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  • Stanislav Alexeyev, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
  • Dinshaw Balsara, University of Notre Dame, USA
    Higher Order Space-Time Methods in Computational Astrophysics
  • Stefano Ciprini, Italian Space Agency Science Data Center (ASDC), Italy
    The debate on supermassive black hole binary picture: recent examples from high-energy blazars
  • Gregory Comer, Saint Louis University, USA
    An Action Principle for Dissipative General Relativistic Multi-fluids and Plasmas
  • Ramin G. Daghigh, Metropolitan State University, USA
    What can quasinormal modes tell us about the microscopic structure of spacetime?
  • Maria Dainotti, Jagelonian University, Poland
    A fundamental plane for GRB afterglows
  • Plamen P. Fiziev, Sofia University, Bulgaria
    The physics behind GR150914
  • Carlos Frajuca, Sao Paulo Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology, Brazil
    Perspectives on Spherical Gravitational Wave Detectors
  • Ahmad A. Hujeirat, Computational Astrophysics & Cosmology Springer-Verlag, Germany
    Gravitational Waves from Dark Energy Objects
  • Yoshiyuki Inoue, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan
  • Alexander L. Kholmetskii, Belarusian State University, Belarus
    LIGO’s GW150914 and GW151226 signals reproduced under YARK gravitation theory
  • Tomoya Kinugawa, Kyoto University, Japan
    Binary black hole remnants of First stars for the gravitational wave source
  • Archil Kobakhidze, The University of Sydney, Australia
    Exploring fundamental physics with gravitational waves
  • Oleg Korobkin, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
    Macronovae: Electromagnetic Counterparts to Neutron Star Mergers
  • Hao Liu, Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark/Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS, China
    Towards understanding of the LIGO GW events and they peculiarities
  • Jinzhong Liu, National Astronomical Observatories/Xinjiang Observatory, CAS, China
    Binary populaiton studies on GW sources
  • Xiang Liu, Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory, CAS, China
    Search for supermassive binary black hole candidates from the VLBI observations of AGN
  • C. Y. Lo, Applied and Pure Research Institute, USA
    The Necessary Existence of Gravitational Waves and the Repulsive Gravitation
  • Yuqing Lou, Tsinghua University, China
    Dynamic Formation of Black Holes, Instabilities and Gravitational Wave Emissions by Massive Turbulence
  • John Macken, Macken Instruments Inc., USA
    The Connection between Gravitational Waves and Quantum Field Theory
  • Anupam Mazumdar, Lancaster University, UK
  • Tomoki Morokuma, University of Tokyo, Japan
    J-GEM: Optical and Near-Infrared Follow-Up Observations for GW Sources
  • Hiromu Ogawa, Rikkyo University, Japan
    Instability of hairy black holes in shift-symmetric Horndeski theories
  • Milton Ruiz, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
    Multi-messenger astronomy: the new era of gravitational waves and electromagnetic signatures
  • Hiromichi Tagawa, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan
    The merger of GW150914 in gas-rich environment
  • Lev Titarchuk, University of Ferrara, Italy
    Signatures of extragalactic Black Holes (BHs) and their comparison with the Galactic ones
  • Yukio Tomozawa, University of Michigan, USA
    Physical metric, gravitational waves and dark energy
  • Yan Wang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
    Searching for continuous gravitational waves with pulsar timing arrays
  • Changshuo Yan, National Astronomical Observatories, CAS, China
    A brief review of Super massive binary black hole
  • Rongjia Yang, Hebei University, China
    Effects of quantum fluctuations of metric on the universe and the gravitational Wave
  • Shenghua Yu, National Astronomical Observatories, CAS, China