**Antonio Riotto**

Professeur ordinaire de Physique théorique - Université

de Genève.

- s.c.n.r. eletto il 13 giugno 2022

Academic Career

July 2016-: Director of the Theoretical Physics Department, University of Geneva, Switzerland.

January 2012-: Full Professor, University of Geneva, Switzerland.

March 2019 - August 2019: On leave of absence from the University of Geneva at the CERN Theory Department, Geneva, Switzerland as Scientic Associate.

September 2007 - December 2011: On leave of absence from Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN) in Padua at the CERN

Theory Division, Geneva, Switzerland as Sta member.

January 2007 - August 2007: On leave of absence from Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN) in Padua as invited professor at the Departement de Physique Theorique, Section de Physique, University of Geneva.

September 2005 - January 2007: On leave of absence from Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN) in Padua at the CERN

Theory Division, Geneva, Switzerland as Paid Associate.

February 2005- December 2011: Full-time tenured position as Direttore di Ricerca" (Research Director) at Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN) in Padua, Italy.

May 2001 - February 2005: Full-time tenured position as Primo Ricercatore" (Senior Researcher) at the INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare) in Padua, Italy.

February 2001 - May 2001: Full-time tenured research position as Ricercatore" (Researcher) at the INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare) in Padua, Italy.

January 2000 - February 2001: Assistant Professor at Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy.

December 1997-December 1999: CERN Fellow in the Theory Group at CERN.

September 1997: Beginning of the Advanced PPARC Fellowship at the University of Oxford (England) with a 5 year position starting September 1997. This position was subsequently abondoned.

November 95-August 97: Two-year appointment at the NASA/Fermilab Astrophysics Center, Fermilab national Accelerator Laboratory as Research Assistant under the DOE and URA grant NAG5-2788.

Past and Present Duties

{ Director of the Theoretical Physics Department, University of Geneva.

{ Coordinator of the Division 3 (Population Studies) of the Observational Science Board of the Einstein Telescope.

{ Member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts, Istituto Veneto.

{ Editor of the EuCapt White Paper Opportunities and Challenges for Theoretical Astroparticle Physics in the Next Decade".

{ Member of the commission d'auto-evaluation des programmes de Master du Departement de Physique" of the University of

Geneva.

{ Member of the hiring committee for the Theoretical Cosmology Professor at the ETH, Zurich.

{ Member of the Ph.D. committee at the Physics Section at the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the COPIL for the new Centre des Sciences Physiques et Mathematiques.

{ Member of the 2016 ERC Starting Grant panel Fundamental Constituents of Matter.

{ Member of the LISA collaboration.

{ Member of the EUCLID collaboration.

{ Member of the SKA collaboration.

{ Referee for the UK Royal Society.

{ Member of the EuCAPT Steering Committee

{ Referee for the National Science Center, Poland.

{ Referee for the Estonian Research Council.

{ Member of the Hiring Committee for the succession of A. Blondel, University of Geneva.

{ Reviewer for the FONDECYT, Chilean National Science and Technology Commission.

{ Reviewer for the Centre of Excellence Programme in 2018-2025 of the Academy of Finland.

{ Member of the STFC Review panel.

{ Member of the Committee for the promotion of Dr. M. Kunz to Prof. Ass. at the Physics Section at the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the Committee for the promotion of Dr. C. Bonvin to Prof. Ass. at the Physics Section at the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the Committe for the Procedura Ricercatore a tempo determinato lettera B, sc 02/A2 ssd FIS/02- Dip. Matematica e Fisica - Roma Tre, Rome, Italy.

{ Member of the Committee for the promotion of Dr. A. Sfyrla to Prof. Ass. at the Physics Section at the University of Geneva.

Member of the Committee for the promotion of Prof. P. Jetzer to full Prof. at the Physics Section at the University of Zurich.

{ External Reviewer for The German Israeli Foundation for Scientic Research and Development.

{ External Reviewer for the ATLAS/CMS collaborations for the dark matter searches.

{ Member of the Evaluation Committee for the academic year 2015/2016 for the Ph.D. Program in Physics at the University of Padova.

{ Association (STA) with ATLAS on The inclusion in dark matter searches of electroweak corrections and improved eective-theory operators".

{ Member of the Planning Committee of the Physics Section of the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the Planning Committee of the Mathematics Section of the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the AEM Operational Group of the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the Committee des Locaux of the Physics Section of the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the Hiring Committee for the succession of C. Kollath, University of Geneva.

