Professor, School of Physics  and  Center for Relativistic Astrophysics

Associate Dean for Research, College of Science

Georgia Institute of Technology
837 State Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0430
office: Boggs 1-90A
email: cadonati @

I joined the Center for Relativistic Astrophysics in January 2015; I was previously faculty at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

My principal research interests is  gravitational wave astrophysics and LIGO – I have been a member of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration since 2002.

I am also interested in particle astrophysics; I have been a member of the Borexino Collaboration (solar neutrino detection) until 2013 and the DarkSide Collaboration (direct dark matter search) until 2014.

Georgia Tech undergraduate students interested in research with my group should fill this form.

For students interested in our Physics PhD program,  please visit the School of Physics graduate student web site.