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Piotr T. Chruściel  Curriculum Vitae
I was born in Zabrze (Poland) on the 20th of August 1957. I
married Anna Zniewierowska in March 1986. We have two sons,
Jan (born July 1987) and Maciej (born July 1989).
Prix Plumey 2003 de
l'Académie des Sciences de Paris
I am a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge, since January 2006 (Visiting Fellow, fall 2005); an (elected) Fellow of the Institute of Physics
(London); an (elected) Western Europe representative to the
International Committee on
General Relativity and Gravitation;
and a member of the Polish Mathematical Society
(Polskie Towarzystwo Matematyczne).
I obtained a "Certificat de Maturité"
(baccalauréat) at Collège Rousseau, Geneva,
Switzerland in 1975.
I graduated from the Department of Physics of Warsaw
University in June 1980. My MSc Thesis entitled
"Asymptotic Symmetries of de Sitter SpaceTime" was
written under the supervision of prof. M. Demianski.
From September 1980 to June 1985 I was a PhD student of
prof. J. Kijowski at the Institute for Theoretical Physics
of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw.
In JuneJuly 1983 I was a participant of the
"Relativity, Groups and Topology II" les Houches
Summer School.
From January 1984 to September 1984 I held a French
Governement Scholarship at Université Paris VI
(prof. Y. ChoquetBruhat).
I received a PhD in Physics at the Institute for
Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences,
Warsaw, in June 1986. PhD Thesis title: "Conformally
minimal foliations of three dimensional Riemannian
manifolds and the energy of the gravitational field";
supervisor: prof. J. Kijowski.
From June 1985 to September 1996 I held a research position
at the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of
Sciences, Warsaw (Senior Research Associate since September
1986).
From February 1987 to July 1987 I held a position of
"Maître de Conférence" at the Department of
Mathematics of Université de Tours, France.
From November 1987 to September 1989 I held a Research
Associate Physicist position at the Physics Department of
Yale University (on leave of absence from the Polish
Academy of Sciences).
In JuneJuly 1988 I held a position of Visiting Fellow at
the Center of Mathematical Analysis of the Australian
National University, Canberra.
In OctoberNovember 1989 I held a position of Visiting
Member at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,
New York University.
From July 1990 to December 1990 I held a Visiting Fellow
position at the Center for Mathematical Analysis of the
Australian National University, Canberra (on leave of
absence from the Polish Academy of Sciences).
From January 1991 until June 1992 I held an Australian
Research Council Senior Research Associate position at the
Center for Mathematical Analysis of the Australian National
University, Canberra (on leave of absence from the Polish
Academy of Sciences).
In June 1992 I held an invited professor position
("professeur invité au contingent national") at the
Department of Mathematics of the Tours University, France.
From September 1992 until February 1993 I held an Alexander
von Humboldt Fellowship at the Max Planck Institut für
Astrophysik, Garching (on leave of absence from the Polish
Academy of Sciences).
In January 1993 I have presented a habilitation
thesis, entitled Asymptotic problems in general
relativity, to the Scientific Council of the Institute
of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
From March 1993 until August 1993 I held a Visiting
Research Physicist position at the Institute for
Theoretical Physics of the University of California at
Santa Barbara (on leave of absence from the Polish Academy
of Sciences).
From September 1993 until September 1994 I held an
Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship at the Max Planck
Institut für Astrophysik, Garching (on leave of
absence from the Polish Academy of Sciences).
September 1994 until March 2010, Professor of
Mathematics at the Département of
Mathematics of Université de Tours, France (on leave of absence from January 2007).
During three months in the period from January 1998 until
November 1998 I held an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship
at the Albert Einstein Institute for Gravitation in
Potsdam.
AugustDecember 2005, EPSRC Fellowship, Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.
JanuaryAugust 2006, Research Fellowship at the Albert Einstein Institute for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Institute, Golm.
January 2007  March 2010:
University Lecturer with title of Professor at the Mathematical Institute,
University of Oxford, Fellow of
Hertford College.
April 2010 present: Professor of Gravitational Physics, University of Vienna, Austria
February 2011, September 2011, AugustSeptember 2012: Visiting Scientist, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, BuressurYvette
AugustDecember 2013, Simons Visiting Professor at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley.
December 2013February 2014, Visiting Member, Stanford Mathematics Research Center
MarchJune 2016, Visiting Member, Harvard Center for Mathematical Sciences
Addresses:

1.
Erice School on Gravitation and Cosmology, May 1985.

2.
Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Rome,
June 1985.

