Research Topics Ideas of Gravitational Lensing (Strong & Weak)

Research Area/ Research Interest: Gravitational Lensing (Strong & Weak)

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Gravitational Lensing (Strong & Weak)
  2. Gravitational lensing for stationary axisymmetric black holes in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity
  3. Gravitational lensing by a black hole in effective loop quantum gravity
  4. Gravitational lensing by a Bronnikov-Kim wormhole under a weak-field approximation and in a strong deflection limit
  5. Shadow and weak gravitational lensing of a rotating regular black hole in a non-minimally coupled Einstein-Yang-Mills theory in the presence of plasma
  6.  Strong deflection gravitational lensing by an Einstein–Lovelock ultracompact object
  7. Gravitational lensing by the hairy Schwarzschild black hole
  8. The Dependence of The Gravitational Lensing Properties on The Lens And Source Redshifts
  9. Generalised model-independent characterisation of strong gravitational lenses VII: impact of source properties and higher-order lens properties on the local lens …
  10. Gravitational weak lensing by black hole in Horndeski gravity in presence of plasma
  11. Lensing cosmic drift
  12. relensing: Reconstructing the mass profile of galaxy clusters from gravitational lensing
  13. DeepGraviLens: a Multi-Modal Architecture for Classifying Gravitational Lensing Data
  14.  Assessing the systematic uncertainties influencing radio continuum weak gravitational lensing surveys
  15. Topics in weak gravitational lensing
  16. Direct Estimate of the Post-Newtonian Parameter and Cosmic Curvature from Galaxy-scale Strong Gravitational Lensing
  17. Constraining the multi-scale dark-matter distribution in CASSOWARY 31 with strong gravitational lensing and stellar dynamics
  18. Three-dimensional weak gravitational lensing of the 21-cm radiation background
  19. Multipole decomposition of gravitational lensing
  20. Probing vainsthein-screening gravity with galaxy clusters using internal kinematics and strong and weak lensing
  21. Gravitational Lensing by Black Holes with Multiple Photon Spheres
  22. Cosmological Parameter Estimation Using Current and Future Observations of Strong Gravitational Lensing
  23. Light bending and gravitational lensing in energy-momentum-squared gravity
  24. Constraining a possible time-variation of the speed of light along with the fine-structure constant using strong gravitational lensing and Type Ia supernovae …
  25. From Images to Dark Matter: End-To-End Inference of Substructure From Hundreds of Strong Gravitational Lenses
  26. The AGEL Survey: Spectroscopic Confirmation of Strong Gravitational Lenses in the DES and DECaLS Fields Selected Using Convolutional Neural Networks
  27. Effect of electric interaction on the deflection and gravitational lensing in the strong field limit
  28. Deflection and Gravitational lensing of null and timelike signals in the Kiselev black hole spacetime
  29. An Unsupervised Hunt for Gravitational Lenses
  30. Amplitude modulation in binary gravitational lensing of gravitational waves
  31. Strong gravitational lensing around Kehagias–Sfetsos compact objects surrounded by plasma
  32. Gravitational lensing effects of supermassive black holes in cluster environments
  33. Mapping dark matter on the celestial sphere with weak gravitational lensing
  34. Probing strong gravitational lensing by Bardeen black holes in 4D Einstein–Gauss–Bonnet gravity
  35. Distortions of images of Schwarzschild lensing
  36. Enabling discovery of gravitationally lensed explosive transients: a new method to build an all-sky watch-list of groups and clusters of galaxies
  37. Impact of point spread function higher moments error on weak gravitational lensing
  38. Gravitational Lensing by a Massive Object in a Dark Matter Halo. II. Shear, Phase, and Image Geometry
  39. Weak deflection angle of light in two classes of black holes in nonlinear electrodynamics via Gauss–Bonnet theorem
  40. Gravitationally Lensed Orphan Afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts
  41. Galaxy-Scale Test of General Relativity with Strong Gravitational Lensing
  42. Gravitational lensing in the charged NUT–de Sitter spacetime
  43.  Dilaton-axion black hole lensing and its relativistic images
  44. Strong gravitational lensing around dilaton–axion black holes having special coupling with electromagnetic field
  45. Subaru HSC weak lensing of SDSS redMaPPer cluster satellite galaxies: Empirical upper limit on orphan fractions
