4-8 March 2013
Venice
Europe/Rome timezone

Micro Black Hole Formation and Evaporation

6 Mar 2013, 12:00
30m
Venice

Venice

<a href="https://maps.google.com/?ll=45.427428,12.365663&spn=0.001304,0.001635&t=w&z=20">Campo della Chiesa 3, Sant'Elena</a>

Speaker

Ms Saeede Nafooshe (University of Nova Gorica)

Description

It has been conjectured that Micro Black Holes(MBH) may be formed in the presence of large extra dimensions. These MBHs have very small mass and they decay almost instantaneously. Taking into consideration quantum effects, they should Howking radiate mainly to Standard Model particles, this radiation then gets modified by the non trivial geometry around the MBHs; the so called greybody factors which filter the Hawking radiation. To test the validity of MBH models, one needs to investigate it experimentally. A primary tool in this investigation is simulation of the MBH formation and evaporation, including all theoretical work that has been performed up to now. BlackMax and CHARYBDIS2, are the most modern and realistic simulators currently available. However they still suffer from the lack of important parameters. In this talk I will explain the primary work that we have done to study the possible changes that can be implemented in the simulations.

Primary author

Ms Saeede Nafooshe (University of Nova Gorica)

Presentation Materials