Our Research

The Research Centre of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics (RCTPA) has been established in 2013. Starting in 2014, its research activities become a part of the activities of the Albert Einstein Centre for Gravitation and Astrophysics supported by the Czech Science Foundation excellence grant No. 14-37086G.

Research activities of RCTPA are devoted into theoretical studies (based on combined analytical and computational methods) in relativistic physics and astrophysics and their relations with particle physics, testing results of theoretical predictions in general relativity or alternative theories of gravity with observational data from processes occuring in strong gravity of compact objects in the Universe, and into participation on theoretical studies related to preparation of X-ray satellite missions. The studies are focused on the following research areas:

  • Influence of large-scale magnetic fields on physical processes in the vicinity of black holes, neutron stars and quark stars, naked singularities, superspinars or regular compact objects, wormholes
  • Manifestation of alternative theories of gravity(branemodels, regular spacetimes, quintessential spacetimes) in physical processes taking place to vicinity of compact objects. Optical phenomena and quintessential  mods of gravitional waves
  • Construction of accretion disk models in the framework of non-standard „dielectric“ models of perfect fluid toroidal configurations based on kinetic theory
  • Models of 1D string loops reflecting tension magnetic fields in accretion structure and their astrophysical application
  • Influence of dark energy on accretion processes and their observational effects
  • Models of observational (optical) effects generated by compact objects strong gravity
  • Quantum gravity models 
  • Testing of quasiperiodic oscillation models on observation data from binary systems containing  black holes and neutron stars
  • Ringed accretion disk models
  • General relativistics models of polytropic configurations and astrophysical applications
  • Astrophysical processes in deformed metrics
  • Physical processes around magnetic black holes
  • Principle of minimal geometric deformation and generation of new exact solutions of Einstein's equations of General theory of relativity










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