GWADW2016 - Impact of Recent Discoveries on Future Detector Design

from Sunday, 22 May 2016 (17:00) to Saturday, 28 May 2016 (18:00)
Hotel Hermitage, La Biodola, Isola d'Elba

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
22 May 2016
23 May 2016
24 May 2016
25 May 2016
26 May 2016
27 May 2016
AM
08:20
Plenary 1 (until 09:00) (Sala Maria Luisa)
08:20 Welcome - Francesco Fidecaro (Pisa)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
08:30 Setting the stage - Francesco Fidecaro (Pisa)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:00
Plenary 1 - Lisa Barsotti (LIGO-MIT) Cole Miller (Maryland) (until 10:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
09:00 What Binary Black Holes Teach - Steven Fairhurst (Cardiff) Salvatore Vitale (LIGO MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:45 High and Low Frequency Sensitivity Improvements - Lisa Barsotti (LIGO-MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Plenary 2 - Science case for future Detectors - Bangalore Sathyaprakash (Cardiff University) (until 12:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
11:00 Global Network of 2G+ and 3G Detectors - Bangalore Sathyaprakash (Cardiff University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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11:45 Multimessenger Astronomy - Steven Fairhurst (Cardiff)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
09:00
Low frequency workshop (until 10:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
09:00 Newtonian Seismic Array at LHO - Jenne Driggers (Caltech)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:45 Ambient Seismic Noise - Xander Campman (Shell)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:00
Thermal noise & coatings workshop (until 10:35) (Sala Elena)
09:00 Amorphous dielectric coatings - Martin Fejer (Stanford University)   (Sala Elena)
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09:40 Atomic structure investigations of amorphous coatings - Riccardo Bassiri (Stanford University)   (Sala Elena)
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10:00 Modeling coating thermal noise for gravitational wave detectors - Chris Billman (University of Florida)   (Sala Elena)
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10:20 New results on losses correlation with structure - Elodie Coillet (Lyon)   (Sala Elena)
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10:35 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Low frequency workshop (until 12:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
11:00 Towards Low Frequency Gravitational Force Sensing - Bram Slagmolen (The Australian National University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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11:30 TOBA: a Low-frequency Gravitational-Wave AntennaMasaki - Masaki Ando (Univ. of Tokyo)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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12:00 Sensitivity limits of atom interferometry gravity gradiometers and strainmeters - Fiodor Sorrentino (INFN - Genova)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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11:00
Thermal noise & coatings workshop (until 12:30) (Sala Elena)
11:00 Discussion   (Sala Elena)
09:00
Controls Workshop - Jenne Driggers (Caltech) (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Angular loop consideration - Jenne Driggers (Caltech)   ()
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09:10 Angular control of Advanced Virgo suspended benches - Michal Was (LAPP/CNRS)   ()
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09:20 Hopes and Dreams: One Transfer Func4on Fi6ng Program to Rule Them All - Jeffrey Kissel (CalTech)   ()
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09:30 Radiation pressure induced instability   ()
09:40 Discussion   ()
09:00
Thermal noise & coatings workshop (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Amorphous optical coatings for gravitational-wave interferometers - Massimo Granata (Laboratoire des Matériaux Avancés - CNRS)   ()
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09:20 Development of ultra-low optical and mechanical loss aSi coatings using novel ECR ion beam deposition - Stuart Reid (University of the West of Scotland)   ()
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09:40 Optical absorption of amorphous silicon coatings(included in previous slides) - Iain Martin (University of Glasgow)   ()
10:00 Thermoelastic damping in silicon and metallic discs: the mode shape dependent branching effect - Matteo Lorenzini (GSSI)   ()
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Controls Workshop - Jeffrey Kissel (CalTech) (until 12:30) ()
11:00 MIMO damping   ()
11:10 Fitting tools   ()
11:20 How to use the earthquakes arrival predictor to put the IFO in robust mode - Sebastien Biscans (MIT LIGO)   ()
11:30 Present and future of superattenuator control system - Valerio Boschi (PI)   ()
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11:50 Feedforward control for arm cavities   ()
12:00 Discussion   ()
11:00
Thermal noise & coatings workshop (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Coatings Thermal noise workshop discussion points - Riccardo Bassiri (Stanford University)   ()
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11:10 Discussion   ()
09:00
Controls Workshop - Rana Adhikari (Caltech) (until 10:30) ()
09:00 What environmental changes or instrument drifts require re-tuning   ()
