Professor H. L. Bray
        Research
                Geometric Analysis, the mathematics required to understand gravity as the curvature of spacetime, and whose further development is essential for a deeper understanding of physics
                General Relativity, Einstein's theory of gravity that predicts black holes, the big bang, and the accelerating expansion of the universe
                Dark Matter, invisible and mysterious, but accounts for most of the gravity within galaxies




This article describes Professor Bray's work in 2014 on the Hawking mass and time flat surfaces in spacetimes, joint with Jauregui and Mars.

This article has some pretty pictures showing Professor Bray's simulations of spiral galaxies based on his wave dark matter theory.

Below, Professor Hubert Bray gives a 90 second summary of his research on wave dark matter, his idea for a geometric model for dark matter, after his presentation at the Journal of Differential Geometry Conference in May 2013.




For a complete list of publications, grants, awards, and professional activities, visit Professor Bray's Duke University web page or view this computer generated curriculum vitae.