Artist's sketch of accreting neutron star, a possible source of gravitational waves. Image: NASA.
Currently I pursue a PhD degree at Monash University and work within the LIGO collaboration. My supervisor is. My main project is to design and run an all-sky all-frequency model-independent search for persistent gravitational waves. I also work with on understanding noise properties of pulsars that can be used to detect a stochastic background of coalescing supermassive black holes. In 2015 I graduated with a Specialist Degree from the Faculty of Physics of Lomonosov Moscow State University, where I worked on calibration of space-based gamma-ray burst detectors. I am interested in Astrophysics, Cosmology and General Relativity.
Artist's representation of a GRB jets (NASA), and a 3D model of the Lomonosov satellite (MSU).