PhD Harvard University (1984)
High Energy Physics/Institute for Fundamental Theory
Research interests includes particle physics, inflationary cosmology and quantum gravity.
“Precision Predictions for the Primordial Power Spectra from f(R) Models of Inflation,” D. J. Brooker, S. D. Odintsov and R. P. Woodard, Nucl. Phys. B911 (2016) 318, arXiv:1606.05879.
“An Improved Cosmological Model,” N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, Phys. Rev. D94 (2016) 043508, arXiv:1606.06967.
“Determining Cosmology for a Nonlocal Realization of MOND,” M. Kim, M. H. Rahat, M. Sayeb, L. Tan, R. P. Woodard and B. Xu, Phys. Rev. D94 (2016) 104009, arXiv:1608.07858.
“One loop graviton corrections to dynamical photons in de Sitter,” D. Glavan, S. P. Miao, T. Prokopec and R. P. Woodard, Class. Quantum Grav. 34 (2017) 085002, arXiv:1609.00386.
“Causality Implies Inflationary Back-Reaction,” S. Basu, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, JHEP 1707 (2017) 037, arXiv:1612.07406.
“Invariant Measure of the One Loop Quantum Gravitational Back-Reaction on Inflation,” S. P. Miao, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, Phys. Rev. D95
(2017) 125008, arXiv:1702.05694.
“Final Thoughts on the Power Spectra of Scalar Potential Models,” D. J. Brooker, N. C. Tsamis and R. P. Woodard, submitted for publication
in Physical Review D, arXiv:1708.03253.
“Deducing Cosmological Observables from the S-matrix,” S. P. Miao, T. Prokopec and R. P. Woodard, submitted for publication in Physical
Review D, arXiv:1708.06239.
Office: 2065 NPB