Monday 26th June
Gravitational-wave detectors
09:00-10:00 Gravitational Wave Detection J.-Y. Vinet   video
10:00-11:00 Ground-based Gravitational-wave Detectors: Prospects for the Future D. Reitze pdf
Coffee break
11:30-12:30 LISA 2017: A New Beginning I. Thorpe pdf video
14:15-15:15 The Discover Potential of Pulsar Timing Arrays X. Siemens   video
15:15-15:40 LIGO-India: Beyond discovery of Gravitational waves T. Souradeep   video
15:40-16:05 LISA Technology Development at the University of Florida J. Conklin   video
Coffee break
16:35-17:00 Measuring the stochastic gravitational-wave background from stalling massive black-hole binaries I. Dvorkin pdf video
17:00-17:25 4.5 Post-Newtonian order gravitational radiation T. Marchand pdf video
17:25-17:50 Scalar Tensor Waveforms to second post-Newtonian order A. Heffernan pdf video
17:50-18:15 Dynamics of compact binary systems in scalar-tensor theories at the third post-Newtonian order L. Bernard pdf video
Tuesday 27th June
Data analysis
09:00-10:00 LISA is not LIGO in space N. Cornish   video
10:00-11:00 Gravitational wave bursts: Detection with minimal assumptions S. Klimenko   video
Coffee break
11:30-12:30 The LIGO discoveries: how to read the basic physics off the data B. Allen pdf video
14:15-15:15 Testing general relativity with gravitational waves C. Van den Broek   video
15:15-15:40 Wavelet-based search of coalescing compact binaries with GW detectors V. Gayathri   video
15:40-16:05 Fourier-domain response and Bayesian parameter estimation for LISA S. Marsat pdf video
Coffee break + Poster session : B. Chauvineau, B. Bochner, T. Dent, J.-B. Fouvry, W. Han, M. Oltean
16:55-17:20 A new method for incorporating precession and higher-order modes in searches for compact binaries J. Willis pdf video
17:20-17:45 Horizon surface gravity in black hole binaries A. Le Tiec pdf video
17:45-18:10 Analytical gravitational self-force C. Kavanagh pdf video
18:10-18:35 The particle-without-particle approach to the self-force problem M. Oltean pdf video
Wednesday 28th June
Waveform modelling
09:00-10:00 Post-Newtonian Modelling of Inspiralling Compact Binaries L. Blanchet pdf video
10:00-11:00 The Effective-One-Body Approach to Compact Binaries and its Synergy with Other Approaches T. Damour pdf video
Coffee break
11:30-12:30 Gravitational waveforms from numerical simulations of binary-black-hole mergers L. Kidder pdf video
14:15-15:15 Gravitational waves from neutron-star binaries M. Shibata pdf video
15:15-16:15 Modelling EMRIs using Self-Force M. van de Meent pdf video
16:15-16:40 An eccentric binary black hole inspiral-merger-ringdown gravitational waveform model from numerical relativity and post-Newtonian theory I. Hinder pdf video
Coffee break
17:10-17:35 Towards an advanced wave extraction algorithm in numerical relativity A. Nerozzi pdf video
17:35-18:10 Fully numerical calibrated waveforms for extreme-mass-ratio-insprials in effective-one-body frame W. Han   video
Thursday 29th June
Astrophysics of gravitational-wave sources
09:00-10:00 The ongoing LIGO search for gravitational-waves: BH-BH modeling K. Belczynski pdf video
10:00-11:00 Dynamical Formation of Black Hole Binaries in Dense Stellar Systems H. M. Lee pdf video
Coffee break
11:30-12:30 Progenitors of LIGO's black holes S. de Mink pdf video
14:15-15:15 The future of gravitational wave detection: the low frequency band A. Sesana pdf video
15:15-16:15 Massive black hole binaries in the cosmos M. Volonteri   video
16:15-16:40 Formation of stellar-mass binary black holes and identifying their origins K. Inayoshi   video
Coffee break
17:10-17:35 A stochastic gravitational-wave background from binary black hole mergers B. Whiting pdf video
17:35-18:00 Anisotropy of the astrophysical gravitational wave background: angular power spectrum and correlation with cosmological observations G. Cusin pdf video
18:00-18:25 Does the gravitational waveform depend on the spin supplementary conditions? B. Mikoczi pdf video
18:25-18:50 Two-body problem in Scalar-Tensor theories: an Effective-One-Body approach F.-L. Julié pdf video
Friday 30th June
Multi-messenger astronomy
09:00-10:00 Astrophysical Signatures of Black Hole Mergers M. Campanelli   video
10:00-11:00 GRBs, Macronova, Cocoon Emission and Radio Flares T. Piran pdf video
Coffee break
11:30-12:30 Gravitational waves from core collapse supernovae E. Mueller pdf video
14:15-15:15 Facing the challenge of testing GR with gravitational waves L. Lehner pdf video
15:15-15:40 Measuring the peculiar acceleration of binary black holes with LISA N. Tamanini pdf video
Coffee break
16:10-16:35 Waveforms produced by a particle plunging into a black hole in massive gravity: Excitation of quasibound states and quasinormal modes M. Ould el Hadj pdf video
16:35-17:00 Gauge dependence of gravitational waves generated from scalar perturbations J.-C. Hwang pdf video


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