Simhon, Tamar
PhD student
 simhot@post.bgu.ac.il
 Office
 54/222
 Phone
 086472178
 Research type
 Theoretical
 Research topics
Our current descriptions of black holes are notorious for being singular at r=0. My research goal is to find an alternative description that is singularfree. In my MSc research, we were able to construct a regular solution to Einstein's equations which is stable for linear fluctuations in the geometry, pressures, and densities.
In my Ph.D. research, we are developing this model and examining new ideas. Researcher identification
 ORCID
Responsibilities
 20311431 Physics 2C (Teaching assistant), 2023A
 20311491 Physics 2B (Teaching assistant), 2023 B
Education

2022
now,
PhD
research of regular compact objects
with Ram Brustein 
2019
2022,
MSc
black holes as frozen stars
with Ram Brustein
Publications
 Ram Brustein and A. J. M. Medved and Tom Shindelman and Tamar Simhon, Black Holes As Frozen Stars: Regular Interior Geometry, arXiv:2301.09712 (2023)
 Brustein, R. and Medved, A.J.M. and Simhon, T., "Black Holes As Frozen Stars", Phys. Rev. D 105, 024019 (2022)