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Simulating black-hole spacetimes on supercomputers

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This talk presents a review of numerical relativity, the generation of solutions to the Einstein field equations using numerical methods. After an overview of the numerical techniques, we will summarize results about black-hole systems in the context of astrophysics, gravitational wave physics and high-energy physics. We conclude with a summary of the main future directions of numerical relativity.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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