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Yi-Ming Hu

  • Post-doc
  • Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics Hanover
  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in Yi-Ming's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 1ReadersNumber of instances of Yi-Ming's publications in Mendeley libraries. Updated daily.

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Research interests

PulsarAstrophysicsData AnalysisBayesian InferenceGravitational Wave Astronomy

About

Fascinated by the wonderful cosmos, I always feel so lucky that I have the opportunity to fulfil my childhood dream of being an astronomer. I took my undergraduate in School of Astronomy and Space in Nanijing University, the best department of astronomy one can find in China. Then I took my PhD course in University of Glasgow, which is pioneering in the field of Gravitational Wave research. My dream so far is to bring Gravitational Wave to astronomy, and bring astronomy to general public.

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Co-authors (5)

Publications (5)

  • Fundamentals of the orbit and response for TianQin

    • Hu X
    • Li X
    • Wang Y
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  • Science Prospects for Space-borne Gravitational Wave Missions

    • Hu Y
    • Mei J
    • Luo J
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  • GRB/GW ASSOCIATION: LONG–SHORT GRB CANDIDATES, TIME LAG, MEASURING GRAVITATIONAL WAVE VELOCITY, AND TESTING EINSTEIN’S EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE

    • Li (李翔) X
    • Hu (胡一鸣) Y
    • Fan (范一中) Y
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  • Maximising the detection probability of kilonovae associated with gravitational wave observations

    • Chan M
    • Hu Y
    • Messenger C
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  • Error Analysis of Ia Supernova and Query on Cosmic Dark Energy

    • Peng Q
    • Hu Y
    • Wang K
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Professional experience

Post-doc

Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik

October 2015 - Present

PhD Student

IGR, University of Glasgow

September 2011 - Present

Education

PhD Student

Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow

August 2011 - November 2012(a year)

Bachelor's degree

Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University

September 2007 - June 2011(4 years)