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h-index: 20 (ADS) / 22 (Google scholar)
Citations: 1329 (ADS) / 1562 (Google scholar)

Significant contributing author:

  1. Ranaivomanana P., Johnston C., et al., ‘Identifying and characterising the population of hot sub-luminous stars with multi-colour MeerLICHT data‘, A&A, accepted
  2. Van Reeth T., Johnston C., et al., ‘Tidally perturbed g-mode pulsations in a sample of close eclipsing binaries, A&A, in press
  3. Eisner N., Johnston C., et al., ‘Planet Hunters TESS IV: A massive, compact hierarchical triple star system TIC 470710327’, MNRAS,  vol. 511 (4), 4710E (2022)
  4. IJspeert L. W., Tkachenko A., Johnston C., et al., ‘An all-sky sample of intermediate- to high-mass OBA-type eclipsing binaries observed by TESS’, A&A, vol. 652, A120, 19 pp. (2021)
  5. Koen C., Johnston C., ‘Rotational Variation in the chemically peculiar B0 star 𝜃 Car as seen by TESS’, MNRAS, vol. 505 (1), 5725K (2021)
  6. Sekaran S., Tkachenko A., Johnston C., Aerts C., ‘A comparison of the dynamical and model-derived parameters of the pulsating eclipsing binary KIC9850387’, A&A, vol. 648, A91, 19 pp. (2021)
  7. Stassun K., Torres G., Johnston C., et al., ‘Discovery and Characterization of a Rare Magnetic Hybrid β-Cephei Slowly Pulsating B-type Star in an Eclipsing Binary in the Young Open Cluster NGC 6193’, AJ, vol. 910 (2), 133, 12 pp., (2021)
  8. Kochukhov O., Johnston C., et al., ‘V772 Cas: an ellipsoidal variable HgMn star in an eclipsing binary’, MNRAS, vol. 5000 (2), 2577 (2021)
  9. Tkachenko A., Pavlovski K., Johnston, C., et al., ‘The mass discrepancy in intermediate- and high-mass eclipsing binaries: the need for higher convective core masses’, A&A, Volume 637, id.A60, 20pp (2020)
  10. Shultz M.E., Johnston C., et al., ‘MOBSTER – III. HD62658: a magnetic Bp star in an eclipsing binary with a non-magnetic `identical twin’’, MNRAS, vol. 490 (3), 4154S (2019)
  11. Bowman D.M., Johnston C., et al., ‘Discovery of Tidally Perturbed Pulsations in the Eclipsing Binary U Gru: A Crucial System for Tidal Asteroseismology, ApJL, vol. 883 (1), L26 (2019)
  12. Sekaran S., Johnston C., et al., ‘Two’s a crowd? Characterising the effect of photometric contamination on the extraction of the global asteroseismic parameter 𝜈max in red-giant binaries, A&A, vol. 624, A140 (2019)
  13. Pedersen M.G., Chowdhury S., Johnston, C. et al.,  ‘Diverse Variability of O and B Stars Revealed from 2-minute Cadence Light Curves in Sectors 1 and 2 of the TESS Mission: Selection of an Asteroseismic Sample’, ApJL, vol. 872 (1), L9 (2019)
  14. Bowman D. M., Aerts C., Johnston C., et al., ‘Photometric detection of internal gravity waves in upper main-sequence stars. I. Methodology and application to CoRoT targets’, A&A, vol. 621, A135 (2019)
  15. Kochukhov O., Johnston, C., et al., ‘HD66051: the first eclipsing binary hosting an early-type magnetic star’, MNRAS, vol. 478 (2), 1749K (2018)