3.
General Relativity 11, Stockholm, June 1986.

4.
9th International Congress on Mathematical Physics,
Marseille, July 1986 (poster presentation).

5.
Maryland Symposium on SpaceTime Symmetries, May 1988.

6.
Canberra Miniconference on Mathematical Relativity, July
1988.

7.
Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Perth,
July 1988.

8.
Aspen Workshop on Current Problems in Classical General
Relativity, August 1990.

9.
Canberra Conference on Gravitational Radiation, September
1990.

10.
Oberwolfach Meeting on Nonlinear Evolution Equations, May
1991 (invited lecture).

11.
Conference in Honour of G. Szekeres, University of New
South Wales, Sydney, June 1991 (invited lecture).

12.
AMSIMSSIAM Joint Summer Research Conference on
Mathematical Aspects of Classical Field Theory,
Seattle, July 1991 (invited lecture).

13.
10th International Congress on Mathematical Physics,
Leipzig, August 1991 (invited talk at the special session
on general relativity).

14.
Miniconference on Partial Differential Equations and
Geometry, Tours, June 1992 (invited lecture).

15.
General Relativity and Gravitation 13, Cordoba,
Argentina, July 1992.

16.
Santa Barbara workshop on "Small Scale Structure of
SpaceTime'', March  July 1993 (invited participant).

17.
NATO workshop on Chaos in General Relativity, Kananaskis,
July 1993.

18.
Joint AMS/CMS Conference on Mathematical Physics and
Differential Geometry, Vancouver, August 1993, (invited
talk at the special session on mathematical relativity
and differential geometry).

19.
Journées Tourangelles de Mathématiques et
Physique Mathématique, Tours, June 1994 (invited
lecture).

20.
Seminar on the 140th anniversary of Henri
Poincaré's birthday, Protvino (Russia), June 1994
(invited lecture).

21.
Conference on Mathematical Relativity, E.
Schrödinger's Institute, Vienna, July 1994 (invited
lecture).

22.
102 AMS meeting, Orlando, January 96 (invited talk at the
special session on mathematical relativity and
differential geometry).

23.
Journées Relativistes, Ascona, May 96 (invited
lecture).

24.
Workshop on Geometry and Analysis, National Tsing Hua
University, Taiwan, June 96 (2 invited lectures).

25.
Jena seminar on relativity "Gravitational fields of
isolated sources and exact solutions'', TambachDietharz,
September 96 (invited lecture).

26.
Workshop "Mathematical Aspects in General Relativity'',
Tübingen, January 1997 (invited lecture).

27.
Oberwolfach Workshop on Nonlinear evolution equations,
JulyAugust 1997 (invited lecture).

28.
ETH workshop on general relativity, Zürich, May 1998
(invited lecture) [group photo, courtesy of M.Struwe, jpg (163K)].

29.
UABGIT 1999
Conference on Partial Differential Equations and
Mathematical Physics, Birmingham, Alabama, March 1999
(invited talk in the session on general relativity).

30.
Journées Relativistes, Weimar, September 99
(invited lecture).

31.
Journées
Equations aux dérivées partielles,
Nantes, 59 june 2000 (invited lecture).

32.
Rome Marcel
Grossmann Meeting, July 2000.

33.
Levoca
Summer School on
Mathematical Structure of General
Relativity (series of lectures together with Jerzy
Kijowski), Levoca, Slovakia, 1419 August 2000. [jpg photo courtesy of J.Jezierski]

34.
Oberwolfach Workshop on
Mathematical Aspects of
Gravitation, July 2000 (invited lecture)
[group photo].

35.
Tübingen conference on
The
Conformal Structure of Spacetimes: Geometry, Analysis,
Numerics, April 2.4. 2001 (invited
lecture).

