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Profile Summary

Muhammad Azzam Alwan is a junior researcher and member of the Theoretical High-Energy Physics research group. He is pursuing his studies at Hiroshima University, joining the Theoretical Particle and Hadron Physics Group. His current research focuses on exploring the implications of modified gravity in astrophysics and cosmology, examining its effects on the Equation of State (EoS) and the structure of Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) of neutron stars, as well as its consistency with phenomena observed in the early universe such as inflation and reheating phases.

Academic Degrees

  • S.Si. / B.Sc. | Department of Physics, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia.

Work Experience

  • 2022-present, Junior Researcher, BRIN Research Center for Quantum Physics, Indonesia.  
  • 2020-2022, Junior Engineer, LAPAN Research Center for Space Science, Indonesia.
  • 2018-2020,  Staff, Kompas Gramedia Group III, Indonesia. 

Selected Publications

  • M. A. Alwan, E. T. Sulistyani, and R. H. S. Budhi, “Non-minimally coupled Higgs inflation with Starobinsky gravity,” AIP Conf. Proc. 2906, 030002 (2023).
  • M. B. Saputra, M. D. Danarianto, M. D. Murti, M. A. Alwan, R. J. Yanti, and Chikmah, “Report on seeing, sky brightness, and meteorological properties measurements at Timau National Observatory site,” J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 2214, 012013 (2022).