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Postdoc representative, sep 07, oct 08
P.G Ferreira, C. Skordis, C. Zunckel, Dark Matter, Modified Gravity and the Mass of the Neutrino, Phys. Rev. D 78 044043 (2008),
C. Skordis, \"Generalizing TeVeS cosmology\", Phys. Rev. D 77, 123502, (2008)
arXiv:0811.1272, submitted to Phys. Rev. D, M. Banados, P. Ferreira and C. Skordis
arXiv:0811.1270, submitted to Phys. Rev. D, M. Banados, A. Gomberoff, D. C. Rodrigues and C. Skordis
arXiv:0808.0673, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett., M. Pospelov, A. Ritz and C. Skordis
arXiv:0806.1238, submitted to Phys. Rev. D, C. Skordis
\"TeVeS theory and its cosmology.\" C. Skordis, Review for Classical and Quantum Gravity This has been commisioned by the editors of CQG and is scheduled to be submitted in Dec 08.
Faculty position (W3) seminar, \\\"Dark Matter, Dark Energy or Modified Gravity?\\\", Heidelberg University, Germany.
\\\"Conundrums and prospects of modified gravity.\\\", University of Uttrecht, Netherlands.
Invited seminar, \\\"Conundrums and prospects of modified gravity.\\\", NORDITA, Stocholm, Sweden.
Invited key talk, \\\" Dark Matter and/or not Dark Matter? \\\", Key talk at \\\"Progress of Old and New Themes in cosmology\\\", Avignon, France.
Faculty position seminar: \\\"Conundrums and prospects of modified gravity.\\\" ,Syracuse University, USA.
Faculty position Physics colloquium, \\\"Gravity at the edge of the universe\\\", Syracuse University, USA.
Faculty position seminar, \\\"Demystifying the large scale structure and evolution of the cosmos\\\", Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA
Invited Seminar, \\\"Cosmology of Bekenstein-Sanders theory of modified gravity\\\", Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA
Invited Seminar, \\\"Cosmology of Bekenstein-Sanders theory of modified gravity\\\", Theoretical physics group, Heidelberg university, Germany.
\"Cosmology of Bekenstein-Sanders theory of modified gravity\", Universite d\'Orsay, France.
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