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Time July 4 July 5 July 6 July 7 July 8
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
08:00-10:00 (CST)
02:00-04:00 (CEST)
20:00-22:00 (EDT)-1day
Domestic Session Ilya Mandel 
Jin Chang
Henry Maxfield
Yue-Liang Wu
Adam Riess
(Public Lecture)
Domestic Session
  Break Break Break Break Break
10:30-12:30 (CST)
04:30-06:30 (CEST)
22:30-00:30 (EDT)-1day
Domestic Session A2,A3,B2,
B3,C3,D4
A1,A2,A3,B1,B2,
B3,C1,C3,C4,C5
Domestic Session Domestic Session
  Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:30-16:30 (CST)
08:30-10:30 (CEST)
02:30-04:30 (EDT)
Domestic Session A2,A3,C1,C3,
D1,D3,D4
Domestic Session A1,A2,A3,B1,B4,
C2,C3,C4,D1,D2
A2,A3,B4,C2,C3,
C4,D1,D2,D4
  Break Break Break Break Break
17:00-19:00 (CST)
11:00-13:00 (CEST)
05:00-07:00 (EDT)
Domestic Session A2,A3,B3,
C4,D1,D3
Domestic Session A2,A3,B4,C2,
C4,D1,D4
A2,A3,B4,
C2,D4
  Dinner Dinner Banquet Dinner Dinner
20:30-22:30 (CST)
14:30-16:30 (CEST)
08:30-10:30 (EDT)
Opening Ceremony
Caslav Brukner 
Jiang-Lai Liu
Cliff Burgess
Jun Luo
Jorge Santos
Tanja Hinderer
Alberto Sesana
Awards Ceremony
  Break Break Break Break Break
23:00-01:00 (CST)+1day
17:00-19:00 (CEST)
11:00-13:00 (EDT)
Mihalis Dafermos
Amanda Weltman
A1,A2,A3,B1,B2,
B3,C5,D2,D4
Wendy Freedman
Frank Eisenhauer
William East
Justin Vines
ISGRG
General Assembly

Note: China Standard Time (CST, UTC+8), Central Europen Summer Time (CEST, UTC+2), Eastern Daylight Time (EDT, UTC-4)


Parallel Session:


A1: Classical GR: Theoretical developments (Chair: Robert Wald, Coordinator: Hong Lu)

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23:00-23:20, The second law of black hole mechanics in effective field theory, Harvey ReallSlides】【Video

23:20-23:40, Hamiltonian energy of weak gravitational fields with a cosmological constant Λ, Tomasz SmołkaSlides】【Video

23:40-24:00, Charges, conserved quantities and fluxes in de Sitter spacetime, Aaron PooleSlidesVideo

00:00-00:15+1day, Glimpses of Strong Cosmic Censorship Violation in Kerr-Newman-de Sitter Spacetimes, Cássio I. S. MarinhoSlidesVideo

00:15-00:30+1day, Frame-dragging: meaning, myths, and misconceptions, Luis Filipe CostaSlidesVideo

00:30-00:45+1day, Scalar lumps with one and two horizons, George LavrelashviliSlidesVideo

00:45-01:00+1day, Asymptotic behavior of null geodesics near future null infinity, Masaya AmoSlidesVideo


10:30-10:50, Critical collapse of an axisymmetric ultrarelativistic fluid in 2+1 spacetime dimensions, Patrick BourgSlidesVideo

10:50-11:10, A generalization of Einstein's quadruple formula for the energy of gravitational radiation in de Sitter spacetime, Denis Dobkowski-RyłkoSlidesVideo

11:10-11:30, Charges and fluxes on (perturbed) non-expanding horizons, Jerzy LewandowskiSlides】【Video

11:30-11:45, Non-Expanding horizons: Multipoles and the Symmetry Group, Neev KheraVideo

11:45-12:00, On the reconciliation between the black hole tidal response problem and the naturalness of General Relativity, Panagiotis CharalambousSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, Symmetries of Black Hole Perturbation Theory, Adam SolomonVideo

12:15-12:30, Twistors and angular momentum, Adam HelferSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, On the Bondi-Sachs mass-loss formula in non-Bondi systems, Jörg FrauendienerSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Causality at Infinity and Positivity of Mass, Peter CameronSlidesVideo

15:00-15:15, Gravitational multipole moments for asymptotically de Sitter spacetimes, Sumanta ChakrabortySlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Significance of Black Hole Quasinormal Modes: A Closer Look, Ramin DaghighSlidesVideo

15:30-15:45, Additively separable family of solutions for the null-surface formulation of general relativity in 2+1 dimensions, Tina HarriottSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Refined inequalities for a loosely trapped surface and attractive gravity probe surface, Kangjae LeeSlidesVideo

16:00-16:15, A New Look at the C0-formulation of the Strong Cosmic Censorship Conjecture, Alexander YosifovSlidesVideo

16:15-16:30, The Weyl double copy in maximally symmetric spacetimes, Shanzhong HanSlidesVideo

A2: Classical GR: Mathematical developments (Chair: Stefanos Aretakis, Coordinator: Song He)

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10:30-11:00, Anisotropic Dynamical Horizons Arising in Gravitational Collapse, Xinliang An【Slides】【Video

11:00-11:30, Scattering on black hole interiors and its consequences for Strong Cosmic Censorship, Christoph KehleSlidesVideo

11:30-12:00, Self-Similarity and Naked Singularities for the Einstein Vacuum Equations, Yakov Shlapentokh-Rothman【None】【None】

12:00-12:30, Hidden symmetries in the geodesic motion from disformal transformations: the pp-wave case in Lorentz and Finsler geometries, Nikolaos DimakisSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Triangular decoupling of harmonic gauge linearized gravity around a Schwarzschild black hole, Igor KhavkineSlidesVideo

15:00-15:30, Extremal, axisymmetric horizons in the presence of a cosmological constant, Eryk BukVideo

15:30-16:00, Decoupling of Maxwell equations in the case of null field, Yurii TaistraSlidesVideo

16:00-16:30, Uniqueness of supersymmetric black holes in AdS5, Sergei OvchinnikovSlides

16:30-17:00, Non-singular spacetimes with NUT parameter, Maciej OssowskiSlides】【Video


