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GWPAW 2017

de mardi 30 mai 2017 (12:20) à vendredi 2 juin 2017 (17:00)
Impérial Palace

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
30 mai 2017
31 mai 2017
1 juin 2017
2 juin 2017
AM
08:45
Binary Black Hole Science (until 10:35) ()
08:45 Quasinormal modes of black holes: review and recent updates - Dr Lionel London (Cardiff University)   ()
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09:20 Constructive summation of Quasi Normal Modes from a population of Binary Black Hole Mergers. - Dr Carlos Filipe Da Silva Costa (INPE)   ()
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09:35 The effect of the choice of prior on measurements of binary black hole spins - Dr Collin Capano (Albert Einstein Institute)   ()
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09:50 A “No-hair” test of binary black hole nature - Dr Chandra Kant Mishra (IIT Madras)   ()
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10:05 The status of phenomenological inspiral-merger-ringdown waveform models - Dr Sebastian Khan (AEI Hannover)   ()
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10:20 A new method for incorporating precession and higher-order modes in searches for compact binaries - Dr Joshua Willis (Abilene Christian University)   ()
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10:35
Coffee break (until 11:05) ()
11:05
Binary Black Hole Science (until 12:30) ()
11:05 How do black hole binaries form ? Studying stellar evolution with gravitational wave observations - Dr Irina Dvorkin (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)   ()
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11:40 The formation of binary stellar black holes - Dr Felix Mirabel (CEA-France & CONICET-Argentina)   ()
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11:55 Distinguishing between stellar and primordial black hole merger events - Dr Letizia Sammut (Monash University)   ()
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12:10 Properties of Dynamically Formed Black Hole Binaries in Globular Clusters - Dr Chunglee Kim (Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI))   ()
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08:45
Testing GR (until 10:35) ()
08:45 Testing gravity with binary black hole coalescences: results and prospects - Dr Walter Del Pozzo (Universitá di Pisa)   ()
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09:20 Echoes from the Abyss: Evidence for Planck-scale structure at black hole horizons - M. Jahed Abedi (Sharif University of Technology)   ()
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09:35 Analysing gravitational wave data for black hole echoes - Dr Alex Nielsen (MPI for Gravitational Phys)   ()
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09:50 Questions for the two previous talks - M. Jahed Abedi (Sharif University of Technology) Dr Alex Nielsen (MPI for Gravitational Phys)   ()
10:05 Ringdown and echoes as probes of strong-field dynamics of general relativity - Dr Archisman Ghosh (Nikhef)   ()
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10:20 Constraining Lorentz violations using gravitational wave observations - Dr Chris Van Den Broeck (National Institute for Subatomic Physics) Mlle Anuradha Samajdar (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata)   ()
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10:35
Coffee break (until 11:05) ()
11:05
New Data Analysis Methods (until 12:30) ()
11:05 Calibration, Data Quality and Vetos: now and the upcoming challenges - Prof. Duncan Brown (Syracuse University)   ()
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11:40 KAGRA calibration and waveform accuracy - Dr Yuki Inoue (Academia Sinica, Institute of Physics)   ()
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11:55 All-Sky Searches for Compact Binary Mergers: The Engines of Detection - Dr Thomas Dent (AEI Hannover)   ()
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12:10 Are we missing the most interesting binary mergers? - Dr Ian Harry (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics)   ()
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08:45
Binary Systems with Neutron Stars (until 10:30) ()
08:45 Neutron stars astrophysics - Freire Paulo (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)   ()
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09:20 Measuring neutron star tidal deformability with Advanced LIGO: a Bayesian analysis of neutron star - black hole binary observations - Michael Pürrer (AEI)   ()
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09:35 Structure of binary neutron star merger remnants - M. Wolfgang Kastaun (AEI Hannover)   ()
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09:50 Constraining BNS merger rates and X-ray counterpart models with existing data - Mme Serena Vinciguerra (University of Birmingham)   ()
