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Marina Cortês
Researcher

Email
mvcortes@fc.ul.pt

Biographic Notes
Marina CortÍs is a researcher at IA. She was awarded a first degree in Physics by the University of Lisbon in 2005 and a PhD by the University of Sussex in 2008. She is a member of IA since 2016.

Her current research interests focus on fundamental nature of time and the role of causality in cosmology. She also has considerable experience in both theoretical and observational cosmology, having worked in the SDSS-III BOSS survey and the BigBOSS (now DESI) projects, and being an expert in constraining inflationary cosmologies using cosmological data including cosmic microwave background anisotropies.

Lastest publications at IAE. Cohen, M. CortÍs, A. Elitzur, L. Smolin, 2020,
Realism and causality. II. Retrocausality in energetic causal sets,
Physical Review D, 102
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E. Cohen, M. CortÍs, A. Elitzur, L. Smolin, 2020,
Realism and causality. I. Pilot wave and retrocausal models as possible facilitators,
Physical Review D, 102
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S. Alexander, M. CortÍs, A. R. Liddle, J. Magueijo, R. Sims, L. Smolin, 2019,
Zero-parameter extension of general relativity with a varying cosmological constant,
Physical Review D, 100
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S. Alexander, M. CortÍs, A. R. Liddle, J. Magueijo, R. Sims, L. Smolin, 2019,
Cosmology of minimal varying Lambda theories,
Physical Review D, 100
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M. CortÍs, A. R. Liddle, L. Smolin, 2016,
Cosmological signatures of time-asymmetric gravity,
Physical Review D, 94
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C. T. Byrnes, M. CortÍs, A. R. Liddle, 2016,
Curvaton scenarios with inflaton decays into curvatons,
Physical Review D, 94
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Marina Cortês
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia COMPETE 2020 PORTUGAL 2020 União Europeia