Conference: Meeting of the National Research Group on Gravitational Waves

from Tuesday, 30 March 2021 (09:00) to Thursday, 1 April 2021 (18:15)
Institut Henri Poincaré (Amphithéâtre Hermite)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
30 Mar 2021
31 Mar 2021
1 Apr 2021
AM
09:00 Primordial Black Holes and Cosmological Gravitational Waves - Misao Sasaki (IPMU)   ()
09:30
Contributed talks: Waveforms (until 10:30) ()
09:30 Spinning black holes fall in Love - Dr Alexandre Le Tiec (Observatoire de Paris)   ()
09:45 Effective two-body approach to the hierarchical three-body problem - Adrien Kuntz (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)   ()
10:00 Schwarzschild-Tangherlini metric from scattering amplitudes in various dimensions - Stavros Mougiakakos (IPhT,CEA-Saclay)   ()
10:15 Gravitational Bremsstrahlung in the Post-Minkowskian Effective Field Theory - Massimiliano Maria Riva   ()
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Expected properties of electromagnetic counterparts of BHNS mergers - Giancarlo Ghirlanda   ()
11:30 Probing subatomic physics with gravitational waves from neutron star binary inspirals - Tania Hinderer   ()
09:00 Minimalism in modified gravity - Shinji Mukohyama   ()
09:30 The Speed of Gravity - Claudia De Rham   ()
10:00 From Amplitudes to Waveforms - David Kosower   ()
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Testing strong gravity with quasi-normal-modes - Sweta Bhagwat   ()
11:30 Gravitational waves as probe of the very early universe - Valerie Domcke   ()
09:00
Contributed talks: populations of sources (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Hierarchical triples can explain LIGO-Virgo mergers - Giacomo Fragione (Northwestern University)   ()
09:15 The cosmic merger rate density of compact binaries - Mr Filippo Santoliquido (University of Padova)   ()
09:30 Discriminating between different scenarios for the formation and evolution of massive black holes with LISA - Alexandre Toubiana (APC/IAP)   ()
09:45 Searching binary black holes in Milky Way and other nearby galaxies with LISA - Rafia SARWAR (Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan)   ()
10:00 The massive binary black hole population across cosmic time seen under a semi-analytical perspective - David Izquierdo-Villalba (Università degli studi di Milano-Bicocca)   ()
10:15 Dynamical process impact on CBC GW background - Carole PERIGOIS (LAPP, Annecy)   ()
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Lessons on the equation of state from binary neutron stars - Luciano Rezzolla   ()
11:30 Towards a gravitational wave map of the Local Group of galaxies - Elena Rossi   ()
PM
12:00 Multimessenger astronomy with massive black hole binaries - Alberto Sesana   ()
12:30 --- Lunch break ---
14:00
Contributed talks: Data analysis methods (until 15:30) ()
14:00 GPE: GPU-accelerated parameter estimation for gravitational waves - Ms Yun-Jing Huang (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)   ()
14:15 DeepHMC: a deep neural network enhanced Hamiltonian Monte Carlo algorithm for accelerated Bayesian inference of binary neutron star parameters - Marc Arène (APC)   ()
14:30 It takes two (spins) to tango: Interpreting gravitational-wave data with a generalized effective precession parameter - Matthew Mould   ()
14:45 Sparse Data Inpainting for LISA gapped data - Aurore Blelly (CEA/IRFU)   ()
15:00 Localizing massive binary black holes with LISA - Sylvain Marsat (APC)   ()
15:15 Rapid Identification of continuous gravitational-wave signals - Iuri La Rosa (LAPP, CNRS, La Sapienza)   ()
15:30
Contributed talks: Neutron stars, supernovae and heavy elements (until 16:00) ()
15:30 GW190814: On the properties of the secondary component of the binary - Mr BHASKAR BISWAS (IUCAA, Pune )   ()
