More and more interesting gravitational wave events have been found by ground-based gravitational wave detectors. With the success of Lisa Pathfinder, Taiji-1 and Tianqin-1, more and more countries and research teams join in the research of space gravitational wave detection. Currently, LISA, Taiji and Tianqin are the three most promising space gravitational wave detection projects. It is very possible that the space gravitational wave detector will become a reality in 10 years. Gravitational wave template is an important basis for gravitational wave data processing. This talk will introduce the current situation of ground gravitational wave detection and data analysis, the requirements of gravitational wave template by the space gravitational wave detection, and the challenges and current development of the gravitational wave template research.
Zhoujian Cao, Professor of Beijing Normal University. He got his PhD from Beijing Normal University in 2006. After that he focused on the research of numerical relativity and gravitational wave astronomy. He and his collaborators in Jena University, Germany developed a new numerical relativity scheme named Z4c. Z4c can significantly improve the calculation accuracy of numerical relativity and has been widely adopted now among the numerical relativity community around the world. He and his coworkers, especially Wenbiao Han, developed a new waveform template for gravitational wave data analysis for eccentric compact binary coalescence, SEOBNRE. The template SEOBNRE has attracted much attention among the gravitational wave astronomy community. Especially SEOBNRE has been applied to real LIGO data analysis by a research group in Australia.