“Gravitational Wave Probes of Fundamental Physics” - a cross-cutting initiative

Europe/Rome
Sven Bernitt, Gianfranco Bertone, Vitor Cardoso, Roberto Emparan, Tetyana Galatyuk, Alexander Kalweit, Aleksi Kurkela, Ann-Cecilie Larsen , Samaya Nissanke, Paolo Pani (Sapienza University of Rome) , Rafael Porto, Antonio Riotto, Stephan Rosswog
Description

The APPEC-ECFA-NuPECC at JENAS 2019 have recently announced a call for Expressions of Interest (Eol) in multidisciplinary projects at the interface between astroparticle, nuclear, and high-energy physics. In response to this call, we have prepared an open Eol on “Gravitational Wave Probes of Fundamental Physics”.

If you'd like to endorse this initiative and be involved in further activities, please fill the form on the side of this page.


NEWS: First Topical Meeting: 

The first topical meeting of this EoL will take place on September, 22nd 2020 (here the Zoom link), see agenda. The meeting will be introduced by APPEC Chair Teresa Montaruli, followed by a talk of the science case by the EoL writing team, plus other contributed talks and discussions.

Context: 

The landmark detection of gravitational waves (GWs) emitted by black-hole and neutron-star binaries has opened a new era in physics, giving access to hitherto unexplored systems. In parallel to their countless astrophysical applications, these discoveries open new avenues to explore fundamental physics. 


Matter under extreme conditions. GWs from binary neutron star mergers provide a way to investigate the behaviour of strongly interacting matter at ultra-high density, temperature, and isospin. Outstanding open issues that may be addressed encompass the equation of state of neutron-star matter and its phase structure, e.g. the determination of possible existence of hyperons and quark matter in the neutron star core. Temperatures and densities in different phases of the coalescence may reach those attained in relativistic heavy-ion collision experiments, providing complementarity and strong synergy between these fields. 


Nuclear and atomic physics and their role in multi-messenger astronomy. The discovery of electromagnetic radiation in the optical and near-infrared band following the neutron-star merger event GW170817 is the strongest evidence to date of heavy-element nucleosynthesis through the rapid neutron-capture (r-) process. The extreme environments associated with GWs, like x-ray binaries, are sources of short-wavelength radiation emitted by highly ionized matter, e.g. in accretion disks and jets. Electromagnetic spectra also contain information about the composition, temperatures, and densities of the observed objects that complement GW detection.  The electromagnetic-transients are sensitive to the nuclear physics and the neutron dripline. However, the nuclear data needed to understand the r-process nucleosynthesis is to a large extent missing. Moreover, nuclear theory is not yet able to provide input with the required precision. Huge efforts on the nuclear-physics side are now emerging to address these theoretical and experimental challenges,  with the aim to greatly improve our understanding of the r-process in binary-neutron-star- and black-hole-neutron-star merger events. As for nuclear data, not all necessary atomic data is currently available with the needed accuracy. Understanding spectra and the mechanisms behind them requires efforts from atomic structure theory, in combination with laboratory benchmarking experiments, and with existing and upcoming x-ray satellite missions and future GW data.


Fundamental problems in high-energy and gravitational physics. GWs provide novel portals to explore foundational physics in various flavours. From the particle physics viewpoint, they can provide novel information on the nature and phenomenology of dark matter (e.g., whether it is made of heavy particles, light fields, compact objects, or a mixture thereof), and on the existence of new fundamental fields (e.g. GW searches for axion-like particles and dark-photons which extend beyond the range of ongoing lab searches). From the gravitational viewpoint, violent GW events like mergers will elucidate the nature of black-holes and the fate of spacetime singularities, as well as providing novel probes of possible extensions (classical and quantum) of Einstein's General Relativity. At the same time, the discovery potential in GW science has reinvigorated the ongoing efforts to construct high-accuracy waveforms, in particular using sophisticated computational methods from particle physics that have been instrumental to search for “new physics” at colliders through precision data.


GWs & Cosmology. GWs  will also help in accessing standard sirens at large redshifts leading to  exquisite measurements of the expansion rate of the universe, thus shedding light on  fundamental cosmological questions, such as what is the nature of the dark energy or whether gravity is modified at cosmological distances. At the same time, the detection of a stochastic background of GWs will open a window into the primordial  universe and give us the opportunity to study fundamental phenomena like primordial inflation and phase transitions.
 


