Browsing by Subject "Gravitational-wave detection"

Browsing by Subject "Gravitational-wave detection"

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  • Schnabel, Roman; Britzger, M.; Brückner, F.; Burmeister, O.; Danzmann, Karsten; Dück, J.; Eberle, Tobias; Friedrich, Daniel; Lück, Harald; Mehmet, Moritz; Nawrodt, Ronny; Steinlechner, S.; Willke, Benno (Bristol : IOP Publishing Ltd., 2010)
    Current interferometric gravitational wave detectors use the combination of quasi-monochromatic, continuous-wave laser light at 1064 nm and fused silica test masses at room temperature. Detectors of the third generation, ...
  • Isleif, Katharina-Sophie; Gerberding, Oliver; Mehmet, Moritz; Schwarze, Thomas S.; Heinzel, Gerhard; Danzmann, Karsten (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2016)
    Laser interferometric readout systems with 1pm √Hz precision over long time scales have successfully been developed for LISA and LISA Pathfinder. Future gravitational physics experiments, for example in the fields of ...
  • Smith, Joshua Ryan (Hannover : Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2006)
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  • Abbott, B.P.; Abbott, R.; Abbott, T.D.; Abraham, S.; Acernese, F.; Ackley, K.; Adams, C.; Adhikari, R.X.; Adya, V.B.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration; Affeldt, Christoph; Aufmuth, Peter; Bergmann, G.; Bisht, Aparna; Bode, N.; Booker, Phillip; Brinkmann, M.; Cabero, M.; Danilishin, Stefan L.; Danzmann, Karsten; Dent, Thomas; de Varona, Omar; Doravari, S.; Hanke, Manuela Melanie; Hennig, J.; Heurs, M.; Hochheim, Sven; Junker, J.; Karvinen, K.S.; Khan, S.; Kaufer, S.; Kirchhoff, R.; Koch, P.; Koehlenbeck, S.M.; Koper, N.; Kringel, V.; Kuehn, G.; Leavey, S.; Lehmann, J.; Lück, Harald; Mehmet, M.; Mukherjee, Arunava; Nery, M.; Ohme, F.; Oppermann, P.; Papa, M.A.; Phelps, M.; Puncken, O.; Rüdiger, A.; Schreiber, E.; Schulte, B.W.; Setyawati, Y.; Standke, M.; Steinke, M.; Steinmeyer, D.; Wei, L.-W.; Weinert, M.; Wellmann, F.; Weßels, P.; Wilken, D.M.; Willke, B.; Wimmer, M.H.; Winkler, W.; Wittel, H.; Woehler, J.; Wu, D.S. (College Park, MD : American Physical Society, 2019)
    We present the results from three gravitational-wave searches for coalescing compact binaries with component masses above 1 Ma™ during the first and second observing runs of the advanced gravitational-wave detector network. ...
  • Grote, Hartmut (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2016)
    The world-wide network of km-scale laser interferometers is aiming at the detection of gravitational waves of astrophysical origin. The second generation of these instruments, called advanced detectors has been, or is in ...
  • Ast, Melanie (Hannover : Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2017)
    [no abstract]
  • Armano, M.; Audley, H.; Auger, G.; Baird, J.; Binetruy, P.; Born, M.; Bortoluzzi, D.; Brandt, N.; Bursi, A.; Caleno, M.; Cavalleri, A.; Cesarini, A.; Cruise, M.; Danzmann, K.; Diepholz, I.; Dolesi, R.; Dunbar, N.; Ferraioli, L.; Ferroni, V.; Fitzsimons, E.; Freschi, M.; Gallegos, J.; Marirrodriga, C.G.; Gerndt, R.; Gesa, L.I.; Gibert, F.; Giardini, D.; Giusteri, R.; Grimani, C.; Harrison, I.; Heinzel, G.; Hewitson, M.; Hollington, D.; Hueller, M.; Huesler, J.; Inchauspé, H.; Jennrich, O.; Jetzer, P.; Johlander, B.; Karnesis, N.; Kaune, B.; Korsakova, N.; Killow, C.; Lloro, I.; Maarschalkerweerd, R.; Madden, S.; Mance, D.; Martín, V.; Martin-Porqueras, F.; Mateos, I.; McNamara, P.; Mendes, J.; Mendes, L.; Moroni, A.; Nofrarias, M.; Paczkowski, S.; Perreur-Lloyd, M.; Petiteau, A.; Pivato, P.; Plagnol, E.; Prat, P.; Ragnit, U.; Ramos-Castro, J.; Reiche, J.; Perez, J.A.R.; Robertson, D.; Rozemeijer, H.; Russano, G.; Sarra, P.; Schleicher, A.; Slutsky, J.; Sopuerta, C.F.; Sumner, T.; Texier, D.; Thorpe, J.; Trenkel, C.; Tu, H.B.; Vetrugno, D.; Vitale, S.; Wanner, G.; Ward, H.; Waschke, S.; Wass, P.; Wealthy, D.; Wen, S.; Weber, W.; Wittchen, A.; Zanoni, C.; Ziegler, T.; Zweifel, P. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2015)
    LISA Pathfinder (LPF), the second of the European Space Agency's Small Missions for Advanced Research in Technology (SMART), is a dedicated technology validation mission for future spaceborne gravitational wave detectors, ...