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2014 Workshop

Foundations of General Relativity
@ University of Michigan
Kuenzel Room
Michigan Union
January 25, 2014

Light Breakfast

"Global (and Other) Properties of Space-Times"
Robert Geroch (Physics, University of Chicago)
Comments by: Sophie Monahan (Michigan)

"The 'Geodesic Principle' is a Derived, Leading Order Approximation to 'Particle Motion' in General Relativity."
Robert Wald (Physics, University of Chicago)
Comments by: John Dougherty (UCSD)


"Curved Spaces in General Relativity Theory"
Lydia Bieri (Mathematics, University of Michigan)
Comments by: John Ware (Michigan)


"Does Time Pass Equably?  And is it the Same at Rome and at London?"
Gordon Belot (Philosophy, University of Michigan)
Comments by: Kevin Blackwell (Michigan)

After the workshop,there will be a party at David Baker's house (8 pm).
Please direct any questions about the workshop to Charles Sebens,

FOMP Workshop 2014     

While he is here, Robert Geroch will be giving a talk in the math department as part of their "Differential Equations Seminar."  Here's the info:

Date:  Friday, January 24, 2014
Location:  4088 East Hall (4:00 PM to 5:00 PM)
Chip Sebens,
Jan 24, 2014, 6:25 AM