17:00-17:30, Semi-global and global constructions of impulsive gravitational wave spacetimes, Yannis AngelopoulosVideo

17:30-18:00, Finsler pp-waves and the Penrose limit, Marcus WernerVideo

18:00-18:30, On the construction of Riemannian three-spaces with smooth inverse mean curvature foliation, István RáczSlidesVideo


23:00-23:30, Symmetry operators for the conformal wave equation in rotating black hole spacetimes, Finnian GraySlidesVideo

23:30-24:00, The Cauchy problem of pp-waves, Ángel MurciaSlidesVideo

00:00-00:30+1day, Gyroscopic Precession in the Vicinity of Event-Horizon and Naked Singularity for Spherically Symmetric Spacetime, Paulami MajumderVideo

00:30-01:00+1day, Cosmological static metrics and Kruskal type coordinates from symmetry transformations, Edgar LeonSlidesVideo


10:30-11:00, Characteristic initial boundary value problem in general relativity, Xiaoning WuVideo

11:00-11:30, Virial identities in relativistic gravity, Alexandre M. PomboVideo

11:30-12:00, A Quantum System as The Main Matter of The Universe, Guang ChenSlidesVideo

12:00-12:30, The stability of charged black holes, Elena GiorgiSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Spherically symmetric Einstein-scalar-field equations for wave-like decaying null infinity, Chuxiao LiuVideo

15:00-15:30, Formal Existence of Friedmann-Static Pure Radiation Shock Waves, Christopher AlexanderSlidesVideo

15:30-16:00, A new instability for higher dimensional black holes, Gabriele Benomio【None】【Video

16:00-16:30, Mode stability for Kerr black holes, Rita Teixeira da Costa【None】【None】


17:00-17:30, Killing-Hopf horizons of the Petrov type D, Jerzy LewandowskiSlides】【Video

17:30-18:00, Black holes: the inside story of the gravitational collapse, Maxime C. Van De MoortelSlidesVideo

18:00-18:30, The interaction of gravitational waves from several localized sources, Federico PasqualottoVideo

18:30-19:00, Double Null Data and the Characteristic Problem in General Relativity, Gabriel Sánchez PérezSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Fefferman-Graham obstruction tensor and Einstein's equations, Wojciech KaminskiSlidesVideo

15:00-15:30, Testing the Geometric Surface Conjecture for Rotating Traversable Wormholes, John Joseph MarchettaSlidesVideo

15:30-16:00, Stable Big Bang formation, Grigorios FournodavlosVideo

16:00-16:30, Hyperbolic Energy and Gluings of Initial Data, Raphaela WutteSlidesVideo


17:00-17:30, Classification of five-dimensional black holes from integrability, James LuciettiSlidesVideo

17:30-18:00, Linear instability of gravitational and electromagnetic perturbations of Extreme Reissner-Nordström, Marios Antonios ApetroaieSlidesVideo

18:00-18:30, Extreme Black Holes: Anabasis and Accidental Symmetry, Achilleas PorfyriadisSlidesVideo

A3: Alternative and modified theories of gravity (Chair: Shinji Mukohyama, Coordinator: Yu-Xiao Liu)

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10:30-10:45, Well-Posed Formulation of Scalar-Tensor Effective Field Theory, Aron KovacsSlidesVideo

10:45-11:00, Constraining fundamental properties of boson stars through their multipole moments, Massimo VaglioSlidesVideo

11:00-11:15, Extreme Mass Ratio Inspirals as probes of scalar fields, Susanna BarsantiVideo

11:15-11:30, Leakage of gravitational waves into extra dimension in DGP model, Mikhail KhlopunovVideo

11:30-11:45, Gravitational waves in bimetric gravity, Araceli Soler OficialVideo

11:45-12:00, Scalar Perturbations and Stability of a Loop Quantum Corrected Kruskal Black Hole, Ramin DaghighSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, Enlightening Cold Dark Matter's darkest side, Giovanni GandolfiSlidesVideo

12:15-12:30, Perturbations of spinning black holes beyond General Relativity: Modified Teukolsky equation I, Pratik WagleSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Perturbations of spinning black holes beyond General Relativity: Modified Teukolsky equation II, Dongjun LiVideo

14:45-15:00, Gravitational-wave polarizations in generic higher-curvature gravity, Tomoya TachinamiSlidesVideo

15:00-15:15, Massive tensor modes carry more energy than scalar modes in quadratic gravity, Avijit ChowdhurySlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Memory effects in radiative spacetimes: A study in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity, Indranil ChakrabortySlidesVideo

15:30-15:45, Gravitational waveforms from the inspiral of compact binaries in scalar-tensor theory, Tan LiuSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Constraints on the multipole structure of compact binaries using GW190412 and GW190814, Parthapratim MahapatraSlidesVideo

16:00-16:15, Shadow of a nonsingular black hole, Wen-Di GuoSlidesVideo

16:15-16:30, Multiparameter tests of general relativity using compact binary coalescences, Sayantani DattaSlides】【Video


17:00-17:15, Statistically separating the modified effects of gravitational-wave generation and propagation, Atsushi NishizawaSlidesVideo

17:15-17:30, Observational constraint on axion dark matter with propagating gravitational waves, Takuya TsutsuiSlidesVideo

17:30-17:45, Search for mixture of scalar-tensor polarizations of gravitational waves, Hiroki TakedaSlidesVideo

17:45-18:00, Gravitational Wave constraints on Gravitational Effective Field Theories, Haoyang LiuSlidesVideo

18:00-18:15, Horndeski theory in Palatini formalism: polarizations of gravitational waves, Yu-Qi DongSlidesVideo

18:15-18:30, Affine Connections, Quantum Gravity and Modified Theories of Gravity, Kaushik GhoshSlidesVideo

18:30-18:45, Parity Violation in Spin-Precessing Binaries: Gravitational Waves from the Inspiral of Black Holes in Dynamical Chern-Simons Gravity, Nicholas LoutrelSlidesVideo

18:45-19:00, Gravitational memory effects in modified theories of gravity: the case study in Chern-Simons gravity, Shaoqi HouVideo


23:00-23:15, Testing gravity on all scales, Johannes NollerSlidesVideo

23:15-23:30, Modified gravity: a unified approach, Christian G. BöhmerSlidesVideo

