Strong Gravity

From the big bang to neutron stars and black holes, Perimeter research into strong gravity explores cosmic cataclysms powerful enough to warp the fabric of spacetime. These areas of space where gravity is extremely strong serve as a natural experiment where researchers can theoretically "test" the validity of our current theory of gravity (Einstein's general relativity) and investigate alternative theories. Perimeter researchers also seek to understand and characterize the ways that curved or dynamical spacetimes are connected to other fundamental questions of physics. PI researchers in strong gravity also contribute to developments in other fields, including cosmology, quantum field theory and quantum gravity.

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Delaney Family John Archibald Wheeler Chair in Theoretical Physics
Radio astronomy
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Theoretical and experimental gravitation