36.
Colloque sur les trous noirs, Institut Henri
Poincaré , Paris, May 30, 2001 (invited
lecture).

37.
Workshop on
Canonical and Quantum Gravity III, The Stefan Banach
Center , Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, June
719, 2001 (invited lecture).

38.
Joint
AMSSMF meeting , Lyon, July 2001 (invited talk in
the special session on PDE's and geometry).

39.
"100 years Werner Heisenberg  Works and Impact",
Humboldt's Foundation's Symposium, Bamberg, September
2001 (participation by invitation only).

40.
Séminaire "Géométrie de Lorentz et
relativité générale",
Université d'Avignon, a series of three invited
lectures, March 2002

41.
Stanford workshop on mathematical general relativity,
June 2002 (participation by invitation only).

42.
Lichnerowicz conference, Elba, 1216 June, 2002 (invited
lecture).

43.
Oberwolfach seminar on Mathematical general relativity,
november 2002 (series of lectures together with R.
Bartnik).

44.
Oberwolfach Workshop on
Mathematical Aspects of
Gravitation, February 2002 (invited lecture)
[group photo].

45.
Lisbon International Congress on Mathematical Physics,
July 2003 (invited lecture in the parallel session on general relativity)
 46.
Warsaw
International Banach Center meeting Mathematics of Gravitation
II,
1st – 10th September 2003 (invited lecture)

47.
73rd meeting between theoretical physicists and mathematicians
(A)dSCFT correspondence,
Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée,
1113 September, 2003, Strasbourg (invited lecture)

48.
Atelier sur le
problème de Cauchy pour les équations d'Einstein,
24  28 septembre 2003, Centre de recherches mathématiques,
Université de Montréal,
Montréal (Québec), Canada (invited lecture)

49.
Stanford workshop on mathematical general relativity II,
November 2003 (participation by invitation only).

50.
Conference Miami Waves, Miami,
January 2004 (invited lecture at the "Analysis and Geometry" session).
[jpg photo courtesy of P.Miao]

51.
Journée en l'honneur
d'Yvonne ChoquetBruhat, IHES, Bures sur Yvette,
March 2004 (invited lecture).

52.
Dublin GR17 Conference, July 2004 (plenary lecture).

53.
lecturer at a Summer School at Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, August 2004 (series of lectures together with Jim Isenberg).

54.
Colloquium lecture for the 60th anniversary of Helmut Friedrich, Albert Einstein Institute, Golm, november 2004.

55.
lecturer at the School
"Approaches to Quantum Gravity", November 2004,
Playa Del Carmen Quintana Roo,
Mexico

56.
Problèmes
hyperboliques et analyse microlocale, Nice, 1617 juin
2005, Journées en l'honneur d'Alain PIRIOU
(conférence invitée).

57.
90th anniversary of general relativity, Warsaw, May 2006 (invited lecture).

58.
lecturer at the Beijing University summer school, June 2006 (series of lectures with J. Qing).

59.
From geometry to numerics, Paris, November 2006 (invited lecture).

60.
IV International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry, Santiago de Compostela, February 2007 (invited lecture).

61.
Geometric Analysis in Nice, Nice, Mai 2007 (invited lecture).

62.
Géométrie différentielle, Physique mathématique,
Mathématiques et société, colloque en l'honneur de JeanPierre Bourguignon, IHES, BuressurYvette, August 2007 (invited lecture).

63.
Evolution equations and selfgravitating systems, Albert Einstein Institute, Golm, September 2007 (invited lecture).

64.
Variétés d'Einstein aujourd'hui et demain,
Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques,
Marseille, November 2007 (invited lecture).

65. Glimpses of Geometry, É.N.S. de Lyon,
May 15th – 17th, 2008, (invited lecture).

66.
CIMPAUNESCOMOROCCO School:
Riemannian Geometry, pseudoRiemannian Geometry and
Mathematical Physics, May 1930, 2008, Faculty of Science
and Techniques, Marrakech (Morocco), series of invited
lectures.

67.
Developments
in Mathematical Relativity, Erwin Schrödinger Institute for
Mathematical Physics, Vienna, August 2021, 2008, a conference
on the occasion of Bobby Beig's 60th birthday (invited
lecture).

