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December 2003
  • A New Relativistic Binary Pulsar has been discovered with the Parkes 64m Radio Telescope! The Implications for Gravitational-Wave Detection of Double Neutron Star Inspiral are Important !
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  • Graduate student Chunglee Kim presents the exciting results on the NS-NS inspiral rate implications at the:
  • Postdoctoral associate Richard O'Shaughnessy presents his recent work on Genetic Algorithms and Gravitational-Wave Astrophysics at the 8th Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop (GWDAW-8), Dec 17-20, 2003, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Vicky Kalogera (in collaboration with postdoctoral associate Philippe Grandclement and undergraduate student Mia Ihm) presents recent results on the importance of precession in astrophysical compact object binaries at the 8th Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop (GWDAW-8), Dec 17-20, 2003, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

November 2003

October 2003
  • Our group moved to newly renovated space in Dearborn!

  • Postdoctoral research associate Bart Willems joins our group! Come and meet him in Dearborn 21

  • A new paper has been submitted to The Astrophysical Journal Letters:

September 2003
  • Postdoctoral research associate Richard O'Shaughnessy joins our group! Come and meet him in F323.

  • Postdoctoral Research Associate Philippe Grandclément is leaving our group taking a new position in France - remember to say goodbye!

  • Grad student Chunglee Kim is presenting her work in a talk at "Advanced School and Conference on Sources of Gravitational Waves", 15-26 Sep 2003, Trieste, Italy

August 2003

July 2003
  • Graduate student Jeremy Sepinsky joins our group! Come and meet him in F324.

June 2003
  • Graduate student Chunglee Kim passes her qualifying exam - way to go!

  • Graduate student James Jenkins joins the group! Come and meet him in F324.

  • Summer research students Laura Blecha, Dave Guarrera, Mike Henninger, Mia Ihm, Philip Nutzman, and Nicole Yan move to Dearborn Observatory in their own space.

  • Students Dave Guarrera and Mike Henninger graduate - Congratulations! Dave is off to Cambridge, England next year and then MIT for his graduate studies and Mike will spend next year working in the group and will be applying to graduate schools.

May 2003