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Signature of supersymmetry in primordial density perturbations

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A large number of ongoing and forthcoming experiments in astrophysics and cosmology are mapping the structures of the entire observable universe. These, among other things, are laying the experimental foundation for the field of “density perturbation phenomenology”. In this talk, I will describe how studying correlation functions in these maps can help us understand the origin of our Universe and probe the fundamental physics such as supersymmetry.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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