68.
Spanish Relativity Meeting, Salamanca, September 2008 (invited lecture).

69.
Conference on Geometry,
Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, April 2009 (invited lecture).

70.
Mathematical Relativity in Lisbon,
International Conference in honour of Aureliano de Mira
Fernandes (18841958), Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, June
1819, 2009 (invited lecture).

71.
Geometry and Analysis of pseudoRiemannian manifolds,
AlfredKruppKolleg, Greifswald (Germany), 20.07.09  22.07.09 (invited lecture).

72.
Geometric
Analysis and General Relativity, Banff International Research Station,
June 2025, 2010 (invited lecture).

73.
GR19,
Mexico City, Mexico, 2.7.20109.7.2010 (two invited lectures in
parallel sessions).

74.
Black
holes and higher dimensions,
Imperial College London, Sept 20th  Sept 24th 2010
(invited lecture).

75.
Geometry and Physics in Cracow,
Cracow, September 2125, 2010
(invited lecture).

76.
Analyse géométrique,
Roscoff, France,
18 – 22 Octobre 2010
(series of invited lectures).

77.
Analyse géométrique,
Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques,
Marseille, January 2011 (invited lecture).

78.
Marker Lectures,
Penn State, February 2011
(series of invited lectures).
 79.
XX Fall workshop on Geometry and Physics, August
31September 3, 2011. ICMAT, Madrid, Spain (invited lecture).
 80.
Pacific Northwest Geometry Seminar,
November 1213, 2011, Corvallis, OR (invited lecture).
 81. Chinese University of Hong Kong, April 2, 2012, colloquium lecture.
 82. General Relativity and Gravitation  50 years after Jablonna, Warsaw, June 46, 2012, Stefan Banach
International Mathematical Center (invited lecture).

83.
Oberwolfach Meeting on Mathematical General Relativity, July 30August 4, 2012 (invited lecture).
 84. Conformal and Kaehler geometry,
October 812, 2012
Institut H. Poincare, Paris (invited minicourse).
 85. Black holes as a mathematical problem,
Kepler  Kolloquium der Fakultät, Regensburg, 15.11.2012.
 86.
Geometry and Physics,
A. Sommerfeld Center for Theoretical Physics, Munich,
19  23.11.2012 (invited lecture).
 87.
Relativity, Electromagnetism, Gravitation and Singularities,
Pauli Institute, Vienna,
19  23.11.2012 (invited lecture).
 88. 67. Fortbildungswoche,
Vienna, 25.2.2013 (invited lecture).
 89. GeLoSP2013  7th International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry,
July 22nd26th, 2013  São Paulo  Brazil (invited lecture).
 90. Avancées récentes en relativité mathématique,
conférence en l'honneur d'Yvonne ChoquetBruhat,
910 janvier 2014, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, BuressurYvette 90 (invited lecture) [YouTube].
 91.
WarwickImperialCambridge Geometric Analysis Seminar,
19 March 2014, Cambridge. (invited lecture).
 92. Leipzig University,
6 Mai 2014, Physics Colloquium.
 93. 1st Conference of the Polish Society on Relativity,
Spala, June 29 to July 4, 2014 (invited lecture).

94.
Oberwolfach Meeting on Analysis, Geometry and Topology of Positive Scalar Curvature Metrics, August 38, 2014 (invited lecture).

95.
79. Jahrestagung der DPG und DPGFrühjahrstagung,
Berlin, 15.  20. März 2015 (invited lecture).

96.
General Relativity and Gravitation: A Centennial Perspective,
University Park, June 712, 2015 (invited lecture) [programme with link to video].

97. RTG "Models of Gravity" Colloquium , July 1, 2015, University of Oldenburg (invited lecture).

98. Oberwolfach Meeting on Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity, July 1218, 2015 (invited participant).

99.
ESI workshop on "Hyperbolic Equations on Spacetimes: Stability, microlocal Analysis and Quantum Field Theory", Vienna,
September 711,
2015 (invited lecture).

100.
Recent advances in general relativity, Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris
September 2325,
2015 (invited lecture).

