Atlantic General Relativity 2020 Online Postdoc/Student Seminar Series
general relativity and quantum cosmology mathematical physics
|Audience:||Researchers in the topic|
|Seminar series times:||No fixed schedule|
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The Atlantic General Relativity 2020 Online Postdoc/Student Seminar Series is in the tradition of the annual AGR meetings, providing a forum not only for students and postdocs to present their research and make professional contacts, but also to facilitate connections and collaborations between all Atlantic Canadian relativists. The series is student-organized and includes all areas of classical and quantum gravity. Talks will occur on the last Wednesday of every month, with each session consisting of two 30-minute talks.
The Atlantic General Relativity 2020 Online Postdoc/Student Seminar Series is made possible through support from the Atlantic Association of Research in Mathematical Sciences (AARMS).
|Wed||Feb 24||16:00||Sarah Mime MacDonald Muth||Marginally Outer Trapped (Open) Surfaces in 4+1 Dimensional Schwarzschild|
|Wed||Nov 25||16:30||Saikat Mondal||Marginally outer trapped (open) surfaces in Schwarzschild geometry and extreme mass ratio merger|
|Wed||Nov 25||16:00||Jinzhao Wang||Outer entropy equals Bartnik-Bray inner mass, and the gravitational ant conjecture|
|Wed||Oct 28||16:00||Turkuler Durgut||Asymptotically Anti-de Sitter Gravitational Solitons|
|Wed||Sep 30||16:00||Kam To Billy Chan||The Reissner-Nordstrom Near Horizon Geometry is a Tangent Spacetime|
|Wed||Aug 26||16:30||Sharmin Akhter||Rigidity of Marginally Outer Trapped Surfaces in RNdS Spacetime|
|Wed||Jul 29||16:30||Robert Santacruz||Quantizing gravity is not that hard if you know how: An undergraduate guide to black holes|
|Wed||Jul 29||16:00||Sharmila Gunasekaran||Slow decay of waves in gravitational solitons|