Sharif University of Technology
Areas of Interest/Research
My research interest is mathematical physics, specially topics related to Quantum Gravity and black holes in general. My master thesis was about Topological Structure of a Black Holes Horizon in an Asymptotically flat space-times. It is very fascinating to see how physical intuitions can put restrictions on topology of an oriented two dimensional compact manifolds as the horizon of a black hole generated by two time-like vector fields. During my research I found that non-commutative differential geometry can play an important role to describe the behavior of black holes and might be the right approach toward an ultimate quantum gravity theorem. I was convinced by ‘tHooft’s argument stating that near a black hole’s singularity, points are not separated in space-like manner. Hence,the horizon might have a fuzzy structure and C* algebras are better tools to explain space-time around black holes than manifolds.
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