09:10 Define inputs and outputs   ()
09:20 Learning Methods for Interferometers - Rana Adhikari (Caltech)   ()
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09:30 Discussion   ()
09:00
Low frequency workshop (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Low-frequency seismic sensors - Conor Mow-Lowry (University of Birmingham)   ()
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09:30 Sensor development and characterization at Nikhef - Maria Bader (Nikhef)   ()
10:00 MEMS sensor development - Boris Boom (Nikhef)   ()
10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Controls Workshop - Dennis Coyne (LIGO Lab) (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Brief description of next gen concepts   ()
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11:10 Some thoughts on controls challenges, considerations for discussion   ()
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11:20 Discussion   ()
11:00
Low frequency workshop (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Seismic rotational measurements - Angela Di Virgilio (PI)   ()
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11:30 NN modeling for MIGA - Sophie Pelisson (LP2N-IOA)   ()
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12:00 Atmospheric NN modeling - Donatella Fiorucci (CNRS)   ()
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09:00
Plenary 8 - IFO configurations & squeezing - Jean Pierre Zendri (PD) David McClelland (The Australian National University) Roman Schnabel (Hamburg University) (until 10:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
09:00 Introduction - David McClelland (The Australian National University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:10 Squeezing at 1064nm - Henning Vahlbruch (AEI Hannover)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:30 Squeezing at 1550nm and across the wavelengths - Axel Schoenbeck (Hamburg University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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09:50 Intracavity Squeezing I - Yanbei Chen (California Institute of Technology)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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10:10 Intracavity Squeezing II - Kentaro Somiya (Caltech)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Plenary 8 - IFO configurations & squeezing - Roman Schnabel (Hamburg University) Jean Pierre Zendri (PD) David McClelland (The Australian National University) (until 12:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
11:00 Quantum dense metrology - Sebastian Steinlechner (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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11:30 New Topology Speedmeter - Shtefan Danilishin (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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12:00 Atom Interferometer GW Detectors - Philippe Bouyer (Bordeaux)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
PM
17:00 --- Registration ---
19:30 --- Welcome Cocktail ---
12:30 --- lunch ---
16:00
Plenary 3 - Workshop goals - Jo van den Brand (Nikhef - VU) Jan Harms (FI) Riccardo Bassiri (Stanford University) Giampietro Cagnoli (LMA - UCBL) Eric Gustafson (Caltech) Iain Martin (University of Glasgow) Fabrice Matichard (MIT) Dennis Coyne (LIGO Lab) (until 17:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:00 A. Low frequency - Jan Harms (FI) Jo van den Brand (Nikhef - VU)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:10 B. Introduction to thermal noise workshop and goals - GIANPIETRO CAGNOLI (LMA - UCBL)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:20 C. Controls - Dennis Coyne (LIGO Lab) Fabrice Matichard (MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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17:30 --- coffee break ---
18:00
Plenary 4 - Cryogenics - Kazuhiro Yamamoto (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, The university of Tokyo) Kentaro Somiya (Caltech) Seiji Kawamura (ICRR - The University of Tokyo) (until 19:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
18:00 Cyogenics session overview - Giles Hammond (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:10 Overview of the 20 K configuration - KAZUHIRO YAMAMOTO (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, The university of Tokyo)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:35 Overview of the 120 K configuration - Christopher Wipf (Caltech LIGO)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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19:00 Cryogenics Round Table - KAZUHIRO YAMAMOTO (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, The university of Tokyo) Giles Hammond (University of Glasgow) Rana Adhikari (Caltech) Christopher Wipf (Caltech LIGO) Ronny Nawrodt (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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12:30 --- lunch ---
16:00
Plenary 5 - LISA Pathfinder - Stefano Vitale (MIT - LIGO) (until 17:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:00 LISA in the post detection and post LISA Pathfinder era - Karsten Danzmann (AEI Hannover)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:30 Toward LISA in the USA - John Conklin (University of Florida)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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17:00 LISA Pathfinder scientific operations - Stefano Vitale (TN)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