{ Co-organizer of the Conferences Grand-Publique" of the University of Geneva.

{ Member of the ApPEC Working Group on Theory Program.

{ Member of the LHC Dark Matter Working Group.

{ Referee for the European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants.

{ Referee for the Italian Research and University Evaluation Agency (ANVUR).

{ Member of the U.S. Department of Energy Oce (DOE) of High Energy Physics Review Panel.

{ Member of the Committee for the Research Position RU-B FIS/02 at the University of Padova, Italy.

{ Reviewer for the Israeli Science Foundation (ISF).

{ Reviewer for the Academy of Finland, Nuclear and Particle Physics and Cosmology Review Panel.

{ Reviewer for the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF), Georgia

{ Member of the Committee II of INFN as observer for the Theoretical Group (Group IV).The committee II deals with astroparticle experiments concerning neutrino physics, rare processes, cosmic radiation, etc. In particular, it is responsable for funding experiments concerning e.g., Dark Matter (MAGIC, GLAST, Pamela, AMS, etc) and Gravitational Waves (VIRGO, LISA, etc).

{ Local coordinator of the EC Network Universenet for the Padova node.

{ Member of the Steering Committee for the COSMO conference series.

{ Member of the Scientic Committee of the Galileo Galilei International Centre of Theoretical Physics in Arcetri (Italy).

{ Member of the CERN Fellow Selection Committee.

{ Organizer of the CERN Wednesday (main) seminar.

{ Local CERN responsible of the ASPERA related activities.

{ CERN TH-unit representative of the Academic Training Committee.

{ Referee for the Committee II of INFN for the experiments Athena-II and Lares.

{ Funder and coordinator of the INFN PD51 initiative on early Universe cosmology and the anisotropies of the CMB.

{ Member of the Committee for INFN 10 Fellowships for neolaureati di primo livello", n. 10647.

Lectures and Organization of Conferences: last three years

September 2009: Organizer of the conference "COSMO09", CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, number of partecipants about 400.

September 2009: Organizer of the conference "Particle Cosmology Institute", CERN, Switzerland, number of partecipants about 100.

July 2010 Public lecture at the Santa maria di Sala Astronomers' club (Venice, Italy) entitled What we wish to discover at the LHC".

September 2010: Invited lecturer at the Italian National School of Theoretical Physics, Parma (Italy), September 2000. Series of lectures on Cosmology.

November 2010: Public lecture at the Centro Culturale Candiani", Venezia Mestre, entitled From the innitely large to the innitely small".

February 2011: Academic Training Lecturer at the Italian teacher program", lectures entitled From the ininitely small to the innitely large".

April 2011: public Lecture at the Venetian Academy of Sciences and Arts, entitled From the innitely large to the infinitely small".

May 2011: Co-organizer of the conference Electroweak baryogenesis and the LHC, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel.

June 2011: Organizer of the conference "Particle Physics and Cosmology", CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, number of partecipants about 300.

January 2012: Lecturer alla "Formation continue des enseignants secondaires en Physique", Ecole de Physique DPT 24 quai

Ernest-Ansermet 1211 Geneve 4. Titolo del seminario: "De l'infiniment petit a l' infiniment grand".

August 2012: Lecturer at "School for Nordic Students", Hilleroed, Danemark.

May 2012: Co-organizer of the Aspen Baryogenesis Workshop, Aspen, USA.

August 2012: Lecturer at the "II Jayme Tiomno School of Cosmology", CBPF Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

September 2012: Organizer of the workshop "Theoretical methods for non-linear cosmology TH institute", CERN, Geneva, Switzerland.

May 2013: Convener at the Bethe Forum on "Planck and the early Universe, Bonn, Germany.

September 2013: Lecturer at the "Central European Joint Programme of doctoral studies in theoretical physics" School, Prague, Czech Republic.

May-June 2014: Convener at the "Particlegenesis" workshop, Kavli Institute, Santa Barbara, USA.

June 2014: Organizer of the Cosmological Frontiers in Fundamental Physics" conference, Paris, France.

September 2014: Organizer of the CERN Theory workshop "Understanding the early universe", CERN, Geneva.

September 2014: Organizer of the conference Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics", Geneva, Switzerland.

April 2014: Public Lecture at the Scuola Galileiana of the Padova University entitled The In ationary Universe".

