13-18 December 2015
International Conference Centre Geneva
Europe/Zurich timezone

Late-time cosmology with eLISA

16 Dec 2015, 16:15
Level 2, Room 13 (International Conference Centre Geneva)

Level 2, Room 13

International Conference Centre Geneva

17 Rue de Varembé, 1211 Geneva


Nicola Tamanini (CEA - France)


In this talk I will consider the application of eLISA as a probe of the late-time cosmological expansion. In particular I will first review the concept of standard sirens and how these can be used to investigate the distant-to-redshift relation. I will then discuss the best strategies to obtain as many standard sirens as possible, taking into account what kinds of electro-magnetic counterparts could reasonably be detected and by which instruments. Finally, employing realistically simulated data, I will present the constraints we will be able to obtain on the cosmological parameters of LambdaCDM and dark energy models.

Primary author

Nicola Tamanini (CEA - France)


Alberto Sesana (Birmingham University) Chiara Caprini (CEA-Saclay) Enrico Barausse

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