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My primary research is focused on understanding inflation and the subsequent stage of reheating: the period when the universe first got populated with particles during the hot big bang. I am exploring the rich nonlinear dynamics during reheating, the initial conditions for reheating set up during inflation, and looking for possible observational implications. I am developing numerical methods which take advantage of high performance computing to improve our understanding of the evolution of non-equilibrium field theories. My broader interests include cosmological perturbation theory, solitons and cosmic defects, phase transitions in the early Universe, primordial gravitational waves, primordial black holes, magnetogenesis and baryogenesis.
K. D. Lozanov and M. A. Amin: The charged inflaton and its gauge fields: preheating and initial conditions for reheating, JCAP06(2016)032 [arXiv:1603.05663]
K. D. Lozanov and M. A. Amin: End of inflation, oscillons and matter-antimatter asymmetry, Phys. Rev. D 90, 083528 (2014) [arXiv:1408.1811]