SIGRAV organizes every other year a National Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation that is meant to bring together the Italian scientists active in the fields of Classical and Quantum Gravity, Astrophysics and Relativistic Cosmology, and Experimental Gravity.Read More
Two “SIGRAV Prizes” (for “Classical and Quantum Gravity” and “Astrophysics, Cosmology and Experimental Gravity”) are awarded by SIGRAV every two years, to young Italian scientists of age not exceeding 40 at the time of the nomination (see below), who have given relevant contributions to General Relativity and Gravitational Physics.Read More
The Prize, consisting in a gold medal valued about 10KEuro (whenever the Prize is not shared), is reserved to scientists who carry out their activity in Europe and have given important contributions to the Physics of Gravitation. The Prize will be awarded every two years, following the indications of the SIGRAV Board, during the SIGRAV National Conferences.Read More
The Italian Society of General Relativity and Gravitation (SIGRAV) was founded in 1990 to bring together members of the Italian scientific community interested in various aspects of General Relativity and Gravitation.
SIGRAV organizes a National Conference every other year, a SIGRAV school, a Virgo school and during the National Conferences awards SIGRAV Prizes and Amaldi medal.