Cosmology with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna

Pierre Auclair, David Bacon, Tessa Baker, Tiago Barreiro, Nicola Bartolo, Enis Belgacem, Nicola Bellomo, Ido Ben-Dayan, Daniele Bertacca, Marc Besancon, Jose J. Blanco-Pillado, Diego Blas, Guillaume Boileau, Gianluca Calcagni, Robert Caldwell, Chiara Caprini, Carmelita Carbone, Chia Feng Chang, Hsin Yu Chen, Nelson ChristensenSebastien Clesse, Denis Comelli, Giuseppe Congedo, Carlo Contaldi, Marco Crisostomi, Djuna Croon, Yanou Cui, Giulia Cusin, Daniel Cutting, Charles Dalang, Valerio De Luca, Walter Del Pozzo, Vincent Desjacques, Emanuela Dimastrogiovanni, Glauber C. Dorsch, Jose Maria Ezquiaga, Matteo Fasiello, Daniel G. Figueroa, Raphael Flauger, Gabriele Franciolini, Noemi Frusciante, Jacopo Fumagalli, Juan García-Bellido, Oliver Gould, Daniel Holz, Laura Iacconi, Rajeev Kumar Jain, Alexander C. Jenkins, Ryusuke Jinno, Cristian Joana, Nikolaos Karnesis, Thomas Konstandin, Kazuya Koyama, Jonathan Kozaczuk, Sachiko Kuroyanagi, Danny Laghi, Marek Lewicki, Lucas Lombriser, Eric Madge, Michele Maggiore, Ameek Malhotra, Michele Mancarella, Vuk Mandic, Alberto Mangiagli, Sabino Matarrese, Anupam Mazumdar, Suvodip Mukherjee, Ilia Musco, Germano Nardini*, Jose Miguel No, Theodoros Papanikolaou, Marco Peloso, Mauro Pieroni, Luigi Pilo, Alvise Raccanelli, Sébastien Renaux-Petel, Arianna I. Renzini, Angelo Ricciardone, Antonio Riotto, Joseph D. Romano, Rocco Rollo, Alberto Roper Pol, Ester Ruiz Morales, Mairi Sakellariadou, Ippocratis D. Saltas, Marco Scalisi, Kai Schmitz, Pedro Schwaller, Olga Sergijenko, Geraldine Servant, Peera Simakachorn, Lorenzo Sorbo, Lara Sousa, Lorenzo Speri, Danièle A. Steer, Nicola Tamanini, Gianmassimo Tasinato, Jesús Torrado, Caner Unal, Vincent Vennin, Daniele Vernieri, Filippo Vernizzi, Marta Volonteri, Jeremy M. Wachter, David Wands, Lukas T. Witkowski, Miguel Zumalacárregui, James Annis, Fëanor Reuben Ares, Pedro P. Avelino, Anastasios Avgoustidis, Enrico Barausse, Alexander Bonilla, Camille Bonvin, Pasquale Bosso, Matteo Calabrese, Mesut Çalışkan, Jose A.R. Cembranos, Mikael Chala, David Chernoff, Katy Clough, Alexander Criswell, Saurya Das, Antonio da Silva, Pratika Dayal, Valerie Domcke, Ruth Durrer, Richard Easther, Stephanie Escoffier, Sandrine Ferrans, Chris Fryer, Jonathan Gair, Chris Gordon, Martin Hendry, Mark Hindmarsh, Deanna C. Hooper, Eric Kajfasz, Joachim Kopp, Savvas M. Koushiappas, Utkarsh Kumar, Martin Kunz, Macarena Lagos, Marc Lilley, Joanes Lizarraga, Francisco S.N. Lobo, Azadeh Maleknejad, C. J.A.P. Martins, P. Daniel Meerburg, Renate Meyer, José Pedro Mimoso, Savvas Nesseris, Nelson Nunes, Vasilis Oikonomou, Giorgio Orlando, Ogan Özsoy, Fabio Pacucci, Antonella Palmese, Antoine Petiteau, Lucas Pinol, Simon Portegies Zwart, Geraint Pratten, Tomislav Prokopec, John Quenby, Saeed Rastgoo, Diederik Roest, Kari Rummukainen, Carlo Schimd, Aurélia Secroun, Alberto Sesana, Carlos F. Sopuerta, Ismael Tereno, Andrew Tolley, Jon Urrestilla, Elias C. Vagenas, Jorinde van de Vis, Rien van de Weygaert, Barry Wardell, David J. Weir, Graham White, Bogumiła Świeżewska, Valery I. Zhdanov

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Abstract

The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) has two scientific objectives of cosmological focus: to probe the expansion rate of the universe, and to understand stochastic gravitational-wave backgrounds and their implications for early universe and particle physics, from the MeV to the Planck scale. However, the range of potential cosmological applications of gravitational-wave observations extends well beyond these two objectives. This publication presents a summary of the state of the art in LISA cosmology, theory and methods, and identifies new opportunities to use gravitational-wave observations by LISA to probe the universe.

Original languageEnglish
Article number5
JournalLiving Reviews in Relativity
Volume26
Issue number1
Early online date28 Aug 2023
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023

Keywords

  • Cosmology
  • Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA)

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