The ANU Centre for Gravitational Astrophysics is founded to build a world-leading role for Australia in the science and technology of gravitational wave sources.
The Centre for Gravitational Astrophysics research program is broadly divided into four research streams.
Find out what's happening at the Centre for Gravitational Astrophysics.
List of collaborators of the Centre for Gravitational Astrophysics.
Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) consists of two interferometers in the US, one in Hanford, and the other in Livingston, Louisiana.
Founded in 1997, the LSC is currently made up of more than 1000 scientists from over 100 institutions and 18 countries worldwide.
Japan's Kamioka Gravitational-Wave Detector (KAGRA) has teamed up with the LIGO/VIRGO collaboration in search for gravitational waves.
Virgo is an interferometric gravitational-wave antenna that consists of two 3-kilometre-long arms in Italy.
Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav)
ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineering Quantum Systems
Cosmic Explorer is a 40 km L-shaped observatory planned to join the global 3rd-generation ground-based gravitational wave detector network.
The Einstein Telescope project is the contribution of Europe in the global 3rd-generation Gravitational Wave observatory.
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