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Advanced LIGO

Advanced LIGO

Advanced LIGO. David Shoemaker NSF LIGO Review 23 October 2002. Advanced LIGO. LIGO mission: detect gravitational waves and initiate GW astronomy Next detector Must be of significance for astrophysics

By libitha
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LIGO Data Grid: Making it Go Scott Koranda University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

LIGO Data Grid: Making it Go Scott Koranda University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

LIGO Data Grid: Making it Go Scott Koranda University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Grid Middleware & the Gap. LIGO Data Grid leverages the best of grid middleware Globus Toolkit GSI and X.509 certificates for authentication/authorization GridFTP for moving data and files

By diep
(187 views)

Scaling Condor on XSEDE for LIGO

Scaling Condor on XSEDE for LIGO

Scaling Condor on XSEDE for LIGO. Peter Couvares Syracuse University LIGO Scientific Collaboration. Who am I? What is LIGO?. Former Condor Team member (‘99-’08).

By vivien
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Advanced LIGO

Advanced LIGO

Advanced LIGO. David Shoemaker Aspen at Elba 23 May 2002. Core notions for the LIGO Lab future. Evolution intrinsic to LIGO mission: to enable the development of gravitational wave astronomy Next step in detector design:

By fareeda
(125 views)

The search for gravitational waves with the new generation of interferometers

The search for gravitational waves with the new generation of interferometers

The search for gravitational waves with the new generation of interferometers. Peter R. Saulson Syracuse University LIGO-G030345-00-Z. Outline. 1. Gravitational waves and how to detect them 2. The new generation of interferometric detectors 3. Sample of first results.

By blake
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Sukanta Bose Washington State University, Pullman

Sukanta Bose Washington State University, Pullman

Estimating the parameters of coalescing black hole binaries (non-spinning) using ground-based detectors. Sukanta Bose Washington State University, Pullman. In collaboration with P. Ajith (Caltech/AEI). Based on a paper by Ajith, SB, Phys. Rev. D 79, 084032 (2009), arXiv:0901.4936.

By radley
(126 views)

An Idiosyncratic History of Technical Developments Leading to LIGO

An Idiosyncratic History of Technical Developments Leading to LIGO

An Idiosyncratic History of Technical Developments Leading to LIGO. Idiosynchratic: “peculiar to the individual”. Stan Whitcomb CaJGWAR Seminar 20 April 2010. Outline of Talk. Review some of the technical developments that enabled LIGO, with emphasis on pre-1995 era

By yovela
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aLIGO Photon Calibrators Calibration Pablo Daveloza University of Texas at Brownsville and

aLIGO Photon Calibrators Calibration Pablo Daveloza University of Texas at Brownsville and

aLIGO Photon Calibrators Calibration Pablo Daveloza University of Texas at Brownsville and B. Abbott, J. Berliner, C. Conley, S. Shankle, T. Steckler, R. Savage. Overall Concept. Pcal Receiver. End Test Mass. Pcal Transmitter.

By brand
(215 views)

First Generation Interferometers

First Generation Interferometers

Workshop on Astrophysical Sources for Ground-Based Gravitational Wave Detectors Drexel University. First Generation Interferometers. Barry Barish 30 Oct 2000. Detection of Gravitational Waves precision optical instrument.

By birch
(164 views)

Gravitational Waves: a new window to the Universe

Gravitational Waves: a new window to the Universe

Gravitational Waves: a new window to the Universe. Gabriela González Physics and Astronomy, Louisiana State University For the LIGO Scientific Collaboration February 22, 2007. Newtons’ law: F=Gm 1 m 2 /r 2. Newton’s gravitation. Explains why things fall down, and planetary motion.

