Tuesday 24 February 2015
to 15:00 at
Stefan Hofmann (LMU Munich)
In terms of elementary constituents, bound states are non-perturbative beasts.
Nevertheless, several phenomenological descriptions of hadrons in QCD have been proven
useful. Based on these approaches, I introduce a description of gravitational bound states
that complements the geometrical point of view, and allows to anchor gravitational bound
states in the quantum theories governing their constituents. A partial constituent portrait
of Schwarzschild will be presented.