G. Scott Watson
Associate Professor of Physics
- Early universe cosmology and its connection to physics beyond the Standard Model.
- Inflation, Dark matter and Dark Energy.
- String Phenomenology.
- String theory as a quantum theory of gravity.
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|2005||Ph.D. in Physics
|2002||M.S. in Physics
|2000||B.S. in Physics with distinction (magna cum laude)
B.S. in Mathematics with distinction
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
G. Kane and S. Watson, “Dark Matter and LHC: What is the Connection?,” Mod. Phys. Lett. A 23, 2103 (2008).
B. S. Acharya, P. Kumar, K. Bobkov, G. Kane, J. Shao and S. Watson, “Non-thermal Dark Matter and the Moduli Problem in String Frameworks,” JHEP 0806, 064 (2008).
Brian Greene, Simon Judes, Janna Levin, Scott Watson, Amanda Weltman, "Cosmological moduli dynamics", JHEP 0707:060 (2007).
Scott Watson, Malcolm Perry, Gordon Kane, and Fred Adams, "Inflation without Inflatons", JCAP 0711:017 (2007).
T. Battefeld and S. Watson, “String gas cosmology,” Rev. Mod. Phys. 78, 435 (2006).