Biography

My overall area of interest is early universe cosmology, in particular aspects of non-linear cosmological perturbations related to observational cosmology.

Non-Gaussianity (deviations from an exact Gaussian distribution of the primordial density perturbation), gravitational waves (tensor perturbation) and primordial Black holes are three aspects of cosmological perturbation, which bridge between theoretical cosmology and observation.

Their possible detection would help us to identify physical processes at work in the early Universe models. Establishing the early universe model, will able us to give greater clarity to the late universe problems like dark energy.

Research Interests

My overall area of interest is early universe cosmology, in particular aspects of non-linear cosmological perturbations related to observational cosmology.

Non-Gaussianity (deviations from an exact Gaussian distribution of the
primordial density perturbation), gravitational waves (tensor perturbation) and primordial Black holes are three aspects of cosmological perturbation, which bridge between theoretical cosmology and observation.

Their possible detection would help us to identify physical
processes at work in the early Universe models. Establishing the early universe model, will able us to give greater clarity to the late universe problems like dark energy.

I am also intereste on models of early universe inflation such as Stocastic Inflation. In this model we try to have a beter understading of quantum mechanics effect, in early unioverse cosmology.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Space Science and Applications of Physics
  • Waves and Optics
  • Solid State Physics and Detectors
  • Coordination of year three Projects
Watch senior lecturer, Dr Hooshyar Assadullahi talk about studying at Portsmouth

BSc (Hons) Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology at Portsmouth

This site uses cookies. Click here to view our cookie policy message.

Accept and close