The first edition of the School of General Relativity, Astrophysics and Cosmology is organised by the University of Warsaw, Jagiellonian University and the Polish Society on Relativity. Our school is dedicated to PhD students and postdocs conducting research in general relativity theory. The summer school will be divided into two parts: the first will be held at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw from July 24-29, and the second at the European Center for Geological Education in Chęciny from July 31-August 4 - bus transportation from Warsaw to Chęciny will be provided for all the participants. Participants will have opportunity to present their posters.
The School is aimed to PhD students and academic employee who obtained a doctoral degree no earlier than 7 years ago.
Abhay Ashtekar: Gravitational waves: interplay between mathematical foundations and observations
Rod Gover: Conformal and related techniques for applications in GR
Ruth Gregory: On the Nature and Mathematics of Black Holes
Piotr Jaranowski: Post-Newtonian General Relativity and Gravitational Waves
Adam Pound: Self-force theory and the gravitational two-body problem
Olivier Sarbach: Particle motion and dynamics of a Vlasov gas in the exterior of a Kerr black hole
Julian Adamek: Relativistic Simulations for Cosmology
Sebastiano Bernuzzi*: An introduction to numerical relativity and GR hydrodynamics
(general-relativistic hydrodynamics and a showcase of applications to
Vladimir Karas: Relativistic effects in spectra and polarization from black hole accretion disks
Mikołaj Korzyński: Redshift drift, position drift and parallax in general relativity
* - to be confirmed
Lars Andersson (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik: Potsdam), Bartłomiej Bąk (University of Warsaw), Piotr Chruściel (University of Vienna), Jerzy Lewandowski (University of Warsaw), Patryk Mach (Jagiellonian University), Adam Szereszewski (University of Warsaw), Sebastian Szybka (Jagiellonian University).