17:30 --- cheese&wine ---
18:00
Poster Session (until 19:30) ()
18:00 A high-isolation, low-loss, in-vacuum, thermally-controlled Faraday isolator - maddalena mantovani (EGO)   ()
18:00 A study of contamination in gravitational wave detectors - Mr Kunihiko Hasegawa (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, the University of Tokyo,)   ()
18:00 A Tunable Resonant Detector for Low Frequency Gravitational Waves - Prof. CS Unnikrishnan (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India)   ()
18:00 Ambient seismic noise and its potential use in seismic exploration and monitoring - Xander Campman (Shell Global Solutions International B.V.)   ()
18:00 Amorphous silicon as low loss, high refractive index material for dielectric mirror coatings - Mr Zeno Tornasi (University of Glasgow)   ()
Poster
18:00 Angular control of Advanced Virgo suspended benches - Dr Michal Was (LAPP/CNRS)   ()
18:00 Characterisation of the aLIGO monolithic suspensions - Dr Borja Sorazu (University of Glasgow)   ()
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18:00 Coil-Coil Actuator for reduction of magnetic noise - Mr Naoki Aritomi (University of Tokyo)   ()
18:00 Comparison of ring-Sagnac and sloshing-Sagnac interferometer - Dr Sabina Huttner (University of Glasgow)   ()
18:00 Cryogenic mechanical loss of IBS silica - Mr Raymond Robie (University of Glasgow)   ()
18:00 Developing a squeezed light source at Virgo site - Matteo Leonardi (TIFP)   ()
18:00 Development of ultra-low optical and mechanical loss aSi coatings using novel ECR ion beam deposition - Mr David Vine (SUPA, University of the West of Scotland)   ()
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18:00 Dynamics of Fiber Amplifiers in the Context of Gravitational Wave Detectors’ Laser Sources - Mr Omar de Varona (LaserZentrum Hannover)   ()
18:00 Electromagnetic Derivation of Thermal Noise in Grating Reflectors - Stefanie Kroker (Braunschweig University of Technology, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt)   ()
18:00 Environment at the underground GW detector KAGRA - Dr Ayaka Shoda (NAOJ)   ()
18:00 Factors pertaining to the strength of four-fiber monolithic silica test mass suspensions. - Dr Kirill Tokmakov (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.)   ()
Poster
18:00 FINESSE 2.1 - with Multimode Squeezing - Mr Daniel Toyra (University of Birmingham)   ()
18:00 High power fibered electro-optics components - Matthieu Gosselin (EGO, European Gravitational Observatory)   ()
18:00 Indium bond research for crystalline cryogenic suspensions - Ms Margot Phelps (Institute for Gravitational Research, University of Glasgow)   ()
18:00 Installation of Input Mode Cleaner of iKAGRA - Mr Shogo Kambara (University of Toyama)   ()
18:00 Investigation of Suspension Upgrades for the Advanced LIGO Gravitational Wave Detector - Kyung Ha Lee (University of Glasgow)   ()
18:00 Large band low frequency sensors based on Watt’s linkage for future generations of interferometric detectors - Valerio Boschi (PI)   ()
Poster
18:00 Laser power stabilization for future gravitational wave detectors - Ms Marina Trad Nery (Albert Einstein Institute)   ()
18:00 New OSEM results using a displacement-doubling prism-based flag - Dr Nicholas Lockerbie (University of Strathclyde)   ()
Poster
18:00 Optical levitation of a mirror - Dr Yuta Michimura (Department of Physics, University of Tokyo)   ()
18:00 Photoelasticity of Silicon and its temperature dependence - Rene Glaser (FSU Jena / IFK / TTP)   ()
18:00 Reduction of quantum noise for gravitational wave detector KAGRA (I) - Mr Yutaro Enomoto (ICRR, University of Tokyo)   ()
18:00 Reduction of quantum noise for gravitational wave detector KAGRA (II) - Mr Koji Nagano (ICRR)   ()
18:00 Reduction of Seismic Coupling Noise for TOBA - Tomofumi Shimoda (University of Tokyo)   ()
18:00 Reduction of Virgo Low Frequency environmental magnetic noise - Federico Paoletti (PI)   ()
18:00 Silicate bonding extends to the photonics industry - Mr Gregoire Lacaille (Gooch and Housego)   ()
18:00 The input optics for iKAGRA - Mr Masayuki Nakano (ICRR)   ()
18:00 Thermal conductivity of bonded materials for future generation gravitational wave observatories - Mrs Mariela Masso Reid (Institute for Gravitational Research/University of Glasgow)   ()
18:00 Thermo-refractive noise measurement in the Advanced Virgo Output Mode Cleaner - Marine Ducrot (LAPP)   ()
Poster
18:00 Thermoelastic damping in silicon and metallic discs: the mode-dependent branching effect - Matteo Lorenzini (GSSI)   ()
18:00 TOBA: a Low-frequency Gravitational-Wave Antenna - Prof. Masaki Ando (University of Tokyo)   ()
18:00 Trade-offs for squeezed light injection in a non-perfect world - Emil Schreiber (Albert Einstein Institute Hannover)   ()
18:00 Twin Signal Recycling for the Einstein Telescope - Ms Vaishali Adya (Leibniz Universität Hannover / AEI)   ()
18:00 Ultra-quiet Mirror Suspensions for the Glasgow Sagnac Speed Meter - Mr Jan-Simon Hennig (University of Glasgow)   ()
18:00 Vibration Isolation System for KAGRA: Overview and Results in the First Operation - Mr Koki Okutomi (Sokendai (GUAS))   ()
12:30 --- lunch ---
16:00
