Kartik Prabhu

Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator‑based Sciences and Education (CLASSE)
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
email: kartikprabhu@cornell.edu
Citizenship: India

Education

The University of Chicago

Ph.D. in Physics, ()
Thesis advisor: Robert M. Wald

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Physics, ()
Thesis advisor: Sayan Kar

Employment

Postdoctoral associate

CLASSE, Cornell University (–present)

Research and teaching assistant

The University of Chicago ()

Research Experience

The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA

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worked on the first law of black hole mechanics, instability of black holes and stars in General Relativity (with J. S. Schiffrin and R. M. Wald), and the geometric formulation of non‑relativistic spacetimes, Newtonian gravity and matter fields (with M. Geracie and M. M. Roberts).

IUCAA, Pune, India

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studied properties of black holes in higher dimensional gravitational theories (with N. Dadhich).

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India

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worked on properties of Ricci and higher order renormalisation flows on manifolds (with S. Kar).

Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam‑Golm, Germany

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studied the dimensional reduction formalism in axisymmetric spacetimes (with L. Andersson).

Honours & Awards

List of Publications

  1. KP and M. M. Roberts, Electrons and composite Dirac fermions in the lowest Landau level, [arXiv:1709.02814].
  2. KP and R. M. Wald, Stability of stationary-axisymmetric black holes in vacuum general relativity to axisymmetric electromagnetic perturbations, [arXiv:1708.03248].
  3. M. Geracie, KP and M. M. Roberts, Physical stress, mass, and energy for non‑relativistic matter, JHEP 06 089 (, [arXiv:1609.06729].
  4. KP, The First Law of Black Hole Mechanics for Fields with Internal Gauge Freedom, Class. Quantum Grav. 34 035011 (, [arXiv:1511.00388].
  5. KP, J. S. Schiffrin and R. M. Wald, A Variational Principle for the Axisymmetric Stability of Rotating Relativistic Stars, Class. Quantum Grav. 33 185007 (, [arXiv:1606.00859].
  6. M. Geracie, KP and M. M. Roberts, Covariant effective action for a Galilean invariant quantum Hall system, JHEP 09 092 (), [arXiv:1603.08934].
  7. M. Geracie, KP and M. M. Roberts, Curved non‑relativistic spacetimes, Newtonian gravitation and massive matter, J. Math. Phys. 56 103505 (), [arXiv:1503.02682].
  8. M. Geracie, KP and M. M. Roberts, Fields and fluids on curved non‑relativistic spacetimes, JHEP 08 042 (), [arXiv:1503.02680].
  9. KP and R. M. Wald, Black Hole Instabilities and Exponential Growth, Commun. Math. Phys. 340 253–290 (), [arXiv:1501.02522].
  10. N. Dadhich, J. M. Pons and KP, On the static Lovelock black holes, Gen. Rel. Grav. 45 1131–1144 (), [arXiv:1201.4994].
  11. S. Das, KP and S. Kar, Higher order geometric flows on three dimensional locally homogeneous spaces, J. Math. Phys. 54 013509 (), [arXiv:1108.0526].
  12. N. Dadhich, J. M. Pons and KP, Thermodynamical universality of the Lovelock black holes, Gen. Rel. Grav. 44 2595–2601 (), [arXiv:1110.0673].
  13. KP, S. Das and S. Kar, On higher order geometric and renormalisation group flows, J. Geom. and Phys. 61 1854–1867 (), [arXiv:1002.3464].
  14. S. Das, KP and S. Kar, Ricci flow of unwarped and warped product manifolds, Int. J. Geom. Meth. Mod. Phys. 07 837–856 (), [arXiv:0908.1295].
  15. KP and N. Dadhich, Energetics of a rotating charged black hole in 5‑dimensional supergravity, Phys. Rev. D 81 024011 (), [arXiv:0902.3079].