22nd Eastern Gravity Meeting
Organized by the Department of Mathematics, Department of Physics, and CSCVR
This annual regional meeting is open to researchers of all levels, from undergraduate students to faculty, in all areas of gravitational physics, including classical, quantum, theory, observation, and computation. The purpose of the conference is to encourage the interaction of researchers in the Northeastern region, although participants from all regions are welcomed.
The format of the meeting will follow the format of previous regional meetings where all participants may present a talk of a 15 minutes (12+3 format). Abstracts will be selected according to the order in which they are submitted. Therefore, to maximize chances of acceptance, it would be best to submit an abstract early. There is no registration fee but, for an accurate head count, registration is mandatory. A prize for the best talk by a student will be given and so please indicate in your registration if you are a student.
Public talk by Rainer Weiss
The EGM is delighted to host Nobel laureate and professor emeritus at MIT, Rainer Weiss. Along with Kip Thorne and Barry Barish of the California Institute of Technology, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2017 "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves".
List of Participants (CLICK HERE)
Registration & Abstract Submission (CLICK HERE)
Registration is now closed. If you would like to attend, please email sfield - at - umassd.edu
While participants are welcomed to stay at any nearby hotel, we recommend the following options
Venue and Parking
The conference will take place in the Charlton College of Business' conference room 149 on the UMassD campus. To get to campus, set your GPS to 285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA. Please park in Lots 13 & 14 or on Ring Road.
Scott Field (sfield - at - umassd.edu), Dana Fine (dfine - at - umassd.edu), Robert Fisher (robert.fisher - at - umassd.edu), Sigal Gottlieb (sgottlieb - at - umassd.edu), Gaurav Khanna (gkhanna - at - umassd.edu), Richard Price (rprice.physics - at - gmail.com)