Publications

 

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Journal Publications


Self-force via Green functions and worldline integration

    Barry Wardell, CRG, Anil Zenginoglu, Marc Casals, Sam Dolan, and Adrian Ottewill

    (submitted to Phys. Rev. D) [arXiv: 1401.1506]


Fast prediction and evaluation of gravitational waveform using surrogate models

    Scott Field, CRG, Jan Hesthaven, Jason Kaye, and Manuel Tiglio

    (submitted to Phys. Rev. X) [arXiv: 1308.3565]


Gravitational self-force in the ultra-relativistic limit: The “large N” limit

    CRG and Rafael Porto

    JHEP 11, 096 (2013) [arXiv: 1302.4486]


The classical mechanics of non-conservative systems

  1. CRG

  2. Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 174301 (2013) [arXiv: 1210.2745]

  3. **Selected as an Editors’ Highlight. See Physics Synopsis and 2Physics.com blog article.


Oscillator-field model of moving mirrors in quantum optomechanics

    CRG, Ryan Behunin, and Bei-Lok Hu

    Phys. Rev. A 87, 043832 (2013) [arXiv: 1204.2569]


Reply to “Comment on ‘Finite size corrections to the radiation reaction force in classical electrodynamics’”

  1. CRG, Adam Leibovich, and Ira Rothstein

  2. Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 029502 (2012) [arXiv: 1206.4773]


Caustic echoes from a Schwarzschild black hole

  1. Anil Zenginoglu and CRG

  2. Phys. Rev. D 86, 064030 (2012) [arXiv: 1206.1109]


Towards beating the curse of dimensionality for gravitational waves using Reduced Basis

  1. Scott Field, CRG, and Evan Ochsner

  2. Phys. Rev. D 86, 084046 (2012) [arXiv: 1205.6009]


Radiation reaction at 3.5 post-Newtonian order in effective field theory

  1. CRG and Adam Leibovich

  2. Phys. Rev. D 86, 044029 (2012) [arXiv: 1205.3842]


Non-sky-averaged sensitivity curves for space-based gravitational-wave observatories

  1. Michele Vallisneri and CRG

  2. Class. Quant. Grav. 29, 124015 (2012) [arXiv: 1201.3684]


Reduced basis representations of multi-mode black hole ringdown gravitational waves

  1. Sarah Caudill, Scott Field, CRG, Frank Herrmann and Manuel Tiglio

  2. Class. Quant. Grav. 29, 095016 (2012) [arXiv: 1109.5642]

  3. **Selected by the Editorial Board among the highlights of 2011-12 “as a representation of some of the most interesting work in gravitational physics.”


A nonlinear scalar model of extreme mass ratio inspirals in effective field theory II. Scalar perturbations and a master source

  1. CRG,

  2. Class. Quant. Grav. 29, 015011 (2012) [arXiv: 1107.0766]


A nonlinear scalar model of extreme mass ratio inspirals in effective field theory I. Self force through third order

  1. CRG,

  2. Class. Quant. Grav. 29 015010 (2012) [arXiv: 1012.4488]


Reduced basis catalogs for gravitational wave templates

  1. Scott Field, CRG, Frank Herrmann, Jan Hesthaven, Evan Ochsner and Manuel Tiglio,

  2. Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 221102 (2011) [arXiv: 1101.3765]


Finite-size corrections to the radiation reaction in classical electrodynamics

  1. CRG, Adam Leibovich and Ira Rothstein,

  2. Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 094802 (2010) [arXiv: 1005.2617]


Statistical constraints on binary black hole inspiral dynamics

  1. CRG, Frank Herrmann, John Silberholz, Manuel Tiglio and Gustavo Guerberoff

  2. Class. Quant. Grav. 27, 245007 (2010) [arXiv: 1005.5660]


Radiation reaction and gravitational waves in the effective field theory approach

  1. CRG and Manuel Tiglio,

  2. Phys. Rev. D 79, 124027 (2009) [arXiv: 0903.1122]


Self-force on extreme mass ratio inspirals via curved space effective field theory

  1. CRG and Bei-Lok Hu,

  2. Phys. Rev. D 79, 064002 (2009) [arXiv: 0801.0900]


Electromagnetic and gravitational self-force on a relativistic particle from quantum fields in curved space

  1. CRG, Bei-Lok Hu and Shih-Yuin Lin,

  2. Phys. Rev. D 74, 024017 (2006) [gr-qc/0603099]


Self-force with a stochastic component from radiation reaction of a scalar charge moving in curved spacetime

  1. CRG and Bei-Lok Hu,

  2. Phys. Rev. D 72, 084023 (2005) [gr-qc/0505085]





Conference Proceedings


New analytical methods for gravitational radiation and reaction in binaries with arbitrary mass ratio and relative velocity

      CRG and Bei-Lok Hu, Invited contribution to the International Conference on Classical and Quantum Relativistic

      Dynamics of Particles and FIelds (IARD). [arXiv: 0906.0968]


Gravitational self-force from quantized linear metric perturbations in curved space

  1. CRG, Found. Phys. 37, 460 (2007). Proceedings of the 5th International Association for Relativistic Dynamics.


Moving charges, detectors and mirrors in a quantum field with backreaction

  1. CRG, Bei-Lok Hu and Philip R. Johnson, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Quantum Field Theory Under the Influence of External Conditions, Oklahoma City, Sept. 2003. Proceedings edited by K. Milton (Rinton Press, 2004) [quant-ph/0402002]