IX International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry
Aim and scope
Lorentzian Geometry is a branch of Differential Geometry with roots in General Relativity and ramifications in many mathematical areas: Geometric Analysis, Functional Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Lie groups and algebras... Several groups researching on this topic throughout the world have maintained a regular series on international meetings celebrated every two years in Spain, Italy, Brazil and Germany.
The edition to be held at the Banach Center will cover topics on pure and applied Lorentzian Geometry such as geometry of spacetimes, solitons, black holes, Einstein equations, geodesics or submanifolds. Poland is a perfect place for our conference, due to the existence of a very strong General Relativity groups, with many people working in Mathematical Relativity. Some of them (Bizon, Jezierski, Kijowski, Nurowski) are organizers of the conference, members of the Scientific Committee, or speakers, while other Polish relativists have expressed their interest in the participation in the meeting.
Paul Tod (minicourse speaker) University of Oxford
Luis J. Alías Universidad de Murcia
Miguel Brozos-Vázquez Universidade da Coruña
Erasmo Caponio Politecnico di Bari
Piotr T. Chruściel Universität Wien
Wolfgang Globke University of Adelaide
Philippe G. LeFloch Sorbonne Université, Paris
Jerzy Kijowski Center for Theoretical Physics PAS
Vicent Pecastaing Université du Luxembourg
Stefan Suhr Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Robert Wald University of Chicago
First announcement (12. February, 2018)
In case of any questions please contact lorentzian9[at]impan.pl or directly one of the members of the Organizing Committee.