Astrophysics, Data Analysis

My most recent work at the Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) in Italy is focused on the development of new data analysis methods for the Einstein Telescope, a next-generation gravitational wave observatory planned for 2030s. Prior to starting my position at the GSSI, I worked at Swinburne University with Prof. Ryan Shannon on the search for the nanohertz-frequency gravitational-wave background with pulsar timing arrays. In 2020 I have been awarded a Ph.D. degree at Monash University, where I worked with Prof. Eric Thrane and Dr. Xingjiang Zhu. My thesis is titled "Neutron stars as gravitational wave emitters and detectors". The thesis is related to gravitational-wave searches with ground-based interferometers (LIGO) and pulsar timing arrays (PPTA). 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 for the Lomonosov satellite.

Recent Work

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