Centre for Theoretical Cosmology, Cambridge, UK, July 2-5, 2017
An international conference, entitled "Gravity and Black Holes," marking the 75th birthday of Professor Stephen Hawking, will be held at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, UK, in July 2017.
This meeting will discuss recent advances in gravitational physics and cosmology, and the exciting future of this field following the recent direct detection of gravitational waves.
We are very pleased to be able to hold this remarkable event for Stephen whose courage, insight and vision continues to have such an impact on the way we understand fundamental physics at the extremes in black holes and the Big Bang.
A list of speakers at the conference:
Bruce Allen (Max Planck Institute)
Raphael Bousso (Berkeley)
Mihalis Dafermos (Cambridge)
Gary Gibbons (Cambridge)
Gabriela González (LSU)
James Hartle (UCSB)
Thomas Hertog (Leuven)
Gary Horowitz (UCSB)
Theodore Jacobson (Maryland)
Renata Kallosh (Stanford)
Eiichiro Komatsu (Max Planck Institute)
Pablo Laguna (Georgia Tech)
Andrei Linde (Stanford)
Viatcheslav Mukhanov (Munich)
Hiranya Peiris (UCL)
Harald Pfeiffer (Toronto)
Frans Pretorius (Princeton)
Douglas Stanford (IAS)
Jeff Steinhauer (Technion)
Andy Strominger (Harvard)
The scientific conference will run from Monday 3rd July to Wednesday 5th July. On Sunday 2nd July there will be an afternoon of public lectures at Lady Mitchell Hall with a series of high-profile speakers, including:
The conference will end at lunchtime on Wednesday 5th July. A detailed programme will be made available on this website nearer the time.
General registration for academic participants is now live.
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