Feb 14 – 16, 2019
Perugia - Italy
Europe/Rome timezone

Scientific Program

5th KAGRA International Workshop - February 14-15, 2019
Opening and Introduction
* Helios Vocca (University of Perugia and INFN): Opening
* Maurizio Busso (INFN Perugia Director): Welcome talk
* Massimiliano Rinaldo Barchi (Physics and Geology Dpt Director): Welcome talk

Kagra present status
Chair: Masaki Ando
* Keiko Kokeyama (ICRR): The Status of Kagra
* Kiwamu Izumi (ISAS/JAXA): Commissioning status of Kagra

Ligo/Virgo status
Chair: Helios Vocca
* Jo Van Den Brand (NIKHEF): The Status of Virgo
* Laura Cadonati (Georgia Tech.): The Status of Ligo
* Nicolas Arnaud (CNRS-LAL/EGO): LIGO-Virgo Detector Characterization (DetChar)

Instrumentation
Chair: Takayuki Tomaru
* Takafumi Ushiba (ICRR): CRY
* Tomohiro Yamada (ICRR): CRY HL-VIS
* Masashi Fukunaga (ICRR): Development and application of cryogenic displacement sensors towards the damping control of KAGRA cryogenic payloads
* Hiroyuki Tahara (U. Tokyo): Development of an auto-alignment system by machine learning
* Mark Barton (NAOJ) & Enzo Tapia (NAOJ): Status of Type B optic suspensions for KAGRA
* Enzo Tapia (NAOJ): VIS
* Yoshinori Fuji (NAOJ): VIS Type-A
* Ryohei Kozu (ICRR): Implementing the state space approach for controlling a suspension system in KAGRA
* Keiko Kokeyama (ICRR): Status and prospects of the KAGRA detector characterization
* Takaaki Yokozawa (ICRR): Status of KAGRA physical environmental monitors installation
* Takahiro Yamamoto (ICRR): The progress of the calibration and the reconstruction for joining the O3 observation
* Nakano Masayuki (ICRR): Status of the input optics for the o3

Data analysis
Chair: Sadakazu Haino
* Young-Min Kim (UNIST): Detector Characterisation
* Hideyuki Tagoshi (ICRR): KAGRA DA
* Magdalena Sieniawska (NCAC): Searching for continuous gravitational waves: data analysis strategies in LIGO/Virgo collaboration
* Hirotaka Yuzurihara (ICRR): Estimation of background distribution in gravitational wave search

Computing
Chair: Zong Hong
* Sangwook Bae (KISTI): KISTI cluster
* Zhoujian Cao (Beijing Normal University): Deep learning networks and gravitational wave signal recognization

Science
Chair: Hisaaki Shinkai
* Lijing Shao (Peking University): Tests of gravity with GWs
* Kyohei Kawaguchi (ICRR): NS related
* Xilong Fan (Hubei Univ.): The strong lensed GW-EM system as an astrophysical probe

Multi-messenger
Chair: Hyung Mok Lee
* Mahito Sasada (HASC): Optical and NIR observations for gravitational-wave counterpart by J-GEM collaboration
* Hyung Mok Lee (KASI): EM Korean activities
* Z. Lucas Uhm (Goddard/KASI): Physics of relativistic jets from an NS merger
* Haoyu Wang (Beijing Normal University): Near-unstable cavities for future gravitational wave detectors


1st KAGRA Virgo & 3G Detectors Workshop - February 16, 2019
Opening
Chair: Laura Cadonati
* Helios Vocca (University of Perugia and INFN): Welcome and motivations
* Enrico Traversa (Italian Emabssy scientific attaché): EU/Italian-Japan collaboration
* Yuta Michimura OR Sadakazu Haino: 2.5+G and KAGRA: bridging between 2G and 3G
* Michele Punturo (INFN): 3G and Einstein Telescope: status
* Salvatore Vitale (MIT): 3G Science Case

Infrastructures
Chair: Michele Punturo
* Miyoki Shinji: Infrastructures: the KAGRA experience
* Jan Harms: ET site qualification: Introduction to seismic and Newtonian noise qualification
* Peter Couvares: 3G computing and e-infrastructures
* Stefan Hild: ET Pathfinder

R&D and new technologies
Chair: Yuta Michimura
* Fulvio Ricchi: Report on the vacuum 3G workshop at LIGO
* Garett Cole: Recent advancements in substrate-transferred crystalline coatings
* Stuart Reid: Fabrication of amorphous and crystalline mirror coartings for reaching the thermal noise requirements for 3G detectors
* Eleonora Capocasa: Status of the frequency dependent squeezing experiment at TAMA
* Mateusz Bawaj: Development of audio-band frequency-dependent vacuum squeezer for Advanced Virgo gravitational wave detector
* Ray-Kuang Lee: Preparation of vacuum noise squeezing injection for KAGRA
* Joris van Heijningen: Geometric contoured Euler springs for vertical vibration isolation in future gravitational wave detectors
* Saturo Takano: Newtonian noise measurement by Torsion-Bar Antenna
* Giacomo Ciani: The Cryomirror project for fast payload cooldown