23:30-23:45, From Amplitudes to Gravitational Waves: Beyond GR, Mariana Carrillo GonzalezSlidesVideo

23:45-24:00, Tidal Deformability of Neutron Stars in Scalar Tensor Theories of Gravity, Stephanie BrownSlidesVideo

00:00-00:15+1day, Evolution of binary scalar-hairy black holes, Justin RipleySlidesVideo

00:15-00:30+1day, Evolution of binary scalar-hairy black holes II, Maxence CormanSlidesVideo

00:30-00:45+1day, Well-posed formulation of Einstein-Maxwell effective field theory, Iain DaviesVideo

00:45-01:00+1day, Noether charge formalism for Weyl transverse gravity, Marek LiškaSlidesVideo


10:30-10:45, New effective temperature of scalar-tensor gravity and its dissipation to general relativity, Valerio FaraoniSlidesVideo

10:45-11:00, Thermodynamics of Exotic Black Holes, Brayden HullVideo

11:00-11:15, Charged black holes in Einsteinian cubic gravity and nonuniqueness, Jorge RochaSlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, Open thermodynamic systems and particle production processes in scalar-tensor f(R,T) gravity, Miguel PintoSlidesVideo

11:30-11:45, The analogy between the LV fermion-gravity and LV fermion-photon couplings, Zhi XiaoSlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, When can a teleparallel geometry be classified by its scalar polynomial torsion invariants, David McnuttSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, Conformal Invariance and Warped 5-Dimensional Spacetimes, Reinoud SlagterSlidesVideo

12:15-12:30, Possible quantization of stress-energy tensor on Finsler manifold, Abdel Nasser TawfikSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Slowly Rotating Black Holes in 4D Gauss-Bonnet Gravity, Michael GammonSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Thermodynamics on generalized quasi-topological quartic gravity, Mengqi LuSlidesVideo

15:00-15:15, Wormholes in modified gravity with non-commutative background, Anshuman BaruahSlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Causality Constraints on Gravitational Effective Field Theories, Jun ZhangVideo

15:30-15:45, Hawking-Page transition with reentrance and triple point in Gauss-Bonnet gravity, YuanZhang CuiSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Gravitational waves in theories of gravity with broken Lorentz symmetry, Chao ZhangSlidesVideo

16:00-16:15, Testing F(Q) gravity with redshift space distortions, Tiago BarreiroSlidesVideo

16:15-16:30, 2-D Gravity with null extra dimension, Gera SuvikranthSlidesVideo


17:00-17:15, Linear stability of black holes with static scalar hair in full Horndeski theories: generic instabilities and surviving models, Shinji TsujikawaVideo

17:15-17:30, Compact Star in General F(R) Gravity, Taishi KatsuragawaSlides】【Video

17:30-17:45, Stable bound orbits around static Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet black holes, Ryotaku SuzukiSlidesVideo

17:45-18:00, Physical black holes in modified theories of gravity, Sebastian MurkSlidesVideo

18:00-18:15, Spherical black holes in bumblebee gravity, Rui XuSlidesVideo

18:15-18:30, Systematic bias on the inspiral-merger-ringdown (IMR) consistency test of general relativity due to neglect of orbital eccentricity, Sajad A. BhatSlides】【Video

18:30-18:45, Fate of radiating black holes with minimum mass in Einstein-dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet theory of gravity, Fabrizio CorelliSlidesVideo

18:45-19:00, Sharp density gradients in generalized coupling theories, Justin FengSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Evolution of the Cluster of Stars in f(R) Gravity, Rubab ManzoorSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Constraining effective equation of state in f (Q, T) gravity, Simran Arora

15:00-15:15, Echoes from braneworld black holes, Sumanta ChakrabortySlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Dynamical features of f(T,B) cosmology, Siddheshwar KadamVideo

15:30-15:45, Constraining logarithmic f(R,T) model using Dark Energy density parameter", BISWAJIT DEBSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Cosmological model with time varying deceleration parameter in F(R,G) gravity, Santosh LohakareVideo

16:00-16:15, Matter Bounce Scenario in Extended Symmetric Teleparallel Gravity", Bivudutta MishraSlides

16:15-16:30, Bouncing universe dual to the concordance model: Scalar-tensor theories in the Jordan frame, Dipayan MukherjeeVideo


17:00-17:15, Linear growth of structure in projected massive gravity, Yusuke ManitaVideo

17:15-17:30, Quantum correction to the Newtonian potential in Higher-derivative gravity, Nicolò BurzillàSlidesVideo

17:30-17:45, Sign Switching Dark Energy from a Running Barrow Entropy, Sofia Di GennaroSlidesVideo

17:45-18:00, Main Results and Current Progress within the Scale Invariant Vacuum Paradigm, Vesselin GueorguievSlidesVideo

18:00-18:15, Fermi Bubbles in Scalar Field Dark Matter halos, Tonatiuh MatosSlidesVideo

18:15-18:30, Cosmology in gravity, Pradyumn Sahoo

18:30-18:45, Sudden singularities in f(R,T) gravity, Tiago GonçalvesSlidesVideo

18:45-19:00, MOND and RMOND from a left-right symmetric extension of the standard model of particle physics, TEJINDER PAL SINGHSlidesVideo

B1: Relativistic astrophysics (Chair: Daniel Siegel, Coordinator: You-Jun Lu)

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23:00-23:30, How do black holes shine? Or: multiwavelength emission in the high-energy Universe, Bart RipperdaSlides】【Video

23:30-23:45, Neutrino Fast Flavor Conversions in Neutron-star Post-Merger Accretion Disks, Xinyu LiSlidesVideo

23:45-24:00, The dark mass signature in the orbit of S2, Gernot HeißelSlidesVideo

00:00-00:15+1day, Photon ring autocorrelations, Shahar HadarSlidesVideo

00:15-00:30+1day, A novel formulation for the evolution of relativistic rotating stars, Hirotada OkawaSlidesVideo

00:30-00:45+1day, General relativistic study of a misaligned and deformed pulsar, Sagnik Chatterjee【None】【None】

00:45-01:00+1day, The impact of relativistic corrections on the detectability of dark-matter spikes with gravitational waves, Nicholas SpeeneyVideo


