Kerr uniqueness and what's trapping got to do with it
General Relativity, Geometry and Analysis: beyond the first 100 years after Einstein
13 November 16:00 - 17:00
Claudio Paganini - Monash University
It is well known that trapping is an obstacle for black hole stability. However it turns out that it also plays an important role in some approaches to black hole uniqueness. I will start by discussing trapping in Kerr and will then explain the problem of T-orthogonal trapping as well as a bunch of ideas and fractional results I've developed over the years in an attempt to tackle it.
Please note: The venue for this seminar is the old seminar room in the main building of the institute.
Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Philippe G. LeFloch
University of California, Irvine