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Frans Pretorius

Physics Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Theory Physics
"Frans Pretorius"
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Matthew W. Choptuik grad student 2002 UBC
 (Numerical simulations of gravitational collapse.)


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Fethi M. Ramazanoglu grad student 2012 Princeton
Hans Bantilan grad student 2013 Princeton
William E. East grad student 2013 Princeton
Alejandro Cardenas-Avendaño post-doc 2022- Princeton
Nicolas Yunes post-doc 2008-2010 Princeton
Sean T. McWilliams post-doc 2011-2013 Princeton
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Pandya A, Pretorius F. (2020) The rotating black hole interior: Insights from gravitational collapse in AdS3 spacetime Physical Review D. 101
Ripley JL, Pretorius F. (2020) Scalarized black hole dynamics in Einstein-dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet gravity Physical Review D. 101
Ijjas A, Cook WG, Pretorius F, et al. (2020) Robustness of slow contraction to cosmic initial conditions Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2020: 30-30
Ripley JL, Pretorius F. (2020) Dynamics of a ${\mathbb{Z}}_{2}$ symmetric EdGB gravity in spherical symmetry Classical and Quantum Gravity. 37: 155003
Cook WG, Glushchenko IA, Ijjas A, et al. (2020) Supersmoothing through slow contraction Physics Letters B. 808: 135690
East WE, Paschalidis V, Pretorius F, et al. (2019) Binary neutron star mergers: Effects of spin and post-merger dynamics Physical Review D. 100
East WE, Wojtak R, Pretorius F. (2019) Einstein-Vlasov calculations of structure formation Physical Review D. 100
Ripley JL, Pretorius F. (2019) Gravitational collapse in Einstein dilaton-Gauss–Bonnet gravity Classical and Quantum Gravity. 36: 134001
Pretorius F, East WE. (2018) Black hole formation from the collision of plane-fronted gravitational waves Physical Review D. 98
Yang H, East WE, Paschalidis V, et al. (2018) Evolution of highly eccentric binary neutron stars including tidal effects Physical Review D. 98
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