This is the final program for the workshop (including all abstracts) in pdf format. Please remember that afternoon sessions will mostly be reserved for informal discussions.

**Monday: Present and future experimental tests of GR**

**Location: Yerby Conference Center (special location for this day only!)**

**8:30-8:50** Emanuele Berti: *Welcome*

**8:50-9:40 **Cliff Burgess: *Effective field theories and modified gravity: A bad cop wrapped in a wet blanket standing in a cold shower*

**9:40-10:30 **Norbert Wex: *Tests of gravity from radio pulsars*

**10:30-10:50 ***Coffee break*

**10:50-11:40 **Pedro Ferreira: *Testing general relativity with cosmology*

**11:40-12:30 **Nico Yunes: *Gravitational wave tests of general relativity*

**2:00pm** Bangalore Sathyaprakash (**Discussion**): *Testing strong field gravity: Expectations from ground- and space-based gravitational-wave detectors
*Discussion panel slides

**Tuesday: Systematic errors in GR; data analysis issues
**

**Location: Student Union**

**8:30-9:10** Chris Van den Broeck: *Testing the strong-field dynamics of general relativity with gravitational wave signals from coalescing compact binaries. I. Basic framework.*

**9:10-10:00** Tjonnie Li: *Testing the strong-field dynamics of general relativity with gravitational wave signals from coalescing compact binaries. II. The TIGER data analysis pipeline.*

**10:00-10:20 ***Coffee break*

**10:20-11:10** Tyson Littenberg: *Evidence you can trust through detailed modeling of GW data*

**11:10-12:00** Antonio De Felice: *Review of modified gravity models*

**2:00pm** Neil Cornish: *Discussion*

**Wednesday: Overview of alternative theories
Location: Student Union
**

**8:30-9:20** Vitor Cardoso: *Precision gravitational-wave astrophysics*

**9:20-10:10** Andrew Matas: *Observational tests of massive gravity and galileons
*

**10:10-10:30**

*Coffee break*

**10:30-11:20**Michael Horbatsch:

*Scalar-tensor gravity*

**11:20-12:10**Enrico Barausse:

*Astrophysical consequences of Lorentz violations in gravity*

**12:10-1:00**Flavio de Sousa Coelho:

*n-DBI gravity*

**2:30pm** Leo Stein: *Discussion*

**Thursday: Compact objects in alternative theories
Location: Student Union
**

**8:30-9:10** Richard O’Shaughnessy: *Disentangling astrophysics from gravity*

**9:10-9:50** Kostas Kokkotas: *Rotating relativistic stars: Equilibrium configurations and instabilities*

**9:50-10:30** Hajime Sotani: *Stellar oscillations in scalar-tensor theory
*

**10:30-10:50**

*Coffee break*

**10:50-11:30**Kent Yagi:

*Strong-field tests of gravity with universal relations in neutron stars and quark stars*

**11:30-12:10**Ryan Lang:

*Compact binaries in scalar-tensor gravity: Equations of motion and tensor gravitational waves to high post-Newtonian order*

**2:00pm** Paolo Pani (**Discussion**): *Parametrizing compact objects in modified gravity: where do we stand?*

**Friday: ****Numerical simulations and strong-field dynamics
Location: Student Union
**

**8:30-9:10** Ulrich Sperhake: *Black-hole binary inspiral and merger in scalar-tensor theory of gravity* (animation)

**9:10-9:50** Pablo Laguna: *Merger of binary black holes in scalar-tensor theories of gravity
*

**9:50-10:10**

*Coffee break*

**10:10-11:00**Helvi Witek:

*Black holes as observatories for beyond-standard model physics*

**11:00-11:40**Hirotada Okawa:

*Collapse of self-interacting fundamental fields in asymptotically flat spacetimes*(animation)

**1:00pm** Ulrich Sperhake: *Discussion*