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Gravitational-wave generation beyond General Relativity

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I will motivate why and how General Relativity can be classically extended and how the generation of gravitational waves can be modified. I will review how these differences can be perturbative or non-perturbative according to the specific theory under scrutiny, and show how non-linearities can become important in the merger of compact objects. I will discuss the future prospects of testing General relativity with next generation interferometers

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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