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Perspectives for studying the population of Gamma Ray Bursts in the radio band.

Giancarlo Ghirlanda

Gamma Ray Burst studies in the radio band will benefit from the advent of the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) and its precursors. Observations from the early phase of the afterglow emission to late time calorimetry will unveil several physical aspects of the afterglow emission and constrain the GRB global parameters. I will present the perspectives for studying GRB afterglow emission in the radio band based on population synthesis models. The synergy of SKA with forthcoming optical/X-ray and gamma-ray observations is discussed also in light of the possible detection, by deep/wide field surveys, of the parent population of GRBs (so called orphan afterglows).