant super-Earths in disks with turbulence driven by stochastic forcing
Pierens, Baruteau & Hersant
2011, A&A, 535, A5-16 (astro-ph)

[9] Binaries migrating in a gaseous disk: Where are the Galactic center binaries?
Baruteau, Cuadra & Lin
2011, ApJ, 726, 28-46 (astro-ph)

[8] A torque formula for non-isothermal Type I planetary migration - II. Effects of diffusion
Paardekooper, Baruteau, & Kley
2011, MNRAS, 410, 293-303 (astro-ph)

[7] Planet—planet scattering in circumstellar gas disks
Marzari, Baruteau & Scholl
2010, A&A Letters, 514, L4-6 (astro-ph)

[6] Protoplanetary migration in turbulent isothermal disks
Baruteau & Lin
2010, ApJ, 709, 759-773 (astro-ph)

[5] A torque formula for non-isothermal Type I planetary migration - I. Unsaturated horseshoe drag
Paardekooper, Baruteau, Crida & Kley
2010, MNRAS, 401, 1950-1964 (astro-ph)

[4] On the eccentricity of self-gravitating circumstellar disks in eccentric binary systems
Marzari, Scholl, Thébault & Baruteau
2009, A&A, 508, 1493-1502 (astro-ph)

[3] The dynamical role of the circumplanetary disc in planetary migration
Crida, Baruteau, Kley & Masset
2009, A&A, 502, 679-693 (astro-ph)

[2] Type I planetary migration in a self-gravitating disk
Baruteau & Masset
2008 ApJ, 678, 483-497 (astro-ph)

[1] On the corotation torque in a radiatively inefficient disk
Baruteau & Masset
2008, ApJ, 672, 1054-1067 (astro-ph)

PhD manuscript

Toward predictive scenarios of planetary migration
Baruteau, C. (PhD advisor: F. Masset)
2008, 199 pages