10:30-10:45, Reconnection-powered radio transients from binary neutron star coalescence, Elias MostVideo

10:45-11:00, Stationary black holes and light rings, Pedro Cunha

11:00-11:15, Image variability of black hole photon rings, Alejandro Cardenas-AvendanoSlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, Strong gravitational lens image of the M87 black hole with a simple accreting matter model, Ezequiel F. BoeroSlides

11:30-11:45, Making (neutron-star) mountains out of molehills, Fabian GittinsSlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, Dynamical quark-hadron phase transition in neutron star cores, Prasad RVideo

12:00-12:15, A covariant approach to relativistic large-eddy simulations: The fibration picture, Thomas CeloraSlidesVideo

12:15-12:30, Luminosity Selection for Gamma Ray Burst, Shreya BanerjeeSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Observing photon rings with future interferometric instruments, Frederic VincentSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Extreme astrophysics with GRAVITY: energetic outbursts near the event horizon of the Galactic Centre black hole, Nicolas AimarVideo

15:00-15:15, On the Parametrized post-Newtonian Test of GR at Galactic Center Massive Black Hole, Hiromi Saida【None】【None】

15:15-15:30, What lies in the heart of the Milky Way? Riccardo Della MonicaSlidesVideo

15:30-15:45, Testing General Relativity with black hole X-ray data, Cosimo BambiSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Blazar microvariability and long term variability, Rosa Poggiani【SlidesVideo

16:00-16:15, Pulsar as a lab for gravitational wave with the FAST telescope, Chengmin Zhang

16:15-16:30, Superradiance Suppression from a Binary Companion, Xi TongSlidesVideo

B2: Numerical Relativity (Chair: Matt Choptuik, Coordinator: Zhou-Jian Cao)

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10:30-10:50, Direct Evidence of Gravitational Wave Turbulence, Sebastien GaltierSlides

10:50-11:10, Study of the Intermediate Mass Ratio Black Hole Binary Merger up to 1000:1 with Numerical Relativity, Carlos LoustoSlidesVideo

11:10-11:30, Coherent Gravitational Waveforms and Memory from Cosmic String Loops, Thomas HelferSlidesVideo

11:30-11:50, Detecting the impact of nuclear reactions on neutron-star mergers through gravitational waves, Nils AnderssonSlidesVideo

11:50-12:10, Merger dynamics of binary boson stars, Nils SiemonsenVideo

12:10-12:30, Double null evolution of a scalar field in Kerr spacetime, Marcos A. ArganarazSlidesVideo


23:00-23:20, Some ongoing Efforts for Evolving Einstein Field Equations on Hyperboloidal Slices, Shalabh GautamSlidesVideo

23:20-23:40, Black hole binaries and light fields: Gravitational molecules, Taishi IkedaSlidesVideo

23:40-24:00, Gauge structure of the Einstein field equations in Bondi-like coordinates, Thanasis GiannakopoulosSlidesVideo

00:00-00:20+1day, Gravitational Waves from Fully General Relativistic Oscillon Preheating, Xiao-Xiao KouSlidesVideo

00:20-00:40+1day, Non-linear gravitational perturbation of a black hole: Curvature oscillations and the Newman-Penrose constants, Chris StevensSlidesVideo

00:40-01:00+1day, A global approach to the nonlinear perturbation of a black hole by gravitational waves, Jörg FrauendienerSlidesVideo


10:30-10:50, Cauchy Characteristic Matching, Sizheng MaVideo

10:50-11:10, On the asymptotics of near Kerr initial data by evolutionary solvers, Karoly CsukasSlidesVideo

11:10-11:30, Numerical simulation of PBH formation during the QCD phase transition, Albert EscrivaVideo

11:30-11:50, The endpoint of the Gregory-Laflamme instability of black strings revisited, Chenxia GuSlidesVideo

11:50-12:10, Fully relativistic simulations of fast rotating quark stars and their universal relations, Kenneth ChenSlidesVideo

B3: Approximations, perturbation theory, and their applications (Chair: Alexandre Le Tiec, Coordinator: Li-Ming Cao)

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10:30-10.45, Gravitational wave memory and the wave equation, David GarfinkleSlidesVideo

10:45-11:00, High-order classical gravitational scattering from quantum scattering amplitudes, Pierre VanhoveSlidesVideo

11:00-11:15, Pseudospectrum and black hole quasi-normal mode (in)stability, Rodrigo Panosso MacedoSlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, Pseudospectrum of black holes and compact objects, Kyriakos DestounisSlidesVideo

11:30-11:45, Axial perturbations and stability of a Lorentzian wormhole family, Poulami Dutta RoySlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, Applications of the close-limit approximation: horizonless compact objects and scalar fields, Lorenzo AnnulliSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, Superradiant Instabilities triggered by effective masses, Enrico CannizzaroSlidesVideo

12:15-12:30, Massive vector fields in Kerr-Newman and Kerr-Sen black hole spacetimes, David KubiznakSlidesVideo


17:00-17:15, Gravitational waveforms for compact binaries from second-order self-force theory, Barry WardellSlidesVideo

17:15-17:30, Self-force in hyperbolic black hole encounters, Oliver LongSlidesVideo

17:30-17:45, Self-force in hyperbolic scattering: a frequency-domain approach, Christopher WhittallSlidesVideo

17:45-18:00, Proposal of a gauge-invariant treatment of l=0,1-mode perturbations on the Schwarzschild background spacetime, Kouji NakamuraSlidesVideo

18:00-18:15, Towards the gravitational wave phase of compact binaries with 4PN precision, François LarrouturouSlidesVideo

18:15-18:30, Gravitational-wave tails-of-memory, David TrestiniVideo

18:30-18:45, Gravitational wave memory and its tail in cosmology, Miika SarkkinenSlidesVideo

18:45-19:00, Effect of a viscous fluid matter shell on gravitational wave propagation, Nigel BishopSlidesVideo


23:00-23:15, Fine structure and symmetries of the photon ring, Shahar HadarSlidesVideo

23:15-23:30, Review talk on spin effects in compact binary systems, Michèle Levi【None】Video

23:30-23:45, Energetics and scattering of compact objects at fourth post-Minkowskian order, Mohammed KhalilSlidesVideo

