April 5, 2010 , Tuesdays 11:30am-12:30pm / the Miller Room, Rockefeller 221 (or Friday 12:30 pm-1:30 pm when so noted).
Xavier Siemens , Univ Wisconsin
Gravitational wave astronomy in the next decade
In the next decade two types of gravitational wave experiments are expected to result in the direct detection of gravitational waves: Advanced ground-based interferometric detectors and pulsar timing experiments. In my talk I will describe both types of experiments and their sensitivities to various types of gravitational wave sources. I will also discuss some of the impacts of these experiments on astronomy and cosmology.
Host: Andrew Tolley