May 25, 2021 - May 29, 2021
The annual Atlantic General Relativity Conference (AGR2021) is scheduled to be hosted virtually at Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, Québec during May 25-29, 2021. The Atlantic General Relativity Conference series of meetings has been a regular and annual feature of the Atlantic general relativity community for nearly three decades, and has recently developed to include more international participation. This series of meetings focuses on recent developments in all aspects of classical, quantum, and mathematical gravity and its goals including the dissemination of recent results, the circulation of ideas and methods, as well as the training of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Click on the appropriate buttons below to register and submit talk/poster abstracts for AGR 2021. Please note that the abstract-submission form allows you to submit a research abstract, an abstract related to education and public outreach, or both. Registration closes May 21, and abstract submission closes May 8th, 2021.
The organizers are committed to making this meeting productive and enjoyable for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, nationality or religion. We will not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Please follow these guidelines:
Participants asked to stop any inappropriate behaviour are expected to comply immediately. Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of the organizers without a refund of any charge.
Any participant who wishes to report a violation of this policy is asked to speak, in confidence, to any member of the Local Organizing Comittee.
This code of conduct is based on the “London Code of Conduct”, as originally designed for the conference “Accurate Astrophysics. Correct Cosmology”, held in London in July 2015. TheLondon Code was adapted with permission by Andrew Pontzen and Hiranya Peiris from a document by Software Carpentry, which itself derives from original Creative Commons documents by PyCon and Geek Feminism. It is released under a CC-Zero license for reuse.
There will be three mini-courses, each of which will be three hours long.
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Daryl Haggard (McGill)
Entering the Era of Black Hole Observations: Testing GR with Black Hole Imaging, Gravitational Waves, and Multi-messenger Astrophysics
Edward Wilson-Ewing (UNB)
Introduction to Loop Quantum Cosmology
Matthew Johnson (York/Perimeter)
Early Universe Cosmology
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