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European Einstein Toolkit Workshop at KCL

The European Einstein Toolkit School and Workshop 2019 will be held at King's College London, UK, from 2 - 6 September 2019.

The first two days comprise a school that includes lectures and tutorials geared towards new users of the toolkit. The following three days will focus on the status and future development of the toolkit, including scientific talks as well as dedicated discussion sessions. All are welcome throughout. There are no registration fees.

You can find more details on the Workshop website, including registration link.

US Einstein Toolkit Workshop at RIT

The US Einstein Toolkit School and Workshop will be held at the University of Rochester on June 17 through June 19

Morning sessions on the first two days are dedicated to discussing the status and future directions of the toolkit, and afternoon sessions dedicated to tutorials for new users. The final day will be dedicated to discussing codes and techniques used by other collaborations and the feasibility of importing those algorithms into the toolkit. Please visit the workshop website for more details and the program. Registration is open.

New EinsteinToolkit Release

There is a new EinsteinToolkit release, the "Proca" Release. Please check the release notes for details.

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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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