  46.  Investigating strong gravitational lensing effects by supermassive black holes with Horndeski gravity
  47. Spectroscopic confirmation of a gravitationally lensed Lyman-break galaxy at z[C ii] = 6.827 using NOEMA
  48. Lensing or luck? False alarm probabilities for gravitational lensing of gravitational waves
  49. 243–Deflection of Light in the Equatorial Plane of a Kerr Black Hole
  50. Lenses In VoicE (LIVE): Searching for strong gravitational lenses in the [email protected] VST survey using Convolutional Neural Networks
  51. Discovery of two bright high-redshift gravitationally lensed quasars revealed by Gaia
  52. Mass estimation of the very massive galaxy cluster SRGe CL2305.22248 from strong lensing
  53. Bias in apparent dispersion measure due to de-magnification of plasma lensing on background radio sources
  54. A forward-modelling method to infer the dark matter particle mass from strong gravitational lenses
  55. Gravitationally Lensed Black Hole Emission Tomography
  56. Weak Deflection Angle and Greybody Bound of Magnetized Regular Black Hole
  57. Gravitational Lensing in the Solar Neighbourhood and Towards the Milky Way Bulge
  58. A high time resolution search for gravitationally lensed fast radio bursts using the CHIME telescope
  59. Machine learning strong lensing
  60. Constraining deviations from spherical symmetry using -metric
  61. Searching for gravitationally lensed Gamma-ray bursts with their afterglows
  62. Gravitational Faraday rotation of gravitational waves by a Kerr black hole
  63. Weak deflection angle of Kazakov–Solodukhin black hole in plasma medium using Gauss–Bonnet theorem and its greybody bonding
  64.  An investigation of the radio emission mechanism in strongly lensed radio quiet quasars
  65. Deflection of Light in the Equatorial Plane of the Kerr Black Hole: From the Last Photon Orbit to Infinity
  66. Unveiling the population of dual-and lensed-AGNs at sub-arcsec separations with Gaia
  67.  Effect of the magnetic charge on weak deflection angle and greybody bound of the black hole in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity
  68. Estimating Weak Lensing Convergence Correlation of Type-Ia Supernovae From 5-Year Snls Data by Internal Error Estimate Technique
  69. Testing Velocity Field Lensing on Realistic Galaxy Models
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  71.  Graviton Mass in the Era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy. Universe 2022, 8, 83
  72. Graviton Mass in the Era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy
  73. Comparison of hydrostatic and lensing cluster mass estimates: A pilot study in MACS J0647. 7+ 7015
  74. Cross-correlations between mm-wave line-intensity mapping and weak lensing surveys: preliminary consideration of long-term prospects
  75. The far-infrared/radio correlation for a sample of strongly lensed dusty star-forming galaxies detected by Herschel
  76. Cosmological nanolensing by dense gas clouds
  77. Solar system relativity tests, formulas for light deflection by a central mass, and modification of the lens equation, for a Weyl scaling invariant dark energy
  78. Shadow and weak deflection angle of a black hole in nonlocal gravity
  79. Role of the companion lensing galaxy in the CLASS gravitational lens B1152+ 199
  80. Gravitational glint: Detectable gravitational wave tails from stars and compact objects
  81. Weak Lensing Systematics in the Era of the LSST
  82. Search for lensing signatures from the latest fast radio burst observations and constraints on the abundance of primordial black holes
  83. Gravitational lensing of core-collapse supernova gravitational wave signals
  84. GIGA-Lens: Fast Bayesian Inference for Strong Gravitational Lens Modeling
  85. Testing non-local gravity by clusters of galaxies
  86. Analytical study of higher-order ring images of accretion disk around black hole
  87. The Solution to galaxy rotation curve problem——Dark matter and MOND
  88. A tale of two double quasars: Hubble constant tension or biases?
  89. Multicomponent DHOST analysis in galaxy clusters
  90. DECi-hertz Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory: Forecast constraints on the cosmic curvature with LSST strong lenses
  91. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: Measurement of the halo bias and power spectrum normalization from a stacked weak lensing analysis
  92. A highly magnified star at redshift 6.2
  93. The Weak Field Approximation of General Relativity, Retardation, and the Problem of Precession of the Perihelion for Mercury
