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The University of Southampton
STAG Research Centre

Gravity seminar - PhD student talks Seminar

28 October 2021
Online seminar

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Fabian Gittins at .

Event details

Student talks

PhD students report their recent progress in 1-slide mini talks


Collected slides, in the order

Mekhi Dhesi, Modelling black-hole binaries in the intermediate-mass-ratio regime
Thomas Celora, Relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics and turbulence
Adam Chalabi, Boundaries and Defects in CFT
Chris Whittall, Self-force in hyperbolic scattering: frequency-domain approach
Thomas Hutchins, Accretion-Driven Thermal ‘Mountains’ in Magnetic Neutron Stars
Oliver Long, Self force
Garvin Yim, Modelling small glitch-like events as neutron star f-mode oscillations
Enrico Parisini, AdS
Peter Hammond, Reactions in Binary Neutron Star Mergers
Geraint Evans, Chiral anomaly induces charged pion vortex lattice
Sami Rawash, How do black hole microstates look like in the full quantum gravity description?
Savvas Pitsinigkos, Quark–Hadron transition in compact stars
Sam Upton, Second-order gravitational self-force in a highly regular gauge
Alex Davey, Strong Cosmic Censorship in higher dimensions
Marcus Hatton, Chapman-Enskog Expansion Applied to the Israel-Stewart Formalism for Near-Ideal Hydrodynamics
Benjamin Kitching-Morley, Holographic cosmology
Adam Spiers, Second-Order Self-Force
Davide Bufalini, Surfing the string worldsheet inside black holes
Daniel Hasenbichler, Exponential asymptotics

Speaker information

PhD students.

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