Computational Modelling Group

Cosmology

Cosmology, is widely regarded as the scientific study of the origin, lifetime, and ultimate fate of our universe. This includes vast study on models of The Big Bang and inflationary scenarios, as well as the ongoing search for dark energy.

(Image credit: NASA/WMAP Science Team)

For queries about this topic, contact Matthew Mostert.

Projects

Lattice Holographic Cosmology

This project will aim to develop new theoretical field methods and massively parallel computational algorithms to be utilised on both new computational architectures (e.g. Intel Xeon Phi) and existing high performance computers (HPCs).

Lattice Holographic Cosmology

This project will aim to develop new theoretical field methods and massively parallel computational algorithms to be utilised on both new computational architectures (e.g. Intel Xeon Phi) and existing high performance computers (HPCs).

Lattice Holographic Cosmology

Andreas Juttner (Investigator), Matthew Mostert

This project will aim to develop new theoretical field methods and massively parallel computational algorithms to be utilised on both new computational architectures (e.g. Intel Xeon Phi) and existing high performance computers (HPCs).

The ultimate goal is to make predictions for the power spectrum and non-gaussianties of the CMB which would then be falsifiable by comparison to the Planck and WMAP data.

People

Andreas Juttner
Senior Research Fellow, Physics & Astronomy (FPAS)
Matthew Mostert
Postgraduate Research Student, Engineering Sciences (FEE)