Special Issue "Beyond the Standard Models in Particle Physics and Cosmology"
A special issue of Particles (ISSN 2571-712X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2020).
2. Virtual Institute of Astroparticle Physics, Universit ́e de Paris, CNRS, Astroparticule et Cosmologie, F-75013 Paris, France
3. Institute of Physics, Southern Federal University, 344006 Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Interests: cosmoparticle physics; cosmology and particle physics; physics of dark matter and the early universe; physics beyond the standard model
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Studies beyond the standard model (BSM) of particle physics is the mainstream of current scientific research.
BSM physics is the widely established basis of modern cosmology and thus is a popular topic in practically all conferences on particle physics and cosmology.
The purpose of the Bled Workshops "What comes beyond the Standard models?" is not only to present new results on this subject but also to clarify all the points in extensive non-formal discussions. XXII Bled Workshop "What comes beyond the Standard models?" extends the platform for such discussions to the present Special Issue, inviting not only authors of the selected presentations at this workshop but also any other interested contributors. Special support for scientific debuts in this field is another important feature of the present issue, inviting MSc and Ph.D. students to make their first steps in research in this exciting field of science. The best contributions will receive the Particles Scientific debut award that will authors to attend and participate in the next workshop.
Prof. Dr. Maxim Yu. Khlopov
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