Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
(Use the Heading 3, not boldface, setting for the line with your name on it.)

P. Ajith

Is a senior postdoc at Caltech (LIGO and Theoretical Astrophysics group) and works on gravitational-wave astronomy and source modeling of coalescing compact binaries.

Theocharis Apostolatos

is an assistant professor at the University of Athens, Greece. He works on analytical metrics for the exterior of neutron stars, NS-multipole moments,
and GW from non-GR EMRIs.

Enrico Barausse

CITA national fellow at the University of Guelph (Canada), works on phenomenological waveform models (EOB), Post Newtonian theory, modified gravity theories

Edo Berger

Is an associate professor at Harvard University and works on gamma-ray bursts and time-domain astrophysics.

Duncan Brown

is an associate professor at Syracuse University and works on gravitational-wave astronomy of compact binary coalescence.

Alessandra Buonanno

is a physics professor at the University of Maryland and works on the analytical modeling of the dynamics and gravitational-wave emission of compact binary systems.

Laura Cadonati

is an associate professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and works on gravitational wave transients in LIGO and Virgo

Stephen Fairhurst

is a Royal Society University Research Fellow at Cardiff University and works on gravitational wave searches for compact binary coalescence.

Francois Foucart

is a post-doctoral fellow at CITA (Toronto) working on general relativistic simulations of compact objects mergers within the SXS collaboration.

Chris Fragile

is an associate professor at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC. He works primarily on MHD simulations of black hole accretion in a fixed (Kerr) metric.

Chris Fryer

is an Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He works on the theoretical understanding of supernovae and gamma-ray bursts.

Bruno Giacomazzo

is a research associate at JILA (University of Colorado Boulder), and works on numerical simulations of compact objects (neutron stars and black holes).

Mark Hannam

is an STFC Advanced Fellow at Cardiff University, and works on numerical simulations of black-hole mergers, and gravitational-wave modelling.

Tanja Hinderer

is a postdoc at UMD working on modelling compact binary inspirals

Atish Kamble

is a postdoc at UWM Center for Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics working on aspects of GRB afterglows, supernovae and radio transients.

David Kaplan

is an assistant professor at the UWM Center for Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics and works on development of new radio arrays as well as observations of compact objects.

Larry Kidder

is a Senior Research Associate at Cornell University working on general relativistic simulations of compact binary mergers within the SXS collaboration.

Luis Lehner

is a professor at the University of Guelph and associate faculty of the Perimeter Institute, and works on gravitational wave astronomy and electromagnetic
counterparts of compact binary systems.

Alexandre Le Tiec

is a postdoc at University of Maryland working on gravitational-wave source modeling.

Raffaella Margutti

is a post-doc at Harvard University and works on the high-energy (UV, X-ray,Gamma-ray) properties of Supernovae and Gamma-ray Bursts

Brian Metzger

is a postdoc at Princeton University, and works on a variety of topics in high energy astrophysics, including the EM counterparts of compact binary coalescence.

David Neilsen

is a professor at Brigham Young University and works on compact object binaries and EM counterparts using numerical relativity.

Richard O'Shaughnessy

is a research associate at the UWM Center for Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics and works on gravitational-wave astrophysics of compact binary coalescence.

Carlos Palenzuela

is a postdoc in the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Physics, at the University of Toronto, and works on the numerical modeling of sources of gravitational waves and their electromagnetic counterparts.

Larne Pekowsky

is a postdoc at the Center for Relativistic Astrophysics at Georgia Tech, working on using results from Numerical Relativity to improve the efficiency of ground-based gravitational-wave searches. This includes the NINJA project.

Jocelyn Read

is an assistant professor at Cal State University Fullerton, and works on neutron-star astrophysics involving dense matter, particularly neutron-star binaries and gravitational waves.

Re'em Sari

is a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and works on EM counterparts of GRBs, shock breakouts from SNe and TDE.

B.S. Sathyaprakash

is a professor at Cardiff University, UK, and works on gravitational waves (extracting science from gravitational-wave observations, source modelling, algorithm development, and data analysis), cosmology and large-scale structure.

Mark Scheel

is a Senior Research Associate at Caltech, and works on numerical relativity within the SXS collaboration

Josiah Schwab

is a graduate student at Berkeley (with E. Quataert) and is interested in the evolution of disks formed by compact binary mergers.

Gang Shen

is a research associate in National Institute for Nuclear Theory at University of Washington. He works primarily on equation of state for dense matter and associated neutrino interactions for core-collpase supernova and neutron stars.

Deirdre Shoemaker

is an associate professor at the Center for Relativistic Astrophysics at Georgia Tech working on compact binaries and their gravitational wave signatures.

Andrea Taracchini

is a graduate student at University of Maryland (with A. Buonanno), working on analytical modelling of black hole binaries.

Manuel Tiglio

is an assistant professor at the University of Maryland, working on computational relativity, reduced order modeling, and gravitational waves.

Eleonora Troja

is a postdoc at NASA/GSFC, working with the Swift and Fermi teams on GRBs and afterglows observations.

Nicolas Yunes

is an Asst. Professor at Montana State University, and works on analytical relativity, focusing on black hole and neutron star inspirals both within
and outside of General Relativity.

Ashley Zauderer

is a postdoc at Harvard University and works on radio followup of gamma ray bursts, including short GRBs.