Black Hole and Gravitational-Wave Day

Friday, May 12, 2023 - 8:45 AM
Max Planck Institut für Astrophysik (E.0.11)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
May 12, 2023
8:55 AM
Welcome and Intro (until 9:00 AM) (E.0.11)
9:00 AM
Primordial Black Holes - Henrique Rubira (TUM) (until 9:50 AM) (E.0.11)
9:00 AM PBH overview - Florian Kühnel (MPP & LMU Munich)   (E.0.11)
9:30 AM Lattice simulations of axion inflation (Angelo Caravano) - Angelo Caravano   (E.0.11)
9:40 AM Primordial black holes and ultradense halos (Sten Delos) - M. Sten Delos (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)   (E.0.11)
9:50 AM
Black Holes - Henrique Rubira (TUM) Valeriya Korol (Max Planck for Astrophysics) (until 10:30 AM) (E.0.11)
9:50 AM What are Gravitational Wave detections starting to teach us about the stellar progenitors of binary black holes (Selma de Mink)   (E.0.11)
10:20 AM Extremely relativistic tidal disruption events (Taeho Ryu) - Taeho Ryu (The Max-Planck Institute for Astrophysics)   (E.0.11)
10:30 AM
Coffee break and discussion (until 11:00 AM) (E.0.11)
11:00 AM
Distinguished lecture - Julia Stadler (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics) (until 11:45 AM) (E.0.11)
11:45 AM
Discussion - Mathias Garny (TUM) Julia Stadler (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics) (until 12:00 PM) (E.0.11)
12:00 PM
Lunch (until 1:30 PM) (E.0.11)
1:30 PM
Gravitational Waves - Valeriya Korol (Max Planck for Astrophysics) (until 3:00 PM) (E.0.11)
1:30 PM The revolutionary black hole science of LISA (Elena Maria Rossi)   (E.0.11)
2:00 PM From (dormant) black-hole binaries to gravitational-wave sources (Jakub Klencki) - Jakub Klencki (ESO Garching)   (E.0.11)
2:10 PM Gravitational Wave Event Follow-Up with the Wendelstein Observatory (Daniel Gruen) - Daniel Gruen (LMU Munich)   (E.0.11)
2:20 PM Stellar black hole mergers as probes of cosmic chemical evolution (Martyna Chruslinska) - Martyna Chruslinska   (E.0.11)
2:30 PM GWs from fisrt-order phase transitions (Henrique Rubira) - Henrique Rubira (TUM)   (E.0.11)
2:40 PM Asteroseismic Constraints on the Stochastic Gravitational Wave Background (Earl Bellinger) - Earl Bellinger (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)   (E.0.11)
2:50 PM Gravitational waves from confined monopoles (Juan Sebastian Valbuena Bermudez) - Juan Sebastián Valbuena-Bermúdez (MPP & LMU, Munich) Juan Sebastian Valbuena Bermudez (LMU)   (E.0.11)
3:00 PM
Discussion - Henrique Rubira (TUM) Valeriya Korol (Max Planck for Astrophysics) (until 3:30 PM) (E.0.11)
3:30 PM
Coffee break and discussion (until 4:00 PM) (E.0.11)
4:00 PM
Black Holes - Florian Kühnel (MPP & LMU Munich) (until 6:00 PM) (E.0.11)
4:00 PM Resolving Horizon-Scale Dynamics of Black Holes (Jakob Knollmüller) - Jakob Knollmüller (ORIGINS Data Science Lab) Jakob Knollmüller (Max Planck Institue for Astrophysics)   (E.0.11)
4:10 PM Forming massive seed BHs in the metal-enriched universe (Sunmyon Chon) - Sunmyon Chon (MPA)   (E.0.11)
4:20 PM The dead rise up: the distribution of compact remnants in the Galactic Underworld (David Sweeney) - David Sweeney (Sydney University) David Sweeney (The University of Sydney)   (E.0.11)
4:30 PM The early life of gravitational wave sources - detecting intermediate phases in double-compact object formation (Julia Bodensteiner) - Julia Bodensteiner (European Southern Observatory)   (E.0.11)
4:40 PM Intermediate mass black hole feedback in dwarf galaxy simulations with a resolved ISM and accurate nuclear stellar dynamics (Christian Partmann) - Christian Partmann   (E.0.11)
4:50 PM Disc Wars: The Thin disc strikes back (Deepika Bollimpalli)   (E.0.11)
5:00 PM Towards the mass function of isolated stellar mass black holes with interferometric follow up of microlensing (Antoine Mérand) - Antoine Mérand (European Southern Observatory)   (E.0.11)
5:10 PM How special are black holes? Correspondence with objects saturating unitarity bounds in generic theories (Oleg Kaikov) - Oleg Kaikov (MPP & LMU, Munich)   (E.0.11)
5:20 PM TBA (Gia Dvali) - Gia Dvali (MPP & LMU, Munich)   (E.0.11)
7:30 PM
Social dinner (until 10:00 PM) ()