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 most recent publications citing GWOSC, based on a query to INSPIRE.

1) Inferring Binary Properties from Gravitational Wave Signals

Javier Roulet, Tejaswi Venumadhav

arxiv:2402.11439 | INSPIRE

2) Testing mirror symmetry in the Universe with LIGO-Virgo black-hole mergers

Juan Calderón Bustillo, Adrian del Rio, Nicolas Sanchis-Gual, et al.

arxiv:2402.09861 | INSPIRE

3) Forecasts for Constraining Lorentz-violating Damping of Gravitational Waves from Compact Binary Inspirals

Bo-Yang Zhang, Tao Zhu, Jing-Fei Zhang, et al.

arxiv:2402.08240 | INSPIRE

4) Convolutional Neural Networks for signal detection in real LIGO data

Ondřej Zelenka, Bernd Brügmann, Frank Ohme

arxiv:2402.07492 | INSPIRE

5) Probing ultralight isospin-violating mediators at GW170817

Zuowei Liu, Zi-Wei Tang

arxiv:2402.06209 | INSPIRE

6) A Survey of Four Precessing Waveform Models for Binary Black Hole Systems

Jake Mac Uilliam, Sarp Akcay, Jonathan E. Thompson

arxiv:2402.06781 | INSPIRE

7) An overview of existing and new nuclear and astrophysical constraints on the equation of state of neutron-rich dense matter

Hauke Koehn, Henrik Rose, Peter T.H. Pang, et al.

arxiv:2402.04172 | INSPIRE

8) Searching for scalar field dark matter with LIGO

Alexandre S. Göttel, Aldo Ejlli, Kanioar Karan, et al.

arxiv:2401.18076 | INSPIRE

9) Bayesian $\mathcal{F}$-statistic-based parameter estimation of continuous gravitational waves from known pulsars

A. Ashok, P.B. Covas, R. Prix, et al.

arxiv:2401.17025 | INSPIRE

10) cDVGAN: One Flexible Model for Multi-class Gravitational Wave Signal and Glitch Generation

Tom Dooney, Lyana Curier, Daniel Tan, et al.

arxiv:2401.16356 | INSPIRE

11) BRiSTOL - a Band-limited RMS Stationarity Test Tool for Gravitational Wave Data

F. Di Renzo, F. Fidecaro, M. Razzano, et al.

arxiv:2401.15392 | INSPIRE

12) Glitch veto based on unphysical gravitational wave binary inspiral templates

Raghav Girgaonkar, Soumya D. Mohanty

arxiv:2401.15237 | INSPIRE

13) Comparison between time-domain and frequency-domain Bayesian inferences to inspiral-merger-ringdown gravitational-wave signals

Hai-Tian Wang, Lijing Shao

arxiv:2401.13997 | INSPIRE

14) Dark lens candidates from Gaia Data Release 3

K. Kruszyńska, Ł. Wyrzykowski, K.A. Rybicki, et al.

arxiv:2401.13759 | INSPIRE

15) Searches for Compact Binary Coalescence Events Using Neural Networks in LIGO/Virgo Third Observation Period

Alexis Menéndez-Vázquez, Marc Andrés-Carcasona, Mario Martínez, et al.

arxiv:2401.12912 | INSPIRE

16) First constraints on binary black hole environments with LIGO-Virgo observations

Giada Caneva Santoro, Soumen Roy, Rodrigo Vicente, et al.


17) Accuracy of numerical relativity waveforms with respect to space-based gravitational wave detectors

Zun Wang, Junjie Zhao, Zhoujian Cao

arxiv:2401.15331 | INSPIRE

18) Slaying Axion-Like Particles via Gravitational Waves and Primordial Black Holes from Supercooled Phase Transition

Angela Conaci, Luigi Delle Rose, P.S. Bhupal Dev, et al.

arxiv:2401.09411 | INSPIRE

19) Detector performance of the Gamma-ray Transient Monitor onboard DRO-A Satellite

Pei-Yi Feng, Zheng-Hua An, Da-Li Zhang, et al.

arxiv:2401.07513 | INSPIRE

20) Machine Learning Applications in Gravitational Wave Astronomy

Nikolaos Stergioulas

arxiv:2401.07406 | INSPIRE

Other Projects

Student projects at SUNY New Paltz (Starting in 2021)

Student projects mentored by Eric Myers

Final papers: Spy Hill Research

Pioneer Academics student projects (2015-2021)

Student projects mentored by Eric Myers

Final Papers: Spy Hill Research

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

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

Art Installation: Void

Emma Wadley See photo above

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. BurkoGeorgia 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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