Past Seminars

Previous Seminar Schedules

  • 2014

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info
    Sept 5 Peng Qiu-he Nanjing University, China Discovery of strong radial magnetic field at the center of the Galaxy Significance: possible evidence of magnetic monopole from astronomical observation pdf
    Sept 12 Matthew Benacquista

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Tidal perturbations to the gravitational inspiral of J0651+2844 abstract
    Sept 22 Michele Zanolin Embry Riddle Areonautical University Probing Core Collapse Supernova Physics with Laser Interferometers abstract
    Nov 7 Knicole Colon Lehigh University Characterizing the Atmospheres of Hot Jupiters with Large Ground-Based Telescopes abstract
    Nov 14 Chris Ruf University of Michigan The NASA Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System abstract
    Nov 21 Andreas Hanke

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Multiscale Modeling of Macromolecular Systems in Biology abstract
    Nov 24 Yan Wang

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Detecting very low frequency gravitational waves with pulsar timing arrays abstract
    Dec 5 Manfred Cuntz University of Texas at Arlington Habitability in the Environments of Main-Sequence Stars abstract
    June 20 Volker Quetschke

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Overview of Advanced LIGO
    June 27 Camas Key

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    The Thermoelectric Properties of Bismuth Telluride
    July 3 Grant Meadors University of Michigan Star-songs in spacetime: Launching into gravitational wave astrophysics abstract
    July 18 Joe Romano

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Mathematics and the prints of M.C. Escher
    July 25 Matt Benacquista

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    The mysterious case of PSRJ1145-6545
    Jan 17 Anthony Ford Arecibo Observatory Working at the Arecibo Observatory abstract
    Jan 24 Volker Quetschke

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    The Advanced LIGO Gravitational Wave Detector abstract
    Jan 31 Oliver Puncken

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    LIGO Lasers abstract
    Feb 21 Matt Abernathy LIGO Caltech Lab X-ray measurements of the structure of tantala coatings abstract
    Mar 21 Fronfeld Crawford Franklin and Marshall A New Search for Radio Pulsars in M33, the Triangulum Galaxy abstract
    Mar 27 Laura Sampson Montana State University Testing General Relativity with Gravitational Wave Observations abstract
    Mar 28 Warren Anderson University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Data Analysts Without Borders: A Case Study abstract
    Apr 4 Joan Centrella NASA Astrophysics Science Division Science at NASA: From the Earth to the Universe, Keynote Address for the UTB Research Symposium abstract
    Apr 18 Kathryn Williamson National Radio Astronomy Observatory Measuring Student Understanding of Gravity abstract
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    Apr 25 Daryl Haggard Northwestern University/CIERA Observing G2 As It Plummets Toward the Milky Way's Central Black Hole abstract
    May 2 Phil Mauskopf Arizona State University The Cosmic Microwave Background and Fundamental Properties of theUniverse abstract
  • 2013

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info
    Feb 14 Matt Abernathy Measurement of Coating Material Properties for the Improvement of Gravitational Wave Detectorsn abstract
    Mar 1 Herbert L. Berk Dept. of Physics and Institute of Fusion Studies University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas The Yearn to Burn and Plasma; Research in Controlled Fusion abstract
    Apr 5 Namir Kassim Naval Research Laboratory A Radio LSST: Duplicating the VLA for Continuous, sub-GHz Observations with LOBO abstract
    Apr 19 Scott Ransom NRAO-Charlottesville and University of Virginia Nuclear Physics at Two Kiloparsecs with Millisecond Pulsars abstract
    Apr 26 Camas Key Montana State University Reactive Vaporization of Materials Used in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Systems abstract
    May 10 Gregorio Tellez

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Characterization and Implementation of Hardware for aLIGO Photon Calibration abstract
    Oct 18 Nairwita Mazumder Indian Institute of Science Education and Research-Thiruvananthpuram A new search approach for the detection of gravitational-wave s from low-mass inspiralling compact binaries with spin abstract
    Oct 29 Tania Peñuela Ludwig-Maximilians-Universiat (LMU) Munich and Institute for Astronomy of the Swiss Institute of Technology Galaxy Evolution, early stages of galaxy formation in Lyman Alp ha emitters abstract
    Nov 12 Samanta Fuentes-Tapia

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Image analysis pipeline for circumpolar observations abstract
    Nov 14 Carlos Jeziel Gonzalez Banuelos

