Video: Searching for Continuous Gravitational Waves

May 13, 2020

We made a video, where some members of our research group describe what we search for, how and why we do it. It's available on YouTube. It is in English, but subtitles are available in Chinese, English, German, Hindi, Italian, Malayalam, and Persian.


New E@H results paper available on arXiv

March 24, 2019

A new paper describing the results of the O1MD1 Einstein@Home search is now available on the arXiv preprint server at . While no astrophysical signals were found, "Results from an Einstein@Home search for continuous gravitational waves from Cassiopeia A, Vela Jr. and G347.3" describes the search and sets upper limits on the amplitude of continuous gravitational waves from the three supernova remnants at an unprecedented level. of sensitivity.


BOINC Open Source Project Looking for Experienced macOS Developers

February 14, 2019

The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) system is the software infrastructure used by Einstein@Home and many other volunteer distributed computing projects. The BOINC Open Source Project is looking for volunteers to develop and maintain the BOINC client on macOS. The BOINC Client and Manager are C++ cross-platform code supporting Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, and several other operating systems. We currently have a number of volunteer developers supporting Windows and Linux, but our main macOS developer is winding down his involvement after many years.