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=== Overview ===
 * FPC is approved under [[KAGRA/KSC|KSC]] in Dec/2018 with the following initial members:
  * Sadakazu Haino(Chair), Chunglee Kim, Kentaro Komori, Yuta Michimura, Matteo Leonardi, Atsushi Nishizawa, RDC chair
 * Any comments/questions/requests from anyone are much appreciated and can be sent to the dedicated Mailing List
  * ksc-fpc _at_ icrr.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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 * [[https://gwdoc.icrr.u-tokyo.ac.jp/cgi-bin/private/DocDB/ShowDocument?docid=8427|Observation scenario including LIGO/Virgo O5 upgrades]]
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=== White paper ===
  * Scientific motivation
  * Survey of the current technologies (price and readiness)
  * Limits of the current facility
  * Trade-off studies
  * Time scale of plans: near-term(more realistic) and longer-term(some dreams)
  * Back up plans
  * R&Ds to be done : input to the PRDC
  * Budget estimate
  * Project execution plan
=== LIGO-Virgo white papers ===
 * LIGO Instrument science white paper (2017): [[https://dcc.ligo.org/public/0142/T1700231/003/T1700231-v3.pdf|LIGO-T1700231–v2]]
 * LIGO Instrument science white paper (2018): [[https://dcc.ligo.org/public/0151/T1800133/004/T1800133-instrument-science-white-v4.pdf|LIGO-T1800133–v3]]

 * The LSC-Virgo White Paper on Gravitational Wave Data Analysis and Astrophysics (July 2017 edition): [[https://dcc.ligo.org/public/0142/T1700214/004/WP17.pdf|LIGO–T1700214-v4]] VIR-0435D-17
 * The LSC-Virgo White Paper on Gravitational Wave Data Analysis and Astrophysics (Summer 2018 edition): [[https://dcc.ligo.org/public/0150/T1800058/002/WP18.pdf|LIGO–T1800058-v2]] VIR-0119B-18


=== Draft of white paper ===
 * Link to Overleaf: https://www.overleaf.com/project/5c091fbd8795b4614778100c
 * Link to Dropbox (backup): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ry8x2x5wco4xbxx/AAAy782OD9Mhbca7Cov0Ws5Oa?dl=0


=== White paper plan ===
 * Scientific motivation
   * Stellar-mass BBH
     * formation scenarios
     * population (parameter estimation)
     * stocastic background
     * host galaxy identification
   * Intermediate-mass BBH
     * formation scenarios
     * polulation (parameter estimation)
   * BNS and BHNS
     * binary evolution
     * population (parameter estimation)
     * NS EOS and tidal deformation
     * short gamma-ray burst
     * kilonova
     * stocastic background
   * Accereting binaries
     * low-mass x-ray binaries
   * Isolated NS
     * NS remnant
     * magnetar flare
     * stellar oscillation
   * Supernova
     * explosion models
     * polarization
   * Cosmic string
     * bursts from kinks and cusps
     * stochastic background
   * Pulsar
     * pulsar ellipticity (continuous)
     * pulsar glitches (burst)
   * Cosmological stochastic background
     * inflation
     * phase transition
   * Test of gravity
     * generation in strong field
     * propagation
     * polarization
     * BH no-hair theorem (ringdown)
   * Cosmology
     * Hubble constant measurement
   * Others
     * BH echo
     * fast radio burst
 * Survey of the current technologies (price and readiness)
  * High power laser (how much power? stability?) [Haino?]
  * Parametric instabilty vs power, mitigation schemes [Michimura? KYamamoto?]
  * Squeezing (squeezing level, losses) [Matteo, Eleonora]
  * Filter cavity (losses) [Matteo, Eleonora]
  * Mirror (mass, coating, absorption) [Hirose?]
  * Suspending larger mirror [Okutomi?]
  * Suspension design for suspension thermal noise reduction (upper stage masses, sapphire blades, ribbon design) [Tomaru?]
  * Improving heat conductivity of sapphire fibers [Tomaru?]
  * Extreme RSE (high SRM reflectivity possible?) [Michimura?]
  * Technological noises at low frequencies [Michimura?]
  * Newtonian noise cancellation [Nishizawa?]
  * Technologies to accerelate commissioning work (e.g. machine learning for auto alignment)
  * Technologies to improve stability
  * Technologies to improve duty cycle
  * Technologies to reduce calibration error
 * Status of the current facility
  * TUN
  * FCL
  * VAC
  * CRY [Tomaru]
  * VIS [Takahashi, Aso]
  * MIR [Hirose]
  * LAS [Mio]
  * IOO [Kokeyama, Somiya]
  * AOS [Akutsu]
  * ...
 * Limits of the current facility
  * Mirror size in cryostat [KYamamoto?]
  * Filter cavity length [Matteo?]
  * Computing resources [Chunglee?]
 * Trade-off studies
 * Time scale of plans: near-term(more realistic) and longer-term(some dreams)
 * Back up plans
 * R&Ds to be done : input to the PRDC
 * Budget estimate
 * Project execution plan
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    * Work in progress draft to be presented @ KIW in Feb 2019 : Feedbacks from Virgo
    * First draft to be circulated @ April 2019 F2F
    * Final version to be put for approval @ Aug 2019 F2F
 * Work in progress draft to be presented @ KIW in Feb 2019 : Feedbacks from Virgo
 * First draft to be circulated @ April 2019 F2F
 * Final version to be put for approval @ Aug 2019 F2F

