Challenges and future perspectives in GW astronomy: O4 and beyond, Leiden, Netherlands

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Date:  2024-10-14  -  2024-10-18

Location:  Leiden, Netherlands

The workshop “Challenges and future perspectives in gravitational-wave astronomy: O4 and beyond” will take place at the Lorentz Center (Leiden, Netherlands) from October 14th to October 18th, 2024.

Our goal is to foster an interdisciplinary discussion (with astrophysicists, data analysts, and machine learners) about how current and future observations of gravitational and electromagnetic waves can be used to shed light on the physics of compact-object formation and evolution.

We encourage interested participants to apply by July 21st, 2024 at:

Lorentz Workshops@Oort are scientific meetings for small groups of up to 55 participants, including both senior and junior scientists. We will dedicate a considerable amount of time to discussion sessions, thus stimulating an interactive atmosphere and encouraging collaboration between participants. The venue Lorentz Center@Oort is located at the Faculty of Science campus of Leiden University, the Netherlands. The Lorentz Center provides each participant with office space as well as various practical services such as arranging accommodations at the nearby hotel Van der Valk Hotel Leiden/Tulip Inn Leiden at a special rate, visa assistance, and bike rental. For more information see:

SOC: Fabio Antonini (chair), Maya Fishbach, Davide Gerosa, Laura Nuttall, Rosalba Perna, Simon Portegies Zwart.