The Einstein Toolkit


GaTech Einstein Toolkit Workshop at Georgia Tech

Thank you for joining us at the North American Einstein Toolkit Workshop at Georgia Tech, from June 18 to June 20, 2018.

This meeting was open to anyone interested in numerical relativity and computational astrophysics and cosmology and in particular to Einstein toolkit users.

The workshop featured presentations on topic of current interest in the Einstein Toolkit as well as the oppurtunity to collaborate with fellow Eintein Toolkit Users. Please see the workshop documents for results of the discussions.

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EU Einstein Toolkit Workshop in Lisbon

Join us at the European Einstein Toolkit School and Workshop at Instituto Superior T├ęcnico, Lisbon from September 10 to September 13, 2018.

The Einstein Toolkit is an open source software platform for research in numerical relativity.

The first two days will cover presentations and tutorials geared towards newcomers. Afterwards time will be devoted to more specialized topics. All are welcome throughout. Time will additionally be set aside for discussions on the future development of the Toolkit.

There is no registration fee. Registration is now open.

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The Einstein Toolkit is a community-driven software platform of core computational tools to advance and support research in relativistic astrophysics and gravitational physics.


We provide a convenient method to get all of the Einstein Toolkit with just a few commands, and explain the whole process.
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A lot of the documentation within the Einstein Toolkit is generated from comments in the source code, and more can be found on the Einstein Toolkit Wiki or other documents. We provide links to guides, tutorials and references.
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The Einstein Toolkit would not exist without numerious contributions from its community. It is easy to learn how you can contribute as well.
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