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Southampton Gravity seminars: 2007-2008

Seminars take place on Thursdays 12:00-13:00 in Building 54, Room 7033 (7C) in Mathematical Sciences.

September 20 2007: Christian Ott (Arizona)

Core-collapse supernova explosion mechanisms and the core-collapse SN GW signature

October 18 2007: Trevor Sidery (Southampton)

Superfluid turbulence in neutron stars

October 25 2007: Kostas Glampedakis (SISSA)

Superfluid instability in precessing neutron stars

November 01 2007: Pedro Ferreira (Oxford)

Modified gravity and the dark matter problem

November 08 2007: Jonathan Thornburg (Southampton)

Finding Event Horizons in Numerically-Computed Spacetimes

November 15 2007: Enrico Barausse (SISSA)

The effect of the hydrodynamic drag from an accretion torus on extreme mass-ratio inspirals

November 22 2007: Kei Kotake (MPA Garching)

Gravitational wave signals from core-collapse supernovae

November 29 2007: Bernard Kay (York)

The matter-gravity entanglement hypothesis

December 04 2007: Nigel Bishop (South Africa) [SPECIAL TIME/PLACE: Tuesday 11:00-12:00, Room 8B]

The Bondi-Sachs metric and the computation of gravitational radiation

December 13 2007: Andrea Passamonti (Southampton)

Non-axisymmetric modes of differentially rotating compact stars

January 10 2008: Jonathan Gair (IoA, Cambridge)

Testing the black hole hypothesis using LISA

January 17 2008: Gustav Holzegel (DAMTP, Cambridge)

Asymptotic Stability of the five-dimensional Schwarzschild metric under biaxial perturbations

January 24 2008: Edward Porter (AEI)

A new robust and convergent comparable mass black hole template based on Chebyshev polynomials

February 07 2008: Patrick Sutton (Cardiff)

Astrophysically Triggered Searches for Gravitational Waves

February 14 2008: Sirichai Chongchitnan (IoA, Cambridge)

Primordial gravitational waves from inflation

February 21 2008: Carlos Sopuerta (Barcelona)

Extreme-mass-ratio inspirals: From theory and numerics to astrophysics

February 28 2008: Malcolm MacCallum (Queen Mary)

Analytic results on collapse and isolated bodies

March 06 2008: Paul Tod (Oxford)

When can one extend the conformal metric through a space-time singularity?

March 13 2008: Marco Bruni (Portsmouth)

The sound of the dark universe: unified dark matter and dark energy models with affine equation of state and observational constrains

April 17 2008: Stephen Fairhurst (Cardiff)

A local description of black holes

April 24 2008: Barry Wardell (UCD)

Quasi-local contribution to the self-force

May 1 2008: Elizabeth Winstanley (Sheffield)

Furry black holes

May 08 2008: Brynmor Haskell (Southampton)

Oscillations of superfluid neutron stars

May 15 2008: Stefan Hollands (Cardiff)

Black holes in higher dimensions

May 22 2008: James Clark (Glasgow)

An Evidence-based Search For Neutron Star Ring-downs

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