2012 - Fred Hoyle Medal and Prize, Institute of Physics
David H. Lyth mainly focuses on Inflation, Curvature perturbation, Classical mechanics, Perturbation and Inflaton. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum electrodynamics, Perturbation theory, De Sitter universe and Cosmic microwave background, Anisotropy in addition to Inflation. His work carried out in the field of Curvature perturbation brings together such families of science as Curvaton, Conserved quantity, Inflation and Cosmological perturbation theory.
His Classical mechanics research integrates issues from Curvature, Intrinsic curvature and Spacetime. His Perturbation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adiabatic process and Quantum fluctuation. His research integrates issues of Gravitational wave and Supergravity, Supersymmetry, Particle physics in his study of Inflaton.
Inflation, Particle physics, Astrophysics, Inflaton and Theoretical physics are his primary areas of study. His work in Inflation addresses issues such as Cosmology, which are connected to fields such as Scale structure. His study on Particle physics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Hubble's law.
His studies in Astrophysics integrate themes in fields like Cosmic microwave background and Spectral index. David H. Lyth has included themes like Perturbation, Scalar field, Gauge theory, Mathematical physics and Supergravity in his Inflaton study. His Curvature perturbation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Non-Gaussianity, Curvaton and Classical mechanics.
David H. Lyth focuses on Perturbation, Astrophysics, Inflation, Inflaton and Cosmic microwave background. David H. Lyth combines subjects such as Mathematical physics, Quantum electrodynamics, Classical mechanics, Non-Gaussianity and Anisotropy with his study of Perturbation. The De Sitter universe and Galaxy research David H. Lyth does as part of his general Astrophysics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Upper and lower bounds, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His work on Cosmological perturbation theory is typically connected to Waterfall as part of general Inflation study, connecting several disciplines of science. The concepts of his Inflaton study are interwoven with issues in Supersymmetry, Particle physics, Planck and CMB cold spot. His Cosmic microwave background research integrates issues from Dipole, Universe, Kinetic term and Asymmetry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Perturbation, Inflation, Non-Gaussianity, Cosmological perturbation theory and Inflaton. His study in the fields of Curvature perturbation under the domain of Perturbation overlaps with other disciplines such as Light field. The subject of his Inflation research is within the realm of Theoretical physics.
His work carried out in the field of Non-Gaussianity brings together such families of science as Redshift, Gravitational lens and Particle physics. His Cosmological perturbation theory research includes themes of Bispectrum, Cosmic background radiation, Classical mechanics and Mathematical physics. His studies in Inflaton integrate themes in fields like Kinetic term, CMB cold spot, Quantum field theory and Asymmetry.
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Cosmological Inflation and Large-Scale Structure
Andrew R. Liddle;David H. Lyth.
Particle physics models of inflation and the cosmological density perturbation
David H. Lyth;Antonio Riotto.
Physics Reports (1999)
Generating the curvature perturbation without an inflaton
David H Lyth;David Wands.
Physics Letters B (2002)
False vacuum inflation with Einstein gravity
Edmund J. Copeland;Andrew R. Liddle;David H. Lyth;Ewan D. Stewart.
Physical Review D (1994)
What Would We Learn by Detecting a Gravitational Wave Signal in the Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy
David H. Lyth.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
The cold dark matter density perturbation
Andrew R. Liddle;David H. Lyth.
Physics Reports (1993)
Primordial density perturbation in the curvaton scenario
David H. Lyth;Carlo Ungarelli;David Wands.
Physical Review D (2003)
A New approach to the evolution of cosmological perturbations on large scales
David Wands;Karim A. Malik;David H. Lyth;Andrew R. Liddle;Andrew R. Liddle.
Physical Review D (2000)
A general proof of the conservation of the curvature perturbation
David H. Lyth;Karim A. Malik;Misao Sasaki.
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (2005)
The Primordial Density Perturbation: Cosmology, Inflation and the Origin of Structure
David H. Lyth;Andrew R. Liddle.
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