Jul 15 – 19, 2024
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
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Scalarized black holes - from equilibrium models to nonlinear dynamics

Jul 16, 2024, 9:45 AM
Federation Hall (University of Waterloo)

Federation Hall

University of Waterloo


Daniela Doneva (University of Tuebingen)


Black holes in Horndeski theories of gravity are a perfect playground for exploring possible deviations from General Relativity in a theory-specific manner and studying their astrophysical manifestation. I will review the recent advances in constructing stationary hairy black hole models in Gauss-Bonnet theories. Special attention will be paid to their nonlinear dynamics when isolated or put in a binary, and the resulting astrophysical implications. The potential loss of hyperbolicity will also be discussed.

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