July 2016: Organizer of the Dark Matter Workshop (IFCA)", Santander, Spain.

September 2016: Organizer of the conference TeVPA'16, TeV Particle Astrophysics", CERN, Geneva, Switzerland.

September 2016: Lecturer at the 2016 PSI Zuoz Summer School", Engadin, Switzerland.

July 2017: Invited lecturer at the Brazilian School of Cosmology and Gravitation" (BSCG), Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

September 2017: Lecturer at the 29th Indian-Summer School of Physics, Prague, Czech Republic.

January 2018: Lecturer at the Galileo Galilei Institute School on the Theory of Fundamental Interactions", GGI Florence, Italy.

June 2018: Organizer of the Dark Matter Workshop (IFCA)", Santander, Spain.

July 2018: Lecturer at the PRE-SUSY 2018 school", IFAE Barcelona, Spain.

June 2020: Lecturer at the "Second Joint ICTP-Trieste/ICTP-SAIFR School on Particle Physics", Sao Paolo, Brazil. Title of the lectures: "Early Universe and Particle Physics".

February 2021: Organizer of the Primordial Black Holes confront GW data", University La Sapienza, Roma, Italy.

May 2021: Organizer of the First EuCAPT Annual Symposium", CERN, Geneva, Switzerland.

Invited seminars: Last Three Years

August 2011: Invited plenary speaker at the conference "Cosmo 2011", Porto, Portogual. Title of the seminar "In ation".

August 2012: Invited plenary speaker at the conference "IRGAC", Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Title of the seminar "The halo mass function".

June 2013: Invited plenary speaker at the conference "Cosmological perturbations post-Planck", Helsinki, Finland.

July 2013: Invited speaker at the conference "Cosmology after Planck", Chicheley Hall, London, UK.

November 2013: Invited speaker at ULB, Bruxelles, seminar given with the title "The role of cosmological perturbations in cosmology".

December 2013: Invited speaker at the conference "A passion for particles", Pisa, Italy.

January 2014: Invited speaker at the conference "In ation after Planck", DESY, Hamburg, Germany.

May 2014: Invited speaker at the conference "Enqfest", Helsinki, Finland.

August 2014: Invited plenary speaker at the conference "COSMO-2014", Chicago, USA.

November 2014: Invited speaker at the "PP/ASTRO workshop on dark matter", ETH Zurich. Title of the seminar "DM searches at the LHC and eective eld theory".

July 2015: Invited plenary speaker at the "EPS HEP 2015", Vienna, Austria. Title of the seminar "The Higgs eld and the early Universe".

July 2015: Invited plenary speaker at the "PPC2015", Deadwood, South Dakota, USA. Title of the seminar "Cosmology: the Summary ".

October 2015: Invited colloquium at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), Villigen, Switzerland. Title of the colloquium "From In ation to the observed Universe passing through the Higgs ".

May 2016: Invited summary talk at the LHCpp2016 conference, Pisa, Italy.

September 2016: Invited plenary speaker at the 50th anniversary of the Brazilian Physical Society, Natal, Brasil. Title of the seminar Recent Developments in Cosmology".

October 2016: Invited plenary speaker at Fancy workshop, Odense, Denmark. Title of the seminar Towards a gravity dual for the large scale structure of the universe ".

December 2016: Invited plenary speaker at The Helsinki Higgs Forum, Helsinki, Finland. Title of the seminar The true Standard Model Higgs instability scale".

February 2017: Invited colloquium speaker at the University of Torino, Italy, title of the seminar In

ation and the Standard Model Higgs" .

March 2017: Invited plenary speaker at Higgs Cosmology workshop, Newport Pagnell, UK. Title of the seminar The true Standard Model Higgs instability scale".

April 2017: Invited plenary speaker at the University of Amsterdam, title of the seminar The true Standard Model Higgs instability scale".

May 2017: Invited plenary speaker at workshop Mass 2017: Cosmology and Dark Matter, Odense, Denmark. Title of the seminar

Towards a gravity dual for the large scale structure of the universe ".

May 2017: Invited speaker to give the Cosmology Summary Talk" at at the XIth International Conference on the

Interconnection between Particle Physics and Cosmology? (PPC2017), Texas A and M University, Texas, USA.

July 2017: Invited plenary speaker at EPS HEP conference, Venice, Italy. Title of the seminar The Cosmological Standard

Model ".

