Roy Kerr: discovering the Kerr Metric
Jean Eisenstaedt on the history of black hole science
Mihailis Dafermos speaks about how Black Holes could be understood as actual physical objects
Saul Teukolsky on simulations of the interactions between Black Holes on computers
Jörn Willems talks about X-Ray emissions from Black Holes and their accretion disks
B. S. Sathyaprakash: The intricacies of finding the signals from Black Hole mergers with gravitational wave observatories
Reinhard Genzel: Talks about how the object in the centre of our Milky Way was proven to be a Black Hole
Marta Volonteri: How do Black Holes influence the development of the Galaxies the are embedded in? Are they the cause for Galaxies to form?
Joris Verbiest: Finding gravitational waves by using a special kind of star as a tool
Roger Blandford: How could Black Holes cause huge amounts of matter to be ejected from active Galaxies?
Georgi Dvali: How quantum physics could resolve some of the appearant paradoxes posed by Black Holes
Atish Dabholkar lectures about quantum properties of black holes at the Kerr Conference