Auditorium 1

8:45-9:30  Opening session

9:30-10:20  Stars askew in the heavens: the centenary of Eddington’s eclipse expeditions, Clifford M. Will.

10:20-10:50  Coffee Break

10:50-11:40  Post precision cosmology, Licia Verde

11:40-12:30  The detection of compact binary mergers using the Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo detectors, Edward K. Porter

12:30-13:20  Gravitational physics from quantum information constraints, Mark Van Raamsdonk

13:20-15:00  Lunch Break


Room 4

15:00-15:30 Solutions With A Geodesic, Single Weyl Pnd: From Vacuum To Aligned Einstein-Maxwell, Wylleman, L.

15:30-15:45 The Study of Non-expanding Plebański–Demiański Solutions, Hruska, O.

15:45-16:00 Gravitomagnetism in the Lewis cylindrical metrics, Costa, L. Filipe O.

16:00-16:15 Observational properties of the gamma metric, Malafarina Daniele

16:15-16:30 Round Null Surfaces In Kerr Space-Time, Argañaraz, M. A.

Auditorium 3A

15:00-15:15 Strong Cosmic Censorship In De Sitter Space, Reall, Harvey

15:15-15:30 Approximating Gravitational Collapse For Dust With Vlasov Matter, Andréasson Håkan

15:30-15:45 A Perturbative Approach To The Construction Of Initial Data On Compact Manifolds, Valiente Kroon, Juan A.

15:45-16:00 Two Non-Normal Spectral Problems In Black Hole Spacetimes, Jaramillo, José Luis

16:00-16:15 On The Inexistence Of Solitons In Einstein-Maxwellscalar Models, Oliveira, João

16:15-16:30 Posters

Auditorium 3B

15.00-15.15 Positivity In The Sky, Noller, Johannes

15.15-15.30 Beyond Horndeski Gravity: Phenomenology And Parameter Estimation, Traykova, Dina

15.30-15.45 Latest Constraints On Modified Gravities From Large-Scale Structures, De La Cruz Dombriz, Álvaro

15.45-16.00 Screenings In Modified Gravity: A Perturbative Approach, Cervantes, Jorge

16.00-16.15 Mgpt: A Code For Perturbation Theory In Modified Gravity, Rodriguez-Meza, Mario A.

16.15-16.30 Unravelling The Effective Fluid Approach For Modify Gravity And Dark Energy Models, Arjona Fernández, Rubén

Room 2

15:00-15:30 Black Hole Accretion And Relativistic Jets, Ramesh Narayan

15:30-15:45 General-Relativistic Kinetic Plasma Simulations Of Black-Holes Magnetospheres And Jets, Kyle Parfrey

15:45-16:00 Power Of Magnetically Arrested Advective Accretion Flows To Explain Ulxs And Blazars, Branibrata Mukhopadhyay

16:00-16:15 Two-Temperature Advective Transonic Accretion Flows Around Balck Holes, Silpha Sardar

16:15-16:30 Thin Accretion Disck Of Distorted Schwarzchild Black Hole, Shokoufe Faraji

Posters Relativistic Wind Accretion Onto A Schwarzschild Black Hole, A. Aguayo-Ortiz

Posters Evolution Equations Of Elastic Fluid In General Relativity, Mikael Normann

Room 1

15:00-15:30 New vistas in the simulation of compact binary systems, Luis Lehner

15:30-15:45 Spectre - A New Discontinuous Galerkin Code For Solving General Relativistic Partial Differential Equations, Harald Pfeiffer

15:45-16:00 The Sxs Collaboration Catalog Of Binary Black Hole Simulations, Leo Stein

16:00-16:15 Exploring Precessing Binaries With Numerical Relativity, Mark Hannam

16:15-16:30 Posters

Room 3

15:00-15:30 Does Geometric Optics Depend On Geometry?, Abraham Harte

15:30-15:45 Perturbations Of Locally Rotationally Symmetric Cosmologies, Michael Bradley

15:45-16:00 A New Perspective On Gravitational Perturbations Of Spherically Symmetric Spacetimes, Andrzej Rostworowski

16:00-16:15 Revisiting Black-Hole Perturbation Theory: The Hyperboloidal Slice Approach, Rodrigo Panosso Macedo

16:15-16:30 Higher Order Perturbations Of The Reissner-Nordstr¨Om Black Hole, Mieszko Rutkowski

Posters Stability Of L-Boson Stars Under Linear Perturbations, Argelia Bernal

Posters Filtering Condition For Some Of Viable Field Theories, Abd El Fady B. Morcos

Posters Second-Order Self-Force Calculations: A Status Report, Adam Pound

Posters Cosmological Perturbations In The Regge-Wheeler Formalism, Andrzej Rostworowski

Posters The Geometry Of Small Causal Diamonds, Jinzhao Wang

Auditorium 1

14:45-15:00 Virgo Detector Characterization Activities During The O3 Run: From Latency To Gravitational-Wave Event Validation, Arnaud N.

15:00-15:15 Intermediate-Mass Binary Black Hole Search With Advanced LIGO And Virgo, Vivekananthaswamy G.

15:15-15:30 Missed Astrophysical Signal In The Gw150914 Event, Moreschi, O.

15:30-15:45 Search For Gravitational Lensing Signatures In LIGO-Virgo Binary Black Hole Events, Li, T.

15:45-16:00 Search For Sub-Threshold Lensed Images Of Gravitational Wave Observations, Mcisaac, C.

16:00-16:15 A Highly Spinning And Aligned Binary Black Hole Merger In The Advanced LIGO First Observing Run, Roulet, J.

16:15-16:30 New BBH events in the LIGO/VIRGO O1 and O2 data discovered by an independent analysis, Zackay, B.

Room 5

15:00-15:30 Room Temperature Optomechanical Squeezing, Nancy Aggarwal

15:30-15:45 Development Of A Dc Adaptive Actuator For Optical Aberration Correction In Future Gravitational Wave Detectors, Lorenzo Aiello

15:45-16:00 Optomechanical Accelerometers In High Qg, John Carter

16:00-16:15 Measurement Of Thermal Noise In A Solid In Non-Equilibrium Steady States, Alvise Pizzella

16:15-16:30 Next Challenges In Gravitational Wave Astronomy, David Blair

Room 7

15:00-15:30 Education And Public Outreach Activities Of The LIGO Scientific Collaboration, Keitel, David

15:30-15:45 Summary Of Virgo Outreach Activities, Conti, Livia

15:45-16:00 An Overview On The Outreach Activities In The Virgo Group In Valencia, Cordero-Carrión, Isabel

16:00-16:15 Training Ambassadors For High Impact Outreach, Williamson, Kathryn

16:15-16:16 Posters A New Gravitational Wave Lecture-Tutorial For “Astro 101”, Williamson, Kathryn

Room 6

15:00-15:30 Determination of the Newtonian Gravitational Constant G with Angular-Acceleration-Feedback Method, Xue, Chao

15:30-15:45 Microscope: A Test Of Equivalence Principle On The Way To Final Results, Rodrigues, M

15:45-16:00 Analyzing Lorentz Violation With Short-Range Gravitational Experiments, Shao, Chenggang

16:00-16:15 Time-Delay Interferometry: Challenges To Modeling And Simulating Instrumental Imperfections For LISA, Bayle J.-B.

16:15-16:30 Posters

Room 8

15:00-15:15 A Perturbative Perspective On Self-Supporting Wormholes, Brianna Grado-White

15:15-15:30 Quantum Memory For Rindler Supertranslations, Sanved Kolekar

15:30-15:45 Local And Covariant Flow Relations For Ope Coefficients In Curved Spacetime, Mark Klehfoth

15:45-16:00 Hadamard Renormalisation Of Charged Scalar Fields, Visakan Balakumar

16:00-16:30 Posters

Room 4

17:00-17:15 Spherical Black Holes In Quadratic Gravity: Bachian Generalization Of The Schwarzschild-(A)Ds Solution, Podolsky, Jiri

17:15-17:30 Spherically Symmetric Geometries In Quadratic Gravity: Field Equations, Explicit Spacetimes, Physical Interpretation, Svarc, R

17:30-17:45 Exact Almost Universal Solutions to Higher-Order Gravities, Martin Kuchynka

17:45-18:00 Ideal Characterization Of Cosmological And Black Hole Spacetimes, Khavkine, I.

18:00-18:15 Some New Exact Solutions Of Type D Admitting Maximal G₃ And G₄, Ziad, Muhammad (Mz)

18:15-18:30 Projective invariance and the Schwarzschild solution, Olmo, Gonzalo J.

18:30-18:45 On The Integrability Of Einstein'S Equation And Killing Tensors, Batista, C.

Auditorium 3A

17:00-17:15 On The Geometry Of Globally Hyperbolic Spacetimes With Timelike Boundary, Sánchez, Miguel

17:15-17:30 Cosmic No-Hair In Spherically Symmetric Black Hole Spacetimes, Natario, Jose

17:30-17:45 Rotating Clouds Of Charged Particles In General Relativity, Thaller, Maximilian

17:45-18:00 Towards A Fully General Relativistic Geodesy, Laemmerzahl, Claus

18:00-18:15 The Future Is Not Always Open, Steinbauer, Roland

18:15-18:30 Shadow Of Black Holes At Cosmological Distances, Tsupko, Oleg

18:30-18:45 Correspondence Between Sonic Points Of Radiation Flow And Photon Surfaces, Koga, Yasutaka

18:45-19:00 Black Holes Parameters From Redshifts And Blueshifts Of Photons Emitted By Geodesic Particles Orbiting Around Them, Becerril Barcenas Ricardo

Auditorium 3B

17:00-17:15 Poster Dynamical Aspects Of Anisotropic Cosmological Models In F(R,T) Gravity, Mishra, Bivudutta

Poster Second Order Form Of The Generalized Field Theory, Morcos, Abd El Fady

Poster Wormholes In $R^2$-Gravity Within The F(R; T) Formalism, Sahoo, Parbati

Poster Massive Gravity Illustrated In The Mandelbrot Set, Dickau, Jonathan

Poster Quantum-Mechanical Solution Of Singularity Problem In The Logarithmic Superfluid Theory Of Physical Vacuum, Zloshchastiev

Poster Various Windows To Understand Extra Dimensions, Chakraborty, Sumanta

Poster Gravitational Collapse Of Massive Stars In F(X) Theory, Kausar

Poster Study Of Stellar Structure In Modified Theory Of Gravity, Waseem, Arfa

Poster Gravitational Decoupled Anisotropic Stars In Modified Gauss-Bonnet Gravity, Saba, Saadia

Poster Nonminimal Couplings, Gravitational Waves, And Torsion In Horndeski’S Theory, Valdivia, Omar

Poster Perturbation Theory For Biased Tracers In Modified Gravity, Cervantes, Jorge

17:15-17:30 Parametrizing Modified Gravities With Vector Degrees Of Freedom: Anisotropic Growth And Lensing, Aparicio, Miguel

17:30-17:45 Aspects Of Nonlocal Cosmology Models, Park, Sohyun

17:45-18:00 Modified Einstein Gravity To Unify Under- And Over-Luminous Type Ia Supernovae, Mukhopadhyay, Banibrata

18:00-18:15 Phantom Energy As A Transient Phenomenon Avoiding Cosmic Doomsday In F(R) Gravity, Sahoo, Pradyumn

