Apr 16 – 21, 2015
International Conference Centre Geneva
Europe/Zurich timezone

Plenary Talks

Plenary Talks (Preliminary)


General Relativity:  
First hundred years of GR:  successes, status and prospects Thanu Padmanabhan (Pune)
Experimental tests of general relativity in binary systems Michael Kramer (Bonn)
Rattle and shine by compact binaries mergers Luis Lehner (Waterloo)
Precision tests of GR on cosmological scales Pedro Ferreira (Oxford)
Black-hole horizon,  information paradox and firewalls  
CMB temperature and polarisation Nabila Aghanim (Orsay)
CMB spectral distortion Rashid Sunyaev (Moscow)
Relativistic effects in large-scale structure surveys Camille Bonvin (CERN)
Dark matter detection - an experimental overview Laura Baudis (Zurich)
The LHC & the Universe Gian Giudice (CERN)
The very early universe: observations to fundamental physics Hiranya Peiris (London)
Dark energy David Langlois (Paris)
SZ for cosmological studies  
Gravitational waves Alessandra Buonanno (Berlin)
Space borne gravitational waves Stefano Vitale (Trento)
Earth bounded gravitational detectors Jean-Yves Vinet (Nice)
Multiwavelength aspects of cosmic neutrinos Francis Halzen (Madison)
Relativity At Work:  
Black holes and their immediate environment Andrew Fabian (Cambridge)
Disk and jets Alexander Tchekhovskoy (Berkeley)
The equation of state of dense matter Anna Watts (Amsterdam)
Gravity in the strong field regime Luigi Stella (Rome)
Cosmic rays and their acceleration Pasquale Blasi (Firenze)
Gamma-ray universe Jim Hinton (Heidelberg)