General Relativity: a Celebration of the 100th Anniversary, Paris, France

This one-week conference is a main event of the Trimester Program taking place at the Institut Henri Poincare’ this Fall in order to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of General Relativity. This Conference will provide an update on current research in mathematical general relativity.

– Jean-Pierre Bourguignon (Bures-sur-Yvette)
– Pieter Blue (Edinburgh)
– Matthew Choptuik (Vancouver)
– Demetrios Christodoulou (Zuerich & Athens)
– Mihalis Dafermos (Princeton)
– Thibault Damour (Bures-sur-Yvette)
– Georges Ellis (Cape Town)
– Richard Hamilton (New York) *
– Jonathan Luk (Cambridge, UK)
– Roger Penrose (Oxford)
– Igor Rodnianski (Princeton)
– Richard Schoen (Stanford)
– Jacques Smulevici (Orsay)
– John Stachel (Boston)
– Jeremie Szeftel (Paris)
– Robert Wald (Chicago)
– Qian Wang (Oxford)

Please forward this announcement to colleagues and students who may be interested.

Lars Andersson (Potsdam)
Sergiu Klainerman (Princeton)
Philippe G. LeFloch (Paris)

Trimester Fall 2015 – Mathematical General Relativity, Poincare Institute, Paris

It is our pleasure to announce a program on “Mathematical General Relativity” organized at the Emile Borel Centre of Henri Poincare Institute in Paris, from September 14th to December 18th, 2015.

The organizers of this quarter are Lars Andersson, Sergiu Klainerman and Philippe G. LeFloch. Registration for the program and workshops is free and recommended. During this Trimester we will have:

– An introductory school «Introduction to mathematical general relativity» is organized from September 14th to 18th at IHP

– 4 workshops will take place at the Institute as well:

“Recent advances in general relativity” – September 23rd to 25th

“Dynamics of self gravitating matter” – October 26th to 29th

“Main Conference of the program: General Relativity: A celebration of the 100th anniversary” – November 16th to 20th

“Relativity and Geometry- in memory of A. Lichnerowicz” – December 14th to 16th

– 1 workshop will be held in Montpellier: “Geometric aspects of mathematical relativity” – September 28th to October 1st