Jul 5 – 10, 2021
Europe/Rome timezone

Probing Supermassive blackholes with LISA

Jul 6, 2021, 7:20 AM
20m
Talk in the parallel session Planning Gravitational Wave detections form LISA Planning Gravitational Wave Detections form LISA

Speaker

Srija Chakraborty (Scuola Normale Superiore)

Description

We study hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy formation, based on the GADGET-3 code, and investigate supermassive black hole binaries coalescence at $5.5 and for the thermal feedback model to be between 100 to 500 in the same chirp mass range. We stress the comparisons to be made between simulations of same resolution: kinetic with $R_{smooth}$= 1ckpc/h and thermal with $R_{smooth}$=0.5 ckpc/h.
For each model, we estimate the expected characteristic strain of gravitational waves emitted by supermassive black hole binary mergers, the time to coalesce, and the expected number of resolved events and compare our predictions with the LISA sensitivity and resolution.
We further investigate the host galaxy properties for the events detectable by LISA and make predictions of the electromagnetic counter parts expected events to be detected by other electromagnetic instruments operating along the proposed operational time of LISA and present a panoramic view of merger events through different detectors.

Primary authors

Srija Chakraborty (Scuola Normale Superiore) Dr Simona Gallerani (Scuola Normale Superiore)

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