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The Division of Gravitational Physics (DGRAV) was launched in April 1995 (then the Topical Group in Gravitation, GGR) to serve as a focus for research in all areas of gravitational physics. Its objective is to serve as a focus for research on gravitational physics including experiments and observations related to the detection and interpretation of gravitational waves, experimental tests of gravitational theories, computational general relativity, relativistic astrophysics, solutions to Einstein's equations and their properties, alternative theories of gravity, classical and quantum cosmology, and quantum gravity.
2017 Nobel Prize in Physics
Congratulations to APS Fellows and DGRAV members Rainer Weiss, Barry Barish and Kip Thorne, winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics.
APS News Update
Congratulations to the newly elected officers: Beverly Berger (Representative to APS), Gary Horowitz (Vice Chair), Geoffrey Lovelace (Secretary/Treasurer), Lisa Barsotti and Ted Jacobson (Members-at-Large), and Cody Messick (Student Member-at-Large)
The latest issue of Matters of Gravity, the electronic newsletter of the APS Division of Gravitational Physics, is now available.
Visit the DGRAV website at http://dgrav.org/