Artist's Conception of Gravitational Waves GWIC: Gravitational Wave International Committee

2014 GWIC and Braccini Thesis Prizes

Leo Singer, winner Yan Wang, winner
of the 2014 GWIC Thesis Prize of the 2014 Stefano Braccini Thesis Prize
The needle in the 100 deg2 haystack: The hunt for binary neutron star mergers with LIGO and Palomar Transient Factory” (PDF), California Institute of Technology On inter-satellite laser ranging, clock synchronization and gravitational wave data analysis” (PDF), Leibniz University of Hannover
Dr. Wang's thesis has been published by Springer Theses at .
A short description of Dr. Wang's thesis research can be found at

Honorable Mention:

2014 Selection Committee