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Date: 2021-09-13 - 2021-09-16
Location: online

Spanish Portuguese Relativity Meeting 2021 (EREP2021; online)

The Spanish-Portuguese Relativity Meetings are annual conferences on General Relativity and Gravitation that date back to 1977. They are organized each year by one of the different groups doing research on Relativity and Gravitation in Portugal and Spain. The 2021 meeting will be hosted by the gravity group at the University of Aveiro.

In 2021, we celebrate the outstanding developments of the field, from the observations of gravitational waves and black hole imaging to the theoretical developments in modeling and fundamental issues. This new golden era of strong gravity is attested by the three Nobel physics prizes in the last four years: in 2017 for gravitational waves (Barish, Thorne, Weiss), in 2019 for Cosmology (Peebles) and in 2020 for black holes (Genzel, Ghez, Penrose).

Due to the ongoing pandemia, the meeting will take place online. Further information will be given closer to the event.

Organizing Committee: C. Herdeiro (Chair), J. Delgado, A. Morais, J. Oliveira, A. Pombo, E. Radu, N. Santos
Scientific Committee: Vitor Cardoso, Jose A. Font, Carlos Herdeiro, Ruth Lazkos, Jose S. Lemos
Administrative Support: Cristina Grosso
Email Contact: erep2021[AT]

Important Dates
12th April 2021: First Announcement; Registration Open.
16th July 2021: Deadline for Abstract Submission.
13th September 2021: Beginning of EREP 2021.
16th September 2021: End of EREP 2021.

Plenary Speakers:

Sonia Anton (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Juan Garcia Bellido (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
Geoffrey Compere (Universite’ Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
Pedro Cunha (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Will East (Perimeter Institute, Canada)
Jutta Kunz (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
Jose Natario (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Luciano Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)
Nico Sanchis-Gual (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Alicia Sintes (Universidad de las Islas Baleares, Spain)
Thomas Sotiriou (University of Nottingham, UK), TBC
Frederic Vincent (Observatoire de Paris, France)
Elizabeth Winstanley (University of Sheffield, UK)