18:15-18:30 Dynamics Of Inflation And Dark Energy From F(R,G) Gravity, Banerjee, Shreya

18:30-18:45 Bouncing Cosmological Solutions In Scalar - Tensor Gravity, Verbin, Yosef

Room 2

17:00-17:15 Implications Of Event Horizon Telescope Observations For General Relativity, Accretion Physics And Jets, Roman Gold

17:15-17:30 Accretion In A Dynamical Kerr Spacetime And Spinning Up Of The Black Hole In Collapsar, Agnieszka Janiuk

17:30-17:45 Simulating Poynting Dominated Energy Flows Around Magnetars And Black Holes, Jens Florian Mahlman

17:45-18:00 Self-Gravitating Tori Around Black Holes, Patryk Mach

18:00-18:15 Chocked Accretion: A Hidrodynamical Jet-Launching Mechanism, Alejandro Aguayo-Ortiz

18:15-18:30 Probing Near-Horizon Scales In General Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamics Simulations, R. Anantua

18:30-18:45 Magnetized Accretion Disks Around Kerr Black Holes With Scalar Hair, Sergio Gimeno-Soler

18:45-19:00 On The Possibilities Of Shocks In Relativistic Accretion And Wind Flows, Mondal Soumen

Room 1

17:00-17:15 Numerical Relativity Methods For Cosmological N-Body Simulations, David Daverio

17:15-17:30 Cosmic Censorship And The Fate Of Spheroidal Collapse, William East

17:30-17:45 Numerical Simulations Of Spacetime Singularities, David Garfinkle

17:45-18:00 The Physics Of Black Hole Binaries: Geodesic Properties, Quasinormal Modes And Interaction With Fundamental Fields -- Part I, Miguel Zilhao

18:00-18:15 The Physics Of Black Hole Binaries: Geodesic Properties, Quasinormal Modes And Interaction With Fundamental Fields -- Part II, Taishi Ikeda,

18:15-18:30 A Catalogue Of Multi-Mode Waveforms For Black-Hole Coalescence,Sascha Husa

Auditorium 1

17:00-17:15 The Pycbc Search Pipeline For Binary Merger Signals In O3, Dent, Thomas

17:15-17:30 Gravitational Wave Detection: A Fully Bayesian Approach, Ashton, G.

17:30-17:45 Digging Compact Binary Populations Out Of The Noise, Veitch, J.

17:45-18:00 Machine Learning To Exploit LIGO/Virgo Single-Detector Data Taking Periods, Trovato A.

18:00-18:15 Improving The Chances Of Gravitational-Wave Detection From Core-Collapse Supernovae With A Single Interferometer, Cavaglia, M.

18:15-18:30 A Nonlinear Analysis Of Gravitational Waves From Core-Collapse Supernovae, Di Palma, Irene

18:30-18:45 Low Latency Gw Search And Multi-Messenger Astronomy, Wen, L.

18:45-19:00 Going Beyond Two Messengers, Maka, Z.

Room 5

17:00-17:30 Prospects For Measuring Neutron Star Equation Of State Using Gravitational Waves, Denis Martynov

17:30-17:45 Pre-Stabilized Laser System At A Wavelength Of 1550Nm For Future Gravitational-Wave Detectors, Fabian Meylahn

17:45-18:00 Cancellation Of Gravity Noise In Underground Detectors, Francesca Badaracco

18:00-18:15 Molecular Adsorbed Layer Formation On Cooled Mirrors And Its Impacts On Cryogenic Gravitational Wave Telescopes, Kunihiko Hasegawa

18:15-18:30 Quantum Back Action Cancellation In The Audio Band, John Cripe

Room 3

17:00-17:15 Laser Ranging Interferometer On Grace Follow-On: Current Status, Fernandez Barranco, G

17:15-17:30 Optical Simulations For Space Interferometry, Gudrun Wanner

17:30-17:45 LISA Pathfinder Final Noise Performance: Effect Of Disturbances On The Low Frequency Noise And Projection To LISA, Castelli, E

17:45-18:00 Instrumental Noise Transients In LISA, Slutsky, J

18:00-18:15 Listening To Gravity With LISA From Incomplete Measurements: A Bayesian Data Augmentation Method, Baghi, Quentin

18:15-18:30 The Data And Diagnostics Subsystem For LISA, Nofrarias, M

18:30-18:45 Space+Ground Multiband Detections. How Many?, Gerosa, D

Room 7

17:00-17:30 Bringing General Relativity To Upper Secondary Schools: Design And Evalutation Of A Digital Learning Environment, Kersting, Magdalena

17:30-17:45 Ozgrav Public Outreach Virtual And Mixed Reality Toolkits, Bailes, Matthew

17:45-18:00 Playing With Gravitational Wave Detectors: Exhibits And Apps For Public Engagement With Gravitational Wave Research, Gettings, Conner

18:00-18:15 Improving The Black Hole Hunter Educational Game For The Advanced Detector Era, Mcisaac, Connor

Room 6

17:00-17:30 Testing General Relativistic Clock Effects In The Vicinity Of The Earth, Laemmerzahl, Claus

17:30-17:45 Space-Time Approach To Locomotion In Deformable Environments, Laguna, Pablo

17:45-18:00 Can Mond Explain The Data Scattering Of "Big G"?, Klein, Norbert

18:00-18:15 The Experiment Of Gravitational Mass Defect, Dong Jiang

18:15-18:30 Quantum Entanglement Witness Of Quantum Gravity, Mazumdar, Anupam

Room 8

17:00-17:15 On Running Couplings From Adiabatic Regularization, Antonio Ferreiro

17:15-17:30 Gauge Without Gauge: From Physical To Emergent Gauge Symmetries, Luis Garay

17:30-17:45 Curved Spacetime Effective Field Theory (Ceft) – Formalism And Some Applications, Lukasz Nakonieczny

17:45-18:00 Laws Of Black Hole Thermodynamics In Semiclassical Gravity, Bruno Arderucio Costa

18:00-18:15 Black Hole Volume And Enthalpy, Jose Lemos

18:15-18:30 Thermodynamics Of Lorentzian Taub-Nut Spacetimes, David Kubiznak

18:30-18:45 Gravity, Null Surfaces And Thermodynamics, Sumanta Chakraborty

18:45-19:00 Confronting Quantum Gravity With Data Through Its Interplay With Matter, Astrid Eichhorn

Auditorium 1

9:00-9:50 Our Galactic Center: A unique laboratoty for the physics and astrophysics of black holes, Andrea Ghez

9:50-10:40 The unbearable lightness of spacetime: testing the nature of dark compact objects, Paolo Pani.

10:40-11:10 Coffee Break

11:10-12:00 Mathematical progress in general relativity, Jonathan Luk.

12:00-12:50 Multimessenger astrophysics with gravitational waves, Katerina Chatziioannou.

12:50-14:30 Diversity Lunch


Room 4

14:30-14:45 The Type D Horizons And The Petrov Type D Spacetimes, Lewandowski, Jerzy

14:45-15:00 Stability Of Anisotropic Homogeneous Cylinder, Muhammad Sharif.

15:00-15:15 Compact Objects And The Swampland, Kunihito Uzawa

15:15-15:30 Energy Extraction From An Extremal Rotating Electrovacuum Black Hole Through Charged Particle Collisions, Hejda, Filip

15:30-15:45 Influence Of Intrinsic Spin In The Formation Of Singularities For Inhomogeneous Effective Dust Space-Times, Luz, Paulo.

15:45-16:00 Dynamical Spacetimes In Einstein-Maxwell-Dilaton Theory And Cosmic Censorship, Rocha, Jorge V.

16:00-16:15 Generating Spiky Solution Of Einstein'S Field Equations With The Stephani Transformation, Moughal, Muhammad Zubair Ali

16:15-16:30 Anisotropic Solutions For Stellar Configurations, Sobia Sadiq

Auditorium 3A

14:30-14:45 Spherically Symmetric Static Solutions Of Einsteinvlasov And Their Perturbation Spectrum, Gundlach, Carsten

14:45-15:00 Equations For General Thin Shells, Senovilla, José M M

15:00-15:15 Mass Inflation And Strong Cosmic Censorship For The Spherically Symmetric Einstein-Maxwellscalar Field System With A Cosmological Constant And An Exponencial Price Law, Drumond Silva, Jorge

15:15-15:30 Higher Order Linear Stability And Instability Of Reissner-Nordstrom’S Cauchy Horizon, Girão, Pedro

15:30-15:45 Asymptotically Ads Solitons And Their Stability, Maliborski, Maciej

15:45-16:00 Spherically Symmetric, Steady States Of Newtonian Self-Gravitating Elastic Matter, Alho, Artur

16:00-16:15 Critical Phenomena And Cosmic Censorship: A Semilinear Wave Model, Suárez Fernández, Isabel

16:15-16:30 The Schrodinger-Newton-Hooke Equation - A Non- ¨ Relativistic Limit For Ads Perturbations, Ficek, Filip

Auditorium 2

14:30-15:00 Self-interactions and spontaneous black hole scalarization. Berti, Emanuele

15:00-15:15 Spontaneous Black Hole Scalarization. Okada Da Silva, Hector

15:15-15:30 Spontaneous scalarization of black holes in scalar-tensor theories with derivative couplings. Minamitsuji, Masato

15:30-15:45 Dynamically viable Asymptotically Flat Black Holes with Scalar Hair: Superradiant Growth vs. Scalarisation. Herdeiro, Carlos

15:45-16:00 Nonspherical Horizons from Black Hole Scalarization. Radu, Eugen

16:00-16:15 Deformed Compact Objects in General Relativity and beyond. Raposo, Guilherme

16:15-16:30 Tidal Love Numbers of Black Holes and Neutron Stars in the Presence of Higher Dimensons: Implications of GW170817. Bose, Sukanta

Room 5

14:30-15:00  Aspects Of Perturbation Theory With A Cosmological Constant. Tim Adamo

15:00-15:15 Construction Of Ads-Like Space-Times: The Tracefree Matter Case. Diego Carranza-Ortiz

15:15-15:30 A Novel Characterisation Of Gravitational Radiation In Asymptotically Flat Space-Times, Francisco Fernández-Álvarez

15:30-16:00 Gravity as a Double Copy of Gauge Theory. Ricardo Monteiro

16:00-16:15 Characterization Of N-Dimensional Kerr-De Sitter At Null Infinity And Its Limit. Carlos Peon-Nieto

16:15-16:30 A Quantum Theory For The Classical Graviton. Carlos Kozameh

Room 2

14:30-14:45 Neutron Stars Mergers Out Of The Blur: Modeling Turbulent Scales In Large Eddy Simulations, Daniele Viganò

14:45-15:00 Short Gamma-Ray Bursts And Multimessenger Astrophysics, Riccardo Ciolfi

15:00-15:15 Effect Of Neutrinos On Binary Neutron Star Thermodynamics, A. Endrizzi

15:15-15:30 Study Of Non-Linear Mode-Tide Coupling Binary Neutron Stars In Relativistic Formalism, Fatemeh Hossein

15:30-15:45 Deformations Of Neutron Stars With Elastic Crusts, Fabian Gittins

15:45-16:00 Mass Ejection From Remnants Of Binary Neutron Star Mergers, Sho Fujibayashi

