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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.

 

Prof. Gonzalo Olmo gave a seminar at Belém

Prof. Gonzalo Olmo, from University of Valencia (Spain), visited Belém, and gave the seminar entitled "Visibility and impact of your research" at the Federal University of Pará. The target audience was master and PhD students, and research professors willing to raise the visibility of their researches. (February/2020)

 

Comment on "The first attempts to measure light deflection by the Sun" published in Nature Astronomy

Prof. Luís C. B. Crispino, from the Grav@zon group, together with Prof. Santiago Paolantonio, from the Observatorio Astronómico de Córdoba (Argentina), published the Comment entitled "The first attempts to measure light deflection by the Sun" in the prestigious scientific journal Nature Astronomy. (January/2020)

 

Prof. Gonzalo Olmo gave a short course at Belém

Prof. Gonzalo Olmo, from University of Valencia (Spain), visited Belém, and gave the short course entitled "Introduction to computational methods for modified gravity" at the Federal University of Pará. The target audience was Undergraduate, Master, and PhD students willing to learn symbolic computation in General Relativity and modified theories of gravity, using Wolfram Mathematica. (February/2020)

 

V Amazonian Symposium on Physics takes place in Belém

The V Amazonian Symposium on Physics took place at the Federal University of Pará on 18th-22nd November. This fifth edition celebrated the centenary of the first experimental test of General Relativity, namely, the measurement of light bending by the gravitational field of the Sun, during the total solar eclipse of May 29, 1919. The event had thirteen seminars, nine oral communications, one public lecture, and a posters section. (November/2019)

 
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