New Associate Editors 2022
GRG welcomes new Editorial Board members
At General Relativity and Gravitation, Associate Editors play an important part in shaping the journal's scope and, most importantly, organizing the peer-review process of submissions.
We are proud to work with a great Editorial Board formed by renowned experts from a wide range of gravitational research!
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In 2022, we are happy to welcome three new Associate Editors to the journal:
Sumanta Chakraborty, Gonzalo Olmo, and Kent Yagi
Sumanta Chakraborty is a Faculty Fellow at the Indian Association forthe Cultivation of Science (IACS), Kolkata, India. He is interested in all aspects of theoretical gravity, starting from the quantum nature of black hole and its implications in gravitational waves, to quantum cosmology.
Gonzalo J. Olmo is a professor in the department of theoretical physics at the University of Valencia, Spain. His research activity focuses on the study of new physics beyond the limits of General Relativity, from phenomenological aspects involving modified theories of gravity in cosmology and astrophysics to their interplay with more fundamental issues related to space-time singularities, nonsingular compact objects, and the geometric nature of gravitation.
Kent Yagi is an assistant professor in the department of physics at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA. His research interest focuses on testing gravity in the strong-field regime and probing nuclear physics in the extreme dense environment through gravitational waves from black holes and neutron stars.
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