Congratulations to Jacob Fields of Brigham Young University for winning the Best Student Presentation Awards at 35th Jim Isenberg Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting. Jacob presented Relativistic hydrodynamics with wavelet adaptive multi-resolution. See more about the Best Student Presentation Awards and the past winners.
Month: April 2019
DGRAV Student Travel Grants – Countdown to Full Endowment
We have nearly reached our goal! In 2015, we set a goal of $75,000 as an endowment to support student travel to the APS April Meeting. We began supporting such travel in 1999 but demand quickly became a challenge for…
Nominations for APS Fellowships
Message from Gabriela Gonzalez (DGRAV Vice-Chair) Dear DGRAV members, I am writing to remind you to nominate colleagues who have made significant contributions to our field to become APS Fellows through the Division of Gravitational Physics (DGRAV). Becoming an APS…
22nd Eastern Gravity Meeting
The 22nd Eastern Gravity Meeting, hosted by UMass Dartmouth, will be held May 31 (Friday) and June 1 (Saturday). The deadline for abstract submission and registration is May 20, 2019. Hotel rates will expire prior to May 20 (some as soon as May…
Pedro Marronetti’s NSF slides from April APS 2019
Pedro Marronetti (NSF) gave us an update during the DGRAV business meeting on what’s happening with gravity programs within the NSF. You can download Pedro’s 2019 slides here: Views NSF – APS April 2019.