16:00-16:15 Binary Hybrid Star Mergers And The Phase Diagram Of Quantum Chromodynamics, Matthias Hanauske

16:15-16:30 Triggering Magnetar Outbursts In 3D Force-Free Simulations, F. Carrasco

Posters Pulsars In Compact Orbits Around Sgr, Walid Majid

Room 1

14:30-14:45 A Multi-Messenger Analysis Of Neutron Star Mergers Employing Numerical Relativity Simulations, Tim Dietrich

14:45-15:00 Post Merger Dynamics Of Binary Neutron Star Mergers, Michele Pasquali

15:00-15:15 Kelvin'S Theorem And Hamilton-Jacobi Fluid Dynamics In Gravitational Wave Astrophysics, Charalampos Markakis

15:15-15:30 Signatures From First-Order Phase Transitions In Neutron Star Mergers, Elias Most

15:30-15:45 Numerical General Relativistic Simulations: Collapse Collapse Supernovae And Neutron Stars Astrophysics, Patrick Cheong

15:45-16:00 Gravitational Waves From Tidally-Induced F-Modes: Probing Neutron Star Structure,Roman Gold

16:00-16:15 Towards Efficient, Resistive, Multi-Fluid Simulations Of Neutron Star Mergers, Alex Wright

16:15-16:30 Ellis Wormhole Numerics In Maximal Isotropic Coordinates, Seth Olsen

Room 8

14:30-14:45 Testing the Inflationary Particle Content with Primordial Gravitational Waves, Matteo Fasiello

14:45-15:00 Geometrical Destabilization, Sidetracked Inflation and Swampland Conjectures, Sebastien Renaux-Petel

15:00-15:15 Non-Gaussianities in Multi-Field Inflation with Strongly Non-Geodesic Motion, Lucas Pinol

15:15-15:30 Non-Gaussian CMB and Statistics Beyond Polyspectra, Spyros Sypsas

15:30-15:45 The Viability of Chaotic Inflation in a Generalized Galileon Scenario, Nelson Videla

15:45-16:00 A Possible Higher-Dimensional Alternative to Scalar-Field Inflationary Theory, Chad Middleton

16:00-16:15 Initial Conditions for Cosmic Inflation after Non-Singular Bounce, Anupam Mazumdar

16:15-16:30 Posters

Room 3

14:30-15:00 Review of Standard Sirens With Ground-Based Interferometers, Holz, Daniel

15:00-15:30 Review of Standard Sirens With LISA, Tamanini, Nicola

15:30-15:45 Studying Modified Gravitational-Wave Propagation With LISA, Belgacem, Enis

15:45-16:00 Cosmological Parameters And Dark Energy With Advanced Gravitational-Wave Detectors, Dirian, Yves

16:00-16:15 A Statistical Constraint On The Hubble Constant From The Latest Gravitational Wave Detections, Gray, Rachel

16:15-16:30 H0 Inference With Gravitational Wave Standard Sirens: A Mock Data Challenge, Qi, Hong

Auditorium 1

14:30-14:45 Intercalibration Of Advanced Ligo And Advanced Virgo For The Third Observing Run O3, Esteves, D.

14:45-15:00 The Simulation Of Gravitational Wave Emission From Core-Collapse Supernovae, Powell, J

15:00-15:15 There And Back Again: Learning Forward/Inverse Solutions In Gravitational-Wave Inference, Chua, Alvin J. K.

15:15-15:30 A Nonparametric Approach To Gravitational-WaveInference Of The Neutron StarEquation Of State, Landry, Philippe

15:30-15:45 Distinguishing Binary Neutron Star From Neutron Star-Black Hole Mergers With Gravitational Waves, Chen, H.-Y.

15:45-16:00 Detectability Of R-Modes In Binary Neutron Star Inspirals, Samajdar, Anuradha

16:00-16:15 Constraining F-Modes In Binary Neutron Star Inspirals With Gravitational Waves, Schmidt, Patricia

16:15-16:30 Pick The Right One: Bayesian Model Selection On Catalogs Of Gravitational-Wave Events, Gerosa, D

Room 7

15:00-15:30 Education And Public Outreach Efforts By Pulsar Timing Array Collaborations, Hazboun, Jeffrey S

15:30-15:45 Gravitational Wave Outreach With The International Pulsar Timing Array, Perrodin, Delphine

15:45-16:00 The Pulsar Search Collaboratory, Williamson, Kathryn

16:00-16:15 Qfirs – An Integrated Structured Educational Programme For Doctoral Students And Postdocs In Hannover And Braunschweig, Kawazoe, Fumiko

Room 6

15:00-15:30 Testing The Gravitational Inverse-Square Law With Torsion Pendulum In Hust Yang, Shanqing

15:30-15:45 Getting Close To Gravity: Developing A Superconducting Torsion Balance To Test The Inverse Square Law Of Gravity Gettings, C.

15:45-16:00 Experimental Studies Of Gravity With Slow Neutrons, Kitaguchi, Masaaki

16:00-16:15 Setting Stronger Dark Sector Limits On Monopole-Monopole And Monopole-Dipole Interactions Using Cylinders Bsaibes, T

16:15-16:30 Newton-V Experiment: Test Of Gravitational Inverse Square Law At A Micrometer Scale Shibaguchi, Hiroyuki

Auditorium 3B

14:30-15:00 How To Hide A Cosmological Constant, Steven Carlip

15:00-15:15 Quantum Incompleteness Of Inflation, Job Feldbrugge

15:15-15:30 Qualitative Dynamics Of Quantum Cosmology From Loop Quantum Gravity, Anzhong Wang

15:30-15:45 Black Hole Entropy And Gravitational Wave Observations: A Mechanism For Small Primordial Spins, Eugenio Bianchi

15:45-16:00 A New Look At Remnants As Dark Matter, Francesca Vidotto

16:00-16:15 Self-Gravitating Black Hole Scalar Wigs And The $M_{Bh}-\Sigma$ Relation, Juan Barranco

16:15-16:30 Observable Traces Of Non-Metricity: New Constraints On Metric-Affine Gravity, Adrià Delhom I Latorre

Room 4

17:00-17:15 Causality Violating Lightlike Trips In Godel'S Universe, Nolan, Brien

17:15-17:30 Scissors-And-Paste With Lambda: The Geometric Picture, Steinbauer, Roland

17:30-17:45 Creation And Evolution Of Traversable Wormhole In Flrw Universe, Kim, Sung-Won

17:45-18:00 Thin-Shell Toroidal $T^2$-Wormhole, Vladimir Dzhunushaliev

18:00-18:15 A Novel Strong Gravitational Lensing Feature From Wormholes, Suvankar, Paul

18:15-18:30 Interpretation Of Exact Inflationary Solutions Using Induced Gravity Scenario, Saleem, Rabia

Auditorium 3A

17:00-17:15 Symmetries Of Vacuum Spacetimes With A Compact Cauchy Horizon Of Constant Non-Zero Surface Gravity, Rácz, István

17:15-17:30 Type D Conformal Initial Data, García-Parrado, Alfonso

17:30-17:45 Global Existence Of Solutions To The Spherically Symmetric Einstein-Scalar Field System, Mena, Filipe

17:45-18:00 Completeness Of Local Gauge Invariant Observables On Cosmological And Black Hole Spacetimes, Khavkine, Igor

18:00-18:15 Existence And Uniqueness Of Rigidly Rotating Stars To Second Order In Perturbation Theory In Gr, Raül Vera

18:15-18:30 Near Horizon Geometry Equation, Degenerate Killing Horizons, Lewandowski, Jerzy

18:30-18:45 Quasinormal Modes Of Dirac And Gravitational Fields In Generalized Nariai Spacetimes, Joás Da Silva Venâncio

18:45-19:00 Spinorial Formalism And Symmetries In Six Dimensions, Batista, Carlos

Auditorium 2

17:00-17:15 Poster Quantum Mechanics Of The Interior Of The Russo-Susskind-Thorlacius Black Hole Daghigh

Poster Teleparallel Bigravity Blixt

Poster Spontaneous Scalarisaton Of Charged Black Holes: Coupling Dependence And Dynamical Features Pombo

Poster Gravitational Radiation From The Inspiral Of Compact Binaries Based On A Yukawa-Type Addition To The Newtonian Potential, Larrañaga

Poster Extra-General Relativity Coumbe

Poster Ghosts In Metric-Affine Gravity, Delhom I Latorre

Poster Chronology Protection Problem In Modified Kerr Newman Spacetime Gutti

Poster Premetric Teleparallel Gravity As A Framework For Lorentz And Parity Symmetry Violation Models. Itin

Poster Universal And Almost Universal Spacetimes In Higher-Order Gravities Pravda

Poster Generalized Tachyonic Teleparallel Cosmology Bahamonde

Poster Gravitational Waves In Symmetric Teleparallel Gravity, Levi Said

17:15-17:30 Rotating Black Holes In Higher Order Gravity Crisostomi, Marco

17:30-17:45 Rotating Black Holes In The Cubic Galileon Theory Van Aelst, Karim

17:45-18:00 Leading Higher-Derivative Corrections To Kerr Geometry Cano, Pablo

18:00-18:15 Static, Spherically Symmetric Solutions To Quadratic Gravity, Pravdova Alena

18:15-18:30 Compact Objects In Einstein-Cartan Theory: The Effects Of Intrinsic Spin In Celestial Bodies Luz, Paulo

18:30-18:45 Regular Black Holes In Ricci-Based Theories Of Gravity, Rubiera-Garcia, Diego

Room 5

17:00-17:30  Total Characteristics And The Conformal Einstein Field Equations. Juan Valiente Kroon

17:30-17:45 The Conformal Einstein Field Equations With Massless Vlasov Matter. Maximilian Thaller

17:45-18:00 The Complex And Projective Geometry Of Penrose Limits. George Sparling

Room 2

17:00-17:15 Luminosity Selection In Gamma Ray Bursts, S. Banerjee

17:15-17:30 Let Us Watch A Collapsing Star: How Does It Look?, Hirotaka Yoshiko

17:30-17:45 Light Ring Stability In Ultra-Compact Objets, P. Cunha

17:45-18:00 On The Maximum Mass Of Differentially Rotating Neutron Stars And Strange Stars, Dorota Rosinska

18:00-18:15 Differentially Rotating Quark Stars In General Relativity, Enping Zhou

18:15-18:30 The Stability Properties Of Differentially Rotating Neutron Stars And Strange Stars, P. Szewczyk

Room 1

17:00-17:15 Constructing High Precision Numerical Binary Black Hole Initial Data, Georgios Doulis, Georgios Doulis

17:15-17:30 Improvements On Initial Data For Spinning Neutron Star Binaries, Hannes Rüter

17:30-17:45 The Impact Of Junk Radiation On Numerical Relativity Waveforms, Deirdre Shoemaker

17:45-18:00 Parabolic-Hyperbolic Formulation Of The Black Holes Initial Data - Numerical Studies, Anna Nakonieczna

18:00-18:15 Initial Data For Orbiting Charged Binary Black Holes With Arbitrary Spins, Nathan Johnson-McDaniel

18:15-18:30 Hyperbolic Relaxation Method For Elliptic Equations In Numerical Relativity, Bernd Bruegmann

18:30-18:45 Surrogate Model Of The Waveform And Remnant Properties Of Precessing Binary Black Holes, Vijay Varma

