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5th ET Symposium

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The 5th general Einstein Telescope Symposium was a full two day meeting on October 22-23, 2013, held at the AEI in Hannover.

Scope of the meeting was the scientific exchange within the ET scientific community and planning of ongoing activities, like ET R&D and ELiTES. All members of the Einstein Telescope Science Team were welcome to attend, but unfortunately we had to limit the number of participants to a maximum of 60 people due to space constraints.

The event web page is available here.

 

Agenda of the meeting and link to the talks:

October 22

Start end Duration    
Chair: K. Danzmann
09:30 09:40 00:10 H.Lueck Willkommen
09:40 10:00 00:20 M.Punturo EU projects and future
10:00 10:10 00:10 H.Lueck ET R&D
10:10 10:30 00:20 Th. Berghoefer News on APPEC and Horizon2020
10:30 11:00 00:30 K. Kuroda KAGRA
11:00 11:20 00:20   Coffee break
Chair: H. Lueck
11:20 11:50 00:30 Sathyaprakash Why ET?
11:50 12:10 00:20 I. Mandel Astrophysics with ET detections of compact binaries
12:10 12:30 00:20 A. Maselli Black hole-neutron star mergers
12:30 12:50 00:20 T. Regimbau MDC2
12:50 13:50 01:00   Lunch
13:50 14:30 00:40 all Poster session I and free discussion on collaboration issues
Chair: M. Punturo
14:30 14:50 00:20 J. van den Brand ET R&D - WG2
14:50 15:10 00:20 G. Papp On the influence of ocean dynamics on gravity noise
15:10 15:30 00:20 J. Harms Newtonian noise models for the Einstein Telescope
15:30 15:50 00:20 F. Ricci
1 year seismic measurements in Sos Enattos
15:50 16:10 00:20   Coffee break
Chair: K. Kuroda
16:10 16:30 00:20 N. Kimura Cryogenic technology developments in KAGRA
16:30 16:50 00:20 K. Yamamoto cryogenic payload for KAGRA
16:50 17:50 01:00 M.Punturo IGWR - Integrating GW Research (H2020) - preparatory discussion

October 23

Start end Duration    
Chair: A. Freise
09:00 09:30 00:30 C. Graef ET sensing and control.
09:30 09:50 00:20 R. Nawrodt Investigation of mechanical, optical and thermal properties of material for future GW detectors
09:50 10:10 00:20 D. Heinert The effect of anisotropy onto Brownian noise in Sapphire and Silicon test masses.
10:10 10:30 00:20 A. Cumming
Cryogenic suspension modelling and fabrication
10:30 10:50 00:20 M. ter Brake
Sorption cooling
10:50 11:10 00:20   Coffee break
Chair: R. Nawrodt
11:10 11:40 00:30 G. Cagnioli
On the dilution factor, coated silica loss and direct thermal noise measurements
11:40 12:00 00:20 J. Degallaix Update on the silicon absorption measurement
12:00 12:20 00:20 K. Agatsuma phase camera, which is a wave front sensor used for thermal compensation system.
12:20 12:40 00:20 S. Leavey Phase shift from sideways motion of a waveguide mirror.
12:40 13:40 01:00   Lunch
13:40 14:30 00:40 all Poster session II and discussion
Chair: M. Punturo
14:30 15:00 00:30  

Discussion: Publishing the ET DS paper

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Last Updated ( Friday, 28 November 2014 15:56 )  

News

The 8th ET Symposium will be hosted by the Institute of Gravitational Wave Astronomy at the University of Birmingham from 27th to 28th of March, 2017.
The first day of the meeting will be focused on the crucial tchnologies for 3G observatories, the morning of the 28th of March will focus on the science motivation for 3G and finally in the 28th afternoon we will discuss about the 3G and ET future, organisation and strategy.
Registration opens on the 22nd of February 2017. Here it is the link to the event: 8th ET Symposium.

 

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