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Milwaukee, 20-22 October 2014
The Fall 2014 NANOGrav collaboration meeting will be held 20 - 22 October 2014 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, 25-27 October 2013
The 23rd Midwest Relativity Meeting will be held Friday and Saturday, October 25 and 26, 2013 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and will be followed by a Compact Objects meeting on Sunday October 27. Astrophysical talks on compact objects in the Relativity Meeting will be scheduled for Saturday to give a natural overlap.
Milwaukee, 26-29 January 2011
The Gravitational-wave Physics and Astronomy Workshop brought together experts in gravitational waves, astronomy and computational astrophysics to address open questions in gravitational-wave astronomy.
Milwaukee, May 26th and 27th 2010
Gravitational wave tests of the theory of gravity have the potential to shed light on some of the most profound challenges facing physics today: from explanations of cosmic acceleration and dark matter to the reconciliation of gravity and quantum theory.
Milwaukee, December 17th and 20th 2003
The Gravitational Wave Data Analysis Workshop is an annual meeting devoted to data analysis for current and future gravitational wave detectors, studies of potential gravitational wave sources, and detector physics. This workshop was hosted by UWM's LSC Group.