The Einstein Toolkit

European Einstein Toolkit Meeting 2024

The European Einstein Toolkit Meeting will take place from 8 - 12 July 2024 at GRAPPA, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

This meeting will held in-person, with no online component. The first two days will cover presentations and tutorials geared towards new users of the Toolkit. Afterwards we will cover more specialized topics, including contributed talks, status and future development of the Toolkit, as well as dedicated discussion sessions.

For more information contact the organizers.

North American Einstein Toolkit Workshop and Meeting 2024

The North American Einstein Toolkit Meeting took take place from 3 - 7 June 2024 at The Center for Computation and Technology, at Louisiana State univerisity in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

This was be a hybrid conference with talks and participants both in-person and over zoom.

Recordings of presentations and slides will be made available shortly

The Einstein Toolkit is a community-driven software platform of core computational tools to advance and support research in relativistic astrophysics and gravitational physics. The conference consist of a mixture of tutorials for new users and talks about the latest developments both in the toolkit and the larger scientific community.

New Einstein Toolkit Release

There is a new Einstein Toolkit release, the "Meitner" Release. Please check the release notes for details.

Weekly telecon


Join us at the weekly Einstein Toolkit Zoom call at 9:00 am US Central Time on Thursdays.

About

The Einstein Toolkit is a community-driven software platform of core computational tools to advance and support research in relativistic astrophysics and gravitational physics.
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Get Started

If you have never used the Einstein Toolkit before, we provide a tutorial to get started You can also download the latest release and learn about visualize your simulations.
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Documentation

A lot of the documentation within the Einstein Toolkit is generated from comments in the source code, and more can be found on the Einstein Toolkit Wiki or other documents. We provide links to guides, tutorials and references.
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Interact with us

The Einstein Toolkit would not exist without numerious contributions from its community. It is easy to learn how you can contribute as well.
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