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DATE: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 17:31:42 -0000
USER: Samuel Axel
INSTITUTION: University of Mauritius
Dear Sir / Madam,
I recently graduated in physics at the University of Mauritius, obtaining a first class degree in BSc (Hons) Physics and have done a dissertation on 'General Relativistic Effects in Compact Binaries'.
The articles that have been published in Living Reviews have enormously helped me to complete and submit a good dissertation. These free articles you are providing are like treasures to young African scientists like me since generally we do not have access to very good books on relativity and on the astrophysics of compact objects even at the library of the university. Moreover, the standard texts on relativity are usually very expensive so unaffordable.
Thus, I am grateful to you for the great job you and the researchers are doing. I thank you in advance for accepting these few words from my part.
A. Z. Samuel
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i am a master's student and want to work on general relativity! does anybody have information on the most recent fields of research in general relativity!
An excellent reference for advanced students is Living Reviews in Relativity, a website which offers many authoritative and generally excellent review papers.
From: Travis C. Brooks
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 08:52:28 -0800
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From: Comer Duncan
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 15:09:51 -0400
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From: Bei Lok Hu
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2008 03:31:02 -0400
From the perspective of a reader, I can say that the electronic publication of a continuously updatable review such as LRR has finally brought members of our community to within each other's light cone (we can't say `we can't find it' anymore) and promoted in us a sense of relevance and togetherness. -- BL
From: Centrella, Joan M.
Date: 14.04.2011 18:41
I am writing a short overview article on GWs for astrophysicists who are not GW experts, I am keen to reference review articles. I am referencing 4 LRR articles! It's a great journal, and so accessible – I like to reference articles that are both peer-reviewed and available freely online.
From: Sabine Hossenfelder
My review on the minimal length scale got now published in Living Reviews in Relativity. I have been very impressed by how smoothly and well-organized their review and publication process went. Needless to say, now every time I see a paper on the arXiv on a topic covered by the review, I'm dreading the day I have to update this thing.
DATE: Tue, 18 Oct 2005 13:48:50 -0000
USER: Khalil DAIFFALLAH
INSTITUTION: Astronomy, Astrophysics and Geophysics Research Center
(CRAAG), Algiers, Algeria
thank you very much for this Solar Physics paradise!
Date: Aug 07, 2005 05:49 PM
Have seen a few of your articles, and am very impressed!!! Particularly articles by Fan and Charbonneau
Date: Nov 17, 2005 01:51 PM
P.S. Love the journal!
DATE: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 09:55:32 -0000
USER: Ms. Ileane B. Smith
Dear Living Reviews,
This is a great resource and format for presenting solar research. I find it hard to decide which paper to read first! (...)
From: R.C. (potential author)
Date: Jan 3, 2011 6:39 PM
I'm flattered by your request to serve as author for one of the Living Reviews, and I'm very intrigued by the idea of producing an evolving document on the subject [...]. I always find myself updating or amending personal notes on many scientific subjects that I need to investigate for my own work, so the concept of regularly maintaining a scientific article is very appealing to me, and very close to my work style.
"The Solar Magnetic Cycle: Past, Present, and Future"
The Coronal Courant, 2011, 1 (3), p. 36
As I was writing this short review, I realized how important and useful are the "Living Reviews in Solar Physics" for me. I want to thank everyone involved in making them happen (editors, writers, staff, etc.). The reviews represent an invaluable tool for students and researchers in solar physics. The same applies to NASA/SAO Astrophysics Data System (ADS; another crucial tool for astrophysical research).
From: Marius Potgieter
Subject: Re: Living Reviews: Refereeing Decision
Thank you for the careful reading of this long review and the many significant and useful comments, suggestions and corrections. It made my work easier and I appreciate it very much. I wish that more referee reports could be done with such dignity and with such a high standard.