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  • NSF reviews of LIGO | Caltech | MIT
    for GW from Binary Black Hole Inspirals in LIGO Data Search for GW from Primordial Black Hole Binary Coalescences in the Galactic Halo A First Comparison Between LIGO and VIRGO Inspiral Search Pipelines II Burst Analysis Upper Limits from the LIGO and TAMA Detectors on the Rate of GW Bursts Upper Limits on GW Bursts in LIGO Second Science Run III Periodic Source Analysis Write up of Einstein HOme results using S3 data Coherent Searches for Periodic GW from Unknown Isolated Sources and Scorpius X 1 Results from the Second LIGO Science Run First All sky Upper Limits from LIGO on the Strength of Periodic GW Using the Hough Transform Limits of GW Emission from Selected Pulsars Using LIGO Data Setting Upper Limits of the Strength of Periodic GW Using the First Science Data from the GEO600 and LIGO Detectors IV Stochastic Background Analysis Method paper Isotropic Upper Limit S4 Directional Search H1 H2 Low Frequency Search Enhanced LIGO Advanced LIGO I General AdvLIGO Reference Design II Lasers Nd YAG Ring Laser with 213 W Linearly Polarised Fundamental Mode Output Power Laser Power Stabilisation for Second Generation GW Detectors III Optics Optimized Multilayer Dielectric Mirror Coatings for GW Interferometers Flat Top Beam Profile Cavity Prototype Measurement of Optical Response of a Detuned Resonant Sideband Extraction Interferometer Suppression of Self Induced Depolarization of High Power Laser Radiation in Glass Based Faraday Isolators Compensation of Thermally Induced Modal Distortions in Faraday Isolators Adaptive Beam Shaping by Controlled Thermal Lensing in Optical Elements Silica Suspension and Coating Developments for Advanced LIGO Analysis of Parametric Oscillatory Instability in Signal Recycled LIGO Interferometer Experimental Measurements of Mechanical Dissipation Associated with Dielectric Coatings Formed Using SiO2 Ta2O5 and Al2O3 Measurement of Low Absorption Sample of OH Reduced Fused Silica IV Suspensions and Seismic Isolation Characterisation of

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  • Overview - About - LIGO SURF Program
    inquire if they wish to participate in Caltech s WAVE program or to be considered for a Carl Albert Rouse Fellowship or a Victor M Blanco Felliwship See the WAVE page for details The LIGO Project is an NSF supported endeavor to design build and operate an astrophysical observatory for the detection and study of gravitational radiation The observatory includes two sites Hanford Washington and Livingston Parish Louisiana with laser interferometric detector systems More about LIGO and gravitational waves The aim of the LIGO Summer Undergraduate Research Program is to organize the participation of undergraduate students in research associated with the LIGO Project Program requirements and expectations LIGO SURF program at the Caltech SURF website Location Students in the LIGO Summer Program reside either at Caltech or one of the LIGO sites in Washington and Louisiana Range of projects LIGO research projects may cover many areas of science and engineering related to the detection of gravitational radiation including Laboratory projects in mechanical laser optical and electronic systems Modeling and analysis of optomechanical systems Software development projects including searching LIGO data for gravitational wave signals from astrophysical sources Modeling of astrophysical sources of gravitational radiation Mentors LIGO Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows

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  • Current and past projects - About - LIGO SURF Program
    Project reports WAVE Learn more About Home about projects Projects Abstracts of 2015 Projects Past projects The LIGO Summer Undergraduate Research Program has been in existence since 1997 Project titles and abstracts from recent years are available from the links below 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Quick links How to apply Submit an application FAQ Current projects Opportunities for underrepresented minorities Logistics Project reports Resources LIGO Project LIGO Scientific Collaboration

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  • Related REU programs - About - LIGO SURF Program
    internships in Physics and Astronomy including gravitational wave detection LIGO numerical relativity and general relativity UMN REU Program The REU at the University of Minnesota School of Physics and Astronomy covers all areas of physics including gravitational wave detection and observational and theoretical astrophysics NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards In Canada the National Science and Engineering Research Council NSERC funds undergraduate student research awards USRAs Opportunities for work in gravitational

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  • Testimonials - About - LIGO SURF Program
    Learn more About Home about testimonials Testimonials LIGO REU SURF program participants August 2013 Caltech Image Caltech MIT LIGO Lab Quick links How to apply Submit an application FAQ Current projects Opportunities for underrepresented minorities Logistics Project reports Resources LIGO

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  • Contact - LIGO SURF Program
    Applicants Eligibility amp deadlines FAQ APPLY Fellows Logistics Project reports WAVE Learn more About Home about contact Contact Professor Alan Weinstein Division of Physics Mathematics and Astronomy Caltech 100 36 Pasadena CA 91125 ligosurf ligo caltech edu Group website Quick links How to apply Submit an application FAQ Current projects Opportunities for underrepresented minorities Logistics Project reports Resources LIGO Project LIGO Scientific Collaboration Contact Prof Alan Weinstein Division of Physics

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  • Overview - Apply - LIGO SURF Program
    research fellows will take place in late February or early March Eligibility requirements for Caltech students To be eligible for SURF you must Be a continuing undergraduate student Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2 0 Complete the third term at Caltech or at another school under a program approved by a Dean Be eligible for fall term registration before beginning your SURF project and no later than July 1 Not be under any disciplinary sanction Eligibility requirements for non Caltech students To be eligible for SURF you must Be a continuing undergraduate student Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2 5 4 0 Complete a full year of undergraduate education at your college or university including at least one full year course in undergraduate physics Not be under any disciplinary sanction Students at institutions in India Students at institutions in India should review the information here for opportunities in GW research in India and should apply for summer internships with LIGO Laboratory here Students from India typically must arrive and leave 2 3 weeks earlier than our normal program dates and we try to accommodate that Deadlines and important dates The 2015 LIGO Summer Program will run

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  • FAQ - Apply - LIGO SURF Program
    the start date A Probably not at Caltech maybe at the LIGO sites Caltech is on a quarter system and the dorms are fully occupied the end of the academic year Thus we usually cannot house summer students before the program start date Q Can I work longer than 10 weeks A Possibly this needs to be worked out with your mentor after you ve been accepted and depends on your project If you work longer than 10 weeks you will be paid accordingly Q If I don t have both recommendations letters in time can I still send in my application A Partial applications will be considered as long as they arrive before the application deadline It s better to send us something on time than a complete application late Late applications will not be considered except in special circumstance Q Do you take rising sophomores who will be sophomores next year into your program A We usually take one or two rising sophomores each year Most projects benefit from having a more extensive physics background however so we tend to give preference to rising juniors and seniors Q Do you take international students A Yes Some of our

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