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Cosmology and fundamental physics with the Euclid satellite

- L. Amendola, S. Appleby,
+68 authors T. Zlosnik - PhysicsLiving reviews in relativity
- 1 June 2016

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Cosmology and Fundamental Physics with the Euclid Satellite

- L. Amendola, S. Appleby,
+60 authors T. Zlosnik - PhysicsLiving reviews in relativity
- 6 June 2012

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Large scale structure in Bekenstein's theory of relativistic modified Newtonian dynamics.

- C. Skordis, D. Mota, P. Ferreira, C. Boehm
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 26 May 2005

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In the realm of the Hubble tension—a review of solutions * * In honor of the seminal work by E Hubble [1]

- E. Di Valentino, O. Mena,
+6 authors J. Silk - PhysicsClassical and Quantum Gravity
- 1 March 2021

The simplest ΛCDM model provides a good fit to a large span of cosmological data but harbors large areas of phenomenology and ignorance. With the improvement of the number and the accuracy of… Expand

Evading equivalence principle violations, cosmological, and other experimental constraints in scalar field theories with a strong coupling to matter

We show that, as a result of nonlinear self-interactions, it is feasible, at least in light of the bounds coming from terrestrial tests of gravity, measurements of the Casimir force and those… Expand

Cosmological constraints on f(R) gravity theories within the Palatini approach

- Morad Amarzguioui, O. Elgaroy, D. Mota, T. Multamaki
- Physics
- 18 October 2005

We investigate f(R) theories of gravity within the Palatini approach and show how one can determine the expansion history, H(a), for an arbitrary choice of f(R). As an example, we consider… Expand

Cosmology and Astrophysical Constraints of Gauss-Bonnet Dark Energy

- T. Koivisto, D. Mota
- Physics
- 4 June 2006

STRUCTURE FORMATION IN THE SYMMETRON MODEL

- A. Davis, Baojiu Li, D. Mota, H. Winther
- Physics
- 15 August 2011

Scalar fields, strongly coupled to matter, can be present in nature and still be invisible to local experiments if they are subject to a screening mechanism. The symmetron is one such mechanism that… Expand

Accelerating Cosmologies with an Anisotropic Equation of State: Vector Fields, Modified Gravity and Astrophysical Constraints

- T. Koivisto, D. Mota
- Physics
- 2 July 2007

We investigate cosmologies where the accelerated expansion of the Universe is driven by a field with an anisotropic equation of state. We model such scenarios within the Bianchi I framework,… Expand

Dark spinor models in gravitation and cosmology

- C. Böhmer, James C. Burnett, D. Mota, D. Shaw
- Physics, Mathematics
- 19 March 2010

We introduce and carefully define an entire class of field theories based on non-standard spinors. Their dominant interaction is via the gravitational field which makes them naturally dark; we refer… Expand

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