Attacking these grand problems requires a multidisciplinary, cross-cutting effort at the interface of different communities. Recently, specific initiatives to connect affine subareas (e.g. nuclear and GW astrophysics or black-hole and particle physics) were established, but lack the required depth and stability. We propose to support and train the next generation of leaders in GW physics, who will be able to communicate across a spectrum of sub-fields. This is instrumental to maximize the benefit from theoretical developments and from the wealth of data, now available from current (LIGO/Virgo/KAGRA) and soon to be taken by future (LISA, Einstein Telescope, Cosmic Explorer) GW interferometers, radio and X-ray observatories (e.g., Event Horizon Telescope, NICER, GRAVITY, Athena, eXTP), and from particle accelerators facilities (e.g., CERN, GSI/FAIR).

 

With this Expression of Interest, we aim to: 

  • Foster synergies among different communities, in particular astroparticle, atomic, nuclear, high-energy, and gravitational physics, cosmology, and GW and multi-messenger astronomy

  • Strengthen the connection between the theoretical and experimental/observational communities in these areas, in synergy with the European Center for Astroparticle Theory (EuCAPT)

  • Share expertise, tools, cutting edge (detector and accelerator) technologies and knowledge to attack multidisciplinary problems in an innovative way

  • Organize interdisciplinary training programs for students, to train a new generation of researchers with diverse expertise and background

  • Contribute to establish and exploit a dedicated cross-disciplinary open science platform where relevant data can be easily gathered, analysed and modelled holistically, in the framework of the Test Science Project “Extreme Universe” of the European Science Cluster of Astronomy & Particle physics ESFRI research infrastructures (ESCAPE) project

  • Create a common platform for cooperation with industries and non-academic sectors, and for the dissemination of the results to different stakeholders, including the general public and funding agencies

 

Actions: 

  • Organize regular workshops and conferences, including sustainable and telematic ones, starting with a kick-off meeting of the initiative in 2021

  • Create opportunities for early-career researchers (e.g. visiting programs)

  • Organize interdisciplinary training programs and schools

  • Create and maintain a repository to share codes & tools and other data that can be useful in interdisciplinary studies, e.g., state-of-the-art equations of state, observational/experimental data, numerical codes, analytic methods and waveforms models, data-analysis tools, cosmological models

  • Stimulate the use and development of machine-learning techniques and big-data analysis, which are now ubiquitous in these areas, also linking to existing initiatives such as ESCAPE

  • Create a portal collecting the above activities and maintain a mailing list among members of the initiative to share news, positions, conference informations, etc

  • Reach out to the general public by organizing multidisciplinary public lectures (e.g. speakers from different areas presenting their perspective on a common topic), and round tables, and by communicating to kids through interactive master classes to raise their awareness for our exciting research

     


 

