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Dr. Ian Harry

Am Mühlenberg 1

14476 Potsdam-Golm

Dr. Ian Harry

Dr. Ian Harry

Dr. Ian Harry

Position:

Postdoktorand/-in

Telefonnummer:

  • +49 331 567-7243

Faxnummer:

  • +49 331 567-7298

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Raum:

1.66

Forschungsinteressen

I am interested in using Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo to observe compact binary coalescences and using these observations to make inferences about the underlying physics of the most compact objects seen in nature. I would like to work on developing and improving the software that is used to observe these sources. I would like to explore what science could be extracted both with single observations and with a large population of gravitational-wave signals. I am also interested in the potential for conducting "multi-messenger astronomy" where coincident information from gravitational wave and electromagnetic observations are used to better understand the sources being observed.

List of publications

Short author publications:
• “Investigating the effect of precession on searches for neutron-star-black-hole binaries with Advanced LIGO” I. Harry, A. Nitz, D. Brown, A. Lundgren, E. Ochsner, D. Keppel. Phys.Rev. D89 (2014) 024010
• “Accuracy of gravitational waveform models for observing neutron-star–black-hole binaries in Advanced LIGO” A. Nitz, A. Lundgren, D. Brown, E. Ochsner, D. Keppel, I. Harry. Phys.Rev. D88 (2013) 124039
• “When can gravitational-wave observations distinguish between black holes and neutron stars?” M. Hannam, D. Brown, S. Fairhurst, C. Fryer and I. Harry. Astrophys.J. 766 (2013) L14
• “Detecting binary neutron star systems with spin in advanced gravitational-wave detectors.” D. Brown, I. Harry, A. Lundgren and A. Nitz. Phys.Rev. D86 (2012) 084017
• “Searching for gravitational waves from binary coalescence” S. Babak, ...., I. Harry et al.. Phys.Rev. D87 (2013) 024033
• “A coherent triggered search for single spin compact binary coalescences in gravitational wave data.” I. Harry and S. Fairhurst. Phys.Rev. D83 (2011) 084002
• “A targeted coherent search for gravitational waves from compact binary coalescences.” I. Harry and S. Fairhurst. Phys.Rev. D83 (2011) 084002
• “A Stochastic template placement algorithm for gravitational wave data analysis.”. I. Harry, B.Allen and B.S. Sathyaprakash. Phys.Rev.D80:104014,2009
• “Template banks to search for compact binaries with spinning components in gravitational wave data.”. C Van Den Broeck, D. Brown, T. Cokelear, I. Harry, G. Jones, B.S. Sathyaprakash, H. Tagoshi, H. Takahashi. Phys.Rev.D80:024009,2009
• “The Mock LISA Data Challenges: From Challenge 1B to Challenge 3.” S. Babak, ...., I. Harry et al.. Class.Quant.Grav.25:184026,2008
• “A Hierarchical search for gravitational waves from supermassive black hole binary mergers.”. I.Harry, S.Fairhurst, B.S. Sathyaprakash. Class.Quant.Grav.25:184027,2008.

LSC-Virgo publications:
As a member of the LIGO scientific collaboration my name has appeared on many papers published with the full LIGO author list. Here I list the papers to which I have a made a significant contribution.
• “The NINJA-2 project: Detecting and characterizing gravitational waveform s modelled using numerical binary black hole simulations.”J. Aasi et al.. Class.Quant.Grav. 31 (2014) 115004. I am the corresponding author on this work.
• “Search for gravitational waves associated with gamma-ray bursts detected by the InterPlane- tary Network” J. Aasi et al.. Phys.Rev.Lett. 113 (2014) 011102
• “Search for gravitational waves associated with gamma-ray bursts during LIGO science run 6 and Virgo science runs 2 and 3” J.Abadie et al.. Astrophys. J. 760 (2012) 12
• “Search for Gravitational Waves from Low Mass Compact Binary Coalescence in LIGO’s Sixth Science Run and Virgo’s Science Runs 2 and 3”. J.Abadie et al.. Phys. Rev D85 (2012) 082002
• “Search for Gravitational Waves from Compact Binary Coalescence in LIGO and Virgo Data from S5 and VSR1”. J.Abadie et al. Phys.Rev.D82:102001:2010
• “Search for gravitational-wave inspiral signals associated with short Gamma-Ray Bursts during LIGO’s fifth and Virgo’s first science run”. J.Abadie et al. Astrophys.J.:715:1453:2010
• “Search for Gravitational Waves from Low Mass Compact Binary Coalescence in 186 Days of LIGO’s fifth Science Run”. B.Abbott et al. Phys.Rev.D80:047101,2009

Papers in preparation:
• “A search for gravitational waves associated with short gamma-ray bursts” A. R. Williamson, S. Fairhurst, I. Harry, E. Macdonald, D. Macleod, V. Predoi, P. Sutton.
• “Prospects for joint gravitational wave and gamma-ray burst observations” J. Clark, H. Evans, S. Fairhurst, I. Harry, E. Macdonald, D. Macleod, P. Sutton, A. Williamson.
• “A fully-coherent all-sky search for gravitational-waves from compact binary coalescences” S. Fairhurst, I. Harry, E. Macdonald, D. Macleod, V. Predoi, P. Sutton, A. R. Williamson.
• “Improvement of Search Method for Gravitational-Waves Associated with Short Gamma-Ray Bursts using Machine Learning Techniques” K. Kim, Y-M. Kim, H.K. Lee, J. Oh, S. H. Oh, E.Son, I. Harry and K. Hodge.

You can find a list of all my publications (including all LVC publications) on INSPIRE and in the ADS database.

Vita

I am a post-doctoral research associate at the AEI-Potsdam. I did my PhD in Cardiff, UK under Stephen Fairhurst and B.S. Sathyaprakash, which was focused on searching for compact binary coalescences in data from initial LIGO and Virgo. I then did a 3-year postdoc at Syracuse under Duncan Brown and Peter Saulson before moving to Potsdam.

Organisationseinheit (Abteilung, Gruppe, Einrichtung):

  • Astrophysikalische und Kosmologische Relativitätstheorie
  • Standort Potsdam-Golm
 
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