**Graduate schools in India**

Here is a list of research institutes in India offering graduate (PhD) programs in the area of Gravitational-Wave Astronomy. See, also the list of Graduate schools abroad.

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People involved: Anand Sengupta, Anirban Dasgupta, Dinesh Garg

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People involved: Manjari Bagchi

**Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune**Areas of research:

*Development of advanced data-analysis techniques for inspiralling compact binaries and stochastic gravitational waves, primordial gravitational waves, time-delay interferometry, neutron star physics*People involved:

*Sanjeev Dhurandhar, Tarun Souradeep, Sanjit Mitra, Sukanta Bose***Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai**Areas of research:

*Laser Interferometry, Modelling of inspiralling compact binaries using post-Newtonian theory.*People involved:

*C. S. Unnikrishnan, A. Gopakumar***Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar**Areas of research:

*Development of advanced data-analysis algorithms for the detection of gravitational waves from inspiralling compact binaries and their parameter reconstruction, Machine Learning algorithms for denoising transient GW sources and parameter estimation.*People involved: Anand Sengupta, Anirban Dasgupta, Dinesh Garg

**Indian Institute of Technology Bombay**Areas of research:

*Gravitational Wave Astronomy, Astrophysical Relativity, Electromagnetic followup of gravitational waves, Instrumentation*People involved: Archana Pai, Varun Bhalerao

**Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata**Areas of research:

*Gravitational Waves and Gravitational Waves Data Analysis, General Theory of Relativity and Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology*.People involved:

*Rajesh K. Nayak***University of Delhi, Delhi**Areas of research:

*Gravitational-waves, Astrophysics, Cosmology.*People involved:

*Patrick Dasgupta, T R Seshadri***International Center for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore**Areas of research:

*Modeling of gravitational-wave sources by combining analytical and numerical relativity, Gravitational-wave astronomy, post-Newtonian theory, Gravitational-wave tests of general relativity, astrophysics of compact binaries.*People involved:

*P. Ajith, Bala Iyer***Chennai Mathematical Institute**Areas of research:

*Gravitational-wave astronomy, post-Newtonian theory, Gravitational-wave tests of general relativity, astrophysics of compact binaries, Gravitational wave data analysis*People involved:

*K. G. Arun***Indian Institute of Technology Madras**Areas of Research:

*Post-Newtonian theory, Tests of general relativity using gravitational-wave observations, Advanced control systems, lasers, auxiliary optics, electronics and instrumentation*People involved: Chandra Kant Mishra, Anil Prabhakar, Deepa Venkitesh, Prabhu Rajagopal, Rachel K. Kalaimani

**Institute of Mathematical Sciences**Areas of Research:

*Theory and observations of neutron stars with special interest to pulsar timing*People involved: Manjari Bagchi