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Kip S. Thorne grad student 1998 Caltech
 (Gravitational-wave Astronomy : Aspects of the Theory of Binary Sources and Interferometric Detectors.)

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Ryan Nathan Lang grad student 2009 MIT
Leo C Stein grad student 2006-2012 MIT
Sarah J. Vigeland grad student 2006-2012 MIT
Nicolas Yunes post-doc 2010-2011 MIT
Niels Warburton post-doc 2014-2016 MIT (MathTree)
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Baibhav V, Barack L, Berti E, et al. (2021) Probing the nature of black holes: Deep in the mHz gravitational-wave sky. Experimental Astronomy. 51: 1385-1416
Chua AJK, Katz ML, Warburton N, et al. (2021) Rapid Generation of Fully Relativistic Extreme-Mass-Ratio-Inspiral Waveform Templates for LISA Data Analysis. Physical Review Letters. 126: 051102
Datta S, Brito R, Bose S, et al. (2020) Tidal heating as a discriminator for horizons in extreme mass ratio inspirals Physical Review D. 101: 44004
Gralla SE, Hughes SA, Warburton N. (2020) Corrigendum: Inspiral into Gargantua (2016 Class. Quantum Grav. 33 155002) Classical and Quantum Gravity. 37: 109501
Barausse E, Berti E, Hertog T, et al. (2020) Prospects for fundamental physics with LISA General Relativity and Gravitation. 52
Hughes SA, Apte A, Khanna G, et al. (2019) Learning about Black Hole Binaries from their Ringdown Spectra. Physical Review Letters. 123: 161101
Bonga B, Yang H, Hughes SA. (2019) Tidal Resonance in Extreme Mass-Ratio Inspirals. Physical Review Letters. 123: 101103
Apte A, Hughes SA. (2019) Exciting black hole modes via misaligned coalescences. I. Inspiral, transition, and plunge trajectories using a generalized Ori-Thorne procedure Physical Review D. 100
Hughes SA. (2019) Bound orbits of a slowly evolving black hole Physical Review D. 100
Holz DE, Hughes SA, Schutz BF. (2018) Measuring cosmic distances with standard sirens Physics Today. 71: 34-40
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