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Participants
  • A. Miguel Holgado
  • Aaron Zimmerman
  • Abdel Tawfik
  • Abdennacer Hamdi
  • Achim Schwenk
  • Achim Stahl
  • Adam Coogan
  • Adam Leibovich
  • Adrian del Rio Vega
  • Adrian, Ka-Wai Chung
  • Alberto Mangiagli
  • Albinoq Perego
  • Alejandro Cardenas-Avendano
  • Aleksi Kurkela
  • Aleksi Vuorinen
  • Alessandra Buonanno
  • Alessandro D.A.M. Spallicci
  • Alessandro Melchiorri
  • Alessandro Nagar
  • Alessio Notari
  • Alessio Rocchi
  • Alex Kehagias
  • Alex Vano-Vinuales
  • Alexander Edison
  • Alexander Jenkins
  • Alexander Kalweit
  • Alexander Kappes
  • Alexander Ochirov
  • Alexander Rothkopf
  • Alexander Zhuk
  • Alexandre Le Tiec
  • Alexandros Karam
  • Alexis Menéndez Vázquez
  • Ali Seraj
  • Ali Sülük
  • Alicia M Sintes
  • Almudena Arcones
  • Alok Laddha
  • Alvise Raccanelli
  • Amanda Weltman
  • Amelia Drew
  • Amit Reza
  • Amjad Ashoorioon
  • Ana Achucarro
  • Anar Rustamov
  • Anastasia Sokolenko
  • Anastasios Belias
  • Anders Kvellestad
  • Andi Hektor
  • Andrea Caputo
  • Andrea Maselli
  • Andreas Bauswein
  • Andreas Haungs
  • Andreas Lehrach
  • Andreas Maier
  • Andreas Weiler
  • Andres Luna Godoy
  • Andrew Tolley
  • Angelo Ricciardone
  • Ann-Cecilie Larsen
  • Anton Andronic
  • Anton Vikaeus
  • Antonella Palmese
  • Antonia Micol Frassino
  • Antonino Marciano
  • Antonio Dobado
  • Antonio Pineda
  • Antonio Riotto
  • Antonio Uras
  • Anupam Mazumdar
  • Archana Pai
  • Archisman Ghosh
  • Are Raklev
  • Arianna Foschi
  • Armando di Matteo
  • Armen Sedrakian
  • Atul Chhotray
  • Aurelien Hees
  • Bala Iyer
  • Balázs Endre Szigeti
  • Banafsheh Shiralilou
  • Bangalore Sathyaprakash
  • Beate Heinemann
  • Benedict von Harling
  • Bengt Edvardsson
  • Bert Vercnocke
  • Bhartendu K. Singh
  • Borut Bajc
  • Bradley Kavanagh
  • Bruno Giacomazzo
  • Béatrice Bonga
  • Béatrice Ramstein
  • C.D. Hoyle
  • Caio Macedo
  • Caner Unal
  • Carlo Contaldi
  • Carlo Tasillo
  • Carlos F. Sopuerta
  • Carlos Herdeiro
  • Carlos Martins
  • Carlos Perez de los Heros
  • Carmelita Carbone
  • Caterina Doglioni
  • Cecilia Chirenti
  • Cem Eröncel
  • Chia-Hsien Shen
  • Chiara Caprini
  • Chiara Mingarelli
  • Chris Gordon
  • Christian Müntz
  • Christian Schmidt
  • Christian Setzer
  • Christian Stegmann
  • Christian Wendisch
  • Christoph Blume
  • Christoph Düllmann
  • Christoph Weniger
  • Christophe Grojean
  • Christophe Le Poncin-Lafitte
  • Claudia de Rham
  • Claudio Corianò
  • Cole Miller
  • Concettina Sfienti
  • Conrado Albertus Torres
  • Constantinos Skordis
  • Cristiano Palomba
  • Csaba Balazs
  • Daniel Baumann
  • Daniel Bemmerer
  • Daniel G. Figueroa
  • Daniela Doneva
  • Daniele Bertacca
  • Daniele Vernieri
  • Dario Grasso
  • Daryl Haggard
  • David Bacon
  • David Berge
  • David Emschermann
  • David F. Mota
  • David Hilditch
  • David Lunney
  • David Marsh
  • David Nichols
  • David Schaich
  • David Wands
  • David Weir
  • Davide Gerosa
  • Davood Rafiei
  • Debades Bandyopadhyay
  • Deirdre Shoemaker
  • Diana López Nacir
  • Diederik Roest
  • Diego Blas Temino
  • Diego Herranz
  • Djuna Croon
  • Dmitriy Kostunin
  • Dmytro Symochko
  • Domenec Espriu
  • Dominik Schwarz
  • Donal O’Connell
  • Dorthea Gjestvang
  • Dániel Barta
  • Eanna Flanagan
  • Edgar Gasperin Garcia
  • Edoardo Milotti
  • Elena Bratkovskaya
  • Elena Cuoco
  • Elias Vagenas
  • Elias Vagenas
  • Elisa Maggio
  • Ely Kovetz
  • Ema Dimastrogiovanni
  • Emanuele Berti
  • Emil Nissimov
  • emilio torrente-lujan
  • Emmanuel Moulin
  • Emmanuel Saridakis
  • Eniko Regos
  • Enrico Barausse
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  • Eric KAJFASZ
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  • Ester Ruiz Morales
  • Ethan Neil
  • Eugeny Babichev
  • Evan O'Connor
  • Ewald Müller
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  • Fedor Bezrukov
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  • Francesca Calore
