The past decade has witnessed significant breakthroughs in understanding the quantum nature of black holes, with insights coming from quantum information theory, numerical relativity, and string theory. At the same time, astrophysical and gravitational wave observations can now provide an unprecedented window into the phenomenology of black hole horizons. This workshop seeks to bring together leading experts in these fields to explore new theoretical and observational opportunities and synergies that could improve our physical understanding of quantum black holes.
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What does a quantum black hole look like to the Event Horizon Telescope?
Avery Broderick University of Waterloo


LongLived Inverse Chirp Signals from CoreCollapse in Massive ScalarTensor Gravity
Ulrich Sperhake California Institute of Technology

Growing BlackHole Hair in Extensions of General Relativity
Helvi Witek University of Cambridge

Remarks on cosmic censorship and its possible violations
Roberto Emparan Institucio Catalana de Recerca I Estudis Avancats (ICREA)  Universitat de Barcelona


Qubit Model for Black Hole Evaporation without Firewalls
Don Page University of Alberta

Effects of black hole radiation: horizon avoidance
Valentina Baccetti Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT)

Schwarzschild's Interior Solution, Gravastars and Echoes
Emil Mottola Los Alamos National Laboratory

