- Caroline’s paper covered by Scientific American
Is Time Travel Possible?
The laws of physics allow time travel. So why haven’t people become chronological hoppers?
- Gaurav’s new paper on Aretakis charges in Kerr
Aretakis Hair for Extreme Kerr Black Holes with Axisymmetric Scalar Perturbations
Lior M. Burko, Gaurav Khanna, Subir Sabharwal
- Michael Puerrer publishes new pySEOBNR model with Max Planck collaborators
pySEOBNR: a software package for the next generation of effective-one-body multipolar waveform models
Deyan P. Mihaylov, Serguei Ossokine, Alessandra Buonanno, Hector Estelles, Lorenzo Pompili, Michael Pürrer, Antoni Ramos-Buades
Laying the foundation of the effective-one-body waveform models SEOBNRv5: improved accuracy and efficiency for spinning non-precessing binary black holes
Lorenzo Pompili, Alessandra Buonanno, Héctor Estellés, Mohammed Khalil, Maarten van de Meent, Deyan P. Mihaylov, Serguei Ossokine, Michael Pürrer, Antoni Ramos-Buades, Ajit Kumar Mehta, Roberto Cotesta, Sylvain Marsat, Michael Boyle, Lawrence E. Kidder, Harald P. Pfeiffer, Mark A. Scheel, Hannes R. Rüter, Nils Vu, Reetika Dudi, Sizheng Ma, Keefe Mitman, Denyz Melchor, Sierra Thomas, Jennifer Sanchez
- Bob’s Supernova Research Featured in Quanta
Here is a Quanta story featuring the research of former and current UMass Dartmouth graduate students Niranjan Roy, Vishal Tiwari, Daniel Kosakowski, and Dr. Rahul Kashyap:
The results featured were published in an Astrophysical Journal Letter earlier this year with Niranjan as lead author and the other current and former students as co-authors along with collaborators in Israel, the UK, and Spain.
- Sarah’s new paper on template banks for novel compact binaries
Gravitational-wave template banks for novel compact binaries
Stefano Schmidt, Bhooshan Gadre, Sarah Caudill
- Tousif’s new paper on black hole remnant properties and impact on perturbation theory waveform models
Remnant black hole properties from numerical-relativity-informed perturbation theory and implications for waveform modelling
Tousif Islam, Scott E. Field, Gaurav Khanna
Preprint: arXiv:2301.07215 (2023)
- Ritesh’s new paper on angular momentum in black hole binaries
Ritesh just posted his new paper on angular momentum in black hole binaries on the arXiv. The paper is collaborative work with Prof. Richard Price at MIT.
Angular Momentum for Black Hole Binaries in Numerical Relativity
Ritesh Bachhar, Richard Price, Gaurav Khanna
Preprint: arXiv:2301.01185 (2023)
- Sarah’s paper on a new template bank for CBCs
Template bank for compact binary mergers in the fourth observing run of Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo, and KAGRA
Shio Sakon, Leo Tsukada, Heather Fong, Chad Hanna, James Kennington, Shomik Adhicary, Kipp Cannon, Sarah Caudill, Bryce Cousins, Jolien D. E. Creighton, Becca Ewing, Patrick Godwin, Yun-Jing Huang, Rachael Huxford, Prathamesh Joshi, Ryan Magee, Cody Messick, Soichiro Morisaki, Debnandini Mukherjee, Wanting Niu, Alex Pace, Cort Posnansky, Surabhi Sachdev, Divya Singh, Ron Tapia , et al.
Preprint arXiv:2211.16674 (2022)
- Michael’s paper on adapting inference to changes in detector noise
Adapting to noise distribution shifts in flow-based gravitational-wave inference
Jonas Wildberger, Maximilian Dax, Stephen R. Green, Jonathan Gair, Michael Pürrer, Jakob H. Macke, Alessandra Buonanno, Bernhard Schölkopf
Preprint: arXiv:2211.08801 (2022)
- Collin’s paper on validation of the detection of a sub-dominant quasi-normal mode in GW190521
Statistical validation of the detection of a sub-dominant quasi-normal mode in GW190521
Collin D. Capano, Jahed Abedi, Shilpa Kastha, Alexander H. Nitz, Julian Westerweck, Yi-Fan Wang, Miriam Cabero, Alex B. Nielsen, Badri Krishnan
Preprint arXiv:2209.00640 (2022)