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<p>The "Gravitational Waves" workshop will bring together both theorists and experimentalists with a wide range of expertise to discuss the status of current and future gravitational-wave detectors, results of recent searches for gravitational-wave signals, and the interplay between theory and ongoing and future experiments. Topics to be covered at the workshop include:</p> <p> Numerical Relativity<br> Ground-based gravitational-wave detectors<br> Results of searches for gravitational-wave signals<br> Satellite-based gravitational-wave detectors<br> Third-generation ground-based gravitational-wave detectors<br> Pulsar timing and gravitational waves<br> Astrophysical and cosmological sources<br> Tests of relativity<br> Tests of short-range gravity <br> </p> <p> By bringing together theorists and experimentalists from diverse subfields we hope to stimulate discussion and inspire forward-looking research in the field of gravitational waves. </P> <p> The workshop is sponsored by the William I. Fine Theoretical Physics Institute and organized with the Cosmology Group in the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota.</p> <p> Scientific Organizing Committee:<br> Vuk Mandic<br> Keith Olive<br> Marco Peloso<br> Liliya Williams<br></p>

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