Contact:  edward.wilson-ewing[AT]unb.caLocation:  Fredericton, Canada
The 2019 Atlantic General Relativity Meeting will be held from Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31 at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
As in previous years, the theme of Atlantic GR will be all aspects of classical and quantum gravity. The meeting will be split in two parts, a workshop and a conference.
For the workshop, on Monday postdoctoral fellows will give introductory lectures at the graduate student level to a variety of topics in gravitational physics, while during the workshop on Tuesday and Wednesday there will be three series of lectures given by Robert Brandenberger (McGill University), Badri Krishnan (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics), and Etera Livine (Ecole Normale Superieure – Lyon).
The conference will be held on the Thursday and Friday; everyone who wishes to give a talk will be given the opportunity to do so. There will be no registration fee for either the workshop or the conference.
We expect funding to partially subsidize on-campus accommodation for students. If you wish to request this support, please request on-campus accommodation when registering.
Both the conference and the workshop are sponsored by the Atlantic Association of Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences (AARMS), the University of New Brunswick, and the Perimeter Institute.
For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.math.unb.ca/~gravity/agr19/overview.html