Black holes, gravitational waves and fundamental physics: a roadmap

Leor Barack Vitor Cardoso Samaya Nissanke Thomas P. Sotiriou Abbas Askar Chris Belczynski Gianfranco Bertone Edi Bon Diego Blas Richard Brito Tomasz Bulik Clare Burrage Christian T. Byrnes Chiara Caprini 1 Masha Chernyakova Piotr Chruściel 2 Monica Colpi Valeria Ferrari Daniele Gaggero Jonathan Gair Juan García-Bellido S.F. Hassan Lavinia Heisenberg Martin Hendry Ik Siong Heng Carlos Herdeiro Tanja Hinderer Assaf Horesh Bradley J. Kavanagh Bence Kocsis Michael Kramer Alexandre Le Tiec 3 Chiara Mingarelli Germano Nardini Gijs Nelemans Carlos Palenzuela Paolo Pani Albino Perego Edward K. Porter 1 Elena M. Rossi Patricia Schmidt Alberto Sesana Ulrich Sperhake Antonio Stamerra Nicola Tamanini Thomas M. Tauris L. Arturo Urena-López Frederic Vincent 4 Marta Volonteri 5 Barry Wardell Norbert Wex Kent Yagi Tiziano Abdelsalhin Miguel Ángel Aloy Pau Amaro-Seoane Lorenzo Annulli Manuel Arca-Sedda Ibrahima Bah Enrico Barausse 5 Elvis Barakovic Robert Benkel Charles L. Bennett Laura Bernard Sebastiano Bernuzzi Christopher P.L. Berry Emanuele Berti Miguel Bezares Jose Juan Blanco-Pillado Jose Luis Blázquez-Salcedo Matteo Bonetti Mateja Bošković Zeljka Bosnjak Katja Bricman Bernd Brüegmann Pedro R. Capelo Sante Carloni Pablo Cerdá-Durán Christos Charmousis 6 Sylvain Chaty 7 Aurora Clerici Andrew Coates Marta Colleoni Lucas G. Collodel Geoffrey Compère William Cook Isabel Cordero-Carrión Miguel Correia Alvaro De La Cruz-Dombriz Viktor G. Czinner Kyriakos Destounis Kostas Dialektopoulos Daniela Doneva Massimo Dotti Amelia Drew Christopher Eckner James Edholm Roberto Emparan Recai Erdem Miguel Ferreira Pedro G. Ferreira Andrew Finch Jose A. Font Nicola Franchini Kwinten Fransen Dmitry Gal'Tsov Apratim Ganguly Davide Gerosa Kostas Glampedakis Andreja Gomboc Ariel Goobar Leonardo Gualtieri Eduardo Guendelman Francesco Haardt Troels Harmark Filip Hejda Thomas Hertog Seth Hopper Sascha Husa Nada Ihanec Taishi Ikeda Amruta Jaodand Philippe Jetzer Xisco Jimenez-Forteza Marc Kamionkowski David E. Kaplan Stelios Kazantzidis Masashi Kimura Shio Kobayashi Kostas Kokkotas Julian Krolik Jutta Kunz Claus Lämmerzahl Paul Lasky José P.S. Lemos Jackson Levi Said Stefano Liberati Jorge Lopes Raimon Luna Yin-Zhe Ma Elisa Maggio Marina Martinez Montero Andrea Maselli Lucio Mayer Anupam Mazumdar Christopher Messenger Brice Ménard Masato Minamitsuji Christopher J. Moore David Mota Sourabh Nampalliwar Andrea Nerozzi David Nichols Emil Nissimov Martin Obergaulinger Niels A.J. Obers Roberto Oliveri George Pappas Vedad Pasic Hiranya Peiris Tanja Petrushevska Denis Pollney Geraint Pratten Nemanja Rakic Istvan Racz Fethi M. \ Ramazanoğlu Antoni Ramos-Buades Guilherme Raposo Marek Rogatko Dorota Rosinska Stephan Rosswog Ester Ruiz Morales Mairi Sakellariadou Nicolás Sanchis-Gual Om Sharan Salafia Alicia Sintes Majda Smole Carlos Sopuerta Rafael Souza-Lima Marko Stalevski Leo C. Stein Nikolaos Stergioulas Chris Stevens Tomas Tamfal Alejandro Torres-Forné Sergey Tsygankov Kı Vançi. Ünlütürk Rosa Valiante José Velhinho Yosef Verbin Bert Vercnocke Daniele Vernieri Rodrigo Vicente Vincenzo Vitagliano Amanda Weltman Bernard Whiting Andrew Williamson Helvi Witek Aneta Wojnar Kadri Yakut Haopeng Yan Stoycho Yazadjiev Gabrijela Zaharijas Miguel Zilhão
Abstract : The grand challenges of contemporary fundamental physics---dark matter, dark energy, vacuum energy, inflation and early universe cosmology, singularities and the hierarchy problem---all involve gravity as a key component. And of all gravitational phenomena, black holes stand out in their elegant simplicity, while harbouring some of the most remarkable predictions of General Relativity: event horizons, singularities and ergoregions. The hitherto invisible landscape of the gravitational Universe is being unveiled before our eyes: the historical direct detection of gravitational waves by the LIGO-Virgo collaboration marks the dawn of a new era of scientific exploration. Gravitational-wave astronomy will allow us to test models of black hole formation, growth and evolution, as well as models of gravitational-wave generation and propagation. It will provide evidence for event horizons and ergoregions, test the theory of General Relativity itself, and may reveal the existence of new fundamental fields. The synthesis of these results has the potential to radically reshape our understanding of the cosmos and of the laws of Nature. The purpose of this work is to present a concise, yet comprehensive overview of the state of the art in the relevant fields of research, summarize important open problems, and lay out a roadmap for future progress.
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Leor Barack, Vitor Cardoso, Samaya Nissanke, Thomas P. Sotiriou, Abbas Askar, et al.. Black holes, gravitational waves and fundamental physics: a roadmap. 2018. 〈hal-01833690〉

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