F-L. Julie: Gravitational radiation from BBH in ESGB gravity

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F-L. Julie: Gravitational radiation from BBH in ESGB gravity

New postby Maxim Khlopov on Tue 7 Apr 2020 14:34

VIA APC Theory Seminar of Felix-Louis Julie "Gravitational radiation from a binary black hole coalescence in Einstein-scalar-Gauss-Bonnet gravity" took place on 07.04.2020. His presentation is attached and the record is in VIA library
The following questions were adressed in discussion during this talk
Yan LIU: may I ask what's this \epsilon<<1 mean?
Dani: Is it obvious why A is of order epsilon^2 and phi is linear in epsilon?
Geoffrey: Why the Gauss-Bonnet term does not contribute to the mass?
O.M. Lecian: why can You say that the pole could be the sign of a naked singularity?'
O.M. Lecian: in which case (for the calculation of what PN order) is there the necessity for a large range of redshifts?
Geoffrey: How do you know that the relation between H and H_EOB is quadratic for arbitrary theories such as Gauss-Bonnet here?
Houri Ziaeepour: In observations of GW we ignore mass of binaryies. Can degeneracy of parameters smear Gauss-Bonnet or other Mod. GR models?

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