Eiichi Hirose, Ph.D.

2008 Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Gravitational Waves
"Eiichi Hirose"
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Peter Reed Saulson grad student 2008 Syracuse
 (A study of angular instability due to radiation pressure in LIGO gravitational wave detector.)
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Michimura Y, Komori K, Enomoto Y, et al. (2020) Prospects for improving the sensitivity of the cryogenic gravitational wave detector KAGRA Physical Review D. 102: 22008
Hirose E, Billingsley G, Zhang L, et al. (2020) Characterization of Core Optics in Gravitational-Wave Detectors: Case Study of KAGRA Sapphire Mirrors Physical Review Applied. 14: 14021
Akutsu T, Ando M, Arai K, et al. (2020) Overview of KAGRA: Detector design and construction history Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics
Akutsu T, Ando M, Arai K, et al. (2020) Application of independent component analysis to the iKAGRA data Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics. 2020
Akutsu T, Ando M, Araya A, et al. (2020) The status of KAGRA underground cryogenic gravitational wave telescope Arxiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology. 1342: 12014
Akutsu T, Ando M, Arai K, et al. (2020) An arm length stabilization system for KAGRA and future gravitational-wave detectors Classical and Quantum Gravity. 37: 35004
Somiya K, Hirose E, Michimura Y. (2019) Influence of nonuniformity in sapphire substrates for a gravitational wave telescope Physical Review D. 100
Akutsu T, Ando M, Arai K, et al. (2019) First cryogenic test operation of underground km-scale gravitational-wave observatory KAGRA Classical and Quantum Gravity. 36: 165008
Abbott BP, Abbott R, Abbott TD, et al. (2018) Prospects for observing and localizing gravitational-wave transients with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA. Living Reviews in Relativity. 21: 3
Akutsu T, Ando M, Araki S, et al. (2018) Construction of KAGRA: an Underground Gravitational Wave Observatory Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics. 2018: 1
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