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Physics
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95
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25,218
327
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1363
National Ranking
36

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Black hole

His scientific interests lie mostly in Neutron star, Astrophysics, Gravitational wave, Numerical relativity and Black hole. His study in Neutron star is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both General relativity, Mass ratio, Invariant mass and Kilonova. His research in Astrophysics intersects with topics in Astronomy and Angular momentum.

His work on Gravitational redshift as part of his general Gravitational wave study is frequently connected to Antenna, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Numerical relativity research includes themes of Neutrino, Equation of state, Equation of state and Kinetic energy. When carried out as part of a general Black hole research project, his work on Rotating black hole is frequently linked to work in Torus, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.

- Evolution of three-dimensional gravitational waves: Harmonic slicing case (714 citations)
- Prospects for Observing and Localizing Gravitational-Wave Transients with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA (582 citations)
- The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna DECIGO (421 citations)

Masaru Shibata spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Neutron star, Gravitational wave, Black hole and Numerical relativity. His Astrophysics study typically links adjacent topics like Astronomy. His work deals with themes such as General relativity, Neutrino, Mass ratio, Equation of state and Kilonova, which intersect with Neutron star.

Masaru Shibata has included themes like Invariant mass and Differential rotation in his General relativity study. He combines subjects such as Amplitude, Gravitation, Instability and Angular momentum with his study of Gravitational wave. His work on Rotating black hole, Binary black hole and Spin-flip is typically connected to Torus as part of general Black hole study, connecting several disciplines of science.

- Astrophysics (73.43%)
- Neutron star (67.87%)
- Gravitational wave (48.31%)

- Astrophysics (73.43%)
- Neutron star (67.87%)
- Gravitational wave (48.31%)

Masaru Shibata mainly investigates Astrophysics, Neutron star, Gravitational wave, Black hole and Ejecta. His study focuses on the intersection of Astrophysics and fields such as Electron with connections in the field of Mass distribution. The study incorporates disciplines such as General relativity, Neutrino, Energy, Nucleosynthesis and Low Mass in addition to Neutron star.

His study looks at the relationship between Gravitational wave and topics such as Amplitude, which overlap with Stellar evolution. His Black hole research incorporates themes from Orbital eccentricity, Luminosity, Mass ratio and Star. His study looks at the relationship between Numerical relativity and fields such as Computational physics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.

- Prospects for Observing and Localizing Gravitational-Wave Transients with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA (582 citations)
- Constraint on the maximum mass of neutron stars using GW170817 event (143 citations)
- Constraint on the maximum mass of neutron stars using GW170817 event (143 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Black hole

Masaru Shibata mostly deals with Neutron star, Astrophysics, Gravitational wave, Black hole and Ejecta. His Neutron star study focuses on X-ray binary in particular. His study on Astrophysics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Binary system.

The various areas that Masaru Shibata examines in his Gravitational wave study include Star and Detector. Masaru Shibata studies Stellar black hole which is a part of Black hole. His Ejecta study incorporates themes from General relativity, Mass distribution and Electron.

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Prospects for Observing and Localizing Gravitational-Wave Transients with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA

B. P. Abbott;R. Abbott;T. D. Abbott;M. R. Abernathy.

Living Reviews in Relativity **(2018)**

1586 Citations

Evolution of three-dimensional gravitational waves: Harmonic slicing case

Masaru Shibata;Takashi Nakamura.

Physical Review D **(1995)**

1238 Citations

Mass ejection from the merger of binary neutron stars

Kenta Hotokezaka;Kenta Kiuchi;Koutarou Kyutoku;Hirotada Okawa.

Physical Review D **(2013)**

494 Citations

Modeling GW170817 based on numerical relativity and its implications

Masaru Shibata;Sho Fujibayashi;Kenta Hotokezaka;Kenta Hotokezaka;Kenta Kiuchi.

Physical Review D **(2017)**

390 Citations

Production of all the r-process nuclides in the dynamical ejecta of neutron star mergers

Shinya Wanajo;Yuichiro Sekiguchi;Nobuya Nishimura;Kenta Kiuchi.

The Astrophysical Journal **(2014)**

385 Citations

Coalescence of Black Hole-Neutron Star Binaries

Masaru Shibata;Keisuke Taniguchi.

Living Reviews in Relativity **(2011)**

368 Citations

Stable Operation of a 300-m Laser Interferometer with Sufficient Sensitivity to Detect Gravitational-Wave Events within Our Galaxy

Masaki Ando;Koji Arai;Ryutaro Takahashi;Gerhard Heinzel.

Physical Review Letters **(2001)**

363 Citations

Measuring the neutron star equation of state with gravitational wave observations

Jocelyn S. Read;Charalampos Markakis;Masaru Shibata;Kōji Uryū.

Physical Review D **(2009)**

362 Citations

On the Maximum Mass of Differentially Rotating Neutron Stars

Thomas W. Baumgarte;Stuart L. Shapiro;Masaru Shibata;Masaru Shibata.

The Astrophysical Journal **(2000)**

346 Citations

The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna DECIGO

Seiji Kawamura;Hiroo Kunimori;Mizuhiko Hosokawa;Ryuichi Fujita.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2011)**

343 Citations

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