The 6th Conference of the Polish Society on Relativity
Szczecin, Poland, 23-26.09.2019

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General Information

The 6th Conference of the of the Polish Society on Relativity is organised by the Szczecin Cosmology Group on behalf of Polish Society on Relativity. The conference is the regular annual meeting of the Society which is open to international invited speakers and participants.

The conference covers all aspects of classical relativity as well as related fields including contemporary theories of unification and quantum gravity.

Main topics include:

Theoretical and numerical relativity.
Black holes: classical and quantum aspects.
Relativistic cosmology.
Early universe, dark matter, and dark energy problems.
Gravitational waves.
Approaches to quantum gravity.
Quantum cosmology.
Relation of relativity and superstring theory.

Szczecin Cosmology Group, Institute of Physics, University of Szczecin

Polish Society on Relativity
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
Jagiellonian University
Maritime Academy, Szczecin

Venue: Maritime Academy, Wały Chrobrego 1, Szczecin, Poland

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Organizing Committee:
Adam Balcerzak (chair, Univ. Szczecin), Mariusz P. Dąbrowski (Univ. Szczecin), Tomasz Denkiewicz (Univ. Szczecin), Konrad Marosek (secretary, Marritime Academy, Szczecin), Vincenzo Salzano (Univ. Szczecin), Samuel Barroso-Bellido (Univ. Szczecin), Roberto Caroli (Univ. Szczecin), Paolo Cremonese (Univ. Szczecin), Katarzyna Leszczyńska (Univ. Szczecin), Fabian Wagner (Univ. Szczecin).

Scientific Committee
Mariusz P. Dąbrowski (chair, Univ. Szczecin), Marek Biesiada (Univ. Silesia, Katowice), Andrzej Królak (IMPAN, Warsaw), Jerzy Lewandowski (Univ. Warsaw), Edward Malec (Jagiellonian Univ., Kraków), Piotr Sułkowski (Univ. Warsaw), Marek Rogatko (UMCS, Lublin).

Invited speakers (preliminary list):

1. Jan de Boer (University of Amsterdam, Holland) (TBC)

2. Joseph Conlon (University of Oxford, UK)

3. Salvatore Capozziello (Università di Napoli “Federico II” and INFN Napoli, Italy)

4. Jacques Delabrouille (APC, Observatoire de Paris, France)

5. Jose Anthony Font (University of Valencia, Spain)

6. Yongge Ma (Beijing Normal University, China)

7. Hermann Nicolai (AEI, Golm, Germany)

8. Tsvi Piran (Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, Israel) (TBC)

9. Edward Porter (APC, Paris, France)

10. Jorge Pullin (Lousiana State Univ., USA)

11. Masaru Shibata (Yukawa Institute, Kyoto, Japan; Garching, Germany)

12. Massimo Tinto (Univ. San Diego, USA)