Traversable wormholes without exotic matter

Traversable wormholes are intriguing geometries in General Relativity, which have leaked into science fiction becoming known to the general public. Yet, they typically require exotic matter. In a paper in Phys. Rev. Lett., as Editor's suggestion, Gr@v member E. Radu, together with J. Blázquez-Salcedo (Complutense U.) and C. Knoll (U. Oldenburg), have shown how to construct wormholes in General Relativity without the use of exotic matter (or modified gravity).

CIDMA Meeting 2021

The 2021 CIDMA meeting was held on January 21st 2021, online. Our group was represented by Felipe Freitas who discussed the applicability of machine learning techniques from particle physics and gravitational waves to medical applications. Watch here the talks of the 2021 CIDMA meeting.