  94. Direct measurement of the distribution of dark matter with strongly lensed gravitational waves
  95. Modified gravitational wave propagation with higher modes and its degeneracies with lensing
  96.  Optical properties of null geodesics emerging from dynamical systems
  97. Cosmological constraints from the tomographic cross-correlation of DESI Luminous Red Galaxies and Planck CMB lensing
  98. MARS: A New Maximum Entropy-Regularized Strong Lensing Mass Reconstruction Method
  99. Forecast of observing time delay of the strongly lensed quasars with Muztagh-Ata 1.93 m telescope
  100. Machine Learning and Cosmology
  101. Looking for a twist: probing the cosmological gravitomagnetic effect via weak lensing-kSZ cross-correlations
  102. On the double-plane plasma lensing
  103. Lifting weak lensing degeneracies with a field-based likelihood
  104. GRB 201104A: A” repetitive” short gamma ray burst?
  105. Exploring CDM extensions with SPT-3G and Planck data: 4 evidence for neutrino masses, full resolution of the Hubble crisis by dark energy with phantom crossing …
  106. The Hubble constant from strongly lensed supernovae with standardizable magnifications
  107. The probability of galaxy-galaxy strong lensing events in hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy clusters
  108. Please repeat: Strong lensing of gravitational waves as a probe of compact binary and galaxy populations
  109. Cosmological model-independent measurement on cosmic curvature using distance sum rule with the help of gravitational waves
  110. Landau–Lifshitz and Weinberg Energy Distributions for the Static Regular Simpson–Visser Space-Time Geometry
  111. Constraining merging galaxy clusters with X-ray and lensing simulations and observations: the case of Abell 2146
  112. Double Source Lensing Probing High Redshift Cosmology
  113. SEAGLE–III: Towards resolving the mismatch in the dark-matter fraction in early-type galaxies between simulations and observations
  114. Solving the tension in Gravity through Bayesian Machine Learning
  115. Which is a better cosmological probe: Number counts or cosmic magnification?
  116. Reconstructing cosmic polarization rotation with ResUNet-CMB
  117. Comments on the mass sheet degeneracy in cosmography analyses
  118. DeepZipper: A Novel Deep-learning Architecture for Lensed Supernovae Identification
  119. Herschel–ATLAS Data Release III: near-infrared counterparts in the South Galactic Pole field–another 100 000 submillimetre galaxies
  120. RadioLensfit: An HPC tool for accurate galaxy shape measurement with SKA
  121. Quasinormal Modes of Self-dual Black Holes in Loop Quantum Gravity
  122. Strong-lensing source reconstruction with variationally optimized Gaussian processes
  123. Conditions for detecting lensed Population III galaxies in blind surveys with the James Webb Space Telescope, the Roman Space Telescope, and Euclid
  124. Theory and Phenomenology of a Four-Dimensional String–Corrected Black Hole
  125. Photon Ring Symmetries in Simulated Linear Polarization Images of Messier 87
  126. Dark energy survey year 3 results: cosmological constraints from galaxy clustering and weak lensing
  127. Cosmological Analysis of Three-Dimensional BOSS Galaxy Clustering and Planck CMB Lensing Cross Correlations via Lagrangian Perturbation Theory
  128. Nonlinear electrodynamics effects on the black hole shadow, deflection angle, quasinormal modes and greybody factors
  129. LensingETC: a tool to optimize multi-filter imaging campaigns of galaxy-scale strong lensing systems
  130. Bound Orbits and Epicyclic Motions around Renormalization Group Improved Schwarzschild Black Holes
  131. Galaxy cluster strong lensing cosmography-Cosmological constraints from a sample of regular galaxy clusters
  132. Accurate modelling of extragalactic microlensing by compact objects
  133. ShapePipe: a new shape measurement pipeline and weak-lensing application to UNIONS/CFIS data
  134. Multi-frequency Variability Study of Flat-Spectrum Radio Quasar PKS 0346-27
  135. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Dark Matter Physics from Halo Measurements
  136.  Development and perspectives of relativistic astrophysics in Uzbekistan
  137. A uniform stellar origin for binary black holes revealed by lensing
  138. Intrinsic and extrinsic gravitational flexions
  139. Systematic Errors Induced by the Elliptical Power-law model in Galaxy–Galaxy Strong Lens Modeling
  140. Weak Deflection Angle and Bounding Greybody of Electric and Magnetic Charged Black Holes in Nonlinear Electrodynamics
