Compact Star Physics

Our work on compact star physics is mainly concentrated on neutron stars – a class of densest objects in the universe where matter is compressed to densities up to 10 times the density in a nucleus.

Follow the links below to access the recent work:

Relativistic Gravity

The recent observation of gravitational waves from binary black-hole inspirals, as well as the GW170817 event which involved inspiral of two neutron stars, attracted our attention to the physics of binary neutron stars. See the recent publications:

Bachelor, Master and Ph. D. thesis

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