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Projects with GWOSC data

Some examples of projects using GWOSC data are shown on this page.

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Student Ashley Disbrow presents her work
at the 2014 American Astronomical Society
meeting in Washington, DC.

Student Emma Wadley created the installation art,
titled Void (2016), shown above. Her artist statement
includes this description: "I have used black
paper to represent fear through the colour
associated with death, shadows and the deepest
nights ... The addition of light creates an
eerie iridescence and the soundscape aims to
unnerve and intrigue through otherworldly noise
of Gravitational waves and the Mariana Trench."

Scientific Publications

Below are the fifty most recent publications citing GWOSC, as listed by INSPIRE HEP.
For a complete list, please query INSPIRE HEP.

1) Is GW190425 consistent with being a neutron star$-$black hole merger?

Ming-Zhe Han, Shao-Peng Tang, Yi-Ming Hu, et al.
arxiv:2001.07882 | INSPIRE

2) First search for r-mode gravitational waves from J0537-6910

Liudmila Fesik, Maria Alessandra Papa
arxiv:2001.07605 | INSPIRE

3) The merger history of primordial-black-hole binaries

You Wu
arxiv:2001.03833 | INSPIRE

4) The roles of individual advanced LIGO detectors on revealing the neutron star properties

Ming-zhe Han, Jin-liang Jiang, Shao-peng Tang, et al.
arxiv:2001.01892 | INSPIRE

5) Open data from the first and second observing runs of Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo

Rich Abbott, Thomas D. Abbott, Sheelu Abraham, et al.
arxiv:1912.11716 | INSPIRE

6) Gravitational-wave inference in the catalog era: evolving priors and marginal events

Shanika Galaudage, Colm Talbot, Eric Thrane
arxiv:1912.09708 | INSPIRE

7) Constraining the Temperature of Astrophysical Black Holes through Ringdown Detection: Results of GW150914 Remnant

Ka-Wai Chung, Tjonnie Guang Feng Li
arxiv:1912.07058 | INSPIRE

8) Search for Eccentric Binary Neutron Star Mergers in the first and second observing runs of Advanced LIGO

Alexander H. Nitz, Amber Lenon, Duncan A. Brown
arxiv:1912.05464 | INSPIRE

9) Search for strongly lensed counterpart images of binary black hole mergers in the first two LIGO observing runs

Connor McIsaac, David Keitel, Thomas Collett, et al.
arxiv:1912.05389 | INSPIRE

10) Probing the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves

José María Ezquiaga Bravo

11) The Masses of Isolated Neutron Stars Inferred from the Gravitational Redshift Measurements

Shao-Peng Tang, Jin-Liang Jiang, Wei-Hong Gao, et al.
arxiv:1911.08107 | INSPIRE

12) Memory Effect or Cosmic String? Classifying Gravitational-Wave Bursts with Bayesian Inference

Atul K. Divakarla, Eric Thrane, Paul D. Lasky, et al.
arxiv:1911.07998 | INSPIRE

13) Binary neutron stars gravitational wave detection based on wavelet packet analysis and convolutional neural networks

Bai-Jiong Lin, Xiang-Ru Li, Wo-Liang Yu

14) Including higher order multipoles in gravitational-wave models for precessing binary black holes

Sebastian Khan, Frank Ohme, Katerina Chatziioannou, et al.
arxiv:1911.06050 | INSPIRE

15) Gravitational waves from eccentric binary black hole mergers: Searches and astrophysical interpretations

Shubhanshu Tiwari

16) Binary Neutron Stars Gravitational Wave Detection Based on Wavelet Packet Analysis And Convolutional Neural Networks

Baijiong Lin, Xiangru Li, Woliang Yu
arxiv:1910.10525 | INSPIRE

17) Multi-waveform inference of gravitational waves

Gregory Ashton, Sebastian Khan
arxiv:1910.09138 | INSPIRE

18) 2-OGC: Open Gravitational-wave Catalog of binary mergers from analysis of public Advanced LIGO and Virgo data

Alexander H. Nitz, Thomas Dent, Gareth S. Davies, et al.
arxiv:1910.05331 | INSPIRE

