Jul 11 – 13, 2023
Amsterdam, NL
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

The first Multi-Messenger Continuous Gravitational-Wave Workshop will be held from 11-13 July 2023 at Nikhef/ University of Amsterdam.

The first aim of this workshop is to bring together people inside and outside the LIGO/Virgo/KAGRA collaborations working on anything related to continuous gravitational waves, and to facilitate connections with astronomers that provide the necessary electromagnetic observations that enable us to search for continuous waves.

The second aim of this workshop is to create a tutorials about how continuous-wave data analysis is done that will be accessible to anyone interested in getting involved in searches for continuous waves, as well as to broaden the understanding even amongst continuous-wave scientists about how these searches actually work.

We welcome abstracts from the community, and especially for early career scientists, for whom we hope to be able to provide some registration fee waivers. If you would like to request this support, please indicate so upon registering. 

Early Registration deadline: June 1, 23:59 CEST

If you applied for a registration fee waiver and haven't yet heard back, that is ok. We will send emails on Friday to those that received and those that did not receive the waiver, and for those that did not receive the waiver, they may pay the early registration fee amount up to a week after the early registration deadline.

Registration deadline: July 1, 23:59 CEST

Invited Speakers:

  • Joseph Bayley (University of Glasgow)
  • David Keitel (University of the Balearic Islands)
  • Andrzej Krolak (Polish Academy of Sciences)
  • Ansel Neunzert (Caltech)
  • Andrea Possenti (INAF, Cagliari) 
  • Danny Steeghs (University of Warkwick) 



  • Review on continuous gravitational-wave searches
  • Radio pulsar timing
  • Scorpius X-1
  • Neutron star astrophysics
  • NANOGrav data analysis and results
  • Gravitational-wave probes of dark matter and primordial black holes
  • Direct detection of dark matter
  • Detector characterization for continuous-wave searches
  • Multi-messenger probes of neutron star Equation of States


We look forward to welcoming you in Amsterdam!

LOC: Andreas Freise, Andrew Miller (chair), Chris van den Broek

SOC: Pippa Cole, Andrew Miller (chair), Cristiano Palomba



Amsterdam, NL
Science Park 123 1098 XG Amsterdam Netherlands
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