Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 51 Issue 1-2 July 1998 pp 273-286
Subhendra Mohanty Varun Sahni S Chakraborty Ashok Goyal Sukanta Dutta Debajyoti Choudhury Shobhit Mahajan Amitabha Mukherjee Hatem Widyan Urjit Yajnik S Mohanty J A Grifols Uma Mahanta Sarira Sahu Varun Sahni Tarun Souradeep Albert Stebbins Ioav Waga Vikram Soni N Panchapakesan R Brandenberger
The astroparticle physics working group witnessed intense discussion and activity covering a broad range of topics ranging from supergravity and baryogenesis to compact stars and the large scale structure of the Universe. A summary of some of the subject areas in which collaborations were initiated during WHEPP-5 is presented below.
Volume 72 Issue 1 January 2009 pp 263-267
This is a summary of the activities of the working group on cosmology at WHEPP-X. The three main problems that were discussed at some length by the group during the course of the workshop were (i) canceling a `large' cosmological constant, (ii) non-Gaussianities in inflationary models and (iii) stability of interacting models of dark energy and dark matter. We have briefly outlined these problems and have indicated the progress made.
Volume 76 Issue 5 May 2011 pp 693-698
Raghavan Rangarajan Ajit Srivastava A Bandyopadhyay A Basak M Bastero-Gil A Berera J Bhatt K Bhattacharya S Chakraborty M Das S Das K Dutta D Ghosh S Goswami U Gupta P Jain Y-Y Keum E Masso D Majumdar A P Mishra S Mohanty R Mohapatra A Nautiyal T Prokopec S Rao D P Roy N Sahu A Sarkar P Saumia A Sen A Shivaji
This is the report of the cosmology and astroparticle physics working group at WHEPPXI. We present the discussions carried out during the workshop on selected topics in the above ﬁelds. The problems discussed concerned axions, infrared divergences in inﬂationary theories, supersonic bubbles in a ﬁrst-order electroweak phase transition, dark matter, MOND, interacting dark energy, composite Higgs models and statistical anisotropy of the Universe.
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