Presentations

[I] Invited plenary talks and colloquia
[C] Contributed conference talks
[S] Seminar talks
[O] Other presentations, outreach

  1. [S] 23/05/2019 University of Potdam, Germany
    Topics in Geometric Analyis
    A flow approach to Bartnik’s static metric extension conjecture in axisymmetry
  2. [C] 14/02/2019 Jagiellonian University Kraków, Poland
    9th Central European Relativity Seminar
    A geometric flow approach to the static metric extension problem for the Einstein equations in axisymmetry
  3. [I] 06/08/2018 Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany
    Mathematical General Relativity
    Critical phenomena in the general spherically symmetric Einstein-Yang-Mills system
  4. [I] 24/04/2017 Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
    Do black holes exist? The physics and philosophy of black holes
    How a black hole forms – gravitational collapse
  5. [I] 22/02/2017 Erwin Schrödinger Institute, University of Vienna, Austria
    Workshop: Geometric transport equations in general relativity
    Einstein-Vlasov evolution in axisymmetry
  6. [I] 08/02/2017 University of Potsdam, Germany
    Colloquium of the Institute for Mathematics
    Einstein equations and their numerical solution: evolution on hyperboloidal hypersurfaces
  7. [S] 08/07/2016 University of Regensburg, Germany
    Advanced Seminar in Analysis
    Hyperboloidal evolution of the Einstein equations
  8. [I] 18/05/2016 University of Tübingen, Germany
    Static metrics and Bartnik’s quasi-local mass conjecture
    Numerical approaches to static metric extensions and gluing
  9. [S] 05/11/2015 University of Tübingen, Germany
    Seminar Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Relativity
    Applications of numerical methods to Einstein’s and other geometric evolution equations
  10. [S] 04/09/2015 Chalmers Technical University, Gothenburg, Sweden
    Kinetic and Mathematical Physics Seminar
    Numerical approaches to global evolution of the Einstein equations
  11. [I] 30/03/2015 Gollwitz Castle, Brandenburg, Germany
    Junior Scientist Andrejewski Days: 100 Years of General Relativity
    Putting spacetime on a computer: numerical relativity
  12. [C] 19/03/2015 Technical University of Berlin, Germany
    Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society, Gravitation and Relativity Group
    Critical behaviour in the Einstein-Yang-Mills system
  13. [I] 30/01/2015 University of Tübingen, Germany
    Mathematical Colloquium
    Numerical approaches to global evolution of the Einstein equations
  14. [E] 30/10/2014 University of Bayreuth, Germany
    Mathematical Colloquium
    Numerical approaches to general relativity and geometric analysis
  15. [S] 09/10/2014 Max Planck Institut for Astronomy, Heidelberg, Germany
    Galaxies and Cosmology Seminar
    Cosmic censorship in gravitational collapse
  16. [S] 16/09/2014 University of Kiel, Germany
    Practical Mathematics Seminar
    Numerical approaches to general relativity and geometric analysis
  17. [O] 15/07/2014 Free University Berlin, Germany
    Habilitation talk
    The infinite uses of finite fields
  18. [I] 05/06/2014 University of Oldenburg, Germany
    Theoretical Physics Colloquium
    Critical phenomena in gravitational collapse
  19. [S] 09/04/2014 University of Vienna, Austria
    Gravitational Physics Seminar
    Hyperboloidal evolution of the Einstein equations
  20. [C] 20/03/2014 Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
    Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society, Gravitation and Relativity Group
    Einstein-matter dynamics with a hyperboloidal evolution code
  21. [I] 24/02/2014 Oppurg Castle, Thuringia, Germany
    Annual Meeting of the Research Training Group 1523 Quantum and Gravitational Fields (University of Jena)
    Cosmic censorship in gravitational collapse
  22. [S] 29/11/2013 Center for Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), University of Bremen, Germany
    Bremen-Oldenburg Relativity Seminar
    Formation and decay of coloured black holes and solitons in the large
  23. [C] 09/07/2013 University of Warsaw, Poland
    20th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation
    Hyperboloidal evolution of the Einstein-Yang-Mills system
  24. [S] 26/06/2013 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Institute Seminar
    Formation and decay of coloured black holes in the large
  25. [I] 01/03/2013 University of Jena
    Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society, Gravitation and Relativity Group
    Numerical evolution of the Einstein equations to future null infinity
  26. [S] 05/12/2012 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Seminar Geometric Analysis and Gravitation
    Hyperboloidal Einstein-matter evolution and tails for scalar and Yang-Mills fields
  27. [S] 27/11/2012 Free University Berlin, Germany
    Advanced Seminar Analysis, Geometry und Physics
    Hyperboloidal Einstein-matter evolution and tails for scalar and Yang-Mills fields
  28. [S] 19/10/2012 Cardiff University, UK
    Gravitational Physics Seminar
    Hyperboloidal Einstein-matter evolution and tails for scalar and Yang-Mills fields
  29. [I] 13/10/2012 Oppurg Castle, Thuringia, Germany
    Numerical and Mathematical Relativity
    Hyperboloidal Einstein-matter evolution and tails for scalar and Yang-Mills fields
  30. [I] 19/09/2012 Lindow, Brandenburg, Germany
    Annual Meeting of the International Max Planck Research School “Geometric Analysis, Gravitation and String Theory”
    Numerical relativity beyond astrophysics
