Martin Taylor (Mathematics) - Imperial College
Title: The nonlinear stability of the Schwarzschild family of black holes
Abstract: I will present a theorem on the full finite codimension nonlinear asymptotic stability of the Schwarzschild family of black holes. The proof employs a double null gauge, is expressed entirely in physical space, and utilises the analysis of Dafermos--Holzegel--Rodnianski on the linear stability of the Schwarzschild family. This is joint work with M. Dafermos, G. Holzegel and I. Rodnianski.
Bio: Martin Taylor is a Royal Society University Research Fellow at Imperial College London. He received a PhD in mathematics at the University of Cambridge. His research concerns the analysis of partial differential equations and general relativity.