101.
Geometric aspects of GR, Montpellier,
September 28th  October 1st
2015 (invited lectures).

102.
2nd Conference of the Polish Society on Relativity: 100 Years of General Relativity,
Warsaw,
November
2328, 2015 (invited lecture).

103.
Conference on General Relativity, Sanya, China,
January 59,
2016 (invited lecture).


104.
Bartnik's 60th, Melbourne,
February 2226,
2016 (invited lecture).

105.
The Mathematics of Gravitation, Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications, March 9, 2016, Harvard University (Colloquium talk)

106.
Aspects of general relativity, May 2324, 2016, Harvard University.

107.
From Vacuum to the Universe,
Kitzbühel, June 26July 1,
2016 (invited lecture).

108.
Numerical and Mathematical Relativity,
Oppurg, 810 September
2016 (invited lecture).

109.
3rd Conference of the Polish Society on Relativity, Kraków, September 2527, 2016 (invited lecture).

110.
66. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft,
Vienna, September 2829.

111.
Foundations of the theory of Gravitational Waves,
Nordita, Stockholm, October 911, 2016 (invited lecture).

112.
Séminaire Bourbaki, Paris, November 5, 2016 (invited lecture) [YouTube].

113.
Gravitational waves, Warsaw, December 1011, 2016 (invited lecture).

114.
Modern developments in General Relativity and their historical roots, London, January 1012, 2017 (invited lecture).

115.
Hyperbolic equations and mathematical physics, Bordeaux, May 29  June 1, 2017 (invited lecture).

116.
Workshop on General Relativity & AdS/CFT,
October 23  27, 2017, The Fields Institute, Toronto (invited lecture).

117.
On the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017,
October 31, 2017, ChemischPhysikalische Gesellschaft Wien (invited lecture).
PhD Advisees
 O. Lengard, PhD December 2001.
 A. Cabet, PhD December 2003.
 J.
Loizelet, PhD June 2008.
 J.
Lopes Costa, PhD January 2010.
 R. Tagné Wafo, PhD April 2011.
 J. Cortier, PhD September 2011.
 T. Paetz, PhD December 2014.
 M. Hoerzinger, PhD student since July 2013.
 P. Klinger, PhD student since September 2015.
 J. Knopik, PhD student since September 2017.
Grants
Grant of the Polish Council for Scientific Research Nr KBN 2
1047 9101, 9.919.94 (with W. Kondracki et A. Królak,
both at the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of
Sciences).
Grant of the Polish Council for Scientific Research Nr KBN
2 P302 095 06, 9.939.96 (with W. Kondracki, A.
Królak (both at the Institute of Mathematics of the
Polish Academy of Sciences) and W. Rudnicki (Wyzsza
Szkoa Pedagogiczna, Rzeszów)).
Grant of the Swedish Research Committe Nr RRA 04873310,
1994 (with L. Andersson, Royal Institute of Technology,
Stockholm).
Grant of the Polish Council for Scientific Research Nr KBN
2 P301 050 07, 9.949.97 (with W. Kondracki et A.
Królak, both at the Institute of Mathematics of the
Polish Academy of Sciences).
Grant of the Gustaffson Foundation, 1995 (with L.
Andersson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm).
Grant of the Polish Council for Scientific Research Nr KBN
2 P03B 073 15, 1.08.199831.07.2001 (with W. Kondracki,
Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences,
and W. Rudnicki, Wyzsza Szkoa Pedagogiczna, Rzeszów).
Grant of the Polish Council for Scientific Research Nr KBN
2 P03B 130 16, 1.01.199931.12.2001 (with R. Budzynski, W.
Kondracki and A. Królak, all at the Institute of
Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences).
Grant of the Polish Council for Scientific
Research Nr KBN 2 P03B 073 24, 20032006 (with R.
Budzynski, J.Jezierski and W. Kondracki, at the
Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of
Sciences (RB and WK) or University of Warsaw (JJ)).
Grant of the Polish Ministry of Science Nr
N201 372736, 20092012 (with J. Kijowski and
J.Jezierski, University of Warsaw).
FWF project P 23719N16, 20122016
FWF project
P 24170N16, 20132017
Grant Narodowe Centrum Nauki DEC2011/03/B/ST/02625, 20122015 (with J. Kijowski and
J.Jezierski, University of Warsaw).
FWF project
P 29517N16, 20162020
Grant of the Polish
National Center of Science (NCN) 2016/21/B/ST1/00940 (with J. Kijowski and
J.Jezierski, University of Warsaw).
Editorial boards


