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(ICE), Mario Martinez
We invite you to the Virtual Iberian Gravitational Wave Meeting, which will take place 19-20 October 2020.
The two-day meeting is a reduced version of the traditional Iberian Gravitational Waves Meeting that this year had to be cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemia.
This year virtual meeting includes three invited speakers and a series of short talks describing the activities of the different groups working in gravitational waves in Spain and Portugal. The GW community in Spain and Portugal has been growing very fast and there are many new groups starting to take interest into GWs. This events will open the opportunity to find points in common that could lead to new collaborations, synergies and funding opportunities.
The event also host the meeting of the REDONGRA network.
Michela Mapelli, University of Padova
Tsvi Piran, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Xavier Siemens, Oregon State University
Pablo Cerdá-Durán, University of Valencia
Sascha Husa, University of the Balearic Islands
Mario Martinez, Institute for High Energy Physics (IFAE)
M. Ángeles Pérez-García, University of Salamanca
Carlos Sopuerta, Institute of Space Sciences (ICE-CSIC)