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Extremal black hole formation as a critical phenomenon

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I will present a proof which shows that extremal black holes arise on the threshold of gravitational collapse. More precisely, I will present a construction of one-parameter families of smooth solutions to the Einstein-Maxwell-Vlasov system which interpolate between dispersion and collapse and for which the critical solution is an extremal black hole. This is joint work with Ryan Unger (Princeton).

This talk is part of the DAMTP Friday GR Seminar series.

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