Talks by Samuel Upton

Transforming to the highly regular gauge for use in second-order self-force calculations

Samuel Upton University of Southampton
With the publication of the first second-order self-force results, it has become even more clear of the need for fast and efficient calculations to avoid the computational expense encountered when using current methods in the Lorenz gauge. One ingredient for efficient calculation of second-order self-force data will be the use of the highly regular gauge (1703.02836 and 2101.11409) with its weaker divergences along the worldline of the small object.