March 2018: Invited plenary speaker at HEP2018 conference, Athens, Greece. Title of the seminar Cosmological signatures of

the SM electroweak vacuum instability".

May 2018: Invited colloquium speaker at the Aachen University, Germany. Title of the seminar In

ation and the Standard

Model Higgs".

June 2018: Invited plenary speaker at the 5th LISA Cosmology Working Group, Helsinki, Finalnd. Title of the seminar

Gravitational waves as cosmological signature of the SM electroweak vacuum instability".

January 2019: Invited speaker at the 6th LISA Cosmology Working Group Workshop, Madrid, Spain.

Avril 2019: Invited plenary speaker at the Solvay Workshop on The Dark Side of Black Holes, Brussels, Belgium.

June 2019: Invited plenary speaker at the Planck 2019 conference, Granada, Spain.

July 2019: Invited plenary speaker PPC 2019 conference, Cartagena, Colombia.

December 2019: Invited plenary speaker at the Focus week on Primordial Black Holes, Kavli IPMU, Kashiwa, Japan.

November 2020: Invited plenary speaker at the Less Travelled Path for Dark Matter conference, ICTS, Bangalore, India.

April 2021: Invited speaker at the MIT/Tufts cosmology seminar, Boston, USA.

April 2021: Invited speaker at the Sharif University of Technology Cosmology Group Weekly Seminars, Teheran, Iran.

April 2021: Invited speaker at the LMU, Munich, Germany.

April 2021: Invited speaker at the Meeting of the National Research Group conference, Paris, France.

May 2021: Invited speaker at the Gravitational-Wave Primordial Cosmology conference, Paris, France.

June 2021: Invited speaker at the 2021 CERN-CKC Theory Workshop, CERN, Switzerland.

June 2021: Invited speaker at the 2021 Quarks conference, Moscow, Russia.

August 2021: Invited speaker at the 2021 PAX VII workshop, Lisbon, Portogual.

November 2021: Invited speaker at the Zurich University, Zurich, Switzerland.

Grants: Last Three Years

September 2012- September 2015: Grant n. 200021140236 from the Fonds National Suisse (FNS). Amount: 452.667 CHF for the

project ` `The non-Gaussian Universe".

September 2013-September 2015: Grant from the Fondation Ernest Boninchi. Amount: 175.341 CHF for the project

Investigating the early Universe with non-Gaussianity".

September 2013-September 2015: Grant Marie-Curie Intra-European Fellowships Career Development" from the European

Commission, call identier: FP7- PEOPLE-2012-IEF. Amount: 256.364 euros for the project Non-Gaussianity in the Sky".

September 2013-June 2015: Grant from the Tomalla Foundation. Amount: 175.341 CHF for a Post-Doc.

January 2014-December 2016: Grant from the Fonds National Suisse, Sinergia Program, on Dark Energy and Dark Matter.

September 2014-September 2015: Grant from the Fondation Ernest Boninchi. Amount: 76.900 CHF for the project Deciphering

dark matter signals in the sky and at the LHC".

September 2015-September 2018: Grant n. 20002159223 from the Fonds National Suisse (FNS). Amount: 388.087 CHF for the

project ` `Investigating the nature of dark matter".

June 2016: Grant from the COMAD (Commission administrative de l'UniGe). Amount: 5500 CHF for organization of the

conference TeV Particle Astrophysics 2016" held at CERN, 12-16 September 2016.

September 2018- August 2022: Grant n. 200020178787 from the Fonds National Suisse (FNS). Amount: 780.000 CHF for the

project ` `The Non-Gaussian Universe and Cosmological Symmetries".

September 2018-September 2020: Grant from the Fondation Ernest Boninchi. Amount: 100.000 CHF for the project ` `The

Non-Gaussian Universe and Cosmological Symmetries".

Supervision of Master students: last two years

October 2012: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Elena Massara, Universita of Padova.

June 2012: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Simone Dresti, University of di Geneva, Quantum eld theory in time-dependent

backgrounds". Final grade 6/6.

September 2013: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Philippe Berger, University of Geneva, The non-local galaxy bias". Final

vote: 6/6.

September 2015: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Fulvio Scaccabarozzi, University of Milano, The halo velocity bias". Final

grade: 110/110 cum Laude.

September 2016: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Goran Jelic-Cizmek, Universiy of Geneva, The instability of the Standard

Model in the presence of black holes". Final vote: 6/6.

