The location of BritGrav - Queen's Building.
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The Ninth British Gravity Meeting
School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University
BritGrav 9 is a meeting dedicated to bringing together the gravitational research community of the UK and beyond, and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas. It aims to cover all aspects of gravitational physics, both theoretical and experimental, including cosmology, mathematical general relativity, quantum gravity, gravitational astrophysics, gravitational wave data analysis, and instrumentation.
The meeting will be concluded with an evening public lecture by Professor Kip Thorne, Caltech, The Warped Side of the Universe: from the Big Bang to Black Holes and Gravitational Waves. For details, see the poster or download the slides.
The following day is dedicated to LPGFest.
There will be no conference fee. Participants are encouraged to submit an abstract for a talk on their recent work. Preference will be given to students and postdocs.
Some travel support will be available for students. A 50 pound prize will be given for the best student talk.
The deadline for registration is April 9th, 2009.
To register, please complete the following form: Registration Form
The meeting will take place in the School of Physics and Astronomy, in the Queen's Buildings. The talks will be held in lecture room N3.28. Coffee will be provided during the breaks in room N0.06.
The schedule is available here.
There will be a reception on the Wednesday evening immdiately following the conclusion of the scientific programme. The reception will be held in Seminar Room 1 of the Trevitick building (across the courtyard from the School of Physics and Astronomy). The reception has been sponsored by Classical and Quantum Gravity.
Wireless internet access will be provided through Eduroam, which is available at most universities in the UK. If you wish to use it, be sure to register at your home institution prior to the meeting.
BritGrav 9 is co-hosted by the School of Mathematics and the School of Physics and Astronomy.
Organizers: Deepak Baskaran, Stephen Fairhurst, Stefan Hollands, and Chris Van Den Broeck
BritGrav 9 is sponsored by Classical and Quantum Gravity, the Institute of Physics, and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
View the poster here.