## 2,493 Citations

### Analytical considerations about the cosmological constant and dark energy

- Physics
- 2009

The accelerated expansion of the universe has now been confirmed by several independent observations including those of high redshift type Ia supernovae, and the cosmic microwave background combined…

### The Cosmological Constant Problem and Running Vacuum in the Expanding Universe

- Physics
- 2022

. It is well-known that quantum ﬁeld theory (QFT) induces a huge value of the cosmological constant, Λ, which is outrageously inconsistent with cosmological observations. We review here some aspects…

### The Cosmological constant problem

- Physics
- 2004

Observational evidence seems to indicate that the expansion of the universe is currently accelerating. Such an acceleration strongly suggests that the content of the universe is dominated by a…

### Dark energy and gravity

- Physics
- 2008

I review the problem of dark energy focussing on cosmological constant as the candidate and discuss what it tells us regarding the nature of gravity. Section 1 briefly overviews the currently popular…

### Evolution of the cosmological constant in effective gravity

- Physics
- 2003

In contrast to the phenomenon of nullification of the cosmological constant in equilibrium vacuum, which is the general property of any quantum vacuum, there are many options in modifying the…

### The cosmological constant problem and running vacuum in the expanding universe

- PhysicsPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A
- 2022

It is well known that quantum field theory (QFT) induces a huge value of the cosmological constant (CC), Λ, which is outrageously inconsistent with cosmological observations. We review here some…

### Cosmological constant and vacuum energy: old and new ideas

- Physics
- 2013

The cosmological constant (CC) term in Einstein's equations, Λ, was first associated to the idea of vacuum energy density. Notwithstanding, it is well-known that there is a huge, in fact appalling,…

### Cosmological Constant from the Emergent Gravity Perspective

- Physics
- 2014

Observations indicate that our universe is characterized by a late-time accelerating phase, possibly driven by a cosmological constant $\Lambda$, with the dimensionless parameter $\Lambda L_P^2…

### Finite temperature contributions to cosmological constant

- PhysicsInternational Journal of Modern Physics A
- 2022

We reexamine the cosmological constant problem in a ﬁnite temperature setup and propose an intriguing possibility of carrying out perturbative analysis by employing a renormalization scheme in which…

### Cosmological implications and structure formation from a time varying vacuum

- Physics
- 2009

ABSTRACT We study the dynamics of the FLRW ﬂat cosmological models in which thevacuum energy varies with time, Λ(t). In this model we ﬁnd that the maincosmological functions such as the scale factor…

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We present spectral and photometric observations of 10 Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) in the redshift range 0.16 ≤ z ≤ 0.62. The luminosity distances of these objects are determined by methods that…

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▪ Abstract This review takes a critical look at the cosmological scenario at the turn of the century by examining the available cosmological models in the light of the present observational evidence.…

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### The Cosmological Constant and Dark Energy

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Physics invites the idea that space contains energy whose gravitational effect approximates that of Einstein's cosmological constant, Lambda: nowadays the concept is termed dark energy or…

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- Physics
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Some properties of the world are fixed by physics derived from mathematical symmetries, while others are selected from an ensemble of possibilities. Several successes and failures of ‘‘anthropic’’…