September 2017: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Romain Chessex, ETH Zurich, In

ation and dS/CFT". Final vote: 6/6.

September 2018: Supervisor of the Master thesis of Ameek Molhatra, Universiy of Geneva, Primordial black holes". Final vote:

6/6.

Supervision of Ph.D. Students: last two years

September 2012-September 2016 : Supervisor of the Ph. D. student Hideki Perrier.

January 2013-September 2016: Supervisor of the Ph. D. student Enrico Morgante (currently post-doc at DESY in Hamburg,

Germany).

October 2014-September 2018 : Supervisor of the Ph. D. student Davide Racco (currently post-doc at the Perimeter Institute,

Canada).

September 2017-present : Supervisor of the Ph. D. student Gabriele Franciolini.

September 2017-present : Supervisor of the Ph. D. student Valerio De Luca.

Supervision of Post-docs: last two years

September 2013-January 2016 : Supervisor of the Post-doc Jorge Nore~na (currently faculty at the University of Valparaiso, Chile).

September 2013-August 2016: Supervisor of the Post-Doc Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah (subsequently post-doc at Harvard

University, Boston, USA).

September 2013-September 2015 : Supervisor of the Post-Doc Thomas Jacques (currently at SISSA in Trieste, Italy).

January 2018-December 2021: Supervisor of the Post-Doc Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah.

Teaching at the University of Geneva

January 2012: Formation continue des enseignants secondaires en Physique, seminar entitled De l'inniment petit a l'inniment

grand.

February-June 2012: Course of General Relativity (14P003, 8 credits).

September 2012 -June 2013: Course of Laboratoire IV Theorique (14P951, 15 credits).

February 2013 -June 2013: Course of Cosmology (14P013, 8 credits).

September 2013 -June 2014: Course of Laboratoire IV Theorique (14P951, 15 credits).

September 2014 -June 2015: Course of Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

September 2015 -June 2016: Course of Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

September 2016 -June 2017: Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

February 2017 -June 2017: Ph.D. course The Standard Model of Weak Interactions.

September 2017 -June 2018: Course of Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

September 2017 -June 2018: Course of Course of Laboratoire IV Theorique (14P951, 15 credits).

September 2018 -June 2019: Course of Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

September 2018 -June 2019: Course of Laboratoire IV Theorique (14P951, 15 credits).

September 2019 -June 2020: Course of Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

September 2019 -June 2020: Course of Laboratoire IV Theorique (14P951, 15 credits).

September 2020 -June 2021: Course of Mathematical Methods for Physicists II (12P015, 6 credits).

September 2020 -June 2021: Course of Laboratoire IV Theorique (14P951, 15 credits).

Prizes

January 2019: 2018 Buchalter Cosmology Prize. Amount 10.000$.

Other degrees

October 2018: Master in Forensic Science, Scuola Nazionale Peritale, Rome. Thesis entitled Some Considerations about the Determination of the Area of Convergence and the Region of Origin in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis".

April 2022: Master of Geopolitics at the Limes School.

List of Publications: last six years

Full list of publications and citations: see Google Scholar and/or InSPIRES.

[1] Cosmological implications of the Higgs-mass measurement, J.R. Espinosa, G.F. Giudice and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2007{179, JCAP 05 (2008) 002.

[2] Quantum resonant leptogenesis and Minimal Lepton Flavour Violation, V. Cirigliano, A. De Simone, G. Isidori, I. Masina and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2007{208, JCAP 01 (2008) 004.

[3] Possibly large corrections to the in ationary observables, N. Bartolo and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2007{230, Mod. Phys.

Lett. A23 (2008) 857.

[4] On the physical signicance of infra-red corrections to in ationary observables, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese, M. Pietroni, A.

Riotto and D. Seery, CERN-PH-TH/2007{214, JCAP 0801 (2008) 01.

[5] On resumming in ationary perturbations beyond one-loop, A. Riotto and M. Sloth, CERN-PH-TH/2008{006, JCAP 0804

(2008) 030.

[6] Is Cosmology Compatible with Blue Gravity Waves?, R. Camerini, R. Durrer, A. Melchiorri and A. Riotto,

CERN-PH-TH/2008{026, Phys. Rev. D77 (2008) 101301.

