Beatrice Bonga

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Areas of Research:
Email: bbonga@perimeterinstitute.ca

Research Interests

Gravitational wave theory, gravitational radiation in cosmological spacetimes, resonance effects in black hole spacetimes and neutron stars, & early universe cosmology including quantum gravity phenomenology

Positions Held

  • 2012-2017 Ph.D. student at Penn State University, Advisor: Prof. Abhay Ashtekar

Seminars

  • Gravitational radiation with a positive cosmological constant, Cosmological Constant Conference, Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Surprising consequences of a positive cosmological constant, Canadian Association for Physicists Congress, Halifax, Canada
  • A geometric framework for cosmological spacetimes, APS April Meeting (contributed), Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • Angular momentum radiated in electromagnetism, Black hole initiative, Harvard University
  • Surprising consequences of a positive cosmological constant, APS April Meeting (invited), Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • A geometric framework for cosmological spacetimes, Conference Mass in General Relativity, Simons Center, New York, USA
  • Series of three lectures on General Relativity for Mathematicians, Spring school Geometric Aspects of General Relativity, Simons Center, New York, USA
  • On a conceptual confusion in the notion of tranverse-traceless modes, Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Toronto
  • On a conceptual confusion in the notion of tranverse-traceless modes, Utrecht University
  • The quadrupole formula: a hundred years later, Universite de Montreal
  • PIRSA:18030038, PSI 2017/2018 - Quantum Gravity - Lecture 1, 2018-03-19, PSI 2017/2018 - Quantum Gravity (Dupuis)
  • PIRSA:17050045, Inflationary and pre-inflationary dynamics with the Starobinsky potential, 2017-05-15, Shape Dynamics Workshop
  • PIRSA:16090043, Surprising consequence of a positive cosmological constant, 2016-09-08, Quantum Gravity
  • PIRSA:16080032, Closed universes and the CMB / Spin-SILC: CMB polarisation component separation for next-generation experiments, 2016-08-04, Cosmology & Gravitation