Advances and Challenges in Computational General Relativity

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Location:  Providence, RI, USA

This workshop at Brown University will focus on the application of numerical techniques to binary blackhole simulations, extreme mass ratio inspirals, waveform analysis, and alternative formulations of the Einstein equations. Limited travel support for students and postdocs may be available. Please contact the organizers to inquire.

Tentative participants

Thomas Baumgarte (Bowdoin College)
David Brown (North Carolina State University)
Luisa Buchman (California Institute of Technology)
Alessandra Buonanno (University of Maryland)
Manuela Campanelli (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Snorre Christiansen (University of Oslo)
Matt Duez (Washington State University)
Scott Field (Brown University)
Chad Galley (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Mark Hannam (Cardiff)
Frank Herrmann (University of Maryland)
Mike Holst (University of California San Diego)
Jan Hesthaven (Brown University)
Scott Hughes (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Gharav Khanna (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth)
Larry Kidder (Cornell)
Pablo Laguna (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Stephen Lau (University of New Mexico)
Geoffrey Lovelace (Cornell University)
Abdul Mroue (Canadian Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics)
Christian Ott (California Institute of Technology)
Harald Pfeiffer (Canadian Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics)
Richard Price (University of Texas at Brownsville)
Mark Scheel (Caltech)
Masaru Shibata (Kyoto University)
Deirdre Shoemaker (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Bela Szilagyi (California Institute of Technology)
Nick Taylor (California Institute of Technology)
Saul Teukolsky (Cornell University)
Manuel Tiglio (University of Maryland)
Gerhard Zumbusch (University of Jena)