Symmetries of spacetime infinitely far away from gravitational fields may hint at new laws of nature
I am now based at the Gran Sasso Science Institute () in Italy and I am mainly involved in early stages of planning for the Einstein Telescope (ET), a European gravitational wave observatory of the 2030s. Additionally, I work on searches for nanohertz-frequency gravitational waves with pulsar timing arrays. I obtained a degree at Monash University in Australia. There, I performed searches for persistent gravitational waves from sources like spherically asymmetric neutron stars. I also investigated timing noise properties of millisecond pulsars, rapidly rotating neutron stars which are employed as precise clocks that form pulsar timing arrays, galactic-scale detectors for nanohertz gravitational waves. Earlier, in 2015, I graduated with a joint BSc-MSc degree from the Physics Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University, where my work was on gamma-ray burst instrumentation.
Is the common-spectrum process observed with pulsar timing arrays a precursor to the detection?