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Peer-reviewed publications in the last five years.  Due to the multi-author publications in subatomic physics, only the lead author is indicated on publications with more than 10 authors.  The numbering corresponds to my Curriculum Vitae.

108) H. Al Ghoul et al., Measurement of the beam asymmetry Sigma for pi0 and eta photoproduction on the proton at E_gamma= 9 GeV, Phys.Rev. C95 (2017) no.4, 042201.

107) V. Tvaskis et al., Measurements of the Separated Longitudinal Structure Function F_L from Hydrogen and Deuterium Targets at Low Q^2arXiv:1606.02614 [nucl-ex] (2016) 1-11.

106) The GlueX Collaboration, First Results from the GlueX Experiment, arXiv:1512.03699 [nucl-ex] (2015) 1-8.

105) T. Beattie, G.J. Lolos, {\bf Z. Papandreou}, A.Yu. Semenov, L.A. Teigrob, Methodology for the Determination of the Photon Detection Efficiency of large-area Multi-Pixel Photon Counters, IEEE Transactions of Nuclear Science, Vol. 62, No. 4, (2015) 1865-1872.

104) M. Dugger et al., A study of decays to strange final states with GlueX in Hall D using components of the BaBar DIRC, arXiv:1408.0215 [physics.ins-det] (August 2014).

103) T.D. Beattie et al., Light yield of Kuraray SCSF-78MJ scintillating fibers for the Gluex barrel calorimeter,  Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 767 (2014) 245-251.

102) E.G. Anassontzis et al., Relative Gain Monitoring of the GlueX Calorimeters, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 738 (2014) 41-49.

101) A.E. Baulin et al., Attenuation length and spectral response of Kuraray SCSF-78MJ scintillating fibres, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 715 (2013) 48-55.

100) GlueX Collaboration, An initial study of mesons and baryons containing strange quarks with GlueX (A proposal to the 40th Jefferson Lab Program Advisory Committee), 20pp., arXiv:1305.1523 [hep-ex] (May 2013); also available as GlueX-doc-2198 and JLAB-PHY-12-1725.

99) GlueX Collaboration, A study of meson and baryon decays to strange final states with GlueX in Hall D (A proposal to the 39th Jefferson Lab Program Advisory Committee), 20pp., arXiv:1210.4508 [hep-ex] (October 2012); also available as GlueX-doc-1871 and JLAB-PHY-12-1632.

98) Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, H.~Fonvieille et al., Virtual Compton Scattering and the Generalized Polarizabilities of the Proton at Q2=0.92 and 1.76 GeV^2, Phys. Rev. C 86, 015210 (2012); also available from arXiv:1205.3387 [nucl-ex].