Plenary 6 - Enhanced interferometers near term (<12 years) - Daniel Sigg (LIGO Hanford Observatory) Rana Adhikari (Caltech) Matteo Barsuglia (APC-CNRS) (until 17:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:00 Summary of science goals - Yanbei Chen (California Institute of Technology)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:15 LIGO: the A+ upgrade - Lisa Barsotti (LIGO-MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:25 Virgo upgrade plans - Gianpietro Cagnoli (LMA - UCBL)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:35 Squeezing with long filter cavities - Eleonora Capocasa (APC)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:55 Balanced homodyne readout - Sebastian Steinlechner (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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17:05 Discussion   (Sala Maria Luisa)
17:30 --- coffee break ---
18:00
Plenary 6 - Enhanced interferometers near term (<12 years) - Rana Adhikari (Caltech) Matteo Barsuglia (APC-CNRS) Daniel Sigg (LIGO Hanford Observatory) (until 19:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
18:00 Coating - What's available now and in the 5-10 years - Riccardo Bassiri (Stanford University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:08 What if we are stuck with the coatings I - Stefan Ballmer (Syracuse University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:16 What if we are stuck with the coatings II   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:25 Discussion   (Sala Maria Luisa)
18:50 Voyager: Pros and cons of the cryo-silicon-2micron idea - Rana Adhikari (Caltech)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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19:00 Discussion   (Sala Maria Luisa)
20:00 --- Workshop reception ---
12:30 --- lunch ---
14:45
Coordination of Future Development of Large Detectors - Michele Punturo (PG) Ms Sheila Rowan (University of Glasgow) David Reitze (Caktech) (until 16:00) (Sala Maria Luisa)
14:45 Possible models for GWIC’s role - Sheila Rowan (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
15:00 Need for coordinated R&D: the ET perspective - Michele Punturo (PG)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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15:15 Need for coordinated R&D: the LIGO perspective - David Reitze (Caltech)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:00
Plenary 7 - Future detectors requirements, goals, possibilities - Michele Punturo (PG) Harald Lueck (AEI Hannover (MPI f. gravitational Physics / Inst. f. Grav.physics Leibniz Uni Hannover)) Matthew Evans (MIT) (until 17:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:00 Science targets for future detectors - Salvatore Vitale (LIGO MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:20 Synergy between space and terrestrial detectors - Alberto Sesana (Birmingham)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:40 Low Frequency Noise Impact - Summary - Jan Harms (FI) Jenne Driggers (Caltech)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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17:00 Lenses and wedges – Do these make sense for long arms? - Stefan Ballmer (Syracuse University)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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17:30 --- coffee break ---
18:00
Plenary 7 - Future detectors requirements, goals, possibilities - Harald Lueck (AEI Hannover (MPI f. gravitational Physics / Inst. f. Grav.physics Leibniz Uni Hannover)) Matthew Evans (MIT) Michele Punturo (PG) (until 19:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:00 Scattering, technical noise and alignment, stability - Matthew Evans (MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
18:20 Triangles vs Ls - Andreas Freise (University of Birmingham)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:40 Suspending 400kg mirrors - Norna Robertson (LIGO-Caltech) Giles Hammond (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
19:00 Heterogeneous detector networks discussion - Daniel Sigg (LIGO Hanford Observatory)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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12:30 --- lunch ---
15:30
Thermal noise & coatings workshop - Iain Martin (University of Glasgow) Eric Gustafson (Caltech) Gianpietro Cagnoli (LMA - UCBL) Riccardo Bassiri (Stanford University) (until 16:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
15:30 Minimizing test mass thermal noise with crystalline coatings - Garrett Cole (University of Vienna)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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16:00 Discussion   (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:30
Plenary 9 - Workshop summaries (until 17:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
16:30 Low Frequency - Jan Harms (FI) Jo van den Brand (Nikhef - VU)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
17:00 Controls - Dennis Coyne (LIGO Lab) Fabrice Matichard (MIT)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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17:30 --- coffee break ---
18:00
Plenary 9 - Workshop summaries (until 18:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
18:00 Thermal noise & Coatings - Gianpietro Cagnoli (LMA - UCBL) Riccardo Bassiri (Stanford University) Eric Gustafson (Caltech) Iain Martin (University of Glasgow)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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18:30
Plenary 10 - Future plans - Syd Meshkov (Caltech) Francesco Fidecaro (Pisa) (until 19:00) (Sala Maria Luisa)
19:00
Summary (until 19:30) (Sala Maria Luisa)
19:00 GWADW 2016 Summary - Alberto Lazzarini (Caltech - LIGO)   (Sala Maria Luisa)
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