Connecting Gravitational Waves with Observational Astrophysics

December 13-16, 2007, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA, USA

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Monday, November 19
- abstract submission

Monday, November 26
- early registration

Friday, November 30
- hotel reservation

Friday, December 7
- late registration

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Welcome to the web site of the 12th Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop (GWDAW)

The conference is now over. Please stay tuned for the announcement on the dates and location of the next GWDAW in 2008.

December 16, 2007: Pinkesh Patel of Caltech is the prize winner of the first student poster competition of GWDAW. Pinkesh's poster on a Resampling Technique to Calculate the F-statistic co-authored with X. Siemens and R. Dupuis received the most votes in the secret ballot conducted. A 1-page summary of his poster shown at the plenary session advertisement section is available here. His full poster is also available here. The prize comes with a $300 cash award sponsored by the MIT Kavli Institute.Congratulations Pinkesh!

December 17, 2007: Instructions for submitting conference proceedings are available here. Notice the submission deadline is March 31, 2008.

December 18, 2007: To all registered participants: in order to request a complimentary copy of the Classical and Quantum Gravity special volume on GWDAW12 please e-mail your request here by December 31, 2007.

December 19, 2007: If you presented a poster during the conference, please e-mail your poster in order to be linked out of the conference program. The web page of the conference program currently provides links only to oral presentations (including poster advertisements).

April 28, 2008: It is now finalized that the 13th GWDAW conference will be hosted by the Arecibo Observatory at Puerto Rico from January 19-22, 2009 at the Condado Plaza Hotel in San Juan. The Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy of the University of Texas at Brownsville together with the Arecibo Observatory are leading the organization. Mario Diaz is the chair of the Scientific Organizing Committee.

Last modified: April 28, 2008   Questions/problems with this web page? Contact us at gwdaw12_at_MIT.EDU