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New insights on the matter-gravity coupling paradigm.

- T. Delsate, J. Steinhoff
- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review letters
- 24 January 2012

The coupling between matter and gravity in general relativity is given by a proportionality relation between the stress tensor and the geometry. This is an oriented assumption driven by the fact that… Expand

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Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity: Phenomenology of nonlinear gravity-matter coupling

- P. Pani, T. Delsate, V. Cardoso
- Physics
- 13 January 2012

Viable corrections to the matter sector of Poisson's equation may result in qualitatively different astrophysical phenomenology, for example the gravitational collapse and the properties of compact… Expand

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Compact stars in Eddington inspired gravity.

- P. Pani, V. Cardoso, T. Delsate
- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review letters
- 17 June 2011

A new, Eddington inspired theory of gravity was recently proposed by Bañados and Ferreira. It is equivalent to general relativity in vacuum, but differs from it inside matter. This viable,… Expand

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Perturbative non-uniform black strings in AdS6

- T. Delsate
- Physics
- 11 February 2008

We construct the non-uniform AdS black string solution with a perturbation theory in six dimensions, focusing on the backreacting second order correction. The backreactions at second order give the… Expand

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Charged-spinning-gravitating Q-balls

- Y. Brihaye, T. Caebergs, T. Delsate
- Physics
- 6 July 2009

We consider the lagrangian of a self-interacting complex scalar field admitting generically Q-balls solutions. This model is extended by minimal coupling to electromagnetism and to gravity. A… Expand

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Non-perturbative spinning black holes in dynamical Chern–Simons gravity

- T. Delsate, C. Herdeiro, E. Radu
- Physics
- 18 June 2018

Abstract Spinning black holes in dynamical Einstein–Chern–Simons gravity are constructed by directly solving the field equations, without resorting to any perturbative expansion. This model is… Expand

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Van Der Waals black holes in d dimensions

- T. Delsate, R. Mann
- Physics
- 28 November 2014

A bstractWe generalize the recent solution proposed by Rajagopal et al. to arbitrary number of dimensions and horizon topologies. We comment on the regime of validity of these solution. Among our… Expand

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Anti de Sitter black holes and branes in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity: perturbations, stability and the hydrodynamic modes

- T. Delsate, V. Cardoso, P. Pani
- Physics
- 29 March 2011

Dynamical Chern-Simons (DCS) theory is an extension of General Relativity in which the gravitational field is coupled to a scalar field through a parity violating term. We study perturbations of… Expand

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Atelier "Lumière sur les trous noirs"

- T. Delsate, Claude Semay, +5 authors Diego Chialva
- 28 March 2015

2 19 M ay 2 00 6 Skyrmion and Skyrme-Black holes in de Sitter spacetime

- Y. Brihaye, T. Delsate
- 2006

Numerical arguments are presented for the existence of regular and black hole solutions of the EinsteinSkyrme equations with a positive cosmological constant. These classical configurations approach… Expand

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