A stochastic gravitational-wave background is the persistent signal that comes from overlapping, unresolved independent sources. These signals are individually undetectable, but detectable as a collectivity via their common influence on multiple detectors - the musical companion to the binary black hole or binary neutron star soloist. This hum will provide insights into our universe’s early history, allowing us to listen to the first-ever song of the universe in multiple frequency bands. The Gravitational Wave Orchestra 2022 will act as the ideal backdrop to listen to the various aspects of the gravitational-wave symphony.
During this two-day workshop (in-person), we will hear from:
Joseph Romano (TTU, Lubbock)
Irina Dvorkin (IAP, Paris)
Vuk Mandic (UMN, Minnesota)
Chiara Caprini (U. Geneva & CERN)
Stephen Taylor (Vanderbilt U., Nashville)
Giulia Cusin (U. Geneva & IAP, Paris)
Sanjit Mitra (IUCAA, Pune)
Tania Regimbau (LAPP, Annecy)
Carlo Contaldi (Imperial College, London)
Sébastien Clesse (ULB, Brussels)
Josquin Errard (APC, Paris)
Boris Goncharov (GSSI, L’Aquila)
Guillaume Boileau (U. Antwerpen)
Aditya Parthasarathy (MPIfR, Bonn)
Alex Jenkins (UCL, London)
Kamiel Janssens (U. Antwerpen & ARTEMIS, Nice)
on a broad range of topics including:
- Review on stochastic gravitational-wave backgrounds.
- Theoretical development in stochastic gravitational-wave background modelling.
- Most updated results from the LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA collaboration and Pulsar Timing Arrays.
- Future probes and strategies using: Einstein Telescope, Cosmic Explorer, and LISA.
Along with this, we will have a poster session and lightning talks. You are strongly encouraged to submit a poster abstract on stochastic gravitational-wave background-related research. Details can be found on the abstract submission page.
Registration and abstract submission deadline: August 05, 2022
Registration and abstract submission deadline (extended): August 12, 2022
Registration and abstract submission: Closed.
Contact the organizers for any additional queries!
- Jishnu Suresh, Federico De Lillo
Antoine Depasse, Giacomo Bruno
- Carinne Mertens
This program is supported by: