Gravitational scattering, inspiral, and radiation POSTPONED TO APRIL 12, 2021May 18, 2020
The purpose of the workshop is to gather theorists working on apparently different areas which are nevertheless connected to the recent discovery of gravitational waves. More specifically its aims are to: (i) deepen links and foster new collaborations between the quantum gravitational scattering amplitude and the GR community, leading to the calculation of new, high-order, terms in the post-Newtonian and post-Minkowskian perturbative approaches to the physics of binary systems; (ii) identify new synergies between the GR analytical and numerical communities which have already proved to be so crucial in constructing the waveform templates necessary for the analysis of LIGO/Virgo data; (iii) use recent progress on gravitational scattering and radiation in ultra-relativistic collisions of elementary particles or strings to improve the determination of parameters appearing in the effective-one-body approach to the relativistic two-body problem. This includes profiting from a newly-discovered on-shell construction of gravitational amplitudes from gauge-theory amplitudes; (iv) connect properties of the gravitational wave spectrum at low frequencies to recent developments in soft-graviton theorems at sub- and sub-sub-leading level, including predictions for gravitational memory, BMS asymptotic symmetries, and logarithmic enhancements; (v) explore various consequences of modified gravity theories for the LIGO/Virgo discoveries.
Analytic and numerical methods for the general relativistic two-body problem High energy gravitational scattering and radiation New approaches to gravitational amplitudes Soft theorems and their use for computing GW signals Alternative theories of gravity
We regret to inform you that, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the whole seven week GGI workshop "Gravitational scattering, inspiral, and radiation" has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The workshop has been rescheduled for the next year 2021. We would really appreciate your participation to the new activity, and, in case, you will need to apply again on the GGI website.
Further developments will be posted on the GGI webpages.
The workshop Organizers
The GGI Director, Stefania de Curtis
Dimitri Colferai (University of Florence), Claudia de Rham (Imperial College London), Alessandro Nagar (INFN, Turin), Donal O’Connell (University of Edinburgh), Pierre Vanhove (CEA, Saclay), Gabriele Veneziano (CERN), Alexander Zhiboedov (CERN)
Gravitational Scattering Inspiral and Radiation POSTPONED (Conference) - Jun 16, 2020