Ann Arbor
Relativity Group

The Ann Arbor Relativity Group (AARG) is a loose association of researchers united by our interest in gravitational physics (especially General Relativity) and our proximity to Ann Arbor. We meet at the University of Michigan, about every month or two, (usually on Saturday at 11:00 AM) to hear a one hour talk about the current work of one of our members or of a visitor. Our home institutions include the University of Michigan, Oakland University, the University of Windsor, Bowling Green State University, Monroe Community College and Eastern Michigan University. Our research interests include black holes, singularities, quantum gravity, numerical relativity, relativistic astrophysics and mathematical relativity.

24 January 2004

"Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws on Curved Manifolds"

James Rossmanith
Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan

11:00 Saturday Morning 845 Dennison

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