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Coloquio UAM-ICMAT

Recent advances in mathematical general relativity

Niky Kamran (McGill University (Canada))
Martes, 26 de septiembre, ICMAT, Aula Naranja, 12:00h.

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[yjsgacgroup title="Abstract" active="0"]Einstein's general theory of relativity provides a geometrical description of gravity in terms of space-time curvature. The Einstein field equations pose fascinating challenges that have stimulated a great deal of research in geometry and partial differential equations. Important questions include the well-posedness of the initial value problem, the linear and non-linear stability of space-times, the formation of black holes, and the boundary value problems arising from the classical aspects of the AdS/CFT correspondence. I will give a survey of some significant advances and open problems pertaining to these questions. No background knowledge of General Relativity will be assumed.[/yjsgacgroup]
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Localización Martes, 26 de septiembre, ICMAT, Aula Naranja