Sep 23 – 26, 2019
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Session

Plenary Session

Sep 23, 2019, 9:30 AM
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Maritime Academy, Wały Chrobrego 1-2, Szczecin, Poland

Conveners

Plenary Session: Lecture 1 - Massimo Tinto, "Space-based gravitational wave observations in the mid-band frequency region”"

  • Marius P. Dabrowski (University of Szczecin)

Plenary Session: Lecture 4 - Masaru Shibata, “Merger and mass ejection for neutron star binaries”

  • Marius P. Dabrowski (University of Szczecin)

Plenary Session: Lecture 5 - Jorge Pullin, “Loop quantum gravity: developments and recent results”

  • Marek Biesiada (University of Silesia)

Plenary Session: Lecture 9 - S. Capozziello, “Cosmography as a tool to discriminate between modified gravity and dark energy”

  • Vincenzo Salzano (University of Szczecin)

Plenary Session: Lecture 11 - Raymond Vivien, "Gravitational Waves Observations by LIGO and Virgo"

  • Edward Malec ()

Plenary Session: Lecture 12 - Yongge Ma, “Loop quantum scalar-tensor gravity and its cosmological implication”

  • Edward Malec ()

Plenary Session: Lecture 10 - Hermann Nicolai, “K(E10) and Standard Model Physics”

  • Vincenzo Salzano (University of Szczecin)

Plenary Session: Lecture 6 - Joseph Conlon, “String Compactifications and the Swampland”

  • Marek Biesiada (University of Silesia)

Plenary Session: Lecture 7 - Jan de Boer, “Gravity and quantum information”

  • Marek Biesiada (University of Silesia)

Plenary Session: Lecture 8 - Tsvi Piran “Lessons from GW170817, what did we see, what caused it and what can we expect in the coming future”

  • Marek Biesiada (University of Silesia)

Plenary Session: Lecture 2 - Jacques Delabrouille, “Constraining gravitation with CMB observations”

  • Marius P. Dabrowski (University of Szczecin)

Plenary Session: Lecture 3 - Jose Antonio Font, “Universal relations for gravitational-wave asteroseismology of proto-neutron stars”

  • Marius P. Dabrowski (University of Szczecin)

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