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Maximally constraining dark energy

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In this talk I will sketch how we can test large-scale gravity with unprecedented precision by combining new gravitational wave measurements, observational bounds from cosmology, and novel particle theory inspired insights, in particular allowing us to zoom in on the nature of dark energy. In doing so, I will highlight the interplay between gravitational wave constraints on cosmological gravity post-GW170817, data constraints from cosmic microwave background and galaxy clustering measurements, and novel theoretical priors on theories of dark energy (ranging from purely classical stability requirements to radiative stability- and positivity-related priors).

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

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