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Richard Woodard

Richard WoodardProfessor

PhD Harvard University (1984)

Research Group

High Energy Physics/Institute for Fundamental Theory

Research Interests

Research interests includes particle physics, inflationary cosmology and quantum gravity.

 

Selected Publications

“Nonlocal Cosmology II — Cosmic acceleration without fine tuning or dark energy,” S. Deser and R. P. Woodard, JCAP 06 (2019) 034, arXiv:1902.08075.

“Non-Gaussianity from Features,” S. Basu, D. J. Brooker, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, University of Florida preprint UFIFT-QG-18-05, accepted for publication to Physical Review D, arXiv:1905.12140.

“The Inflaton Effective Potential for General $\epsilon$,” A. Kyriazis, S. P. Miao, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, University of Florida preprint UFIFT-QG-19-05, submitted for publication to the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, arXiv:1908.03814.

“Ricci Subtraction for Cosmological Coleman-Weinberg Potentials,” S. P. Miao, S. Park and R. P. Woodard, University of Florida preprint UFIFT-QG-19-01, submitted for publication to Physical Review D, arXiv:1908.05558.

“Graviton Propagator in a 2-Parameter Family of de Sitter Breaking Gauges,” D. Glavan, S. P. Miao, T. Prokopec and R. P. Woodard, University of Florida preprint UFIFT-QG-19-03, accepted for publication to the Journal of High Energy Physics, arXiv:1908.06064.

“Breaking of scaling symmetry by massless scalar on de Sitter,” D. Glavan, S. P. Miao, T. Prokopec and R. P. Woodard, University of Florida preprint UFIFT-QG-19-06, submitted for publication to Physics Letters B, arXiv:1908.11113.

 

Institute for Fundamental Theory

Office: 2065 NPB
352.392.8744
rwoodard@ufl.edu