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Fahy S, Reis DA.  2004.  Coherent phonons: Electronic softening or anharmonicity? Physical review letters. 93:109701.
Henighan T, Trigo M, Chollet M, Clark JN, Fahy S, Glownia JM, Jiang MP, Kozina M, Liu H, Song S et al..  2016.  Control of two-phonon correlations and the mechanism of high-wavevector phonon generation by ultrafast light pulses. Physical Review B. 94:020302.
Trigo M, Fuchs M, Chen J, Jiang MP, Kozina ME, Ndabashimiye G, Cammarata M, Chien G, Fahy S, Fritz DM et al..  2013.  Direct measurement of time-dependent density-density correlations in a solid through the acoustic analog of the dynamical Casimir effect. arXiv preprint arXiv:1301.3503.
Murray ED, Fahy S, Prendergast D, Ogitsu T, Fritz DM, Reis DA.  2007.  Dynamics, dynamical systems, lattice effects, quantum solids-Phonon dispersion relations and softening in photoexcited bismuth from first principles. Physical Review-Section B-Condensed Matter. 75:184301–184301.
Murray ED, Fritz DM, Wahlstrand JK, Fahy S, Reis DA.  2005.  Effect of lattice anharmonicity on high-amplitude phonon dynamics in photoexcited bismuth. Physical Review B. 72:060301.
Trigo M, Fuchs M, Chen J, Jiang MP, Cammarata M, Fahy S, Fritz DM, Gaffney KJ, Ghimire S, Higginbotham A et al..  2013.  Fourier-transform inelastic X-ray scattering from time-and momentum-dependent phonon-phonon correlations. Nature Physics.
Sheu YM, Chien YJ, Uher C, Fahy S, Reis DA.  2012.  Free-carrier relaxation and lattice heating in photoexcited bismuth thin films. arXiv preprint arXiv:1211.4042.
Sheu YM, Chien YJ, Uher C, Fahy S, Reis DA.  2013.  Free-carrier relaxation and lattice heating in photoexcited bismuth. Physical Review B. 87:075429.
Henighan T, Trigo M, Chollet M, Clark JN, Fahy S, Glownia JM, Jiang MP, Kozina M, Liu H, Song S et al..  2015.  How to distinguish squeezed and coherent phonons in femtosecond x-ray diffuse scattering. arXiv preprint arXiv:1510.02403.
Li JJ, Chen J, Reis DA, Fahy S, Merlin R.  2013.  Optical Probing of Ultrafast Electronic Decay in Bi and Sb with Slow Phonons. Physical Review Letters. 110:047401.
Jiang MP, Trigo M, Savić I, Fahy S, Murray ED, Bray C, Clark J, Henighan T, Kozina M, Chollet M et al..  2016.  The origin of incipient ferroelectricity in lead telluride. Nature Communications. 7
Murray ED, Fahy S, Prendergast D, Ogitsu T, Fritz DM, Reis DA.  2007.  Phonon dispersion relations and softening in photoexcited bismuth from first principles. Physical Review B. 75:184301.
Johnson SL, Beaud P, Vorobeva E, Milne CJ, Murray ED, Fahy S, Ingold G, Prendergast D, Ogitsu T, Fritz DM et al..  2010.  Phonon Frequency Shifts and Damping in Optically Excited Semiconductors. Acta Crystallogr. A. 66:157–167.
Jiang MP, Trigo M, Fahy S, Murray ED, Savić I, Bray C, Clark J, Henighan T, Kozina M, Chollet M et al..  2015.  Photoinduced suppression of the ferroelectric instability in PbTe. arXiv preprint arXiv:1511.03626.
Murray ED, Fritz DM, Wahlstrand JK, Fahy S, Reis DA.  2005.  RAPID COMMUNICATIONS-Dynamics, dynamical systems, lattice effects, quantum solids-Effect of lattice anharmonicity on high-amplitude phonon dynamics in photoexcited bismuth. Physical Review-Section B-Condensed Matter. 72:60301R.
Lings B, Wark JS, DeCamp MF, Reis DA, Fahy S.  2006.  Simulations of time-resolved x-ray diffraction in Laue geometry. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. 18:9231.
Fahy S, Lings B, Wark JS, DeCamp MF, Reis DA.  2006.  Simulations of time-resolved x-ray diffraction in Laue geometry.
Chen J, Trigo M, Fahy S, Murray ED, Sheu YM, Graber T, Henning R, Chien YJ, Uher C, Reis DA.  2013.  Time-and momentum-resolved probe of heat transport in photo-excited bismuth. Applied Physics Letters. 102:181903.
Fritz DM, Reis DA, Adams B, Akre RA, Arthur J, Blome C, Bucksbaum PH, Cavalieri AL, Engemann S, Fahy S et al..  2007.  Ultrafast bond softening in bismuth: Mapping a solid's interatomic potential with X-rays. Science. 315:633–636.