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GW DETECTED! Check out:

Official Tsinghua press release;
Media report 1; Media report 2; Meida report 3;
Media report 4; Media report 5; Media report 6;

The LIGO Scientific Collaboration research group at Tsinghua University is led by Prof. Junwei Cao. The group is mainly focused on gravitational wave data analysis using advanced computing technologies.

recent news

2016 Beijing GW workshop

The forth Beijing Gravitational-wave Workshop is held during April 24-25, 2016, at Beijing Normal University. Researchers from Caltech, Glasgow, Australia, and Moscow joined the discussion. (5/1/2016)

GW detection announced

The LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration announced the first direct detection of gravitational waves from a binary black hole merger on Feb. 11, 2016. (2/12/2015)

AdvLIGO ready to go

The advanced LIGO is about ready for science runs. These gravitational wave interferometers will reach sensitivities that should make gravitational wave detections a routine occurrence. (10/1/2015)

Xilong Fan joined the group

Dr. Xilong Fan was a Royal Society Newton International Fellow at Institute for Gravitational Research, University of Glasgow. He is now a member of Tsinghua LSC research group.(9/28/2015)

Junwei Cao's MIT visit

Junwei Cao visited MIT/LIGO at Boston during September 3-10, 2015 and talked with Erik Katsavounidis on future work on cross-site job management in the LSC data grid. Possibility of applying Docker to LIGO data analysis was also discussed. (9/12/2015)

Gravitational Waves
Graphic courtesy / LIGO
Gravitational Waves

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