The Amaldi Medal of the Italian Society of General Relativity and Gravitational Physics for the year 2021 is awarded to Professor Andrzej Trautman for his fundamental contributions to the theory of gravitational waves. The prize, named after the famous physicist Edoardo Amaldi who was one of the fathers of experimental gravitational physics, is awarded every two years to European scientists who have made significant contributions to general relativity and gravitational physics. Info: in italian.
It is with deep sorrow that we learned on November 30, 2021, of the passing of Prof. Jerzy Jurkiewicz, one of the initiators, a founding member and former Vice President of the Polish Society on Relativity. He was 74 years old. Jerzy Jurkiewicz was born on July 22, 1947, in Krakow. In 1970 he received a […]
A group of friends discussing over dinner the classical and quantum black holes [Warszawa, 14ty września, 2019] from the left: Jerzy Lewandowski, Roger Penrose, Yongge Ma, Ted Newman, Carlo Rovelli, Francesca Vidotto Sir Roger Penrose, Honorary Member of the Polish Society on Relativity is among the 2020 Nobel Laureates in Physics. His distinguished achievement is the […]
25.09.2020: General Meeting of PoToR. Participants have chosen new board of society. The board now consits of: Jerzy Lewandowski (president), Jakub Mielczarek (vice-president), Agnieszka Janiuk (treasurer, finances), Patryk Mach, Marek Rogatko. Audit Committee consits of Jacek Jezierski, Jerzy Kowalski-Glikman and Tomasz Trześniewski.