Professor, Physics & Astronomy, Bishop's University
PhD in Astrophysics, supervisor George F.R. Ellis, worked in relativity, cosmology, and alternative theories of gravity for 30 years, been at Bishop's University for 16 years, currently full professor in the Physics & Astronomy Department. Author of 187 refereed journal articles and 6 books, funded by NSERC and volunteered extensively for NSERC, the Canadian Association of Physicists, and occasionally for other organizations worldwide.
Dec 04, 2021 01:53 am UTC| Science
It took Albert Einstein 10 years to find the equations of general relativity, but German astrophysicist Karl Schwarzschild only needed a few months to solve them. Schwarzschilds solution describes the gravity of an...