• Gravitational waves emitted in a black hole binary merger
  • Islands in the dual of an interface CFT model
  • Inhomoegeneities and formation of overdensities after inflation

Welcome to The Centre for Geometry, Analysis and Gravitation

The Queen Mary Centre for Geometry, Analysis and Gravitation is a world-leading multidisciplinary research centre on geometric analysis, partial differential equations, topology and all aspects of gravitation.  The Centre for Geometry, Analysis and Gravitation is leading the research on gravitational waves and quantum gravity at Queen Mary University of London, and it has become a reference centre in the UK and worldwide. Its members are a unique blend of pure and applied mathematicians working on different aspects of general relativity, numerical and mathematical relativity quantum gravity and gravitational aspects of string theory and holography.  

The Centre has received funding from prestigious sources such as the European Research Council (ERC), Royal Society University Research Fellowships, UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, various EPSRC standard grants, STFC Ernst Rutherford Fellowships, and STFC Consolidated grants.



Recent Publications

  • Federico S and Ruzhansky M (2024). Smoothing and Strichartz estimates for degenerate Schrödinger-type equations. Nonlinear Analysis, Elsevier vol. 242 
  • Shao CT and Guisset S (2024). On counterexamples to unique continuation for critically singular wave equations. Journal of Differential Equations, Elsevier 
  • Ruzhansky M, Shaimardan S and Yeskermessuly A (2024). Wave equation for Sturm-Liouville operator with singular potentials. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Elsevier vol. 531 (1) 

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