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Strong gravity as a probe for fundamental physics

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Low-energy manifestations of quantum gravity or standard model extensions could be effectively modelled as alternative theories of gravity. Gravitational waves offer a new way to test deviations from general relativity. I will discuss, from a theory perspective, the challenges of probing such deviations in the strong field regime. I will also comment on what we have learned so far about alternative theories from the recent gravitational wave detections.

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

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