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2011 NSF Review of LIGO-India Effort
7 October, 2011


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I. Agenda, Charge, Panel Roster


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Agenda

Friday, 7 October
06:00 Introductions and Charge Jeffery Livas
06:10 LIGO-India: Overview and Context David Reitze
06:40 Introduction to LIGO-India Stan Whitcomb
07:25 The Science Case for LIGO-India B. Sathyaprakash
08:10 India's Commitment to LIGO-India TBA
09:00 Break
09:30 LIGO-India: Capabilities Rana Adhikari
10:20 Impact on Advanced LIGO David Shoemaker
10:50 The View of LIGO Laboratory David Reitze
11:35 Panel discussion/questions/deliberation


II. Attendees

LIGO/LSC

Rana Adhikari, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Abhay Ashtekar, Penn State Univ./LSC
Gabriela Gonzalez, LSC/LSU
Bala Iyer, Raman Research Institute/LSC
Ajit Kembhavi, IUCAA
Albert Lazzarini, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Jay Marx, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Sendhil Raja, RRCAT/LSC
David Reitze, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Bangalore Sathyaprakash, Cardiff Univ.
David Shoemaker, LIGO Lab/Caltech
Tarun Souradeep, IUCAA/LSC
C.S. Unnikrishnan, TIFR/LSC
Stan Whitcomb, LIGO Lab/Caltech


III. Presentations

Presentations


IV. Background Documents



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