DGRAV Seminar Series

Recent and Upcoming Seminars:

1st Thursday of each month, 3pm Eastern Time.

Date: Speaker: Title:

October 6, 2022

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Prof. Emanuele Berti (Johns Hopkins U) and Dr. Kaze Wong (Flatiron Institute)

“Building new tools for gravitational wave astronomy”

November 3, 2022

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Prof. Asimina Arvanitaki (Perimeter Institute) and Prof. Masha Baryakhtar (U. Washington) "Searching for Ultralight Particles with Black Hole Superradiance"
December 1, 2022

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Prof. Bob Wald (U. of Chicago) and Dr. Gautam Satishchandran (Princeton U.) “Black Holes are Watching You”

Feb. 2, 2023

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Prof. Saul Teukolsky (Caltech & Cornell University) and Mr. Keefe Mitman (Caltech)

“Nonlinearities in Black Hole Ringdowns"

March 2, 2023

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Prof. Stephen Taylor (Vanderbilt U.) and Dr. Nihan Pol (Vanderbilt U.)

“The Dawn of Pulsar Timing Array Gravitational-wave Astronomy”

April 6, 2023

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Prof. Salvatore Vitale (MIT) and Ms. Sylvia Biscoveanu (MIT)

“The spins of binary black holes following LIGO and Virgo’s third observing run“

May 4, 2023

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Prof. Eugenio Bianchi (Pennsylvania State University) and Prof. Lucas Hackl (University of Melbourne)

"Quantum Information and Quantum Gravity"

October 5, 2023

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Prof. Xavier Siemens (Oregon State University) and Dr. Joe Simon (University of Colorado Boulder)

“Evidence for a Stochastic Background of Gravitational Waves in the NANOGrav 15-yr dataset“

November 2, 2023

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Prof. Samuel Gralla (U. of Arizona) and Mr. Hongji Wei (U. of Arizona)

"Bob in a black hole, or: On Decoherence from Horizons"

December 7, 2023

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Prof. Alessandra Papa (Max Planck Institute) and Dr. Benjamin Steltner (Max Planck Institute)

"Volunteer Computing to Search the Sky for Continuous Gravitational Wave Emission"

March 7, 2024, 12pm EST 

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Prof. Sourav Chatterjee (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) and Mr. Chirag Chawla (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)

Gaia's Black Holes and Why they are Special

May 2, 2024 

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Prof. Daniel Holz (U. of Chicago) and Ms. Amanda Farah (U. of Chicago)

DGRAV Minus DAP: Gravitational-wave cosmology without astrophysics

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