Valencia from 20 to 22 March 2013
3rd Iberian Gravitational-Wave Meeting 2013

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Friday 22 March, 2013 16:30 to 17:00 Conference
Trumpet puncture initial data for black holes on COCAL
Speaker: Takumu Kawamura, University of the Ryukyus, graduate student

Authors: Takumu Kawamura, Antonios Tsokaros, Koji Uryu, Naomichi Yonaha

We compute initial data for single and binary black holes in the trumpet topology, and data for quasi-stationary inspiral binary black holes, using a method proposed by Baumgarte. The Baumgarte's method does not require a decomposition of singular and regular parts of the pucture. We modify the Baumgarte's method suitable for the poisson solver of our COCAL code - Compact Object CALculator. We show tests for a boosted and single black hole following Baumgarte's work, then show results for trumpet puncture initial data of binary black holes in circular orbits.
Afternoon Sessions
Place: Salon Grados

Other activities in Afternoon Sessions
18:00 h. to 18:30 h.Conference

New results for electromagnetic quasinormal modes of black holes

Speaker: Denitsa Staicova, Sofia University
17:30 h. to 18:00 h.Conference

Canonical dynamics of variational discrete systems

Speaker: Philipp  Hoehn, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
17:00 h. to 17:30 h.Coffee break

16:00 h. to 16:30 h.Conference

General Relativistic Resistive Magnetohydrodynamics with Whisky

Speaker: Daniela Alic, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics - Albert Einstein Institute, Postdoc
15:30 h. to 16:00 h.Conference

On the magnetorotational instability in hypermassive neutron stars

Speaker: Daniel Siegel, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics
15:00 h. to 15:30 h.Conference

Gravitational Wave Emission from Magnetized Neutron Stars

Speaker: Riccardo Ciolfi, AEI Potsdam

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