## Mathematical and Theoretical Physics Seminar: De Sitter Black Holes and the Euclidean Path Integral

- Event Type
- Ceremony/Service
- Sponsor
- The Physics Department
- Location
- 464 Loomis
- Date
- Feb 2, 2023 12:00 pm
- Speaker
- Patrick Draper, University of Illinois
- Contact
- Aminik Ghosh
- animik@illinois.edu
- Views
- 47
- Originating Calendar
- Physics - Mathematical and Theoretical Physics Seminar
Schwarzschild-de Sitter black holes have two horizons that are at different temperatures for generic values of the black hole mass. Since the horizons are out of equilibrium the solutions do not admit a smooth Euclidean continuation. Using the factorization properties of the path integral I will show that Euclidean SdS is a genuine saddle point in the presence of a constraint, providing a consistent Euclidean computation of the probability to find a black hole in the de Sitter bath.