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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

My current work involves studying the non-smooth structures of black hole horizons. These structures may give us clues about black hole entropy, in a similar way to how non-smooth entangling surfaces yield additional terms in the entanglement entropy. This work is done in collaboration with my supervisor Prof. Harvey Reall.


Creases, corners and caustics: properties of non-smooth structures on black hole horizons
M Gadioux, HS Reall

Research Group

High Energy Physics




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