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Diego Sáez Gómez


Biographic notes
My main interests are devoted to analyse how different theoretical approaches may lead to explain the problem of dark energy and model the entire evolution of Universe history, from inflation to the current epoch. The different theories and their intrinsic issues are an active part of my research, with particular emphasis to modifications of General Relativity. Besides the theoretical framework, my research is also focused on the comparison of the models with the observational data, which may bring an opportunity to find a more accurate model of the universe evolution.


Lastest publications at IAI. Leanizbarrutia, F. S. N. Lobo, D. Sáez Gómez, 2017,
Crossing SNe Ia and BAO observational constraints with local ones in hybrid metric-Palatini gravity,
Physical Review D, 95, 10
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J. Beltrán Jiménez, D. Rubiera-Garcia, D. Sáez Gómez, V. Salzano, 2016,
Cosmological future singularities in interacting dark energy models,
Physical Review D, 94
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J. Beltrán Jiménez, R. Lazkoz, D. Sáez Gómez, V. Salzano, 2016,
Observational constraints on cosmological future singularities,
The European Physical Journal C, 76
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P. P. Avelino, T. Barreiro, C. S. Carvalho, A. C. da Silva, F. S. N. Lobo, P. Martín-Moruno, J. P. Mimoso, N. J. Nunes, D. Rubiera-Garcia, D. Sáez Gómez et al. (including: L. Sousa, I. Tereno, A. M. M. Trindade), 2016,
Unveiling the Dynamics of the Universe,
Symmetry, 8
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D. Sáez Gómez, C. S. Carvalho, F. S. N. Lobo, I. Tereno, 2016,
Constraining f (T ,T ) gravity models using type Ia supernovae,
Physical Review D, 94
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D. Sáez Gómez, 2016,
Analyzing modified unimodular gravity via Lagrange multipliers,
Physical Review D, 93
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Diego Sáez Gómez
Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Outreach at IA