Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

CONNECTIONS BETWEEN MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL GENERAL RELATIVITY


What is it? 

This is a platform including a directory of scientists working in general relativity both from the mathematical side and from the numerical and gravitational physics side. 

It lists professors on a tenure and tenure track level as well as postdocs in the field. Their contact information, research interests and personal websites are provided. 

On this website we also collect updates on the latest research. Moreover, it provides a sample of some of the most important questions, that people are working on or are seeking answers for from the community. 


Goals.

To enable and foster scientific exchange between the groups working in general relativity, in particular to bring closer together the mathematical and physical groups. 

To communicate interesting research. 

Researchers in general relativity to ask questions, they would like to be answered by other groups. 

 

Whom it is for. 

1. All the scientists working in general relativity or related areas. In particular, mathematicians, physicists and astrophysicists. 

2. Are you a mathematician in this field and wonder if a numerical relativist or a physicist may have some interesting input for your problem? 

3. Are you from the numerical and physical group and ask yourself if a mathematician may add a fresh idea to your problem? 

4. Are you a conference organizer and would like to have a broad representation of research in general relativity, but you do not know of anybody outside your special field? There are many more scientists working in general relativity than you think. We are sure that you will find someone among the people listed on this website to make a great contribution to your conference. 




List. 

 

Last NameFirst NameInstitutionAddressE-mailPositionWebsiteResearchWhat do you want others to know about your field.What questions would you like to discuss with other groups?
BergerBeverly        
BieriLydia

University of Michigan

Department of Mathematics

University of Michigan

Department of Mathematics

Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA.

lbieri@umich.eduFacultyhttp://dept.math.lsa.umich.edu/people/facultyDetail.php?uniqname=lbieri

General Relativity, Geometric Analysis, PDE Analysis, Geometry.

Cauchy problem for Einstein equations, stability issues, gravitational radiation, astrophysical questions solved with mathematical results, Einstein equations coupled to various matter fields.

  
IsenbergJames        
DyatlovSemyonDepartment of Mathematics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Mathematics, MIT, 77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139dyatlov@math.mit.edu  Scattering theory, microlocal analysis, dynamical systems  
CederbaumCarlaUniversität Tübingen, Mathematisches InstitutMathematisches Institut, Universität Tübingen, Auf der Morgenstelle 10, 72076 Tübingen, Germanycederbaum@math.uni-tuebingen.dePostdoc Geometric Analysis, General Relativity Theory, PDE Analysis, Geometry.  
HoeftAlexiVirginia Commonwealth UniversityDepartment of Mathematics, 1015 Floyd Avenue | PO Box 842014 | Richmond, Virginia 23284ahh6e@virginia.edu  PDE Analysis, to be determined  
ShoemakerDeirdreGeorgia Tech837 State St. Atlanta GA 30332deirdre@gatech.eduFaculty Numerical Relativity and Gravitational Waves  
BeheshtiShabnamRutgers University, Department of MathematicsMathematics Department, 110 Frelinghuysen Road, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ 08854beheshti@math.rutgers.eduPostdoc Geometric Analysis, Integrable PDE, Harmonic Maps, General Relativity  
CampanelliManuelaRochester Institute of Technology,School of Mathematical Sciences and School of Physics & Astronomy, Center for Computational Relativity and GravitationCenter for Computational Relativity and Gravitation,
School of Mathematical Sciences,
Rochester Institute of Technology,
One Lomb Memorial Drive,
Rochester, New York 14623, USA.
manuela@astro.rit.eduFaculty General Relavity, Numerical Relativity, Computational Astrophysics  
CortierJulienForschungsinstitut für Mathematik, ETH ZürichForschungsinstitut für Mathematik
ETH Zürich
HG G 44.1 - 45.2
Rämistrasse 101
8092 Zürich
Switzerland
julien.cortier@gmail.comPostdoc Geometric analysis, Mathematical General Relativity, PDE  
SormaniChristinaCUNY GC and Lehman CollegeDepartment of Mathematics, CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenure, NY NY 10016sormanic@gmail.comFaculty Geometric Analysis, Riemannian Geometry, Metric Geometry, General Relativity  
RingströmHansKTH Royal Institute of TechnologyDepartment of Mathematics, KTH, 100 44, Stockholm Swedenhansr@kth.seFaculty Cosmology, hyperbolic PDE's, topology  

 




Welcome to your new space!

Icon

Confluence spaces are great for sharing content and news with your team. This is your home page. Right now it shows recent space activity, but you can customize this page in anyway you like.

Complete these tasks to get started

  • Edit this home page - Click Edit in the top right of this screen to customize your Space home page
  • Create your first page - Click the Create button in the header to get started
  • Brand your Space - Click Configure Sidebar in the left panel to update space details and logo
  • Set permissions - Click Space Tools in the left sidebar to update permissions and give others access

 

 

  • No labels