Cosmological Probes for Supersymmetry
AbstractThe multi-parameter character of supersymmetric dark-matter models implies the combination of their experimental studies with astrophysical and cosmological probes. The physics of the early Universe provides nontrivial effects of non-equilibrium particles and primordial cosmological structures. Primordial black holes (PBHs) are a profound signature of such structures that may arise as a cosmological consequence of supersymmetric (SUSY) models. SUSY-based mechanisms of baryosynthesis can lead to the possibility of antimatter domains in a baryon asymmetric Universe. In the context of cosmoparticle physics, which studies the fundamental relationship of the micro- and macro-worlds, the development of SUSY illustrates the main principles of this approach, as the physical basis of the modern cosmology provides cross-disciplinary tests in physical and astronomical studies. View Full-Text
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Khlopov, M. Cosmological Probes for Supersymmetry. Symmetry 2015, 7, 815-842.
Khlopov M. Cosmological Probes for Supersymmetry. Symmetry. 2015; 7(2):815-842.Chicago/Turabian Style
Khlopov, Maxim. 2015. "Cosmological Probes for Supersymmetry." Symmetry 7, no. 2: 815-842.