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Physics
D-index
78
Citations
26,166
340
World Ranking
2348
National Ranking
49

2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science

1988 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

Robert H. Brandenberger mostly deals with Classical mechanics, Inflation, Theoretical physics, Cosmology and Universe. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ekpyrotic universe and Mathematical physics. Robert H. Brandenberger interconnects Quantum electrodynamics, Primordial fluctuations, Hubble volume and Parametric oscillator in the investigation of issues within Inflation.

Robert H. Brandenberger has included themes like String cosmology and Back-reaction in his Theoretical physics study. His studies in Cosmology integrate themes in fields like Gravitational wave, Scale invariance, Structure formation and Gravitation. His work on Physical cosmology as part of his general Universe study is frequently connected to Context, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.

- Theory of Cosmological Perturbations (1336 citations)
- Superstrings in the Early Universe (773 citations)
- Trans-Planckian problem of inflationary cosmology (641 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Cosmology, Theoretical physics, Inflation, Particle physics and Classical mechanics. His Cosmology research incorporates themes from Gravitation, Universe, Gravitational wave and Structure formation. His Theoretical physics research integrates issues from Quantum cosmology and String cosmology.

Robert H. Brandenberger works mostly in the field of Inflation, limiting it down to topics relating to Cosmological constant and, in certain cases, Dark energy, as a part of the same area of interest. His Particle physics study combines topics in areas such as Phase transition and Cosmic string. As a member of one scientific family, Robert H. Brandenberger mostly works in the field of Classical mechanics, focusing on De Sitter universe and, on occasion, Metric expansion of space.

- Cosmology (36.72%)
- Theoretical physics (33.82%)
- Inflation (29.46%)

- Cosmology (36.72%)
- Astrophysics (21.99%)
- String (20.75%)

Robert H. Brandenberger spends much of his time researching Cosmology, Astrophysics, String, Theoretical physics and Cosmic string. The Cosmology study combines topics in areas such as Gravitational wave, Inflation and Mathematical physics. Robert H. Brandenberger mostly deals with Inflaton in his studies of Inflation.

In String, Robert H. Brandenberger works on issues like Particle physics, which are connected to Phase transition. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Superstring theory, Universe, Spacetime and Swampland. As a part of the same scientific family, Robert H. Brandenberger mostly works in the field of Ekpyrotic universe, focusing on Classical mechanics and, on occasion, Fluctuation spectrum, Field theory and Spectral density.

- The Matter Bounce Alternative to Inflationary Cosmology (140 citations)
- Dark energy in the swampland (136 citations)
- Anisotropy in a non-singular bounce (111 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

Robert H. Brandenberger mainly investigates Cosmology, Classical mechanics, Astrophysics, Mathematical physics and Theoretical physics. His studies deal with areas such as COSMIC cancer database, Inflation, Amplitude, Gravitational wave and Contraction as well as Cosmology. His work in the fields of Inflaton overlaps with other areas such as Conjecture.

His Classical mechanics research incorporates elements of Ring singularity, Singularity, Ekpyrotic universe and Anisotropy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Astronomy and Cosmic string in addition to Astrophysics. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dark energy, Perturbation and Swampland.

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Theory of Cosmological Perturbations

Viatcheslav F. Mukhanov;Viatcheslav F. Mukhanov;H.A. Feldman;Robert H. Brandenberger.

**(2004)**

4222 Citations

Superstrings in the Early Universe

Robert H. Brandenberger;C. Vafa.

Nuclear Physics **(1989)**

1111 Citations

Particle Production During Out-of-equilibrium Phase Transitions

Jennie H. Traschen;Robert H. Brandenberger.

Physical Review D **(1990)**

1105 Citations

Trans-Planckian problem of inflationary cosmology

Jérôme Martin;Robert H. Brandenberger.

Physical Review D **(2001)**

1060 Citations

Universe reheating after inflation

Y. Shtanov;Jennie H. Traschen;Robert H. Brandenberger.

Physical Review D **(1995)**

950 Citations

Generation of a scale-invariant spectrum of adiabatic fluctuations in cosmological models with a contracting phase

Fabio Finelli;Robert Brandenberger;Robert Brandenberger.

Physical Review D **(2002)**

605 Citations

Matter bounce in Horava-Lifshitz cosmology

Robert Brandenberger.

Physical Review D **(2009)**

565 Citations

Producing a scale-invariant spectrum of perturbations in a Hagedorn phase of string cosmology.

Ali Nayeri;Robert H. Brandenberger;Cumrun Vafa.

Physical Review Letters **(2006)**

476 Citations

THE ROBUSTNESS OF INFLATION TO CHANGES IN SUPER-PLANCK-SCALE PHYSICS

Robert H. Brandenberger;Jérôme Martin.

Modern Physics Letters A **(2001)**

379 Citations

Energy-momentum tensor for cosmological perturbations

L. Raul W. Abramo;Robert H. Brandenberger;V. F. Mukhanov.

Physical Review D **(1997)**

327 Citations

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