Programme

Programme 2018-02-08T14:21:19+00:00

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Introduction

Chair: Dirk Ryckbosch

9:00

Jean-René Cudell (ULiège)

Welcome

9:05

Job de Kleuver (APPEC & NWO)

European Astroparticle Physics strategy with focus on Gravitational Waves ambitions

9:20

Jo van den Brand (Nikhef)

Probing dynamical spacetimes with gravitational waves

Data analysis

10:05

Harald Lück (AEI Hannover)

From Advanced Gravitational Wave Detectors to the Einstein Telescope

10:30 Coffee & registration

Chair: Frank Linde

11:00

Stefan Hild (University of Glasgow)

Design choices for the ET core interferometers

11:25

Giles Hammond (University of Glasgow)

Suspension choices for the Einstein Telescope

11:50

Christophe Collette (ULiège & ULB)

Seismic isolation techniques

12:15   Lunch

Geology and seismology

Chair: Frédéric Nguyen

14:00

Alain Demoulin (ULiège)

Geological and seismotectonic setting of the South Limburg candidate site for the Einstein telescope

14:25

Michel van Camp (ORB)

Seismic activity in Northwestern Europe

14:50

Jan Harms (GSSI)

Newtonian noise and its cancellation in third-generation
detectors

15:15   Coffee

Astrophysics and cosmology

Chair: Ioana Maris

15:45

Dany Vanbeveren (VUB)

Massive Binary population synthesis

16:10

Nick Van Eindhoven (VUB & Icecube)

Multimessenger astronomy

16:35

Sébastien Clesse (UNamur & UCL)

Unveiling the abundance, mass, clustering and formation of primordial and stellar black holes with the Einstein Telescope.

17:OO

Bert Vercnocke (KUL )

Fundamental Physics with the Einstein Telescope

Closing

17:25

Frank Linde (Nikhef)

Paving the road for a joint Belgian, Dutch, German bid to host ET?

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