Abraao Jesse Capistrano

Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana

Abraão Jessé Capistrano de Souza is currently an Adjunct professor IV at University of Latin American Integration (Brazil) and has been working on several problems in mathematical physics, quantum fields, astrophysics, cosmology and gravitation, specifically on gravitational waves, hidden symmetries and killing vectors, embeddings and differential forms, and black holes in embedded space-times. He is the author of more than 25 papers published in refereed journals and books. He is as well a referee in scientific journals. He also performs studies in space sciences and robotics with undergraduate engineering students and does activities in teaching physics and astronomy to a broader audience through institutional extension projects.

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The modern cosmology has been turned into an outstanding field of active research through the years. Today, we have more scientific data in modern cosmology than we could get rid of it, which makes the present days an exciting era for scientific knowledge. "Trends in Modern Cosmology" invites the reader to tackle the big questions of the universe from cultural aspects of cosmology and its influence on arts, philosophy, and politics to more specialized technical advances in the field as the physics of dark sector, black holes, galaxies, large structure formation, and particles. In fact, it reveals our endless searching for the better understanding of the universe as a legacy of knowledge for next generations.

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