James Edholm

PhD student

Research Overview

I am interested in modified gravity, particularly infinite derivative gravity which can resolve singularities at the centre of black holes.

I have worked on testing modified gravity through data from both laboratory experiments and from the Cosmic Microwave Background, as well as other aspects of the theory.

Newtonian potential and geodesic completeness in infinite derivative gravity
Edholm, J., Conroy, A. 15/08/2017 In: Physical Review D. 96, 4, 7 p.
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UV completion of the Starobinsky model, tensor-to-scalar ratio, and constraints on nonlocality
Edholm, J. 15/02/2017 In: Physical Review D. 95, 4, 7 p.
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Universality of testing ghost-free gravity
Edholm, J., S. Koshelev, A., Mazumdar, A. 15/11/2016 In: Physical Review D. 94, 10, 5 p.
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Generalised boundary terms for higher derivative theories of gravity
Teimouri, A., Talaganis, S., Edholm, J., Mazumdar, A. 24/08/2016 In: Journal of High Energy Physics. 2016, 35 p.
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