A. Królak P. Chruściel | Preface, Contents, List of Participants | 1-10 |

J. Beem | Lorentzian geometry in the large | 11-20 |

G. Galloway | Some rigidity results for spatially closed spacetimes | 21-34 |

A. Rendall | An introduction to the Einstein–Vlasov system | 35-68 |

J. Shatah | Regularity results for semilinear and geometric wave equations | 69-90 |

C. Sogge | Fourier integral operators and nonlinear wave equations | 91-108 |

R. Beig | TT-tensors and conformally flat structures on 3-manifolds | 109-118 |

Y. Choquet-Bruhat J. York Jr. | Well posed reduced systems for the Einstein equations | 119-131 |

M. Dahl | The positive mass theorem for ALE manifolds | 133-142 |

C. Gundlach | Critical phenomena in gravitational collapse | 143-152 |

M. Heller W. Sasin | The closed Friedman world model with the initial and final singularities as a non-commutative space | 153-161 |

P. Joshi A. Królak | Nature of the central singularity in Szekeres models | 163-168 |

M. Kriele | A stable class of spacetimes with naked singularities | 169-178 |

G. Rein | Selfgravitating systems in Newtonian theory—the Vlasov–Poisson system | 179-194 |

O. Richter C. Klein | Algebro-geometric approach to the Ernst equation. I. Mathematical preliminaries | 195-204 |

L. Szabados | Quasi-local energy-momentum and the Sen geometry of two-surfaces | 205-219 |

N. Woodhouse | Integrability and Einstein’s equations | 221-232 |

E. Woolgar | Fastest curves and toroidal black holes | 233-242 |

A. Królak P. Chruściel | Preface, Contents, List of Participants | 1-10 |

B. Schutz | Gravitational radiation from accreting neutron stars | 11-17 |

T. Apostolatos | Gravitational waveforms from spinning objects | 19-22 |

M. Demiański | Cosmological background of gravitational waves | 23-30 |

K. Kokkotas | Stellar pulsations and gravitational-waves | 31-41 |

G. Schäfer | Post-Newtonian approximations and equations of motion of general relativity | 43-53 |

P. Jaranowski | Technicalities in the calculation of the 3rd post-Newtonian dynamics | 55-63 |

R. Capon | Progress towards a local expression for radiation reaction | 65-70 |

R. Rieth | On the validity of Wilson’s approach to general relativity | 71-74 |

M. Sasaki | Post-Newtonian approximation in the test particle limit | 75-83 |

H. Asada | Post-Newtonian hydrodynamic equations using the (3 + 1) formalism in general relativity | 85-93 |

J. Blackburn | The laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory project: LIGO | 95-135 |

R. Flaminio . et al. | VIRGO: a wide band gravitational wave detector | 137-143 |

M. Tinto | Theory of spacecraft Doppler tracking | 145-154 |

M. Tinto | A xylophone detector in space | 155-162 |

J. Lobo | Spherical detectors of gravitational waves | 163-178 |

J. Innocent B. Torrésani | Wavelet transform and binary coalescence detection | 169-208 |

R. Zieliński | Theory of parameter estimation | 209-220 |

S. Mohanty S. Dhurandhar | Gravitational waves from coalescing binaries: a hierarchical signal detection strategy | 221-233 |

P. Jaranowski | Inverse problem for networks of laser interferometers | 235-237 |

J. Gil A. Krawczyk G. Melikidze | Pulsar radiation | 239-255 |

A. Staruszkiewicz | On the quantal nature of the Coulomb field | 257-262 |

R. Tucker C. Wang | Non-Riemannian gravitational interactions | 263-271 |

S. Bażański | Is the geodesic hypothesis in general relativity falsifiable? | 273-285 |