Fuminobu Takahashi mainly investigates Particle physics, Axion, Inflaton, Inflation and Dark matter. His work is connected to Gravitino, Supersymmetry, Neutrino, Symmetry breaking and Gauge boson, as a part of Particle physics. His Axion study incorporates themes from Quantum chromodynamics, Exponential decay, Hot dark matter and Hubble's law.
His Inflaton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Supergravity, Moduli, Classical mechanics and Planck. His Inflation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scalar field, Universe and Anomaly. His Dark matter research incorporates themes from Photon, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Nuclear physics and Dark radiation, Cosmic microwave background.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Particle physics, Axion, Inflation, Inflaton and Dark matter. Many of his studies on Particle physics apply to Leptogenesis as well. His study looks at the intersection of Axion and topics like Quantum chromodynamics with Symmetry and Topological defect.
His Inflation research integrates issues from Field, Domain wall, Baryogenesis and Hubble's law. His Inflaton study deals with Supergravity intersecting with Classical mechanics. His Dark matter study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Standard Model, Dark radiation, Neutrino and Scalar field dark matter.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Particle physics, Axion, Dark matter, Quantum chromodynamics and Inflation. His Particle physics research incorporates themes from Universe, Exponential decay and Inflaton. His research on Axion also deals with topics like
His studies deal with areas such as Fermion, Dark radiation, Recoil and Photon as well as Dark matter. The study incorporates disciplines such as Scale, Perturbation and Hubble's law in addition to Quantum chromodynamics. His Hubble's law research includes elements of False vacuum, Higgs field, Higgs boson and Electroweak interaction.
His primary areas of investigation include Axion, Particle physics, Dark matter, Photon and Quantum chromodynamics. Fuminobu Takahashi interconnects Physics beyond the Standard Model and Observatory in the investigation of issues within Axion. His work on Tetraquark as part of general Particle physics research is frequently linked to Deep inelastic scattering, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The various areas that Fuminobu Takahashi examines in his Dark matter study include Cosmology and Dark radiation. His Photon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lattice, Anomaly and Instability. His study looks at the relationship between Quantum chromodynamics and topics such as Inflation, which overlap with Moduli, Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model and String.
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Review of Particle Physics
K. A. Olive;K. Agashe;C. Amsler;M. Antonelli.
Chinese Physics C (2014)
APS : Review of Particle Physics, 2018-2019
M Tanabashi;P Richardson;A Bettini;A Vogt.
Physical Review D (2018)
Oxford University Press : Review of Particle Physics, 2020-2021
P A Zyla;P Richardson;O Zenin;A Bettini.
The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna DECIGO
Seiji Kawamura;Hiroo Kunimori;Mizuhiko Hosokawa;Ryuichi Fujita.
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2011)
Moduli-induced gravitino problem.
Motoi Endo;Koichi Hamaguchi;Fuminobu Takahashi.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Inflaton decay in supergravity
Motoi Endo;Fuminobu Takahashi;T. T. Yanagida.
Physical Review D (2007)
Oscillation effects on thermalization of the neutrinos in the universe with low reheating temperature
Kazuhide Ichikawa;Masahiro Kawasaki;Fuminobu Takahashi.
Physical Review D (2005)
Gravitino overproduction in inflaton decay
Masahiro Kawasaki;Fuminobu Takahashi;T.T. Yanagida.
Physics Letters B (2006)
Phenomenological aspects of Hořava–Lifshitz cosmology
Shinji Mukohyama;Kazunori Nakayama;Fuminobu Takahashi;Shuichiro Yokoyama.
Physics Letters B (2009)
Gravitino-overproduction problem in an inflationary universe
Masahiro Kawasaki;Fuminobu Takahashi;T. T. Yanagida.
Physical Review D (2006)
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