European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST)
I am a member of the action CA18108 "Quantum Gravity Phenomenology in the Multi-Messenger Approach" of COST. This is an international collaboration working towards connecting theory and experiment via phenomenology in the field of quantum gravity.
This action consists of 6 Working Groups, and I am a member of:
Working Group 1: "Theoretical frameworks for gravity effects below the Planck energy", and
Working Group 2: "Phenomenology of quantum gravity"
I am also a member of the review committee of an extensive review paper on theory and phenomenology of quantum gravity, currently being prepared by the action members which was published in 2021.
LISA Consortium and LISA-Canada
The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) collaboration is a consortium of several European countries and the US which works towards constructing a gravitational wave detector in space and use it to do various experiments related to a wide range of subjects in gravitational physics, cosmology and astrophysics.
I am a member of LISA, particularly the following working groups:
I am also the leader of the LISA group at the University of Alberta, and a member of the LISA-Canada which consists of several Universities and institutes across Canada.
Cosmic Explorer is a next-generation observatory concept that will greatly deepen and clarify humanity’s gravitational-wave view of the cosmos. Together with LISA and the Einstein Telescope, it will be able to determine the nature of the densest matter in the universe; reveal the universe’s binary black hole and neutron star populations throughout cosmic time; provide an independent probe of the history of the expanding universe; explore warped spacetime with unprecedented fidelity; and expand our knowledge of how massive stars live, die, and create the matter we see today.
EXPeriential Learning Opportunity through Research and Exchange (EXPLORE) is a collaboration between the University of Alberta (Canada), York University (Canada) and Goethe University (Germany), aiming at advising undergraduate students during the Summer and providing them an opportunity to get into research.
This collaboration works on gravitational waves and dark matter physics.
Membership and Editorial
International Society for Quantum Gravity (ISQG), 2021-Present
LISA and LISA-Canada, 2021-Present
Member of Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP), 2020-Present
Member of Canadian Institute of Particle Physics (IPP), 2020-Present
Topic Editor, Journal Symmetry, 2021-present