Dr John McDonald

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Research Interests

My research area is the intersection of particle physics and cosmology, known as particle cosmology or astro-particle physics.

My past and present research interests include:

Dark matter models (thermal relic MSSM neutralino and non-thermal gravitino dark matter, Higgs portal gauge singlet scalar dark matter, RH sneutrino condensate dark matter, alternative thermal production ("freeze-in") mechanisms for MeV and keV dark matter), the cosmology of the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) and its extensions (flat directions, Affleck-Dine baryogenesis and leptogenesis, Q-ball formation and decay, curvatons and right-handed sneutrinos), inflation models (non-minimally coupled scalar inflation ("Higgs Inflation"), sub-Planckian axion inflation, supersymmetric hybrid inflation models, oscillon formation and reheating) and baryogenesis (Affleck-Dine, electroweak, baryon-to-dark matter ratio ("Baryomorphosis")).

My most recent research focuses on the following themes:

(i) Initial conditions for non-minimally coupled inflation

Inflation models based on conventional particle physics theories are possible if there is a non-minimal coupling between the scalar field responsible for inflation and gravity via the Ricci scalar. The resulting models aare in excellent agreement with measurements of the CMB by the Planck satellite, reproducing the observed spectral index within experimental error and consistent with the upper bound on the amount of gravitational waves generated during inflation (the tensor-to-scalar ratio). However, the models are based on a relatively low energy density during inflation with a flat inflaton potential, which does not explain how the inflationary state was produced in the first place. My research has explored two alternative strategies to explaining the smooth state necessary to start inflation (1) via chaotic initial conditions and (ii) via an early contracting Universe era. It was shown that in both cases the necessary modifications of the non-minimally coupled inflation model can produce observable modifications of the spectral index and, in the case of chaotic initial conditions, of the prediction for the tensor-to-scalar ratio.

[Publications: "Chaotic initial conditions for nonminimally coupled inflation via a conformal factor with a zero", Kim, J. & McDonald, J., Physical Review D. 95 (2017), 103501;"Nonminimally coupled inflation with initial conditions from a preinflation anamorphic contracting era", McDonald, J., Physical Review D. 94 (2016), 043514.]

(ii) Dark matter due to Freeze-in via the Higgs portal

"Freeze-in" is a mechanism for the production of dark matter which can have a very low mass and be very weakly interacting with Standard Model particles. It is based on the slow decay of particles which are in thermal equilibrium in the early Universe, such as the Higgs boson, to particles that interact very weakly and so are out of thermal equilibrium. The original freeze-in model was due to the present author: "Thermally-generated Gauge Singlet Scalars as Self-Interacting Dark Matter", McDonald, J. , Physical Review Letters. 88 (2002), 091304.

(1) Clockwork Freeze-In: Freeze-in generally requires dark matter particles which are every weakly-coupled to Standard Model particles, and very light compared to the electroweak mass scale of the Standard Model. This raises the question of why their mass and coupling are so small. A new theoretical development which may be able to explain this is the "clockwork mechanism", which generates very small masses and couplings from a theory in which the non-zero masses and couplings are of a conventional magnitude. My research applied the clockwork mechanism to generate a scalar dark matter particle with very small mass and very small coupling to the Standard Model via the Higgs portal interaction. It was shown that the model can quite naturally generate of the observed dark matter density via freeze-in, and that the model typically predicts a dark matter particle mass of around 1 MeV.

[Publication:``A Clockwork Higgs Portal Model for Freeze-In Dark Matter'', J.Kim and J.McDonald, arXiv:1709.04105 [hep-ph] (Submitted for publication).]