  • Francesca Giacoppo
  • Francesco Capozzi
  • Francesco D'Eramo
  • Francesco Fidecaro
  • Francesco Muia
  • Francesco Pannarale
  • Francesco Pogliano
  • Francisco Duque
  • Francisco Lobo
  • Francisco Prada
  • Francisco Torrenti
  • Frank Linde
  • Frank Nerling
  • Frank Rieger
  • Fulvia De Fazio
  • Fulvio Ricci
  • Gabriel Martinez-Pinedo
  • Gabriele Franciolini
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  • Geoffrey Compère
  • George Pappas
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  • Giovanni Lamanna
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  • GORDON BAYM
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  • Haidar Sheikhahmadi
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  • Hector Okada da Silva
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  • Helvi Witek
  • Henk Bulten
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  • Hiranya Peiris
  • Horng Sheng Chia
  • Hubert Hansen
  • Ian Hollows
  • Iason Baldes
  • Igor Mishustin
  • Ik Siong Heng
  • Ilia Musco
  • Ilidio Lopes
  • Ilya Mandel
  • Ilya Selyuzhenkov
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  • Irene Di Palma
  • Isabel Suárez Fernández
  • Isabella Masina
  • Ismael Tereno
  • Ivan de Martino
  • Ivan Esteban
  • Jackson Levi Said
  • Jacopo Fumagalli
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  • Jan Novak
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  • Juergen Schaffner-Bielich
  • Jui-Lin Kuo
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  • Justin Feng
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  • Kai Zuber
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  • Katri Huitu
  • Katy Clough
  • Kenneth Marschall
  • Kenny Chun Yu Ng
  • Kent Yagi
  • Kfir Blum
  • Kirit Makwana
  • Konrad Tywoniuk
  • Konstantinos Kokkotas
  • Kristine Sønstevold Beckmann
  • Kshitij Agarwal
  • Lam Hui
  • Lance Dixon
  • Laura Bernard
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  • Leïla Haegel
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  • Luigi Pilo
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  • Lukáš Chlad
  • M. Angeles Perez-Garcia
  • Magne Guttormsen
  • Mahmoud Nasar
  • Mairi Sakellariadou
  • MALCOLM FAIRBAIRN
  • Manoj Mandal
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  • Mao Zeng
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  • Marek Lewicki
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  • Marika Taylor
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  • Mark Hindmarsh
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  • Marta Felcini
  • Martin Pohl
  • Martin Sahlén
  • Martin Spinrath
  • Massimo Pietroni
  • Mate Csanad
  • Matias Zaldarriaga
  • Matt Stott
  • Matteo Barsuglia
  • Matteo Fasiello
  • Mauro Pieroni
  • Maximilian Wiest
  • Mehmet TANRIVER
  • Meng-Ru Wu
  • Michael Baker
  • Michael Block
  • Michael Krämer
  • Michael Maier
  • Michał Bejger
  • Michele Liguori
  • Michele Maggiore
  • Michele Mancarella
  • Michele Punturo
  • Miguel Sanchez-Conde
  • Miguel Zilhao
  • Miguel Zumalacarregui
  • Miha Nemevšek
  • Miralda-Escudé Jordi
  • Mitja Šadl
  • Mohd Danish Azmi
  • Mátyás Vasúth
  • Narendra Rathod
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  • Nelson Nunes
  • Nemanja Kaloper
  • Niayesh Afshordi
  • Nick van Remortel
  • Nicola Bartolo
  • Nicola Bellomo
  • Nicola Franchini
  • Nicola Tamanini
  • Nicola Tomassetti
  • Nicolao Fornengo
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  • Nicolas Yunes
  • Nicolás Bernal
  • Nikolaos Karnesis
  • Nikolaos Stergioulas
  • Nikolaos Tetradis
  • Nikolay Bobev
  • Ninetta Saviano
  • Noemi Frusciante
  • Nora Brambilla
  • Oindrila Ghosh
  • Olga Sergijenko
  • Oliver Gerberding
  • Oliver Gould
  • Omar Benhar Noccioli
  • Oriol Pujolas
  • Orlando Panella
  • Oscar Dias
  • Oscar Macias
  • Oscar Zapata
  • Osra Hemmati
  • Panagiota Kanti
  • Panos Christakoglou
  • Paola Leaci
  • Paolo Di Vecchia
  • Paolo Pani
