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Physics of the black hole-brane interaction – Dejan Stojkovic

Date: Tue. October 12th, 2004, 11:30 am-12:30 pm
Location: Rockefeller 221

In models with extra dimensions that accommodate a TeV-scale gravity, small black holes that can be described by classical solutions of Einstein’s equations can exist. We study interaction of such black holes with our world — a brane embedded in a higher dimensional space. In such a setup there exist a host of new phenomena that do not have analogs in usual 3+1-dim models. We specially discuss experimental signature which may help us distinguish between the various extra dimensional scenarios.

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