[7] Supersymmetric leptogenesis and the gravitino bound, G.F. Giudice, L. Mether, A. Riotto and F. Riva,

CERN-PH-TH/2008{059, Phys. Lett. B664 (2008) 21.

[8] Latest in

ation constraints from cosmic microwave background measurements, W. Kinney, E.W. Kolb, A. Melchiorri and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D78 (2008) 087302.

[9] The impact of cosmic neutrinos on the gravitational-wave background, A. Mangilli, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto,

Phys. Rev. D78 (2008) 083517.

[10] Curvature perturbation from supersymmetric

at direction, A. Riotto and F. Riva, CERN-PH-TH/2008{131, Phys. Lett.

B670 (2008) 169.

[11] Parameterizing the eect of dark energy perturbations on the growth of structures, G. Ballesteros and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2008{160, Phys. Lett. B668 (2008) 171.

[12] Impact of uncertainties in the cosmological parameters on the measurement of primordial non-Gaussianity, M. Liguori and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D78 (2008) 123004.

[13] Successful type I leptogenesis with SO910)-inspired mass relations, P. Di Bari and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2008-193, Phys. Lett. B671 (2008) 462.

[14] CMBPol mission concept study: Probing in ation with CMB polarization, D. Baumann et al., arXiv:0811.3919v1 [astro-ph].

[15] On the non-Gaussianity from recombination, N. Bartolo and A. Riotto, DFPD-08-A-09, JCAP0903 (2009) 017.

[16] Non-linear power spectrum including massive neutrinos: the RG time

ow approach, J. Lesgourgues, S. Matarrese, M. Pietroni and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2008-248, JCAP 06 (2009) 017.

[17] Non -Gaussianity as a probe of the primordial universe and the astrophysics of the low redshift universe , E. Komatsu et al., submitted as CMB white paper for the NASA Astro2010 call.

[18] The origin of the Universe as revealed through the polarization of the cosmic microwave background , S. Dodelson et et al., submitted as CMB white paper for the NASA Astro2010 call.

[19] The halo mass function from the excursion set method. I First principle derivation for the non-markovian case of gaussian fluctuations and generic filter, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto, Astrophys. Journal 711 (2010) 907.

[20] The halo mass function from the excursion set method. II The diusing barrier, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto, Astrophys.

Journal. 717 (2010) 515.

[21] The halo mass function from the excursion set method. III First principle derivation for non-Gaussian theories, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto, Astrophys. Journal. 707 (2010) 526.

[22] CMB anisotropies at second-order III: bispectrum from products of the rst-order perturbations, D. Nitta, E. Komatsu, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, JCAP 0905 (2009) 14.

[23] The cosmic microwave background temperature bispectrum from scalar perturbations induced by primordial magnetic elds,

C. Caprini, F.Finelli, D. Paoletti and A. Riotto, JCAP 0906 (2009) 21.

[35] Path integral approach to non-Markovian rst-passage time problems, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto, submitted to Phys. Rev.

Lett.

[24] Cosmological perturbations in Horava-Lifshitz gravity, X. Gao, Y. Wang, R. Brandenberger and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D81

(2010) 083508.

[25] The probable fate of the Standard Model, J. Ellis, J.R. Espinosa, G.F. Giudice, A. Hoecker and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2009{058, Phys. Lett. B679 (2009) 369.

[26] Anisotropic bispectrum of curvature perturbations from primordial non-Abelian vector elds, N. Bartolo, E. Dimastrogiovanni, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2009-097, JCAP10 (2009) 015.

[27] Anisotropic trispectrum of curvature perturbations induced by primordial non-Abelian vector elds, N. Bartolo, E. Dimastrogiovanni, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2009-179, JCAP11 (2009) 028.

[28] The halo mass function from excursion set theory with a non-Gaussian trispectrum, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto, MNRAS

405 (2010) 1244.

[29] Signatures of primordial non-Gaussianities in the matter power spectrum and bispectrum: the time-RG approach, N. Bartolo, J.P. Almeida Beltran, S. Matarrese, M. Pietroni and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2009-260, JCAP03 (2010) 011.

[30] Non-Gaussianity and the cosmic microwave background anisotropies, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese and A. Rioto,

CERN-PH-TH/2010-006, invited review for Advances in Astronomy volume 2010 (2010), Article 011.

