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for the parallel workshop sessions in Gravitational Waves.

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Thursday – Sep 8, 2011
14:30 – 16:10 Gravitational Waves W1
Parallel Session (Clubraum 3) – Chair: Eugenio Coccia
14:30
(20' + 5')
Past and future in the quest for gravitational wave transients slides Laura Cadonati (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
14:55
(20' + 5')
Gravitational wave transients state-of-the-arts: Detection confidence and signal reconstruction slides Giovanni Andrea Prodi (University of Trento and INFN)
15:20
(20' + 5')
Current status of LCGT project slides Shinji Miyoki (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo)
15:45
(20' + 5')
Electromagnetic follow-up of gravitational wave transient signal candidates slides Marica Branchesi (Università di Urbino/INFN Sezione di Firenze)
16:50 – 18:40 Gravitational Waves W2
Parallel Session (Clubraum 3) – Chair: Szabolcs Marka
16:50
(15' + 5')
Gravitational wave tricks for multi-messenger astronomy slides Bruce Allen (MPI for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) Hannover)
17:10
(15' + 5')
First Joint analysis between GW and HEN using LIGO/Virgo-ANTARES data slides Irene Di Palma (Max Planck Institut, AEI)
17:30
(15' + 5')
Searches for gravitational wave signals form rotating neutron stars slides Andrzej Krolak (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences)
17:50
(15' + 5')
The Einstein Telescope: A third generation gravitational wave observatory slides Harald Lück (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik)
18:10
(12' + 3')
Vibrational excitation induced by electron beam and cosmic rays in normal and superconductive aluminum bars slides Francesco Ronga (INFN)
18:25
(12' + 3')
A laser gyroscope system to detect the gravito-magnetic effect on Earth slides Angela D. V. Di Virgilio (INFN-Pisa)
Updated 10 August 2014
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