Drew G. Keppel, Ph.D., M.S.

2000-2004 Physics/Math University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
 2005-2009 Physics California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Gravitational Wave Physics
"Drew Keppel"

Keppel, Drew Garvin, Signatures and dynamics of compact binary coalescences and a search in LIGO's S5 data. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (2009).

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Kip S. Thorne grad student 2009 Caltech
Alan Jay Weinstein grad student 2005-2009 Caltech
 (Signatures and dynamics of compact binary coalescences and a search in LIGO's S5 data.)
Bruce Allen research scientist 2010-2013 Max Plank Insitiute for Graviational Physics


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Kipp Cannon collaborator Caltech
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Abbott BP, Abbott R, Abbott TD, et al. (2016) Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger. Physical Review Letters. 116: 061102
Aasi J, Abbott BP, Abbott R, et al. (2014) Search for gravitational waves associated with γ-ray bursts detected by the interplanetary network. Physical Review Letters. 113: 011102
Aasi J, Abadie J, Abbott BP, et al. (2014) Constraints on cosmic strings from the LIGO-Virgo gravitational-wave detectors. Physical Review Letters. 112: 131101
Abadie J, Abbott BP, Abbott R, et al. (2011) Directional limits on persistent gravitational waves using LIGO S5 science data. Physical Review Letters. 107: 271102
Abbott BP, Abbott R, et al. (2009) An upper limit on the stochastic gravitational-wave background of cosmological origin. Nature. 460: 990-4
Abbott BP, Abbott R, Adhikari R, et al. (2009) All-sky LIGO search for periodic gravitational waves in the early fifth-science-run data. Physical Review Letters. 102: 111102
Abbott B, Abbott R, Adhikari R, et al. (2008) Search for gravitational-wave bursts from soft gamma repeaters. Physical Review Letters. 101: 211102
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