2016 Lecture Tour

For Promoting Gravitaitonal Wave Science & LIGO-India Project

Research institutes 

  • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai
  • Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad
  • Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar
  • Inter University Center for Astronomy-Astrophysics, Pune

Universities

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
  • Delhi University, New Delhi
  • Visva-Bharati, West Bengal
  • Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara
 

Speaking engagements

  1. “Fate of Einstein’s Legacy and Black-Hole Collisions”,
    Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, India,
    January, 2016

  2. “Final Product of A Binary Black-Hole System”,
    Center for Theoretical Physics, Jamia Milia Islamia University, India,
    January, 2014

  3. “How Binary Black-Hole System Lose Hair”, 
    Young Researcher’s Conclave,  Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, India,
    January, 2014

  4. “Some Ideas on Quantum Gravity Phenomenology”,
    Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada,
    July, 2010 

  5. “Testing the No-Hair Theorem of General Relativity”,
    Cardiff University, UK,
    July, 2009

  6. “Effect of Initial Orientation on The Sensitivity Pattern of LISA”,
    Cardiff University, UK,
    July, 2009

  7. “Choosing The Initial LISA Orbital Configuration”,
    Poster, For the Future Campaign Kickoff, Pennsylvania State University, USA,
    August, 2010

 
 

Conferences

  1. “Final Results from Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Binaries in First Observing Run of Advanced LIGO”,
    LIGO-Virgo Conference, Scotland,
    September, 2016

  2. “Confronting Numerical Relativity With Nature: A model-independent characterization of binary black-hole systems in LIGO”,
    American Physical Society Meeting, USA,
    April, 2016

  3. “First Detection of Black Holes”,
    Poster, Career, Research, Innovation and Development Conference 2016, USA,
    March, 2016

  4. “Update on Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Search in Advanced LIGO”,
    LIGO-Virgo Conference, USA,
    September, 2015

  5. “Burst Search for Intermediate-Mass Binary Black Holes in Engineering Run-7”,
    LIGO-Virgo Conference, Hungary,
    September, 2015

  6. “Learning About Generic Binary Black Hole Simulations”,
    18th East Coast Gravity Meeting, Rochester Institute of Technology ,
    May, 2015 

  7. “Precessing Binary Black-Holes and Their Spin Formulas”,
    American Physical Society Meeting, USA,
    April, 2014

  8. “Investigating Black-Hole Dynamics”,
    Poster, Georgia Tech Research and Innovation Conference, USA,
    April, 2014

  9. “Final Spin of A Binary Black-Hole System”,
    Gravitational Wave Physics & Astronomy Workshop at Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune, India,
    December, 2013

  10. “Choosing The Initial LISA Orbital Configuration”,
    Poster, The Spring Undergraduate Research Exhibition, Pennsylvania State University, USA,
    April, 2010

  11.  “Choosing The Initial LISA Orbital Configuration”,
    Poster, The Fifth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Pennsylvania State University, USA,
    February, 2010

  12.   “Choosing The Initial LISA Orbital Configuration”,
    Poster, American Physical Society Meeting, USA,
    February, 2010

  13. “Pointing Space Based Gravitational Wave Telescope”,
    Poster - First Prize, Spring Undergraduate Research Exhibition, Pennsylvania State University, USA,
    April, 2009

  14. “Sensing the Sensitivity of LISA”,
    Poster, The Fourth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Pennsylvania State University, USA,
    February, 2009

  15. “Sensing the Sensitivity of LISA”,
    Poster, Sigma Pi Sigma Quadrennial Congress 2008, Fermi National Laboratory, Chicago, USA,
    November, 2008

  16. “Antenna Pattern of LISA”,
    Poster, Eberly College of Science Graduate & Undergraduate Research Fair, Pennsylvania State University, USA,
    October, 2008