Jason

Jason Kristiano

Ph.D. Student in Theoretical Physics [CV].

Research Center for the Early Universe [RESCEU],
Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo,
Hongo 7-3-1, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0013, Japan.

Email: jkristiano[at]resceu.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp


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Quantum field theory of fluctuations generated during cosmic inflation.

Keywords: Cosmic Inflation, Cosmological Perturbation, Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime, Cosmological Bootstrap, and Primordial Black Holes.

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Press release of our pencil and paper research in Physical Review Letters by The University of Tokyo. Quoted by the following news media from various countries and many others.
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Small-scale fluctuations with large amplitude as seed of primordial black holes coherently amplify large-scale functuations observed in the cosmic microwave background.

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Journal Article and Preprint

  1. J. Kristiano and J. Yokoyama.
    Comparing sharp and smooth transitions of the second slow-roll parameter in single-field inflation.
    arXiv preprint [arXiv].
  2. J. Kristiano and J. Yokoyama.
    Generating large primordial fluctuations in single-field inflation for PBH formation.
    Invited chapter to the book "Primordial Black Holes'' by Springer [arXiv].
  3. J. Kristiano and J. Yokoyama.
    Note on the bispectrum and one-loop corrections in single-field inflation with primordial black hole formation.
    Physical Review D 109, 103541 (2024) [arXiv] [Journal].
  4. J. Kristiano and J. Yokoyama.
    Constraining Primordial Black Hole Formation from Single-Field Inflation.
    Physical Review Letters 132, 221003 (2024) [arXiv] [Journal].
  5. J. Kristiano and J. Yokoyama.
    Perturbative region on non-Gaussian parameter space in single-field inflation.
    Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 07 (2022) 007 [arXiv] [Journal].
  6. J. Kristiano and J. Yokoyama.
    Why Must Primordial Non-Gaussianity Be Very Small?
    Physical Review Letters 128, 061301 (2022) [arXiv] [Journal].
  7. O. Gunawan, J. Kristiano, and H. Kwee.
    Magnetic-tip trap system.
    Physical Review Research 2, 013359 (2020) [arXiv] [Journal].
  8. J. Kristiano, R.D. Lambaga, and H.S. Ramadhan.
    Coleman-de Luccia tunneling wave function.
    Physics Letters B 796, 225-229 (2019) [arXiv] [Journal].
  9. T. Mart, J. Kristiano, and S. Clymton.
    Pure spin-3/2 representation with consistent interactions.
    Physical Review C 100, 035207 (2019) [arXiv] [Journal].
  10. J. Kristiano, S. Clymton, and T. Mart.
    Pure spin-3/2 propagator for use in particle and nuclear physics.
    Physical Review C (Rapid Communication) 96, 052201 (2017) [arXiv] [Journal].

Conference Proceeding

  1. A.S. Alam, J. Kristiano, R.D. Lambaga, and H.S. Ramadhan.
    Giant leaps in vacuum decay within the Dirac-Born-Infeld theory with two fields.
    Proceedings of the Conference on Theoretical Physics and Nonlinear Phenomena (CTPNP) 2019.
  2. M. Mujirin, J. Kristiano, and T. Mart.
    Pure spin-5/2 propagator from the antisymmetric tensor spinor formalism.
    Proceedings of the Conference on Theoretical Physics and Nonlinear Phenomena (CTPNP) 2019.
  3. J. Kristiano and T. Mart.
    Path integral quantization of an interacting pure spin-3/2 field.
    Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Current Progress in Mathematics and Sciences (ISCPMS) 2018.
  4. J. Kristiano and T. Mart.
    Massive particle spin-3/2 propagator.
    Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Current Progress in Mathematics and Sciences (ISCPMS) 2017.

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Invited Talk

Conference

  1. Comparing sharp and smooth transitions of the second slow-roll parameter in single-field inflation.
    Extreme Mass Dark Matter Workshop (YITP International Molecule-type Workshop), Kyoto University, Japan, March 2024.
  2. Progress on one-loop correction in PBH formation from single-field inflation.
    Revisiting cosmological non-linearities in the era of precision surveys (YITP International Molecule-type Workshop), Kyoto University, Japan, July 2023.
  3. Bispectrum and one-loop correction in PBH formation from single-field inflation.
    Non-linear Nature of Cosmological Perturbations and its Observational Consequences (YITP Domestic Molecule-type Workshop), Kyoto University, Japan, March 2023.
  4. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Dynamics of Primordial Black Hole Formation Workshop, Rikkyo University, Japan, March 2023.
  5. Primordial black holes from single-field inflation?
    Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics (CosPA), Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP), South Korea, November 2022 (Online).

