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Physics
D-index
73
Citations
15,736
335
World Ranking
2812
National Ranking
1382

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Black hole

His scientific interests lie mostly in Gravitational wave, General relativity, Classical mechanics, Astrophysics and Gravitation. Nicolás Yunes has researched Gravitational wave in several fields, including Pulsar, Black hole and Neutron star. Nicolás Yunes has included themes like Quantum gravity, Loop quantum gravity and Lorentz covariance in his General relativity study.

His studies in Classical mechanics integrate themes in fields like Theoretical physics and Event horizon. His study in Astrophysics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Astronomy and Angular momentum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gravitational field and Effective field theory in addition to Gravitation.

- Theoretical physics implications of the binary black-hole mergers GW150914 and GW151226 (427 citations)
- Chern-Simons Modified General Relativity (360 citations)
- Chern-Simons Modified General Relativity (360 citations)

His primary areas of study are Gravitational wave, General relativity, Classical mechanics, Astrophysics and Gravitation. The various areas that Nicolás Yunes examines in his Gravitational wave study include Black hole and Neutron star. His General relativity study contributes to a more complete understanding of Theoretical physics.

His research investigates the connection between Classical mechanics and topics such as Multipole expansion that intersect with problems in Orbital elements. His studies deal with areas such as Amplitude, Astronomy and Recoil as well as Astrophysics. His study focuses on the intersection of Gravitation and fields such as Chern–Simons theory with connections in the field of Effective field theory.

- Gravitational wave (59.47%)
- General relativity (43.88%)
- Classical mechanics (39.20%)

- Gravitational wave (59.47%)
- General relativity (43.88%)
- Neutron star (21.60%)

His main research concerns Gravitational wave, General relativity, Neutron star, Theoretical physics and Black hole. His research integrates issues of Orbital eccentricity and Classical mechanics in his study of Gravitational wave. His studies in General relativity integrate themes in fields like Binary pulsar, Scalar, Gravity, Scalar field and Gravitation.

His Neutron star study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Astrophysics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Einstein and Parity in addition to Theoretical physics. His study looks at the relationship between Black hole and fields such as Observable, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.

- Extreme gravity tests with gravitational waves from compact binary coalescences: (II) ringdown (155 citations)
- Extreme gravity tests with gravitational waves from compact binary coalescences: (I) inspiral–merger (129 citations)
- Gravitational wave spectroscopy of binary neutron star merger remnants with mode stacking (54 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Black hole

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gravitational wave, General relativity, Theoretical physics, Neutron star and Fundamental physics. His Gravitational wave research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amplitude and Gravitation. His General relativity research is under the purview of Classical mechanics.

As part of one scientific family, Nicolás Yunes deals mainly with the area of Classical mechanics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Binary system, and often Polarization. Nicolás Yunes interconnects Chern–Simons theory, Gravity and Black hole in the investigation of issues within Theoretical physics. The various areas that Nicolás Yunes examines in his LIGO study include Binary black hole, Strong gravity and Interferometry.

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Theoretical physics implications of the binary black-hole mergers GW150914 and GW151226

Nicolás Yunes;Kent Yagi;Frans Pretorius.

Physical Review D **(2016)**

546 Citations

Chern-Simons Modified General Relativity

Stephon Alexander;Stephon Alexander;Nicolás Yunes;Nicolás Yunes.

Physics Reports **(2009)**

497 Citations

Fundamental theoretical bias in gravitational wave astrophysics and the parametrized post-Einsteinian framework

Nicolás Yunes;Frans Pretorius.

Physical Review D **(2009)**

366 Citations

I-Love-Q Relations in Neutron Stars and their Applications to Astrophysics, Gravitational Waves and Fundamental Physics

Kent Yagi;Nicolás Yunes.

Physical Review D **(2013)**

365 Citations

Gravitational-Wave Tests of General Relativity with Ground-Based Detectors and Pulsar-Timing Arrays

Nicolás Yunes;Xavier Siemens.

Living Reviews in Relativity **(2013)**

337 Citations

I-Love-Q: unexpected universal relations for neutron stars and quark stars.

Kent Yagi;Nicolás Yunes.

Science **(2013)**

311 Citations

Dynamical Chern-Simons modified gravity: Spinning black holes in the slow-rotation approximation

Nicolás Yunes;Frans Pretorius.

Physical Review D **(2009)**

260 Citations

Approximate Universal Relations for Neutron Stars and Quark Stars

Kent Yagi;Kent Yagi;Nicolás Yunes.

Physics Reports **(2017)**

237 Citations

Search for gravitational waves from binary inspirals in S3 and S4 LIGO data

B. Abbott;R. Abbott;R. Adhikari;J. Agresti.

Physical Review D **(2008)**

218 Citations

Circumbinary MHD Accretion into Inspiraling Binary Black Holes

Scott C. Noble;Bruno C. Mundim;Hiroyuki Nakano;Julian H. Krolik.

arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena **(2012)**

214 Citations

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