Recent Submissions

  • The Magnetic Part of the Weyl Tensor, and the Expansion of Discrete Universes 

    Clifton, T; Gregoris, D; Rosquist, K (Springer US, 2017-01)
    We examine the effect that the magnetic part of the Weyl tensor has on the large-scale expansion of space. This is done within the context of a class of cosmological models that contain regularly arranged discrete masses, ...
  • Turbulence Heating ObserveR – satellite mission proposal 

    Vaivads, A; Retinò, A; Soucek, J; Khotyaintsev, YV; Valentini, F; Escoubet, CP; Alexandrova, O; André, M; Bale, SD; Balikhin, M;... (Cambridge University Press, 2016-10)
    The Universe is permeated by hot, turbulent, magnetized plasmas. Turbulent plasma is a major constituent of active galactic nuclei, supernova remnants, the intergalactic and interstellar medium, the solar corona, the solar ...
  • Explosive Particle Dispersion in Plasma Turbulence. 

    Servidio, S; Haynes, CT; Matthaeus, WH; Burgess, D; Carbone, V; Veltri, P (American Physical Society, 2016-08)
    Particle dynamics are investigated in plasma turbulence, using self-consistent kinetic simulations, in two dimensions. In the steady state, the trajectories of single protons and proton pairs are studied, at different ...
  • General analytic predictions of two-field inflation and perturbative reheating 

    Elliston, J; Orani, S; Mulryne, DJ (2014-05-23)
    The observational signatures of multi-field inflation will generally evolve as the Universe reheats. We introduce a general analytic formalism for tracking this evolution through perturbative reheating, applicable to two ...
  • String-theory-based predictions for nonhydrodynamic collective modes in strongly interacting Fermi gases 

    Bantilan, H; Brewer, JT; Ishii, T; Lewis, WE; Romatschke, P (American Physical society, 2016-09-19)
    © 2016 American Physical Society.Very different strongly interacting quantum systems such as Fermi gases, quark-gluon plasmas formed in high-energy ion collisions, and black holes studied theoretically in string theory are ...
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