  31. [C] 25/06/2012 University of Prague, Czech Republic
    Relativity and Gravitation: 100 Years after Einstein in Prague
    Evolution of the Einstein equations to future null infinity
  32. [S] 07/06/2012 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Wave Seminar
    Hyperboloidal evolution of the Einstein equations with matter
  33. [I] 31/05/2012 Free University Berlin, Germany
    Mathematical Colloquium
    The interplay between analytical and numerical methods in general relativity
  34. [I] 28/11/2011 Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics, Germany
    Geometric Partial Differential Equations: Theory, Numerics and Applications
    Evolution of the Einstein equations on constant mean curvature surfaces
  35. [I] 11/07/2011 International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, UK
    Numerical Relativity Beyond Astrophysics
    Vacuum axisymmetric gravitational collapse
  36. [I] 18/02/2010 Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Vienna, Austria
    Quantitative Studies of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena
    Axisymmetric constrained evolution to future null infinity
  37. [S] 25/01/2010 University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
    String Theory Seminar
    The state of the art in numerical relativity
  38. [S] 17/06/2009 University of Jena, Germany
    Gravitational Theory Seminar
    Constrained evolution to future null infinity
  39. [S] 17/06/2009 University of Jena, Germany
    Seminar of the Research Training Group 1523 Quantum and Gravitational Fields
    Numerically tractable formulations of the Einstein equations
  40. [S] 20/05/2009 University of Cambridge, UK
    High Energy Physics and General Relativity Seminar
    Regularity of the Einstein equations at future null infinity
  41. [C] 15/04/2009 Cardiff University, UK
    BritGrav 9
    Regularity of the Einstein equations at future null infinity
  42. [S] 19/03/2009 University of Southampton, UK
    General Relativity Seminar
    Regularity of the Einstein equations at future null infinity
  43. [C] 19/09/2008 University of Salamanca, Spain
    Spanish Relativity Meeting (Encuentros Relativistas Españoles) 2008
    Implementation of absorbing boundary conditions for the Einstein equations
  44. [C] 16/09/2008 University of Salamanca, Spain
    Spanish Relativity Meeting (Encuentros Relativistas Españoles) 2008
    Gravitational collapse of prolate Brill waves
  45. [S] 17/06/2008 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Numerical Relativity Seminar
    Constrained evolution in axisymmetry and the gravitational collapse of prolate Brill waves
  46. [C] 19/03/2008 University of York, UK
    BritGrav 8
    Constrained evolution in axisymmetry and the gravitational collapse of prolate Brill waves
  47. [S] 12/03/2008 Queen Mary, University of London, UK
    Relativity and Cosmology Seminar
    Constrained evolution in axisymmetry and the gravitational collapse of prolate Brill waves
  48. [O] 17/12/2007 Städtisches Gymnasium Petershagen, Germany
    Presentation for final-year (Abitur) students
    Spacetime on a Computer: Numerical Relativity
  49. [C] 17/03/2007 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA
    23rd Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting
    Outer boundary conditions put to the test
  50. [I] 21/11/2006 Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris, France
    From Geometry to Numerics
    Outer boundary conditions for the generalized harmonic Einstein equations: stability and accuracy
  51. [I] 25/10/2006 California State University, Northridge, USA
    Mathematical Colloquium
    Boundary conditions for the Einstein field equations: stability and accuracy
  52. [C] 21/07/2006 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    New Frontiers in Numerical Relativity
    Well-posed radiation-controlling boundary conditions for the harmonic Einstein equations
  53. [O] 17/03/2006 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA
    Astronomy Kiosk
    Flat space is (un)stable
  54. [C] 04/03/2006 University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
    22nd Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting
    Curing the rotational instability in the generalized harmonic evolution system
  55. [S] 25/05/2005 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Geometrical Analysis and Gravitation Seminar
    Axisymmetric numerical relativity
  56. [S] 13/05/2005 University of Cambridge, UK
    General Relativity Lunch Seminar
    Axisymmetric numerical relativity
  57. [S] 12/05/2005 University of Southampton, UK
    General Relativity Seminar
    Axisymmetric numerical relativity
  58. [S] 17/01/2005 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Numerical Relativity Seminar
    Some progress on evolution formalisms for axisymmetric numerical relativity
  59. [C] 22/07/2004 Dublin, Ireland
    17th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation
    A strongly hyperbolic regular system for axisymmetric numerical relativity
  60. [S] 15/08/2004 Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany
    Numerical Relativity Seminar
    Evolution formalisms for axisymmetric numerical relativity
  61. [I] 17/07/2004 University of Heidelberg, Germany
    Otto Haxel Prize Talk
    Spacetime on a Computer: Numerical Relativity
  62. [O] 02/03/2004 Trinity College Cambridge, UK
    Science Society Seminar
    Putting spacetime on a computer: numerical relativity
  63. [O] 22/03/2003 University of Cambridge, UK
    Maths Open Day