(2) Ultra-Violet Freeze-In: A variation of freeze-in is "Ultra-Violet Freeze-in", where dark matter is generated at the reheating temperature, which is the temperature at which the Universe enters the conventional Hot Big Bang era following inflation. An important question is the form of the momentum distribution of the dark matter. This plays a critical role in the question of whether the resulting matter can play the role of Warm Dark Matter (WDM), a form of dark matter in which the particles move faster than usual and can modify the process of galaxy formation, which appears to fit better with observations of the dark matter halos of galaxies than conventional Cold Dark Matter (CDM). My research considered singlet fermion dark matter particles produced by annihilation of Higgs bosons via the fermionic Higgs portal interaction at the reheating temeprature, and derived their momentum distribution relative to that expected for conventional thermal WDM. It was shown that the mass of the dark matter particle is larger than that predicted for a conventional thermal fermion (5-7 keV compared to 2-3 keV for thermal), while the momentum distribution of the fermion singlets is quite different from that expected for a thermal fermion, being close to that of a thermal boson.

[Publication: "Warm dark matter via ultra-violet freeze-in: reheating temperature and non-thermal distribution for fermionic Higgs portal dark matter", McDonald, J., Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (2016), 035. ]

(iii) Hemispherical asymmetry of the CMB temperature fluctuations

The cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB) is the remnant radiation from the Big Bang. It has a mean temperature T = 2.725 K, on top of which there are temperature fluctuations of magnitude about 1/10000 of the mean temperature. Analysis of the temperature fluctuations observed by NASA's Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) and ESA's Planck satellite have found that there is an asymmetry in the magnitude of the temperature fluctuations observed on one side of the sky compared to the opposite side, with a 12-14% difference. This is known as the Hemispherical Power Asymmetry. It is not expected to exist in conventional cosmology models, which predict a difference of no more than 6%. I proposed unconventional models based on cosmological phase transitions which occur during inflation, which are able to generate an asymmetric scalar field on the scale of the observed Universe. The hope is that this field may be able modulate the CMB temperature fluctuations across the sky, without introducing unwanted features such as a change in the statistics of the microwave fluctuations or a change in the mean CMB temperature.

[Publications: "Isocurvature and Curvaton Perturbations with Red Power Spectrum and Large Hemispherical Asymmetry", arXiv:1305.0525 [astro-ph.CO], JCAP 1307 (2013) 043; "Hemispherical Power Asymmetry from Scale-Dependent Modulated Reheating", arXiv:1309.1122 [astro- ph.CO], JCAP 1311 (2013) 041; "Hemispherical Power Asymmetry from a Space-Dependent Component of the Adiabatic Power Spectrum", arXiv:1403.2076 [astro-ph.CO], Phys.Rev. D89 (2014) 127303; "Negative Running of the Spectral Index, Hemispherical Asymmetry and the Consistency of Planck with Large r", arXiv:1403.6650 [astro-ph.CO], JCAP 1411 (2014) 012.]

(iv) Sub-Planckian inflation models with a large gravitational wave signature

Inflation might be able to generate primordial gravitational waves, whose detection would serve as a 'smoking gun' for inflation as the explanation of the observed structure of the Universe. However, in order to generate a large gravitational wave signal, the simplest inflation models require scalar fields which are larger than the Planck scale, the scale at which quantum gravity effects become large and the new physics associated with the unification of gravity and other particles and forces is expected to become important. Therefore conventional inflation theories which can generate a large gravitational wave signal are expected to break down. This raises the question of whether it is possible to construct inflation models which can generate a large gravitation wave signal but which do not require scalar field values larger than the Planck scale. I am studying field theory inflation models based on simple axion models which achieve this and which make clear predictions for both the magnitude of the gravitational wave signal ("tensor-to-scalar ratio") and the slope of CMB fluctuation spectrum ("scalar spectral index").

[Publications: "Sub-Planckian Two-Field Inflation Consistent with the Lyth Bound", arXiv:1404.4620 [hep-ph], JCAP 1409 (2014) 09, 027; "A Minimal Sub-Planckian Axion Inflation Model with Large Tensor-to-Scalar Ratio", arXiv:1407.7471 [hep-ph], JCAP 1501 (2015) 018; "Signatures of Planck Corrections in a Spiralling Axion Inflation Model", arXiv:1412.6943 [hep-ph].]