Room 8

17:00-17:15 The Umami Chaplygin Model, Maria Ortiz-Baños

17:15-17:30 Galaxy Correlations at the Smallest Scales, Vicent Martínez

17:30-17:45 Relativistic Cosmological Large-Scale Structures at One-Loop, Radouane Gannouji

17:45-18:00 Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect as a Tool to Probe Fundamental Physics, Ivan de Martino

18:00-18:15 General Gravitational Lenses of Cosmological Systems, Ezequiel Boero

18:15-18:30 Towards Precision Tests of the Cosmological Principle: Inhomogeneous Backreaction versus ΛCDM, David Wiltshire

Room 3

17:00-17:15 Cosmology With Gravitational Waves And Galaxy Catalogues, Ghosh, Archisman

17:15-17:30 Measuring The Hubble Constant With Neutron Star Black Hole Mergers, Vitale, Salvatore

17:30-17:45 Joint Cosmological Inference Of Standard Sirens And Gravitational Wave Weak Lensing, Congedo, Giuseppe

17:45-18:00 Constraining The Fraction Of Compact Dark Matter From Micro Lensing Of Gravitational Waves, Ganguly, Apratim

18:00-18:15 Probing Dark Matter At Ligo And Beyond, Jung, Sunghoon

18:15-18:30 Probing The Large Scale Structure With Gravitational-Wave Observations Of Binary Black Holes, Vijaykumar, Aditya

Auditorium 1

17:00-17:15 Unmodeled Source Reconstruction With Gravitational Waves, Macas, Ronaldas

17:15-17:30 Discosing The Features Of Transient Gravitational Waves Independently From Waveform Models, Lazzaro, Claudia

17:30-17:45 Exploring The Measurability Of Precession, Hoy Charlie

17:45-18:00 Eccentricity Distributions Of Eccentric Binary Black Holes In Galactic Nuclei, Raffai, P

18:00-18:15 Quantifying The Importance Of Higher Harmonics In Binary Black Hole Observations, Hannam, Mark

18:15-18:30 Distance-Inclination Angle Measurements For Non-Optimally Oriented Binary Black Holes, Chandra Kant Mishra

18:30-18:45 Understanding The Evolution Of Stellar-Mass Black Hole Binaries, Berry, Christopher P L

18:45-19:00 Unraveling Formation Channels Of Binary Black Holes, Bouffanais, Y

Auditorium 3B

17:00-17:30 An Experiment To Demonstrate Frequency-Dependent Squeezing With Epr Entanglement For Gravitational Waves Detectors, Fiodor Sorrentino

17:30-17:45 Fiber-Based Laser Systems For 3G Detectors: State-Of-The-Art And Outlook, Phillip Booker

17:45-18:00 Micromechanical Resonators In The Whitelight Cavity For Improved Gravitational Wave Detectors, Li Ju

18:00-18:15 Newtonian Noise Estimates Using Data From The Homestake Array, Andrew Matas

18:15-18:30 Newtonian Noise Cancellation With Deep Learning, Alessio Cirone

Room 7

17:00-17:30 Advocacy And Outreach Activities Of The LISA Consortium, Hendry, Martin

17:30-17:45 The European Research Council - Funding Opportunities For Bright Minds, Oswald, Christian

17:45-18:00 Black Holes Tend (Not) To Exist! Some Personal Reflections About Public Dissemination On Gravity, Pani, Paolo

18:00-18:15 Of Funnels, Rivers And Trampolines: The Perils Of Conveying Spacetime Curvature To The Uninitiated, Emparan, Roberto

Room 6

17:00-17:30 Experimental Search For New Gravity-Like Interactions In The Nanometer Range, Kamiya, Yoshio

17:30-17:45 A New Class Of Experiments On The True Relativistic Nature Of The One-Way Propagation Of Light Unnikrishnan. C. S.

17:45-18:00 Gravitational Properties Of Light, Raetzel, Dennis

18:00-18:15 A Comparison Between The Gravitational Wave And The X-Ray Spectroscopy Approaches, Cardenas-Avendano, Alejandro

18:15-18:30 Extreme Gravity With X-Rays: A Study Into The Nature Of Compact Objects Using X-Ray Reflection Spectroscopy, Nampalliwar, Sourabh

Auditorium 1

9:00-9:50 Accelerated expansion in cosmology: problems and progress, Eva M. Silverstein.

9:50-10:40 Pulsar Timing Arrays: the next frontier of gravitational wave astronomy, Timothy Pennucci and Stephen Taylor.

10:40-11:10 Coffee Break

11:10-12:50 Award Ceremony

12:50-14:30 Lunch Break


Auditorium 2

14:30-14:45 The 2-Body Problem In 2+1 Spacetime Dimensions, Gundlach, Carsten

14:45-15:00 Robinson-Trautman Solutions In (2+1) Dimensions, Saa, A.

15:00-15:15 Petrov Type-N Solution For The Null-Surface Formulation Of General Relativity In 2+1 Dimensions, Harriott, Tina A.

15:15-15:30 Exact Black-Hole Formation With A Conformally Coupled Scalar Field In Three Dimensions, Maeda, Hideki

15:30-15:45 Extended Thermodynamics And Complexity In Gravitational Chern-Simons Theory, Frassino, A M

15:45-16:00 Cclp Solution Obtained From A Modified Plebanski-Demianski Ansatz, Ferraro, R.

16:00-16:15 Exact Solutions Of 5D Kaluza-Klein Model With Perfect Fluid Equation Of State, Singh, Vijay

16:15-16:30 Evolution Of Thin Shells In D-Dimensional General Relativity, Ramirez, M. A.

Posters

Wormholes Without Exotic Matter In Eddington-Inspired Born-Infeld Gravity, Shaikh, R

A Class Of Integrable Metrics Coupled To Gauge Fields, Almeida, G L

Cosmic Cable, Maclaurin, Colin

Static Conformal Models For Anisotropic Charged Fliuds, Manjonjo Am

Embedding With Vaidya Geometry, Nikolaev, A. V.

Examples Of Naked Singularity Formation In Einstein Vacua, Zhang, Xuefeng

Embedding The Stationary Spacetimes Into Brans-Dicke Cosmology Via Conformal Transformations, Kazici, D

Rotating Black Holes In Eddington-Inspired Born-Infeld Gravity, Menchón, C.

Inhomogeneous, Massless Gauge Fields In Bianchi Cosmologies, Ben David Normann

Auditorium 3A

14:30-14:45 Ehlers-Kundt Conjecture About Gravitational Waves And Dynamical Systems, Flores, José Luis

14:45-15:00 Strong Cosmic Censorship In Charged Black-Hole Spacetimes, Destounis, Kyriakos

15:00-15:15 Separability In Kerr-Nut-(A)Ds Spacetime, Krtous, Pavel

15:15-15:30 Stability Of The Milne Model With Matter, Fajman, David

15:30-15:45 Globally Conserved Currents From Approximate Killing Vectors: Dynamics And Initial Data, Feng, Justin

15:45-16:00 Smooth Gowdy-Symmetric Generalised Taub-Nut Solutions In Einstein-Maxwell Theory, Hennig, Joerg

16:00-16:15 Gravitational Energy-Momentum And Thermodynamics, Acquaviva, Giovanni

16:15-16:30 Poster.

Auditorium 1

14.30-15.00 Hamiltonian Vs Stability In Alternative Theories Of Gravity (Invited), Esposito-Farese, Gilles

15.00-15.15 On The Local Well-Posedness Of Horndeski Theories, Kovács, Áron

15.15-15.30 Well-Posed Cauchy Formulation For Einstein-Aether Theory, Sarbach, Olivier

15.30-15.45 Positive Signs In Modified Gravity, Melville, Scott

15.45-16.00 On Lorentz-Invariant Spin-2 Theories, Kimura, Rampei

16.00-16.15 The Equivalence Principles And The Nature Of Gravitation, Holman, Marc

16.15-16.30 Torsion In The Raychaudhuri Equations And In Spacetime Thermodynamics, Speziale, Simone

Posters Modified General Relativity And The Centenary Einstein Equations Unnikrishnan

Posters Metric And Metric-Affine Theories Of Mond With Curvature-Matter Couplings. Mendoza

Posters Eliminating Singularities Using Non-Einsteinian Phases: The Problem Of Closed Timelike Curves And Dirac Strings In Vacuum Gravity, Sengupta

Posters Collapsing Radiation Shells In Einstei-Gauss-Bonnet Gravity, Brassel

Room 2

14:30-14:45 New Gravitational Lens Equations For Black Holes With Angular Momentum, E.F. Bore

14:45-15:00 The Gravitational Magnus Effect, L.Filipe O. Costa

15:00-15:15 Beyond Force-Free Electrodynamics: Effective Field Theory And Bosonization, Samuel E. Gralla

15:15-15:30 Probing Extreme Gravity With X-Ray Burst Oscillations, Hector O. Silva

15:30-15:45 Can We Observe Spherical Photon Orbits In Near-Extremal Kerr Black Holes?, Hideki Ishihara

15:45-16:00 The Propagation Delay In The Timing Of A Pulsar Orbiting A Supermassive Black Hole, E. Hackmann

16:00-16:15 Equilibrium Of Charged Perfect Fluid Near Black Hole, Audrey Trova

16:15-16:30 Bondi Accretion In The Spherically Symmetric Johannsen-Psaltis Spacetime, Anslyn John

Posters Weak Lensing In A Plasma Medium And Gravitational Deflection Of Massive Particles Using The Gauss-Bonnet Theorem, E. Gallo

Posters Estimating Neutron Star Crust-Core Lag Evolution Using A Hidden Markov Model, M. Millhouse

Room 1

14:30-14:45 L-Boson Stars, Miguel Alcubierre

14:45-15:00 Dynamics Of Scalar Fields Around Black Holes, Juan Carlos Degollado

15:00-15:15 Using Grchombo To Simulate Boson Stars, Robin Croft

15:15-15:30 Numerical Simulations Of Boson Stars, Miren Radia

15:30-15:45 Dynamical Formation Of Proca Stars And Quasi-Stationary Solitonic Objects, Fabrizio Di Giovanni

15:45-16:00 Non-Linear Stability Of Rotating Proca Stars, Nicolas Sanchis-Gual

16:00-16:15 Massive Klein-Gordon Fields On Hyperboloidal Slices, Shalab Gautam

16:15-16:30 Reaching Infinity: Free Hyperboloidal Evolution Using Conformal Methods In Spherical Symmetry, Alex Vano-Vinuales

Room 3

14:30-14:45 Towards High Precision Ringdown Fitting, Lorena Magaña Zertuche

14:45-15:00 A Precession Model Tuned To Pn, Perturbation Theory And Numerical Relativity, Eleanor Hamilton

15:00-15:15 Massive Tensor Field Perturbations On Extremal And Near-Extremal Static, Kodai Ueda

15:15-15:30 Moving Black Holes: Energy Extraction, Absorption Cross-Section And The Ring Of Fire, Rodrigo Vicente

15:30-15:45 The Motion Of Localized Sources In General Relativity: Gravitational Self-Force From Quasilocal Conservation Laws, Marius Oltean

15:45-16:00 Second-Order Self-Force Calculations: A Status Report, Adam Pound

16:00-16:15 A Prospective Method For Calculating The Second-Order Gravitational Self-Force In A Kerr Background Spacetime To Model EMRIs, Andrew Spiers

