PhD Harvard University (1984)
High Energy Physics/Institute for Fundamental Theory
Research interests includes particle physics, inflationary cosmology and quantum gravity.
“How Inflationary Graviton Affect the Force of Gravity,” L. Tan, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, Universe 8 (2022) 376, arXiv:2206.11467.
“Large logarithms from quantum gravitational corrections to a massless, minimally coupled scalar on de Sitter,” D. Glavan, S. P. Miao, T. Prokopec and R. P. Woodard, JHEP 03 (2022) 088, arXiv:2112.00959.
“Summing inflationary logarithms in nonlinear sigma models,” S. P. Miao, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, JHEP 03 (2022) 069, arXiv:2110.08715.
“How inflationary gravitons affect gravitational radiation,'” L. Tan, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. A380 (2022) 0187, arXiv:2107.13905.
“Gauge independent quantum gravitational corrections to Maxwell’s equation,” S. Katuwal and R. P. Woodard, JHEP 10 (2021) 029, arXiv:2107.13341.
“Graviton self-energy from gravitons in cosmology,” L. Tan, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, Class. Quant. Grav. 38 (2021) 145024, arXiv:2103.08547.
“Inflaton effective potential from photons for general epsilon,” S. Katuwal, S. P. Miao and R. P. Woodard, Phys. Rev. D103 (2021) 105007, arXiv:2101.06760.
Office: 2065 NPB