The European Pulsar Timing Array (EPTA) is a consortium of European radio observatories and research teams created in 2006. Its main science objective is the detection of gravitational waves in the nHz-μHz domain. This is a long term project that requires the collection of data time series over decades, advances in the theoretical understanding of the gravitational sky and the development of new generations of algorithms to separate the multiple sources of noise superimposed on the signal of interest. The collaboration is structured in methodological working groups (instrumental development, timing data acquisition, data analysis, simulations and data challenges) interacting monthly through teleconferences. It also meets twice a year in face-to-face workshops, in spring and autumn. The present page concerns the second 2019 meeting, which will take place in France (Goutelas Castle, vicinity of Lyon) during the second week of October.


This event has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730562 [RadioNet]


Registered participants:

Gregory Desvignes

Andrea Possenti

Alberto Sesana

John Antoniadis

Alessandro Corongiu

Cees Bassa

Huanchen Hu

Xiaojin Liu

Emma van der Wateren

Julian Donner

Golam Shaiffulah

Lucas Guillemot

Marta Burgay

Siyuan Chen

Delphine Perrodin

Aurélien Chalumeau

Cognard Ismaël

Robert Main

Elinore Roebber

Lorenz Haase

Kuo Liu

Janna Goldstein

Stanislav Babak

Lin Wang

Anais Berthereau

Petiteau Antoine

Mikel Falxa

Theureau Gilles

Benjamin Shaw




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