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Hanna Gravitational Wave
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Hanna Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Group

Name: Reducing selection bias in gravitational wave detection of compact binary mergers
Source: Charles E. Kaufman Foundation (of the Pittsburgh Foundation) (KA2016-85224)
Dates: 10/1/2016 - 12/31/2018
Roles: Chad Hanna (PI)
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1. "Methods for the detection of gravitational waves from subsolar mass ultracompact binaries." Magee, Ryan, et al. Physical Review D. 98 10 103024 (2018)
2. "Search for subsolar-mass ultracompact binaries in Advanced LIGO’s first observing run." Abbott, BP, et al. Physical review letters. 121 23 231103 (2018)
3. "Search for tensor, vector, and scalar polarizations in the stochastic gravitational-wave background." Abbott, Benjamin P, et al. Physical review letters. 120 20 201102 (2018)
4. "Disentangling the potential dark matter origin of LIGO’s black holes." Magee, Ryan, Hanna, Chad. The Astrophysical Journal Letters. 845 2 L13 (2017)
5. "Estimating gravitational radiation from super-emitting compact binary systems." Hanna, Chad, Johnson, Matthew C, Lehner, Luis. Physical Review D. 95 12 124042 (2017)

1. Chad Hanna "Reducing Selection Biases in Gravitational Wave Searches for Neutron Stars and Black Holes" Charles E. Kaufman Foundation Symposium, The Pittsburgh Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA October 27, 2018 (Invited)
2. Chad Hanna "Could LIGO's black holes be primordial and what is an easy way to figure that out?" Quantum Black Holes in the Sky?, Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, ON, CA November 10, 2017 (Invited)
3. Chad Hanna "Figuring out the prompt emission physics of binary neutron star mergers: Challenges in data analysis and coordinated searches" Lights Sound Action, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada November 6, 2017 (Invited)