MG16

 

5.-10.07.2021

MG16 parallel session

Black Holes in Alternative Theories
of Gravity

July 6 and 8, 2021

 

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Chair

Prof. Dr. Jutta Kunz 

Institute of Physics
University of Oldenburg
26111 Oldenburg
Germany

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Prof. Dr Kamal Hajian

Middle East Technical University,
06800, Ankara,
Turkey

Description of the session

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Black holes are excellent probes to study strong gravitational fields and thus to test Einstein's theory of general relativity and its contenders by comparing their predictions with observations. Alternative theories of gravity may lead to distinctive features for black holes, which include their multipoles, quasi-normal modes or shadows.

Time and Place

The session will take place July 6 and 8, 2021 online
 

Schedule

Kamal Hajian and Jutta Kunz Summery of the parallel session BH3
   

Volkov, Mikhail

Asymptotically flat hairy black holes in massive bigravity
Abstract

Barrau, Aurelien An overview of quasinormal modes in modified andextended gravity
Abstract
Murk, Sebastian Constraining modified gravity theories withphysical black holes
Proceedings contribution
Santos, Nuno

Black holes, stationary clouds and magnetic fields
Abstract

Wondrak, Michael Florian Bardeen black hole from a self-dual radius in spacetime
Abstract
Kalita, Surajit Asymptotically flat black hole solution in modified gravity
Proceedings contribution
Xavier, Semin Infinitely degenerate exact Ricci-flat solutions in f(R) gravity
Proceedings contribution
Beckwith, Andrew Walcott Does the Penrose suggestion as to black holes from a prioruniverse showing up in today’s universe have credibility?Examined from a singular, and nonsingular beginning ofcosmological expansion
Proceedings contribution
Srivastava, Manu Analytical computation of quasi-normal modes of slowly-rotating black-holes in dCS gravity
Abstract
Rosa, Joao Luis Scalar perturbations of Kerr black-holes in hybridmetric-Palatini gravity
Abstract
Gera, Suvikranth Emergent magnetic monopoles in degenerate theory
Abstract
Rubiera-Garcia, Diego Black holes in metric-affine gravity: properties andobservational discriminators
Abstract
Ghezelbash, Masoud Holography for rotating black holes in f(T) gravity
Proceedings contribution
Poplawski, Nikodem Universe in a black hole with spin and torsion
Proceedings contribution
Magalhaes,Renan B. Absorption by deformed black holes
Abstract
Badia, Javier Shadow of a charged black hole surrounded by an anisotropicmatter field
Proceedings contribution

 

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