Departmental Seminar

Supersymmetric Early Universe

Sergei V. Ketov
Friday 17 August 2012 11am
Theoretical Physics Seminar Room, LC 3.17 (Le Couteur Bldg #59)

Speaker: Sergei V. Ketov
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Abstract: Early universe cosmology can be described in the theoretical framework of modified gravity and quintessence. Our recent results devoted to inflation, pre-heating and re-heating, and their relation to the observational cosmology, are reviewed in the context of f(R) gravity and F(R) supergravity theories. They represent a remarkable mix of experimental observations, computer simulation and numerical calculations, supersymmetry and supergravity, high-energy particle physics, string theory, and mathematical physics.

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