16:15-16:30 Gravitational Self-Force And The Hunt For Extreme-Mass-Ratio, Samuel Upton

Room 8

14:30-14:45 Local Dynamics of Ultralight Bosonic Dark Matter, Francisco Guzman

14:45-15:00 Testing BEC Dark Matter with Gravitational Waves, Dimitar Ivanov

15:00-15:15 The Quantum Character of the Scalar Field Dark Matter, Tonatiuh Matos

15:15-15:30 Scalar Dark Matter Candidate During Postinflationary Epoch, José Manuel Sánchez Velázquez

15:30-15:45 Ultra-light boson particles as dark matter candidates: boson mass and self-interaction, Luis Urena-Lopez

15:45-16:00 Dynamical Systems In Perturbative Cosmology, Artur Alho

16:00-16:15 Cosmological Evolution of Perturbations in a Model of Superfluid Dark Matter, Sayantani Bera

16:15-16:30 The Abundance of PBHs depends on the Shape of the Inflationary Power Spectrum, Ilia Musco

Room 4

14:30-14:45 Measuring The Impact Of The Gravitational Wave Intrinsic Geometry On The Hubble Constant Measure, Simone Mastrogiovanni

14:45-15:15 Gravitational Waves And Early Universe Cosmology, Figueroa, Daniel

15:15-15:30 Gravitational Wave Production From Preheating: Parameter Dependence, Torrentí, Francisco

15:30-15:45 Spectator Fields On A Roller Coaster: Gravitational Waves From Short-Lived Cosmic Strings, Bettoni, Dario

15:45-16:00 Primordial Black Holes As Dark Matter, García-Bellido, Juan

16:00-16:15 Probing The Existence Of Ultralight Bosons With A Single Gravitational-Wave Measurement, Hannuksela, Otto

16:15-16:30 Posters

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14:30-15:00 Status And Performance Of The Advanced Virgo Detector During The Observation Run 3, Arnaud, N.

15:00-15:15 Stability Of Low Loss Substrates For Coating Research: From Edge Effect To Ageing, Lumaca, D

15:15-15:30 The Advanced Virgo Interferometer Sensing And Control For The O3 Scientific Run, Mantovani, M.

15:30-15:45 Operating Detectors Out Of Equilibrium Can Improve Sensitivity?, Gammaitoni, L

15:45-16:00 High-Quality Oxide Coating Materials For Gravitational-Wave Detectors: Optical And Mechanical Properties Correlation And Future Developments, Amato A.

16:00-16:15 Towards Advanced Virgo Plus, Flaminio, R

16:15-16:30 Posters

Auditorium 3B

14:30-14:45  Constraining The Neutron-Matter Equation Of State With Gravitational Waves, Forbes, M.

14:45-15:00 Constraining Nuclear Matter Parameters With GW170817, Yagi, Kent

15:00-15:15  The Tidal Deformability Of An Anisotropic Compact Star: Implications For GW170817, Biswas, Bhaskar

15:15-15:30 Compact Star Of Holographic Nuclear Matter And GW170817, Lin, Feng-Li

15:30-15:45  Parametrized Tests Of Gravity: From Stellar Structure To Gravitational Waves, Silva, Hector O.

15:45-16:00 Tidal Resonance In Extreme Mass-Ratio Inspirals, Bonga, Beatrice

16:00-16:15 Evolution Of Highly Eccentric Binary Orbits With Radiation Reaction, Tucker, A.

16:15-16:30  Scattering Of Scalar, Electromagnetic, And Gravitational Waves From Binary Systems, Annulli, L.

Room 5

14:30-15:00 GW170817: Astrophysical Results And Implications For Cosmic Nucleosynthesis, Daniel Siegel

15:00-15:15 What Else Can We Learn From Kilonova Observations?, Szabolcs Marka

15:15-15:30 Binary Neutron Star Mergers As Short Gamma-Ray Burst Central Engines, Riccardo Ciolfi

15:30-15:45 Short Gamma Ray Bursts, Jets, And Kilonovae, Agnieszka Janiuk

15:45-16:00 A Luminosity Distribution For Kilonovae Based On Short Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows, Stefano Ascenzi

16:00-16:15 Are Kilonovae Standardizable Candles?, Rahul Kashyap

16:15-16:30 Electromagnetic Counterparts Of Neutron Star Mergers, Nedora Vsevolod

Posters Kiranjyot Gill, Gravitational Waves From Fallback Accretion And Black Hole Formation In Long Gamma-Ray Bursts

Posters Fabricia Pereira, Merger Rates And The Electromagnetic Counterparts To Misaligned Supermassive Black Hole Binaries

Room 6

14:30-15:00 The Mukhanov-Sasaki Hamiltonian In The Context Of Adiabatic Vacua And The Lewis-Riesenfeld Invariant, Kristina Giesel

15:00-15:15 Towards The Understanding Of Quantum Cosmology From Loop Quantum Gravity, Anzhong Wang

15:15-15:30 New Cosmological Dynamics In Quantum Reduced Loop Gravity, Gioele Botta

15:30-15:45 The Emergent Inflationary Universe In Quantum Reduced Loop Gravity: Primordial Perturbations And Their Power Spectra, Javier Olmedo

15:45-16:00 Some Aspects Of Phenomenology Of Loop Quantum Gravity For Cosmology And Black Holes, Flora Moulin

16:00-16:15 Loop Quantum Gravity For Axisymmetric Spacetimes, Jorge Pullin

16:15-16:30 From Quantum Reference Systems To Quantum General Covariance, Philipp Hoehn

Auditorium 3A

17:00-17:15 Quasinormal Mode Orthogonality I: Bilinear Form On Hertz Potentials, Green, Stephen

17:15-17:30 Quasinormal Mode Orthogonality Ii: Application To Kerr, Zimmerman, Peter

17:30-17:45 Completeness of Local Gauge Invariant Observables On Cosmological And Black Hole Spacetimes, Igor Khavkine

17:45-18:00 Pulsar Timing In Extreme Mass Ratio Binaries, Kimpson, Tom

18:00-18:15 An Entropy-Area Law For Neutron Stars Near The Black Hole Threshold, Yunes, Nicolas

18:15-18:30 Aspects Of The Negative Mode Problem In Quantum Tunneling With Gravity, Lavrelashvili, George

18:30-18:45 Zermelo Navigation, Spacetimes And Finsler Geometry, Javaloyes, Miguel Angel

18:45-19:00 Clouds In A Static Fluid, Benone, Carolina

Auditorium 1

17.00-17.15 Posters

17.15-17.30 Towards Scale Invariant Infinite Derivative Theory Of Gravity, Mazumdar, Anupam

17.30-17.45 Non-Singular And Ghost-Free Infinite Derivative Theory With Torsion, Maldonado Torralba, Francisco José

17.45-18.00 Nonlocal Generalizations Of Gravity And Galilean Theories, Buoninfante, Luca

18.00-18.15 Testing Nonlocal Gravity With Lunar Laser Ranging, Finke, Andreas

18.15-18.30 Lorentz Symmetry Breaking In Gravity, Petrov, Albert

18.30-18.45 Constraints On Einstein-Aether Theory After GW170817, Wang, Anzhong

Room 2

17:00-17:15 An Extension Of The Relxill X-Ray Reflection Model For Non-Kerr Spacetimes, Askar Abdikamalov

17:15-17:30 Extreme-Mass-Ratio Inspirals Produced By Tidal Capture Of Binary Black Holes, X. Chen

17:30-17:45 Constraints On Parameterized Post-Einsteinian Framework From Binary Pulsar, Remya Nair

17:45-18:00 Weak Lensing In Terms Of Curvature Scalars And Energy-Momentum Tensor For Pure Gravity And Plasma Media, E. Gallo

18:00-18:15 Looking For Signatures Of Black Hole Mimickers With The Event Horizon Telescope, H. Olivares

18:15-18:30 Gr Effects On Hill Stability, H. Suzuki

Room 1

17:00-17:15 The Spanish Supercomputing Network (RES) in the European context, Jordi Mas, RES Project Officer, BSC

17:15-17:30 The Blackholes@Home Project: Black Hole Binaries On The Desktop Computer, Zachariah Etienne

17:30-17:45 The Threshold For Primordial Black Holes: Dependence On The Shape Of The Cosmological Perturbation, Ilia Musco

17:45-18:00 Sphericalnr: Numerical Relativity In Spherical Coordinates With The Einstein Toolkit Vassilios Mewes

18:00-18:15 Numerical Studies Of Binary Black Hole (Bbh) Mergers Through Quasi-Local Horizon Characteristics, Anshu Gupta

18:15-18:30 A Catalog Of Numerical Relativity And Hybrid Waveforms Of Eccentric Black-Hole Binary Systems, Antoni Ramos

Room 3

17:00-17:15 Regularisation Of The Self-Force For Generic Orbits In Kerr Spacetime, Anna Heffernan

17:15-17:30 Time Domain Method For The Green Function In Schwarzschild Spacetime, Conor O’Toole

17:30-17:45 Faster Emri Waveforms, Niels Warburton

17:45-18:00 Is There Chaos During Extreme Mass-Ratio Inspirals In Dynamical Chern-Simons Gravity?, Alejandro Cardenas-Avendano

18:00-18:15 Dissipation In Extreme Mass Ratio Binaries With A Spinning Secondary, Chris Kavanagh

18:15-18:30 Extended Test Bodies With Spin In Curved Spacetime, Georgios Lukes-Gerakopoulos

Room 8

17:00-17:15 The Dipole of the Galaxy Bispectrum, Roy Maartens

17:15-17:30 Constraints on millicharged dark matter and axion-like particles from timing of radio waves, Laura Sberna

17:30-17:45 New Parametrized Equation of State for Dark Energy Surveys, Celia Escamilla-Rivera

17:45-18:00 Measuring Angular Diameter Distances of to z~10 with the Cosmic Infrared Background Fluctuations, Fernando Atrio-Barandela

18:00-18:15 Testing Gravity with J-PAS, Antonio Maroto

18:15-18:30 Attractor Cosmology and Initial Conditions Beyond the Poles, Sotirios Karamitsos

Room 4

17:00-17:15 Dilatonic Imprints On Exact Gravitational Wave Signatures, Kubiznak, David

17:15-17:30 Dark Energy After GW170817, Crisostomi, Marco

17:30-17:45 Gravitational Wave Afterglow Of Stellar Collapse In Massive Scalar-Tensor Gravity, Sperhake, Ulrich

17:45-18:00 Graviton-Photon Oscillation Beyond Gr, Martin-Moruno, Prado

18:00-18:15 Strong Equivalence Principle And Gravitational Wave Polarizations In Horndeski Theory, Hou, Shaoqi

18:15-18:30 Primordial Gravitational Waves In Horndeski Gravity, De Araujo, José Carlos

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17:00-17:30 Advanced LIGO Detectors In O3, Buikema, A

17:30-17:45 Latest Status Of Kagra,Shinkai, Hisaaki

17:45-18:00 Cryogenic Mirror System In Kagra, Tomaru, Takayuki

18:00-18:15 Prospects For Upgrading The Kagra Gravitational Wave Telescope, Michimura, Yuta

18:15-18:30 Zaiga: Zhaoshan Long-Baseline Atom Interferometer Gravitation Antenna, Gao, Dongfeng

18:30-18:45 Three Methods For Characterizing Thermo-Optic Noise In Optical Cavities, Gretarsson, E

Auditorium 2

17:00-17:15 GW Missions Using Ranging-With-Timing And Zaiga-Ce GW-Detection Prototype, Ni, Wei-Tou

17:15-17:30 Verifying LISA Core Technology On Ground: A Hexagonal Optical Bench, Thomas Schwarze

17:30-17:45 Phase Metrology System For LISA, Esteban Delgado

17:45-18:00 Multiband GW Parameter Estimation: A Study Of Future Detectors, Grimm, S.

