Academic Staff and Fellows
- ISHIBASHI Akihiro
- Professor Doctor of science
- Department/Science Graduate school/Science
Investigation is conducted into overall space dynamics and black holes using general relativity. A focus of research is on high-dimensional space models and high-dimensional black holes, which look at the possibilities of high-dimensional space-time.
Symmetry and possible topology of higher dimensional black holes
|Research Area||General Relativity, Gravitation, Cosmology|
|Research Interests||General Relativity (Global Structure, Spacetime Singularities)
Black holes (Higher dimensional general relativity)
Cosmology (Dark energy, Braneworld)
BMS Supertranslations and Memory in Four and Higher Dimensions, Class. Quant.Grav.34 (2017) 155005 with S.Hollands and R.M.Wald
Superradiant instabilities of asymptotically anti-de Sitter black holes" Class. Quant.Grav.33 (2016) 125022 with S.R.Green, S.Hollands, and R.M.Wald.
Singularities in asymptotically anti-de Sitter spacetimes Physical Review D86 (2012) 104012 with K.Maeda.
A higher dimensional stationary rotating black hole must be axisymmetric Communications in Mathematical Physics, 271(2007)699-722 with S.Hollands and R.M.Wald.
Stability of higher dimensional Schwarzschild black holes Progress of Theoretical Physics, 110 (2003) 901 with H.Kodama.
|Research and Achievements|
|MS and PhD: Tokyo Institute of Technology|
General Relativity and Cosmology Laboratory