from 28 November 2022 to 2 December 2022 (Europe/Warsaw)
Europe/Warsaw timezone
The purpose of this workshop is to discuss how gravitational waves may serve as tools to explore possible fundamental physics beyond the Standard Model, such as first order phase transitions in the early Universe, cosmic strings, primordial black holes and scenarios for cosmological inflation. In addition, it will explore how gravitational wave signals may reveal possible modifications of general relativity. With these aims in mind, the workshop will bring together experts in particle physics, cosmology and the gravitational wave community.

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Talks are by invitation only.

Besides the talks we plan to have 1-hour panel discussion session each day where we discuss the questions unanswered during the talks and some open questions in the topic.

Time: 14:30-19:00 CET

Registration is now open.

Confirmed Speakers:

November 28: Topological Defects

Mairi Sakellariadou (London, UK)

Alexander Vikman (Prague, Czech Republic)

Oriol Pujolas (Barcelona, Spain)

David Dunsky (New York, USA)

Lara Sousa (Porto, Portugal)

November 29: Phase Transitions

Mark Hindmarsh (Sussex, UK)

Graham White (Tokyo, Japan)

Marieke Postma (NIKHEF, the Netherlands)

Michael Baker (Melbourne, Australia)

Bibhushan Shakya (DESY, Germany)

December 1: Inflationary Sources and Primordial Black Holes

Subodh Patil (Leiden, the Netherlands)

Daniel Figueroa (Valencia, Spain)

Lauren Pearce (Penn State, USA)

Keisuke Inomata (Chicago, USA)

Zhong-zhi Xianyu (Beijing, China)

December 2: Astrophysical Sources and Gravitational Waces Detectors

Kris Pardo (Caltech, USA)

Tessa Baker (QMul, London, UK)

Raffaele Tito D'Agnolo (IPTh, France)

Volodymyr Takhistov (KEK, Japan)

Heling Deng (Oregon State University, USA)
Starts 28 Nov 2022 13:45
Ends 2 Dec 2022 19:30