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2014W, VU, 2.0h, 3.0EC

## Merkmale

• Semesterwochenstunden: 2.0
• ECTS: 3.0
• Typ: VU Vorlesung mit Übung

## Ziele der Lehrveranstaltung

Black holes have advanced to the forefront of current research in various disciplines: besides the obvious ones, general relativity, mathematical physics and astrophysics, also string theory, quantum chromodynamics, cosmology, computational physics, quantum gravity and even part of condensed matter physics devote a signi cant fraction of their resources to the study of black holes. It is thus both a fascinating and timely subject to investigate. The main purpose of this lecture is a comprehensive introduction to black hole physics.

## Inhalt der Lehrveranstaltung

History of black holes Phenomenology of and experiments with black holes Gravitational collapse and Chandrasekhar limit Metric and geodesic equation Geodesics for Schwarzschild black holes Curvature and basics of differential geometry Hilbert action and Einstein equations Spherically symmetric black holes and Birkhoff theorem Rotating black holes: the Kerr solution Geodesics for Kerr black holes Accretion disks and black hole observations Black hole analogs in condensed matter physics Critial collapse, quasinormal modes and numerical relativity

## LVA-Anmeldung

Nicht erforderlich

## Curricula

StudienkennzahlVerbindlichkeitSemesterAnm.Bed.Info
066 461 Technische Physik Gebundenes Wahlfach
066 461 Technische Physik Gebundenes Wahlfach

## Literatur

Further literature will be mentioned during the first lecture on October 10.

## Vorkenntnisse

good knowledge of special relativity is required basic knowledge of general relativity is helpful, but not required no prior knowledge of astrophysics, particle physics or cosmology is required

Englisch