Particle Astrophysics and Gravitation
The group's interests are in Cosmology, Gravitation and Black Holes. It seeks to understand how the universe expands, why its expansion is accelerating, the classical and quantum behaviour of black holes, and the fundamental theory of space and time.
||Quantum field theory in curved space-time, adS/CFT correspondence, quantum gravity.
|Particle Physics: From the Early Universe to the Large Hadron Collider
- Marc Casals, Kanti, P. and Winstanley, E.
"Brane decay of a (4+n)-dimensional rotating black hole II: spin-1 particles"
Journal of High Energy Physics (2006)
- Brookfield, Anthony W., van de Bruck, C. and Hall, L.
"Viability of f(R) theories with additional powers of curvature"
Physical Review D (2006)
- Winstanley, E.
"Dressing a black hole with non-minimally coupled scalar field hair"
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2005)
- Brax, P., van de Bruck, C. and Davis, A.-C.
"Brane world cosmology"
Reports on Progress in Physics (2004)
- Hall, L., Moss, Ian G. and Berera, Arjun
"Scalar perturbation spectra from warm inflation"
Physical Review D (2004)
- Roscoe, D.F.
"Discrete dynamical classes for galaxy discs and the implication of a second generation of Tully-Fisher methods"
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2002)