## Profiles: Overview

### Dr. Matthew Adams

Phillips Exeter Academy

My research focus is in data analysis. I create algorithms for disentangling noise from the various stochastic signals and individually resolvable sources present in eLISA data. I am...

### Dr Asad Ali

Department of Space Science, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan

My work relates to developing statistical methods by which the highly complex signals from eLISA can be deciphered and understood.

### Dr. Pau Amaro Seoane

Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute)

Pau is the group leader of the astrophysics group at the AEI, and he studies with both analytical and numerical techniques the major role that galactic nuclei play in the interaction between a...

### Kavli Fellow Mustafa Amin

University of Cambridge/Kavli Institute for Cosmology at Cambridge

Our understanding of the universe between the end of inflaiton and the beginning of Big Bang Nucleosynethesis (BBN) is incomplete. Given the thermal state of the universe by BBN, gravitational...

### Abhishek Anchal

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.

I am working in the area of Squeezed state generation as a part of my PhD thesis. I have simulated a unique approach to generate squeezed state at 1550nm in highly nonlinear optical fiber. We use...

### Doctor Sofiane Aoudia

Albert Einstein Institute - Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics

- Astrophysical Relativity - Equation of Motion in General Relativity - Gravitational Wave Searches and Data Analysis

### Prof. Pedro Avelino

Centro de Astrofísica, Universidade do Porto, Rua das Estrelas, 4150-762 Porto, Portugal

Constraining the stochastic gravitational wave background generated by cosmic strings and other topological defects.

### Dr Anastasios Avgoustidis

University of Nottingham

My work within the eLISA Cosmology Working Group focuses on: Primordial Tensor Modes from Inflationary Physics Gravitational Waves from Topological Defects, in particular Cosmic Strings and...

### Dr David Bacon

Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth

I am interested in gravitational wave sources as a means to study the expansion history of the Universe. I have considered the impact of gravitational lensing on these waves (Shapiro, Bacon et al...

### Mr. Jonathon Tyler Baird

Imperial College London

I am working on LISA Pathfinder as a data analyst, and based in Imperial College London. I am interested in fundamental physics and the space weather environment, and come from an astrophysics...

### John Baker

NASA-GSFC

I am interested in all aspects of space-based gravitational wave astronomy, though I expect to be more involved in theoretical, astrophysical, and data analysis work than instrumental development....

### Dr Tessa Baker

University of Oxford (Astrophysics)

I work on testing alternative theories of gravity that have been put forwards to explain the accelerated expansion of the universe. In partciular, I work on model-independent tests of gravity: in...

### Dr. Simon Barke

University of Florida

Frequency generation, distribution, and inter-spacecraft clock-tone transfer for LISA/eLISA.

### Dr. Tiago Barreiro

Universidade Lusófona

My main research focus is on dark energy models. I am particularly interested in models with couplings between dark energy and dark matter as well as modifications of general relativity at large...

### Dr. Nicola Bartolo

Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, ``G. Galilei'', Universita` degli Studi di Padova, Italy and INFN, Sezione di Padova, via Marzolo 8, I-35131, Padova, Italy

My main research interests are in: Cosmology, physics of the early universe, primordial gravitational waves, inflation, modified gravity, dark energy. Cosmology, primordial gravitational waves, dark...