A2 - Inflation and the origin of Dark Energy
In March 2013 the first cosmological results of the measurements of the cosmic microwave background
fluctuations by Planck mission were released. The sensitivity of these measurements has allowed us to
determine the cosmological parameters with extremely high accuracy. By next year when polarization
data are expected to be released this accuracy will be improved in few times. In particular, the precise
measurements of the spectral index of primordial perturbations, the constrains on non-gaussianity
already nowadays allow us to establish the major features of the early acceleration stage excluding
many popular scenarios as a candidate for cosmic in ation.
In this project we suggest to continue investigation of the fundamental particle physics theories in
the cosmological context and relating these theories with experimental precision measurements of the
CMB fluctuations and Dark Energy.