This research pole deals with the modelling of the Universe, on different scales: space debris, Solar System, extrasolar systems, up to the large-scale structures of the Universe. We will focus on the non-linear interactions and chaotic dynamics of these physical and mathematical objects, sharing the tools of celestial mechanics, cosmology, general relativity and modified gravity.
Keywords: Celestial Mechanics, Extrasolar Planets, Cosmology, Numerical Relativity, Astronomy
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Füzfa, How current loops and solenoids curve space-time, Phys. Rev. D 93, 024014 (2016)
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A.-S. Libert and K. Tsiganis, Formation of ‘3-D’ multi-planet systems by dynamical disruption of multiple-resonance configurations, MNRAS 412, pp. 2353-2360 (2011)
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