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The Center for Computational Relativity & Gravitation (CCRG) at RIT
Rochester Institute of Technology's team of astrophysicists and astronomers are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity - and pushing his work forward.
Einstein was right - and RIT helped prove it!
This video is the RIT release about the gravitational wave detection.
This live performance and multimedia presentation combines interpretive dance with computer simulations of black holes and neutron stars, gravitational waves and LIGO research.
Research at RIT: New Wave Astronomy
A spotlight on the work of the CCRG with Dr. Manuela Campanelli.
Binary Black Hole Inspiral with Kick
A simulation of black holes merging with a kick. Visualization by Dr. Hans-Peter Bischof; simulation but Dr. Manuela Campanelli, Dr. Carlos Lousto, and Dr. Yosef Zlochower.
RIT Black Hole Merger
A fanciful black hole visualization. Visualization work done by Dr. Hans-Peter Bischof.
Top down Binary Black Hole Merger with Grid
In a simulation by Hans-Peter Bischof, we see the merger of two black holes and the gravitational waves that it produces. Original simulation by Manuela Campanelli, Carlos Lousto, and Yosef Zlochower.
Three Black Holes Merging
A visualization of three black holes merging. Visualization by Dr. Hans-Peter Bischof, simulation by Dr. Manuela Camapnelli, Dr. Carlos Lousto, and Dr. Yosef Zlochower.
Binary Black Hole Merger with Grid
A view of merging black holes and the spacetime waves. Visualization by Dr. Hans-Peter Bischof and simulation by Dr. Manuela Campanelli, Dr. Carlos Lousto, and Dr. Yosef Zlochower.
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