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10:05 Results and Prospects of the Search for Gravitational Waves from Neutron Star Binaries and Neutron Star-Black Hole Binaries - M. Steven Reyes (Syracuse University / LIGO)   ()
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Multi-messenger (until 12:30) ()
11:00 How do gravitational wave sources look electromagnetically? - Stephan Rosswog (Stockholm University)   ()
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11:35 GRBs and Electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave events - Om Sharan Salafia (INAF)   ()
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summary
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12:10 Probing the intrinsic properties of short gamma-ray bursts using joint gravitational wave observations - Christopher Messenger (University of Glasgow)   ()
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PM
13:30
Registration (until 14:00) ()
14:00
Welcome (until 14:20) ()
14:00 Logistics - Frédérique MARION (LAPP)   ()
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14:10 Welcome by LAPP deputy director - Dr Edwige Tournefier (CNRS)   ()
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14:20
News from the detectors (until 16:00) ()
14:20 Detector status and observing runs - Michael Landry (LIGO)   ()
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14:55 The evolution of the ground based detectors - Sheila Rowan (University of Glasgow)   ()
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15:30 Matter wave interferometry for GW detection - Andrea Bertoldi (LP2N)   ()
16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Un-modeled signals, Bursts (until 18:00) ()
16:30 Gravitational wave signatures from multi-dimensional core-collapse supernova models - Dr Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University)   ()
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17:05 Search for intermediate mass black hole binaries in the first observing run of Advanced LIGO - Dr Francesco Salemi (AEI - Hannover)   ()
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17:20 Circular Polarizations of Gravitational Waves from Core-Collapse Supernovae: A Clear Indication of Rapid Rotation - Prof. Kazuhiro Hayam (KAGRA Observatory, ICRR, U tokyo)   ()
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17:35 Enhancing un-modeled gravitational wave searches sensitivity with Wavegraph - Philippe Bacon (Laboratoire Astroparticule et Cosmologie)   ()
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12:30
Lunch (until 14:00) ()
14:00
In memoriam talk (until 14:20) ()
14:00 How Neil Gehrels changed the field of transient astronomy - Paul O'Brien (University of Leicester)   ()
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14:20
Low frequency signals (until 15:40) ()
14:20 Probing The Nanohertz Gravitational-wave Landscape With Pulsar Timing Arrays: A Status Report - Stephen Taylor (JPL)   ()
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14:55 The space detectors status and science - Rita Dolesi (University of Trento)   ()
15:40
Poster parade (until 16:00) ()
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16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Posters (until 18:00) ()
16:30 A Riemann manifold Hamiltonian Monte Carlo (RMHMC) for binary neutron star parameter estimation. - M. Yann Bouffanais (Laboratoire APC)   ()
16:34 An improved semi-coherent follow-up method for FrequencyHough all-sky candidates - Sabrina D'Antonio (INFN Tor Vergata)   ()
16:38 Fast localization with a hierarchical network of gravitational wave detectors - M. Yoshinori Fujii (U. of Tokyo / National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)   ()
16:46 Hierarchical data-driven approach to fitting waveform models for non-precessing binary black holes to numerical data - Dr Sascha Husa (University of the Balearic Islands)   ()
16:50 Enhancing binary neutron stars studies by combining inspiral and postmerger information - Prof. Tjonnie Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)   ()
16:54 X-PIPELINE: Gravitational-Wave Burst search applied to LIGO data - Mme Elena Massera (University of Sheffield-LIGO scientific collaboration)   ()
16:58 Mass-Radius Relation of Neutron Stars in a Scalar-Tensor Theory - Soichiro Morisaki (University of Tokyo)   ()
17:06 Development of a Wide-Field CMOS Camera: Tomo-e Gozen and Contributions to EM Follow-up Observations of Gravitational Wave Events - Ryou Ohsawa (Institute of Astronomy, University of Tokyo)   ()
17:10 New parameter estimation method being free from the bias depending on sky region for targeted GW search - M. Kenji Ono (ICRR)   ()
