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2018 North American Einstein Toolkit Workshop

@ Georgia Tech

Einstein Toolkit

Einstein Toolkit is an open source tool developed for the advancement of research in gravitational and relativistic astrophysics. It is widely used resource across the world in different areas of astrophysics. Developed initially as a tool for simulating black holes, today it has advanced into a complete software used for simulations of various astrophysical systems to the studies in cosmology. For more information, visit https://einsteintoolkit.org/


From past several years, ET workshops have served as a platform to build stronger collaborations and advancement of Einstein Toolkit. We hope to continue this legacy at this year’s workshop at Georgia Tech. With this workshop, we aim to bring various developers and users of ET to a common stage to further advance Einstein Toolkit. The three-day workshop will aim at discussing the current and future developments of ET. Special sessions will be dedicated to the ongoing projects and current working groups. For more details, click here.

New to ET? For new users, ET also organizes schools annually. The next school will be held in Lisbon in September, 2018. For more details, see the links below for past and upcoming schools and workshops.


  • Dates:   June 18 – June 20, 2018

  • Venue:  Room No. 1116, Marcus Nanotech Building,

                    Georgia Institute of Technology

                    345 Ferst Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA – 30318

Past Schools and Workshops