International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry

Córdoba (Spain) June 2–5, 2020

UPDATE: 2020-March-23.
Dear participants of the X International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry,
We hope that all of you are in good health.
Due to the corona virus outbreak, we are forced to DELAY our conference. We deeply regret this decision, but bearing in mind the complicated situation, probably it is the most sane option.
Now, we are evaluating several alternative dates, among them the second week of November 2020 and the second week of February 2021. We will keep you informed about this promptly.
In the mean time, the registration page is right now blocked.

Best regards, The Organizing Committee.

In 2001, researchers from several universities with a common interest on Lorentz Geometry met on Benalmádena in what was called “Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry”.

After this first and successful meeting, the organizers decided to make this one the first of a biennial series of conferences devoted to present and discuss the last advances on Lorentzian Geometry. Since then, what ended up being called “International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry” has grown at an impressive pace.

Currently, nine meetings have been held: Murcia 2003, Castelldefels 2005, Santiago de Compostela 2007, Martina Franca 2009 (Italy), Granada 2011, São Paulo 2013 (Brazil), Málaga 2016 and Warsaw 2018 (Poland).

The Department of Mathematics of the University of Córdoba has the pleasure to organize in 2020 the X International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry (GeLoCor) in an enclave with as much history as the city of Córdoba is.

Looking forward to see you in Córdoba in June 2020,

The Organizing Committee

Aim and Scope

The meeting is intended for all kind of researchers with interest on Lorentz Geometry and its applications to General Relativity.

For PhD students the meeting will represent an ideal way to have their first contact with current research topics on the area. Furthermore, an advanced course given by an expert on the area will be organized.

For senior researchers, these meetings represent an ideal place where to exhibit their latest results and to create new ways of collaboration.