• GRASS Trento, September 30th – October 2nd 2024

    GRASS Trento, September 30th – October 2nd 2024 The GRAvitational – wave Science&technology Symposia (GRASS) are a series of meetings held in Padova and Trento and aimed at exploring the panorama of gravitational-wave related experimental science beyond the next decade; special emphasis is given to open issues and key enabling technologies at the forefront of the most advanced detection techniques. It represents an informal and unique meeting occasion for experts from different fields involved in experimental aspects of future gravitational-wave science and technology. Meeting Website

  • Challenges and future perspectives in gravitational- wave astronomy: O4 and beyond, October 14-18, Leiden, NL

    Challenges and future perspectives in gravitational- wave astronomy: O4 and beyond, October 14-18, Leiden, NL This workshop will foster an interdisciplinary discussion about how ongoing and future observations of gravitational and electromagnetic waves can be used to shed light on the physics of compact-object formation and evolution. We will bring together experts on: (i) parameter estimation from gravitational-wave data; (ii) astrophysical modeling of gravitational-wave sources and their electromagnetic counterparts; and (iii) gravitational-wave „data mining“. This meeting will bring together astronomers and gravitational-wave scientists whose current research covers these three topics. Workshop Website

  • Euregio Meuse-Rhine (EMR) Gravitational Waves PhD School, November 4-8 2024 at KU Leuven

    Euregio Meuse-Rhine (EMR) Gravitational Waves PhD School, November 4-8 2024 at KU Leuven The aim of the EMR GW PhD School is to provide beginning PhD students, primarily from the EMR countries (Belgium – Netherlands – Germany), with courses on all aspects of gravitational waves, and in particular in the context of the future Einstein Telescope and the space mission LISA. School Website

  • European Einstein Toolkit Meeting 2024, July 8-12, Amsterdam

    European Einstein Toolkit Meeting 2024, July 8-12, Amsterdam The 2024 edition of the European Einstein Toolkit Meeting. The in-person workshop will be held at the Gravitation & Astroparticle Physics Amsterdam (https://www.grappa.amsterdam/) center of the University of Amsterdam and will provide an opportunity for researchers and students to learn about the Einstein Toolkit (https://einsteintoolkit.org/), a community-driven software platform of core computational tools to advance and support research in relativistic astrophysics and gravitational physics. Workshop Website

  • NEOSGrav2024, October 1-4, Pune

    NEOSGrav2024, October 1-4, Pune The international conference on Neutron star Equation of State and Gravitational Waves (NEOSGrav2024) shall take place in Goa, India during 01 – 04 October 2024. It is being organized by the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune. Conference Website

  • GR24 & Amaldi16, July 14-18, 2025, Glasgow

    GR24 & Amaldi16, July 14-18, 2025, Glasgow The GR24–Amaldi Meeting will be held as a primarily in-person event at the Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow. Online resources will be made freely available after the event. Meeting organisation is led by the Institute for Gravitational Research at the University of Glasgow and the Institute of Physics. Conference Website

  • GraSP24 – Gravity Shape Pisa 2024, October 23–25

    GraSP24 – Gravity Shape Pisa 2024, October 23–25 Gravity Shape Pisa 2024: Exploring New Sources of Gravitational WavesGravity Shape Pisa (GraSP) 2024 is the 2nd edition of the International Conference GraSP, entirely organised by PhD students that supports the active participation of young researchers. Conference Website

  • 3rd Astro-COLIBRI Multi-Messenger Astrophysics Workshop, September 16-20, 2024, Paris-Saclay

    3rd Astro-COLIBRI Multi-Messenger Astrophysics Workshop, September 16-20, 2024, Paris-Saclay The key objective of this workshop is to develop and disseminate a research agenda on interconnecting software tools in real-time multi-messenger astronomy. This international conference provides a forum for leading scientists and young researchers to foster communication within the community between developers and users with a range of expertise in the production and use of software tools that facilitates life in rapidly evolving real-time multi-messenger astronomy. Workshop Website

  • Enabling future gravitational waves astrophysics in the milli-hertz regime, June 30 – Juli 25, 2025, Munich

    Enabling future gravitational waves astrophysics in the milli-hertz regime, June 30 – Juli 25, 2025, Munich Join us to explore the uncharted milli-Hertz regime of the gravitational wave spectrum, a domain soon to be unlocked by space missions. With a special emphasis on the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) mission, our workshop also broadens its scope to include other milli-Hertz missions and aims to explore synergies with the next generation of ground-based gravitational wave detectors. Workshop Website

  • ZTF Summer School 2024, July 29 – August 2, Minnesota

    ZTF Summer School 2024, July 29 – August 2, Minnesota The school provides a week of hands-on experience via Python Jupiter notebook assignments. Students will work with real astronomical data from the ZTF and other transient surveys. The school is designed for students at the graduate level (MS and PhD) in astronomy and physics with a strong research interest in time-domain astronomy. School Website