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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

I am currently a postdoc in Cambridge, with a Stephen Hawking fellowship.

My research interests range from string phenomenology to the physics of the early Universe.

I am a collaborator of the GRChombo project: I am currently using this code to simulate preheating in the early Universe.

I launched along with a few collaborators the UHF-GW initiative, for the development of ultra-high-frequency gravitational wave science, see our webpage.

You can find my publications at this link.

I've recently written a popular article for The Conversation about gravitational waves from the early Universe.

Publications

Light higgsino dark matter from non-thermal cosmology
L Aparicio, M Cicoli, B Dutta, F Muia, F Quevedo
– Journal of High Energy Physics
(2016)
2016,
38
Non-thermal CMSSM with a 125 GeV Higgs
L Aparicio, M Cicoli, B Dutta, S Krippendorf, A Maharana, F Muia, F Quevedo
– Journal of High Energy Physics
(2015)
2015,
98
Sequestered de Sitter string scenarios: soft-terms
L Aparicio, M Cicoli, S Krippendorf, A Maharana, F Muia, F Quevedo
– Journal of High Energy Physics
(2014)
2014,
71
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Research Group

Centre for Theoretical Cosmology

Room

B0.33