18:00-18:15 Time-Delay Interferometry: Modeling And Simulating Laser Frequency Noise In LISA, Bayle, J.-B.

18:15-18:30 Test Mass Charging And Discharging In LISA, Wass, Peter

18:30-18:45 LISA Charge Management System: Discussion And On-Ground Testing Results, Russano, G

Auditorium 3B

17:00-17:15 Tests Of General With The Binary Black Hole Signals From The LIGO-Virgo Catalog GWTC-1, Cabero Müller, M

17:15-17:30 Binary Pulsar Constraints On Massless Scalar-Tensor Theories Using Bayesian Statistics, Anderson, David

17:30-17:45 Tests Of General Relativity With GW170817, Sennett, Noah

17:45-18:00 Rapid Identification Of Continuous Gravitational-Wave Signals, La Rosa, Iuri

18:00-18:15 Testing The Strong Equivalence Principle With Binary Pulsars And Gravitational Waves, Shao, Lijing

18:15-18:30 Gravitational Radiation And The Evolution Of Gravitational Collapse In Cylindrical Symmetry, García-Parrado, Alfonso

Room 5

17:00-17:15 Analysing Beaming Profiles Of Short Gamma-Ray Bursts Using Gravitational Waves, Fergus Hayes

17:15-17:30 Revisiting The Lower Bound On Tidal Deformability Derived By At 2017Gfo, Kenta Kiuchi

17:30-17:45 Constraining The Neutron Star Equation Of State Using Multi-Band Independent Measurements Of Radii And Tidal Deformabilities, Margherita Fasano

17:45-18:00 Multi-Messenger Search For Binary Neutron Star Mergers, Alexander Nitz

18:00-18:15 The Contribution Of Integral To The Search Of Gamma-Ray Gw Couterparts, Carlo Ferrigno

18:15-18:30 Search For Gravitational Waves Associated With Gamma-Ray Bursts During The Second Advanced LIGO-Virgo Observing Run, Ronaldas Macas

18:30-18:45 Gravitational Wave Astronomy Prospectives For Core-Collapse Supernovae Populations, Kiranjyot Gill

Room 6

17:00-17:30 Spin Foams And Emergent Gravity, Antonia Zipfel

17:30-17:45 Correlations In Spinfoam Cosmology, Francesca Vidotto

17:45-18:00 Entanglement Entropy In Lqg: Analytical And Numerical Results, Eugenio Bianchi

18:00-18:15 An Update On Progress Towards A Satisfactory Quantum Dynamics For Lqg, Madhavan Varadarajan

18:15-18:30 Conformal Boundary Field Theory For 3D Lqg, Wolfgang Wieland

18:30-18:45 Connection Dynamics Of Weyle Gravity, Yongge Ma

Auditorium 1

9:00-9:50 The future of ground-based gravitational-wave detection: instruments and science, Lisa Barsotti.

9:50-10:40 Progress in analytic methods for the two-body problema in gravity, Rafael Porto.

10:40-11:10 Coffee Break

11:10-12:00 Analogue Hawking radiation?, Matt Visser.

12:00-12:50 Black Hole dynamics at large D, Shiraz Minwalla

12:50-14:30 Lunch Break


Auditorium 1

14.30-15.00 Can We Probe Planckian Corrections At The Horizon Scale With Gravitational Waves?, Yunes, Nicolas

15.00-15.15 Second Law Protection Theorem For Lorentz-Violating Black Holes, Louko, Jorma

15.15-15.30 Angular Momentum Loss For A Binary System In Einstein-Aether Theory, Saffer, Alexander

15.30-15.45 Gravitational Waves In Massive Gravity: Waveforms From Extreme-Mass-Ratio Mergers, Maselli, Andrea

15.45-16.00 Nonlinear Dynamics Of Horndeski Theories In Spherical Collapse, Ripley, Justin

16.00-16.15 Gravitational Collapse In Bimetric Gravity, Högås, Marcus

16.15-16.30 Electromagnetism And Hidden Vector Fields In Modified Gravity Theories: Spontaneous And Induced Vectorization, Annulli, Lorenzo

Room 2

14:30-14:45 Polarization Effects In The Kerr Space-Time, Yurii Taistra

14:45-15:00 Dirac Stars In The Presence Of Maxwell And Proca Fields, Vladimir Dzhunushaliev

15:00-15:15 Relativistic Soundproof Models, I. Hawke

15:15-15:30 A Hyperbolic Theory Of Relativistic Conformal Dissipative Fluids, Oscar Reula

15:30-15:45 Charge Screened Boson Stars In A Spontaneous Broken U(1) Gauge Theory, Tatsuya Ogawa

15:45-16:00 Rotating Clumps Of Scalar Field Dark Matter, Miguel C. Ferreira

16:00-16:15 Hawking Radiation And Entropy Of A Black Hole In Modified Gravity From Quantum Tunneling Approach, Guqiang Li

16:15-16:30 General relativity and the rotation curves of UGC 128 and NGC 2403, Nadja Magalhaes

Room 1

14:30-14:45 Studies Of Standing And Dissipative Shocks Around Rotating Black Holes. Soumen Mondal

14:45-15:00 Numerical Study On The Gregory-Laflamme Instability Of Black Strings By Using Ccz4 Formulation, Chenxia Gu

15:00-15:15 Non Linear Spherical Collapse With Relativistic Hydrodynamics In A Cosmological Background, François Staelens

15:15-15:30 Dendro-Gr: A Scalable Framework For Computational General Relativity, David Neilsen

15:30-15:45 Kerr Black Holes With Synchronised Scalar Hair And Higher Azimuthal Harmonic Index,Jorge Delgado

15:45-16:00 Analytical And Numerical Treatment Of Perturbed Black Holes In Horizon-Penetrating Coordinates, Maitraya Bhattacharyya

16:00-16:15 Bbh & "Em" Fields: Em Counterparts And Beyond Gr, Pablo Bosch

16:15-16:30 On The Asymptotics Of Initial Data By Evolutionary Solvers, Karoly Csukás

Room 3

14:30-15:00 Classical Gravity From Quantum Loop, Pierre Vanhove

15:00-15:15 Energetics Of Two-Body Hamiltonians In Post-Minkowskian Gravity, Andre Antonelli

15:15-15:30 Spinning-Black-Hole Scattering And The Test-Black-Hole Limit At Second Post-Minkowskian Order, Justin Vines

15:30-15:45 Spin-Perturbed Orbits Near Black Holes, Vojtech Witzany

15:45-16:00 Black Hole Equations Of Motion In The Null Gauge With Back Reaction Due To Radiation, Osvaldo Moreschi

16:00-16:15 Spin And Center Of Mass Comparison Between The Pn Approach And The Asymptotic Formulation, Carlos Kozameh

16:15-16:30 Balance Equations For Linear Momentum And Center Of Mass Of Isolated Post-Newtonian Systems, Luc Blanchet

Auditorium 3B

14:30-14:45 Enriching The Symphony Of Gravitational Waves From Binary Black Holes By Tuning Higher Harmonics, Cotesta, Roberto

14:45-15:00 The Phenomx Suite Of Phenomenological Waveform Models, Pratten, Geraint

15:00-15:15 Parameter Estimation With Higher Modes And Precession, Khan, Sebastian

15:15-15:30 Phenomenological Models Of Neutron Star Black Hole Binaries, Thompson, Jonathan

15:30-15:45 A Black Hole Waveform Generator Trained On Numerical Relativity Waveforms, Williams, D.

15:45-16:00 Gravitational Wave Luminosity Peak Of Compact Binary Mergers, Zappa, F.

16:00-16:15 Are Current Binary Black Hole Waveforms Accurate Enough For Future Detectors? Pürrer, Michael

16:15-16:30 Python Reduced Order Quadrature Builder Pyroq And Fast Inference On GWs From Eccentric Compact Binaries, Hong Qi

Auditorium 2

14:30-15:00 Gravitational Wave Astronomy With The Next Generation Of GW Observatories, Sathyaprakash, Bangalore

15:00-15:30 Cosmic Explorer, Matt Evans

15:30-16:00 Global Scenario: GWIC Activities, David Shoemaker

16:00-16:30 Einstein Telescope: The European 3Rd Generation Gravitational Wave Observatory, Michele Punturo

Room 4

14:30-15:00 LISA Science And The LISA Science Group, Elena Rossi

15:00-15:15 Time-Delay Interferometry And Clock Noise Calibration For LISA, Hartwig, O.

15:15-15:30 Extreme Mass Ratio Inspiral (Emri) Search Techniques For The LISA Mission, Key, J.S.

15:30-15:45 Acquiring The Inter-Satellite Laser Link In The Grace Follow-On Laser Ranging Interferometer, Francis, S

15:45-16:00 Progress With The Tianqin Project, Mei, Jianwei

16:00-16:15 Intermediate Mass Ratio Inspirals in Galactic Nuclei, Manuel Arca Sedda

Auditorium 3A

14:30-14:45 Testing The Multipole Structure Of Compact Binaries Using Gravitational Wave Observations, Kastha, Shilpa

14:45-15:00 A Bayesian Method To Test The Binary Black Hole Nature Of Gravitational Wave Events By Measuring Spin-Induced Quadrupole Moments, Krishnendu N V.