19) Unveiling the Spectrum of Inspiralling Binary Black Holes

Soumen Roy, Anand S. Sengupta, K.G. Arun
arxiv:1910.04565 | INSPIRE

20) Gravitational wave signal recognition of O1 data by deep learning

He Wang, Zhoujian Cao, Xiaolin Liu, et al.
arxiv:1909.13442 | INSPIRE

21) Not quite black holes at LIGO

Bob Holdom
arxiv:1909.11801 | INSPIRE

22) Expediting Astrophysical Discovery with Gravitational-Wave Transients Through Massively Parallel Nested Sampling

Rory Smith, Gregory Ashton
arxiv:1909.11873 | INSPIRE

23) Parameter Estimation with a Spinning Multi-Mode Waveform Model: IMRPhenomHM

Chinmay Kalaghatgi, Mark Hannam, Vivien Raymond
arxiv:1909.10010 | INSPIRE

24) The Impact of Peculiar Velocities on the Estimation of the Hubble Constant from Gravitational Wave Standard Sirens

Constantina Nicolaou, Ofer Lahav, Pablo Lemos, et al.
arxiv:1909.09609 | INSPIRE

25) Results from an Extended Falcon All-Sky Survey for Continuous Gravitational Waves

Vladimir Dergachev, Maria Alessandra Papa
arxiv:1909.09619 | INSPIRE

26) Detectability of dynamical tidal effects and the detection of gravitational-wave transients with LIGO

Reed Clasey Essick

27) Machine-learning interpolation of population-synthesis simulations to interpret gravitational-wave observations: a case study

Kaze W.K. Wong, Davide Gerosa
arxiv:1909.06373 | INSPIRE

28) A guide to LIGO-Virgo detector noise and extraction of transient gravitational-wave signals

Benjamin P Abbott, Rich Abbott, Thomas D Abbott, et al.
arxiv:1908.11170 | INSPIRE

29) Detecting Gravitational Waves in Data with Non-Gaussian Noise

Barak Zackay, Tejaswi Venumadhav, Javier Roulet, et al.
arxiv:1908.05644 | INSPIRE

30) Kicking gravitational wave detectors with recoiling black holes

Carlos O. Lousto, James Healy
arxiv:1908.04382 | INSPIRE

31) Searching for ultralight bosons within spin measurements of a population of binary black hole mergers

Ken K.Y. Ng, Otto A. Hannuksela, Salvatore Vitale, et al.
arxiv:1908.02312 | INSPIRE

32) Label switching problem in Bayesian analysis for gravitational wave astronomy

Riccardo Buscicchio, Elinore Roebber, Janna M. Goldstein, et al.
arxiv:1907.11631 | INSPIRE

33) Astrophysical signal consistency test adapted for gravitational-wave transient searches

V. Gayathri, P. Bacon, A. Pai, et al.
arxiv:1907.10851 | INSPIRE

34) SciPy 1.0--Fundamental Algorithms for Scientific Computing in Python

Pauli Virtanen, Ralf Gommers, Travis E. Oliphant, et al.
arxiv:1907.10121 | INSPIRE

35) A time–frequency analysis of gravitational wave signals with non-harmonic analysis

Kenta Yanagisawa, Dongbao Jia, Shigeki Hirobayashi, et al.

36) Noise spectral estimation methods and their impact on gravitational wave measurement of compact binary mergers

Katerina Chatziioannou, Carl-Johan Haster, Tyson B. Littenberg, et al.
arxiv:1907.06540 | INSPIRE

37) Custom Execution Environments with Containers in Pegasus-enabled Scientific Workflows

Karan Vahi, Mats Rynge, George Papadimitriou, et al.
arxiv:1905.08204 | INSPIRE

38) Searching for Dark Photon Dark Matter in LIGO O1 Data

Huai-Ke Guo, Keith Riles, Feng-Wei Yang, et al.
arxiv:1905.04316 | INSPIRE

39) All-Sky Search for Short Gravitational-Wave Bursts in the Second Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo Run

B.P. Abbott, R. Abbott, T.D. Abbott, et al.
arxiv:1905.03457 | INSPIRE

40) Testing the no-hair theorem with GW150914

Maximiliano Isi, Matthew Giesler, Will M. Farr, et al.
arxiv:1905.00869 | INSPIRE

41) Gravitational-Wave Asteroseismology with Fundamental Modes from Compact Binary Inspirals

Geraint Pratten, Patricia Schmidt, Tanja Hinderer
arxiv:1905.00817 | INSPIRE

42) Multi-messenger Extended Emission from the Compact Remnant in GW170817

Maurice H.P. M. van Putten, Massimo Della Valle, Amir Levinson
arxiv:1910.12730 | INSPIRE

43) Convolutional neural networks: a magic bullet for gravitational-wave detection?