Inflaton condensate fragmentation: Inflaton condensate fragmentation
Kim, J., McDonald, J. 30/06/2017 In: Physical Review D. 95, 12, 5 p.
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Chaotic initial conditions for nonminimally coupled inflation via a conformal factor with a zero
Kim, J., McDonald, J. 15/05/2017 In: Physical Review D. 95, 10, 9 p.
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The 750 GeV resonance as non-minimally coupled inflaton: unitarity violation and why the resonance is a real singlet scalar
McDonald, J. 10/10/2016 In: Physics Letters B. 761, p. 408-411. 4 p.
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Warm dark matter via ultra-violet freeze-in: reheating temperature and non-thermal distribution for fermionic Higgs portal dark matter
McDonald, J. 17/08/2016 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2016, 8, 13 p.
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Nonminimally coupled inflation with initial conditions from a preinflation anamorphic contracting era
McDonald, J. 12/08/2016 In: Physical Review D. 94, 4, 5 p.
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WIMP dark matter and unitarity-conserving inflation via a gauge singlet scalar
Kahlhoefer, F., McDonald, J. 9/11/2015 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2015, 11, 26 p.
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Signatures of Planck corrections in a spiralling axion inflation model
McDonald, J. 8/05/2015 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 5, 13 p.
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A minimal sub-Planckian axion inflation model with large tensor-to-scalar ratio
McDonald, J. 01/2015 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2015, 1, 8 p.
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Negative running of the spectral index, hemispherical asymmetry and the consistency of Planck with large r
McDonald, J. 11/2014 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2014, 11, 9 p.
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Sub-Planckian two-field inflation consistent with the Lyth bound
McDonald, J. 09/2014 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2014, 9, 9 p.
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Hemispherical power asymmetry from a space-dependent component of the adiabatic power spectrum
McDonald, J. 26/06/2014 In: Physical Review D. 89, 12, 5 p.
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Hemispherical power asymmetry from scale-dependent modulated reheating
McDonald, J. 19/11/2013 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2013, 11, 15 p.
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Dark matter gravitinos and baryons via Q-ball decay in the gauge-mediated MSSM
Doddato, F., McDonald, J. 3/07/2013 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2013, 7, 24 p.
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Isocurvature and curvaton perturbations with red power spectrum and large hemispherical asymmetry
McDonald, J. 07/2013 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2013, 7, 16 p.
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Explaining the dark energy, baryon and dark matter coincidence via domain-dependent random densities
McDonald, J. 05/2013 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2013, 5, 15 p.
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Baryon-to-dark matter ratio from random angular fields
McDonald, J. 01/2013 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2013, 1, 12 p.
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Unitarity-violation in generalized Higgs inflation models
Lerner, R.N., McDonald, J. 11/2012 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2012, 11, 20 p.
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Anthropically selected baryon number and isocurvature constraints
McDonald, J. 10/2012 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2012, 10, 15 p.