15:00-15:15 Constraining Parity Violation In Gravity With Compact Binary Mergers, Perkins, Scott

15:15-15:30 Probing Parity Violation With Spin-Precessing Binaries, Loutrel, Nicholas

15:30-15:45 Constraints On Higher-Order Curvature Corrections Using Gravitational Wave Observations, Sennett, Noah

15:45-16:00 Exploring Strong Field Deviations From General Relativity Via Gravitational Waves, Trevino, Gabriel

16:00-16:15 Hidden-Sector Modifications To Gravitational Waves From Binary Inspirals, Yunes, Nico

16:15-16:30 Probing The Accretion Disk With The Gravitational Wave, Mondal Soumen

Room 6

14:30-15:00 Cosmic censorship in anti de Sitter spacetime, Gary Horowitz

15:00-15:15 Moduli space of five-dimensional supersymmetric black holes, James Lucietti

15:15-15:30 de Sitter holography and the t-tbar deformation, Eva Silverstein

15:30-15:45 Black hole instabilities and violation of the weak cosmic censorship conjecture, Pau Figueras

15:45-16:00 Dynamics of black holes in a confining background, Hans Bantilan

16:00-16:15 Bulk Reconstruction of the Code Subspace, Sebastian Fischetti

16:15-16:30 Localised and nonuniform thermal states of sym on a circle, Oscar Dias

Room 7

14:30-15:00 Asymptotic Safety - Recent Achievements And Links To Other Approaches, Benjamin Knorr

15:00-15:15 Effective Self-Consistent Solutions From Asymptotically Safe Gravity, Alessia Platania

15:15-15:30 Singularity Avoidance For Collapsing Quantum Dust In The Lemaître-Tolman-Bondi Model, Tim Schmitz

15:30-15:45 Perturbatively renormalizable quantum gravity, Tim Morris

15:45-16:00 Simulating Non-Commutative Geometries - A Focused Talk On Fuzzy Geometries, Lisa Glaser

16:00-16:15 Exploring Quantum Ricci Curvature In Nonperturbative Quantum Gravity, Renate Loll

16:15-16:30 Noncommutative Gravity With Self-Dual Variables, Mairi Sakellariadou

Room 8

14:30-14:45 Phenomenological Aspects Of Black Holes Beyond General Relativity, Stefano Liberati

14:45-15:00 Metrology Of Horizons, Raul Carballo—Rubio

15:00-15:15 Singularity Avoidance: Possibilities And Implications, Francesco Di Filippo

15:15-15:30 Quantum Strong Energy Inequality And The Hawking Singularity Theorem, Eleni-Alexandra Kontou

15:30-15:45 Semiclassical Stellar Hydrostatic Equilibrium, Julio Arrechea

15:45-16:00 Echoes From The Abyss: A Highly Spinning Black Hole Remnant For The Binary Neutron Star Merger GW170817, Jahed Abedi

16:00-16:15 Probing Quantum Gravity With Gravitational Waves, Antonino Marciano

16:15-16:30 A Self-Consistent Analysis Of Black Hole Horizons, Daniel Terno

Auditorium 3A

17:00-17:15 Gowdy Spacetimes With A Positive Cosmological Constant, Knopik, Jerzy

17:15-17:30 Surface Charges In Tetrad Variables, Speziale, Simone

17:30-17:45 On Necessary And Sufficient Conditions For Strong Hyperbolicity, Reula, Oscar

17:45-18:00 Perturbations Of Hypersurfaces Of Arbitrary Causal Character, Reina, Borja

18:00-18:15 Gr Computations With The Python-Based Free Computer Algebra System Sagemath, Gourgoulhon, Eric

18:15-18:30 Thermodynamics And Gravity, Santiago, Jessica

18:30-18:45 New Thermodynamic Identities For Five-Dimensional Black Holes, Lucietti, James

18:45-19:00 Absorption Of Electromagnetic Plane Waves By Rotating Black Holes, Crispino, Luis

Auditorium 2

Posters Gravitational Waves From Black Hole Binaries In Quadratic Gravity, Kim

Posters On The Solutions Of The Einstein-Hilbert And Gauss-Bonnet Metric-Affine, Lagrangians Jiménez

Posters Compact Scalar Objects In Ricci-Based Modified Gravity Theories, Afonso

Posters Degrees Of Freedom And Hamiltonian Formalism For F(T) Gravity, Ferraro

Posters Tachyonic Scalar Fields And Black Hole Geometry, Deshamukhya

Posters Radion Stabilization In Higher Curvature Warped Spacetime, Sengupta

Posters Projective Invariance In F(T) Gravity, Bejarano

Posters Curvature-Matter Coupling And Anisotropic Srange Stars, Sharif

Posters A General Correspondence Between Ricci Based Theories And General Relativity, Orazi

17.15-17.30 Experimental Relativity With Observations Of The Accretion Disk Continuum Spectrum Cardenas-Avendano, Alejandro

17.30-17.45 Axial Quasi-Normal Modes Of Neutron Stars In Massive Scalar-Tensor Theory Altaha Motahar, Zahra

17.45-18.00 Neutron Stars In Quadratic F(R) Theories Of Gravity Jimenez Forteza, Xisco

18.00-18.15 Gravitational Radiation From Binary Neutron Stars In A Fourth Order Gravity Model Bera, Sayantani

18.15-18.30 Distinguishing Between General Relativity And Modified Theories Of Gravity Using Quasi-Normal Modes Bhattacharyya, Soham

Room 1

17:00-17:15 The Weak Null Condition In Free-Evolution: Dual Foliation Ghg With Constraint Damping, Edgar Gasperin

17:15-17:30 The Interior Of A Binary Black-Hole Merger, Daniel Pook-Kolb

17:30-17:45 Quick Bbh Merger Visualizations: Interpolating Numerical Apparent Horizons, Akshay Khadse

17:45-18:00 Numerical Studies Of Superradiant Instability In Kerr-Ads, Lorenzo Rossi

Auditorium 3B

17:00-17:15 Observational Black Hole Spectroscopy: A Time-Domain Multimode Analysis Of GW150914, Carullo, Gregorio

17:15-17:30 All-Sky Search For Continuous Gravitational Waves From Boson Clouds Around Stellar Mass Black Holes, Palomba, C

17:30-17:45 Reanalysis Of Black Hole Echoes, Tanaka, Takahiro

17:45-18:00 Search Methods For Ultralight Scalar Field Dark Matter With Gravitational-Wave Detectors And Its Detectability, Morisaki, S

18:00-18:15 Measurement Of Sub-Dominant Harmonic Modes For Gravitational Wave Emission From A Population Of Binary Black Holes, Klimenko, S.

18:15-18:30 More On The Tests Of Gravity Using Gravitational-Waves Data, Yamada, Kei

18:30-18:45 The Optimal Filter For Testing General Relativity With Gravitational Waves, Capano, Collin

18:45-19:00 Search For Gravitational-Wave Signals Produced By Cosmic Strings In The Advanced Ligo-Virgo Data, Belahcene, Imène

Room 2

17:00-17:15 Parametrized Black Hole Quasinormal Ringdown, Berti, Emanuele

17:15-17:30 Generalized No-Hair Theorem For Ultracompact Alternatives To Black Holes, Barceló, C.

17:30-17:45 Black Hole Ringdown: The Importance Of Overtones, Giesler, Matthew

17:45-18:00 Black Hole Spectroscopy With Overtones, Isi, Maximiliano

18:00-18:15 Detectability Of The Second Mode In Binary Black Hole Ringdown, Bhagwat,Swetha

18:15-18:30 A Study On Quasinormal Modes In Gravitational Wave Signals, Keivani, Azadeh

Room 8

17:00-17:15 Quantum Effects In Gravitational Collapse And Black Hole Evaporation, Sebastian Murk

17:15-17:30 Energy-Momentum Tensor And Metric Near The Schwarzschild Sphere, Sebastian Murk

17:30-17:45 A Self-Consistent Description Of Time Evolution Of Black Holes Including Collapsing Matter And Hawking Radiation, Yuki Yokokura

17:45-18:00 Particle Creation In Gravitational Collapse To A Horizonless Compact Object, Tomohiro Harada

18:00-18:15 Semiclassical Gravity Effects Near Horizon Formation, Valentin Boyanov

18:15-18:30 Correlation And The Black Hole Information Loss Paradox, Qingyu Cai

18:30-18:45 Volume Inside Old Black Hole, Or How To Store Our Universe Inside A Ping Pong Ball, Tommaso De Lorenzo

Auditorium 1

9:00-9:50 Loop quantum gravity: basics and some recent advances, Abhay Ashtekar.

9:50-10:40 Particle Physics Beyond Colliders, Asimina Arvanitaki.

10:40-11:10 Coffee Break

11:10-12:00 Imaging the event horizon in the Galactic center and M87, Heino Falcke.

12:00-12:50 From LISA Pathfinder to LISA: preparing for gravitational wave observation from space, William Joseph Weber.

12:50-14:30 Lunch Break


Auditorium 3A

14:30-14:45 Asymptotic Behavior Of Massless Fields And The Memory Effect, Satishchandran, Gautam

14:45-15:00 (A)Ds In Bondi Gauge, Poole, Aaron

15:00-15:15 The Hyperbolic Einstein-Rosen Bridge, Beltrán-Palau, Pau

15:15-15:30 Boson Clouds Around Rotating Black Holes: Obstacles In Generalizing The No-Hair Theorems, Salgado, Marcelo

15:30-15:45 Trajectory Of Light Ray Due To A Charged Body Via Optical Medium Approach, Roy, Saswati

15:45-16:00 Isolated Horizons And The Petrov Type D Equation, Dobkowski-Rylko, Denis

16:00-16:15 Conserved Charges In Asymptotically De Sitter Spacetimes, Hoque, Sk Jahanur

16:15-16:30 Some Results On Black Hole Horizons: A Covariant Approach, Abbas Sherif

Room 3

14:30-15:00 Uv And Ir Divergencies In The Post-Newtonian Expansion, Stefano Foffa

15:00-15:15 Two Body Dynamics In The Post-Newtonian Approximation Beyond Fourth Perturbative Order, Riccardo Sturani

15:15-15:30 GW Generation At The 4Th Post-Newtonian Order, François Larrouturou

15:30-15:45 Tidal Effects Up To Second Post-Newtonian Order In Inspiralling Binary Neutron-Star Systems, Quentin Henry

15:45-16:00 The Impact Of Approximations And Uncertainties On Binary Black Hole Waveform Models, Mark Hannam

16:00-16:15 Towards A New Multipolar Description Of Gravitational Waves From Binary Black Holes, Lionel London

16:15-16:30 Recent Progress In Teobresums, Sarp Akcay

Room 4

15:00-15:15 Status of the North American nanohertz observatory for gravitational waves, Timothy Pennucci

15:15-15:30 IPTA data release 2: Preliminary limits on a stochastic background of GWs from SMBH binaries, Paul Baker

15:30-15:45 Realistic sensitivity curves for pulsar timing arrays, Jeffrey Hazboun

15:45-16:00 Constraining galaxy and black hole binary mergers with pulsars, Siyuan Chen

16:00-16:15 The MeerTime key science project on pulsar timing, Matthew Bailes

16:15-16:30  Prospects for gravitational wave astronomy with next generation large-scale pulsar timing arrays, Yan Wang

Auditorium 1

14:30-14:45 Results Of The Recent Search For An Isotropic Stochastic Background Using Advanced LIGO Data, Whiting, B. F.

14:45-15:00 Anisotropies In The Stochastic Gravitational-Wave Background, Sakellariadou, M

15:00-15:15 Searching For The Stochastic Gravitational Wave Background With Advanced LIGO And Advanced Virgo, Mandic, Vuk

15:15-15:30 Gravitational Waves From Core-Collapse Supernovae, Andresen, Haakon

15:30-15:45 Towards Asteroseismology Of Core-Collapse Supernovae With Gravitational Wave Observations, Cerdá-Durán, P.

15:45-16:00 Universal Relations Of Core-Collapse Supernova With Gravitational Waves, Torres-Forné, A

16:00-16:15 Detecting And Reconstructing Unmodeled Gravitational Waves With The Bayeswave Algorithm, Millhouse, M.

16:15-16:30 Searching For Long-Duration Gravitational Wave Transients From Glitching Pulsars, Keitel, David

Room 1

14:30-14:45 Photodetection In LISA, Fernandez Barranco, G

14:45-15:00 Analysis Of Tianqin Science Objectives, Wang, Hai-Tian

15:00-15:15 Detecting Bodies Orbiting The Galactic Center Black Hole Sgr A* With LISA, Gourgoulhon, E.

