Current challenges in gravitational physics WORKSHOP
This workshop aims to connect different communities and research areas in gravitational physics by covering observational and theoretical topics.
More specifically, the focus will be on tests of gravity, gravitational waves, numerical simulations and data analysis, and theoretical models (including modified gravity).
Each of the six days provides a series of invited talks by leading experts along with generous time for discussion.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, this workshop will take place online.
The program will run in the European afternoons to maximize participation across time zones.
Photo credit: Miguel Bezares
Alessandra Buonanno (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics)
Alessandra Silvestri (Leiden University)
Paulo Freire (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
Sourabh Nampalliwar (University of Tübingen)
Avery Broderick (Perimeter Institute)
Antonio Padilla (University of Nottingham)
Kazuya Koyama (University of Portsmouth)
David Langlois (APC Paris)
Jeremy Sakstein (University of Hawaii)
Lasma Alberte (Imperial College)
Katy Clough (University of Oxford)
Astrid Eichhorn (CP3-Origins, Denmark)
Toby Wiseman (Imperial College)
Shinji Mukohyama (Yukawa Institute)
Lavinia Heisenberg (ETH Zürich)
Alex Bentley Nielsen (University of Stavanger)
Matt Lewandowski (Northwestern University)
Diana López Nacir (University of Buenos Aires)
Kostas Glampedakis (Murcia University)
Paolo Pani (Sapienza University)
Brando Bellazzini (CEA Paris-Saclay)
Leo Stein (University of Mississippi)
Helvi Witek (University of Illinois)
Pau Figueras (Queen Mary University of London)
Jose Antonio Font (Universitat de València)
Enrico Barausse, Miguel Bezares, Marco Crisostomi, Jaumila Gonzalez, Mario Herrero-Valea, Sebastian Völkel
This event is supported by the ERC project GRavity from Astrophysical to Microscopic Scales