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Effective Field Theory of Cosmic Acceleration: constraining dark energy with CMB data

- M. Raveri, B. Hu, N. Frusciante, A. Silvestri
- Physics
- 5 May 2014

We introduce EFTCAMB/EFTCosmoMC as publicly available patches to the commonly used camb/CosmoMC codes. We briefly describe the structure of the codes, their applicability and main features. To… Expand

Effective Field Theory of Cosmic Acceleration: an implementation in CAMB

- B. Hu, M. Raveri, N. Frusciante, A. Silvestri
- Physics
- 19 December 2013

We implement the effective field theory (EFT) approach to dark energy and modified gravity in the public Einstein-Boltzmann solver CAMB. The resulting code, which we dub EFTCAMB, is a powerful and… Expand

Prospects for fundamental physics with LISA

- E. Barausse, E. Berti, +318 authors M. Zumalac'arregui
- Physics
- 27 January 2020

In this paper, which is of programmatic rather than quantitative nature, we aim to further delineate and sharpen the future potential of the LISA mission in the area of fundamental physics. Given the… Expand

Do current cosmological observations rule out all covariant Galileons

- S. Peirone, N. Frusciante, B. Hu, M. Raveri, A. Silvestri
- Physics
- 13 November 2017

We revisit the cosmology of covariant Galileon gravity in view of the most recent cosmological data sets, including weak lensing. As a higher derivative theory, covariant Galileon models do not have… Expand

The road ahead of Horndeski: cosmology of surviving scalar-tensor theories

- N. Frusciante, S. Peirone, S. Casas, N. A. Lima
- Physics
- 24 October 2018

In the context of the effective field theory of dark energy (EFT) we perform agnostic explorations of Horndeski gravity. We choose two parametrizations for the free EFT functions, namely a power law… Expand

Effective field theory of dark energy: A review

- N. Frusciante, Louis Perenon
- Physics
- 6 July 2019

The discovery of cosmic acceleration has triggered a consistent body of theoretical work aimed at modeling its phenomenology and understanding its fundamental physical nature. In recent years, a… Expand

An Extended action for the effective field theory of dark energy: a stability analysis and a complete guide to the mapping at the basis of EFTCAMB

- N. Frusciante, G. Papadomanolakis, A. Silvestri
- Physics
- 15 January 2016

We present a generalization of the effective field theory (EFT) formalism for dark energy and modified gravity models to include operators with higher order spatial derivatives. This allows the… Expand

Hořava Gravity in the Effective Field Theory formalism: From cosmology to observational constraints

- N. Frusciante, M. Raveri, D. Vernieri, B. Hu, A. Silvestri
- Physics
- 7 August 2015

Abstract We consider Hořava gravity within the framework of the effective field theory (EFT) of dark energy and modified gravity. We work out a complete mapping of the theory into the EFT language… Expand

Signatures of
f(Q)
gravity in cosmology

- N. Frusciante
- Physics
- 22 January 2021

We investigate the impact on cosmological observables of $f(Q)$-gravity, a specific class of modified gravity models in which gravity is described by the nonmetricity scalar, $Q$. In particular we… Expand

The distribution of mass in the orion dwarf galaxy

- N. Frusciante, P. Salucci, D. Vernieri, J. Cannon, E. Elson
- Physics
- 1 June 2012

Dwarf galaxies are good candidates to investigate the nature of dark matter (DM), because their kinematics are dominated by this component down to small galactocentric radii. We present here the… Expand

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