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Introduction Introduction

From the beginning of the establishment of the department of physics in 1967, the department tried to conform all the educational programs to creditable departments of physics around the world. We see that the number of graduate students published theses in international journals exceed one hundred. The faculty include leaders in major areas of physics in Iran. Today more than 350 undergraduates and 250 plus graduate students are being supervised by 31 faculty members, sometimes invited professors from inside or outside of the country.

Department Colloquium Department Colloquium

Department Colloquium 09/02/1397(29/04/2018)

چرا باید زلزله شناسی بدانیم؟
دکتر عبدالرضا قدس، دانشکده علوم زمین، دانشگاه تحصیلات تکمیلی علوم پایه زنجان
يکشنبه 9 اردیبهشت ماه 1397، ساعت 13:30 - 14:30

Department Colloquium 02/02/1397(22/04/2018)

اندازه شناسی و سیر نحول و بازتعریف SI
دکتر خسرو معدنی پور
يکشنبه 2 اردیبهشت ماه 1397، ساعت 13:30 - 14:30

Department Colloquium 26/01/1397(15/04/2018)

Local temperature Ansatz: A novel quantum entanglement based approach for solving strongly correlated systems
دکتر ابوالحسن واعظی
يکشنبه 26 فروردین ماه 1397 ساعت 13:30 - 14:30...

Department Colloquium 13/12/1396(04/03/2018)

خاستگاه دانشگاه و رویکرد دولت و جامعه به آن
دکتر فیروز آرش
يکشنبه 13 اسفند ماه 1396 ساعت 13:30 - 14:30

Weekly seminars Weekly seminars


Sharif University of Technology - Weekly Cosmology Seminar ( Sunday- 9 April 2017 - 20 Farvardin 1396)

دانشکده فیزیک دانشگاه صنعتی شریف


سمینار هفتگی گروه کیهان شناسی


 Energy-Momentum squared gravity (EMSG)

محمود روشن  (گروه فیزیک دانشکده علوم دانشگاه فردوسی مشهد)



In this talk I review a covariant generalization of Einstein's general relativity which allows the existence of a term proportional to T_{\alpha\beta} T^{\alpha\beta} in the action functional of the theory ( T_{\alpha\beta} is the energy-momentum tensor). This simple generalization leads to interesting consequences in the early universe. Applying this theory to a homogeneous and isotropic spacetime, we find that there is a maximum energy density ρ_{max}, and correspondingly a minimum length a_{min}, in the thermal history of the universe. This means that there is a bounce at early times, and this theory avoids the existence of an early-time singularity. Also I review the possible consequences of this theory in the dynamics of compact objects like Neutron stars. More specifically I discuss the mass-radius relation for Neutron stars in this model.

The talk is based on the following paper:Roshan and Shojai PRD 2016: 10.1103/PhysRevD.94.044002



یکشنبه 20 فروردین ماه 1396، ساعت 15:00

    دانشکده فیزیک، طبقه اول کلاس فیزیک 3



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