The 37th Jim Isenberg Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting

March 26-27, 2021 (online via zoom)

Hosted by the gravity group at the University of Arizona (Profs. Gralla and Paschalidis)

General Information

The meeting will consist of short contributed talks together with breaks for discussion. In the tradition of the Pacific Coast Gravity Meetings, students and postdocs are strongly encouraged to participate, and all areas of gravitational physics—classical and quantum, theory and experiment—are welcome. We would like this meeting to serve as a communication medium among all branches of gravitational physics. We particularly encourage participants from the quantum gravity, string theory, experimental gravity, and astrophysics communities. Because this is a regional meeting, many participants will be from the Western United States, but all are welcome. However, if there are more requests for talks than can be accommodated, priority will be given to students and postdocs based in the Western United States.

Student Talk Prize

A prize will be awarded for the best talk by a graduate student. To be considered, be sure to check the "I am a graduate student" box when registering. This prize is sponsored by DGRAV, the Division of Gravitational Physics of the American Physical Society.


You will submit your title and abstract when you register. The registration deadline is March 15.

The meeting will be held via zoom. Even if you don't want to give a talk, you will need to register so that we can send the meeting information to you by email. Please use your university email address to ensure that your registration is accepted.

Contact Sam Gralla with any questions.