As the second generation of ground-based gravitational wave interferometric detectors has come live and observed the first signals from binary black hole mergers, future observing runs will keep collecting data at unprecedented sensitivities, with an expanding network of detectors. The talk will discuss the plans and challenges in analyzing these data in search of a variety of source classes – building on the first generation legacy – and the associated science prospects.
Frédérique Marion (Laboratoire d'Annecy-le-Vieux de physique des particules (LAPP), CNRS)
October 21, 2016
14:00 - 15:00