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New Q-ball Solutions in Gauge-Mediation, Affleck-Dine Baryogenesis and Gravitino Dark Matter
Doddato, F., McDonald, J. 20/06/2012 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 12, 6
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Simultaneous Generation of WIMP Miracle-like Densities of Baryons and Dark Matter
McDonald, J. 10/11/2011 In: Physical Review D. 84, 10, 9 p.
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Distinguishing Higgs inflation and its variants
N. Lerner, R., McDonald, J. 21/06/2011 In: Physical Review D. 83, 12, 15 p.
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Affleck-Dine baryogenesis, condensate fragmentation and gravitino dark matter in gauge-mediation with a large messenger mass
Doddato, F., McDonald, J. 06/2011 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2011, 6, 17 p.
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Relating the baryon asymmetry to the thermal relic dark matter density
McDonald, J. 12/04/2011 In: Physical Review D. 83, 8, 7 p.
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A Unitarity-Conserving Higgs Inflation Model
N. Lerner, R., McDonald, J. 19/11/2010 In: Physical Review D. 82, 10, 5 p.
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Cosmological evolution of scalar fields and gravitino dark matter in gauge mediation at low reheating temperatures
Ferrantelli, A., McDonald, J. 02/2010 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2010, 2, 21 p.
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Cosmic Ray Anomalies and Dark Matter Annihilation to Muons via a Higgs Portal Hidden Sector
Kohri, K., McDonald, J., Sahu, N. 28/01/2010 In: Physical Review D. 81, 2, 11 p.
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Higgs inflation and naturalness
N. Lerner, R., McDonald, J. 2010 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2010, 4, 10 p.
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Gauge singlet scalar as inflaton and thermal relic dark matter
N. Lerner, R., McDonald, J. 8/12/2009 In: Physical Review D. 80, 12, 14 p.
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Enhanced Dark Matter Annihilation Rate for Positron and Electron Excesses from Q-ball Decay
McDonald, J. 6/10/2009 In: Physical Review Letters. 103, 15, 4 p.
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keV Warm Dark Matter via the Supersymmetric Higgs Portal
McDonald, J., Sahu, N. 21/05/2009 In: Physical Review D. 79, 10, 6 p.
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Cosmological constraints on unparticles as continuous mass particles.
McDonald, J. 16/03/2009 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2009, 3, p. 19.
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Space-dependent step features: transient breakdown of slow-roll, homogeneity, and isotropy during inflation
Lerner, R.N., McDonald, J. 15/01/2009 In: Physical Review D. 79, 2, 11 p.
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Supersymmetric inflation and baryogenesis via Extra-Flat directions of the MSSM.
McDonald, J., Seto, O. 07/2008 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2008, 7, p. 15.
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Z(2)-Singlino Dark Matter in a Portal-Like Extension of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model.
McDonald, J., Sahu, N. 06/2008 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2008, 6, p. 26.
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Type II See-Saw at Collider, Lepton Asymmetry and Singlet Scalar Dark Matter.
McDonald, J., Sahu, N., Sarkar, U. 04/2008 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2008, 4, p. 37.
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Supergravity and two-field inflation effects in right-handed sneutrino modified D-term inflation.
Lin, C., McDonald, J. 25/03/2008 In: Physical Review D. 77, 6, 9 p.
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Unparticles: Interpretation and Cosmology.
McDonald, J. 2008
Other contribution

