Good evening everyone, I am new in the field of General Relativity and I have been reading and learning about the subject in recent months.
For example, I read several articles about experiments designed to test the Principle of Equivalence and other aspects of this theory.
So I asked myself:
Are there aspects of General Relativity that have yet to be tested? Are there any experiments or projects under development? How can I contribute as an engineering student?
My questions are not innocent. This year I have to work on a project of initiation to research in my engineering school and I wondered in what type of project I could start, and above all if it is wise to get into such a field at my level.
I am very curious and wish to deepen my knowledge in the field. Last year I studied the Three-body problem from a newtonian point of view and in particular the calculation of Lagrange points and the study of their stability in the Sun-Earth orbital plane. Would there be one aspect of this problem that needs to be explored from a relativistic point of view as much in mathematics, physics and computer science?
I hope my English is sufficiently well written and understandable.