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Design and Configuration of Laser Tweezers Microscopy for Force Measurements on Single DNA Molecules
    Nov 19 Matt Wood Texas A&M Commerce Cataclysmic Variables in the Kepler Field abstract
    Dec 10 Pablo Daveloza

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Topics in the Calibration of Advanced Gravitational Wave Detectors
  • 2012

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info
    Jan 27 Cristina Torres Research assistant professor with the CGWA Critical Coupling Likelihood: Motivating CCL development and some early results of CCL applied to the GEO observatory data abstract
    Feb 3 Mariano de Leon Dominguez Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba Measuring the dark matter equation of state and its cosmological consequences abstract
    Feb 17 Guanghua Xu Physical Science Department of South Texas College Searching for Additional Sources of Time-reversal Violation Through Polarized Particle Collisions abstract
    Feb 23 Benjamin Cooley Dr. Vernita Gordon's group at UT Austin Roles of Pel and Psl in very early biofilm development abstract
    Mar 2 Ruslan Vaulin LIGO Scientific Collaboration Searching for gravitational waves from compact binary coalescence abstract
    Mar 9 Juan Guevara UTB/TSC Physics Department The search for indicators of prostatic cancer during the early stage biotecnology abstract
    Mar 30 Andrzej Krolak Institute of Mathematics
    Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
    Searching for periodic gravitational wave signals abstract
    Apr 13 Duncan Lorimer Department of Physics at West Virginia University Radio pulsar populations in the Galaxy and beyond abstract
    Apr 27 Richard Willson University of Houston
    The Methodist Hospital Research Institute
    Nano- and Micro-Scale Labels for Medical Diagnostics: Retroreflectors, Nanoparticles, and Engineered Viruses abstract
    May 10 Michal Dominik University of Warsaw The formation and evolution of double compact objects abstract
    May 11 Oliver Puncken Laser Zentrum Hannover Pump head design for the Advanced LIGO 200-W laser abstract
    Oct 12 Soumya Mohanty UTB/TSC Physics Department Transient narrowband gravitational wave signals: detection and estimation using Particle Swarm Optimization abstract
    Nov 16 Joe Lazio JPL The Dark Ages Radio Explorer abstract
    Nov 29 Cristiane Loesch de Souza Costa Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE) Space Weather Events Global 3D MHD Simulations in the Interplanetary Medium abstract
    Nov 30 Marica Branchesitd> University of Urbino Transient Gravitational-Wave Astronomy: Electromagnetic Follow-Up of Gravitational Wave Candidates abstract
    Dec 7 Gilberto Casillas UT-San Antonio Scanning/Transmission Electron Microscopy as a Tool for Nanotechnology abstract
  • 2011

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info
    Mar 4 Alex Ignatiev University of Houston Mechanisms and Materials Challenges for Its Application abstract
    Mar 7 Nick Fotopoulos California Institute of Technology The search for compact binary coalescence in association with short GRBs with the first-generation LIGO and Virgo detectors abstract
    Mar 11 Richard Wilkins Prairie View A&M Space Radiation Research at Prairie View A&M University abstract
    Apr 8 Andreas Hanke

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Normal Mode Analysis and Entropy Estimates for Multiscale Models of DNA abstract
    Apr 22 Alexander Stroeer

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Comparison of Signals from Gravitational Wave Detectors with Instantaneous Time-Frequency Maps abstract
    Sept 2 Matthew Benacquista

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Stellar mass compact Object Binaries and the New LISA abstract
    Sept 23 Krzysztof Belczynski

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

     and University of Warsaw
    Two Stories on Galactic Black Holes abstract
    Oct 7 Jose McKinnon

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Mapping the Galaxy with LISA abstract
    Oct 14 Richard Price

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Understanding black hole plunges abstract
    Oct 21 Liliana Ruiz-Diaz Summer Physics Internships (Part 1: UTB Students at MIT) Characterization of nano-scaled strained Si/Ge heterostructures abstracts
    Sergio H. Cantu Summer Physics Internships (Part 1: UTB Students at MIT) Development of an Ionic Liquid Ion Source for Space Propulsion Applications
    Oct 28 Steven Shoen Summer Physics Internship (Part 2: UTB Students at Caltech) Development of electronics platforms for in situ thermal infrared imaging abstracts
    Gregorio Tellez Summer Physics Internship (Part 2: UTB Students at Caltech) Long-Term Stability Tests of First-Article Advanced LIGO Optical Levers
    Nov 4 Mario Diaz

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    UTB at the top of the world or are gravitational waves visible? abstract
    Nov 11 Joe Romano

