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JA Valiente Kroon. Conformal methods in General Relativity. Cambridge Monographs in Mathematical Physics. Cabridge University Press (2016).
C Lübbe & JA Valiente Kroon. On de Sitter-like and Minkowski-like spacetimes. Class. Quantum Grav. 26, 145012 1 to 26 (2009). Named research highlight by the editorial board of the journal.
C Lübbe & JA Valiente Kroon. A stability result for purely radiative spacetimes. J. Hyp. Diff. Eqns. 7, 545-579 (2010)
T Bäckdahl & JA Valiente Kroon. A geometric invariant measuring the deviation from Kerr data. Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 231102 (2010). Available at arXiv:1001.4492[gr-qc]
C Lübbe & JA Valiente Kroon. The extended Conformal Einstein field equations with matter: the Einstein-Maxwell field. J. Geom. Phys. 62, 1548-1570 (2012)
C Lübbe & JA Valiente Kroon. A conformal approach for the analysis of the non-linear stability of pure radiation cosmologies. Ann. Phys. 328, 1-25 (2013). Available at arXiv:1111.4691[gr-qc]
FTE Category A staff submitted: 34.80
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