Announcement of the Annual Essay Competition of the Gravity Research Foundation Publication: International Journal of Modern Physics D, Volume 19, Issue 14, pp. 2231 (2010).
The theory received an Honorable Mention in the 2014 Essay Competition of the Gravity Research Foundation for explaining the smallness of cosmological constant. Also the theory received an Honorable Mention in the 2015 Essay Competition of the Gravity Research Foundation for naturally explaining the observed large-scale homogeneity and isotropy of the universe due to the proposed quantum.
Post navigation Previous Next More info: external link Contact: grideoutjr(AT)aol.com 2020 Awards for Essays on Gravitation. 2020 Awards for Essays on Gravitation. In 2020, for our seventy-first competition, the trustees of the Gravity Research Foundation are offering five awards for short essays for stimulating thought and encouraging work on the phenomenon of gravitation.
Special issue - Review papers and selected papers for the Gravity Research Foundation Annual Essay Competition 2003 - Foreword General Relativity and Gravitation is a journal devoted to all aspects of modern; Gravity Research Foundation Essay Awards 2011 Close.
Dr Chan Man-ho Receives International Acclaim for Emergent Gravity Essay Dr Chan Man-ho, Assistant Professor at the Department of Science and Environmental Studies, has gained an Honorable Mention from the Gravity Research Foundation in USA for his entry in a prestigious international competition highly regarded by physicists worldwide, namely “Awards for Essays on Gravitation 2019”.
Second Award, Gravity Research Foundation Essay Competition, 2007 Elected Non-resident Member, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SANU), Belgrade, Serbia, 2006 RESCEU Visiting Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2006.
Second prize in the Gravity Research Foundation 2013 essay competition (2013) McWilliams Postdoctoral Fellowship (2011) - Carnegie Mellon University; Sangeeta Pradhan Memorial Gold Medal (2006) - Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
Special issue: Invited papers on the Thirring-Lense effect, other invited reviews, and selected essays from the annual essay competition of the Gravity Research Foundation (GRF) for the year 2005.