Hanna Gravitational Wave
Physics and Astronomy Group
Hanna Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Group
Discovering Black Holes and Neutron Stars with LIGO
Using LIGO as a tool of astronomical discovery.
CC* Team: Research Innovation with Scientists and Engineers (RISE)
Accelerating the pace of scientific discovery through computational research professionals across Penn State Campuses
Sub-solar Mass Black Holes as a Gravitational Wave Probe of the Hidden Universe
Constraint on dark matter in dark black holes using LIGO
Scalable CI for Early Warning Gravitational Wave Detections
Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
A Framework for Data Intensive Discovery in Multimessenger Astrophysics
Building tools to connect the world of multi-messenger observations
Collaborative Research: Community Planning for Scalable Cyberinfrastructure to Support Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
CAREER: Enabling multimessenger astrophysics with real-time gravitational wave detection
Artist's illustration of two merging neutron stars. Credit: NSF/LIGO/Sonoma State University/A. Simonnet.
Hearing the signal through the static: Real-time noise reduction in the hunt for binary black holes and other gravitational wave transients
iDQ statistical data quality engine for the LIGO gravitational-wave observatories. Credit: Reed Essick
Reducing selection bias in gravitational wave detection of compact binary mergers
Constraints on the fraction of dark matter composed of primordial black holes. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 231103 (2018)]
Data Handling and Analysis Infrastructure for Advanced LIGO and Beyond
Developing and operating advanced LIGO CyberInfrastructure
Compact Binary Coalescence (CBC) Low-Latency Scientific Optimization Lead
Optimizing real-time search software to scale to advanced LIGO computing.