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Prof
Ewan D. Stewart
Address
High Energy Physics Group
Department of Physics, KAIST
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu
Daejeon 34141, South Korea
Email
prof ατ profstewart.org

Cosmology Lab

Office
3311, Physics Wing, Natural Science Building
Phone
+82-42-350-2582

Teaching

Research interests

Curriculum vitae

2009/03 - present Professor, KAIST
2002/03 - 2009/02 Associate Professor, KAIST
1999/09 - 2002/02 Assistant Professor, KAIST
1997/08 - 1999/07 Research Associate, Theoretical Astrophysics, Fermilab
1995/10 - 1997/07 JSPS Fellowship at RESCEU, Tokyo University
1994/10 - 1995/09 Royal Society Fellowship at Lancaster University
1992/10 - 1994/09 JSPS Fellowship at Kyoto University
1988/10 - 1992/09 Ph.D. in Physics at Lancaster University
1987/10 - 1988/06 Part III Mathematics at Cambridge University (fail)
1984/10 - 1987/06 B.A. in Mathematics at Cambridge University

Selected recent papers

Effects of thermal inflation on small scale density perturbations
Sungwook E Hong, Hyung-Joo Lee, Young Jae Lee, Ewan D Stewart, Heeseung Zoe
arXiv:1503.08938 [astro-ph]
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 06 (2015) 002
A minimal supersymmetric cosmological model
Ewan D Stewart
YKIS 2010 Proceedings 50-61 (2011)
Progress Theoretical Physics Supplement 190 (2011) 50-61
Thermal inflation, baryogenesis and axions
Seongcheol Kim, Wan-Il Park, Ewan D Stewart
arXiv:0807.3607 [hep-ph]
Journal of High Energy Physics 0901015 (2009)
Thermal inflation and the gravitational wave background
Richard Easther, John T Giblin, Eugene A Lim, Wan-Il Park, Ewan D Stewart
arXiv:0801.4197 [astro-ph]
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 0805013 (2008)
Preheating and Affleck-Dine leptogenesis after thermal inflation
Gary N Felder, Hyunbyuk Kim, Wan-Il Park, Ewan D Stewart
arXiv:hep-ph/0703275
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 0706005 (2007)
Modular cosmology, thermal inflation, baryogenesis and a prediction for particle accelerators
Donghui Jeong, Kenji Kadota, Wan-Il Park, Ewan D Stewart
arXiv:hep-ph/0406136
Journal of High Energy Physics 0411046 (2004)

Selected recent talks

A minimal supersymmetric cosmological model
Beyond 2010, Cape Town (2010)
The origin of matter
Physics Colloquium, KAIST (2009)
A minimal supersymmetric cosmological model
Prometeo I: LHC Physics and Cosmology, University of Valencia (2009)
Anthropic selection
Cosmo 2000 Proceedings 147-152 (2001)

Full list of papers

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