Einstein Telescope Community Meeting Autumn 2022

Europe/Berlin
Königlicher Pferdestall

Königlicher Pferdestall

Appelstraße 7 30167 Hannover
Michèle Heurs (Universität Hannover / AEI Hannover), Harald Lück (AEI Hannover), Achim Stahl (RWTH Aachen), Christian Stegmann (Z_Ltg (DESY Zeuthen))
Description

The individual presentations are now available for download in the Timetable

The German Einstein Telescope Community is invited to a face-to-face meeting in Hanover to present status and perspectives in Gravitational Wave Astronomy.

The status of future projects such as the PTA (Pusar Timing Array), LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna) space mission and potential observing opportunities at 10 kHz and beyond will be presented.

Current German activities towards the realization of the Einstein Telescope (ET) will be presented and discussed in view of a German contribution to this future Gravitational Wave interferometer.

Short topical mini-workshops shall introduce into the topics

  • Data Analysis
  • Optics, Mirrors, Coatings
  • Mechanics, Cryogenics, Vacuum, etc.

to enable potential participation of new groups in the ET activities in Germany.

The meeting is organized as a hybrid event.

 

Short link to this conference page: https://indico.desy.de/e/etdc2022

Participants
  • Achim Stahl
  • Aditya Parthasarathy
  • Akash Vani
  • Albrecht Kamlah
  • Alexander Kappes
  • Ameek Malhotra
  • Ana Caramete
  • Andreas Haungs
  • Andreas Ringwald
  • André Lohde
  • Angela Borchers
  • Anuradha Samajdar
  • Argyro Sasli
  • Arwa Elhashash
  • Benjamin Schwab
  • Benno Willke
  • Bodo Kühn
  • Cailing Fu
  • Chiara Arina
  • Christian Gräf
  • Christian Stegmann
  • Christoph Reinhardt
  • CS Unnikrishnan
  • Daniel Bemmerer
  • Daniel Voigt
  • David Wu
  • Eduard Klett
  • Firoz KHAN
  • Frank Ohme
  • Gaetano Luciano
  • Gerard Cornet
  • Giacomo Bruno
  • GIANLUCA GEMME
  • Graziano Pascale
  • Guido Müller
  • Harald Lueck
  • Harsh Narola
  • Huanchen Hu
  • Ioannis Antoniou
  • Ivan Markin
  • Ivonne Zavala
  • James Lough
  • Janis Wöhler
  • Jannik Zenner
  • Jasper Venneberg
  • Jerome Degallaix
  • Joachim Wolf
  • Job de Kleuver
  • Jochen Weller
  • Johannes Dickmann
  • Johannes Erdmann
  • Jonathan Carter
  • Juliane von Wrangel
  • Katharina Battes
  • Katharina Henjes-Kunst
  • Katharina-Sophie Isleif
  • Kristen Lackeos
  • Kristopher Kruska
  • Liam Shelling Neto
  • Lieke van Son
  • Lijing Shao
  • Lisa Kamlade
  • Luca Graziani
  • Maite Mateu-Lucena
  • Maria Haupt
  • Marica Branchesi
  • Mariia Matiushechkina
  • Mario Martinez
  • Markus Bachlechner
  • Matteo Carlassara
  • Matthew Maniscalco
  • Mattia Emma
  • Meenakshi Mahesh
  • Melina Reiter
  • Michele Punturo
  • Michèle Heurs
  • Mika Gaedtke
  • Moritz Mehmet
  • Nenad Kralj
  • Nicole Knust
  • Nils Leander Goebbels
  • Nived Johny
  • Oliver Gerberding
  • Oliver Pooth
  • Panagiota Kanti
  • Patrick Baer
  • Paul Hapke
  • Pedro Schwaller
  • Pelin Cebeci
  • Phillip Booker
  • Prasanta Char
  • Pratik Chakraborty
  • Purnalingam Revathi
  • Rainer Spurzem
  • Raphaël Duque
  • Roman Schnabel
  • Rudolf Lepoole
  • Sara Al-Kershi
  • Sascha Rieger
  • sebastiano bernuzzi
  • Shichao Wu
  • Shreevathsa Chalathadka Subrahmanya
  • Shrobana Ghosh
  • Silvia Piranomonte
  • Sina Köhlenbeck
  • Stavros Katsanevas
  • Stefan Funk
  • Stefanie Kroker
  • Steffen Grohmann
  • Steffen Sauer
  • Susanne Milde
  • Sweta Shah
  • Thomas Berghoefer
  • Thomas Hebbeker
  • Tim Bartelsmeier
  • TIm Dietrich
  • Tim Kuhlbusch
  • Tista Mukherjee
  • Tobias Eckhardt
  • Tobias Fischer
  • Ulrich Wittrock
  • Verónica Villa-Ortega
  • Wanda Vossius
  • Wei-Tou Ni
  • Wolfgang Kastaun
    • 9:00 AM 9:15 AM
      Opening & Welcome 15m
      Speakers: Michèle Heurs (Uni Hanover), Harald Lück (AEI Hanover)
    • 9:15 AM 9:45 AM
      Keynote: Gravitational Wave Astronomy 30m

      Keynote speach

      Speaker: Marica Branchesi (GSSI)
    • 9:45 AM 10:00 AM
      Status of Pulsar Timing Array (PTA) 15m
      Speaker: Aditya Parthasarathy (MPIfR)
    • 10:00 AM 10:15 AM
      Status of LISA 15m
      Speaker: Guido Müller (AEI Hanover)
    • 10:15 AM 10:30 AM
      Gravitational waves at 10kHz and beyond 15m
      Speaker: Christoph Reinhardt (DESY)
    • 10:30 AM 10:55 AM
      Coffee break 25m
    • 10:55 AM 11:15 AM
      Status of ET in Europe and Germany 20m
      Speaker: Harald Lück (AEI Hanover)
    • 11:15 AM 11:30 AM
      The DZA and its role within ET 15m
      Speaker: Günther Hasinger
    • 11:30 AM 11:40 AM
      Coordination and communication team for ET in Germany 10m

      Presentation, discussion and mandate for the provisional team coordinating ET affairs in Germany.

      Speaker: Achim Stahl (RWTH Aachen)
    • 11:40 AM 12:10 PM
      Moderated panel discussion "Germany's contribution to ET" 30m

      Panel discussion moderated by Susanne Milde

      Speakers: Marica Branchesi (GSSI), Günther Hasinger (ESA), Stefanie Kroker (TU Braunschweig), Frank Ohme (AEI Hanover), Andreas Rietbrock (KIT)
    • 12:10 PM 1:00 PM
      Open discussion with panelists 50m
    • 1:00 PM 2:00 PM
      Networking lunch 1h
    • 2:00 PM 3:30 PM
      Topical mini-workshops: "ET activities in Germany": Topic 1: Data Analysis

      Three parallel workshops to present an overview of activities on ET in Germany and to discuss potential participation of new groups.

      Convener: Frank Ohme (AEI Hanover)
    • 2:00 PM 3:30 PM
      Topical mini-workshops: "ET activities in Germany": Topic 3: Mechanics, Cryogenics, Vacuum, etc.

      Three parallel workshops to present an overview of activities on ET in Germany and to discuss potential participation of new groups.

      Convener: Steffen Grohmann (KIT)
    • 2:00 PM 3:30 PM
      Topical mini-workshops: "ET activities in Germany": Topic2: Optics, Mirrors, Coatings

      Three parallel workshops to present an overview of activities on ET in Germany and to discuss potential participation of new groups.

      Convener: Stefanie Kroker (TU Braunschweig)