Special Issue "New Solutions of Einstein Equations in Spherical Symmetry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 March 2021) | Viewed by 5171
Interests: extended theories of gravity; exact solutions in general relativity and cosmology: quantum field in curved spacetime; quantum cosmology
Interests: theoretical physics; cosmology; quantum field theories; relativistic quantum information
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As a purely mathematical theory, Einstein's Relativity predicts many models, whose properties can arouse interest in view of experimental proof of their actual validity. In the search for exact solutions to Einstein's equations, and related field equations coming from other theories of gravity, spherical solutions have obviously played a central role from the beginning. Despite its inadequacy in describing a phenomenon of great importance and topicality, such as the emission of gravitational waves, spherical symmetry represents a rich training ground of relatively simple mathematical models, which can, however, show many central features of any theory of gravitation, such as gravitational collapse, the onset of horizons, and the formation of singularities. Furthermore, it is well known that the principles underlying relativistic cosmology lead us to consider the evolution of the universe in a spherical framework.
In this Special Issue of Symmetry, we wish to host contributions that illustrate the richness of Einstein's theory, through the presentation of new spherical solutions or through an original reinterpretation of the physical meaning of solutions already known in the literature, possibly also in the context of extended theories of gravity. Experts in the theory of Relativity are cordially invited to contribute their work on the topics indicated above.
Prof. Salvatore Capozziello
Prof. Orlando Luongo
Prof. Roberto Giambò
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- Spherical symmetry
- Cosmological solutions
- Gravitational collapse
- Extended theories of gravity
- Black holes
- Dark energy
- Dark matter