Glenn Starkman
Glenn Starkman
Distinguished University Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Case Western Reserve University
Verified email at case.edu
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CMB-S4 science book
KN Abazajian, P Adshead, Z Ahmed, SW Allen, D Alonso, KS Arnold, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.02743, 2016
6652016
Is the low-ℓ microwave background cosmic?
DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman, D Huterer, CJ Copi
Physical Review Letters 93 (22), 221301, 2004
5092004
Probing Newton’s constant on vast scales: Dvali-Gabadadze-Porrati gravity, cosmic acceleration, and large scale structure
A Lue, R Scoccimarro, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 69 (12), 124015, 2004
3992004
Multipole vectors: A new representation of the CMB sky and evidence for statistical anisotropy or non-Gaussianity at 2⩽ l⩽ 8
CJ Copi, D Huterer, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 70 (4), 043515, 2004
3682004
Parametrization of dark-energy properties: A principal-component approach
D Huterer, G Starkman
Physical Review Letters 90 (3), 031301, 2003
3522003
Systematic SO (10) operator analysis for fermion masses
G Anderson, S Dimopoulos, LJ Hall, S Raby, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 49 (7), 3660, 1994
3521994
Beyond ΛCDM: Problems, solutions, and the road ahead
P Bull, Y Akrami, J Adamek, T Baker, E Bellini, JB Jimenez, E Bentivegna, ...
Physics of the Dark Universe 12, 56-99, 2016
3372016
Circles in the sky: finding topology with the microwave background radiation
NJ Cornish, DN Spergel, GD Starkman
Classical and Quantum Gravity 15 (9), 2657, 1998
3281998
On the large-angle anomalies of the microwave sky
CJ Copi, D Huterer, DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 367 (1), 79-102, 2006
3162006
Modifying gravity with the aether: An alternative to dark matter
TG Zlosnik, PG Ferreira, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 75 (4), 044017, 2007
3102007
Uncorrelated universe: statistical anisotropy and the vanishing angular correlation function in WMAP years 1–3
CJ Copi, D Huterer, DJ Schwarz, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 75 (2), 023507, 2007
3092007
Opening the window on strongly interacting dark matter
GD Starkman, A Gould, R Esmailzadeh, S Dimopoulos
Physical Review D 41 (12), 3594, 1990
2911990
Constraining the Topology of the Universe
NJ Cornish, DN Spergel, GD Starkman, E Komatsu
Physical Review Letters 92 (20), 201302, 2004
2832004
Differentiating between modified gravity and dark energy
A Lue, R Scoccimarro, G Starkman
Physical Review D 69 (4), 044005, 2004
2762004
BlackMax: A black-hole event generator with rotation, recoil, split branes, and brane tension
DC Dai, G Starkman, D Stojkovic, C Issever, E Rizvi, J Tseng
Physical Review D 77 (7), 076007, 2008
2672008
Gravitational leakage into extra dimensions: Probing dark energy using local gravity
A Lue, G Starkman
Physical Review D 67 (6), 064002, 2003
2522003
Getting a charge out of dark matter
S Dimopoulos, D Eichler, R Esmailzadeh, GD Starkman
Physical Review D 41 (8), 2388, 1990
2341990
Compact hyperbolic extra dimensions: branes, Kaluza-Klein modes, and cosmology
N Kaloper, J March-Russell, GD Starkman, M Trodden
Physical Review Letters 85 (5), 928, 2000
2332000
Is the universe closed by baryons? Nucleosynthesis with a late-decaying massive particle
S Dimopoulos, R Esmailzadeh, LJ Hall, GD Starkman
The Astrophysical Journal 330, 545-568, 1988
2331988
CMB anomalies after Planck
DJ Schwarz, CJ Copi, D Huterer, GD Starkman
Classical and Quantum Gravity 33 (18), 184001, 2016
2302016
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