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23.Jan.2009: GWA discussion session.

05.Dec.2008: GWA discussion session.

24.Nov.2008: GWA discussion session.

14.Nov.2008: GWA discussion session.

07.Nov.2008: GWA discussion session.

03.Nov.2008: GWA discussion session.

24.Oct.2008: GWA discussion session.

22.Oct.2008: Colloquium at ICE: Yuri Levin, “Stellar discs and hydromagnetic flows near supermassive black holes”

17.Oct.2008: GWA discussion session.

 
 

Hello!  Welcome to my website.  I am working at the Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC-IEEC) since September 2007 as a Ramón y Cajal Researcher.  My main research interest lies in the new area of Gravitational Wave Astronomy, and in particular in the science that will be done with the future Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA), an ESA/NASA mission that will detect the gravitational radiation from low frequency sources like massive black hole mergers, inspiraling stellar compact objects into massive black holes, and galactic binaries.  I am also interested in all physical phenomena in the areas of gravitation, relativistic astrophysics, and cosmology.


Observations by gravitational-wave observatories will provide very valuable information regarding different astrophysical and cosmological sources.  It is expected that these observations, by opening a completely new window to the exploration of the Universe, will lead to revolutionary discoveries in Astrophysics, Cosmology, and Fundamental Physics.  With ground observatories like LIGO and VIRGO online and operating, it is now the time to get involved in Gravitational Wave research as new exciting discoveries await us around the corner.  

 

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