Alexander H. Nitz

2015 Astrophysics Physics Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
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Nitz AH, Wang YF. (2021) Search for Gravitational Waves from the Coalescence of Subsolar-Mass Binaries in the First Half of Advanced LIGO and Virgo's Third Observing Run. Physical Review Letters. 127: 151101
Nitz AH, Wang YF. (2021) Search for Gravitational Waves from High-Mass-Ratio Compact-Binary Mergers of Stellar Mass and Subsolar Mass Black Holes. Physical Review Letters. 126: 021103
Abbott R, Abbott TD, Abraham S, et al. (2020) GW190521: A Binary Black Hole Merger with a Total Mass of 150  M_{⊙}. Physical Review Letters. 125: 101102
Nitz AH, Schäfer M, Canton TD. (2020) Gravitational-wave Merger Forecasting: Scenarios for the Early Detection and Localization of Compact-binary Mergers with Ground-based Observatories The Astrophysical Journal. 902: L29
Nitz AH, Dent T, Davies GS, et al. (2020) A Search for Gravitational Waves from Binary Mergers with a Single Observatory The Astrophysical Journal. 897: 169
Nitz AH, Dent T, Davies GS, et al. (2020) 2-OGC: Open Gravitational-wave Catalog of Binary Mergers from Analysis of Public Advanced LIGO and Virgo Data The Astrophysical Journal. 891: 123
Nitz AH, Lenon A, Brown DA. (2020) Search for Eccentric Binary Neutron Star Mergers in the First and Second Observing Runs of Advanced LIGO The Astrophysical Journal. 890: 1
Schäfer MB, Ohme F, Nitz AH. (2020) Detection of gravitational-wave signals from binary neutron star mergers using machine learning Physical Review D. 102
Davies GS, Dent T, Tápai M, et al. (2020) Extending the PyCBC search for gravitational waves from compact binary mergers to a global network Physical Review D. 102
Lenon AK, Nitz AH, Brown DA. (2020) Measuring the eccentricity of GW170817 and GW190425 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 497: 1966-1971
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