Relativity @

The interests of the Utah relativity group extend from the very mathematical side of the field to the very astrophysical. In the former, the goal is to reconcile the principles of quantum theory with relativity's lack of any nondynamical structure. The group's research in relativistic astrophysics has recently been focused on black holes, gravitational waves, and computational methods for studying them.

Faculty
Benjamin Bromley
Karel Kuchar
Richard Price

Post Docs
Lior Burko

Graduate Students
Maria Cranor
Anand Jayaraman
Mike McLaughlin

Most Recent Papers:  here

Collaborators and Past Members:  here

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contact us at: amber@physics.utah.edu
Image of supermassive black holes courtesy of NASA astropix.
Comments or suggestions about the site are welcome: mc@physics.utah.edu