23:45-24:00, Gravitational self-force and multiscale expansions at "post-adiabatic +" order, Adam PoundVideo

00:00-00:15+1day, The Two-Timescale Expansion for Extreme-Mass-Ratio Inspirals, Jack Lewis

00:15-00:30+1day, Covariant and coordinate punctures for second-order gravitational self-force in a highly regular gauge, Samuel UptonSlidesVideo

00:30-00:45+1day, Post-Newtonian expansions in second-order self-force theory, Adam PoundVideo

00:45-01:00+1day, Evolving black hole with scalar field accretion, Marco de CesareSlidesVideo


10:45-11:00, Redshift factor and the small mass-ratio limit in binary black hole simulations, Aaron ZimmermanSlidesVideo

11:00-11:15, Action-angle coordinates for binary inspirals, Vojtěch WitzanySlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, Transition to Plunge: Modelling IMRIs for ground-based detectors, Leanne DurkanSlidesVideo

11:30-11:45, Calculating the second-order self-force for a Teukolsky formalism, Benjamin LeatherSlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, Mode decomposing the second-order Teukolky source, Andrew SpiersSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, Simple and efficient, high-order expansion of the Detweiler-Whiting singular field, Patrick BourgSlidesVideo

12:15-12:30, Rotational tidal Love numbers and their impact on neutron star inspirals, Goncalo CastroSlidesVideo

B4: Cosmology: Theory and observations (Chair: Richard Battye, Coordinator: Bin Hu)

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14:30-14:45, The running curvaton and its corresponding formation of primordial blackhole, Lei-Hua LiuVideo

14:45-15:00, Primordial black hole formation during the QCD phase-transition, Ilia MuscoVideo

15:00-15:15, Hubble diversity: Chameleon dark energy model for the environmentally-dependent Hubble constant, Shao-Jiang WangVideo

15:15-15:30, Searching for primordial black holes at current and future gravitational wave detectors, Gabriele FrancioliniSlidesVideo

15:30-15:45, Cosmological Standard Timers in Primordial Black Hole Scenarios, Qianhang DingSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Analytical model for black hole evaporation in cosmological space-time, Semin XavierVideo

16:00-16:15, Coupled quintessence with a generalized interaction term, Paulo M. SáSlidesVideo


17:00-17:15, Small-scale fluctuations in alpha-attractor inflation, David WandsSlidesVideo

17:15-17:30, Warm inflation as a way out of the swampland, Meysam MotaharfarSlidesVideo

17:30-17:45, Particle production from oscillating scalar backgrounds in an FLRW universe, Wen-Yuan AiSlidesVideo

17:45-18:00, Non-Gaussianities in the Hubble-Lemaître diagram, Giuseppe FanizzaVideo

18:00-18:15, Gowdy models as physically viable inflationary early spacetimes, Javier OlmedoSlidesVideo

18:15-18:30, Gravitational wave anisotropies as a probe of the inflationary particle content, Ameek MalhotraSlidesVideo

18:30-18:45, 2nd-order cosmological perturbations during the inflation stage, Bo WangVideo

18:45-19:00, Magnetogenesis in inflationary models leading to features in the scalar power spectrum: Challenges and possible resolution, Sagarika TripathyVideo


14:30-14:45, Large-Field Inflation and the Cosmological Collider, Zhong-Zhi XianyuVideo

14:45-15:00, Boostless Cosmological Collider Bootstrap, Dong-Gang WangSlidesVideo

15:00-15:15, Cutting Rule for Cosmological Collider Signals: A Bulk Evolution Perspective, Yuhang ZhuSlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Resonances in the very early universe, Yi-Fu CaiVideo

15:30-15:45, Gravitational waves from bubble collisions in FLRW spacetime, Taotao QiuSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Induced Gravitational Waves as a Probe of the Anisotropy of Small-Scale, Chao ChenSlidesVideo

16:00-16:15, Cosmological constraints on a simple model for varying alpha, Nelson J. NunesSlidesVideo

16:15-16:30, Cosmological gravitational wave damping as estimated by linearized perturbations on null cone coordinates, Petrus van der WaltSlidesVideo


17:00-17:15, HI intensity mapping with MeerKAT, Yichao LiVideo

17:15-17:30, HI intensity mapping: A novel technique to probe the large-scale structure, Andre CostaSlidesVideo

17:30-17:45, Exploring the Universe with Fast Radio Bursts, Zhengxiang LiSlidesVideo

17:45-18:00, Probing cosmic structures with gravitational wave lensing, Miguel Zumalacarregui【None】【None】

18:00-18:15, Gravitational Wave Cosmology: Propagation in an Inhomogeneous Universe, Jared FierVideo

18:15-18:30, Influence of cosmological expansion in local experiments, Alessio BelenchiaSlidesVideo

18:30-18:45, No-go guide for the Hubble tension, Wang-Wei YuSlidesVideo

18:45-19:00, Accurate relativistic observables from post-processing light cone catalogues, Chi TianVideo

C1: Pulsar Timing Arrays (Chair: Ingrid Stairs, Coordinator: Xing-Jiang Zhu)

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14:30-15:15, Recent results from Pulsar Timing Arrays, Siyuan ChenSlides】【Video

15:15-15:40, Using low frequency scatter broadening measurements for precision estimates of DM and its implications on GW detection using PTAs, Jaikhomba SinghaSlidesVideo

15:40-16:05, The gravitational wave signal from primordial magnetic fields in the Pulsar Timing Array frequency band, Alberto Roper PolSlidesVideo

16:05-16:30, Pulsar Timing Residuals induced by Wideband Ultralight Dark Matter, Yun-Long ZhangSlidesVideo


10:30-10:55, Vela pulsar: single pulses analysis with machine learning techniques, Carlos LoustoSlidesVideo

10:55-11:20, Observation of Gravitational Waves by Invariants for Electromagnetic Waves, Chan ParkSlidesVideo

C2: Gravitational wave astronomy: searches, data analysis, parameter estimation (Chair: Barak Zackay, Coordinator: Wen Zhao)

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14:30-15:00, Distortion of Gravitational Wave Signals by Astrophysical Environments , Xian ChenSlidesVideo

15:00-15:30, Black Hole Ringdown: Beyond the Fundamental Quasinormal Mode, Christopher MooreSlidesVideo

