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Fall 2020 UTK Colloquium, Physics and Astronomy - Shared screen with speaker view
Joshua Barrow
22:37
Go vols!
Joshua Barrow
24:02
(plays rocky top proudly in background while drowning in losers tears)
Lukas Roger Jessie Lasig
24:23
There’s a bit of an echo for you, Dr. Steiner
Andrew W. Steiner
25:38
Ah ok I’ll check it now.
Joshua Barrow
46:40
Thanks, sorry for the many questions
Joshua Barrow
57:04
Are there particular regions of the mass_ratio:theta_1:theta_2 phase space that are more interesting to probe? If so, why? Is there potential for this Einsteinian phase space to break down in some places? If so, where and why?
Andrew W. Steiner
57:39
Thank you we’ll do that one at the end.
Joshua Barrow
01:07:29
What happens to the sensitivity to long-term inspiral signals of as the observable volume grows? Will many of these simultaneous waveforms emanating from multiple sources lead to contamination or entirely destructive interference?
miguel madurga
01:11:40
is there an effort to do merger calculation with other exotic objects, such as wormholes?
James Christie
01:11:59
You mentioned using a matching filter, is machine learning being used to do any of this filtering or noise characterization?If so, are the training sets built using only prediction or are some based on known measurements?
Charles Hughes
01:12:49
same question as Miguel, "is there an effort to do merger calculation with other exotic objects, such as wormholes? " but add black hole alternatives such as gravastar/boson stars/dark enrgy stars
Vassilios Mewes (ORNL)
01:21:29
https://arxiv.org/pdf/2009.05376.pdf
Vassilios Mewes (ORNL)
01:21:59
Here’s a recent interesting paper for those who were asking about exotic objects