Time  Speaker  Title  Resources  

09:30 to 11:00  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries (Lecture 1) Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:


11:00 to 11:30    Tea/coffee break  
11:30 to 13:00  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity (Lecture 1) Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:


13:00 to 14:00    Lunch  
14:00 to 15:30  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:


15:30 to 16:00    Tea/coffee break  
16:00 to 17:30  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:

Time  Speaker  Title  Resources  

09:30 to 11:00  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries (Lecture 2) Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:


11:00 to 11:30    Tea/coffee break  
11:30 to 13:00  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity (Lecture 2) Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:


13:00 to 14:00    Lunch  
14:00 to 15:30  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:


15:30 to 16:00    Tea/coffee break  
16:00 to 17:30  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:

Time  Speaker  Title  Resources  

09:30 to 11:00  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries (Lecture 3) Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:


11:00 to 11:30    Tea/coffee break  
11:30 to 13:00  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity (Lecture 3) Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:


13:00 to 14:00    Lunch  
14:00 to 15:30  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:


15:30 to 16:00    Tea/coffee break  
16:00 to 17:30  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:

Time  Speaker  Title  Resources  

09:30 to 11:00  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries (Lecture 4) Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:


11:00 to 11:30    Tea/coffee break  
11:30 to 13:00  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity (Lecture 4) Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:


13:00 to 14:00    Lunch  
14:00 to 15:30  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:
Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity 

15:30 to 16:00    Tea/coffee break  
16:00 to 17:30  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:

Time  Speaker  Title  Resources  

09:30 to 11:00  Luc Blanchet 
Course 3 Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiralling compact binaries (Lecture 5) Quadrupole formula, effect of GWs on matter, problem of the generation of GWs; and more advanced ones: postNewtonian methods, the multipolar postMinkowskian expansion, problem of motion, applications to compact binary systems, Fokker Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, effects of spins and internal structure. References:
Preparatory material:


11:00 to 11:30    Tea/coffee break  
11:30 to 13:00  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:


13:00 to 14:00    Lunch  
14:00 to 15:30  Adam Pound 
Course 4 Selfforce and radiation reaction in general relativity (Lecture 6) Overview of extreme mass ratio inspirals. Perturbation theory in GR. Orbital dynamics in Schwarzschild and Kerr spacetime. The adiabatic approximation. Foundations of selfforce theory: matched asymptotic expansions. Practical methods: puncture scheme and modesum regularization. References:


15:30 to 16:00    Tea/coffee break 