Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Physics Department Lecturer Dr. Ali Övgün, on Monday, April 3, 2023, as an invited speaker at the Department of Applied Mathematics at Bilkent University, “Can we detect black holes in modified gravity theories?” gave a speech entitled. Assoc. Dr. In his speech, Övgün talked about the images obtained by the Event Horizon Telescope from Meisser 87 and the giant black holes in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.
He focused on his current research that will help to understand whether black holes have "hair", whether different charges show different quantum properties, and the effects of quantum gravity theory, which is considered together with quantum mechanics and general relativity.
Nearly 2022 international scientists, who are experts in their fields, were invited to the academic event of Ankara Bilkent University Applied Mathematics Department on 23 April 3 of the series of seminars held every Monday in the 2023-80 Academic Year and organized under the name of Bilkent Applied Mathematics Seminars (BAMS). attended the seminarshttp://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/sem- now.html).
Assoc. Dr. Who is Ali Ovgun?
Assoc. Dr. Ali Övgün is among the most influential academics in the world. Being among the most cited scientists in the world in the "World's Most Influential Scientists" list, which was created as a result of the study carried out by a team of US and Dutch scientists under the coordination of the USA Stanford University in 2022, Assoc. Dr. Övgün was among the 2022 most influential scientists in Turkey and 250 most influential scientists in the world in 60. Assoc. Dr.Övgün has published more than 130 publications in highly influential scientific journals such as Physical Review D, The Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Physics Letters B, The European Physical Journal C, Fortschritte der Physik-Progress of Physics, Physics of the Dark Universe. He is a guest editor on the subject of “Recent Progress of Black Holes Physics” in Symmetry and Universe magazines.
In addition to his academic career, Assoc. Dr. Ali Övgün is a member of the CA18108 – Quantum Gravitational Phenomenology in Multiple Messenger Approach (QG-MM) working group, which is proposed by the European Union Science and Technology Cooperation (COST), Spain Zaragoza University and Italy Rome Sapienza University to study black holes. involved in cooperation.
He is also a member of the American Physical Society (APS), Canadian Physicists Association (CAP), European Physical Society (EPS), Southern European Network in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics (SEENET-MTP), Turkish Astronomical Society (TAD) and American Mathematical Society (AMS). .
Source: pr.emu.edu.tr/Documents/Bulten/2023/4/7 April2023.pdf
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