15:30-16:00, On the identification of strongly-lensed gravitational wave events, Justin JanquartSlidesVideo

16:00-16:30, Interplay of spin-precession and higher harmonics in the parameter estimation of binary black hole, Krishnendu Naderi VariumSlidesVideo


17:00-17:30, Constraining spin precession and nutation in current gravitational wave events, Daria GangardtSlidesVideo

17:30-18:00, Hunting for Gravitational Waves with Higher-Order Modes from Asymmetric Intermediate Mass Black Hole Binaries with THAMES, Kritti SharmaSlidesVideo

18:00-18:30, Systematic bias on parameterized tests of general relativity due to neglect of orbital eccentricity, Pankaj SainiSlidesVideo

18:30-19:00, On the validity of linear perturbation theory in the ringdown from binary mergers, Mark Ho-Yeuk CheungSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Constraining two-spin effects in gravitational-wave data with an augmented definition of the precessing spin parameter χp, Viola De RenzisSlidesVideo

15:00-15:30, 4-OGC: Catalog of gravitational waves from compact-binary mergers, Yi-Fan WangSlidesVideo

15:30-16:00, Searching for gravitational-wave higher-order modes from asymmetric intermediate-mass black hole binary, Koustav ChandraVideo

16:00-16:30, Searching for boson-star mergers in LIGO-Virgo data, Juan Calderon BustilloVideo


17:00-17:25, Identifying non-linear phase couplings in gravitational wave data, Sudhagar SuyamprakasamVideo

17:25-17:50, Surppresing GRS disturbances with TDI combinations, Pengzhan WuSlidesVideo

17:50-18:15, A comparison of GstLAL performance in gaussian data and LIGO detectors data, Andre GuimaraesVideo

18:15-18:40, Tests of General Relativity with Gravitational-Wave Observations using a Flexible–Theory-Independent Method, Ajit Kumar Mehta【Video】

C3: Astrophysics and multi-messenger astronomy with gravitational waves (Chair: Daniel Holz, Coordinator: Xian Chen)

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10:30-10:45, Triples in the sky with LISA: Gravitational waveform modeling and data analysis implications, Rohit Subbarayan Chandramouli SlidesVideo

10:45-11:00, The Bardeen-Petterson effect and its consequences for LISA observations of supermassive black-hole binary spin orientations, Nathan SteinleVideo

11:00-11:15, Hunting for intermediate-mass black holes with LISA binary radial velocity measurements, Vladimir StrokovSlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, Constraining deviations from general relativity using quadruply lensed gravitational waves from coalescing compact objects, Harsh Narola SlidesVideo

11:30-11:45, Constraints on compact dark matter from gravitational wave microlensing, Soummyadip BasakSlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, Fake massive gravitational wave sources from AGN accretion disks, Xian ChenSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Can Thorne-Zytkow objects source GW190814 type events? David GarfinkleSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Illuminating the pair-instability supernova mass gap with collapsars, Aman AgarwalVideo

15:00-15:15, Black hole mergers in compact star clusters and massive black hole formation beyond the mass gap, Francesco Paolo Rizzuto SlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Population synthesis of BBH mergers with B-POP, Manuel Arca SeddaSlidesVideo

15:30-15:45, Merging binary black holes formed through isolated binary stars with all the metallicities, Ataru TanikawaSlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, Black Hole Coalescences in Star Clusters - observed in the supercomputer, Rainer SpurzemVideo

16:00-16:15, Formation of intermediate mass black holes and black hole mergers in young massive clusters with up to 1 million stars, Manuel Arca SeddaSlidesVideo

16:15-16:30, Direct N-body simulations of extremely massive, rotating Population-III star clusters, Albrecht KamlahSlidesVideo


10:30-10:45, Where is the love? The dynamical tides of rotating stars, Fabian GittinsSlidesVideo

10:45-11:00, Damping of gravitational waves originating from core-collapse supernovae, Monos NaidooSlidesVideo

11:00-11:15, Gravitational waves from small spin-up and spin-down events of neutron stars, Garvin YimSlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, A phenomenological inspiral-merger-postmerger gravitational waveform model for binary neutron star coalescence, Anna PuecherVideo

11:30-11:45, Inferring the dense nuclear matter equation of state with neutron star tides, Pantelis PnigourasSlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, Constraining the equation of state of neutron stars using multimessenger observations, Bhaskar BiswasSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, Simultaneous inference of Neutron Star Equation of State and Hubble Constant with a Population of Merging Neutron Stars, Tathagata GhoshSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Probing ultralight dark matter with gravitational-waves, Chen YuanSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Gravitational waves from axion and related searches, Sichun SunSlidesVideo

15:00-15:15, Gravitational wave echoes from interacting quark stars, Chen ZhangSlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Scalar Gravitational Waves from Core-collapse Self-Interacting Massive Scalar-Tensor Gravity, Da HuangSlidesVideo

15:30-15:45, Implications of the quantum nature of the black hole horizon on the gravitational-wave ringdown, Sumanta Chakraborty SlidesVideo

15:45-16:00, A viable model to explain the Fast radio burst using the Gertsenshtein-Zel'dovich effect, Ashu KushwahaSlidesVideo

16:00-16:15, Tidal Stripping of a White Dwarf by an Intermediate-Mass Black Hole, Jin-Hong ChenSlidesVideo


14:30-14:45, Multi-messenger prospects with massive black hole binaries: counterparts prediction and cosmological applications, Alberto MangiagliSlidesVideo

14:45-15:00, Measuring the Hubble constant with dark sirens: inputs from the large scale structure clustering, Sayantani BeraSlidesVideo

15:00-15:15, GRMHD simulations of neutron star mergers with weak interactions: dynamical ejecta signatures and post-merger evolution, Luciano CombiSlidesVideo

15:15-15:30, Studying Magnetically-driven Outflows from Magnetized Neutrino-cooled Accretion Disks, Fatemeh Hossein NouriSlidesVideo

C4: Gravitational waves: Present and future of ground-based and space-based detectors (Chair: Gabriela Gonzalez, Coordinator: Ze-Bing Zhou)

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17:00-17:45, Progress on Tian Qin Mission Concept Studies, Xuefeng Zhang【None】【Video

