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Stefan Ballmer (Syracuse University/LIGO)

Title: What comes next for Gravitational-Wave Astronomy

Abstract: One year ago the Advanced LIGO detectors provided the first observation of gravitational waves from merging black holes. They just started to observe again this fall.I will discuss what we learned from the initial discovery, and where the detector sensitivity stands for the current observation run. Then I will look into the future, describing the next sensitivity upgrades for the detectors, and what we hope to observe with them. I will conclude by looking at possible future gravitational-wave observatories capable of observing binary mergers from an era when the first stars just started to form.

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