PhD Physics Research Topics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Cosmic Microwave Background

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Bicep/Keck XV: The Bicep3 Cosmic Microwave Background Polarimeter and the First Three-year Data Set
  2. Probing cosmic inflation with the LiteBIRD cosmic microwave background polarization survey
  3. New physics from polarised light of the cosmic microwave background
  4. The parameter-level performance of covariance matrix conditioning in cosmic microwave background data analyses
  5.  Missing large-angle correlations versus even-odd point-parity imbalance in the cosmic microwave background
  6. BICEP/ XIV: Improved constraints on axionlike polarization oscillations in the cosmic microwave background
  7. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier: Cosmic Microwave Background Measurements White Paper
  8. Constraints from high-precision measurements of the cosmic microwave background: the case of disintegrating dark matter with Λ or dynamical dark energy
  9. Constraints on small-scale primordial density fluctuation from cosmic microwave background through dark matter annihilation
  10. Probing the Early History of Cosmic Reionization by Future Cosmic Microwave Background Experiments
  11. Bias to cosmic microwave background lensing reconstruction from the kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect at reionization
  12.  The Asymmetry of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation as Signature of Local Lorentz Invariance Violation
  13. Anomalies in the topology of the temperature fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background: An analysis of the NPIPE and FFP10 data releases
  14. Constraining the neutrino mass using a multitracer combination of T4Tutorials_2 galaxy surveys and cosmic microwave background lensing
  15. … Developments of Commercially Fabricated Horn Antenna-Coupled Transition-Edge Sensor Bolometer Detectors for Next-Generation Cosmic Microwave Background …
  16. Application of genetic algorithm to estimate the large angular scale features of cosmic microwave background
  17. Low-energy probes of the small cosmic microwave background amplitude in models of the radiative Higgs mechanism
  18. A fast linear system solution with application to spatial source separation for the Cosmic Microwave Background
  19.  Reanalysing cosmic microwave background radiation using a straight-line fit approach
  20. The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation as Viewed in the Planck Vacuum Theory
  21.  Microwave background temperature at a redshift of 6.34 from H2O absorption
  22.  Revisiting gravity, fine-structure constant, speed of light, and mass-energy equation through cosmic microwave background
  23. Development of cloud monitoring system for cosmic microwave background observations
  24.  Does the Universe Have a Supervoid? Explaining the Cold Spot of the Cosmic Microwave Background
  25. Investigating non-Gaussianity in Cosmic Microwave Background temperature maps using spherical harmonic phases
  26. Power spectrum of domain-wall neT4Tutorials_2rk and its implications for isotropic and anisotropic cosmic birefringence
  27. Computing microwave background polarization power spectra from cosmic birefringence
  28. Tracing baryons in the cosmic web filaments with eROSITA
  29. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Observational Facilities to Study Dark Matter
  30. Reconstructing cosmic polarization rotation with ResUNet-CMB
  31. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to modeling uncertainty
  32. The seemingly preferred cosmic frame
  33. Cosmic Coincidences of Primordial-Black-Hole Dark Matter
  34. Reconstructing large scales at cosmic dawn
  35. Importance of intracluster scattering and relativistic corrections from tSZ effect with Cosmic Infrared Background
  36. Cosmic expansion parametrization: Implication for curvature and tension
  38. Signature of heavy physics in stochastic gravitational-wave background
  39. Anomalies of cosmic anisotropy from holographic universality of great-circle variance
  40. Cosmic Birefringence from Planck Public Release 4
  41.  Cosmic Microwave Background Measurements
  42. Search for a scalar induced stochastic gravitational wave background in the third LIGO-Virgo observing run
  43. On the kinematic cosmic dipole tension
  44. Cosmic backgrounds from the radio to the far-infrared: recent results and perspectives from cosmological and astrophysical surveys
  45. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Probing dark matter with small-scale astrophysical observations
  46. A bound on the cosmic opacity of unparticles from the CMB temperature
  47. Inferring and with cosmic growth rate measurements using machine learning
  48. Cosmic Birefringence from the Planck Data Release 4
  49. Cosmological model-independent measurement on cosmic curvature using distance sum rule with the help of gravitational waves
  50. Effects of the Higgs field on Inflation and Reheating.
  51.  Laws of the Universe with Dark Matter & Dark Energy
  52. Multiple measurements of gravitational waves acting as standard probes: model-independent constraints on the cosmic curvature with DECIGO
