Dipongkar Talukder, PhD Department of Physics University of Oregon Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Résumé, Curriculum Vitae
Research My primary research interest is in the area of gravitational-wave astronomy. I am also interested about data science, mathematical modeling, and software development in general. I have been working within the LIGO Scientific Collaboration since 2007. I analyze LIGO data to characterize detectors and search for gravitational waves from various astrophysical sources. Some of the notable contributions include:
Improved methods to search for long-duration gravitational waves from localized sources in the sky.
Measuring neutron-star ellipticity with the measurements of stochastic gravitational-wave background.
Blind hierarchical coherent search for gravitational-wave signals from coalescing compact binaries.
Improved coincident and coherent detection statistics for searches for gravitational-wave ringdown signals.
Machine learning for gravitational-wave searches of black hole binary coalescence.
Infrastructure for low-latency searches for gravitational waves produced in association with gamma-ray bursts.
Software system to automatically monitor the activity of thousands of auxiliary data streams of LIGO.
Automation of vetting gravitational-wave candidate events using Physical Environment Monitoring system.