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Mark Trodden

1997-2000 Physics Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
 2000-2009 Physics Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
 2009- Physics University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
cosmology, particle physics
"Mark Trodden"

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Robert H. Brandenberger grad student 1996 Brown
 (Topological defects and electroweak baryogenesis.)
Glenn D. Starkman post-doc Case Western


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Antonio De Felice grad student 2005 Syracuse
Melinda M. Andrews grad student 2014 Penn
Garrett Goon grad student 2014 Penn
Theresa Baker post-doc Penn
Vinicius Miranda post-doc Penn
Adam Solomon post-doc 2015-2018 Penn
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Sakstein J, Trodden M. (2020) Early Dark Energy from Massive Neutrinos as a Natural Resolution of the Hubble Tension. Physical Review Letters. 124: 161301
Carrillo González M, Trodden M. (2020) Erratum: Field theories and fluids for an interacting dark sector [Phys. Rev. D 97 , 043508 (2018)] Physical Review D. 101
Liang Q, Trodden M, Sakstein J. (2019) Baryogenesis via gravitational spontaneous symmetry breaking Physical Review D. 100
Hertzberg MP, Sandora M, Trodden M. (2019) Quantum fine-tuning in stringy quintessence models Physics Letters B. 797: 134878
Goon G, Hinterbichler K, Joyce A, et al. (2019) Shapes of gravity: tensor non-Gaussianity and massive spin-2 fields Journal of High Energy Physics. 2019
Sakstein J, Trodden M. (2018) Oscillons in higher-derivative effective field theories Physical Review D. 98
Baker T, Clampitt J, Jain B, et al. (2018) Void lensing as a test of gravity Physical Review D. 98
Miranda V, González MC, Krause E, et al. (2018) Finding structure in the dark: Coupled dark energy, weak lensing, and the mildly nonlinear regime Physical Review D. 97
Carrillo González M, Trodden M. (2018) Field theories and fluids for an interacting dark sector Physical Review D. 97
Solomon AR, Trodden M. (2018) Higher-derivative operators and effective field theory for general scalar-tensor theories Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2018: 031-031
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