  53. Eigenmode analysis of perturbations in the primordial medium at and before recombination
  54. Can phantom transition at z∼ 1 restore the Cosmic concordance?
  55. Cosmic birefrigence: cross-spectra and cross-bispectra with CMB anisotropies
  56. BeyondPlanck XV. Limits on Large-Scale Polarized Anomalous Microwave Emission from Planck LFI and WMAP
  57. Production and attenuation of cosmic-ray boosted dark matter
  58.  The Ellipsoidal Universe
  59. CMB T4Tutorials_2-point angular correlation function in the Ellipsoidal Universe
  60.  Can dark matter–dark energy interaction alleviate the cosmic coincidence problem?
  61. Formation of primordial black holes after Starobinsky inflation
  62. Planck limits on cosmic string tension using machine learning
  63. Improved constraints on primordial gravitational waves using BICEP/Keck observations
  64. X-ray Variability of Jets on kpc scales—Results of a comprehensive Chandra archival survey
  65. Probing inflationary cosmology with BICEP-Keck small aperture telescopes
  66. Ruling out QCD phase transition as a PBH origin of LIGO/Virgo events
  67. Background of radio photons from primordial black holes
  68.  Multi-frequency point source detection with fully convolutional neT4Tutorials_2rks: Performance in realistic microwave sky simulations
  69. Dark Matter Physics from the CMB-S4 Experiment
  70. KiDS-1000: cosmic shear with enhanced redshift calibration
  71. Towards hybrid inflation with in light of Hubble tension and primordial gravitational waves
  72. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: cosmological constraints from the analysis of cosmic shear in harmonic space
  73.  Something is Seriously Wrong with Cosmology
  74. The effect of cosmic variance on the characteristics of dust polarization power spectra
  75. Status of QUBIC, the Q&U Bolometric Interferometer for Cosmology
  76. Contribution to the 2022 Cosmology session of the 56th Rencontres de Moriond: Moment expansion of polarized dust SED: A new path towards capturing the CMB …
  77. CCAT-prime: Prime-Cam on the Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope
  78. Testing gravity on cosmic scales: A case study of Jordan-Brans-Dicke theory
  79. Worry No More, The Hubble Tension is Relieved: A Truly Direct Measurement of the Hubble Constant from Mooniversal Expansion
  80. BICEP/Keck Constraints on Attractor Models of Inflation and Reheating
  81. Snowmass 2021 CMB-S4 White Paper
  82. Cosmology and Astrophysics from CMB secondary anisotropies
  83. A Systematic MillimeterTransient Seach Using ACT Data
  84. Measuring the cosmological density field twice: A novel test of dark energy using the CMB quadrupole
  85. The Hubble tension in the non-flat Super− ΛCDM model
  86. Super-Horizon modes and cosmic expansion
  87.  Consistent explanation for the cosmic-ray positron excess in p-wave Breit–Wigner enhanced dark matter annihilation
  88.  Varying fine-structure constant cosmography
  89.  Analysis of Generalized Ghost Dark Energy and New Holographic Dark Energy in Chameleon Brans-Dicke Theory
  90. Cosmological constraints on dark matter interactions with ordinary matter
  91. Symmetries of the Primordial Sky
  92.  From “Cosmic Cooking” to Chemistry of the Future: A Collective Dialogue on Chemistry as a Tribute to Prof. Sourav Pal.
