A Universe of Black Holes (at KITP, Jul. 1-Sep.20, 2013)

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source: GraduatePhysics    2016年2月16日
Lectures held at KITP, Jul.1-Sep.20, 2013. Note that the talks are rather astro instead of mathematical. Event website: http://online.kitp.ucsb.edu/online/bholes13/

Christian Reisswig - Supermassive Black Hole Binaries in Supermassive Star Collapse 1:04:12
Jillian Bellovary - No accounting for Taste, Black Holes Will Eat Anything 54:58
John Baker - An overview of BH mergers in numerical relativity simulations 1:15:30
Chris Carilli - Dust, gas and star formation in z6 quasar host galaxies 1:10:56
Jenny Greene - Black Hole Demographics at Low Mass 57:27
Julie Comerford - Observations of Dual Supermassive Black Holes 56:29
Raffaella Schneider - The growth of the first QSOs, Constraints from the host galaxies 55:39
Kevin Schawinski - Observational constraints on black hole seed formation and early growth 1:10:02
Remco van den Bosch - The extremities of the local black hole scaling relations 51:02
Michael Eracleous - How supermassive black holes alter the evolution of their host galaxy 1:01:58
Richard Mushotzky - Host galaxies of a hard X ray low redshift sample 1:23:54
Kimitake Hayasaki - Tidal disruption flares from stars on bound orbits 43:24
Pau Amaro Seoane - Stellar dynamics around massive black holes 1:07:17
Arif Babul - AGN Feedback in Clusters of Galaxies 1:13:01
Gregory Novak - Issues surrounding implementation of AGN feedback in numerical simulations 56:46
Cole Miller - The universe of black holes that will be revealed with gravitational waves 1:05:44
Jong-Hak Woo - Probing the M-sigma relation using active galaxies 52:52

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