Evaluating data analysis challenges in the 3G detector era and discussing the solutions
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 withand . My thesis is titled " ". The thesis is related to gravitational-wave searches with ground-based interferometers ( ) and pulsar timing arrays ( ). 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 .
A possible precursor for the detection of nanohertz gravitational waves or unmodeled pulsar noise?