  93. VizieR Online Data Catalog: Revised redshifts of the Pantheon supernovae Ia (Steinhardt+, 2020)
  94. Amplification of primordial perturbations from the rise or fall of the inflaton
  95. What can CMB observations tell us about the neutrino distribution function?
  96. Primordial tensor bispectra in μ-CMB cross-correlations
  97. Detectability of the cross-correlation between CMB lensing and stochastic GW background from compact object mergers
  98. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to data calibration
  99. Implications of the tension for decaying dark matter with warm decay products
  100.  HERA Phase I Limits on the Cosmic 21 cm Signal: Constraints on Astrophysics and Cosmology during the Epoch of Reionization
  101. Stochastic gravitational waves from long cosmic strings
  102. Sterile neutrino production at small mixing in the early universe
  103. Improved constraint on primordial gravitational waves in light of the Hubble tension and BICEP/Keck
  104.  GW200105 and GW200115 are compatible with a scenario of primordial black hole binary coalescences
  105. Republication of: On the transition from wave optics to geometric optics in general relativity
  106. Revealing the late-time transition of : relieve the Hubble crisis
  107. The benefits of CMB delensing
  108. The Dark Universe
  109. Hints of dark matter-neutrino interactions in Lyman- data
  110. 21-cm constraints on spinning primordial black holes
  111. Cosmological Dynamics of Relativistic MOND
  112. Observational Imprints of Our Lost Twin Anti-Universe
  113. QUBIC I: Overview and science program
  114. Massive black holes at high redshifts from superconducting cosmic strings
  115. A uniform Type Ia Supernova distance ladder with the zwicky transient facility: absolute calibration based on the Tip of the Red Giant Branch (TRGB) method
  116. Decay of multiple dark matter particles to dark radiation in different epochs does not alleviate the Hubble tension
  117. Refined modelling of the radio SZ signal: kinematic terms, relativistic temperature corrections, and anisotropies in the radio background
  118. Estimating the Impact of foregrounds on the Future Detection of Rayleigh scattering
  119. Anisotropy of phase transition gravitational wave and its implication for primordial seeds of the Universe
  120.  Cosmological implications of ns≈ 1 in light of the Hubble tension
  121. Anisotropic cosmic optical background bound for decaying dark matter in light of the LORRI anomaly
  122. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to modeling uncertainty
  123. Cosmological joint analysis with cosmic growth and expansion rate
  124. Impact of Warm Dark Matter on the Cosmic Neutrino Background Anisotropies
  125. In-flight gain monitoring of SPIDER’s transition-edge sensor arrays
  126. The Physics of Light Relics
  127. CDM is alive and well
  128. Cosmological Neutrinos
  129. Eternal universe in dynamic equilibrium
  130. Ruling out QCD phase transition as a PBH origin of LIGO/Virgo events
  131. Potential of the MeerKAT telescope to detect the stimulated decay of axion-like particles
  132. Isotropic non-Lipschitz regularization for sparse representations of random fields on the sphere
  133. The Ellipsoidal Universe and the Hubble tension
  134.  Bringing back the golden days of Bell Labs
  135. BICEP/Keck constraints on attractor models of inflation and reheating
  136. Investigation of CMB constraints for dark matter-helium scattering
  137. Constraining Brans–Dicke Cosmology with the CSST Galaxy Clustering Spectroscopic Survey
  138. Massive neutrino self-interactions with a light mediator in cosmology
  139. T4Tutorials_2-zero textures based on symmetry and unimodular mixing matrix
  140. New constraint on Early Dark Energy from Planck and BOSS data using the profile likelihood
  141. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to data calibration
  142. Dark radiation constraints on light primordial black holes
  143. New probe of the high-redshift Universe: Nulling CMB lensing with interloper-free line intensity mapping pair lensing
  144. Formation and Abundance of Late Forming Primordial Black Holes as Dark Matter
  145. Special Section Introduction
  146. -Portal Continuum Dark Matter
  147. Cosmology with the SZ spectrum: Measuring the Universe’s temperature with galaxy clusters
  148. Dark matter in astrophysics/cosmology
  149. X-Ray Emission from the Jets and Lobes of the Spiderweb
  150. Crab nebula at 260 GHz with the NIKA2 polarimeter: Implications for the polarization angle calibration of future CMB experiments
  151. Limits on the Light Dark Matter–Proton Cross Section from Cosmic Large-Scale Structure
  152. Model selection using baryon acoustic oscillations in the final SDSS-IV release
  153. Recovering the CMB Signal with Machine Learning
  154. Determining the Hubble Constant without the Sound Horizon: A Constraint on from Galaxy Surveys, CMB Lensing and Supernovae
  155. The effects of lensing by local structures on the dipole of radio source counts
  156. No-go guide for the Hubble tension: matter perturbations
  157. Cosmological constraints on first-order phase transitions
  158. Assessing consistency between CMB temperature and polarization measurements, with application to Planck, ACT and SPT
  159. New Roads to the Small-scale Universe: Measurements of the Clustering of Matter with the High-redshift UV Galaxy Luminosity Function
  160. Slowly-rotating curved acoustic black holes: Quasinormal modes, Hawking-Unruh radiation, and quasibound states
  161. Observational search for primordial chirality violations using galaxy angular momenta
  162. The S8 tension in light of updated redshift-space distortion data and PAge approximation
  163. Constraint on the early-formed dark matter halos using the free-free emission in the Planck foreground analysis
  164. Spatial curvature and large scale Lorentz violation
  165. Improved upper limit on degree-scale CMB B-mode polarization power from the 670 square-degree POLARBEAR survey
  166. Constraining cosmological scaling solutions of a Galileon field
  167. The interstellar dust emission spectrum
  168.  A GREAT model comparison against the cosmological constant
  169. Rapidly descending dark energy and the end of cosmic expansion
  170. Imprints of MeV Scale Hidden Dark Sector at Planck
  171. Nonthermal neutrino-like hot dark matter in light of the tension
  172. Radio sky reveals primordial electron-proton interactions
  173. Scalar quadratic maximum likelihood estimators for the CMB cross power spectrum
  174. The linear and nonlinear inverse Compton scattering between microwaves and electrons in a resonant cavity
  175.  Effects of Quantum Gravity on a Vector Field Cosmological Model
  176. Four-year Cosmology Large Angular Scale Surveyor (CLASS) observations: on-sky receiver performance at 40, 90, 150, and 220 GHz frequency bands
  177. New results from testing relativistic gravity with radio pulsars
  178.  Portraying the missing baryonic mass at the cosmic noon: the contribution of CUBES
  179. Full-sky, arcminute-scale, 3D models of Galactic microwave foreground dust emission based on filaments
  180. Improved cosmological fits with quantized primordial power spectra
  181. Cosmology from the kinetic polarized Sunyaev Zel’dovich effect
  182. Astrophysical information from the Rayleigh-Jeans Tail of the CMB
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  184. A designer approach to f (Q) gravity and cosmological implications
