Online journal and scientific papers list for Astrophysics, General Relativity and Data Analysis.
The space-based Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) will be able to observe the gravitational-wave signals from systems comprised of a massive black hole and a stellar-mass compact object.
We perform a forecast analysis of the ability of the LISA space-based interferometer to reconstruct the dark sector interaction using gravitational wave (GW) standard sirens at high redshift.
Our work shows that a stochastic gravitational wave background from the electroweak (EW) phase transition detectable by LISA could allow for baryogenesis at the EW scale, and discuss the interplay of the two physical phenomena in the context of an extended Higgs sector (with two Higgs doublets).
We study the prospects of detection at terrestrial and space interferometers of a stochastic gravitational wave background which can be produced in models of axion inflation.
The recent detections of GW150914 and GW151226 imply an abundance of stellar-mass binary black hole (BBH) mergers in the local universe.
Third generation ground-based interferometers as well as the planned space-based interferometer LISA are expected to detect a plethora of gravitational wave signals from coalescing binaries at cosmological distance.
The characteristics of the gravitational waves generated during a first order phase transition, depend on the velocity of the bubble expansion. Here we analyse the link between particle models and bubble velocities at the time of the electroweak phase transition.
Radial fall has historically played a momentous role. It is one of the most classical problems, the solutions of which represent the level of understanding of gravitation in a given epoch.
We adopt the Dirac-Detweiler-Whiting radiative and regular effective field in curved spacetime.
Low-frequency gravitational-wave science with LISA
Binary sources and selected abstracts - GW Notes January to March 2009
Data Analysis and selected abstracts - GW Notes April to June 2009
Probing spacetime and selected abstracts - GW Notes July to September 2009
Massive Black Holes and selected abstracts: GW Notes October 2009 to March 2010
Fundamental physics and selected abstracts: GW Notes April to August 2010