Black Holes in Astrophysics
Resumo: Accreting black holes are key actors in astronomy. They produce the most luminous objects in the universe and are behind a large variety of systems: active galactic nuclei, X-ray binaries, tidal disruption events, gamma-ray bursts. I will explain how black holes control the fates of galaxies and describe recent progress in the field, particularly in numerical simulations of black hole accretion.
Palestrante: Rodrigo Nemmen
Local: Auditório do prédio Emmanuel Liais
Responsável: Luan Ghezzi e Roderik Overzier