7 februari 2014
Gravitational wave research in the Netherlands is rapidly taking shape
and is becoming increasingly diverse. The third Dutch National GW meeting is organised in order to bring together astronomers and physicists interested in gravitational wave science and inform each other of developments and new projects.
The meeting will be held on Friday, February 7th 2014, at ASTRON in Dwingeloo.
The day will start with a keynote lecture by dr. Joris Verbiest (Bielefeld) on detecting gravitational waves using a pulsar timing array. There will be overview talks on general topics as well as contributed talks on specific projects.
The meeting is open to all interested researchers, also from outside the Netherlands.