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Chulmoon Yoo, Chulmoon
Assitant Professor(Cosmology, Gravity)
Gravity and Particle Cosmology Group, Nagoya University

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, 464-8602
Nagoya, Japan
PHONE: +81-52-789-3549
yoo AT gravity.phys.nagoya-u.ac.jp
  @Jeju island

Japanese Korean




 Reseach Experience

From April 2013
Assistant Professor, NAGOYA UNIVERSITY

April 2011 to March 2013
Postdoctoral Fellow of JSPS, YUKAWA INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS

April 2010 to March 2011
Postdoctoral Researcher, YUKAWA INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS

September 2008 to March 2010
Postdoctoral Researcher, ASIA-PACIFIC CENTER FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS

Octorber 2007 to August 2008
Postdoctoral Researcher, YUKAWA INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS

April 2007 to September 2007
The 21st Century COE Program Researcher, OSAKA CITY UNIVERSITY

Ph.D. in Science, 2007, OSAKA CITY UNIVERSITY






 Reseach Interests

Primordial Black Hole Formation

Threshold of Primordial Black Hole Formation

Cosmological Long-wavelength Solutions and Primordial Black Hole Formation

Lattice Universe Models

Can inhomogeneties accelerate the cosmic volume expansion?

Black Hole Universe: Construction and Analysis of Initial Data

Black hole Universe: Time Evolution Black Hole Universe with a Cosmological Constant

Expanding Universe with Nonlinear Gravitational Waves

Gravitational Collapse

Spherical Domain Wall Collapse in a Dust universe

Non-Copernican Inhomogeneous Universe

Solving Inverse Problem with Inhomogeneous Universe

CMB observations in LTB universes: Part I: Matching peak positions in the CMB spectrum

CMB observations in LTB universes: Part II -- the kSZ effect in an LTB universe

Redshift Drift in LTB Void Universes

A Note on the Inverse Problem with LTB Universes

Direct Measurement of the Positive Acceleration of the Universe and Testing Inhomogeneous Models under Gravitational Wave Cosmology

Evolution of Density Perturbations in Large Void Universe

Two-point Correlation Function of Density Perturbations in a Large Void Univers

Comparison of Two Approximation Schemes for Solving Perturbations in a Lemaitre-Tolman-Bondi Cosmological Model

Newtonian Selfgravitating System in a Relativistic Huge Void Universe Model

Systematic Error due to Isotropic Inhomogeneities

Relationship between the CMB, Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Cluster Counts, and Local Hubble Parameter Measurements in a Simple Void Model

Black Holes in Higher Dimensions

Hoop Conjecture in Five-dimensions -Violation of Cosmic Censorship-

Horizons of Coalescing Black Holes on Eguchi-Hanson Space

Hoop Conjecture and the Horizon Formation Cross-Section in Kaluza-Klein Spacetimes

Sound Modes in Holographic Hydrodynamics for Charged AdS Black Hole

Topology Changing Process of Coalescing Black Holes on Eguchi-Hanson Space

Gregory-Laflamme Instability of a Slowly Rotating Black String.

Inhomogeneity of our universe, Gravitational lensing

Lensing Effects on Gravitational waves in a Clumpy Universe
-Effects of Inhomogeneity on the Distance-Redshift Relation-


Magnification Probability Distribution Functions of Standard Candles in a Clumpy Universe

Impact of Small Scale Inhomogeneities on Observations of Standard Candles

Cosmic String

Non-Gaussianity in Cosmic Microwave Background Temperature Fluctuations from Cosmic (Super-)Strings

Skewness in CMB temperature fluctuations from curved cosmic (super-)strings

Analytical model for CMB temperature angular power spectrum from cosmic (super-)strings

Weak Lensing of CMB by Cosmic (Super-)Strings

Femto-lensing due to a Cosmic String

Type-I Cosmic String Network

Other

Conformal Symmetry for Rotating D-branes

Another Realization of Kerr/CFT Correspondence

Yet Another Realization of Kerr/CFT Correspondence

Notes on the Hidden Conformal Symmetry in the Near Horizon Geometry of the Kerr Black Hole

Quasinormal Ringing for Acoustic Black Holes at Low Temperature

Dynamical Compactification and Inflation in Einstein-Yang-Mills Theory with Higher Derivative Coupling

Perturbative Analysis of a Stationary Magnetosphere in an Extreme Black Hole Spacetime : On the Meissner-like Effect of an Extreme Black Hole

Notes on Spinoptics in a Stationary Spacetime

Wave Effect in Gravitational Lensing by the Ellis Wormhole

Maximum Mass of a Barotropic Spherical Star

Spherical Polytropic Balls Cannot Mimic Black Holes






 Links

Past and Present Research Laboratory

Osaka City Univ.
Research Group for Theoretical Astrophysics and Theory of Gravity

(Japanese only)

Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics
(English, Japanese)

Asia-Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics
(English, Korean)

Nagoya Univ.
Gravity and Particle Cosmology Group

(English, Japanese )




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