BritGrav 15, Birmingham
The 15th British Gravity (BritGrav) Meeting will be held on 20–21 April 2015 at the University of Birmingham, organised by the Gravitational Physics Group.
The meeting covers all areas of gravity, classical and quantum, including astrophysics, cosmology, mathematical general relativity, gravitational-wave data analysis and instrumentation. It is intended to bring together the entire gravitational research community to further collaboration and allow young researchers to showcase their work.
We hope that all interested graduate students and post-docs will be able to give talks; there shall be talks by others if time allows. There is a prize for the best student talk sponsored by Classical & Quantum Gravity.
There is no conference fee, but participants are responsible for their own accommodation, meals and travel. Financial support for students from British or Irish institutions was available courtesy of the IOP. Tea and coffee will be provided in breaks.
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In case you are missing the fun of BritGrav 15: tweets and links connected to the science talks have been collected together as a Storify, and a description of the conference with details of participation have been written up as a blog post.
We are pleased to announce that Christopher Moore (University of Cambridge) has won the best student talk prize. Congratulations Chris! The prize is sponsored by Classical & Quantum Gravity. Runners up were Viraj Sanghai (Queen Mary) and Umberto Lupo (University of York), well done to both! All presentations can be found on the programme page.
We thank our judges John Miller, Carsten Gundlach and John Veitch for their careful delibrations.
PDF versions of the posters and presentations are available from the programme page.