1.
Classical and
Quantum Gravity, January 1997  December 2004 (advisory panel: January 2011  December 2016).

2.
Annales Henri Poincaré since August 1999 (sectional editor: January 2008  December 2012).
 3.
Communications in Mathematical Physics.
since November 2008
 4. Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, since January 2010
 5. Montashefte fuer Mathematik, since July 2012
 6. Mathematics, since August 2012
 7. Open Physics, since August 2015
 8. Living Reviews, since September 2016
Conferenceorganisation and further
editorial work

1.
Minisemester "Mathematical Aspects of theories of
gravitation'', held in FebruaryMarch 1996 in the Banach Center of
the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. Member of the
organizing committee (together with A. Królak and
W. Kondracki), and of the scientific committee,
responsible for the for the first three weeks of the
workshop concerning global aspects of Lorentzian
manifolds. Editor of Volume I of the Proceedings.

2.
Arthur Besse seminar on Lorentzian Geometry, Nancy, June
1998: member of the scientific committee (group photo
(jpg): [68K][1,67M]).

3.
General Relativity and Gravitation 15, Pune (India), December 1997:
organiser of the workshop "Mathematical studies of the
field equations''.

4.
Rome
Marcel
Grossmann Meeting, July 2000: organiser of the
parallel session "GT9 Global
Structure: Singularities, Cosmic Censorship,
Asymptotics''.

5.
Summer School
50 years of the Cauchy problem in General Relativity,
Cargèse,
Corsica, July 29  August 10, 2002. Coorganiser with
Helmut Friedrich (AEI, Golm),
member of the scientific committee. Editor of the electronic
proceedings, coeditor with H.Friedrich of the
associated volume.

6.
Workshop on Penrose inequalities, Erwin Schroedinger
Institute, Vienna, JuneJuly 2003 and August 2004. Coorganiser with
R.Beig and W.Simon.

7.
Program on Global problems in mathematical relativity, Newton
Institute, Cambridge, AugustDecember 2005. Coorganiser with
H.Friedrich and P.Tod.

8.
Oberwolfach
meeting on mathematical aspects of general relativity,
January 8th  January 14th, 2006. Coorganiser with
J. Isenberg and A. Rendall.

9.
International Congress on Mathematical Physics, Rio
de Janeiro August 6  13, 2006. Organiser of the special session
on classical general relativity.

10.
General Relativity and Gravitation 18, Sydney, August 2007, member of the scientific committee.
 11.Workshop "Mathematical
Aspects of General Relativity", Niels
Bohr Academy, Copenhagen, April 717, 2008,
member of the organising committee (with Tobias
Colding, Mihalis Dafermos, Bergfinnur Durhuus, Niels
Obers, Jan Philip Solovej, and Paul Tod).

12. Analytic
and geometrical aspects of PDEs in general
relativity,
Bordeaux, June 2008, member of the scientific
committee.
 13.
Geometry and Analysis, conference at the
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, August 2529, 2008, member of the organising committee (with Lars Andersson, Albert Einstein Institute, and
Hans Ringström, KTH), and of the scientific committee.

14.
Geometry,
Analysis, and General Relativity, member of the
steering committee (with Lars Andersson, Albert
Einstein Institute, Hans Ringström, KTH, Stockholm, and
Richard Schoen, Stanford) of a research programme at
the Mittag
Leffler Institute, Stockholm, SeptemberDecember
2008.