Timothy D. Gebhard, Niki Kilbertus, Ian Harry, et al.
arxiv:1904.08693 | INSPIRE

44) New Binary Black Hole Mergers in the Second Observing Run of Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo

Tejaswi Venumadhav, Barak Zackay, Javier Roulet, et al.
arxiv:1904.07214 | INSPIRE

45) Targeted Sub-threshold Search for Strongly-lensed Gravitational-wave Events

Alvin K.Y. Li, Rico K.L. Lo, Surabhi Sachdev, et al.
arxiv:1904.06020 | INSPIRE

46) Constraining extra gravitational wave polarizations with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA and upper bounds from GW170817

Yuki Hagihara, Naoya Era, Daisuke Iikawa, et al.
arxiv:1904.02300 | INSPIRE

47) Distinguishing Primordial Black Holes from Astrophysical Black Holes by Einstein Telescope and Cosmic Explorer

Zu-Cheng Chen, Qing-Guo Huang
arxiv:1904.02396 | INSPIRE

48) Template Bank for Compact Binary Coalescence Searches in Gravitational Wave Data: A General Geometric Placement Algorithm

Javier Roulet, Liang Dai, Tejaswi Venumadhav, et al.
arxiv:1904.01683 | INSPIRE

49) Results from an Einstein@Home search for continuous gravitational waves from Cassiopeia A, Vela Jr. and G347.3

Jing Ming, Maria Alessandra Papa, Avneet Singh, et al.
arxiv:1903.09119 | INSPIRE

50) On the properties of the massive binary black hole merger GW170729

Katerina Chatziioannou, Roberto Cotesta, Sudarshan Ghonge, et al.
arxiv:1903.06742 | INSPIRE

View all publications on INSPIRE HEP

Other Projects

Pioneer Academics student projects (2019)

Projects mentored by Eric Myers
Final papers: Langqing Yi | Erim Esref HAKKI | Jiawei Qiu

Effect of Low Frequency Noise in Detection of Gravitational Waves

Baisakhi Mitra
Report on github

Gravitational Wave Events (iPhone App)

Peter Kramer
Available from Apple

Pioneer Academics student projects (2018)

Projects mentored by Eric Myers
Final papers: Jingyi Zhang | Yue Pan

Pioneer Academics student projects (2017)

Projects mentored by Eric Myers
Final papers: Joalda Morancy | Kriti Verma

Evidence for Small-Strain Burst Sources Proliferating in Enhanced-LIGO Time Series Data

Stanley W. Wong and Baokun Gu
Report on Google Docs

Calculating detection ranges for binary black holes

Bassel Heiba
Code on github

GW150914 Kaggle Projects

Created by Elena Cuoco
GW150914 data in Kaggle

Online Course - LIGO: Detecting Gravitational Waves

Created at Sonoma State University by Lynn Cominsky
SSU LIGO Courses | 2016 Course

Pioneer Academics student projects

Projects mentored by Eric Myers
Final papers: Zhehao Lu | Minqi Fu

Art Installation: Void

Emma Wadley
See photo at right

Modified LIGO data analysis notebook

Valentin Baillard
Azure | mybinder | github

Physics From Planet Earth homework problems

Joe Amato and Enrique (Kiko) Galvez
See Gravitational Radiation 2 and Gravitational Radiation 3

Non-Gaussian noise and data analysis of laser interferometric gravitational wave detectors

Takahiro Yamamoto, Ph.D. Thesis
See JGW-P1605355

Gravitational Wave Detection in the Introductory Lab

Lior M. Burko
Georgia Gwinnett College,
See arxiv:1602.04666

Pioneer Academics student projects

Projects mentored by Eric Myers
Final papers: Jinghong Liang | William Li

Searching for Compact Binaries in LIGO Data

Shannon Wang
Date Completed: September 2014
Report: Paper

Recovering S5 Burst Injections

Alexander Cole
Date Completed: May 2014
Presentation: Paper | Slides

S5 Data Time Dependence of Duty Cycles and Spacetime Detection Volumes

Gary LaMotte
Date Completed: April 2014
Presentation: Slides

Recovering Hardware Injections in LIGO S5 Data

Ashley Disbrow
Date Completed: September 2013
Presentations: Poster | Slides

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