Right-handed sneutrino condensate cold dark matter and the baryon-to-dark matter ratio.
McDonald, J. 2/01/2007 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2007, 01, p. 001.
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RH sneutrino condensate CDM and the baryon-to-dark matter ratio.
McDonald, J. 2007
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Supergravity Modification of D-term Hybrid Inflation: Solving the Cosmic String and Spectral Index Problem via a Right-Handed Sneutrino.
McDonald, J., Lin, C.M. 1/09/2006 In: Physical Review D. 74, 6, p. 063510.
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F-term inflation Q-balls
McDonald, J.F. 2006 In: Physical Review D. 73, 043501
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Simulations of the end of supersymmetric hybrid inflation and nontopological soliton formation.
Broadhead, M., McDonald, J. 15/08/2005 In: Physical Review D. 72, 4, p. 043519.
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Condition for successful right-handed Majorana Sneutrino curvaton.
McDonald, J. 16/09/2004 In: Physical Review D. 70, 6, 11 p.
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Flat direction dynamics in a non-topological soliton-dominated universe.
McDonald, J. 08/2004 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2004, 8, p. 002.
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Supersymmetric curvatons and phase-induced curvaton fluctuations.
McDonald, J. 19/05/2004 In: Physical Review D. 69, 10, p. 103511.
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Two-field Q-ball solutions of supersymmetric hybrid inflation.
Broadhead, M., McDonald, J. 2004 In: Physical Review D. 69, 6, p. 063510. 5 p.
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Curvaton Potential Terms, Scale-Dependent Perturbation Spectra and Chaotic Initial Conditions
McDonald, J. 12/12/2003 In: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2003, 12, 8 p.
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Growth of inflaton perturbations and the post-inflation era in supersymmetric hybrid inflation models
McDonald, J. 15/10/2003 In: Physical Review D. 68, 8, p. 083502. 12 p.
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Right-handed sneutrinos as curvatons.
McDonald, J. 8/08/2003 In: Physical Review D. 68, 4, 10 p.
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F-term Hybrid Inflation, the η-problem and Extra Dimensions
McDonald, J. 16/01/2003 In: Journal of High Energy Physics. 2002, 12, 10 p.
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Inflaton condensate fragmentation in hybrid inflation models
McDonald, J. 22/08/2002 In: Physical Review D. 66, 4, p. 043525. 8 p.
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Thermally-generated Gauge Singlet Scalars as Self-Interacting Dark Matter.
McDonald, J. 15/02/2002 In: Physical Review Letters. 88, 9, p. 091304. 4 p.
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Non-thermal dark matter, high energy cosmic rays and late-decaying particles from inflationary quantum fluctuations
McDonald, J. 28/06/2001 In: Physics Letters B. 511, 1, p. 1-10. 10 p.
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Q-ball evolution, B-ball baryogenesis and the fB problem
McDonald, J. 6/04/2001 In: Journal of High Energy Physics. 2001, 03, p. 022. 23 p.
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Dynamical cosmological constant from a very recent phase transition
McDonald, J. 25/01/2001 In: Physics Letters B. 498, 3-4, p. 263-271. 9 p.
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Inflationary Affleck-Dine scalar dynamics and isocurvature perturbations
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 13/07/2000 In: Physical Review D. 62, 4, 8 p.
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Flat direction condensate instabilities in the MSSM
Enqvist, K., Jokinen, A., McDonald, J. 15/06/2000 In: Physics Letters B. 483, 1-3, p. 191-195. 5 p.
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Naturally Large Cosmological Neutrino Asymmetries in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model
McDonald, J. 22/05/2000 In: Physical Review Letters. 84, 21, p. 4798-4801. 4 p.
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Reheating temperature and inflaton mass bounds from thermalization after inflation
McDonald, J. 15/04/2000 In: Physical Review D. 61, 8, 5 p.
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The dynamics of Affleck-Dine condensate collapse
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 20/03/2000 In: Nuclear Physics B. 570, 1-2, p. 407-422. 16 p.
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Symmetry non-restoration via order 10(-10) B and L asymmetries
McDonald, J. 30/09/1999 In: Physics Letters B. 463, 2-4, p. 225-229. 5 p.
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Observable isocurvature fluctuations from the Affleck-Dine condensate
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 27/09/1999 In: Physical Review Letters. 83, 13, p. 2510-2513. 4 p.
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Positive order-H-2 mass corrections and Affleck-Dine baryogenesis
McDonald, J. 10/06/1999 In: Physics Letters B. 456, 2-4, p. 118-123. 6 p.
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B-ball baryogenesis and the baryon to dark matter ratio