17:45-18:30, Astronomy with the Tian Qin Observatory, Yi-Ming HuSlidesVideo


10:30-11:00, The landscape of massive black-hole spectroscopy with LISA and the Einstein Telescope, Costantino PacilioSlidesVideo

11:00-11:30, Gravitational-wave imprints of non-integrable extreme-mass-ratio inspirals, Kyriakos DestounisSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Intracavity parametric amplification system to enhance the gravitational-wave signal at high frequencies, Kentaro SomiyaVideo

15:00-15:30, Development of a control scheme of a signal recycling interferometer with a nonlinear optical effect, Kaido SuzukiSlidesVideo

15:30-16:00, The Impact of Solar-Terrestrial Plasma and Magnetic Field on the Space-Borne Detection of Gravitational Waves, Wei SuVideo


17:00-17:30, Stimulative detection of high frequency gravitational waves, Lianfu Wei

17:30-18:00, Prospects for third generation gravitational wave interferometers, Rosa PoggianiSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Constraining ΛCDM cosmological parameters with Einstein Telescope mock data, Matteo CalifanoSlidesVideo

15:00-15:30, LISA-Taiji Sensitivity to an Anisotropic Stochastic Gravitational-Wave Background, Zehua Song

C5: Experimental gravitation (Chair: Yoshio Kamiya, Coordinator: Shan-Qing Yang)

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23:00-23:30, Mechanical sensors for exploring the dark sector, Swati SinghSlidesVideo

23:30-23:45, Gravity tests with the Double Pulsar - from MeerKAT to the SKA, Huanchen HuSlidesVideo

23:45-24:00, A new timing model for testing scalar-tensor gravity, Alexander BatrakovSlidesVideo

00:00-00:30+1day, Gravitational and whispering-gallery states of light neutral particles, V.V. NesvizhevskySlidesVideo

00:30-00:45+1day, Experimental progress towards measuring antimatter gravity using positronium, Kenji ShuVideo

00:45-01:00+1day, Quantum gravity experimental initiative at the LANSCE UCN facility, Zhehui WangVideo


10:30-11:00, The Search for Deviations from Newton's Gravity at Micrometer Scales, Simon ZeidlerSlidesVideo

11:00-11:15, Present status of the LAG experiment, Luciano Di FioreSlidesVideo

11:15-11:30, Using varying-frequency time-of-flight experiments to test the trapped quintessence model, Hai-Chao ZhangSlidesVideo

11:30-11:45, Interferometry of Entangled Quantum States of Light in Curved Space-Time, Thomas MielingSlidesVideo

11:45-12:00, Signal do Noise Ratio Analysis of a Proposed Experiment to Measure the Speed of Gravity in Short Distances, Carlos FrajucaSlidesVideo

12:00-12:15, The Electromagnetic Field in Gravitational Wave Interferometers, Thomas MielingSlidesVideo

12:15-12:30, Perspectives of measuring gravitational effects of laser light and particle beams, Dennis RaetzelSlides

D1: Loop quantum gravity and spin foams (Chair: Alejandro Perez, Coordinator: Yong-Ge Ma)

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14:30-15:00, Dynamics of Loop Quantum Cosmology, Yongge MaSlidesVideo

15:00-15:20, A scheme to quantize Poincare gauge gravity: Kinematics, Hongchao ZhangVideo

15:20-15:40, r-Fock representations and loop quantum gravity, Mehdi Assanioussi【None】【None】

15:40-16:00, Quantum speed limit and stability of coherent states in quantum gravity, Klaus Liegener

16:00-16:20, Coherent states and simplicity constraint in all dimensional loop quantum gravity, Gaoping LongSlidesVideo


17:00-17:30, Does Loop Quantum Gravity restrict a cyclic evolution, Parampreet SinghVideo

17:30-17:50, Role of dissipative effects in the Loop quantum gravitational onset of warm Starobinsky inflation in a closed universe, Meysam MotaharfarSlidesVideo

17:50-18:10, The primordial power spectrum in modified loop quantum cosmology, Baofei LiSlidesVideo

18:10-18:30, Properties of the spherically symmetric polymer black holes, Wencong GanSlidesVideo

18:30-18:50, Topspin Networks: Cylindrical Functionsand Coherent States, Christopher DustonVideo

18:50-19:10, Analytic studies of power spectra of cosmological perturbations in loop quantum cosmology, Rui PanSlidesVideo

19:10-19:30, Dirac observables and loop quantum black holes, Geeth Chandra OngoleVideo


14:30-15:00, Covariant Loop Quantum Gravity, Muxin HanSlidesVideo

15:00-15:20, Improved effective dynamics of loop-quantum-gravity black hole and gravitational collapse, Hongguang LiuVideo

15:20-15:40, The thermodynamics of isolated horizon in higher dimensional loop quantum gravity, Xiangdong ZhangSlidesVideo

15:40-16:00, Entropy of black holes with arbitrary shapes in loop quantum gravity, Shupeng SongSlidesVideo


17:00-17:20, Finiteness of spinfoam vertex amplitude with timelike polyhedra, and the full amplitude, Wojciech KaminskiSlidesVideo

17:20-17:40, Primordial power spectrum from a matter-Ekpyrotic bounce in loop quantum cosmology, SAHIL SAINISlidesVideo

17:40-18:00, Scalar curvature operator for loop quantum gravity on a cubical graph, Ilkka MäkinenSlidesVideo

18:00-18:20, Fermion coupling to loop quantum gravity:canonical formulation, Cong ZhangSlidesVideo

18:20-18:40, An effective model for the quantum Schwarzschild black hole, Asier Alonso-BardajiSlidesVideo


14:30-15:00, Computing cosmological primordial fluctuations from the full covariant quantum theory, Francesca VidottoSlidesVideo

15:00-15:20, Recent advances in numerical loop quantum gravity, Pietropaolo FrisoniSlidesVideo

15:20-15:40, Black to White Hole Transition, Farshid SoltaniSlidesVideo

15:40-16:00, Towards black hole entropy in chiral loop quantum supergravity, Konstantin EderVideo

D2: Gravitational aspects of string theory (Chair: Alejandra Castro, Coordinator: Ya-Wen Sun)

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23:00-23:20, Double copy with topological masses, Mariana Carrillo GonzalezSlidesVideo

