# Piotr Chrusciel

is professor of gravitational physics at the University of Vienna. His research covers a wide range of mathematical topics related to Einstein's equations, from the classification of black holes and cosmic censorship to the definition of mass in general relativity. During his time at the Laboratory for Mathematics and Theoretical Physics of Université de Tours he has written for Einstein Online the spotlight topics How many kinds of (stable) black hole? and The many ways of building an empty model universe.

is professor of gravitational physics at the University of Vienna.. His research covers a wide range of mathematical topics related to Einstein's equations, from the classification of black holes and cosmic censorship to the definition of mass in general relativity. During his time at the Laboratory for Mathematics and Theoretical Physics of Université de Tours he has written for Einstein Online the spotlight topics How many kinds of (stable) black hole? and The many ways of building an empty model universe.

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