Early Universe Constraints from Primordial Black Holes and Cosmological Limits on Quantum Mechanics
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Physical Sciences and Mathematics
In this dissertation we study how to constrain early universe models by their prediction of Primordial Black Hole formation. Furthermore we also explore the possibility that the produced Primordial Black Holes can constitute all or part of the dark matter. Lastly, we present an analysis where we use cosmological data to put limits on a non linear extension of quantum mechanics.
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Georg, Julian Sebastian, "Early Universe Constraints from Primordial Black Holes and Cosmological Limits on Quantum Mechanics" (2018). Dissertations - ALL. 982.