, Princeton University
[Host: Peter Arnold]
In this talk, I will focus on cosmologies that replace the big bang with a big bounce. I will explain how, in these scenarios, the large-scale structure of the universe is determined during a contracting phase before the bounce and will describe the recent development of the first well-behaved classical (non-singular) cosmological bounce solutions.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Physics Building, Room 204
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