17:14 Setting up a direct search for continuous gravitational wave signals using the Band Sample Data collection - Mlle Ornella Juliana Piccinni (University of Rome "La Sapienza" - INFN)   ()
17:18 Estimation of starting times of quasi-normal modes in ringdown gravitational waves with the Hilbert-Huang transform - M. Kazuki Sakai (Nagaoka University of Technology)   ()
17:22 Generalised resampling methodology for binary pulsars - akshat singhal (GSSI)   ()
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17:26 Physical Metric, Gravitational Waves and Dark Energy - M. Yukio Tomozawa (University of Michigan)   ()
17:30 Extracting the post-merger gravitational wave signal from binary neutron stars - Mlle Maria Concetta Tringali (University of Trento and INFN-TIFPA)   ()
17:34 Application of a zero-latency whitening filter to compact binary coalescence gravitational-wave searches - M. Leo Tsukada (The University of Tokyo)   ()
17:38 Templated search for black hole echo signals in LIGO data - M. Julian Westerweck (AEI Hannover)   ()
17:42 Study of Hilbert-Huang transform using iKAGRA injection data - Dr Takaaki Yokozawa (Osaka City University)   ()
17:46 Looking for truffles in trash: The new DMoff veto in Einstein@Home searches for continuous gravitational waves - Dr Sylvia Zhu (Albert Einstein Institute)   ()
17:50 Cocktail   ()
12:30
Lunch (until 14:00) ()
12:30 Lunch   ()
12:30 SOC meeting   (Salle Berlioz B)
14:00
Continuous Waves and Stochastic Signals (until 16:00) ()
14:00 The detection of Continuous Gravitational Waves in the Advanced Detector Era - Dr Paola Leaci (Sapienza University and INFN)   ()
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14:35 Searching for the stochastic gravitational-wave background with Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo - Dr Nelson Christensen (Artemis)   ()
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15:10 Einstein@Home all-sky search for continuous gravitational waves in advanced LIGO data - Dr Sinéad Walsh (University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee)   ()
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15:25 Hunting the oxymoron: transient continuous waves from disturbed neutron stars - Dr David Keitel (University of Glasgow)   ()
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15:40 Searches for Gravitational Waves from Scorpius X-1 with Advanced LIGO - Dr John Whelan (Rochester Institute of Technology)   ()
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16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Binary Black Hole Science (until 18:00) ()
16:30 Binary black hole observations with Advanced LIGO - Dr Chad Hanna (Penn State)   ()
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17:05 Binary black hole spins - Dr Christopher Berry (University of Birmingham)   ()
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17:20 Testing the area theorem with gravitational wave signals - Mlle Miriam Cabero Mueller (Albert Einstein Institute Hannover)   ()
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17:35 Gravitational Lensing of Gravitational Waves - Prof. Tjonnie Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)   ()
19:00
Dinner (until 22:30) ()
12:30
Lunch (until 14:00) ()
14:00
Multi-messenger (until 15:20) ()
14:00 Gravitational-wave transient candidate alerts: prospect and challenges for the multi-messenger astronomy - Marica Branchesi (Università di Urbino/INFN-Sezione di Firenze)   ()
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14:35 The SVOM mission in the multi-messenger era - Dr Sarah Antier (LAL)   ()
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14:50 Optimal follow-up observations of gravitational wave events with small optical telescopes - Dr Tatsuya Narikawa (ICRR, University of Tokyo)   ()
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15:05 Estimating short gamma-ray burst luminosities in conjunction with gravitational wave observations - Dr Ik Siong Heng (University of Glasgow)   ()
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15:20
Closure (until 16:20) ()
15:20 Poster prize talk: Mass-Radius Relation of Neutron Stars in a Scalar-Tensor Theory - M. Soichiro Morisaki (Research Center for the Early Universe, the University of Tokyo, Japan.)   ()
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15:30 Poster prize talk: Estimation of starting times of quasi-normal modes in ringdown gravitational waves with the Hilbert-Huang transform - M. Kazuki Sakai (Nagaoka University of Technology)   ()
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15:40 Poster prize talk: Looking for truffles in trash: The new DMoff veto in Einstein@Home searches for continuous gravitational waves - Sylvia Zhu (Albert Einstein Institute)   ()
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15:50 Workshop highlights - Alan Weinstein (Caltech)   ()
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