Title : 
Perspective of BTZ black hole in Quantum gravity and Cosmology 

Speaker  :  Supriya Kar, University of Delhi 
Date  :  December 06, 2018 
Time  :  3:30 PM 
Venue  :  Room 3307 
Abstract  : 
We outline a plausible scenario leading to "quantum gravity" underlying a BTZ black hole in (2+1)dimensional Einstein gravity. In particular, the BTZ black hole is explored for certain discrete integer pair (M and +M) values of its conserved charge M. It is shown that a pair of charges get physical interpretation across a horizon of a background black hole which possesses a potential for its identification with a cosmological horizon. Interestingly the scenario may be viewed as a vacuum created gravitational pair of membrane and anti membrane by the 3form torsion quanta across a horizon. Our analysis may suggest a path from the classical gravity to the quantum gravity consistent with the idea of Mtheory. In addition the theoretical framework possibly provides clue to the hidden quantum or quint (Q) essence to the classical gravity and provokes thought along the idea of EinsteinRosen bridge. 