  141. Rainbow black hole from quantum gravitational collapse
  142. UNIONS: The impact of systematic errors on weak-lensing peak counts
  143. Compactness of supermassive dark objects at galactic centers
  144. Deep XMM-Newton Observations of an X-ray Weak Broad Absorption Line Quasar at z= 6.5
  145. Snowmass White Paper: Strong CP Beyond Axion Direct Detection
  146. A Pair of Early-and Late-Forming Galaxy Cluster Samples: Evidence of Halo Assembly Bias?
  147. Revisiting the Lensed Fraction of High-redshift Quasars
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  149. Graviton mass from X-COP galaxy clusters
  150. Moffat MOdified Gravity (MOG)
  151. Inferring the Intermediate Mass Black Hole Number Density from Gravitational Wave Lensing Statistics
  152. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Enabling Flagship Dark Energy Experiments to Reach their Full Potential
  153. Limits on the Light Dark Matter–Proton Cross Section from Cosmic Large-Scale Structure
  154. A higher probability of detecting lensed supermassive black hole binaries by LISA
  155. Some Applications of General Relativity
  156. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Observational Facilities to Study Dark Matter
  157. A path to precision cosmology: Synergy between four promising late-universe cosmological probes
  158. Snowmass2021: Opportunities from Cross-survey Analyses of Static Probes
  159. Cosmology with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna
  160. Optical selection bias and projection effects in stacked galaxy cluster weak lensing
  161. Modified theories of gravity: Why, how and what?
  162. Exploring the interpretability of deep neural networks used for gravitational lens finding with a sensitivity probe
  163. A stringent upper limit on dark matter self-interaction cross-section from cluster strong lensing
  164. High Performance Gravitational N-body Simulations on Supercomputer Fugaku
  165. A census of optically dark massive galaxies in the early Universe from magnification by lensing galaxy clusters
  166. … GAMA: Halo occupation distributions and correlations of satellite numbers with a new halo model of the galaxy-matter bispectrum for galaxy-galaxy-galaxy lensing
  167. Cosmological Parameter Inference with Deep Learning
  168. The Dark Universe
  169. Observational features of hot spots on neutron stars with a photon sphere
  170. Comments on the mass sheet degeneracy in cosmography analyses
  171. Snowmass2021 CMB-HD White Paper
  172. Non-standard neutrino cosmology dilutes the lensing anomaly
  173. Snowmass2021: Vera C. Rubin Observatory as a Flagship Dark Matter Experiment
  174. TDCOSMO-VII. Boxyness/discyness in lensing galaxies: Detectability and impact on H0
  175. The Physics of Light Relics
  176. The Subaru HSC weak lensing mass-observable scaling relations of spectroscopic galaxy groups from the GAMA survey
  177. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Rubin Observatory after LSST
  178.  The shadows and observational appearance of a noncommutative black hole surrounded by various profiles of accretions
  179. Search for Hα Emitters at z∼ 7.8: A Constraint on the Hα-based Star Formation Rate Density
  180. First measurement of the characteristic depletion radius of dark matter haloes from weak lensing
  181. A Full CDM Analysis of KiDS-1000 Weak Lensing Maps using Deep Learning
  182. The DES view of the Eridanus supervoid and the CMB cold spot
  183. Line-of-sight Elongation and Hydrostatic Mass Bias of the Frontier Fields Galaxy Cluster Abell 370
  185.  The RayGalGroupSims cosmological simulation suite for the study of relativistic effects: an application to lensing-matter clustering statistics
  186. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Cosmological Simulations for Dark Matter Physics
  187. Extracting the subhalo mass function from strong lens images with image segmentation
  188. Exploring the edge
  189. Dark matter effect on the weak deflection angle by black holes at the center of Milky Way and M87 galaxies
  190. Circular motion of test particle around wormhole represented by exponential metric
  191. Schwarzschild-like black hole with a topological defect in bumblebee gravity
  192. Geodesic photon coupling and non-Hermitian exceptional point of microcavities on topologically curved space
  193. Constraining Brans–Dicke Cosmology with the CSST Galaxy Clustering Spectroscopic Survey
  194. The complex time and energy evolution of quasi-periodic eruptions in eRO-QPE1
  195. Distinguishing Primordial Magnetic Fields from Inflationary Tensor Perturbations in the Cosmic Microwave Background
  196. Light bending by the cosmological constant
  197. Nonsingular Black Holes in 4D Einstein–Gauss–Bonnet Gravity
  198. Influence of accretion flow and magnetic charge on the observed shadows and rings of the Hayward black hole
