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Greg Walsh

Graduate Research Assistant

Greg Walsh



College or Department: Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Office: White Hall

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Greg is an observational astronomer using multi-wavelength techniques to search for binary supermassive black holes and characterize their effects on galaxy evolution. He uses Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) to probe the smallest emission regions for direct searches of binaries, and a host of telescopes across the electromagnetic spectrum to analyze binary imprints on the smallest to galactic-scale environments. His work has strong multi-messenger implications for the low-frequency gravitational wave searches conducted by pulsar timing arrays, like NANOGrav.

PO Box 6315
Morgantown, WV 26506

    Year started: 2018

    Expected graduation year: 2023

    Advisor: Prof. Sarah Burke-Spolaor