By ernst
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eLIGO/advLIGO FI update

eLIGO/advLIGO FI update

eLIGO/advLIGO FI update. Antonio Lucianetti, K.L. Dooley, R. Martin, L. F. Williams, M.A. Arain, V. Quetschke, G. Mueller, D.B. Tanner, and D.H. Reitze University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Ligo-Virgo Meeting, Hannover, Oct. 2007. G070675-00-R. ● High isolation ratio (>30 dB)

By nuala
(67 views)

InGaAs and GaInNAs(Sb) Advanced LIGO Photodiodes

InGaAs and GaInNAs(Sb) Advanced LIGO Photodiodes

InGaAs and GaInNAs(Sb) Advanced LIGO Photodiodes. David B. Jackrel , Homan B. Yuen, Seth R. Bank, Mark A. Wistey, Xiaojun Yu, Junxian Fu, Zhilong Rao, and James S. Harris, Jr. Solid State Research Lab, Stanford University LSC Meeting – LHO August 16 th , 2005. LIGO-G050435-00-Z. Outline.

By kermit
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AdLIGO Optical configuration and control Nov 10, 2005 Alan Weinstein

AdLIGO Optical configuration and control Nov 10, 2005 Alan Weinstein

AdLIGO Optical configuration and control Nov 10, 2005 Alan Weinstein for AdLIGO Interferometer Sensing and Control (ISC) and the 40 meter lab. 40 KG FUSED SILICA. AdLIGO optical configuration and control.

By bobby
(98 views)

End to End Simulation of LIGO Hiro Yamamoto LIGO Lab/CIT

End to End Simulation of LIGO Hiro Yamamoto LIGO Lab/CIT

End to End Simulation of LIGO Hiro Yamamoto LIGO Lab/CIT. Overview of End to End simulation framework Physics in e2e Applications => Matt Evans Issues Summary. Simulation group. H. Yamamoto (1 FTE) : Manager, Salesman, Science programmer

By vanida
(148 views)

LIGO Education and Outreach

LIGO Education and Outreach

LIGO Education and Outreach. Amber L. Stuver LIGO Livingston Observatory. Overview. LIGO Lab Outreach Mission LIGO Science Education Center (Livingston, LA) Student Field Trips Teacher Professional Development Public Tours and Open Houses Docents Educational Research

By kenda
(153 views)

Wavefront Sensing for Advanced LIGO

Wavefront Sensing for Advanced LIGO

Wavefront Sensing for Advanced LIGO. Model of wavefront sensing in a dual-recycled interferometer Consequences for the design of length and alignment control systems for the 40m prototype and Advanced LIGO. Angular degrees of freedom. Misalignment of a simple Fabry-Perot cavity.

By taber
(112 views)

Status of LIGO

Status of LIGO

LIGO-G040540-00-E. Status of LIGO. Peter Shawhan (LIGO Laboratory / Caltech) Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop December 15, 2004 Annecy, France Thanks to Rana Adhikari and David Shoemaker. The LIGO Observatories.

By clara
(197 views)

Is there a future for LIGO underground?

Is there a future for LIGO underground?

Is there a future for LIGO underground?. Fred Raab, LIGO Hanford Observatory. Basic Signature of Gravitational Waves for All Detectors. Different Frequency Bands of Laser-Based Detectors and Sources. space. terrestrial. Audio band.

By pisces
(130 views)

Grid Enabled LIGO Data Monitoring

Grid Enabled LIGO Data Monitoring

Junwei Cao 1 , Erik Katsavounidis 1 , and John Zweizig 2 1 LIGO Laboratory - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA 2 LIGO Laboratory - California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125, USA. Grid Enabled LIGO Data Monitoring. LIGO Document No. G050573-00-E.

By wan
(124 views)

Gravitational Wave Detection – current status & future prospects

Gravitational Wave Detection – current status & future prospects

Gravitational Wave Detection – current status & future prospects. Jonathan Gair. Extragalactic Group Seminar, IoA, 21 st November 2005. Gravitational Waves. Fluctuations in spacetime curvature, generated by rapidly accelerating masses.

By derex
(161 views)

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