# Encyclopedia:Space-time and gravitation

Current editors: Jean-Yves Vinet, Abhay Ashtekar, Carlo Rovelli, Richard P. Woodard, Olivier Minazzoli.

Former editors: Patrick Peter, Jorge Pullin, Riccardo Guida, Pedro Ferreira.

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# Future articles

- Stochastic gravitational background by Michele Maggiore
- Loop Quantum Cosmology by Ivan Agullo and Parampreet Singh
- Modern cosmology by George F.R. Ellis and Jean-Philippe Uzan
- Resonant-mass gravitational wave detectors by Eugenio Coccia
- Topology in Quantum Field Theory by Don Witt
- Loop Quantum Gravity by Eugenio Bianchi
- Astrophysical and cosmological signatures of Loop Quantum Gravity by Aurélien Barrau
- Inhomogeneous cosmology by Chris Clarkson
- Lorentz symmetry by Ralf Lehnert

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