Future Planning Committee (FPC) working wiki

Overview

  • FPC is approved under KSC in Dec/2018 with the following initial members:

    • Sadakazu Haino(Chair), Chunglee Kim, Kentaro Komori, Yuta Michimura, Matteo Leonardi, Atsushi Nishizawa, RDC chair
  • Any comments/questions/requests from anyone are much appreciated and can be sent to the dedicated Mailing List
    • ksc-fpc _at_ icrr.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Starting points

LIGO-Virgo white papers

  • LIGO Instrument science white paper (2017): LIGO-T1700231–v2

  • LIGO Instrument science white paper (2018): LIGO-T1800133–v3

  • The LSC-Virgo White Paper on Gravitational Wave Data Analysis and Astrophysics (July 2017 edition): LIGO–T1700214-v4 VIR-0435D-17

  • The LSC-Virgo White Paper on Gravitational Wave Data Analysis and Astrophysics (Summer 2018 edition): LIGO–T1800058-v2 VIR-0119B-18

Draft of white paper

White paper plan

  • Scientific motivation
    • Stellar-mass BBH
      • formation scenarios
      • population (parameter estimation)
      • stocastic background
      • host galaxy identification
    • Intermediate-mass BBH
      • formation scenarios
      • polulation (parameter estimation)
    • BNS and BHNS
      • binary evolution
      • population (parameter estimation)
      • NS EOS and tidal deformation
      • short gamma-ray burst
      • kilonova
      • stocastic background
    • Accereting binaries
      • low-mass x-ray binaries
    • Isolated NS
      • NS remnant
      • magnetar flare
      • stellar oscillation
    • Supernova
      • explosion models
      • polarization
    • Cosmic string
      • bursts from kinks and cusps
      • stochastic background
    • Pulsar
      • pulsar ellipticity (continuous)
      • pulsar glitches (burst)
    • Cosmological stochastic background
      • inflation
      • phase transition
    • Test of gravity
      • generation in strong field
      • propagation
      • polarization
      • BH no-hair theorem (ringdown)
    • Cosmology
      • Hubble constant measurement
    • Others
      • BH echo
      • fast radio burst
  • Survey of the current technologies (price and readiness)
    • High power laser (how much power? stability?) [Haino?]
    • Parametric instabilty vs power, mitigation schemes [Michimura? KYamamoto?]
    • Squeezing (squeezing level, losses) [Matteo, Eleonora]
    • Filter cavity (losses) [Matteo, Eleonora]
    • Mirror (mass, coating, absorption) [Hirose?]
    • Suspending larger mirror [Okutomi?]
    • Suspension design for suspension thermal noise reduction (upper stage masses, sapphire blades, ribbon design) [Tomaru?]
    • Improving heat conductivity of sapphire fibers [Tomaru?]
    • Extreme RSE (high SRM reflectivity possible?) [Michimura?]
    • Technological noises at low frequencies [Michimura?]
    • Newtonian noise cancellation [Nishizawa?]
    • Technologies to accerelate commissioning work (e.g. machine learning for auto alignment)
    • Technologies to improve stability
    • Technologies to improve duty cycle
    • Technologies to reduce calibration error
  • Status of the current facility
    • TUN
    • FCL
    • VAC
    • CRY [Tomaru]
    • VIS [Takahashi, Aso]
    • MIR [Hirose]
    • LAS [Mio]
    • IOO [Kokeyama, Somiya]
    • AOS [Akutsu]
    • ...
  • Limits of the current facility
    • Mirror size in cryostat [KYamamoto?]
    • Filter cavity length [Matteo?]
    • Computing resources [Chunglee?]
  • Trade-off studies
  • Time scale of plans: near-term(more realistic) and longer-term(some dreams)
  • Back up plans
  • R&Ds to be done : input to the PRDC

  • Budget estimate
  • Project execution plan

Schedule for the white paper

  • Work in progress draft to be presented @ KIW in Feb 2019 : Feedbacks from Virgo
  • First draft to be circulated @ April 2019 F2F
  • Final version to be put for approval @ Aug 2019 F2F

KAGRA/KSC/FPC (last edited 2019-08-26 22:52:25 by SadakazuHaino)