IPM mini-workshop on Early Universe Cosmology
Primordial density perturbations as probes of fundamental physics
Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences
June 23th, 2019
Early Universe cosmology is an active area of research. Primordial inflation has emerged as the leading paradigm for early Universe cosmology which is supported by numerous cosmological observations in past two decades. In this mini-workshop various aspects of primordial density perturbations and their implications to probe mechanisms of high energy physics relevant in early Universe are studied.
Primordial non Gaussianities, primordial standard clocks, quasi-single field inflation/cosmological collider physics