  1. Hey D., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘Parameters of the eclipsing binary ∝ Draconis observed by TESS and SONG’, MNRAS, vol. 511 (2), 2648H (2022)
  2. Prša A., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘TESS Eclipsing Binary Stars. I. Short cadence observations of 4584 eclipsing binaries in Sectors 1-26’, ApJ SS, vol. 258 (1), 16 (2022)
  3. Audenaert J., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘TESS Data for Asteroseismology (T’DA) Stellar Variability Classification Pipeline: Setup and Application to the Kepler Q9 Data’, AJ, vol. 162 (5), 209, 25 pp. (2021)
  4. Eisner N.,…, Johnston C., et al., ‘Planet Hunters TESS II: Findings from the first two years of TESS, MNRAS, vol. 501 (1), 4669E (2021)
  5. Sekaran S., Tkachenko A., Abdul-Masih M., Prša A., Johnston C., et al., ‘Tango of celestial dancers: A sample of detached eclipsing binary systems containing g-mode pulsating components. A case study of KIC9850387, A&A, vol. 643, A162, 24 pp. (2020)
  6. Maxted P. F. L., Gaulme P., Graczyk D., Hełminiak K. G., Johnston C., et al., ‘The TESS light curve of AI Phoenicis’, MNRAS, vol. 498 (1), 332 (2020)
  7. Antoci V., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘The first view of δ Scuti and γ Doradus stars with the TESS mission’, MNRAS, vol. 490 (3), 4040 (2019)
  8. Escorza A., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘Barium and related stars, and their white-dwarf companions. II. Main-sequence and subgiant stars’, A&A, vol. 626, A128 (2019)
  9. Mombarg J.S.G., Van Reeth T., Pedersen M.G., Molenberghs G., Bowman D.M., Johnston, C., et al., ‘Asteroseismic masses, ages, and core properties of γ Doradus stars using gravito-inertial dipole modes and spectroscopy’, MNRAS, vol. 485 (3), 3248M (2019)
  10. Bowman D. M., Burssens S., Pedersen M.G., Johnston C., et al., ‘Low-frequency gravity waves in blue supergiants revealed by high-precision space photometry’, Nature Astronomy, vol. 3, 760B (2019)
  11. Aerts C., Pedersen M. G., Vermeyen E., Hendriks L., Johnston, C., et al, ‘Combined asteroseismology, spectroscopy, and astrometry of the CoRoT B2V target HD170580’, A&A, vol. 624, A75 (2019)
  12. Handler G.,…,  Johnston, C., et al.,  ‘Asteroseismology of Massive Stars with the TESS Mission: The Runaway β Cep Pulsator PHL 346 = HN Aqr, ApJL, vol. 873 (1), L4 (2019)
  13. Van Reeth T., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘Sensitivity of gravito-inertial modes to differential rotation in intermediate-mass main-sequence stars’, A&A, vol. 618, A24 (2018)
  14. Buysschaert B., Aerts C., Bowman D. M., Johnston C., et al., ‘Forward seismic modeling of the pulsating magnetic B-type star HD43317’, A&A, vol. 616, A148 (2018)
  15. Aerts C., Molenberghs G., Michielsen M., Pedersen M. G., Bjorklund R., Johnston C., et al., ‘Forward Asteroseismic Modeling of Stars with a Convective Core from Gravity-mode Oscillations: Parameter Estimation and Stellar Model Selection’, ApJS, vol. 237  (1), 15 (2018)
  16. Aerts C., Bowman D. M., Simon-Diaz, S., Buysschaert, B., Johnston, C., et al., ‘K2 photometry and HERMES spectroscopy of the blue supergiant ρ Leo: rotational wind modulation and low-frequency waves, MNRAS, vol. 476 (1), 1234 (2018)
  17. Beck P. G., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘Seismic probing of the first dredge-up event through the eccentric red-giant and red-giant spectroscopic binary KIC 9163796. How different are red-giant stars with a mass ratio of 1.015?, A&A, vol. 612, A22 (2018)
  18. Abdul-Masih M., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars. VIII. Identification of False Positive Eclipsing Binaries and Re-extraction of New Light Curves, AJ, vol. 151 (4), 101 (2016)
  19. Kirk B., …, Johnston C., et al., ‘Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars. VII. The Catalog of Eclipsing Binaries Found in the Entire Kepler Data Set’, AJ, vol. 151 (3), 68 (2016)

Public data

  1. Grid of isochrone-clouds with variable internal mixing efficiencies