Justin Vines

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Justin Vines obtained his Ph.D. in gravitational physics at Cornell University under the supervision of √Čanna Flanagan, and he moved on to the Albert Einstein Institute in Germany where he holds a postdoctoral position. His research focuses on analytic approaches to relativistic binary mechanics, particularly spin and tidal effects for black holes and neutron stars.


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A High-Energy Take on Black Hole Encounters

A particle physics approach to describing black hole interactions opens up new avenues for understanding gravitational-wave observations. Read More »