July 1, 2019



 There is to be a conference «Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory-2019 (PIRT-2019)» in the Bauman University between Monday 1st July to Friday 5th July 2019.

All information about conference can be found on the web-site
The objectives of this conference are the same as those pursued in the Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT) conferences which have been held in Imperial College, London, every two years since 1988. The main objectives of the conference are : discussion of the physical, geometric and mathematical interpretation of the theory of relativity and its modern generalizations, discussion of the observed effects and experimental verification of the theory of relativity, methods for recording gravitational waves, effects of relativistic electrodynamics and optics of moving media, as well as astrophysical observations and space experiments.
The PIRT-2019 Conference program will include the reports on the following topics:
Gravity, Cosmology and Large-Scale Structure of the Universe
Gravitational Waves and Experimental Verification of the Theory of Relativity
High Energy Astrophysics
Relativistic Electrodynamics
Modern Problems of Classical and Quantum Field Theory
Participants will discuss the ways to solve the problem of creating a compact source and detector of gravitational waves, the projects to study the spectrum of cosmic radiation, the effects of the theory of relativity on the work of global space positioning systems, the use of experimental data in the field of gravimetry to solve high-precision navigation problems, as well as other important issues.
The Conference program will be devoted to the latest achievements in the field of the theory of gravity, cosmology, astrophysics. The topics will be interesting for young researchers and will contribute to increasing the level of education, developing and strengthening the international scientific relations.
Participants from all over the world (the UK, India, China, USA, Sweden and other countries) are going to take part in the conference.
Abstracts will be published in the proceedings of abstracts of PIRT-2019, selected papers will be published in the Journal of Physics: Conference Series (which is included in Scopus).

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