Monday: black holes in astrophysics and cosmology;
Tuesday: black hole evaporation and thermodynamics;
Wednesday: black holes in quantum gravity and alternative theories of gravity;
Thursday: black hole, guage-gravity duality, holography;
Friday: acoustic black holes, thermodynamics, information in gravity and applied sciences.
For details about the keynote talks, see the timetable of the conference.
Submissions by PhD students. The student talks take 15 minutes plus 5 additional minutes for discussion.
Submissions by Postdocs (PhD after Jan 1, 2009). The junior talks take 15 minutes plus 5 additional minutes for discussion.
Submissions by faculty members and senior postdocs (PhD before Jan 1, 2009). These talks take 25 minutes plus 5 additional minutes for discussion.
Submissions by the Keynote speakers. At the KSM 2015 we have 16 speakers each giving a one hour talk (including discussion time).