BritGrav 10 will take place in Dublin on April 6th and 7th, 2010. The conference is jointly hosted by the School of Mathematical Sciences, Dublin City University and the School of Mathematical Sciences, University College Dublin. It will take place in the Gallery at the Helix on the DCU campus.
The BritGrav conference series is dedicated to bringing together the gravitational research community of the UK, Ireland and beyond, and to providing a forum for the exchange of ideas. It aims to cover all aspects of gravitational physics — both theoretical and experimental — and related areas of mathematics. In particular, the series provides an opportunity for young researchers, both students and post-docs, to present their work to the regional gravitational research community.
The conference will open at 10.30am (registration and coffee) on Tuesday 6th April, with the scientific programme commencing at 11.10am. The conference will close at 4.30pm on Wednesday 7th.
Information regarding registration, abstract submission, travel and accommodation can be found at
In selecting the programme, preference will be given to junior researchers (postgraduate students and post-doctoral researchers). There will be a prize, sponsored by Classical and Quantum Gravity, for the best student presentation.
A limited amount of funding will be available from the Gravitational Physics Group of the Institute of Physics to assist with travel and accommodation costs for research students. See the conference registration webpage for details.
Registration will open in the first week of February; please check the website for updates.
We look forward to seeing you in Dublin.
Marc Casals (DCU)
Brien Nolan (DCU)
Adrian Ottewill (UCD)