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  • Gary Gibbons and Hawking have shown that black-hole thermodynamics is more general than black holes—that cosmological event horizons also have an entropy and temperature.Black hole thermodynamics-Wikipedia
  • Following a conference in Moscow in October 1981, Hawking and Gary Gibbons organised a three-week Nuffield Workshop in the summer of 1982 on "The Very Early Universe" at Cambridge University, a workshop that focused mainly on inflation theory.Stephen Hawking-Wikipedia
  • Pp-waves also play an important role in the search for quantum gravity, because as Gary Gibbons has pointed out, all loop term quantum corrections vanish identically for any pp-wave spacetime.Pp-wave spacetime-Wikipedia
  • In these early years, he worked on several very influential papers on Euclidean quantum gravity and black hole radiation with Gary Gibbons and Hawking.Malcolm Perry (physicist)-Wikipedia
  • Gary Gibbons, Stephen Hawking, Horowitz and Perry proved extensions of the theorem to asymptotically anti-de Sitter spacetimes and to Einstein–Maxwell theory.Positive energy theorem-Wikipedia
  • Over the 24 years of his tenure, his research group was home to, among others, Gary Gibbons, John Stewart and Bernd Schmidt, as well as visiting scientists including Abhay Ashtekar, Demetrios Christodoulou and Brandon Carter.Jürgen Ehlers-Wikipedia
  • The necessity of such a boundary term was first realised by York and later refined in a minor way by Gibbons and Hawking.Gibbons–Hawking–York boundary term-Wikipedia
  • Brody has held long-term collaborations with Carl M. Bender, Gary W. Gibbons and Lane P. Hughston.Dorje C. Brody-Wikipedia
  • In mathematical physics, a Gibbons–Hawking space, named after Gary Gibbons and Stephen Hawking, is essentially a hyperkähler manifold with an extra U(1) symmetry.Gibbons–Hawking space-Wikipedia
  • It is named after Gary Gibbons and Stephen Hawking.Gibbons–Hawking effect-Wikipedia
  • Hull was educated at Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School and the University of Cambridge where he was a student of King’s College, Cambridge and awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1979 followed by a PhD in 1983 for research supervised by Gary Gibbons.Chris Hull-Wikipedia

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