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Spherical Photon Orbits around a 5D Myers-Perry Black Hole

by Mark Bugden




General Relativity and Gravitation, Volume 50, Issue 3, article id. 30, 19 pp.


We study the motion of bound null geodesics with fixed coordinate radius around a five-dimensional rotating black hole. These spherical photon orbits are not confined to a plane, and can exhibit interesting quasiperiodic behaviour.


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Brief introduction of the dida co-author(s) and relevance for dida's ML developments.

About the Co-Author

Mark has a background in mathematics and physics, completing his PhD in String Theory and higher-dimensional black holes (Australian National University, Canberra). During postdocs in the Czech Republic (Charles University, Prague) and Germany (Max Planck Institute, Konstanz), he developed an interest in, and experience with, neural networks and machine learning. At dida he works as a Machine Learning Scientist, bridging the gap between theoretical and practical.