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Fruzsina Julia Agocs

Fruzsina Julia Agocs

PhD student

Cosmology

Room K14
Kavli Institute for Cosmology,
Madingley Road

Cambridge CB3 0HA
Office Phone: (01223) 760796

Research Interests

My research focuses on topics in inflationary cosmology. 

Within that, I work on developing efficient numerical methods to solve commonly occurring differential equations, for the sake of quick Bayesian inference. I wrote oscode, a fast numerical solver for one-dimensional ordinary differential equations with highly oscillatory solutions, such as the Mukhanov-Sasaki equation or the one-dimensional Schrödinger equation.

I'm also interested in how initial conditions are set to cosmological perturbations, such as vacua in curved, expanding spacetimes. 

Teaching

Supervisions

  • Part III Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, 2017--
  • Part II General Relativity 2017/18
  • Part IA Mathematics 2018--

Keywords

Inflation ; Numerical methods ; Cosmology

Topics

  • Relativity and Gravitation

Key Publications

Agocs, F.J., Handley, W.J., Lasenby, A.N. and Hobson, M.P., 2019. An efficient method for solving highly oscillatory ordinary differential equations with applications to physical systems. arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.01421.

KICC Annual Report 2018

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