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Quantum Gravity Effects in the (Early and Late) Universe



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Recording Details

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12100090

Abstract

Quantum Gravity at the origin of seeds of cosmic
structure?

This meeting shows a our impatience for uncovering at long last any signal of unknown physics that might have a quantum gravitational origin. I will argue that the transition from a homogenous and isotropic state characterizing the mid-early parts of inflation ( i.e. the regime after sufficient e- folds of inflation have elapsed so that all traces of the pre-inflationary state are erased), to those eras, where the primordial inhomogeneities have appears might hold ins testing clues about the nature of quantum gravity

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Quantum gravity and cosmology
In the light of upcoming high-precision data from the Planck
mission and possible trans-Planckian signatures encoded in eg the
microwave background radiation, and in view of possible large-distance
modifications of gravity and the accelearted expansion of the universe