Massive Primordial Black Holes from Hybrid Inflation as Dark Matter and the seeds of Galaxies

  title={Massive Primordial Black Holes from Hybrid Inflation as Dark Matter and the seeds of Galaxies},
  author={S'ebastien Clesse and Juan Garc'ia-Bellido},
  journal={Physical Review D},
The work of S. C. is supported by the Return Grant program of the Belgian Science Policy (BELSPO). J. G.-B. acknowledges financial support from the Spanish MINECO under Grants No. FPA 2012-39684-C03-02 and No. FPA 2013-47983-C03-03 and Consolider-Ingenio “Physics of the Accelerating Universe (PAU)” (CSD2007-00060). We also acknowledge the support from the Spanish MINECO’s “Centro de Excelencia Severo Ochoa” Programme under Grant No. SEV-2012-0249 

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