Shinji Tsujikawa mainly focuses on Dark energy, Mathematical physics, Cosmology, Quantum mechanics and Theoretical physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Scalar field, Cosmic microwave background and Dark matter in addition to Dark energy. Shinji Tsujikawa has included themes like Gravitation, Classical mechanics, Inflation and f gravity in his Mathematical physics study.
His studies deal with areas such as Universe and Perturbation as well as Cosmology. His Quantum mechanics research focuses on Scalar curvature and how it relates to Jordan and Einstein frames. He has researched Theoretical physics in several fields, including Gravity and Equation of state.
Dark energy, Mathematical physics, Scalar field, Scalar and Theoretical physics are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Dark energy brings together such families of science as Gravitation and Dark matter. The various areas that Shinji Tsujikawa examines in his Mathematical physics study include Vector field and Quantum mechanics, Tensor.
His Scalar field research incorporates themes from Field, Quantum electrodynamics, Dilaton, Scalar curvature and Coupling. His Theoretical physics course of study focuses on Classical mechanics and Gravity. His research investigates the connection with Equation of state and areas like Quintessence which intersect with concerns in Lambda-CDM model.
Shinji Tsujikawa focuses on Mathematical physics, Dark energy, Tensor, Scalar field and Scalar. His Mathematical physics research integrates issues from Gravitation, Vector field, Black hole and Laplace operator. His study of Equation of state is a part of Dark energy.
His Equation of state study combines topics in areas such as Scalar potential, Quintessence, De Sitter universe and Coupling. His Tensor research incorporates elements of Inflation, Theoretical physics and Gauge theory. Shinji Tsujikawa interconnects Four-velocity, Gravitational constant, Planck mass and Scalar curvature in the investigation of issues within Scalar field.
His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical physics, Dark energy, Scalar field, Tensor and Field. His General relativity study, which is part of a larger body of work in Mathematical physics, is frequently linked to Scalar, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Dark energy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Galaxy, Redshift, Cosmic background radiation and Theoretical physics.
His Scalar field study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Four-velocity, Planck mass, Perfect fluid and Coupling. He works mostly in the field of Tensor, limiting it down to topics relating to Inflation and, in certain cases, Observatory, Spacecraft and Astronomical interferometer, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies in Field integrate themes in fields like Gravity and Coupling.
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Dynamics of dark energy
Edmund J. Copeland;M. Sami;Shinji Tsujikawa.
International Journal of Modern Physics D (2006)
Antonio De Felice;Shinji Tsujikawa.
Living Reviews in Relativity (2010)
Properties of singularities in the (phantom) dark energy universe
Shin'ichi Nojiri;Sergei D. Odintsov;Shinji Tsujikawa.
Physical Review D (2005)
Dark Energy: Theory and Observations
Luca Amendola;Shinji Tsujikawa.
Inflation dynamics and reheating
Bruce A. Bassett;Shinji Tsujikawa;David Wands.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2006)
Conditions for the cosmological viability of f(R) dark energy models
Luca Amendola;Radouane Gannouji;David Polarski;Shinji Tsujikawa.
Physical Review D (2007)
Are f(R) dark energy models cosmologically viable
Luca Amendola;David Polarski;Shinji Tsujikawa.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna DECIGO
Seiji Kawamura;Hiroo Kunimori;Mizuhiko Hosokawa;Ryuichi Fujita.
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2011)
Quintessence: a review
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2013)
Dilatonic ghost condensate as dark energy
Federico Piazza;Shinji Tsujikawa.
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (2004)
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