Seminar

  1. Bispectrum and one-loop correction in PBH formation from single-field inflation.
    Department of Physics (Particle Theory and Cosmology Group) Seminar, Tohoku University, Japan, May 2023.
  2. Exploring possibilities of the inflationary potential.
    Rikkyo University Colloquium, Japan, April 2023.
  3. Primordial black holes from single-field inflation?
    Leung Center for Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics (LeCosPa) Seminar, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, April 2023 (Online).
  4. Bispectrum and one-loop correction in PBH formation from single-field inflation.
    Zooming in on Primordial Black Holes Seminar, Leiden University, The Netherlands, April 2023 (Online).
  5. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Theory Group Seminar, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan, March 2023.
  6. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Institute of Theoretical Physics Seminar, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, February 2023 (Online).
  7. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Department of Physics (C-Lab) Seminar, Nagoya University, Japan, January 2023.
  8. One-loop perturbativity bound as a constraint on single-field inflation and primordial black hole formation.
    Department of Physics (High Energy Theory Group) Seminar, The University of Athens, Greece, December 2022 (Online).
  9. One-loop perturbativity bound in single-field inflation.
    Department of Physics (Particle Theory Group) Seminar, The University of Tokyo, Japan, November 2022.
  10. What happened before the Big Bang?
    Department of Physics Seminar, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia, March 2022 (Online).

Contributed Talk

Oral Presentation

  1. Superhorizon evolution of the squeezed bispectrum.
    The 32nd Workshop on General Relativity and Gravitation in Japan (JGRG), Nagoya University, Japan, November 2023.
  2. One-loop correction in primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Focus Week on Primordial Black Holes, Kavli IPMU, Japan, November 2023.
  3. Superhorizon evolution of the squeezed bispectrum.
    Correlators in Cortona, Italy, September 2023.
  4. One-loop correction in primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    The 26th International Conference on Particle Physics and Cosmology (COSMO), Instituto de Física Teórica, Spain, September 2023.
  5. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    The 79th Physical Society of Japan (JPS) Meeting, Japan, March 2023 (Online).
  6. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Joint Workshop on General Relativity and Cosmology (JGRC), Okutama, Japan, March 2023.
  7. Ruling out primordial black hole formation from single-field inflation.
    Early Universe Mini-Workshop, Kobe RIKEN, Japan, January 2023.
  8. One-loop perturbativity bound in single-field inflation.
    The 31st Workshop on General Relativity and Gravitation in Japan (JGRG), The University of Tokyo, Japan, October 2022.
  9. One-loop perturbativity bound in single-field inflation.
    The 26th International Summer Institute on Phenomenology of Elementary Particle Physics and Cosmology, Fuji-Yoshida, Japan, September 2022.
  10. Perturbative region on non-Gaussian parameter space in single-field inflation.
    The 78th Physical Society of Japan (JPS) Meeting, Okayama University of Science, Japan, September 2022.
  11. Perturbative region on non-Gaussian parameter space in single-field inflation.
    The 15th Asia-Pacific Physics Conference (APPC), South Korea, August 2022 (Online).
  12. Theoretical bound on primordial non-Gaussianity in single-field inflation.
    The 77th Physical Society of Japan (JPS) Meeting, Japan, March 2022 (Online).
  13. Theoretical bound on primordial non-Gaussianity in single-field inflation.
    The 30th Workshop on General Relativity and Gravitation in Japan (JGRG), Waseda University, Japan, December 2021 (Online).
  14. Theoretical bound on primordial non-Gaussianity in single-field inflation.
    Recent Progress of Quantum Cosmology (YITP Workshop), Kyoto University, Japan, November 2021 (Online).
  15. Coleman-de Luccia tunneling wave function.
    The 14th Asia-Pacific Physics Conference (APPC), Kuching, Malaysia, November 2019.
  16. Coleman-de Luccia tunneling wave function.
    Conference on Theoretical Physics and Nonlinear Phenomena (CTPNP), Makasar, Indonesia, July 2018.
  17. Path integral quantization of an interacting pure spin-3/2 field.
    The 4th International Symposium on Current Progress in Mathematics and Sciences (ISCPMS), Depok, Indonesia, July 2018.
  18. Massive particle spin-3/2 propagator.
    The 3rd International Symposium on Current Progress in Mathematics and Sciences (ISCPMS), Bali, Indonesia, July 2017.

Poster Presentation

  1. One-loop perturbativity bound in single-field inflation.
    2nd International Symposium on Trans-Scale Quantum Science (TSQS), The University of Tokyo, Japan, November 2022.
  2. Theoretical bound on primordial non-Gaussianity in single-field inflation.
    The 24th International Conference on Particle Physics and Cosmology (COSMO), University of Illinois, United States, August 2021 (Online).
  3. Pure spin-3/2 propagator for use in particle and nuclear physics.
    The 8th International Conference on Quark and Nuclear Physics (QNP), Tsukuba, Japan, November 2018.

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