Fields Geometric Analysis Colloquium

Event Information Asymptotics for the wave equation and the black hole stability problem
14:10 on Friday March 31, 2017
15:00 on Friday March 31, 2017
FI230, Fields Institute, 222 College St.
Stefanos Aretakis

University of Toronto

The asymptotic behavior of solutions to the wave equation on curved backgrounds is closely connected with various important open problems in general relativity such as the strong cosmic censorship and the black hole stability problem. In this talk, I will present a new technique that allows us to obtain the precise late-time asymptotics for solutions on such backgrounds and describe their relevance to the aforementioned problems. This is joint work with Y. Angelopoulos (UCLA) and D. Gajic (Imperial).