Dr B Bose
Benjamin is a member of the following School research institute:
I was lucky enough to be awarded a 4 year Stephen Hawking fellowship which allows me to pursue my own research interests, but also embark on a number of non-research adventures such as writing a children's book and building a website (both in development!).
My research focusses on what the structure of matter in the Universe can tell us about gravity and how it works at large scales, but more, if it can offer clues on how to solve one of the biggest problems in physics - the cosmological constant problem.
You can find my research works here.
Outside research I enjoy bouldering, swimming, yoga and more than a bit of sleeping.
- Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP), 2023, 6, p. 1-43
- Fast and accurate predictions of the nonlinear matter power spectrum for general models of Dark Energy and Modified Gravity DOI, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 519, 3, p. 4780-4800
- Universe, 9, 2, p. 1-45
- DEMNUni: comparing nonlinear power spectra prescriptions in the presence of massive neutrinos and dynamical dark energy DOI, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP), 11, p. 1-32