Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Calcagni, Gianluca Kuroyanagi, Sachiko Marsat, Sylvain Sakellariadou, Mairi Tamanini, Nicola Tasinato, Gianmassimo

Dimensional flow, the scale dependence of the dimensionality of spacetime, is a feature shared by many theories of quantum gravity (QG). We present the first study of the consequences of QG dimensional flow for the luminosity distance scaling of gravitational waves in the frequency ranges of LIGO and LISA. We find generic modifications with respect...

Gorji, Mohammad Ali Mukohyama, Shinji Firouzjahi, Hassan

It is well known that the standard scalar field mimetic cosmology provides a dark matter-like energy density component. Considering $SU(2)$ gauge symmetry, we study the gauge field extension of the mimetic scenario in spatially flat and curved FLRW spacetimes. Because of the mimetic constraint, the standard Yang-Mills term plays the role of the cos...

Georgoudis, P.E.

The Interacting Boson Model of nuclear structure is introduced to the unitarity limit. Non relativistic conformal symmetry creates a scale invariant state from which the stationary states of atomic nuclei are obtained. A brief discussion of the nature of the conformal field theory is included along with the BCS-BEC crossover and hydrodynamic proper...

Georgoudis, P.E.

The Interacting Boson Model of nuclear structure is introduced to the unitarity limit. Non relativistic conformal symmetry creates a scale invariant state from which the stationary states of atomic nuclei are obtained. A brief discussion of the nature of the conformal field theory is included along with the BCS-BEC crossover and hydrodynamic proper...