15:45 What can be learned from a proto-neutron star's mass and radius ? - Edwan PREAU (APC)   ()
16:00 --- Coffee break ---
16:30
Contributed talks: Neutron stars, supernovae and heavy elements (until 17:00) ()
16:30 Gravitational wave signature of proto-neutron star convection - Raphaël Raynaud (CEA Saclay)   ()
16:45 Influence of the crust on neutron star macrophysical quantities and universal relations - Lami Suleiman (Laboratoire Univers et Théories et Centre d'Astronomie Nicolas Copernic (Pologne))   ()
17:00 Experimental challenges to astrophysical reach of ground-based detectors - Gabriela Gonzalez   ()
17:30 Flexible analysis of gravitational wave data: signal polarization and detector glitches - Katerina Chatzioannou   ()
12:00 Primordial Nano Black Holes - Antonio Riotto   ()
12:30 --- Lunch break ---
14:00
Contributed talks: Cosmology (until 16:00) ()
14:00 Probing the inflationary particle content with gravitational waves - Matteo Fasiello (IFT UAM-CSIC, Madrid)   ()
14:15 Kination cosmology from scalar fields and gravitational-wave signatures - Peera Simakachorn (Universität Hamburg and DESY)   ()
14:30 Gravitational radiation from MHD turbulence in the early universe - Alberto Roper Pol (APC)   ()
14:45 Theoretical uncertainties for cosmological phase transitions - Oliver Gould (University of Nottingham)   ()
15:00 Cosmology with dark gravitational wave sources - Suvodip Mukherjee (University of Amsterdam)   ()
15:15 Constraining the Hubble constant and modified GW propagation with LIGO/Virgo dark sirens and galaxy catalogs - Mancarella Michele (Université de Genève)   ()
15:30 Mapping the inhomogeneous Universe with Standard Sirens: Degeneracy between inhomogeneity and modified gravity theories - Marios Kalomenopoulos (University of Edinburgh)   ()
15:45 Study of Neutron Star in the presence of Dark Matter - Harish Chandra Das (Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India)   ()
16:00 --- Coffee break ---
16:30 Quantum noise in interferometric gravitational-wave detectors - Eleonora Capocasa   ()
17:00 A global perspective on LISA analysis and cosmological backgrounds - Neil Cornish   ()
17:30 Gravitational-wave background mapping: investigations in LIGO and prospects for LISA - Arianna Renzini   ()
12:00 Einstein Telescope - Edward Porter   ()
12:15
Contributed talks: Multi-messenger signals (until 12:30) ()
12:15 Multi-messenger studies with GRANDMA - Dr Sarah Antier (APC)   ()
12:30 --- Lunch break ---
14:00
Contributed talks: Multi-messenger signals (until 14:30) ()
14:00 Catching black holes with tidal disruption events - martina toscani (Università degli studi di Milano)   ()
14:15 Parameter estimation for inspiralling MBH binaries in LISA - Dr Alberto Mangiagli (APC)   ()
14:30
Contributed talks: Tests of GR and alternative theories (until 16:00) ()
14:30 Dynamics of Screening in Modified Gravity - Lotte ter Haar (SISSA)   ()
14:45 Detecting scalar field with extreme mass ratio inspirals - Nicola Franchini (Sissa)   ()
15:00 Metric reconstruction with gravitational waves and shadows - Dr Sebastian Völkel (SISSA and IFPU, Trieste, Italy)   ()
15:15 How does a dark compact object ringdown? - Elisa Maggio (Sapienza University of Rome)   ()
15:30 The onset of spontaneous scalarization in generalised scalar-tensor theories - Giulia Ventagli (University of Nottingham)   ()
15:45 Perturbing binary black holes with effective field theory - Leong Khim Wong   ()
16:00 --- Coffee break ---
16:30 Some recent results in GW astrophysics - Daniel Holz   ()
17:00 Some thoughts on the properties of the population of BBH mergers - Matias Zaldarriaga   ()
17:30 Prospects for the future of gravitational-wave observation - David Shoemaker   ()