1st European Physical Society Conference on Gravitation, Rome, Italy

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Date:  2019-02-19  -  2019-02-21

Location:  Rome, Italy

This is the second announcement of the 1st European Physical Society Conference on Gravitation to be held at the Sapienza University (Rome, Italy) from February 19th to February 21st, 2019.

The conference is organized by the Gravity Division of the European Physical Society and it is focused around key topics introduced by invited speakers and followed by contributed talks.

It is divided in the following sessions:
Gravity: Theory
Gravity: Experiments
Beyond Einstein’s Gravity
Gravitational Waves
General Relativity and Cosmology

Registration is now open and the submission of abstract for talks and posters is welcome on the session topics.

The deadline for abstract submission is January 7th, 2019, the deadline for early registration and registration of students is January 11th, 2019.

Invited Speakers:

Gravity: Theory
– Mathematical Relativity: Piotr T. Chrusciel — University of Vienna
– Numerical Relativity: Luciano Rezzolla — Goethe University of Frankfurt
– Quantum Gravity: Alejandro Perez — Aix-Marseille University

Gravity: Experiments
– Geodesy: Juergen Mueller – Leibniz Universität Hannover
– Gravity with cold atoms: Claus Lämmerzahl – University of Bremen
– Gravity on antimatter: Michal Doser – CERN

Beyond Einstein’s gravity
– String theory: Marika Taylor – University of Southampton
– Modified gravity: Vitor Cardoso – Instituto Superior Tecnico Lisboa
– Massive Gravity: Claudia de Rham – Imperial College London

Gravitational Waves – GW
– GWs on the Earth: Giovanni Losurdo – Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sez. Pisa
– GWs in the Space: Karsten Danzmann – Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik , Hannover
– EPTA/SKA: Gemma Janssen – Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy

General Relativity and Cosmology
– Dark Energy Survey and weak-lensing: Hendrik Hildebrandt – University of Bonn
– Measurement of PPN parameters with radio links in space: Luciano Iess – Sapienza University of Rome
– Microscope satellite results: Joel Berge – ONERA, the French Aerospace Lab.

The LOC and the SOC are looking forward to welcoming you in Rome.