Special Issue "Extreme Regimes of Classical and Quantum Gravity Models. Theory, Observations, and the Role of Symmetries"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2023 | Viewed by 5685
General relativity and, more in general, extended theories of gravity provide a geometric formulation of the gravitational interaction.
Reconciling gravity with quantum mechanics is one of the most profound open problems in physics. Over the last few decades, efforts in this direction have led to a broad range of classical and quantum theoretical models which have revealed exciting connections and symmetries between different aspects of gravity and quantum physics. Observational physics also fulfills a crucial role in this field, since it is entrusted with the task of validating the wide variety of proposed models.
Analyzing gravity and its symmetries in the most extreme regimes represents a tool to gain precious information on the classical and quantum aspects of the gravitational interaction. Therefore, this Special Issue is focused on original approaches to the theoretical and/or the observational investigation of either the low-energy or the high-energy regimes of classical and/or quantum gravity theories. We cordially and earnestly invite researchers to contribute their original and high-quality research papers which can inspire advances in observational and theoretical gravity physics. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- Gravitational waves;
- Black hole and neutron star physics;
- Compact objects;
- Exotic compact objects (such as wormholes and boson stars);
- Approximation methods for the description of the N-body relativistic dynamics (such as post-Newtonian technique, numerical relativity, perturbation theory, gravitational self-force formalism);
- N-body problem in gravity theories;
- Effective-field theory approaches to quantum gravity;
- Gravity induced entanglement;
- Geometric formulations of gravity theories based on a broad use of geometric tools, such as differential geometry, geometric measure theory, and geometric algebra;
- Investigation of the global structure of spacetimes via differential and algebraic topology methods.
Dr. Emmanuele Battista
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- general relativity
- extended theories of gravity
- quantum gravity
- differential geometry
- geometric measure theory
- geometric algebra
- differential and algebraic topology
- gravitational waves
- black hole physics
- black hole merger
- neutron star merger
- neutron stars
- compact objects
- exotic compact objects
- boson stars
- N-body relativistic dynamics
- N-body problem
- post-Newtonian method
- numerical relativity
- perturbation theory
- gravitational self-force formalism
- effective-field theory models of gravity
- gravity-induced entanglement