The selected candidate will be involved in the development of timefrequency based clustering scheme for specific class of gravitational wave transients. These transients include compact binaries with blackholes and neutron stars in circular as well as eccentric orbits, exploding stars, accreting systems etc. which will be potential systems for upcoming observational runs of LIGOVirgo detectors.
The appointment is expected to commence immediately. Candidates with expertise in general relativity, gravitational wave physics, and statistical signal processing are encouraged to apply. Candidates is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Physics, Astrophysics, Gravity, Gravitational Waves or related areas. Candidate with Ph.D. in Engineering faculty with sufficient experience in statistical signal processing, data science or machine learning may be considered. Candidates who have submitted the Thesis may be considered. Strong preference will be given to candidates with sufficient coding experience with C, C++ and Python. The selected candidate will visit APC, Paris and is expected to work closely with the members of APC, Paris.
The Astronomy, Cosmology and Gravity group at IIT Bombay has experts working in multimessenger astronomy, gravitational wave data analysis as we well as astrophysics, black hole physics as well as cosmology. For more details, please visit http://www.phy.iitb.ac.in/en/research/astronomycosmologygravity
Details of the application procedure is https://www.ircc.iitb.ac.in/IRCCWebpage/rnd/RecruitmentGenerateCircular.jsp?srno=2018073
Research Associate Position in Gravitational Waves under CEFIPRA project at IIT Bombay, Department of Physics
Published At: 20180425 10:13 
Applications are invited for one Research Associate position in the area of Gravitational Waves. The position is funded under the CEFIPRA/IFCPAR (IndoFrench Center of Promotion of Advanced Research) bilateral grant between Archana Pai, IIT Bombay and Eric ChassandeMottin, AstroParticule et Cosmology (APC), Paris.The position is under the project titled: “Wavelet Graph strategy for the coherent multidetector search for compact binary coalescence”.
