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38th ESLAB Symposium

5th International LISA Symposium

The 5th International LISA Symposium was held from July 12th to July 15th 2004 at ESTEC. Almost 200 attendees registered, 77 talks and about 30 posters were given. The final programme contains links to electronic versions of the talks given.

The proceedings of this conference have been published as a special edition of Classical and Quantum Gravity (Volume 22, Number 10, 21 May 2005).

Final Programme

 

Monday, 12 July

Opening Session
08.00
Registration
08.45
O. Jennrich: Welcome
Paper
09.00
K. Danzmann: LISA - the mission
09.30
B. Schutz: LISA and GR
10.00
10.30
Coffee Break

LISA Pathfinder
11.00
Paper
11.30
W. Folkner: ST-7 experiment (presented by S.Buchman)
12.00
W. Fichter: LISA Pathfinder Drag-Free Control: Closed Loop Performance and System Implications
Paper
12.30
13.00
Lunch
14.00
14.15
S. Buchman: GRS for ST-7
14.35
14.55
Coffee Break
15.25
15.55
Paper
16.15
Paper
16.25
16.45
Coffee Break
17.15
Paper
17.30
M. Armano: Gravitational Balance on LTP
Paper
17.40
Paper
17.50
S.Tobin: LISA Pathfinder Caging Mechanism EM
18.00
S. Buchman: DRS Caging
18.10
Adjourn

Tuesday, 13 July

Ground Based
08.00
Coffee Break
08.15
D. Shoemaker: Status of LIGO
08.45
09.15
Paper
09.45
Coffee Break
10.05
K. Hayama: Status of TAMA
10.35
Paper
11.05
P. Barriga: Status of ACIGA high power test facility for advanced interferometry
Paper
11.25
Coffee Break
11.45
D. Southwood: The ESA Science Programme
12.00
12.15
12.30
Paper
12.45
A. de Waard: MiniGRAIL
Paper
13.00
Lunch

LISA Instrumental I
14.00
B. Sheard: Laser frequency noise suppression by arm locking in LISA
Paper
14.20
Paper
14.40
Paper
15.00
Coffee Break
15.30
15.50
Paper
16.10
Paper
16.55
17.15
Coffee Break
17.40
Paper
18.00
C. Speake: Optical sensing for drag-free (presented by M. Cruise)
Paper
18.10
Paper
18.20
K.-S. Sun: Alternative gravitational and optical reference architecture for high-precision space laser interferometers
Paper
18.30
Adjourn

Wednesday, 14 July

LISA Instrumental II
08.30
Coffee Break
08.45
Paper
09.00
Paper
09.15
09.30
Paper
09.45
Paper
10.00
Coffee Break and Poster session
11.40
W. Folkner: Nominal frequency allocation plan for LISA (presented by D. Shaddock)
12.00
12.20
12.40
P. Bender: Wavefront Distortion and Beam Pointing for LISA
Paper
13.00
Lunch

Astrophysical Sources I
14.00
14.25
S. Portegies Zwart: Intermediate mass black holes in dense star clusters as gravitational wave sources
14.50
15.15
Coffee Break
15.45
Paper
16.10
Paper
16.35
Paper
17.00
Coffee Break

Poster Session
17.30
Poster authors are kindly asked to attend their posters
19.00
Adjourn

Thursday, 15 July

Astrophysical Sources II
08.35
09.00
Paper
09.25
Coffee Break
09.45
Paper
10.05
Paper
10:25 M. Campanelli: The coalescence remenant of spinning binary black holes Paper
10.45
11:05 Coffee Break
   
Modelling and Simulation
11.30
11.45
Paper
12.00
H. Peabody: LISA thermal design
Paper
12.15
Paper
12.30
Paper
12.45
Paper
13.00
Lunch

Data Analysis for LISA
14.00
14.20
14.40
15:00 Coffee Break
15.20
15.40
16.00
Paper
16.15
Coffee Break
16:45 J.Gair: Detection of extreme mass ratio inspirals with LISA: Search strategy and detection rate estimates Paper
17.00
17.15

Conclusions
17.30
O. Jennrich: Concluding remarks
17.45
Adjourn

Posters
E. Garcia-Berro et al: Gravitational wave radiation from the merging of white dwarfs
A.D.A.M. Spallicci and B. Chauvineau: Capture of stars by black holes: Brans-Dicke theory
Paper
A.D.A.M. Spallicci: Capture of stars by black holes: Waveforms
Paper
A.D.A.M. Spallicci: Detection improvement of coalescing binaries by mirror thermal noise reduction
G. Garcia-Cuadrado et al: Primordial gravitational waves from Modified gravity
De Aranjo: Astrophysical sources of gravitational waves detectable by the Brazilian spherical antenna
Paik: Wideband gravitational wave detection on the Moon
Cruise and Ingley: A correlation detector for high frequency gravitational waves
Paper
K. Aplin: A Field Effect Spacecraft Neutraliser for the LISA Pathfinder Mission
Paper
M. Landgraf: Mission Design for LISA Pathfinder
Paper
N. Brandt: End-To-End Performance Simulation For Lisa Pathfinder
Paper
D. Smart: LISA Pathfinder Caging Mechanism EM
J. Evans: Plan for Compensation of Self-Gravity on ST-7/DRS
Paper
D. Desiderio: Gravitational Reference Sensor EM for LISA Pathfinder
N. Solway: Design And Performance Of A Micronewton Proportional Thruster
N. Dunbar: The system challenges of Smart-2/LISA Pathfinder
M. Armano: Gravitational Balance on LTP
VV: The LTP Science Requirements
Carbone: Torsion pendulum ground testing
Paper
K. Hayama: Reducing Binary Confusion Noise
Paper
M. Tinto: The LISA Zero-Signal Solution
Paper
M. Vallisneri: Observing Binary Systems with LISA: parameter estimation
M. Vallisneri: Synthetic LISA: simulation data-analysis and interferometry in a model LISA
A. Krolak: Optimal filtering of the LISA data
L. Barack: SNR estimates, parameter extraction accuracy, and the effect of confusion background from inspirals
J. Gair: Detection of extreme mass ratio inspirals with LISA: Search strategy and detection rate estimates
J. Edlund: Simulating the white-dwarf galactic background in the LISA data
M. Seko: LISA and Gravitational Wave Background Anisotropies

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