Yeom, Dong-han 廉東翰
Distinguished Junior Fellow
Physics Department, National Taiwan University
R814, Astro-Math Bldg.
Current Research Interests
I’m interested in classical and quantum gravity. One of my research topics is on dynamical behaviors of semi-classical black objects, where sometimes I used numerical techniques. The other one is on Euclidean quantum gravity, including the no-boundary wave function and various instantons. From these topics, I want to investigate (1) the information loss problem of black holes, (2) implications from quantum cosmology to physical cosmology, and (3) observational consequences from strong gravitational dynamics.
- S. E. Hong, D. Hwang, E. D. Stewart, DY, The causal structure of dynamical charged black holes, Class.Quant.Grav. 27 (2010) 045014
- DY, H. Zoe, Semi-classical black holes with large N re-scaling and information loss problem, Int.J.Mod.Phys. A26 (2011) 3287-3314
- D. Hwang, B.-H. Lee, H. Sahlmann, DY, The no-boundary measure in string theory: Applications to moduli stabilization, flux compactification, and cosmic landscape, Class.Quant.Grav. 29 (2012) 175001
- D. Hwang, B.-H. Lee, DY, Is the firewall consistent?: Gedanken experiments on black hole complementarity and firewall proposal, JCAP 1301 (2013) 005
- M. Sasaki, DY, Y. Zhang, Hartle-Hawking no-boundary proposal in dRGT massive gravity: Making inflation exponentially more probable, Class.Quant.Grav. 30 (2013) 232001
- M. Sasaki, DY, Thin-shell bubbles and information loss problem in anti de Sitter background, 1404.1565
I came from Korea. Apart from research, I like books, including philosophy, history, culture, etc. Although my Chinese is poor yet, if it is possible, I want to increase my Chinese skill to read books those are written by Chinese. I like to play piano, especially contemporary Christian music. I like baseball, but not for playing but for watching. I like coffee and I am a heavy coffee drinker.