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Tassone, Emmanuel
Visiting Scholar



My background is mostly analytical GR but I have also worked on numerical projects such as testing formalisms of general relativity using RIT waveform catalog.
I've been involved in topics such as the Null surfaces formalism, asymptotic symmetries of spacetimes and the definition of global quantities, such as center of mass,  for binary black holes spacetimes.  I've also worked on strictly mathematical problems such as the construction of Tensor spherical harmonics and the perturbative approaches to the scattering equation of gravitational radiation. Currently, I'm working on Initial Data problems for binary black holes in the 3+1 decomposition.

My research interests are broad but mostly involving binary black holes scenarios. 

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