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Title: Progress and challenges in advanced ground-based gravitational-wave detectors
Authors: Adier, M.
Aguilar, F.
Akutsu, T.
Arain, M. A.
Ando, M.
Anghinolfi, L.
Antonini, P.
Aso, Y.
Barr, B. W.
Barsotti, L.
Beker, M. G.
Bell, A. S.
Bellon, L.
Bertolini, A.
Blair, C.
Blom, M. R.
Bogan, C.
Bond, C.
Bortoli, F. S.
Brown, D.
Buchler, B. C.
Bulten, H. J.
Cagnoli, G.
Canepa, M.
Carbone, L.
Cesarini, E.
Champagnon, B.
Chen, D.
Chincarini, A.
Chtanov, A.
Chua, S. S. Y.
Ciani, G.
Coccia, E.
Conte, A.
Cortese, M.
Daloisio, M.
Damjanic, M.
Day, R. A.
De Ligny, D.
Degallaix, J.
Doets, M.
Dolique, V.
Dooley, K.
Dwyer, S.
Evans, M.
Factourovich, M.
Fafone, V.
Farinon, S.
Feldbaum, D.
Flaminio, R.
Forest, D.
Frajuca, C.
Frede, M.
Freise, A.
Fricke, T.
Friedrich, D.
Fritschel, P.
Frolov, V. V.
Fulda, P.
Geitner, M.
Gemme, G.
Gleason, J.
Gossler, S.
Gordon, N.
Graef, C.
Granata, M.
Gras, S.
Gross, M.
Grote, H.
Gustafson, R.
Hanke, M.
Heintze, M.
Hennes, E.
Hild, S.
Huttner, S. H.
Ishidoshiro, K.
Izumi, K.
Kawabe, K.
Kawamura, S.
Kawazoe, F.
Kasprzack, M.
Khalaidovski, A.
Kimura, N.
Koike, S.
Kume, T.
Kumeta, A.
Kuroda, K.
Kwee, P.
Lagrange, B.
Lam, P. K.
Landry, M.
Leavey, S.
Leonardi, M.
Li, T.
Liu, Z.
Lorenzini, M.
Losurdo, G.
Lumaca, D.
Macarthur, J.
Magalhaes, N. S. [UNIFESP]
Majorana, E.
Malvezzi, V.
Mangano, V.
Mansell, G.
Marque, J.
Martin, R.
Martynov, D.
Mavalvala, N.
McClelland, D. E.
Meadors, G. D.
Meier, T.
Mermet, A.
Michel, C.
Minenkov, Y.
Mow-Lowry, C. M.
Mudadu, L.
Mueller, C. L.
Mueller, G.
Mul, F.
Kumar, D. Nanda
Nardecchia, I.
Naticchioni, L.
Neri, M.
Niwa, Y.
Ohashi, M.
Okada, K.
Oppermann, P.
Pinard, L.
Poeld, J.
Prato, M.
Prodi, G. A.
Puncken, O.
Puppo, P.
Quetschke, V.
Reitze, D. H.
Risson, P.
Rocchi, A.
Saito, N.
Saito, Y.
Sakakibara, Y.
Sassolas, B.
Schimmel, A.
Schnabel, R.
Schofield, R. M. S.
Schreiber, E.
Sequino, V.
Serra, E.
Shaddock, D. A.
Shoda, A.
Shoemaker, D. H.
Shibata, K.
Sigg, D.
Smith-Lefebvre, N.
Somiya, K.
Sorazu, B.
Stefszky, M. S.
Strain, K. A.
Straniero, N.
Suzuki, T.
Takahashi, R.
Tanner, D. B.
Tellez, G.
Theeg, T.
Tokoku, C.
Tsubono, K.
Uchiyama, T.
Ueda, S.
Vahlbruch, H.
Vajente, G.
Vorvick, C.
van den Brand, J. F. J.
Wade, A.
Ward, R.
Wessels, P.
Williams, L.
Willke, B.
Winkelmann, L.
Yamamoto, K.
Zendri, J. -P.
Univ Lyon
Ecole Normale Super Lyon
Natl Astron Observ
Univ Florida
Univ Tokyo
Paul Scherrer Inst
Univ Genoa
Ctr Ric E Fermi
Univ Glasgow
MIT
Nikhef Amsterdam
M013 Univ Western Australia
Max Planck Inst Gravitat Phys
Leibniz Univ Hannover
Univ Birmingham
IFSP
Australian Natl Univ
Vrije Univ Amsterdam
Consorzio Interuniv Sci Fis Mat CNISM
Ist Nazl Fis Nucl
INFN Roma Tor Vergata
Inst Lumiere Mat
CSIRO Div Mat Sci & Engn
Univ Roma La Sapienza
Univ Padua
Laser Zentrum Hannover eV
European Gravitat Observ
Columbia Univ
neoLASE GmbH
LIGO Livingston Observ
Univ Michigan
Tohoku Univ
LIGO Hanford Observ
Lab Accelerateur Lineaire
High Energy Accelerator Res Org KEK
Tokyo Inst Technol
Trento Univ
INFN
Cornell Univ
Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP)
IIT
Univ Texas Brownsville
Ochanomizu Univ
Univ Oregon
IFN CNR FBK
Keywords: Gravitational wave detectors
Optics
Interferometry
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2014
Publisher: Springer
Citation: General Relativity and Gravitation. New York: Springer/plenum Publishers, v. 46, n. 8, 22 p., 2014.
Abstract: The Amaldi 10 Parallel Session C3 on Advanced Gravitational Wave detectors gave an overview of the status and several specific challenges and solutions relevant to the instruments planned for a mid-decade start of observation. Invited overview talks for the Virgo, LIGO, and KAGRA instruments were complemented by more detailed discussions in presentations and posters of some instrument features and designs.
URI: http://repositorio.unifesp.br/handle/11600/38033
ISSN: 0001-7701
Other Identifiers: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10714-014-1749-4
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