Our Institutions

The SXS project is a collaborative research effort involving members from multiple institutions. These links give you more information about our members' homes.

California Institute of Technology

 Caltech astrophysics homepage

Visiting Caltech

 

 

California State University - Fullerton

Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy Center homepage 

 

 

 

Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics

CITA homepage

 

 

 

Cornell University

Cornell astronomy homepage

Visiting Cornell

 

 

Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics ae engli blk small

Albert Einstein Institute homepage

 

 

 

Oberlin College

Oberlin Physics and Astronomy homepage

 

 

 

Washington State University

 Washington astronomy homepage

 

 

 

Four Areas of Science

Inspiration

Time writes no wrinkle
on thine azure brow,
Such as creation's dawn
beheld, thou rollest now.

Lord Byron's Childe Harold's Pilgrimage,
Canto IV,
Stanza 182

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About SXS

The SXS project is a collaborative research effort involving multiple institutions. Our goal is the simulation of black holes and other extreme spacetimes to gain a better understanding of Relativity, and the physics of exotic objects in the distant cosmos.

The SXS project is supported by Canada Research Chairs, CFI, CIfAR, Compute Canada, Max Planck Society, NASA, NSERC, the NSF, Ontario MEDI, the Sherman Fairchild Foundation, and XSEDE.

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#NobelPrize awarded for detection of gravitational waves! 🌀 SXS co-founder Kip Thorne among the three winners.

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