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Gravitational Wave Science Interest Group (GWSIG)

GWSIG Splinter Meeting Agenda

January 4, 2016
Kissimmee, FL
9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Room: Sanibel

9:30–9:55LISA Pathfinder UpdateIra Thorpe
9:55–10:20Advanced LIGO UpdateAlbert Lazzarini
10:20–10:45The Evolving Landscape of LISA ScienceShane Larson
(Northwestern U.)
10:45–11:00Results from the UV LED Small Satellite MissionShally Saraf
11:00–11:15Space-based Gravitational Wave Interferometry with Off-the-shelf SatellitesMassimo Tinto
11:15–11:30NASA L3 StudyTuck Stebins
11:30–12:00GWSIG Update and Discussion [PDF]John Conklin
(U. Florida)


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