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Multi-messenger cosmology: A new frontier

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Cosmic microwave background and large scale structure observations have played a crucial role in constructing the standard model of cosmology. Discovery of astrophysical gravitational waves has opened a new avenue to explore the cosmos using transients. In my talk, I will discuss a few new frontiers in the field of physical cosmology and fundamental physics which can be explored using gravitational waves from the ongoing LIGO -Virgo observatory and with the future gravitational wave missions such as LISA , Einstein Telescope and Cosmic Explorer. I will elucidate the existence of synergies between the electromagnetic signals and gravitational wave signals and its importance in understanding the standard model of cosmology.

This talk is part of the DAMTP Friday GR Seminar series.

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