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  1. Phases of Higher-Dimensional Black Holes Roberto Emparan ICREA & U. Barcelona Strings 07 • Earlier work w/ R.Myers, H.Reall, H.Elvang, P.Figueras • To appear, w/ T.Harmark, N.Obers, V.Niarchos, M.J.Rodríguez

  2. Phases of black holes • Find all stationary solutions • of Einstein's equations Rmn= 0 • with specified boundary conditions Asymp Flat • non-singular on and outside event horizons • What does the phase diagram look like? • Which solutions maximize the total horizon area (ie entropy)? • NB: Classical stability? Not today…

  3. A r e a Phases of 4D black holes • Just the Kerr black hole: Uniqueness thm Nomulti-bhs (eg multi-Kerr can't be stationary) (fix scale: M=1) extremal Kerr 1 J

  4. D 2 ¡ S J D r6 A A D r6 D = 5 extremal, singular J J Myers-Perry black holes in D dimensions • Spherical topology • Consider a single spin: J D = 5 no upper limit on J for fixed M

  5. q 1 2 7 3 2 2 J A 5D: one-black hole phases (fix scale: M=1) thin black ring fat black ring 3 different black holes with the same value of M,J

  6. Multi-black holes • Black Saturn: • Exact solutions available • Double continuous non-uniqueness: • eg, fix total M, J, vary Mring, Jring Elvang+Figueras

  7. 5D phases in thermal equilibrium Tbh=Tbr , Wbh=Wbr A J is there anything else?

  8. Towards a complete classification of 5D black holes • Topology: S3, S1x S2 (+ finite connected sums)Galloway+Schoen • Rigidity: stationarity )one axial U(1), but not (yet?) necessarily two • U(1)t xU(1)f xU(1)y) complete integrability • All bh solutions may have been found already: MP, black rings,multi-bhs (saturns & multi-rings) (what about bubbly black holes?) Hollands et al (including also with two spins Pomeransky+Sen'kov)

  9. 2 G M J ¡ + D 3 2 2 ¡ M r r Dr6: Black Holes galore Why is Dr6 different? • Centrifugal repulsion wins over gravitational attraction at large distance • Black p-branes w/ pr2  may give much richer blackfold topologies eg: R2xS2)S1xS1xS2, S2xS2, (H2/G)gx S2 )ultra-spinning black holes So, let's go find them?

  10. Very limited success in extending 4D & 5D approaches to Dr6 • Known explicit construction techniques don't apply • Higher-D topologies are poorly understood ) Need new approaches • more qualitative & less rigorous methods (physics-guided) • may guide later numerical attacks

  11. Lumpy black holes in Dr6 RE+Myers Ultra-spinning  membrane-like Gregory-Laflamme-like axisymmetric zero-mode J …more axisymmetric dimples Dual pinched plasma balls recently found by Lahiri+Minwalla!

  12. D 3 ¡ S Thin black rings in Dr6 • Heuristic: seems plausible • Thin black rings > circular boosted black strings • Equilibrium can be analyzed in linearized gravity: • balance between tension and centrifugal repulsion; gravitational self-attraction is subdominant • Can we construct approximate thin ring solutions?

  13. ( ) r T ¹ º 0 = ¹ r 1 ¿ r 0 R 1 ¿ D J 2 ¡ r R R ¿ ¿ r r ) = 0 p M r0 D 3 ¡ Matched asymptotic expansion Harmark Gorbonos+Kol 1- linearized solution around flat space very thin ring R equivalent delta-source 2- perturbations of a boosted black string curving a black string need bdry conditions to fix integration constants 3-match in overlap zone 1/R corrections are singular unless Tzz=0 A(M,J,R) )A(M,J)

  14. Dr6 phase diagram (fix M) A A(M,J) from linearized analysis of equilibrium J Black rings dominate the entropy at large J

  15. Dr6 phase diagram: a conjecture 6bDd13 A (i) (iii) (ii) (iv) J …infinite sequence of multi-lumps + multi-rings

  16. Dr6 phase diagram: a conjecture Dt13 A J …infinite sequence of multi-lumps + multi-rings

  17. Conclusion: More is different Vacuum gravity Rmn= 0 in • D=3 has no black holes • GM is dimensionless can't construct a length scale (L, or h, provide length scale) • D=4 has one black hole • but no 3D bh  no 4D black strings  no 4D black rings • D=5 has three black holes (two topologies); • black strings  black rings, infinitely many multi-bhs… • Dr6 seem to have infinitely many black holes • many topologies & lumpy horizons • black branes  blackfolds, infinitely many multi-bhs… and we've just begun…