On 4-5 July 2013, the Albert Einstein Institute hosted a meeting to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the Kerr metric.
Speakers included Roy Kerr and Reinhard Genzel.
The one and one-half day meeting surveyed the importance of the Kerr metric for modern physics and astronomy and the history of the black hole concept.
The conference was held at the Max Planck Campus in Golm, Potsdam.
The talks were recorded on video. An archive of the video clips can be viewed here.