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Author Nobel Symposium (109th : 1998 : Enköping, Sweden)

Title Particle physics and the universe : proceedings of Nobel Symposium 109 : Haga Slott, Enköping, Sweden, August 20-25, 1998 / editors, L. Bergström, P. Carlson, C. Fransson
Published Stockholm, Sweden : Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences ; Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, ©2001


Description 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
Series Physica scripta ; v. T85
Physica scripta (Stockholm, Sweden : 1982) ; v. T85.
Contents Remembering David N. Schramm / Michael S. Turner -- Review of big bang nucleosynthesis and primordial abundances / David Tytler [and others] -- Cosmology with clusters of galaxies / Neta A. Bahcall -- Determination of cosmological parameters / Wendy L Freedman -- The acceleration of the universe: measurements of cosmological parameters from Type Ia supernovae / A. Goobar [and others] -- Bias is complicated / Max Tegmark and Benjamin C. Bromley -- Solar neutrinos: an overview / J.N. Bahcall -- Radiochemical solar neutrino experiments and implications / T.A. Kirsten -- Evidence for neutrino oscillation observed in Super-Kamiokande / Y. Totsuka -- Neutrino oscillations / Eligio Lisi -- Primary cosmic rays, antiprotons and atmospheric neutrinos / T.K. Gaisser -- High energy cosmic neutrinos / Steven W. Barwick -- High energy cosmic-rays and neutrinos from cosmological gamma-ray burst fireballs / EliWaxman -- Supernova neutrinos / Adam Burrows and Timothy Young -- From the cosmological microwave background to large-scale structure / Joseph Silk and Eric Gawiser -- Discovery of the cosmic microwave background / D.T. Wilkinson and P.J.E. Peebles -- Extracting cosmology from the cosmic microwave background radiation / David N. Spergel -- Imaging the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect / J.E. Carlstrom [and others] -- Starlight in the universe / Piero Madau -- The development of large scale cosmic structure: a theoretician's approach / Jeremiah P. Ostriker -- Inflationary cosmology / Andrei Linde -- Quintessence and the missing energy problem / Paul J. Steinhardt -- Ultra high energy cosmic rays -- an enigma / A.A. Watson -- Acceleration of ultra high energy cosmic rays / R.D. Blandford -- Particle astrophysics with high energy photons / T.C. Weekes -- Dark matter and dark energy in the universe / Michael S. Turner -- Particle candidates for dark matter / John Ellis -- Early-universe issues: seeds of perturbations and birth of dark matter / Edward W. Kolb -- String cosmology and the beginning-of-time myth / G. Veneziano -- A search for galactic dark matter / M. Spiro, Eric Aubourg and Nathalie Palanque-Delabrouille -- Dark matter tomography / J.A. Tyson -- Status of models for gamma ray bursts / Martin J. Rees
Summary It is generally felt in the cosmology and particle astrophysics community that we have just entered an era which later can only be looked back upon as a golden age. Thanks to the rapid technical development, with powerful new telescopes and other detectors taken into operation at an impressive rate, and the accompanying advancement of theoretical ideas, the picture of the past, present and future Universe is getting ever clearer. Some of the most exciting new findings and expected future developments are discussed in this valuable volume. The topics covered include the physics of the early Universe and ultra-high energy processes. Emphasis is also put on neutrino physics and astrophysics, with the evidence for non-zero neutrino masses emerging from both solar neutrinos and atmospheric neutrinos covered in great depth. Another field with interesting new results concerns the basic cosmological parameters, where both traditional methods and the potential of new ones, like deep supernova surveys and acoustic peak detections in the cosmic microwave background, are thoroughly discussed. Various aspects of the dark matter problem, such as gravitational lensing estimates of galaxy masses, cluster evolution and hot cluster electron distortions of the thermal microwave background spectrum, are also discussed, as are particle physics candidates of dark matter and methods to detect them. Cosmic rays of matter and antimatter are included as a topic, and so is the problem of the enigmatic dark energy of the vacuum
Notes "Recognized by the European Physical Society."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Particles (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses
Cosmology -- Congresses
Nuclear astrophysics -- Congresses
SCIENCE -- Cosmology.
Nuclear astrophysics.
Particles (Nuclear physics)
Rayonnement cosmique -- Congrès.
Sursauts gamma -- Congrès.
Antiprotons -- Congrès.
Astrophysique nucléaire -- Congrès.
Matière sombre (astronomie) -- Congrès.
Astrophysique des neutrinos -- Congrès.
Supercordes (physique nucléaire) -- Congrès.
Univers -- Expansion -- Congrès.
Neutrinos solaires -- Congrès.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Bergström, L. (Lars), editor.
Carlson, Per, editor.
Fransson, C. (Claes), editor.
Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien, issuing body.
ISBN 9789812810434