Ranking & Metrics Conference Call for Papers Other Conferences in United States
16th Marcel Grossman Meeting - MG

16th Marcel Grossman Meeting - MG


Conference Dates: Jul 05, 2021 - Jul 10, 2021

Impact Score 0.20


Conference Organizers: Deadline extended?
Click here to edit

Ranking & Metrics Impact Score is a novel metric devised to rank conferences based on the number of contributing the best scientists in addition to the h-index estimated from the scientific papers published by the best scientists. See more details on our methodology page.

Research Impact Score: 0.20
Contributing Best Scientists: 3
Papers published by Best Scientists 6
Research Ranking (Physics) 100

Conference Call for Papers

The Sixteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Astrophysics and Relativistic Field Theories (MG16) will be organized in virtual format from July 5 to 10, 2021. Registration will be open from March 15 through May 31, 2021. During this five day online conference, a variety of topics will be discussed in the plenary and parallel sessions.
MHD processes near compact objects
Accretion discs and jets
The Black Hole in M87
Machine learning in Astronomy: AGN, transient events, cosmology and others
Multiwavelength and Multi-Messenger Observations of Active Galactic Nuclei
Extended Theories of Gravity and Quantum Cosmology
Mathematical Problems of Relativistic Physics: Classical and Quantum
Wormholes, Energy Conditions and Time Machines
Theories of gravity: alternatives to the cosmological and particle standard models
Conformal Dilaton Gravity and Related Issues
Horava-Lifshitz Gravity
Ghost-free models of modified gravity: massive gravity, Horndeski and DHOST theories, other related models; their properties and solutions
Theoretical and observational studies of astrophysical black holes
Black hole thermodynamics
Black Holes in alternative theories of gravity
Exploring the Black Hole Mass Gap
Explosive events associated with compact-object binary mergers
Post-Newtonian and post-Minkowskian corrections for binary gravitating systems
Multichannel studies of nonstationary relativistic stars
Scalar fields in cosmology
Cosmic Backgrounds from radio to far-IR
New Horizons in Cosmology with CMB Spectral Distortions
Status of the H_0 and sigma_8 tensions: theoretical models and model-independent constraints
Effects of primordial perturbations enhancement: from black holes formation to CMB anomalies
Cosmic Strings
From cosmic strings to superstrings
Dark Energy and the accelerating universe
Cosmography with Gravitational Lensing
Interacting Dark matter
Dark matter detection
Dark Matter Searches with Liquid Xenon and Argon Detectors and
Self Gravitating Systems and Dark Matter
Dark Matter Searches with Liquid Xenon and Argon Detectors and
Self Gravitating Systems and Dark Matter
Dark matter: beyond LCDM
Dark Matter and rare processes
The nature of galactic halos
Teaching Einsteinian Physics to School Students
Exact Solutions in Four and Higher Dimensions
Exact Solutions (including higher dimensions)
Quantum Fields
Topological methods, global existence problems, and spacetime singularities
The Early Universe
Why and how the Sun and the Stars shine: the Borexino experiment
Rotation in stellar evolution
What can we learn from a growing sample of Fast Radio Bursts?
Non Standard Cosmological Probes
Photospheric emission in GRBs
High and Very High Energy emission from Gamma Ray Bursts
Electromagnetic counterparts of compact binary mergers
Unusual and New Types of Gamma-ray Bursts
Gamma-Ray Burst Correlations: Observational Challenges and Theoretical Interpretation
GRB 170817A and binary models
Binary-Driven Hypernovae of type 1, 2 and 3
Sources of Gravitational Waves
Mid-frequency Gravitational Waves (0.1-10 Hz): Sources and Detection Methods
Planning Gravitational Wave detections form LISA
Numerical Relativity and Gravitational Wave Observations
Very High Energy Gamma Rays
High Energy Astrophysical Neutrino detection
Future missions for high-energy astrophysics
The SRG Mission: First Results from eROSITA and ART-XC
eXTP – Enhanced X-Ray Timing and Polarimetry Mission
Observations of HE and UHE Cosmic Rays
The "fall and rise" of Betelgeuse
History of Relativity, Gravitation and Cosmology
Time and Philosophy in Physics
Dense matter in compact stars
Compact stars as laboratories for testing strong gravity
Pulsar Power in Physics and Astrophysics and
Pulsars and Pulsar Systems at High Energies
Pulsar Power in Physics and Astrophysics and
Pulsars and Pulsar Systems at High Energies
Gravitational lensing and shadows
Experimental Gravitation
Variation of the fundamental constants, tests of the fundamental symmetries and probes of the dark sector
Fundamental physics in Space
Dragging is never draggy: MAss and CHarge flows in GR
Loop Quantum Gravity
Quantum Gravity Phenomenology
Loop quantum gravity: cosmology and black holes
Strong Electromagnetic and Gravitational Field Physics: From Laboratories to Early Universe
The Effects of (Non)Linear Electrodynamics on the Properties of Astrophysical/Gravitational Compact Objects
White dwarf explosions
White Dwarfs, Magnetic Compact Stars, and nuclear astrophysics

Previous Editions

16th Marcel Grossman Meeting - MG

Jul 05, 2021 - Jul 10, 2021

Online, Online

Something went wrong. Please try again later.