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Some random remarks about fractals and chaos abstract
    Dec 2 Kevin Stovall Ph.D. Student at UTB/TSC/UTSA Pulsar Search Results from the Arecibo Remote Command Center abstract
  • 2010

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info
    Feb 5 Soumya Mohanty

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Particle Swarm Optimization abstract
    Feb 10 Carlos Kozameh University of Cordoba, Argentina Gravitomagnetism abstract
    Feb 19 Jorge Lopez University of Texas at El Paso The New Nuclear Physics and Isoscaling abstract
    Feb 26 Krzysztof Belczynski Los Alamos
    Mar 5 Drew Keppel Albert Einstein Institute Searching for Compact Binary Coalescence Signals in Gravitational-Wave Data
    Mar 10 Mustapha Ishak University of Texas at Dallas Cosmology Group abstract
    Mar 26 Niescja Turner Florida Institute of Technology Energetics of Magnetic Storms
    Mar 29 Gianpietro Cagnoli INFN Perugia, Italy Challenges in Gravitational Waves Detectors abstract
    Apr 9 Jonathan Downing University of Heidelberg Black Hole Binaries in Star Clusters abstract
    Apr 13 Karen Martirosyan University of Houston Emerging Opportunities of Nanoscience for Energy, Environmental and Biomedical Applications abstract
    Apr 16 Davood Askari

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Fabrication and Testing of Three Dimensionally Reinforced Laminated Multifunctional Nanocomposites abstract
    Apr 19 Mircea Chipara University of Texas-Pan American Polymer-Based Nanocomposites abstract
    April 23 Malik Rakhmanov

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Optics, Interferometry, and Differential Geometry of LIGO abstract
    Apr 30 Fabio Urbani

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Double-Negative Behavior of Two-Dimensional Periodic Passive Arrays abstract
    June 4 Ranjan Gupta Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics Artificial Neural Networks: A Robust Classification Tool for Astronomy abstract
    July 12 Tarun Souradeep Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics Standard Cosmology & beyond with CMB abstract

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    Aug 11 Philip Graff University of Cambridge Queens’ College Bayesian Nested Sampling and Gravitational Wave Dat Analysis abstract
    Aug 27 Juan Guevara University of Texas at Brownsville Molecular Master Key for Cell Entry abstract
    Oct 1 Pablo Daveloza University of Texas at Brownsville Elastic deformation of initial LIGO test masses induced by actuation and calibration forces abstract
    Oct 8 Krzysztof Belczynski University of Texas at Brownsville Stellar Black Holes Across the Universe abstract
    Nov 5 Dmitri Litvinov University of Houston Towards the Next Generation Magnetic Technologies abstract
    Nov 12 Oleg R. Musin University of Texas at Brownsville Discrete analog of Maxwell-Morse theory and its applications to Image Processing abstract
    Nov 19 Vesselin Vatchev University of Texas at Brownsville Restrictions of Standard Approximation Techniques and “New” Approach for Signal Processing abstract
    Dec 3 Alexander Stroeer University of Texas at Brownsville Exploratory data analysis strategies for gravitational wave detectors abstract
  • 2009

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info

    Feb 9

    Qiuhe Peng

    Nanjing University

    A New Model for Glitches in Young Pulsars

    Feb 16

    Carlos Kozameh

    University of Cordoba

    Center Of Mass and Spin in General Relativity

    Feb 20

    Ted Newman

    University of Pittsburgh

    Extracting Physical Content from Asymptotically Flat Space-Times

    Mar  10

    Nazmul Islam

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Novel Development of AC Electrokinetics and Micro/Nano-System Integration with MEMS Device

    Apr 13

    Haisheng Rong

    Intel Corporation

    Prospects of Silicon Photonics for Future Large Scale Photonics Integration

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    Apr 20

    Sam Finn

    Pennsylvania State University

    Pointing LISA

    Apr 23

    Ahmed Touhami

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Atomic Force Microscopy: A Key Tool for Nanobiotechnology

    May 6

    Oleg Stukalov

    U. of Guelph, Canada

    Polysaccharide Nanoparticles : What It Takes to Bring Lab Discovery to the Market

    June 11

    ARCC Students

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Pulsar Timing: J1917+1736, Pulsar Detection in Data, Resonant Dispersion and Pulsars: Past and Present, Pulsar Outreach: Google Sky Plug-in

    Sep 2

    Cheng Ho

    Los Alamos National Lab

    RF Remote Sensing and Lightning

    Sep 26

    Steve Rangel

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Building a Natural Language Interface for the ATNF Pulsar Database using a Machine Learning Approach

