José Pedro Mimoso is a professor at the Physics Department of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. He was warded a first degree in PHYSICS by the University of LISBON in 1982, Pedagogical and Scientific Habilitation by the University of LISBON in 1988, and a PhD by the University of SUSSEX in 1994. In 2017 he was distinguished as Outstanding Referee by the American Physical Society. He is a member of IA since 2014.
Current research interests focus on Modified Gravity Theories, Gravitational Waves, Inhomogeneous Cosmological Models, and Thermodynamics in Gravitation. In particular he investigates the dynamics of cosmological models and gravitational waves in the framework of Modified Gravity Theories, the interplay between local and global physics in the universe, the characterisation of inhomogeneous structures, the thermodynamical onset of equilibrium and non equilibrium in cosmology, constitutive equations within General Relativity, and the characterisation of gravitational energy and entropy. Plans to work on time domain astronomy with a view to discriminate between cosmological models. He is member of the EUCLID and LISA missions, and he is one of the Portuguese representatives on the Management Committee of the e-COST CANTATA action (CA-15117).
He is Vice President of the Physics Department of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon.
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Lastest publications at IAI. Ayuso, F. S. N. Lobo, J. P. Mimoso, 2021,
Wormhole geometries induced by action-dependent Lagrangian theories,
Physical Review D, 103, 11
>> AbstractE. Barausse, E. Bertin, T. Hertog, S. A. Hughes, P. Jetzer, P. Pani, T. Sotiriou, N. Tamanini, H. Witek, K. Yagi et al. (including: I. Ayuso, T. Barreiro, F. T. O. Cabral, N. Frusciante, F. S. N. Lobo, C. J. A. P. Martins, J. P. Mimoso, N. J. Nunes, D. Rubiera-Garcia, A. C. da Silva, D. Vernieri), 2020,
Prospects for fundamental physics with LISA,
General Relativity and Gravitation, 52, 22
>> AbstractA. Maciel, M. Le Delliou, J. P. Mimoso, 2020,
New perspectives on the TOV equilibrium from a dual null approach,
Classical and Quantum Gravity, 37
>> AbstractF. S. N. Lobo, J. P. Mimoso, M. Visser, 2020,
Cosmographic analysis of redshift drift,
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 2020
>> AbstractI. Ayuso, J. P. Mimoso, N. J. Nunes, 2019,
What if Newton's Gravitational Constant Was Negative?,
>> AbstractA. Maciel, M. Le Delliou, J. P. Mimoso, 2018,
Revisiting the Birkhoff theorem from a dual null point of view,
Physical Review D, 98, 11