Letters of Intent received in 2022

LoI 2024-2171
17th Marcel Grossmann Meeting

Date: 3 July 2024 to 8 July 2024
Category: Non-GA Symposium
Location: We are currently evaluating the proposals from Europe by Germany (Bremen), France (Nice and Grenoble), from Asia by China (Beijing), and from South America by Colombia (Cartagena)., AA-Country unknown
Contact: Remo Ruffini (ruffini@icra.it)
Coordinating division: Division D High Energy Phenomena and Fundamental Physics
Other divisions:
Co-Chairs of SOC: Ruffini, Remo (ICRANet)
Yau, Shing-Tung (Tsinghua University)
Kerr, Roy P. (University of Canterbury)
Fryer, Christopher Lee (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Laemmerzahl, Claus (University of Bremen)
Chair of LOC: None (None)



Accretion and Active Galactic Nuclei
Alternative Theories of Gravity
Compact objects (Black Holes, Neutron Stars, White Dwarfs, Boson stars), Binary Systems, and Fast Transients;
Cosmic Microwave Background
Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and Large Scale Structure;
Education and History of Relativity
Precision Tests of General Relativity and Exact Solutions of Einstein and Einstein-Maxwell equations
Early Universe and Quantum Gravity
Gravitational Waves
High Energy Phenomena and Strong Field



Since their foundation in 1975, the Marcel Grossmann Meetings (on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories) provide opportunities for discussing recent advances in gravitation, general relativity, and relativistic field theories, emphasizing mathematical foundations, physical predictions, and experimental tests. The objective of the MG meetings is to elicit exchange among scientists that may deepen our understanding of spacetime structures and review the status of ongoing experiments aimed at testing Einstein's theory of gravitation, either from the ground or from space. Previous MG venues have been in Trieste (MG1: 1975) and (MG2: 1979), Shanghai (MG3: 1982), Rome (MG4: 1985, MG9: 2000), Perth (MG5: 1988), Kyoto (MG6: 1991), Stanford (MG7: 1994), Jerusalem (MG8: 1997), Rio (MG10: 2003), Berlin (MG11: 2006), Paris (MG12: 2009), Stockholm (MG13: 2012), MG14 in 2015 and MG15 in 2018 in Rome, and MG16 in 2021 in virtual format.

The MG17 will follow the tradition of assigning the TEST sculpture for the individual and institutional Marcel Grossmann Awards. For the MG16 Awards, see: http://www.icra.it/mg/mg16/mg16_awards.pdf

We also plan to keep the traditional publisher of the proceedings of the MG meetings, World Scientific.