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Date: 2015-09-21 - 2015-09-25
Location: Hamburg, Germany

Minisymposium on Mathematical General Relativity at the Annual Meeting of the German Mathematical Society, Hamburg

There will be a minisymposium on Mathematical General Relativity at the Annual Meeting of the German Mathematical Society (DMV) in Hamburg from 21 to 25 September 2015. The minisymposium will take place on 22 and 23 September. Please see the conference website for further details. Note the early registration deadline on 15 June.

Speakers:
Marcus Ansorg (Jena): High-accuracy methods for black-hole perturbations: quasi-normal-modes filtering
Carla Cederbaum (Tübingen): Uniqueness of photon spheres in static vacuum isolated systems
Roland Donninger (Bonn): Blowup results for nonlinear wave equations
Helmut Friedrich (AEI Potsdam): Some global results and problems for Einstein’s field equations
Domenico Giulini (Hannover/Bremen): Aspects of 3-manifold theory in general relativity
Carsten Gundlach (Southampton): Critical phenomena in gravitational collapse
Juliette Hell (FU Berlin): Chaotic heteroclinic structure for extreme gravity models
Gustav Holzegel (Imperial, London): Recent progress in the black hole stability problem
Jutta Kunz (Oldenburg): Hairy black holes
Stefan Liebscher (FU Berlin): The tumbling universe: cosmological models in the big-bang limit
Reinhard Meinel (Jena): Constructive proof of the no-hair theorem
Dirk Pützfeld (Bremen): Test body motion in gravity

Organisers:
Oliver Rinne and Lars Andersson (AEI Potsdam)


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