The Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos is a multidisciplinary institute of Penn State researchers dedicated to the study of the most fundamental structure and constituents of the Universe.
A monograph entitled Loop Quantum Gravity: The First 30 Years was published in April 2017 in the series "100 Years of General Relativity." It presents a snapshot of the state of the art of Loop Quantum Gravity from the perspective of younger leading researchers, taking the reader from basics to recent advances, thereby bridging an important gap. It was edited by Abhay Ashtekar and Jorge Pullin.
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The Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos (IGC) is dedicated to fostering the highest quality education and research in cosmology, general relativity, gravitational wave astronomy, particle astrophysics, quantum gravity and string theory, focusing on the highest energy phenomena and fundamental issues in the science of the cosmos.
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