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https://hdl.handle.net/2286/R.I.37762
http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
2016-05
20 pages
eng
Dhumuntarao, Aditya
Parikh, Maulik
Davies, Paul C. W.
Department of Physics
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Barrett, The Honors College
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A problem of interest in theoretical physics is the issue of the evaporation of black holes via Hawking radiation subject to a fixed background. We approach this problem by considering an electromagnetic analogue, where we have substituted Hawking radiation with the Schwinger effect. We treat the case of massless QED in 1+1 dimensions with the path integral approach to quantum field theory, and discuss the resulting Feynman diagrams from our analysis. The results from this thesis may be useful to find a version of the Schwinger effect that can be solved exactly and perturbatively, as this version may provide insights to the gravitational problem of Hawking radiation.
Backreactions
Theoretical Physics
Quantum Field Theory
Black Holes
Gravity
Quantum Matter Coupled to Classical Gravity