Magnetic and Newtonian noises in Advanced Virgo: evaluation and mitigation strategies

@inproceedings{Cirone2020MagneticAN,
  title={Magnetic and Newtonian noises in Advanced Virgo: evaluation and mitigation strategies},
  author={A Cirone},
  year={2020}
}
In the present study, I table the first detailed estimation of the magnetic noise contribution to the Advanced Virgo sensitivity to gravitational waves. I tackle the topic by performing experimental assessments and numerical finite element simulations, all accompanied by careful data analysis. Results suggest that the magnetic noise impact for Advanced Virgo is not dramatic, but it will eventually be a considerable issue once the detector will approach its final design. In anticipation of that… 

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