  185. One spectrum to cure them all: Signature from early Universe solves major anomalies and tensions in cosmology
  186. Test of the Statistical Isotropy of the Universe using Gravitational Waves
  187. Revisiting the constraints on primordial black hole abundance with the isotropic gamma-ray background
  188. What does cosmology tell us about the mass of thermal-relic dark matter?
  189. Directional Variations of Cosmological Parameters from the Planck CMB Data
  190.  CMB/kSZ and Compton-y Maps from 2500 deg2 of SPT-SZ and Planck Survey Data
  191. High precision modeling of polarized signals: moment expansion method generalized to spin-2 fields
  192. Is light thermal scalar dark matter possible?
  193.  Quantum Materials for Quantum Technologies QMQT
  194. Using lower-redshift, non-CMB, data to constrain the Hubble constant and other cosmological parameters
  195. Analytic correlation of inflationary potential to power spectrum shape: limits of validity, andno-go’for small field model analytics
  196. arXiv: Modern Cosmology, an Amuse-Gueule
  197. Dark energy model with very large-scale inhomogeneity
  198. Accurate CMB covariance matrices: exact calculation and approximations
  199. Lectures on classical and quantum cosmology
  200. Constraining the mass and redshift evolution of the hydrostatic mass bias using the gas mass fraction in galaxy clusters
  201. Euclid preparation: XV. Forecasting cosmological constraints for the Euclid and CMB joint analysis
  202. Cluster outskirts and their connection to the cosmic web
  203. Single frequency CMB B-mode inference with realistic foregrounds from a single training image
  204. Minimal dark energy: key to sterile neutrino and Hubble constant tensions?
  205.  Cosmological search for sterile neutrinos after Planck 2018
  206. Larger values in the CMB dipole direction
  207. Thermal perturbations from cosmological constant relaxation
  208. Asymmetric reheating from a symmetric inflationary potential
  209. Cosmological forecasts on thermal axions, relic neutrinos, and light elements
  210. Superhorizon Perturbations: A Possible Explanation of the Hubble–Lemaître Tension and the Large-scale Anisotropy of the Universe
