By P. Fré (auth.), B. Casciaro, D. Fortunato, M. Francaviglia, A. Masiello (eds.)
The thirteenth Italian convention on normal Relativity and Gravitational Physics was once held in Cala Corvino-Monopoli (Bari) from September 21to September 25, 1998. The convention, that is held some other 12 months in numerous Italian destinations, has introduced jointly, as within the past meetings during this sequence, these scientists who're and actively paintings in all elements of common relativity, from either the mathematical and the actual issues of view: from classical theories of gravitation to quantum gravity, from relativistic astrophysics and cosmology to experiments in gravitation. approximately 70 individuals got here from Departments of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Departments of arithmetic and Departments of Experimental and Theoretical Physics from all around the nation; moreover a number of Italian scientists operating overseas kindly authorized invites from the medical Committee. the nice needs of the collage and of the Politecnico di Bari have been conveyed by means of the director of Diparti mento Interuniversitario di Matematica, Prof. Franco Altomare. those complaints comprise the contributions of the 2 winners of the SIGRAV prizes, the invited talks awarded on the convention and many of the contributed talks. We thank all of our colleagues, who did their top to arrange their manuscripts. The friendly surroundings brought about through the wonderful thing about where was once greatlyenhanced not just by means of the participation of such a lot of colleagues, who had full of life discussions approximately technology well past convention hours, but additionally by way of the sensation of hospitalityextended to the individuals by way of the workers of the Cala Corvino resort, the place the convention was once held.
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Recent Developments in General Relativity by P. Fré (auth.), B. Casciaro, D. Fortunato, M. Francaviglia, A. Masiello (eds.)