For a popular science level
introduction, check out my article for Caltech Letters on gravitational
waves, numerical relativity, and surrogate models.

Image credit: SXS.

Animations of precessing black hole binaries. You can make one yourself! Paper: 1811.06552

First evidence for large recoil kicks
from stellar-mass binary black hole mergers.

Paper: 2201.01302.
Press: New Scientist,
Discover.

First hints of spin-orbit resonances in the binary black hole population.

Paper: 2107.09693.
Press:
Cornell,
Ars Technica.

Method for measuring kicks from gravitational wave signals.

Paper: 2002.00296.
Press: Cornell, Inside Science.

Improved measurements of binary black hole orbital-plane spin orientations.

Paper: 2107.09692.

Data-driven waveform models that can accurately reproduce numerical relativity simulations.

Papers: 1812.07865, 1905.09300.

Predicting the final mass, spin, and recoil kicks of remnants of precessing binary black hole mergers.

Paper: 1809.09125.
Press: Caltech, Ole Miss.

Numerical relativity simulations of unstable binary black holes.

Paper: 2012.07147.

Improvements in solving the binary black hole initial value problem.

Papers: 1808.07490, 1808.08228.

Impact of higher order spherical harmonic modes on detection and parameter estimation with LIGO.

Papers: 1612.05608, 1409.2349.

Post-Newtonian templates for extreme mass ratio inspirals.

Paper: 1304.5675.