Andrew R. Liddle
Liddle is a theoretical cosmologist and is interested in understanding the properties of our Universe and how these relate to fundamental physical laws.
Birth and Education
Andrew Liddle's research is on various aspects of cosmology and astrophysics, and in particular he is interested in the origin and evolution of structure in the Universe, with special focus on models and observational constraints on the inflationary cosmology, physics of the cosmic microwave background, and the use of galaxy clusters as cosmological probes.
His areas of research include:
- The origin and evolution of structure in the Universe
- Models of and observational constraints on the inflationary cosmology
- Physics of the cosmic microwave background
- Dark energy in the Universe.
- An Introduction to Modern Cosmology, 2nd edition ISBN 0-470-84835-9 (pbk), 0-470-84834-0 (hbk),
- Cosmological Inflation and Large Scale Structure, ISBN 0-521-57598-2 (pbk), 0-521-66022-X (hbk),
- The Oxford Companion to Cosmology, ISBN 978-0-19-956084-4 (pbk),
- The Primordial Density Perturbation, ISBN 978-0-521-82849-9 (pbk), 978-0-521-82849-9 (hbk),
- Bayesian Methods in Cosmology, ISBN 9780521887946 (hbk).
Awards and Honors
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