Welcome!

Welcome to the Grav@Zon - Gravity @ Amazonia - webpage! Grav@Zon is a team of professors, researchers and students, dedicated to understand how gravity works and how fundamental fields/particles gravitate. The group is based mainly in Amazonia - Brazil, with collaborators in other parts of the world. Check out our team members.

 

Honorable Mention in José Leite Lopes Thesis Prize

Carolina Benone's doctoral thesis entitled "Scalar Fields in Black Hole Spacetimes and Analogues" received honorable mention in the José Leite Lopes Thesis Award of the Brazilian Physics Society. This is the third distinction received for her doctoral thesis. Congratulations Carolina! (November/2020)

 

Caio Macedo gave a webinar at GravBR meeting

Caio Macedo, from the Grav@zon group, presented the webinar entitled "Ultralight bosonic fields, compact objects and gravitational waves", on 15th October 2020, during the GravBR weekly meetings. The webinar is available on Youtube and can be accessed by clicking here. (October/2020)


 

 



 

Rafael Bernar gave a webinar at GravBR meeting

Rafael Bernar, from the Grav@zon group, presented the webinar entitled "The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics", on 12th November 2020, during the GravBR weekly meetings. The webinar is available on Youtube and can be accessed by clicking here. (November/2020)


 

 



 

The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics announced for black hole discoveries

The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics was announced on 06th October for three black hole researchers: Roger Penrose was recognized for his work showing that black hole formation is a robust prediction of General Relativity, receiving half of the total prize. The other half is to be given jointly to Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez for their discovery of a supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy, the Milky Way. (October/2020)


 
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