Glenn Starkman
Glenn Starkman
Distinguished University Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Case Western Reserve University
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CMB-S4 science book
KN Abazajian, P Adshead, Z Ahmed, SW Allen, D Alonso, KS Arnold, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.02743, 2016
Cosmology intertwined: A review of the particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology associated with the cosmological tensions and anomalies
E Abdalla, GF Abellán, A Aboubrahim, A Agnello, Ö Akarsu, Y Akrami, ...
Journal of High Energy Astrophysics 34, 49-211, 2022
Beyond ΛCDM: Problems, solutions, and the road ahead
P Bull, Y Akrami, J Adamek, T Baker, E Bellini, JB Jimenez, E Bentivegna, ...
Physics of the Dark Universe 12, 56-99, 2016
Is the low-ℓ microwave background cosmic?
DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman, D Huterer, CJ Copi
Physical Review Letters 93 (22), 221301, 2004
Probing Newton’s constant on vast scales: Dvali-Gabadadze-Porrati gravity, cosmic acceleration, and large scale structure
A Lue, R Scoccimarro, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 69 (12), 124015, 2004
Multipole vectors: A new representation of the CMB sky and evidence for statistical anisotropy or non-Gaussianity at 2⩽ l⩽ 8
CJ Copi, D Huterer, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 70 (4), 043515, 2004
CMB anomalies after Planck
DJ Schwarz, CJ Copi, D Huterer, GD Starkman
Classical and Quantum Gravity 33 (18), 184001, 2016
Parametrization of dark-energy properties: A principal-component approach
D Huterer, G Starkman
Physical Review Letters 90 (3), 031301, 2003
Systematic SO (10) operator analysis for fermion masses
G Anderson, S Dimopoulos, LJ Hall, S Raby, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 49 (7), 3660, 1994
The uncorrelated Universe: statistical anisotropy and the vanishing angular correlation function in WMAP years 1-3
CJ Copi, D Huterer, DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman
arXiv preprint astro-ph/0605135, 2006
Circles in the sky: finding topology with the microwave background radiation
NJ Cornish, DN Spergel, GD Starkman
Classical and Quantum Gravity 15 (9), 2657, 1998
Opening the window on strongly interacting dark matter
GD Starkman, A Gould, R Esmailzadeh, S Dimopoulos
Physical Review D 41 (12), 3594, 1990
Modifying gravity with the aether: An alternative to dark matter
TG Zlosnik, PG Ferreira, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 75 (4), 044017, 2007
On the large-angle anomalies of the microwave sky
CJ Copi, D Huterer, DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 367 (1), 79-102, 2006
Constraining the Topology of the Universe
NJ Cornish, DN Spergel, GD Starkman, E Komatsu
Physical Review Letters 92 (20), 201302, 2004
Differentiating between modified gravity and dark energy
A Lue, R Scoccimarro, G Starkman
Physical Review D 69 (4), 044005, 2004
BlackMax: a black-hole event generator with rotation, recoil, split branes, and brane tension
DC Dai, G Starkman, D Stojkovic, C Issever, E Rizvi, J Tseng
Physical Review D 77 (7), 076007, 2008
Gravitational leakage into extra dimensions: Probing dark energy using local gravity
A Lue, G Starkman
Physical Review D 67 (6), 064002, 2003
Large-angle anomalies in the CMB
CJ Copi, D Huterer, DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman
Advances in Astronomy 2010, 2010
Is the universe closed by baryons? Nucleosynthesis with a late-decaying massive particle
S Dimopoulos, R Esmailzadeh, LJ Hall, GD Starkman
Astrophysical Journal, Part 1 (ISSN 0004-637X), vol. 330, July 15, 1988, p …, 1988
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