  211. Direct observation of an extended X-ray jet at z= 6.1
  212. Asteroid Measurements at Millimeter Wavelengths with the South Pole Telescope
  213. Constraints on Single-Field Inflation from the BOSS Galaxy Survey
  214. A tale of T4Tutorials_2 double quasars: Hubble constant tension or biases?
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  216.  Welcome to the Universe in 3D: A Visual Tour
  217. CosmoPower: emulating cosmological power spectra for accelerated Bayesian inference from next-generation surveys
  218.  Natural Chain Inflation
  219. X-ray Emission and Radio Emission from the Jets and Lobes of the Spiderweb Radio Galaxy
  220.  On the E ect of the 3K Background Radiation on Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays
  221. Retrieving cosmological information from small-scale CMB foregrounds-I. The thermal Sunyaev Zel’dovich effect
  222. arXiv: Constraints on Single-Field Inflation from the BOSS Galaxy Survey
  223. Primordial gravitational waves from NANOGrav: A broken power-law approach
  224. Inelastic Dirac Dark Matter
  225. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: 21cm Radiation as a Probe of Physics Across Cosmic Ages
  226. Relevance of photon-photon dispersion within the jet for blazar axionlike particle searches
  227. Solar system peculiar motion from the Hubble diagram of quasars and testing the Cosmological Principle
  228. Impact of thermal SZ effect on cross-correlations between Planck CMB lensing and SDSS galaxy density fields
  229. Angular correlations of causally-coherent primordial quantum perturbations
  230. A new slant on the cosmos
  231. Mitigating foreground bias to the CMB lensing power spectrum for a CMB-HD survey
  232.  Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Theory Group, D-22603 Hamburg, Germany alexander. [email protected] desy. de
  233. Resurrecting the fraternal twin WIMP miracle
  234. Dark matter-baryon scattering effects on temperature perturbations and implications for cosmic dawn
  235. Electromagnetic Antennas for the Resonant Detection of the Stochastic Gravitational Wave Background
  236. QUBIC II: Spectral polarimetry with bolometric interferometry
  237. String cosmology—Large-field inflation in string theory
  238. Detailed study of HWP non-idealities and their impact on future measurements of CMB polarization anisotropies from space
  239. Kinetic Field Theory for Cosmic Structure Formation
  240.  Observational constraints of the modified cosmology through Barrow entropy
  241. The Complex Universe
  242. Dark energy with oscillatory tracking potential: Observational Constraints and Perturbative effects
  243.  The first three minutes: a modern view of the origin of the universe
  244. New tests of dark sector interactions from the full-shape galaxy power spectrum
  245. Galaxy cluster strong lensing cosmography-Cosmological constraints from a sample of regular galaxy clusters
  246. The DES view of the Eridanus supervoid and the CMB cold spot
  247. Galactic cosmic rays above the Earth’s atmosphere
  248. Dark energy, Chaplygin gas and viscosity
  249. A comprehensive study of modulation effects on CMB polarization
  250. BeyondPlanck X. Bandpass and beam leakage corrections
  251. Optical Designs and Antireflection Coatings for CMB Instruments
  252. Probing the circumgalactic medium with CMB polarization statistical anisotropy
  253.  Neutrino Properties with Ground-Based Millimeter-Wavelength Line Intensity Mapping
  254. Particles in Loop Quantum Gravity formalism: a thermodynamical description
  255.  Isotropization of embedding Class I spacetime and anisotropic system generated by complexity factor in the framework of gravitational decoupling
  256. The Copernican principle in light of the latest cosmological data
  257.  What Are the Truths of Time and Space
  258. How Physical Cosmology Grew
  259. Euclid preparation-XV. Forecasting cosmological constraints for the Euclid and CMB joint analysis
  260. Search for Cosmic-Ray Boosted Sub-GeV Dark Matter at the PandaX-II Experiment
  262. Hot new early dark energy
  263.  Bianchi type I cosmology with a Kalb–Ramond background field
  264. Photon-ALP interaction as a measure of initial photon polarization
  265. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Cosmology and Fundamental Physics from the three-dimensional Large Scale Structure
  266. Vector stability in quadratic metric-affine theories
  267. Cosmological implications of the full shape of anisotropic clustering measurements in BOSS and eBOSS
  268. Joint constraints on cosmology and the impact of baryon feedback: Combining KiDS-1000 lensing with the thermal Sunyaev–Zeldovich effect from Planck and ACT
  269. Artificial neural neT4Tutorials_2rks for cosmic gamma-ray propagation in the universe
  270. Dark Matter Halos in Interacting Dark Energy Models: Formation History, Density Profile, Spin and Shape
  271. Constraints on Multi-Field Inflation from the BOSS Galaxy Survey
  272. Cosmic and thermodynamic study of non-canonical scalar field in parameterized modified gravity
  273. The Pantheon+ Analysis: Cosmological Constraints
  274. Hubble Tension from Bubble Tension: Cosmic Voids, Local and Global Scales
  275. Gravitational Energy; Aerospace’s Future Technology
  276. Analytical Model of Compact Star with a new version of Modified Chaplygin Equation of State
  277. Gravitational Waves in Metastable Supersymmetry Breaking
  278.  Strong lensing systems and galaxy cluster observations as probe to the cosmic distance duality relation
  279. Weaker yet again: mass spectrum-consistent cosmological constraints on the neutrino lifetime
  280.  Holographic dark energy in Gauss-Bonnet gravity with Granda-Oliveros cut-off
  281. Joint analysis of DES Year 3 data and CMB lensing from SPT and Planck II: Cross-correlation measurements and cosmological constraints
  282. Host Dark Matter Halos of SDSS Red and Blue Quasars: No Significant Difference in Large-scale Environment
  283. The optical depth of foregrounds for the highest redshift 21 cm signals
  284. QUBIC VI: cryogenic half wave plate rotator, design and performance
  285. Kac-Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Processes: Stationary Distributions and Exponential Functionals
  286. Prospect of detecting X-ray haloes around middle-aged pulsars with eROSITA
  287. Constraining Cluster Virialization Mechanism and Cosmology Using Thermal-SZ-selected Clusters from Future CMB Surveys
  288. Baryonic feedback biases on fundamental physics from lensed CMB power spectra

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