We are pleased to announce the first workshop on Reduced Order Modeling in General Relativity
to be held at the sunny California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, California on June 6 and 7, 2013.
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together researchers from gravitation physics, numerical
computing, and applied mathematics to foster interactions in an open environment of multi-disciplinary
discussion and collaboration.
There will be a series of accessible review talks aimed at non-experts about a number of topics
including: gravitational wave physics, reduced order modeling, gravitational wave data analysis,
approximation theory, numerical relativity, compressed sensing, and more.
We invite contributions for posters to showcase your work in these and related areas. Further
information can be found at this website, which will be updated regularly.
We look forward to seeing you at Caltech this June!
We request that all participants register so that we can get
an accurate estimate of the number of participants for refreshments and for the workshop dinner.
Registration can be completed online by filling out the
online Registration Form or by e-mail to
There will be no registration fee and financial support is not
available for travel expenses or local accommodations.
List of confirmed participants.
The workshop on Reduced Order Modeling in General Relativity will begin on
Thursday June 6 in Hameetman
Auditorium, Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Caltech (see
Information page for directions). Registration
will start on June 6 at 8:30 am. The Scientific Program,
including the detailed schedule of talks,
will be posted on the
Scientific Program link from this page.
Please see our Practical
Information page to learn about lodging, dining, directions,
parking, and computer support for the Workshop.