Publications


My published papers are listed below in chronological order.

My PhD thesis from the University of Cambridge, Cosmology Beyond Einstein, is available at arXiv:1508.06859. This covers several of the papers below dealing with massive gravity, bimetric gravity, and Einstein-aether theory, along with a comprehensive introduction to these theories and their cosmological solutions.

  • Adam Solomon & Mark Trodden, Higher-derivative operators and effective field theory for general scalar-tensor theories, arXiv:1709.09695
  • Jeremy Sakstein & Adam Solomon, Baryogenesis in Lorentz-violating gravity theories, Physics Letters B, 773, 186 (2017), arXiv:1705.10695
  • Mariana Carrillo González, Ali Masoumi, Adam Solomon, & Mark Trodden, The WKB approximation and tunneling in theories with non-canonical kinetic terms, Physical Review D, in press (2017), arXiv:1703.00909
  • Henrik Nersisyan, Yashar Akrami, Luca Amendola, Tomi Koivisto, Javier Rubio, & Adam Solomon, Instabilities in tensorial nonlocal gravity, Physical Review D, 95, 043539 (2016), arXiv:1610.01799
  • Mariana Carrillo González, Ali Masoumi, Adam Solomon, & Mark Trodden, Solitons in generalized galileon theories, Physical Review D, 94, 125013 (2016), arXiv:1607.05260
  • Marvin Lüben, Yashar Akrami, Luca Amendola, & Adam Solomon, Cosmology with three interacting spin-2 fields, Physical Review D, 94, 043530 (2016), arXiv:1604.04285
  • Philip Bull, Yashar Akrami, et al., Beyond ΛCDM: Problems, solutions, and the road ahead, Phys.Dark Univ. 12 (2016) 56-99, arXiv:1512.05356
  • Yashar Akrami, S.F. Hassan, Frank Könnig, Angnis Schmidt-May, & Adam Solomon, Bimetric gravity is cosmologically viable, Physics Letters B, 748, 37 (2015), arXiv:1503.07521
  • Jonas Enander, Yashar Akrami, Edvard Mörtsell, Malin Renneby, & Adam Solomon, Integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect in massive bigravity, Physical Review D, 91, 084046 (2015), arXiv:1501.02140
  • Adam Solomon, Jonas Enander, Yashar Akrami, Tomi Koivisto, Frank Könnig, & Edvard Mörtsell, Cosmological viability of massive gravity with generalized matter coupling, JCAP 1504 (2015) 027, arXiv:1409.8300
  • Jonas Enander, Adam Solomon, Yashar Akrami, & Edvard Mörtsell, Cosmic expansion histories in massive bigravity with symmetric matter coupling, JCAP 1501 (2015) 006, arXiv:1409.2860
  • Sadra Jazayeri, Yashar Akrami, Hassan Firouzjahi, Adam Solomon, & Yi Wang, Inflationary power asymmetry from primordial domain walls, JCAP 1411 (2014) 044, arXiv:1408.3057
  • Frank Könnig, Yashar Akrami, Luca Amendola, Mariele Motta, & Adam Solomon, Stable and unstable cosmological models in bimetric massive gravity, Physical Review D, 90, 124014 (2014), arXiv:1407.4331
  • Adam Solomon, Yashar Akrami, & Tomi Koivisto, Linear growth of structure in massive bigravity, JCAP 1410 (2014) 066, arXiv:1404.4061
  • Yashar Akrami, Tomi Koivisto, & Adam Solomon, The nature of spacetime in bigravity: two metrics or none?, Gen. Rel. Grav. 47 (2014) 1838,arXiv:1404.0006
  • Adam Solomon & John Barrow, Inflationary instabilities of Einstein-aether cosmology, Physical Review D, 89, 024001 (2014), arXiv:1309.4778
  • Alyson Brooks, Adam Solomon, Fabio Governato, Jacqueline McCleary, Lauren MacArthur, Chris Brook, Patrik Jonsson, Tom Quinn, & James Wadsley, Interpreting the Evolution of the Size – Luminosity Relation for Disk Galaxies from Redshift 1 to the Present, The Astrophysical Journal, 728, 1 (2011), arXiv:1011.0432
  • Kelle Cruz, I. Neill Reid, J. Davy Kirkpatrick, Adam Burgasser, James Liebert, Adam Solomon, Sarah Schmidt, Peter Allen, Suzanne Hawley, & Kevin Covey, Meeting the Cool Neighbors. IX. The Luminosity Function of M7-L8 Ultracool Dwarfs in the Field, The Astronomical Journal, 133, 439 (2007),arXiv:astro-ph/0609648