The new LISA Consortium has set up several working groups. Scientists wishing to contribute are welcome to register to the consortium and to join the working groups.
There are currently six science working groups, each associated with a different low-frequency gravitational-wave source (plus data analysis):
- Astrophysical black holes (Alberto Sesana, Monica Colpi)
- Cosmology (Chiara Caprini, Germano Nardini)
- Data analysis (Stas Babak, Martin Hewitson, Mauro Hueller, Ed Porter)
- Extreme mass ratio inspiral EMRI (Pau Amaro-Seoane, Carlos Sopuerta)
- Tests of fundamental laws (Jonathan Gair, Philippe Grandclement)
- Ultra-compact binaries (Gijs Nelemans)
There is currently one instrument working group:
- Science of measurement (Gerhard Heinzel, Bill Weber, Hubert Halloin)
In addition, there is a working group focussing on LISA Pathfinder:
All interested scientists are welcome to register to the consortium. After registering to the consortium, you will be able to join the working groups.