C7 multi-messenger astronomy of GW sources
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We summarise the parallel session C7 Multi-Messenger Astronomy of GW Sources in the GR20 Amaldi 10 Conference. The talks in this session covered a wide range of topics in multi-messenger astronomy.
KeywordsMulti-messenger Gravitational waves Electromagnetic emission
M. Branchesi, B. M. Ziosi and M. Mapelli acknowledge financial support from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) through grant FIRB 2012 RBFR12PM1F. B. M. Ziosi acknowledges financial support from Padova University through Strategic Project AACSE. M. Mapelli acknowledges financial support from INAF through grant PRIN-2011-1. B. M. Ziosi and M. Mapelli acknowledge the CINECA Award N. HP10B3BJEW, HP10CLI3BX, HP10CXB7O8, HP10C894X7, HP10CGUBV0, HP10CP6XSO and HP10C3ANJY for the availability of high performance computing resources and support. The work of Adam Zadrożny was supported by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education Grant No. DPN/N176/VIRGO/2009. This work has been partially financed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education in 2009-2013 as a research project and by POLISH-SWISS ASTRO PROJECT cofound under the Swiss program of cooperation with new member states of European Union.
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