1-3 octubre 2018
Campus Burjassot
Europe/Madrid timezone

The third edition of the "Cosmology and Astrophysics Network for Theoretical Advances and Training Actions (CANTATA)" Meeting will be held in Valencia, Spain, from 1st to 3rd October, 2018. It will be hosted by the Quantum Black Holes, Supergravity and Cosmology group at the Department of Theoretical Physics & IFIC of the University of Valencia & CSIC, Spain, in collaboration with other CANTATA members.

CANTATA is a COST Action which gathers a team of European leading experts in gravitational physics and cosmology around the timely goal of investigating the extension of Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. The ultimate goal of the action is to enhace already existing collaborations and establish an European network with the goal of developing a synergy between expertise and competences, leverage female gender representation, and foster participation of young researchers.

The 3rd CANTATA Meeting will consist of a Core Group meeting, a Working Group meeting and a Management Committee meeting. There is no registration fee to participate in the CANTATA meeting. There will be a limited number of talks only by invitation.

All participants of the Third CANTATA Meeting are welcome to participate in the satellite meeting FUture Gravitational Alternatives (FUGA), which will be held in Valencia from the 3rd to the 4th of October, 2018, being hosted by the same group in the same venue. The FUGA Meeting will mostly consist of contributed talks and a few invited talks. We actually encourage all participants to register to both CANTATA&FUGA meetings.

For any query directed to the CANTATA LOC, please reach us directly at cantatameeting2018[at]gmail.com. We will do our best to reply to your query as fast as possible.

Previous meetings:

  First CANTATA meeting, Lisbon 2016
  Second CANTATA meeting, Frankfort 2017

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Europe/Madrid
Campus Burjassot
4-4-4426 - Seminari Física Teòrica
Lise Meitner conference Room
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