General Relativity and Gravitation Topical Collection
It's been a long summer!
EHT and two binary mergers in LIGO
International Society on General Relativity and Gravitation
Astro2020 Decadal Survey
Or, how a single gravitational-wave measurement could find out if light bosons exist
Book review for Physics Today
This list will be kept updated
...ask what ground-based detectors can do for LISA
Bloomberg Center of Physics & Astronomy, Oct 29-Nov 7 2018
First joint meeting of the Study Teams on August 27-29, 2018
Moving to Baltimore...
39 DGRAV-cosponsored sessions!
Editor's Choice in General Relativity and Gravitation
New Physical Review Letter paper with Hector O. Silva et al.
Exploring Extreme Gravity with LISA: Developing a Science Case for Tests of General Relativity
Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement Award
New Physical Review Letter with Pedro Cunha and Carlos Herdeiro
No time to celebrate LIGO's Nobel prize - we have work to do!
Work with Richard Brito, Shrobona Ghosh et al. in Physical Review Letters
Physical Review D Editors' Suggestion
Understanding Compact Binary Star Formation with the First Gravitational Wave Detections
Time to say goodbye...
More than 10 visitors before and after the StronG BaD workshop
From Classical and Quantum Gravity
Visiting House and Senate in DC
I will join as Divisional Associate Editor for Gravitational Physics
Strong Gravity and Binary Dynamics with Gravitational Wave Observations
A 2015 CQG Highlight, a PRD Editors' Suggestion, a new PRL
ICTS (Bangalore), July 25-August 5, 2016
Burke Institute (Caltech), July 19-21, 2016
Application deadline is June 30
Election results are out
Advanced LIGO hears merging black holes
NASA participation in ESA's gravitational-wave mission
Topical Review published in Classical and Quantum Gravity
Which eLISA designs will teach us the most about massive black holes?
Tensor-multi-scalar paper is featured in CQG+
I was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society
Black hole binaries with oppositely aligned spins can be unstable
Hector's paper is featured in CQG+
I have a new website! Thanks to Leo Stein's patience in teaching me jekyll.