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Workshop on Interplay between Numerical Relativity and Data Analysis


Schedule for Second Week:


Monday:

noon: Director's blackboard lunch.
Overview: Interplay between Numerical Relativity and
data analysis.
Speakers: Uli Sperhake, Duncan Brown

14:00 : Target errors (Moderator: Steve Fairhurst)

Tuesday:

10:00 LISA MDC (Moderator: Michelle Vallisneri)

Wednesday:

14:00 Waveform, comparisons within data analysis pipeline
(Moderator: Patrick Brady)
Data Formats for NR Waves
Numerical INJection Analysis Project Wiki

Thursday

14:00 Data Analysis-Num Relativity

Friday

10:30 am Closeout discussions



Schedule for First Week:


Monday:


09:45 Orientation for workshop attendees

10:00 Organizational meeting

11:30am - 1pm (Lunch)

1:00 pm
''Status of Numerical relativity with a focus on the interplay with data analysis''
(Sascha Husa)

3:00 pm
"Current status of exploiting theoretical modelling of gravity waves in data analysis"
(Steve Fairhurst)

Tuesday


9:30 am
Overview: State of the art of relevant binary simulations for GWs (Moderator: Lehner)

13:30
Discussion: Errors and systematics (Moderators: Gonzalez, Pfeiffer)
LIGO Calibration Accuracy

17:00
Wine and cheese reception

Wednesday


10:00 am
"Approximations and simulations for the construction of templates"
(Alessandra Buonnano)

13:30
Discussion: Impact of simulations in data analysis (Moderator: Krishnan)

Thursday


10:00 am
Dicussion: Interfacing PN-NumRel-Perturbations (Moderators: Kidder, Berti)
Gravitational waves from compact binaries inspiralling along post-Newtonian accurate eccentric orbits: Data analysis implications

14:00
Scheduling and Instruments (Berger,Gonzalez,Prince).

16:00
"Sociology"

19:00
Dinner

Friday
10:00 am
Beyond Current Binary Black Hole Simulations: What to do next?
(Scott Hughes)

13:30
Discussion: NS-BHs, and NSs binaries (Moderator: Duez)

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