2014 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
1989 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary scientific interests are in Classical mechanics, Theoretical physics, Cosmology, Ekpyrotic universe and Astrophysics. His Classical mechanics research includes elements of Random measure, Big Crunch, Statistical physics and Mathematical physics. His Big Crunch research integrates issues from Big Bounce and Cyclic model.
His Theoretical physics study combines topics in areas such as Space, Measure problem and De Sitter universe. His work deals with themes such as COSMIC cancer database, Dark matter, Observable and Gravitation, which intersect with Cosmology. Neil Turok interconnects Astronomy and Cosmic microwave background in the investigation of issues within Astrophysics.
Neil Turok mainly focuses on Theoretical physics, Astrophysics, Classical mechanics, Cosmic microwave background and Particle physics. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cosmology and De Sitter universe. His Astrophysics research incorporates themes from Astronomy and Cosmic string.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum cosmology, Initial singularity, Big Crunch and Ekpyrotic universe in addition to Classical mechanics. His Big Crunch research includes themes of Big Bounce and Cyclic model. As a part of the same scientific family, Neil Turok mostly works in the field of Cosmic microwave background, focusing on Polarization and, on occasion, Gravitational wave.
His main research concerns Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics, Path integral formulation, Quantum cosmology and Semiclassical physics. His study on Inflation is often connected to Binary number as part of broader study in Theoretical physics. His studies in Classical mechanics integrate themes in fields like Gravitational singularity, Big Crunch and Unitarity.
His research integrates issues of Big Bounce, Cyclic model, Physical cosmology, Ultimate fate of the universe and Gauge theory in his study of Big Crunch. His Quantum cosmology research focuses on Mathematical physics and how it connects with Lie algebra. His Semiclassical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Complex number, Quantum gravity, General relativity and Quantum field theory.
Neil Turok focuses on Classical mechanics, Quantum cosmology, Path integral formulation, Theoretical physics and Big Crunch. His research in Classical mechanics is mostly concerned with Scalar field. His research investigates the connection between Scalar field and topics such as Geodesic that intersect with issues in Inflation.
His work carried out in the field of Quantum cosmology brings together such families of science as Mathematical physics, 1/N expansion and Gauge theory. His Path integral formulation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Open quantum system and Semiclassical physics. The concepts of his Big Crunch study are interwoven with issues in Ultimate fate of the universe, Cosmological principle, Physical cosmology, Cyclic model and Cosmology.
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Ekpyrotic universe: Colliding branes and the origin of the hot big bang
Justin Khoury;Burt A. Ovrut;Paul J. Steinhardt;Neil Turok.
Physical Review D (2001)
Halo Formation in Warm Dark Matter Models
Paul Bode;Jeremiah P. Ostriker;Neil Turok.
The Astrophysical Journal (2001)
Cosmic Evolution in a Cyclic Universe
Paul Joseph Steinhardt;Neil Turok.
Physical Review D (2002)
Cosmology in the Laboratory: Defect Dynamics in Liquid Crystals
Isaac Chuang;Ruth Durrer;Neil Turok;Bernard Yurke.
A cyclic model of the universe
Paul J. Steinhardt;Neil Turok.
From big crunch to big bang
Justin Khoury;Burt A. Ovrut;Nathan Seiberg;Paul J. Steinhardt.
Physical Review D (2002)
Open universe from inflation.
Martin Bucher;Alfred S. Goldhaber;Neil Turok.
Physical Review D (1995)
Kasner and mixmaster behavior in universes with equation of state w >= 1
Joel K. Erickson;Daniel H. Wesley;Paul J. Steinhardt;Neil Turok.
Physical Review D (2004)
Looking for a cosmological constant with the Rees-Sciama effect.
Robert G. Crittenden;Neil Turok.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Evolution of cosmic strings
Andreas Albrecht;N. Turok.
Physical Review Letters (1985)
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