José Alberto Vázquez González

Instituto de Ciencias Físicas

Investigador

Física teórica y computacional



Email:
javazquez@icf.unam.mx

Página personal:
http://www.cosmo.bnl.gov/www/jvazquez/

Conmutador:
(777) 329-17-77

Artículos en revistas con arbitraje indizadas en el ISI

1.-  Título: Anisotropic massive Brans-Dicke gravity extension of standard ΛCDM model   Autores: Ozgur Akarsu, Nihan Katirci, Nese Ozdemir, J. Alberto Vazquez    Revista: --   Volumen: --   Paginas: --   Fecha de revisión:  27 de septiembre del 2019    Estatus: ENVIADO Liga a la publicación

2.-  Título: Cosmological parameter inference with Bayesian statistics   Autores: Luis E. Padilla, Luis O. Tellez, Luis A. Escamilla, J. Alberto Vazquez   Revista: --   Volumen: --   Paginas: --   Fecha de enviado: 26 de marzo del 2019    Estatus: ENVIADO Liga a la publicación

3.-  Título: Fourier-series expansion of the dark-energy equation of state   Autores: David Tamayo, J Alberto Vazquez   Revista: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society     Volumen: 487   Paginas: 729-736   Fecha de publicación: 29 de mayo del 2019   Estatus: PUBLICADO   Liga a la publicación

4.-  Título: Screening   Λ  in a new modified gravity model   Autores: Ozgür Akarsu, John D. Barrow, Charles V. R. BoardN. Merve UzunJ. Alberto Vazquez   Revista: The European Physical Journal C   Volumen: 79   Paginas: 846   Fecha de publicación: 01 de Octubre 2019   Estatus: PUBLICADO   Liga a la publicación

5.-  Titulo: A simple supergravity model of inflation constrained with Planck 2018 data. Autores: Gabriel Germán, Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Francisco X. Linares Cedeño, Ariadna Montiel, J. Alberto Vázquez   Revista: --   Volumen: --   Páginas: --   Fecha de Enviado: 2019/09/04   Estatus: ENVIADO   Liga a la publicación

6.- J. Alberto Vázquez, Luis E. Padilla, Tonatiuh Matos. Inflationary Cosmology: From Theory to Observations. Revista Mexicana de Física.

7.- Título: Scalar field dark matter spectator during inflation: the effect of self-interaction

Autores: Luis E. Padilla, J. Alberto Vázquez, Tonatiuh Matos and Gabriel Germán

Revista: IOPSCIENCE

Volumen: 2019

Paginas: 056

Fecha de publicación: 30 de mayo del 2019

Estatus: PUBLICADO Liga a la publicación

8.- J. Alberto Vázquez, S. Hee, M.P. Hobson, A.N. Lasenby, M. Ibison and M. Bridges. Observational constraints on conformal time symmetry, missing matter and double dark energy.

Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2018,  07, 062,  2018. Liga a la publicación

9.- Graham G. Ross, Gabriel German, J. Alberto Vazquez. Hybrid Natural Inflation. Jan 13, 2016. 16 pp. Published in JHEP 1605 (2016) 010 e-Print: arXiv:1601.03221 [astro-ph.CO]. Liga a la publicación

Divulgación o educación

1.- Alejandro Prieto de los Monteros, J. Alberto Vazquez. Astrobiologia: origen de la vida en el Planeta Tierra. El Faro- UNAM.

I started my career as a theoretical cosmologist and slowly moving to statistics, astrophysics and data analysis. I am a post-doctoral research associate at the Brookhaven National Lab (BNL), working in collaboration with Dr. Anze Slosar, and part of the Lyman-α forest and Galaxy group as member of the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey ( BOSS - eBOSS ) of the SDSS . I received my Ph.D at the University of Cambridge, where I was part of the Cavendish astrophysics group and the Kavli Institute for Cosmology. I was advised by Prof. Anthony Lasenby and Prof. Mike Hobson.

My current research focuses on Data analysis of the Lyman-α forest observed through BOSS; on the parameter estimation and model selection of different Dark Energy and Inflationary models. In the past, I also worked with dynamical systems in cosmology and scalar fields as the main candidates of being the Dark matter of the Universe. A more detailed description of my research can be found here.

I received my Bs.C. from the Autonomous University of Morelos (UAEM), and then the Ms.C. from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute (CINVESTAV), where I was advised by Prof. Tonatiuh Matos . I also spent three months as a short-term research visitor, working in the Numerical Relativity group at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat, Jena. After that, I moved to Cambridge in order to take the Part III of the Mathematical Tripos leading to a MASt (Master of Advanced Study) degree.