Notes & News for Gravitational Wave Science
GW Notes was born from the need for a journal where the distinct communites involved in gravitation wave research might gather. While these three communities – Astrophysics, General Relativity and Data Analysis – have made significant collaborative progress over recent years, we believe that it is indispensable to future advancement that they draw closer, and that they speak a common idiom.
In addition to the abstracts, in each PDF issue of GW Notes, we will offer you a previously unpublished article written by a senior researcher in one of these three domains, which addresses the interests of all readers.
By clicking on the right thumbnail you will get the latest issue.
Here you have the pdf issues of GW Notes in a chronological order.
- GW Notes #6: Special Issue: eLISA/NGO, revealing a hidden universe
- GW Notes #5: The Capra Research Programme and EMRIs
- GW Notes #4: Fundamental physics with LISA
- GW Notes #3: How stars distribute around a massive black hole
- GW Notes #2: A probe of spacetime and astrophysics: EMRIs
- GW Notes #1: Data Analysis and LISA Science
- GW Notes #0: Binary sources of gravitational radiation