OSU/UO Relativity Seminar
Welcome to the home page of the OSU/UO Relativity Seminar!
Below you will find a list of talks, a general description of the seminar, and
driving directions and maps.
About the OSU/UO Relativity Seminar
(includes driving directions and maps)
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24 April 1996
(Corvallis)
Don Witt: Cosmic NoHair Theorem
and
Kristin Schleich: Numerical Quantum Gravity by Dynamical Triangulation
23 April 1996
(Corvallis)
Don Witt: Topological Censorship
OSU Mathematics Colloquium
(This talk is NOT part of the Relativity Seminar)
22 April 1996
(Corvallis)
Kristin Schleich:
Do local observations determine the structure of our universe?
OSU Physics Colloquium
(This talk is NOT part of the Relativity Seminar)
19 April 1996
(Eugene)
Lee Lindblom: Dissipative Relativistic Fluid Theories
18 April 1996
(Eugene)
Lee Lindblom: How Fast Can Pulsars Pulse?
UO Physics Colloquium
(This talk is NOT part of the Relativity Seminar)
1 March 1996
(Eugene)
Richard Arnowitt: Supergravity Models of Dark Matter
23 February 1996
(Corvallis)
Marsha Weaver: Mixmaster Behavior in NonMixmaster Cosmologies
16 February 1996
(Eugene)
Tevian Dray: Einstein's Equations and Signature Change
30 January 1996
(Corvallis)
Tevian Dray: Signature Change
OSU Mathematics Colloquium
(This talk is NOT part of the Relativity Seminar)
17 November 1995
(Corvallis)
Mousumi Das: Internal Heating of Molecular Clouds by Tidal Fields
10 November 1995
(Eugene)
Stephen Anco: Einstein's Equations with Spatial Boundary Conditions
7 November 1995
(Eugene)
Jim Isenberg: Cosmic Censorship and a Long Time Existence Theorem
UO Topology/Geometry Seminar
(This talk is NOT part of the Relativity Seminar)
3 November 1995
(Eugene)
Corinne Manogue: When Do Rotating Detectors Respond?
About the OSU/UO Relativity Seminar
The joint OSU/UO seminar series on general relativity and related topics
consists of individual talks on topics such as black holes, cosmology, cosmic
strings, quantum field theory in curved space, solutions of the Einstein field
equations, etc. The level should be appropriate for graduate students with
some knowledge of or interest in differential geometry and/or general
relativity and related areas of mathematical physics. Undergraduates with a
strong background and interest in mathematical physics are also encouraged to
attend.
We meet roughly twice a month, alternating between Eugene and Corvallis. For
further information, and to coordinate transportation, please contact one of
the following people:
OSU: Tevian Dray (Mathematics)
& Corinne Manogue (Physics)
UO: Jim Isenberg (Mathematics & ITS)
& Bob Zimmerman (Physics & ITS)
Road map to Corvallis
OSU campus map
Driving information to the U of O
U of O campus map
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