23:20-23:40, Celestial Holography, Sabrina PasterskiSlidesVideo

23:40-24:00, Collisions of localized shocks and quantum circuits, Ying ZhaoSlidesVideo

00:00-00:20+1day, Subleading Corrections to AdS Black Hole Entropy, Marina DavidSlidesVideo

00:20-00:40+1day, Thermodynamics of AdS Black Holes: Central Charge Criticality, Robert MannSlidesVideo


14:30-14:50, Cosmological horizon in a dS2 universe, Beatrix MuehlmannSlidesVideo

14:50-15:10, Fluxes and charges in de Sitter, Marika TaylorSlidesVideo

15:10-15:30, TsT, black holes, and irrelevant deformations, Wei SongSlidesVideo

15:30-15:50, Breakdown of hydrodynamics from holographic pole collision, Yan LiuSlidesVideo

15:50-16:10, Islands at interfaces between conformal field theories, Tarek AnousSlidesVideo

16:10-16:30, Towards a new infinite family of holographic dualities, Alexandre BelinSlidesVideo


14:30-14:50, Black Tsunamis and Naked Singularities in AdS, Roberto EmparanSlidesVideo

14:50-15:10, Algebra of diffeomorphism-invariant observables in Jackiw-Teitelboim Gravity, Jie-qiang WuSlidesVideo

15:10-15:30, Quantum Black Holes and Holographic Complexity, Antonia Micol FrassinoSlidesVideo

15:30-15:50, Aspects of Wedge Holography, Rong-Xin MiaoSlidesVideo

15:50-16:10, Holographic superconductors at zero density, Jie RenSlidesVideo

16:10-16:30, Hologhraphic complexity in the presence of defects and boundaries, Stefano BaigueraSlidesVideo

D3: Causal sets, causal dynamical triangulations, non-commutative geometry, asymptotic safety, and other approaches to quantum gravity (Chair: Astrid Eichhorn, Coordinator: Xiao Zhang)

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14:30-14:50, Higher-derivative gravity, regular black holes and the finite action principle, Breno Loureiro GiacchiniSlidesVideo

14:50-15:10, Noncommutative differential geometry and quantum effects of gravity, Haoyuan GaoSlidesVideo

15:10-15:30, Emergence of smooth Lorentzian spacetimes in stochastic composite gravity, Joshua ErlichSlidesVideo

15:30-15:50, The Mixmaster model in quantum geometrodynamics, Sara Fernández UriaSlidesVideo

15:50-16:10, Quantum Belinski-Khalatnikov-Lifshitz scenario, Włodzimierz PiechockiSlidesVideo

16:10-16:30, Jordan and Einstein frames form the perspective of Hamiltonian Brans-Dicke theory, Gabriele Gionti, S.J.Video


17:00-17:40, Asymptotically safe gravity and dynamically emergent gravity, Masatoshi YamadaSlidesVideo

17:40-18:20, Quantum Ricci curvature in action, Renate LollSlidesVideo

18:20-18:40, Classical sequential growth dynamics and manifoldlike causal sets, He LiuVideo

18:40-19:00, Bulk reconstruction: surface growth approach and tensor networks, Jia-Rui SunSlidesVideo

D4: Quantum fields in curved space-time, semiclassical gravity, quantum gravity phenomenology, and analog models (Chair: Stefan Hollands, Coordinator: Xian-Hui Ge)

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10:30-11:05, Infrared Finite Scattering Theory in QFT and Quantum Gravity, Kartik PrabhuSlidesVideo

11:05-11:25, Gravitational memory effect - Can a localised quantum system see soft photons? Sanved KolekarVideo


14:30-15:05, Semiclassical energy fluxes at the inner horizon of a rotating black hole, Noa ZilbermanSlidesVideo

15:05-15:40, Quantum effects in black hole interiors, Christiane KleinSlidesVideo

15:40-16:00, Renormalization in quantum field theory in curved space-times via a mode decomposition of the Feynman Green function, Gabriel Freitas

16:00-16:20, The two-point function for massive and massless scalar fields in the Unruh state in 1+1 dimensional Schwarzschild-de Sitter spacetime, Paul AndersonSlidesVideo


23:00-23:35, Gravitationally Mediated Entanglement: Newtonian Field vs. Gravitons, Gautam SatishchandranSlidesVideo

23:35-00:10+1day, Black holes decohere quantum superpositions, Daine DanielsonSlidesVideo

00:10-00:30+1day, Quantum signatures of black hole mass superpositions, Cemile ArabaciVideo

00:30-01:00+1day, Towards the non-perturbative cosmological bootstrap, Joao PenedonesSlidesVideo


17:00-17:35, Singularity theorems in semiclassical gravity, Eleni Alexandra KontouSlidesVideo

17:35-18:10, Semiclassical theories of gravity and their linear stability, Nicola PinamontiSlidesVideo

18:10-18:30, Gravitational Collapse of Quantum Fields and Choptuik Scaling, Benjamin BercziVideo

18:30-18:50, Quantum particle creation in gravastar formation, Ken-ichi NakaoSlidesVideo


14:30-15:05, Quantum Detection of Inertial Frame Dragging, David KubiznakSlidesVideo

15:05-15:25, Thermal and Bounded Unruh-DeWitt Detectors in Circular Motion, Cameron BunneyVideo

15:25-15:45, Dissipative processes at the acoustic horizon, Silvia TrabuccoSlidesVideo

15:45-16:05, Can quantum mechanics breed negative masses? George MatsasSlidesVideo

16:05-16:25, A little excitement across the black hole horizon, Jorma LoukoSlidesVideo


17:00-17:20, A first approach to entanglement harvesting in (3+1)D Schwarzschild spacetime, João Gabriel Alencar CaribéSlidesVideo

17:20-17:55, Summing Large Logarithms from Loops of Inflationary Gravitons, Richard WoodardSlidesVideo

17:55-18:15, Fluctuations in the stress-energy tensors of quantum fields in FRW spacetimes, Ankit DhanukaVideo

18:15-18:35, Anti-Hawking Effect and Robin Boundary Conditions, Claudio DappiaggiSlidesVideo

18:35-18:55, Black hole thermodynamics beyond Lorentz invariance, Stefano LiberatiSlidesVideo