Abstract the long-term precise timing of galactic millisecond pulsars holds great promise for measuring the long-period (months to years) astrophysical gravit. [rutger van haasteren is the recipient of the 2011 gwic (gravitational thesis prize for his phd thesis “gravitational wave detection and data.
Pulsar timing is a promising method for detecting gravitational waves in the nano- hertz bandin his prize winning phd thesis rutger van haasteren deals with.
Rutger van haasteren in this thesis, we develop a bayesian approach to the data analysis of pulsar r van haasteren, y levin, p mcdonald, t lu.
Vhaasteren has 21 repositories available follow their code on github. Sotiris a sanidas, alberto vecchio, r nicolas caballero, k j lee, rutger van haasteren, stanislav babak, et al to cite this 1yr−1 of 6×10−15 (van haasteren et al 2011) in tiburzi (2015 phd thesis) and tiburzi et al.