  199. Light ring images of double photon spheres in black hole and wormhole spacetimes
  200. Galactic Clusters
  201. Investigating bounds on the extended uncertainty principle metric through astrophysical tests
  202. Abundance of LIGO/Virgo Black Holes from Microlensing Observations of Quasars with Reverberation Mapping Size Estimates
  203. Gaia GraL: Gaia DR2 Gravitational Lens Systems. VII. XMM-Newton Observations of Lensed Quasars
  204. Constraints on the abundance of primordial black holes with different mass distributions from lensing of fast radio bursts
  205. HOLISMOKES-VII. Time-delay measurement of strongly lensed Type Ia supernovae using machine learning
  206. Wave-optical effects in the microlensing of continuous gravitational waves by star clusters
  207. Galaxies in the central regions of simulated galaxy clusters
  208. Estimating the Cosmological Constant from Shadows of Kerr–de Sitter Black Holes
  209. Constraints on the abundance of supermassive primordial black holes from lensing of compact radio sources
  210. Joint constraints on cosmology and the impact of baryon feedback: Combining KiDS-1000 lensing with the thermal Sunyaev–Zeldovich effect from Planck and ACT
  211. Dark matter in astrophysics/cosmology
  212.  VLBA observations of the Radio Counterparts to-Ray Bursters
  213. N-body simulations, halo mass functions, and halo density profile in gravity
  214. AMICO galaxy clusters in KiDS-DR3: The impact of estimator statistics on the luminosity-mass scaling relation
  215. Machine learning technique for morphological classification of galaxies from SDSS. II. The image-based morphological catalogs of galaxies at 0.02< z< 0.1
  216. Shadow and weak deflection angle of extended uncertainty principle black hole surrounded with dark matter
  217. Intrinsic alignments of bulges and discs
  218. Halo Assembly Bias using properties of central galaxies in SDSS redMaPPer clusters
  219. Dark Matter in Galaxy Clusters: a Parametric Strong Lensing Approach
  220. Cosmological constraints from weak lensing peaks: Can halo models accurately predict peak counts?
  221. Constraints on dark matter self-interaction from galactic core size
  222. Neural network reconstruction of late-time cosmology and null tests
  223. Shadow and massless particles around regular Bardeen black holes in 4D Einstein Gauss–Bonnet gravity
  224. Photon surfaces, shadows and accretion disks in gravity with minimally coupled scalar field
  225.  Dark matter realism
  226. Impact of image persistence in the Roman Space Telescope High-Latitude Survey
  227. Optical Confirmation of X-Ray-selected Galaxy Clusters from the Swift AGN and Cluster Survey with MDM and Pan-STARRS Data. III
  228. Thawing k-essence dark energy in the PAge space
  229. Photon orbits and phase transition for Non-Linear charged Anti-de Sitter black holes
  230. The non-Gaussian likelihood of weak lensing power spectra
  231. Testing General Relativity with Cosmological Large Scale Structure
  232. Comparing lensing and stellar orbital models of a nearby massive strong-lens galaxy
  233. ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: ALMA-Herschel Joint Study of Lensed Dusty Star-Forming Galaxies across
  234. Disentangling the neighbouring pulsars SXP 15.3 and SXP 305
  235. Brightest cluster galaxies trace weak lensing mass bias and halo triaxiality in the three hundred project
  236. Godzilla, a monster lurks in the Sunburst galaxy
  237. Wormhole solutions for different shape functions in 4D Einstein Gauss–Bonnet gravity
  238.  Estimating the Cosmological Constant from Shadows of Kerr–de Sitter Black Holes. Universe 2022, 8, 52
  239. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: imprints of cosmic voids and superclusters in the Planck CMB lensing map
  240. Varstrometry for Off-nucleus and Dual Subkiloparsec AGN (VODKA): Hubble Space Telescope Discovers Double Quasars
  241. Construction of a non ultra-static Ellis wormhole in general relativity
  242. Shadow thermodynamics of AdS black hole in regular spacetime
  243. Accurate relativistic observables from postprocessing light cone catalogs
  244. E/B mode decomposition of HSC-Y1 cosmic shear using COSEBIs: cosmological constraints and comparison with other two-point statistics
  245. Weak lensing mass modeling bias and the impact of miscentring
  246. Intrinsic alignments of galaxies around cosmic voids
  247. The central dark matter fraction of massive early-type galaxies
  248. A test of galaxy cluster fundamental plane for the X-COP sample
  249. Constraints on a tidal charge of the supermassive black hole in M87* with the EHT observations in April 2017
  250. Dark Matter Physics from the CMB-S4 Experiment

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