Workshop on the development of innovative tools for new collaborations within gravitational wave detection experiments
The KAGRA experiment will join the LIGO-Virgo gravitational wave network for the 04 data collection scheduled for the end of the year. A strong collaboration between the physicists of the different experiments of this network will be more and more essential in the years to come for the taking of data and the design of a new generation of gravitational wave experiments. Exchanges of methods and tools between the physicist and engineers for characterizing and controlling the quality of detected data are expected to develop.
Different topics on hardware development, software exchange and commissioning expertise will be covered during the two sessions.In the field of calibration of gravitational wave antennas, different independent methods being developed by the different experiments will also be exposed and discussed. Collaborations should also focus on the exchange and exploitation of scientific data within the framework of the gravitational wave network with the development of innovative data analysis techniques
Over the past few decades, the high-energy physics community has welcomed AI with open arms. For gravitational waves, experimental physicists and theoreticians will increasingly explore the benefits of collaborating using artificial intelligence