Seminar on Quantum Field Theory, Gravitation, and Elementary Particles


Dr. D. Cadamuro
Prof. S. Hollands
Prof. R. Verch

Organization:
Dr. J. Zahn

Monday, 15:15 – 16:45 (1 hour talk, followed by questions), seminar room 114 ITP
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Schedule for the summer term 2019:

Date Speaker Title (hover/click for abstract)
01.04.
08.04. Moritz Thurmair (ITP)
15.04. Reinhard Meinel (Jena)
22.04. public holiday
29.04. Alexander Stottmeister (Münster)
06.05. Vincenzo Morinelli (Roma Tor Vergata)
13.05. Alessandro Giuliani (Roma Tre)
20.05.
27.05.
03.06.
10.06. public holiday
17.06.
24.06. Valter Moretti (Trento)
01.07.
08.07.


Schedules of past terms:


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Abstract: The "inverse spectral transformation", a method developed in the context of soliton theory, can be used to solve boundary value problems of the stationary and axially symmetric Einstein and Einstein-Maxwell equations. Applying this technique, the talk shows in detail how the Kerr-Newman solution can be constructed as the unique asymptotically flat solution to the black hole boundary value problem (for a single connected horizon) in a straightforward manner. In this way, a proof of the "no-hair theorem" including the case of a degenerate horizon is given.
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