    Oct 9

    Ahmed Touhami

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Single-Molecule Biophysics Watching & Feeling Biomolecules at Work

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    Oct 16

    Sanjay Kumar

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Flow Around A Spinning Cylinder

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    Oct 23

    Andreas Hanke

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Predicting the Casimir Force in Nanomechanical Systems

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    Oct 30

    Ke Xu Sun

    Stanford University

    New Technologies for Future Gravitational Wave Detectors

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    Nov 6

    Volker Quetschke

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    LIGO -An Interferometric Gravitational Wave Detector

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    Nov 13

    Karen Martirosyan

    U. of Houston

    Reactive Nano Systems: Fundamental and Applications

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    Nov 20

    Manfred Fink

    U. of Texas at Austin

    A New Raman Spectra Analyzer to Measure Isotope Ratios with High Spectral Resolution

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    Dec 4

    Karen Leighly

    U. of Oklahoma

    The Astrophysics of Broad Absorption Line Quasars

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  • 2008

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info

    Feb 29

    Kejia Lee

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Annular Gap Radiation Model for Pulsar Gamma-Ray Radiation

    Mar 17

    Richard Price

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Iteration Stability and Generalizing from Discrete to the Continuum

    Apr 23

    Richard Price

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Helically Symmetric Spacetimes and Gravitational Waves

    May 9

    David Champion

    Australia Telescope National Facility

    The Discovery of an Eccentric Millisecond Pulsar in the Galactic Plane

    May 22

    Jessica Clayton

    U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

    Searching for Astrophysical Neutrinos in the Antarctic Ice Flows

    May 29

    Rutger van Haasteren

    Leiden Observatory, Germany

    Measuring Gravitational Waves with Pulsar Observations, Using a Bayesian Data Analysis Algorithm

    Aug 8

    R. N. Manchester

    Australia Telescope National Facility

    Pulsars and Gravity

    Sep 15

    Christopher Wren

    Mitsubishi Co., Japan

    Measuring the Hidden Social Life of a Building

    Sep 26

    Steve Rangel

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Building a Natural Language Interface for the ATNF Pulsar Database Using a Machine Learning Approach

    Oct 17

    Kentaro Somiya

    California Institute of Technology

    Second-Generation and Third-Generation Gravitational-Wave Detectors

    Oct 21

    Andrea Lommen

    Franklin & Marshall College

    Detecting Bursts of Gravitational Radiation Using Pulsar Timing

    Oct 24

    Rachel Rosen

    U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    A Non-radial Oscillation Model for Radio Pulsars

    Nov 14

    Patricia Purdue

    Colorado College

    Modeling Acceleration Noise in LISA

    Nov 19

    Ashish Mahabal

    California Institute of Technology

    Transients: Detection, Distribution and Follow-up Leading Towards Classification

    Dec 5

    Arianna DiCintio

    California Institute of Technology

    Dissipation Processes in Metal Springs

    Dec 5

    Oliver Probst

    Monterrey Tech (ITESM)

    State of the Art and Trends in Wind Resource Assessment

  • 2007

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info

    Apr 26

    Ashley Ruiter

    New Mexico State

    Faint X-ray Sources in the Galactic Centre

    May 1

    Malik Rakhmanov

    LIGO Hanford Observatory

    The Physics of LIGO: Suspensions, Optics, and Interferometer Configurations

    June 6

    Benjamin Owen

    Pennsylvania State University

    Why LIGO Results are Already Interesting?

  • 2006

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info

    Feb 13

    Michelle Vallisneri

    Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    Synthetic LISA: Simulating the Future of LISA Data Analysis

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    Mar 3

    Sam Waldman

    California Institute of Technology

    The LIGO Interferometers: S5 and Beyond

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    Mar 10

    Mark Miller

    Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    Obtaining Astrophysically Relevant Gravitational Waveforms from Numerical Relativity Simulations

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    Apr 14

    Jesus Pando

    De Paul University

    Characterizing Nongaussianity

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    Apr 21

    Christian Poppeliers

    Angelo State U.

