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John Archibald Wheeler grad student 1972 Princeton
 (Nonspherical Gravitational Collapse and Black Hole Uniqueness.)


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Daine L. Danielson grad student 2019- Chicago
Curt J. Cutler grad student 1989 Chicago
Daniel E. Holz grad student 1998 Chicago
Theodore C. Quinn grad student 2000 Chicago
Sijie Gao grad student 2002 Chicago
James A. Geddes grad student 2002 Chicago
Ishai Ben-Dov grad student 2006 Chicago
Itai Seggev grad student 2006 Chicago
Michael D. Seifert grad student 2008 Chicago
Samuel E. Gralla grad student 2011 Chicago
Roh-Suan Tung post-doc Chicago
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Rahman AA, Wald RM. (2020) Black hole memory Physical Review D. 101: 124010
Hollands S, Wald RM, Zahn J. (2020) Quantum Instability of the Cauchy Horizon in Reissner-Nordström-deSitter Spacetime Classical and Quantum Gravity. 37: 115009
Belenchia A, Wald RM, Giacomini F, et al. (2019) Information content of the gravitational field of a quantum superposition International Journal of Modern Physics D. 28: 1943001
Mackewicz K, Wald RM. (2019) Spin self-force Physical Review D. 100
Wald RM. (2019) Particle and energy cost of entanglement of Hawking radiation with the final vacuum state Physical Review D. 100
Gralla SE, Holz DE, Wald RM. (2019) Black hole shadows, photon rings, and lensing rings Physical Review D. 100: 24018
Wald RM. (2018) Kerr–Newman black holes cannot be over-charged or over-spun International Journal of Modern Physics D. 27: 1843003
Belenchia A, Wald RM, Giacomini F, et al. (2018) Quantum Superposition of Massive Objects and the Quantization of Gravity Physical Review D. 98: 126009
Prabhu K, Wald RM. (2018) Canonical energy and Hertz potentials for perturbations of Schwarzschild spacetime Classical and Quantum Gravity. 35: 235004
Prabhu K, Wald RM. (2018) Stability of stationary-axisymmetric black holes in vacuum general relativity to axisymmetric electromagnetic perturbations Classical and Quantum Gravity. 35: 15009
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