We'd be grateful if you acknoweldge Nordita in papers resulting from this program. Please email Axel firstname.lastname@example.org if you want a preprint number ~8-24h before your arXiv submission, so you can list it under "reports" under metadata.
Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
Gravitational waves promise a new window into the highest-energy events in the evolution of the universe. The recent LIGO/Virgo detections of gravitational waves from the mergers of binary black holes and binary neutron stars have ignited interest in the future direction of gravitational wave astronomy.
The space-based Laser Interferometer Satellite Antenna (LISA), due for launch in 2034, will enable direct detection of gravitational waves of frequencies around a milliHertz. This frequency range makes LISA sensitive to stochastic gravitational wave backgrounds produced by unknown physics operating in the early universe, including first-order phase transitions at the electroweak scale.
This Nordita program will bring scientists together to engage in an effort to characterize and detect sources contributing to the gravitational wave background from the early universe, and the implications for new physics at the TeV scale and beyond.
Week 1 (26.8 - 30.8): Inflation, cosmic strings, and probes of high-energy and gravitational physics. Week 2 (2.9 - 6.9): Cosmological phase transitions, primordial turbulence and relic magnetic fields. Week 3 (9.9 - 13.9): Data analysis for early Universe sources Week 4 (16.9 - 20.9): Conference
Nordita provides a limited number of rooms in the Stockholm apartment hotel BizApartments free of charge for accepted participants.