    Seismic Wave Propagation in Heterogeneous Media: Modeling, Signal Processing and inversion

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    May 15

    Dae-Il Dale Choi

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

    July 7

    Nicolas Yunes

    Pennsylvania State University

    Sep 22

    Sanjay Kumar

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Richtmyer Meshkov Instability

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    Nov 17

    Lopez Mobilia

    U. of Texas at San Antonio

  • 2005

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info
    Feb 18

    Ed Seidel

    Louisiana State University

    Using Supercomputers to Collapse Gravitational Waves, Collide Black Holes (and Study Other Cataclysms)

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    Feb 28

    Victor Rodriguez

    UNAM, Mexico

    Einstein's Philosophy of Science

    Mar 11

    Andrea Nerozzi

    U. of Texas at Austin

    Wave Extraction Using Weyl Scalars

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    Mar 29

    Marge Bardeen

    Fermilab

    Mar 30

    Lee Lindblom

    California Institute of Technology

    Preserving the Constraints in Numerical Relativity

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    Apr  8

    Harald Pfeiffer

    California Institute of Technology

    Binary Black Hole initial Data

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    May 10

    Carsten Gundlach

    U. of Southampton, UK

    Boundary Conditions for the BSSN Equations

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    May 10

    Tadeusz Janas

    U. of Colorado

    June 3

    Shiho Kobayashi

    Pennsylvania State University

    Gamma-Ray Bursts in the Swift Era

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    June 16

    Erik Schnetter

    American Enterprise Institute

    Mesh Refinement in Cactus

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    June 28

    Frans Pretorius

    California Institute of Technology

    Numerical Simulations of Black Hole Collisions

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    Aug 26

    Matt Benacquista

    Montana State University

    Galactic White Dwarf Binaries and LISA Signal

    Sep 16

    Soumya Mohanty

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Coherent Network Analysis

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    Sep 27

    Qiu-he Peng

    Nanjing University

    A Star's Life

    Sep 28

    Qiu-he Peng

    Nanjing University

    A New Explosion Mechanism for Core Collapsed Supernova

    Oct 24

    Teviet Creighton

    Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    Measuring Properties of Pulsar Populations Using LIGO

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    Nov 14

    Kelly Bockelman

    Portland State University

    Why Galaxy Shape Matters

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    Dec 9

    Carlos F. Sopuerta

    Pennsylvania State University

    Accurate Time-Domain Simulations of Extreme-Mass-Ratio Binaries

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  • 2004

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info

    Feb 27

    Shiho Kobayashi

    Pennsylvania State University

    Gravitational Waves from Gamma-Ray Bursts

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    Apr 23

    Malik Rakhmanov

    U. of Florida

    Geodesic Deviation Induced by Gravitational Waves for Large Separation Between the Test Masses in the Coordinates of a Local Observer

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    May 7

    Fredrick Jenet

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Radio Pulsars and Gravitational Waves: Constraining the Properties of the Proposed Super-Massive Black Hole System in 3C66B

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    May 21

    Christopher Beetle

    Florida Atlantic University

    Aug 20

    Jorge Pullin

    Louisiana State University

    Quantum Mechanics with Real Clocks, Fundamental Decoherence and the Black Hole Information Paradox

    Sep 10

    Bernard Kelly

    Pennsylvania State University

    The Next Generation of Binary Black Hole Head-On Collisions at Penn State

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    Sep 17

    Stephen R. Lau

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Rapid Evaluation of Radiation Boundary Kernels for Time Domain Wave Propagation in Black Holes

    Oct 21

    Michelle Larson

    Pennsylvania State University

    Gravitational Wave Outreach: Communicating the Gist without the Geodesic

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    Oct 22

    Shane Larson

    Pennsylvania State University

    Close Encounters of a Different kind - LISA Extreme Mass Ratio Capture Problem.

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    Nov 12

    Rajesh K. Nayak

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Time-Delay Data Analysis for LISA

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    Nov 26

    Lee Samuel Finn

    Pennsylvania State University

    Gravitational Wave Astronomy

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  • 2003

    Date Speaker Institution Title Info

    Feb 7

    Enrique Pazos

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Cactus and Some Numerical Relativity

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    Feb 21

    Ryoji Takahashi

    Gauge Instability of 3+1 Formulation of GR: Numerical Experiments

    Mar 7

    David Merritt

    Rutgers University

    Feeding Black Holes

    Mar 21

    Soumya Mohanty

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Applications of Change Point Detection in Gravitational Wave Data Analysis

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    Mar 28

    Soma Mukherjee

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Data Characterization in Gravitational Waves

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    Sep 19

    Manuel Tiglio

    Louisiana State University

    Sep 26

    Mark Hannam

    U. of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College

    Initial Data for Binary Black Holes: the Conformal Thin-Sandwich Puncture Method

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