[31] Non-Gaussianity and statistical anisotropy from vector eld populated in

ationary models, E. Dimastrogiovanni, N. Bartolo,

S. Matarrse and A. Riotto, invited review for Advances in Astronomy volume 2010 (2010), Article ID 752670.

[32] Second-order perturbations in a CDM cosmology and primordial non-Gaussianity, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese, O. Pantano and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2010-044, Class. Quant. Grav. 27 (2010) 124009.

[33] Large non-Gaussianities in the eective eld theory approach to one-single eld in

ation: the bispectrum, N. Bartolo, M. Fasiello, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2010-076, JCAP 1008 (2010) 008

[34] Large non-Gaussianities in the eective eld theory approach to one-single eld in

ation: the trispectrum, N. Bartolo, M. Fasiello, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2010-146, JCAP 1009 (2010) 035.

[35] Excursion set for generic moving barriers and non-Gaussian initial conditions, A. De Simone, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto,

CERN-PH-TH/2010-159, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 412 (2011) 2587.

[36] The bias and mass function of dark matter haloes in non-Markovian extension of the excursion set theory, C.-P Ma, M. Maggiore, A. Riotto and J. Zhang, CERN-PH-TH/2010-165, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 411 (2011) 2644.

[37] Weak interactions are relevant for dark matter indirect detection, P. Ciafaloni, D. Comelli, A. Riotto, F. Sala, A. Strumia and A. Urbano, CERN-PH-TH/2010-179, JCAP 03 (2011) 019.

[38] Strongly scale-dependent non-Gaussianity, A. Riotto and M. Sloth, CERN-PT-TH/2010-206, Phys. Rev. D83 (2011)

041301(R).

[39] Particle Cosmology, A. Riotto, 48 pages, Lectures given at the 5th CERN-Latin-American School of High-Energy Physics", Recinto Quirama, Colombia, 15 - 28 Mar 2009 Journal-ref: CERN Yellow Report CERN-2010-001, pp. 315-362.

[40] Tilt and running of cosmological observables in generalized single-eld in

ation, N. Bartolo, M. Fasiello, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2010-238, JCAP 12 (2010) 026.

[41] The gauge-invariant bias of dark matter haloes with primordial non-Gaussianity, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto,

CERN-PH-TH/2010-270, JCAP04 (2011) 011.

[42] Testing SO(10)-inspired leptogenesis with low energy neutrino experiments, P. Di Bari and A. Riotto,

CERN-PH-TH/2010-292, JCAP 1104 (2011) 037.

[43] Conditional probabilities in the excursion set theory. Generic barriers and non-Gaussian initial conditions, A. De Simone, M. Maggiore and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2010-323, MNRAS 418 (2011) 2403.

[44] Perturbation theory of the cosmological log-density eld, X. Wang, M. Neyrinck, I. Szapudi, A. Szalay, X. Chen, J. Lesgourgues, A. Riotto and M. Sloth, Astrophys. Journal 735 (2011) 32.

[45] The Kramers-Moyal equation for the cosmological comoving curvature perturbation, M. Sloth and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2011-56, JCAP 1110 (2011) 003.

[46] On the importance of electroweak corrections for Majorana dark matter indirect detection, P. Ciafaloni, M. Cirelli, D. Comelli, A. De Simone, A. Riotto and A. Urbano, CERN-PH-TH/2011-040, JCAP 06 (2011) 018.

[47] Evolution equation for non-linear cosmological perturbations, R. Brustein and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2011-076, JCAP11

(2011) 006.

[48] Magnetic eld at rst order phase transition: a threat to electroweak baryogenesis, A. De Simone, G. Nardini, M. Quiros and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2011-177, JCAP10 (2011) 030.

[49] An estimator for the statistical anistropy from the CMB bispectrum, N. Bartolo, E. Dimastrogiovanni, M. Liguori, S.

Matarrese and A. Riotto, JCAP 1201 (2012) 029.

[50] Initial state radiation in Majorana dark matter annihilations, P. Ciafaloni, M. Cirelli, D. Comelli, A. De Simone, A. Riotto

and A. Urbano, CERN-PH-TH/2011-178, JCAP 1110 (2011) 034.

[51] Non-Gaussianity in the Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies at recombination in the squeezed limit, N. Bartolo, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2011-221, JCAP 1202 (2012) 017.

[52] Higgs mass implications on the stability of the electroweak vacuum, J. Elias-Miro, J.R. Espinosa, G.F. Giudice, G. Isidori, A. Riotto and A. Strumia, Phys. Lett. B709 (2012) 222.

