Gravitational Waves from the Early Universe

from Monday, 26 August 2019 (09:00) to Friday, 20 September 2019 (18:00)
Nordita, Stockholm (122:026)

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26 Aug 2019
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28 Aug 2019
29 Aug 2019
30 Aug 2019
2 Sep 2019
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19 Sep 2019
20 Sep 2019
AM
10:00 Welcome and introductory remarks   (122:026)
10:15 Gravitational wave energy budget in strongly supercooled phase transitions - Dr Marek Lewicki   (122:026)
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10:00 A Real-Time Picture of False Vacuum Decay   (122:026)
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10:00 Latest observational signatures of cosmic strings: Gravitational waves and particle emission - Pierre Auclair (APC)   (122:026)
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10:00 Formation and evolution of primordial black hole binaries - Dr Ville Vaskonen (Kings College, London)   (122:026)
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10:00 Gravitational Waves: The stochastic background and its anisotropies. - Prof. Mairi Sakellariadou (King's College London)   (122:026)
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10:00 Nonperturbative analysis of the electroweak phase transition and its gravitational wave signal - Dr Oliver Gould (Helsinki University)   (122:026)
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10:00 Gravitational waves from first-order phase transitions: ultra-supercooled transitions and the fate of relativistic shocks - Dr Ryusuke Jinno (DESY)   (122:026)
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10:00 Sound shell model of acoustic gravitational wave production - Dr Mark Hindmarsh (University of Sussex)   (122:026)
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10:00 Phase transitions in BSM models and numerical simulations - Dr Kari Rummukainen (University of Oulu)   (122:026)
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10:00 Contributions of MHD turbulence to primordial gravitational wave production - Prof. Guenter Sigl (University of Hamburg)   (122:026)
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10:00 Chiral effects as the source of MHD turbulence and large-scale magnetic field - Prof. Igor Rogachevskii (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)   (122:026)
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10:00 Strong first-order phase transitions: Vorticity, droplets and gravitational waves - Daniel Cutting (University of Sussex)   (122:026)
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10:00 Observing the Gravitational Universe with the LISA - Dr Antoine Petiteau (Laboratoire APC)   (122:026)
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10:00 Inflationary magnetogenesis and the gravitational wave signal - Sayan Mandal (Carnegie Mellon University)   (122:026)
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11:00 Welcome, registration and introduction   (122:026)
11:30 --- Lunch ---
10:00 GW and LSS signatures of PBH as Dark Matter - Prof. Juan Garcia-Bellido   (122:026)
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10:45 Probing the Inflationary Field Content with Primordial Gravitational Waves - Matteo Fasiello (ICG Portsmouth)   (122:026)
11:30 --- Lunch ---
10:00 Gravitational waves from the sound of a phase transition - Dr Mark Hindmarsh (University of Sussex)   (122:026)
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10:45 Simulating a strongly first-order thermal phase transition - Prof. David Weir (University of Helsinki)   (122:026)
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11:30 --- Lunch break ---
10:00 Early confinement and gravitational waves - Dr Djuna Croon (TRIUMF)   (122:026)
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10:45 Thermal resummation and the electroweak phase transition - Dr Yun Jiang (MPIK Heidelberg)   (122:026)
11:30 --- Lunch break ---
10:00 Discussion session   (122:026)
11:30 --- Lunch break ---
PM
13:00 Registration   (122:026)
14:00 Gravitational wave spectra from primordial magnetohydrodynamic turbulence - Alberto Roper Pol (University of Colorado. LASP)   (122:026)
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14:00 TBC   (122:026)
16:30 Wine & cheese, BBQ, Welcome from Nordita director Niels Obers   (122:026)
13:30 Nordita Astrophysics Seminar   (122:026)
15:30 Gravitational wave generation in a viable scenario of inflationary magnetogenesis - Ramkishor Sharma (University of Delhi)   (122:026)
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14:00 No talk   (122:026)
14:00 Stochastic gravitational waves from preheating - Jing Liu (Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (122:026)
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15:30
Discussion session (until 17:00) (122:026)
16:30 BBQ   (122:026)
14:00 Bubble wall velocities in first-order phase transitions - Dr Stephan Huber (University of Sussex)   (122:026)
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14:00
Discussion session (until 15:30) (122:026)
16:30 Nordita talk and social event   (122:026)
15:30 Gravitational wave detection with atomic clocks - Dr Igor Pikovski (University of Stockholm)   (122:026)
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14:00
Short talks - research in progress (until 15:00) (122:026)
14:00 Parameter estimation with LISA for gravitational waves from a first order phase transition - Chloe Gowling (University of Sussex)   (122:026)
14:15 Cosmological Phase Transition Parameters via Holography - Reuben Ares (University of Sussex)   (122:026)
14:30 The Lighthill Equation, and the SVT Decomposition of the Stress Tensor - Sayan Mandal (Carnegie Mellon University)   (122:026)
14:45 Subinertial range of gravitational wave spectra souced by hydromagnetic turbulence - Alberto Roper Pol (University of Colorado. LASP)   (122:026)
13:30
Nordita Astronomy Seminar (until 14:30) (122:026)
15:00
AlbaNova Colloquium (until 16:15) (122:026)
13:00 Gravitational Waves: The stochastic background and its anisotropies - Prof. Mairi Sakellariadou (King's College London)   (122:026)
13:45 Gravitational waves as a probe of the history of the universe - Prof. Jun'ichi Yokoyama (RESCEU, University of Tokyo)   (122:026)
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14:30 --- break ---
15:00 Constraining gravitational waves from inflation - Emanuela Dimastrogiovanni (University of Sydney)   (122:026)
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15:45 Gravitational wave production from Inflaton Collapse/A stringent limit on primordial magnetic fields from the CMB - Prof. Karsten Jedamzik   (122:026)
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16:30 Wine & cheese   (122:026)
13:15
OKC colloquium: Astrophysical searches for axions (Francesca Day) (until 14:15) (FB42)
14:30 --- break ---
15:00 Coherent Gravitational waves from cosmic strings - Dr Eugene Lim (Kings College, London)   (122:026)
15:45 Discussion session   (122:026)
13:00 Primordial turbulent sources for gravitational waves - Tina Kahniashvili (Carnegie Mellon University (USA) & Ilia State University (Georgia))   (122:026)
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13:45 Numerical simulations of gravitational waves from early universe turbulence - Alberto Roper Pol (University of Colorado. LASP)   (122:026)
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14:30 --- break ---
15:00 Gravitational wave evolution from acoustic and vortical sources - Axel Brandenburg (Nordita)   (122:026)
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15:45 Discussion session   (122:026)
17:00 Pizza!   (122:026)
13:00 Low-frequency gravitational wave detection with astrometric data - Deyan Mihaylov (Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam)   (122:026)
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13:45 Probing the Physics of the Early Universe with Gravitational Wave Interferometers - Dr Gianmassimo Tasinato (University of Swansea)   (122:026)
14:30 --- break ---
15:00 Colloquium: Baryons, dark matter and black holes: a common origin - Prof. Juan Garcia-Bellido (IFT, Autonoma de Madrid)   (AlbaNova F4)
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Thesis defence: Probing the early Universe with B-mode polarization: The Spider instrument, optical modelling and non-Gaussianity (until 14:30) (AlbaNova FD41)
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