Cosmological particle production as Stokes phenomena
- 2021年12月15日13:30 - 15:00 (JST)
- 山田 悠介 (東京大学 大学院理学系研究科附属 ビッグバン宇宙国際研究センター (RESCEU) 学振特別研究員)
- via Zoom
Particle production from “vacuum” takes place in time-dependent backgrounds. In very early universe, particularly just after inflation, expanding metric as well as oscillating scalar fields play the role of such backgrounds. Mathematically, “particle production from vacuum” can be understood as “Stokes phenomena”, and such understanding enables us to estimate the amount of produced particles in a systematic way. In this talk, I will review the relation between Stokes phenomena and particle production. Then, from the Stokes phenomena viewpoint, I will (re)consider particle production associated with expanding universe, an oscillating scalar field, or both of them. I will also discuss the time evolution of particle number, and its relation to the ambiguity of “vacuum states”.
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