15:15-15:30 Magnetic Experiments On-Board Lisapathfinder, López-Zaragoza, J P

15:30-15:45 LISA Laser System Design, Strategy And Verification, L. Mondin

15:45-16:00 Towards Multimessenger Astronomy In The LISA Era, Marka, Zsuzsa

Auditorium 3B

14:30-14:45 Testing Gravity At Cosmological Distance With Gravitatonal-Wave Propagation, Nishizawa, Atsushi

14:45-15:00 Model-Agnostic Test On Gravitational-Wave Polarizations, Pang, P. T. H.

15:00-15:15  Fate Of Extra Dimensions In Light Of GW170817, Chakraborty, S.

15:15-15:30 The Stochastic Gravitational-Wave Background In The Absence Of Horizons, Brito,Richard

15:30-15:45 Axion Cloud Around Supermassive Black Holes And Its Astrophysical Implications, Yang, Huan

15:45-16:00 Gravitational Waves Of Triple System In Einstein-Aether Theory, Wang, Anzhong

16:00-16:15 Continuous Gravitational Waves From Magnetized White Dwarfs And Neutron Stars: Missions For LISA, Decigo, Bbo, Mukhopadhyay, Banibrata

16:15-16:30  Non-Local Stars As Blackhole Mimickers, Mazumdar, Anupam

Room 2

14:30-15:00 The Observational Prospects For GW Em Follow-Up And Engrave, Susanna Vergani

15:00-15:15 The Italian Follow-Up Observations Of GW Triggers In The Multi-Messenger Era, Silvia Piranomonte

15:15-15:30 The Toros Collaboration Optical Follow-Up Of Gravitational Wave Transients, Mario Claudio Diaz

15:30-15:45 Host Galaxies Of Merging Compact Objects, María Celeste Artale

15:45-16:00 Magnetically Driven Explosions And Black Hole Formation In Stellar Core Collapse, Martin Obergaulinger

16:00-16:15 Birth, Life And Death Of Black Hole Binaries In Galactic Nuclei, Manuel Arca Sedda

16:15-16:30 Astrophysical Signal Of Primordial Black Hole Explosions, Francesca Vidotto

Room 5

14:30-14:45 Gravimetry on the milliscale - 100mg as a source mass, Tobias Westphal

14:45-15:15 Precision Measurement Of The Gravitational Constant G With Two Independent Methods Jun Luo

15:15-15:30 The Measurement Of Big G - A Historical Overview, Christian Rothleitner

15:30-15:45 Update On The Work At Nist On The Determination Of Newton’S Constant, G, Using The Bipm 2013 Apparatus, Clive Speake

15:45-16:00 Moiré Neutron Interferometer For Precision Measurement Of G, Dusan Sarenac

16:00-16:15 Towards A Better Determination Of Big G, Muchuan Hua

16:15-16:30 Speed as the source of the gravitation field, Julio Pérez

Room 6

14:30-15:00 Cosmic censorship violation in black hole collisions in higher dimensions, Roberto Emparan

15:00-15:15 Quantum Corrected Black Holes from String T-Duality, Michael Wondrak

15:15-15:30 Constraints on 4 graviton scattering, Shiraz Minwalla

15:30-15:45 Novel supersymmetric black holes in ADS, Jorge Santos

15:45-16:00 Merging horizons at Large D, Ryotaku Suzuki

16:00-16:15 Black holes as black blobs on a black membrane, David Licht

16:15-16:30 Holographic fermions in striped phases, Li, Li

Room 7

14:30-15:00 A status report on Causal Set Theory, Sumati Surya

15:00-15:15 Studies on the SJ vacuum in de Sitter spacetime, Nomaan X

15:15-15:30 Some features of the Hamiltonian analysis of Asymptotic Safe Quantum Gravity, Gabriele Gionti S.J.

15:30-15:45 Causal dynamical triangulations on a torus, Jakub Gizbert-Studnicki

15:45-16:00 Geometric flux formula for the gravitational Wilson loop, M.C.A. Reitz

16:00-16:15 State space renormalization in 1+1 CDT, Susanne Lanery

Room 8

14:30-14:45 Scattering Of Co-Current Surface Waves On An Analogue Black Hole, Scott Robertson

14:45-15:00 Effective Self-Consistent Solutions From Asymptotically Safe Gravity, Alessia Platania

15:00-15:15 Small Scale Structure Of Spacetime And It'S Ramifications, Dawood Kothawala

15:15-15:30 Unitarity And Information In Quantum Gravity: A Simple Example, Lautaro Amadei

15:30-15:45 Searching For A Fundamental Equation For Quantum Gravity, Tatyana Shestakova

15:45-16:00 An Optical Analogue Of Gravity-Induced Instabilities, Caio Ribeiro

16:00-16:15 Traces Of The Unruh Effect In Surface Waves, Joao Paulo Cardoso Ramos Rodrigues

16:15-16:30 Proposal For Observing The Unruh Effect Using Classical Electrodynamics, Gabriel Cozzella

Room 3

17:00-17:30 The Eccentric Behavior Of Inspiraling Compact Binaries, Nicholas Loutrel

17:30-17:45 A Gravitational Wave Model For Non-Spinning Binaries With Moderate Eccentricity, Nicolas Yunes

17:45-18:00 Theory-Agnostic Modeling Of Dynamical Scalarization In Binary Systems, Mohammed Khalil

18:00-18:15 Enhancing Gravitational Waveform Models, Yoshinta Eka Setyawati

18:15-18:30 Rotational Instabilities Of Neutron Stars, Kostas Kokkotas

Room 4

17:00-17:15 Model selection for spin noise in pulsar timing arrays, Boris Goncharov

17:15-17:30 The Geometry of the PTA Ephemeris Error Problem, Elinore Roebber

17:30-17:45 Impact of planetary ephemerides on gravitational wave searches with pulsar timing arrays, Aurelien Chalumeau

17:45-18:00 Testing theories of gravity with relativistic binary pulsars, Vivek Venkatraman Krishnan

18:00-18:15 Testing anisotropic spacetimes with an array of pulsars, Lijing Shao

18:15-18:30 PPTA constraints on fuzzy dark matter, Nataliya Porayko

18:30-18:45 Cosmological sources, Xavier Siemens

18:45-19:00 Sensitivity of Pulsar Timing Arrays towards Polarizations of Gravitational Waves, Adrian Boitier

Auditorium 1

17:00-17:15 Search For Gravitational Waves With Short Time Duration In The Advanced LIGO And Virgo, Drago, M

17:15-17:30 Full Coherent Searches For Continuous Gravitational Waves With The LIGO Second Observing Run, Mastrogiovanni, S.

17:30-17:45 Loosely Coherent Searches For Continuous Waves, Dergachev, Vladimir

17:45-18:00 A Directed Search Of Continuous Wave Signals From The Galactic Center In Advanced LIGO'S Second Observing Run, Piccinni, O. J.

18:00-18:15 Directional Model-Independent Search For Persistent Gravitational Waves In Advanced LIGO’S Data From The First Two Observing Runs, Goncharov,B

18:15-18:30 LIGO-Virgo Searches For Gravitational Waves From Scorpius X-1, Whelan, John T.

18:30-18:45 Einstein@Home Search For Continuous Gravitational Waves From Vela Jr, Cassiopeia A And G347.3, Ming, J.

18:45-19:00 All-Sky Search For Continuous Gravitational Waves From Isolated Neutron Stars Using Advanced LIGO O2 Data, Covas, Pep

Room 1

17:00-17:15 Binary White Dwarfs As Laboratories For Extreme Gravity With LISA, Littenberg, Tyson B.

17:15-17:30 Extreme-Mass-Ratio Inspirals Produced By Tidal Capture Of Binary Black Holes, Chen, X.

17:30-17:45 Proposed LISA Telescope Design, Livas, J.

17:45-18:00 Invesigating An Optimal Backlink Candidate for LISA, L. Bischof

18:00-18:15 Space-Based Gravitational Wave Detector Simulation Architecture For Noise Coupling Analysis And System Optimization—Current Status And Future Development, Zhang Y.Z.

18:15-18:30 Prospects For Identifying Near-Extremal Black Holes Using LISA, Burke, O

Auditorium 3B

17:00-17:15 Testing The Area Quantisation Hypothesis From Black Hole Ringdown Signals, Danny Laghi

17:15-17:30 Instability Of Exotic Compact Objects And Its Implications For Gravitational-Wave Echoes, Chen, Baoyi

17:30-17:45 Tails And Tails Of Tails: Probing Event Horizon Via Gravitational Waves, Abedi, Jahed

17:45-18:00 Exotic Compact Objects: Ergoregion Instability, Ringdown And Echoes, Maggio, Elisa

18:00-18:15 Gravitational Echoes From Exotic Compact Objects, Addazi, Andrea

18:15-18:30  Anisotropic Stars As Ultracompact Objects In General Relativity, Raposo, G.

Room 2

17:00-17:15 The Transient High-Energy Sky And Early Universe Surveyor (Theseus), Lorenzo Amati

17:15-17:30 The Key-Role Of Theseus For Multi-Messenger Astrophysics, Giulia Stratta

17:30-17:45 Multi-Messenger Astronomy With Lisa And Athena, Paul Mcnamara

17:45-18:00 Detectability Of Modulated X-Rays From Lisa'S Supermassive Black Hole Mergers, Tito Dal Canton

18:00-18:15 Investigating The Variability Of Accreting Binary Black Holes, Scott Noble

18:15-18:30 Gravitational Wave Emission By Common-Envelope Evolution Of Binary Stars, Yonadav Barry Ginat

Room 6

17:00-17:30 Holographic thermodynamics of accelerating black holes, David, Kubiznak

17:30-17:45 Holographic phase transitions, Thanasis Giannakopoulos

17:45-18:00 Emergent Dark Universe and the Swampland Criteria, Yun-Long Zhang

18:00-18:15 Supersymmetric rotating black holes in gauged supergravity and string theory, Alejandro Ruipérez

18:15-18:17 Posters Xu Xiao-Bao, Entanglement Entropy in JT CFT_2

18:17-18:19 Posters Mo Jie-Xiong, Effects of Lovelock gravity on the Joule-Thomson expansion

Room 7

17:00-17:15 Hopf-algebraic deformations of 3D spacetime symmetries, Tomasz Trzesniewski

17:15-17:30 Proposal for a new quantum theory of gravity, Tejinder Singh

17:30-17:45 The case for emergent gravity, Joshua Erlich

17:45-17:47 Poster Jan Novak: Breaking nonlinear graviton with plabic graphs

Room 8

17:00-17:15 Subtleties Of Different Approaches To Electromagnetic Analogue Space-Times, Sebastian Schuster

17:15-17:30 Experimental Evidence For Radiation Reaction Thermalized At The Fulling-Davies-Unruh Temperature, Morgan Lynch

17:30-17:45 Rindler Quench In Curved Spacetime And In The Laboratory, Jorma Louko

17:45-18:00 Rogue Waves In Selfgravitating Bec, Sandro Gödtel

18:00-18:15 Pair Creation Induced By Electric And Gravitational Fields, Silvia Pla García

18:15-18:30 Adiabatic Invariance In The Creation Of Particles By Gravitational And Electromagnetic Fields, Pau Beltrán-Palau

18:30-18:45 Handedness Of Photons And Gravitational Wave Polarization, Adrián Del Rio Vega

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