Gomes Da Silva, L.J. (2021). Conformal numerical method for self force applications in the time domain. Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. http://pirsa.org/21060006

MLA

Gomes Da Silva, Lidia Joana. Conformal numerical method for self force applications in the time domain. Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Jun. 07, 2021, http://pirsa.org/21060006

BibTex

@misc{ scivideos_PIRSA:21060006,
doi = {},
url = {http://pirsa.org/21060006},
author = {Gomes Da Silva, Lidia Joana},
keywords = {Other Physics},
language = {en},
title = {Conformal numerical method for self force applications in the time domain},
publisher = {Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics},
year = {2021},
month = {jun},
note = {PIRSA:21060006 see, \url{https://scivideos.org/PIRSA/21060006}}
}

"In 2034 LISA is due to be launched, which will provide the opportunity to extract physics from stellar objects and systems that would not otherwise be possible, among which are EMRIs. Unlike previous sources detected at LIGO, these sources can be simulated using an accurate computation of the gravitational self-force, resulting from the gravitational effects of the compact object orbiting around the massive BH. Whereas the field has seen outstanding progress in the frequency domain, metric reconstruction and self-force calculations are still an open challenge in the time domain. Such computations would not only further corroborate frequency domain calculations/models but also allow for full self-consistent evolution of the orbit under the effect of the self-force . Given we have a priori information about the local structure of the discontinuity at the particle, we will show how we can construct discontinuous spatial and temporal discretizations by operating on discontinuous Lagrange and Hermite interpolation formulae and hence recover higher order accuracy. We will show how this technique in conjunction with well-suited conformal (hyperboloidal slicing) and numerical (discontinuous time symmetric ) methods can provide a relatively simple method of lines numerical recipe approach to the problem. We will show, in particular, how this method can be applied to solve the Regge-Wheeler and Zerilli equations with a moving particle source in the time domain.
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Note to organizers: if both my talk and my supervisor, Charalampos Markakis, are selected could this please be after his ? Thank you for your consideration
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