Eccentric binary black hole surrogate models for the gravitational waveform and remnant properties: Comparable mass, nonspinning case T Islam, V Varma, J Lodman, SE Field, G Khanna, MA Scheel, HP Pfeiffer, ... Physical Review D 103 (6), 064022, 2021 | 75 | 2021 |

Evidence of large recoil velocity from a black hole merger signal V Varma, S Biscoveanu, T Islam, FH Shaik, CJ Haster, M Isi, WM Farr, ... Physical Review Letters 128 (19), 191102, 2022 | 43 | 2022 |

Surrogate model for gravitational wave signals from nonspinning, comparable-to large-mass-ratio black hole binaries built on black hole perturbation theory waveforms calibrated … T Islam, SE Field, SA Hughes, G Khanna, V Varma, M Giesler, MA Scheel, ... Physical Review D 106 (10), 104025, 2022 | 32 | 2022 |

Testing the no-hair nature of binary black holes using the consistency of multipolar gravitational radiation T Islam, AK Mehta, A Ghosh, V Varma, P Ajith, BS Sathyaprakash Physical Review D 101 (2), 024032, 2020 | 27 | 2020 |

Removing degeneracy and multimodality in gravitational wave source parameters J Roulet, S Olsen, J Mushkin, T Islam, T Venumadhav, B Zackay, ... Physical Review D 106 (12), 123015, 2022 | 22 | 2022 |

Improved analysis of GW190412 with a precessing numerical relativity surrogate waveform model T Islam, SE Field, CJ Haster, R Smith Physical Review D 103 (10), 104027, 2021 | 20 | 2021 |

Testing Weyl gravity at galactic and extra-galactic scales K Dutta, T Islam Physical Review D 98 (12), 124012, 2018 | 12 | 2018 |

Modified gravity theories in light of the anomalous velocity dispersion of NGC1052-DF2 T Islam, K Dutta Physical Review D 100 (10), 104049, 2019 | 11 | 2019 |

Acceleration relations in the Milky Way as differentiators of modified gravity theories T Islam, K Dutta Physical Review D 101 (8), 084015, 2020 | 8 | 2020 |

Globular clusters as a probe for Weyl Conformal Gravity T Islam Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 488 (4), 5390-5399, 2019 | 8 | 2019 |

Interplay between numerical relativity and black hole perturbation theory in the intermediate-mass-ratio regime T Islam Physical Review D 108 (4), 044013, 2023 | 7 | 2023 |

High precision source characterization of intermediate mass-ratio black hole coalescences with gravitational waves: The importance of higher order multipoles T Islam, SE Field, CJ Haster, R Smith Physical Review D 104 (8), 084068, 2021 | 7 | 2021 |

Analysis of GWTC-3 with fully precessing numerical relativity surrogate models T Islam, A Vajpeyi, FH Shaik, CJ Haster, V Varma, SE Field, J Lange, ... arXiv preprint arXiv:2309.14473, 2023 | 6 | 2023 |

Interplay between numerical relativity and perturbation theory: Finite size effects T Islam, G Khanna Physical Review D 108 (4), 044012, 2023 | 6 | 2023 |

BHPTNRSurrogate S Field, T Islam, G Khanna, N Rifat, V Varma | 5 | |

Remnant black hole properties from numerical-relativity-informed perturbation theory and implications for waveform modeling T Islam, SE Field, G Khanna Physical Review D 108 (6), 064048, 2023 | 4 | 2023 |

Applying higher-modes consistency test on GW190814: lessons on no-hair theorem, nature of the secondary compact object and waveform modeling T Islam arXiv preprint arXiv:2111.00111, 2021 | 4 | 2021 |

Enigmatic velocity dispersions of ultradiffuse galaxies in light of modified gravity theories and the radial acceleration relation T Islam Physical Review D 102 (2), 024068, 2020 | 4 | 2020 |

Approximate relation between black hole perturbation theory and numerical relativity T Islam, G Khanna Physical Review D 108 (12), 124046, 2023 | 3 | 2023 |

Survey of gravitational wave memory in intermediate mass ratio binaries T Islam, SE Field, G Khanna, N Warburton Physical Review D 108 (2), 024046, 2023 | 3 | 2023 |