15.
Oberwolfach meeting on mathematical
aspects of general relativity, 1117 October
2009. Coorganiser with J. Isenberg and A. Rendall.
 16. PDEs,
relativity & nonlinear waves, Granada, April
59, 2010. Coorganiser with S.Calogero, J. Nieto,
and J. Soler.
 17.
Mathematical Relativity, Edinburgh, ICMS, September
17, 2010. Coorganiser with P. Blue and P. Tod.
 18. 1st Central European Seminar
on Mathematical Relativity, ESI, Vienna, January 2829,
2011. Coorganiser with R. Beig, P. Bizon, and H.
Friedrich.
 19.
Beijing Summer Program in Mathematical Relativity 2011, Beijing International Center for Mathematical
Research, June 625, 2011. Member of the scientific
committee.
 20. 2nd Central European Seminar
on Mathematical Relativity, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Krakow, February 24,
2012. Coorganiser with R. Beig, P. Bizon, and H.
Friedrich.
 21. Relativity and gravitation,
100 years after Einstein in Prague, June 25 – 29, 2012, Prague. Member of the scientific organizing
committee.
 22. "Oxford2012 International Conference on Nonlinear Partial
Differential
Equations", 1013 September 2012, Oxford. Scientific organizing
committee (with M. Dafermos) of the Minisymposium on Nonlinear PDE in General Relativity.
 23. 3rd Central EuropeanSeminar
on Mathematical Relativity, Albert Einstein Institute, Golm, February 79,
2013. Coorganiser with L. Andersson, R. Beig, P. Bizon, and H.
Friedrich.

24.
General Relativity and Gravitation 19, Warszawa (Poland), July 2013:
organiser of the parallel session "Mathematical relativity and other progress in classical gravity theory".
 25.
Mathematical General Relativity , research program at
MSRI, Berkeley,
Aug 19, 2013 to Dec 20, 2013, member of the organising committee (with
Yvonne ChoquetBruhat, Greg Galloway, Gerhard Huisken, James Isenberg, Sergiu Klainerman, Igor Rodniansky, and Richard Schoen)
 26. 4th Central European Seminar
on Mathematical Relativity, ESI, Vienna, February 27March 1,
2014. Coorganiser with L. Andersson, R. Beig, P. Bizon, and H.
Friedrich.
 27. Geometrical Analysis and Relativity, Hefei, July 610
2014. Coorganiser with M. Cai, X. Chen, J. Isenberg and G. Galloway.
 28. 5th Central European Seminar
on Mathematical Relativity, Budapest, February 27March 1, 2015. Coorganiser with L. Andersson, R. Beig, P. Bizon, H. Friedrich and I. Rácz.
 29. 100 years of curved spacetime, workshop coorganised with M.Aspelmeyer, C.Brukner and D.Grumiller, Vienna, Austrian Academy of Sciences, 57 Oct. 2015, part of the
Gravitation 2015 activities.

30. 6th Central European Seminar on Mathematical Relativity, Prague, January 2830, 2016. Coorganiser with L. Andersson, R. Beig, P. Bizon, H. Friedrich, J. Bicak and T. Ledvinka.

31. Aspects of general relativity, Harvard University, May 2324, 2016. Coorganiser with S.T. Yau.

32. 7th Central European Seminar on Mathematical Relativity, Bremen, February 2325, 2017. Coorganiser with L. Andersson, R. Beig, P. Bizon, H. Friedrich and N. Guerlenbeck.

33. Nonregular spacetime geometry, Firenze, June 2022, 2017. Coorganiser with James Grant,
Michael Kunzinger and
Ettore Minguzzi.

34. Program,
summer school,
conference and
workshop on Relativity and Geometry, Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Vienna, July 17September 8, 2017. Coorganiser with R. Beig, M. Eichmair, G. Galloway, T.T. Paetz and R. Schoen.

35. 8th Central European Seminar on Mathematical Relativity, Brno, February 1517, 2018.. Coorganiser with L. Andersson, R. Beig, P. Bizon, H. Friedrich, F. Hinterleitner and M. Maliborski.

36.
Workshop on Mass in General Relativity, Simons Center, Stony Brook,
March 2630, 2018.
Coorganizer with R. Schoen, C. Sormani, M.T. Wang and ST. Yau.

37.
Singularities of general relativity and their quantum fate, Centrum Banacha, Warszawa,
May 2125, 2018.
Member of the scientific committee.
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