  • Paolo Pichini
  • Pasquale Bosso
  • Pasquale Dario Serpico
  • Pasquale Di Bari
  • Pau Amaro Seoane
  • Paul Lasky
  • Paul Saffin
  • Paulo Garcia
  • Paulo Luz
  • Pavel Naselsky
  • Pedro Ferreira
  • Pedro Schwaller
  • Pedro Talavera
  • Pere Masjuan
  • Peter Graham
  • Peter Senger
  • Philipp Moesta
  • philippe brax
  • Philippe Grandclement
  • Philippe Jetzer
  • Piero Rapagnani
  • Pierpaolo Mastrolia
  • Pierre Vanhove
  • Pietro Colangelo
  • Pilar Ruiz-Lapuente
  • Piotr Homola
  • Piotr Jaranowski
  • Prado Martín-Moruno
  • Priyamvada Natarajan
  • Rachel Simoni
  • Radhakrishnan Sumathi
  • Radu Roiban
  • Rafael Porto
  • Raffaele Marotta
  • Raimond Snellings
  • Ralph Engel
  • Ramon Miquel
  • Ranjan Laha
  • Raphael Flauger
  • Rashid Riahi
  • Raúl Carballo-Rubio
  • Rebeca Gonzalez Suarez
  • Ricardo Graciani Díaz
  • Ricardo Monteiro
  • Riccardo Sturani
  • Richard Brito
  • Rikard Enberg
  • Robert Benkel
  • Roberto Emparan
  • Roberto Franceschini
  • Rodrigo Panosso Macedo
  • Rodrigo Vicente
  • Roman Pasechnik
  • Roman Poberezhnyuk
  • Rosario De Rosa
  • Rui Xu
  • Ruth Durrer
  • Ruth Gregory
  • Sabino Matarrese
  • Salvatore Capozziello
  • Samuel Andrea Giuliani
  • Sante Carloni
  • Sarah Caudill
  • Sarah Libanore
  • Saurya Das
  • Savvas Nesseris
  • Sayak Chatterjee
  • Scott Hughes
  • Sebastian Garcia-Saenz
  • Sebastian Zell
  • Sebastiano Bernuzzi
  • Sera Markoff
  • Sergey Sibiryakov
  • Serguey Petcov
  • Shahab Sanjari
  • Shankaranarayanan Subramaniam
  • Shin’ichiro Ando
  • Shun-Sheng Li
  • Silvia Pascoli
  • Silvia Toonen
  • Simone Biondini
  • Sohyun Park
  • Soroush Shakeri
  • Sourabh Nampalliwar
  • Stanislav Fisenko
  • Stefan Antusch
  • Stefan Schippers
  • Stefan Typel
  • Stefano Liberati
  • Stefano Moretti
  • Stephan Rosswog
  • Stoytcho Yazadjiev
  • Stuart Shapiro
  • Stéphane JEZEQUEL
  • Subodh Patil
  • Susanne Milde
  • Suvodip Mukherjee
  • Sven Bernitt
  • Svetlana Pacheva
  • Swetha Bhagwat
  • Sydney Otten
  • Sébastien Renaux-Petel
  • Takahiro Tanaka
  • Tanja Hinderer
  • Teresa Montaruli
  • Tessa Baker
  • Tetyana Galatyuk
  • Thanasis Giannakopoulos
  • Thomas Dahl-Jacobsen
  • Thomas Edwards
  • Thomas Hertog
  • Thomas Jude
  • Thomas Konstandin
  • Thomas Schwetz
  • Thomas Sotiriou
  • Thomas Stöhlker
  • Thomas Tauris
  • Tiago Fernandes
  • Tim Dietrich
  • Tim Linden
  • Timo Dickel
  • Tobias Fischer
  • Toby Opferkuch
  • Tomas K. Eriksen
  • Tomasz Krajewski
  • Torsten Bringmann
  • Tyler Gorda
  • Uli Katz
  • Ulrich Sperhake
  • Valentin Khoze
  • Valerio De Luca
  • Vasileios Paschalidis
  • Vasilis K. Oikonomou
  • Viktor Gakis
  • Ville Vaskonen
  • Vincent Desjacques
  • Vishal Baibhav
  • Vitor Cardoso
  • Viviana Gammaldi
  • Vivien Raymond
  • Vlad Tanasa
  • Volodymyr Vovchenko
  • Waleed Esmail
  • Walter Winter
  • Wen-Di Guo
  • Wenbiao Han
  • William J. Torres Bobadilla
  • Wolfango Plastino
  • Włodzimierz Piechocki
  • Yacine Ali-Haimoud
  • YAGO ISASI PARACHE
  • Yanou Cui
  • Yasmine Mhirsi
  • Yichao Hu
  • Yong Tang
  • Yong Xu
  • Yu-tin Huang
  • Yuko Urakawa
  • Yuliya Kazarina
  • Zhengwen Liu
  • Zvi Bern
  • Tuesday, September 22
    • 10:00 AM 10:10 PM
      First Topical Meeting
      • 10:00 AM
        Introduction of the meeting 10m
        Speaker: Teresa Montaruli (university of geneva)
      • 10:10 AM
        Science overview 40m

        by the EoL Writing Team

        Speakers: Aleksi Kurkela, Ann-Cecilie Larsen (University of Oslo) , Antonio Riotto, Gianfranco Bertone Bertone (ITP, Zurich & IAP, Paris) , Paolo Pani (Sapienza University of Rome) , Rafael Porto, Roberto Emparan, Samaya Nissanke, Stephan Rosswog (Stockholm University) , Sven Bernitt, Tetyana Galatyuk, Vitor Cardoso
      • 10:50 AM
        Questions and discussion 10m
      • 11:00 AM
        Overview on GW hardware community 20m
        Speaker: Jo van den Brand (Nikhef - VU)
      • 11:20 AM
        Implementation 20m
      • 11:40 AM
        Free Discussion 20m