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 School of Particles and Accelerator - July 24, 2014

Theory Weekly Seminar(TWS)

Near Horizon Extremal Geometry "perturbations"
Kamal Hajian, IPM
July 24, 2014
Larak Seminar Room


Abstract: In this talk, I will present recent work of our research group arXiv:1407.1992. After an introduction, I will review Near Horizon Extremal Geometries (NHEG), and their three universal (thermo)dynamic laws, based on arXiv:1310.3727. As it is expected, these (thermo)dynamic laws do not provide enough information to identify the microstates of the system (I mean by "system", the mentioned geometries as thermodynamic systems) under consideration. So, based on physical arguments, I will introduce conditions which perturbations/microstates around an NHEG should satisfy. It results perturbations to be uniquely identified as variation of the system in the parameter space of thermodynamic variable, i.e. no accountable perturbations to be considered as microstates of the system.

Time: Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 11:00 in Larak Seminar Room
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