The purpose of the Workshop is to bring together researchers and metrologists in scientific areas related to the observation of gravitational waves by interferometry. The primary interest of the metrology is related to lasers and laser-detector measurements and related optics. The ultimate goal of the workshop is twofold: (1) to improve the ability of gravitational wave observatories to identify events, and (2) to improve our ability to extract source parameters such as the distance from Earth from the gravitational wave signals.
The benefit of the GO Workshop is to share knowledge and experience among researchers and metrologists so that resources may be used efficiently and for maximum impact for gravitational wave science in the US and around the world.
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