• Starting date: 2025/03/17
  • End: 2025/03/21

  • LOCATION: Sport & Kurhotel at Bad Moos - Via Val Fiscalina 27, 39030, Sexten


    The research of astrophysical black holes is evolving fast. Detection by gravitational waves reveals information about the mass distribution, binarity and perhaps spin of stellar mass black holes. LISA will reveal similar information about supermassive black holes as well as their immediate stellar, gaseous, and stellar mass black hole environment. This workshop aims at revealing the astrophysics of these objects. From dynamics in dense stellar clusters and accretion disks around supermassive black holes, to the transient phenomena they create: Extreme mass ratio Inspirals (EMRIs), Quasi periodic Eruptions (QPEs), formation of HyperVelocity Stars (HVSs) and Tidal Disruption Events (TDEs). We will discuss the accretional regimes around both stellar mass and supermassive black holes, and discuss star formation, the different evolutionary path of binaries towards gravitational wave emission,and multi-messenger approaches to study these different phenomena with current and future ground-based and space.born facilities, Finally, how supermassive and intermediate mass black holes form is still unclear, and whether or not they are related through the various seeding mechanisms taking place in the high-redshift Universe is another important puzzle that we will attempt to address.

    This workshop is by invite only.


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    Lucio Mayer, Smadar Naoz, Elena Rossi and Re’em Sari