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Cosmology with the LISA mission

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LISA , the future GW interferometer in space to be flown by the European Space Agency in the middle 2030s, will detect gravitational waves in the milli-Hz frequency band. Though not designed for it, LISA has the potential for cosmological applications, as a probe of both the early universe and the late universe. I will present the results of some of the current projects I’m working on, aimed at exploring the potential of the LISA mission as a cosmological observable.

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