Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy, UCLA
and Senior Scientist, Kavli IPMU, U. of Tokyo, Japan
Click any of the links at right to read more about Alexander Kusenko's research highlights.
UCLA Department of Physics & Astronomy
Mystery of the origin of matter: Conditions in the early universe were biased toward the creation of matter, explaining the existence of nearly everything. Read more.
Higgs boson could explain matter's dominance over antimater: a new theory suggests the Higgs Field varied in the early universe, offering matter a chance to split off from antimatter. Read more.
Viewpoint: Neutron star implosions as heavy element sources: The dramatic scenario in which a compact black hole eats a spinning neutron star from inside might explain a nearby galaxy's unexpectedly high abundance of heavy elements. Read the article.
Conference summary talk: The golden age of astroparticle physics, presented at the TeV Particle Astrophysics (TeVPA 2015), October 26-30, 2015, Japan. View the conference Summary presentation here.
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