Special Issue "Beyond the Standard Models of Physics and Cosmology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2022.
2. Virtual Institute of Astroparticle Physics, Universite 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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Physics beyond the standard models (BSM) provides the physical basis of the new standard models of the inflationary Universe with baryosynthesis, dark matter/energy. The models of BSM predict new particles and fields that lead to experimental physical effects, as well as observable astrophysical and cosmological effects. The models of BSM physics and the nontrivial features of their indirect physical, cosmological, and astrophysical effects are the subject of the present Special Issue. Such features involve, but are not limited to, a wide range of models of the BSM physics, their impact on the evolution of the very early Universe and their observational signatures in the modern Unvierse, direct and indirect probes for the physics of dark matter, as well as experimental collider and non-accelerator effects of new physics.
The purpose of the 2020 issue of the Bled Workshop series "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. The 2020 issue of the Bled Workshop series 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. In our Special Issue we also plan to provide a platform for the debuts of young scientists in their studies in particle physics and cosmology beyond the standard models.
Prof. Dr. Maxim Yu. Khlopov
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- cosmoparticle physics
- cosmology and particle physics
- physics of dark matter and the early Universe
- physics beyond the standard models