## Description

In this talk, I will be discussing certain space-times, which can be used to model celestial objects and events in the universe. These are solutions to Einstein's field equations, which roughly describe the relation between matter, energy and the geometry of the universe. The concept of time in relation to an observer will be demonstrated. I will also include some interesting phenomena that arise out of the unusual mathematical structure of space-times , such as Lorentz contraction, reverse Cauchy-Schwarz, and the twin paradox.

## Date of Event

Monday, November 28 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

## Location

Mailman-Hollywood Auditorium 2nd Floor

#### Included in

Mathematical Relativity and the Nature of the Universe

Mailman-Hollywood Auditorium 2nd Floor

In this talk, I will be discussing certain space-times, which can be used to model celestial objects and events in the universe. These are solutions to Einstein's field equations, which roughly describe the relation between matter, energy and the geometry of the universe. The concept of time in relation to an observer will be demonstrated. I will also include some interesting phenomena that arise out of the unusual mathematical structure of space-times , such as Lorentz contraction, reverse Cauchy-Schwarz, and the twin paradox.

## Presenter Bio

Priscila Reyes is a senior in the Undergraduate program at NSU studying Mathematics. Ms. Reyes is currently working as mathematics tutor at the NSU tutoring center and pursuing and intendent study with Dr. Paksoy.