*Publications in international refereed journals and books*

**Measurements of double-polarized Compton scattering asymmetries and extraction of the proton spin polarizabilities**

P.P. Martel*et al.*, Phys.Rev.Lett. 114 (2015) 112501.**Nucleon polarizabilities: from Compton scattering to hydrogen atom**

F. Hagelstein, R. Miskimen and V. Pascalutsa, Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys. 88 (2016) 29 [arXiv:1512.03765 [nucl-th]].**Evaluation of the forward Compton scattering off protons: II. Spin-dependent amplitude and observables**

O. Gryniuk, F. Hagelstein and V. Pascalutsa, Phys.Rev. D94 (2016) 034043 [arXiv:1604.00789 [nucl-th]].**Reply to “Comment on breakdown of the expansion of finite-size corrections to the hydrogen Lamb shift in moments of charge distribution”**F. Hagelstein and V. Pascalutsa, Phys.Rev. A93 (2016) 026502 [arXiv:1602.01978 [hep- ph]].

**Description of light nuclei in pionless effective field theory using the stochastic variational method**V. Lensky, M.C. Birse and N.R. Walet, Phys.Rev. C94 (2016) 034003 [arXiv:1605.03898 [nucl-th]].

**Determination of the scalar polarizabilities of the proton using beam asymmetry \(\Sigma_3\) in Compton scattering**

V. Sokhoyan*et al.*, Eur.Phys.J. A53 (2017) 14 [arXiv:1611.03769 [nucl-ex]].**Generalized polarizabilities of the nucleon in baryon chiral perturbation theory**

V. Lensky, V. Pascalutsa and M. Vanderhaeghen, Eur.Phys.J. C77, (2017) 119.**Spin-dependent sum rules connecting real and virtual Compton scattering verified**

V. Lensky, V. Pascalutsa, M. Vanderhaeghen and C. Kao, Phys.Rev. D 95, 074001 (2017).**A systematic study of octet-baryon electromagnetic form factors in covariant ChPT**

A. N. Hiller Blin, arXiv:1707.02255 [hep-ph], accepted for publication in Phys.Rev. D.

*Preprints and conference proceedings*

**Proton structure in the hyperfine splitting of muonic hydrogen**

F. Hagelstein and V. Pascalutsa, PoS CD 15, 077 (2016) [arXiv:1511.04301 [nucl-th]].**Compton scattering from 3He and 4He using an active target**

J. Annand, B. Strandberg, H. J. Arends, A. Thomas, E. Downie, D. Hornidge, M. Morris, V. Sokhoyan, PoS CD 15, 082 (2016). PhD Theses**Model-independent determination of proton polarizabilities from Compton scattering**

Nadiia Krupina, PhD Thesis, University of Mainz, defended April 2017.**Exciting nucleons in Compton scattering and hydrogen-like atoms**

Franziska Hagelstein, PhD Thesis, University of Mainz, defended July 2017 [arXiv:1710.00874 [nucl-th]].**Measurement of the generalized polarizabilities of the proton by virtual Compton scattering at MAMI and \(Q^2=0.2 GeV^2\)**

Loup Correa, Joint PhD Thesis, University of Mainz and Clermont-Fd, defended September 2016.**Probing proton structure through single polarization observables of Compton scattering and \(\pi^0\) photoproduction within the \(\Delta(1232)\) region**

Cristina Collicott, PhD Thesis, Dalhousie University, defended April 2015.**Spin polarizability of the proton using a polarized photon beam and a polarized butanol target at the Mainz Microtron**

Dilli Paudyal, PhD Thesis, Unversity of Regina, defended August 2017.

*Papers to be submitted before March 2018*

- PhD work of C. Collicott, Extraction of the Proton Spin Polarizabilities with the Photon Beam Asymmetry \(\Sigma_3\) in Compton scattering from the Proton in the Delta Region, to be submitted in November 2017 to Physics Letters B.
- PhD work of D. Paudyal, Spin Polarizabilities of the Proton using a Polarized Photon Beam and Polarized Butanol Target at the Mainz Microtron, to be submitted in February 2018 to Physical Review C.
- PhD work of N. Krupina will very soon be submitted for publication.
- PhD work of F. Hagelstein will result in a number of further publications.
- A. Blin, V. Lensky, V. Pascalutsa, in preparation.
- V. Lensky, F. Hagelstein, V. Pascalutsa and M. Vanderhaeghen, in preparation.