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 11/01/1999 In: Nuclear Physics B. 538, 1-2, p. 321-350. 30 p.
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MSSM dark matter constraints and decaying B-balls
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 12/11/1998 In: Physics Letters B. 440, 1-2, p. 59-65. 7 p.
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Spontaneous discrete symmetry breaking during inflation and the NMSSM domain wall problem
McDonald, J. 12/10/1998 In: Nuclear Physics B. 530, 1-2, p. 325-345. 21 p.
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Supersymmetric D-term inflation and B-ball baryogenesis
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 12/10/1998 In: Physical Review Letters. 81, 15, p. 3071-3074. 4 p.
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Q-balls and baryogenesis in the MSSM
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 23/04/1998 In: Physics Letters B. 425, 3-4, p. 309-321. 13 p.
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Can cosmic-ray catalysed vacuum decay dominate over tunnelling?
Enqvist, K., McDonald, J. 9/03/1998 In: Nuclear Physics B. 513, 3, p. 661-678. 18 p.
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Vacuum stability and electroweak baryogenesis in the MSSM with light stops
McDonald, J. 6/11/1997 In: Physics Letters B. 413, 1-2, p. 30-34. 5 p.
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ucdcdc-based Affleck-Dine baryogenesis
McDonald, J. 1/04/1997 In: Physical Review D. 55, 7, p. 4240-4251. 12 p.
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CP violation for electroweak baryogenesis from mixing of standard model and heavy vector quarks
McDonald, J. 15/01/1996 In: Physical Review D. 53, 2, p. 645-654. 10 p.
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A simple estimate of the effect of diffusion on the baryon number generated in spontaneous baryogenesis models (vol 353, pg 267, 1995)
McDonald, J. 28/12/1995 In: Physics Letters B. 364, 4, p. 246-246. 1 p.
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Cosmological domain wall evolution and spontaneous CP violation from a gauge singlet scalar sector
McDonald, J. 31/08/1995 In: Physics Letters B. 357, 1-2, p. 19-28. 10 p.
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Gauge singlet scalars as cold dark matter
McDonald, J. 15/09/1994 In: Physical Review D. 50, 6, p. 3637-3649. 13 p.
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Electroweak baryogenesis and dark matter via a gauge singlet scalar
McDonald, J. 17/03/1994 In: Physics Letters B. 323, 3-4, p. 339-346. 8 p.
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Can a Brans-Dicke scalar account for dark matter in extended inflation models?
McDonald, J. 15/09/1993 In: Physical Review D. 48, 6, p. 2462-2476. 15 p.
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Cosmological limits on deviations from φ2 potentials in oscillating scalar cold dark matter models
McDonald, J. 15/09/1993 In: Physical Review D. 48, 6, p. 2573-2580. 8 p.
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Relic densities of neutralinos
McDonald, J., Olive, K.A., Srednicki, M. 4/06/1992 In: Physics Letters B. 283, 1-2, p. 80-84. 5 p.
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Cosmological consequences of dilatons in the electroweak model
McDonald, J. 2/01/1992 In: Physics Letters B. 274, 1, p. 72-78. 7 p.
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Chaotic inflation driven by a minimally coupled scalar field in Brans-Dicke models
McDonald, J. 15/10/1991 In: Physical Review D. 44, 8, p. 2314-2324. 11 p.
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Dark matter from an oscillating Brans-Dicke scalar in the extended inflation model
McDonald, J. 15/10/1991 In: Physical Review D. 44, 8, p. 2325-2334. 10 p.
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Weakly interacting massive particle densities in decaying-particle-dominated cosmology
McDonald, J. 15/02/1991 In: Physical Review D. 43, 4, p. 1063-1068. 6 p.
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Is neutralino dark matter compatible with flipped SU(5) models?
McDonald, J. 13/07/1989 In: Physics Letters B. 225, 1-2, p. 133-139. 7 p.
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Cosmological higgsino densities in SUSY models with intermediate mass scales
McDonald, J. 19/01/1989 In: Physics Letters B. 217, 1-2, p. 107-112. 6 p.
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On E8×E8 superstring based models with SU(3)c×SU(2)L×SU(2)N×U(1)y×U(1)y′ gauge symmetry
McDonald, J. 13/08/1987 In: Physics Letters B. 194, 3, p. 375-384. 10 p.
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Proton decay via d=5 gluino dressed graphs with flavour diagonal gluino couplings in supergravity models
McDonald, J., Vayonakis, C.E. 21/11/1985 In: Physics Letters B. 163, 1-4, p. 148-154. 7 p.
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Flat supergravity potentials with non-zero potential energy due to D-terms
McDonald, J., Vayonakis, C.E. 17/01/1985 In: Physics Letters B. 150, 5, p. 357-359. 3 p.
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Effects of non-minimal gauge kinetic terms in supergravity models
McDonald, J., Vayonakis, C.E. 1984 In: Physics Letters B. 144, 3-4, p. 199-202. 4 p.
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