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Guido Mueller

Guido Mueller


PhD Hanover, Germany (1997)

Research Group

Institute for High Energy Physics IHEPA

Research Interest

Terrestrial and space based gravitational wave observatories (LIGO, LISA) and detectors for axions and axion-like particles. Dr. Mueller is a member of the UF-LIGO group and works on research and development for terrestrial gravitational wave detectors. His responsibilities include the input optics of LIGO and Advanced LIGO and advanced interferometer designs. He is also working on the interferometry for LISA, a space-based gravitational wave observatory which will be launched as ESA’s L3 mission. Dr. Mueller was and continuous to be a member of several working groups, analysis, interest and advisory teams for NASA. Dr. Mueller also started to work on detection schemes for axions and axion-like particles and is a member of the ALPS collaboration.

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications:

LVC, Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger, Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 061102 (2016)

Chris Mueller et al., The Advanced LIGO Input Optics, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 87, 014502 (2016)

Johannes Eichholz, David B. Tanner, and Guido Mueller, Heterodyne laser frequency stabilization for long baseline optical interferometry in space-based gravitational wave detectors, Phys. Rev. D 92, 022004 (2015)

Shawn J. Mitryk and Guido Mueller, Hardware-based demonstration of time-delay interferometry and TDI-ranging with spacecraft motion effects, Phys Rev D, 122006, 86(12) 2012

Muzammil A. Arain; Guido Mueller, Design of the Advanced LIGO recycling cavities, Optics Express, 16(14), (2008) 10018-10032

Guido Mueller, Pierre Sikivie, D. B. Tanner, and Karl van Bibber, Detailed design of a resonantly enhanced axion- photon regeneration experiment, Phys. Rev. D 80 (2009) 072004, 10pg

Electronic Phase Delay- a first step towards a bench-top model of LISA Ira Thorpe, Guido Mueller, Class. Quant. Grav. 22(10) (2005) S227

Institute for High Enery Physics and Astrophysics

Office: 2370 NPB

Lab: 1021 NPB