[53] Asymmetric Higgsino dark matter, K. Blum, A. Efrati, Y. Grossman, Y. Nir and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109 (2012)

051302.

[54] Electroweak bremsstrahlung for wino-like dark matter annihilations, P. Ciafaloni, D. Comelli, A. De Simone, A. Riotto and A.

Urbano, JCAP06 (2012) 016.

[55] In aton or Curvaton? Constraints on Bimodal Primordial Spectra from Mixed Perturbations, B. Powell, W. Kinney, A.M. Dizgah and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D 86 (2012) 023527.

[56] Operator product expansion of in ationary correlators and conformal symmetry of de Sitter, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto,

Nucl. Phys. B864 (2012) 492.

[57] The effect of local non-Gaussianity on the matter bispectrum at small scales, D. G. Figueroa, E. Sefusatti, A. Riotto and F. Vernizzi, JCAP 1208 (2012) 036.

[58] Cosmological perturbations from the SM Higgs, A. De Simone and A. Riotto SISSA 24/2012/EP, JCAP 1302 (2013) 014.

[59] Testing multi-Field In

ation with galaxy bias , M. Biagetti, V. Desjacques and A. Riotto, MNRAS 249 (2012) 1774.

[60] The Four-point correlator in multield in

ation, the operator product expansion and the symmetries of de Sitter, A. Kehagias

and A. Riotto, Nucl. Phys. B 868 (2013) 577.

[61] Non-Gaussianities from the SM Higgs, A. De Simone, H. Perrier and A. Riotto SISSA 29/2012/EP, JCAP01 (2013) 037.

[62] A possible cosmological explanation of why supersymmetry is hiding at the LHC, Phys. Rev. D 86 (2012) 125038.

[63] Leptogenesis in the Universe , C.S. Fong, E. Nardi and A. Riotto, Adv. in High Energy Physics Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 158303.

[64] Testing the Running of non-Gaussianity through the CMB -distortion and the halo bias, M. Biagetti, V. Desjacques, H. Perrier and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D87, 063521 (2013).

[65] The non-Gaussian bias of the excursion set peaks, V. Desjacques, J-O. Gong and A. Riotto, JCAP 09 (2013) 006.

[66] Symmetries and consistency relation in the large-scale structure of the universe, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Nucl. Phys. B873 (2013) 514.

[67] Cosmological data and indications for new physics, M. Binetti, M. Garbino, W. Kinney, E.W. Kolb, M. Lattanzi, A. Melchiorri, L. Pagano and A. Riotto, JCAP 10 (2013) 030.

[68] Interpretation of AMS-02 results and correlations among dark matter signals, A. De Simone, A. Riotto and W. Xue, JCAP

05 (2013) 003.

[69] Symmetries of vector perturbations during the de Sitter epoch, M. Biagetti, A. Kehagias, E. Morgante, H. Perrier and A. Riotto, JCAP 07 (2013) 030.

[70] The role of electroweak corrections for the dark matter abundance, P. Ciafaloni, A. De Simone, E. Morgante, D. Comelli, A. Riotto and A. Urbano, CERN-PH-TH/2013-108, JCAP 10 (2013) 031.

[71] Renormalization of composite operators in time-dependent backgrounds, S. Dresti and A. Riotto, Nucl. Phys. B874 (2013) 792.

[72] Enhancing In ationary tensor modes through spectator elds, M. Biagetti, M. Fasiello and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D88 (2013) 103518.

[73] On the Starobinsky model of in ation from supergravity, F. Farakos, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Nucl. Phys. B876 (2013)

187.

[74] On the Validity of the eective eld theory for dark matter searches at the LHC, G. Busoni , A. De Simone, E. Morgante and A. Riotto, CERN-PH-TH/2013-151, Phys. Lett. B728 (2014) 412.

[75] Imprint of primordial non-Gaussianity on dark matter halo proles, A.Z. Dizgah, S. Dodelson and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev.

D88 (2013) 063513.

[76] Conformal symmetries of FRW accelerating cosmologies, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, accepted for publication in Nucl. Phys. B.

[77] Consequences of symmetries and consistency relations in the large-scale Structure of the universe for non-local bias and modified Gravity, A. Kehagias, J. Nore~na, H. Perrier and A. Riotto, Nucl. Phys. B883 (2014) 83.

[78] Equal-time consistency relations in the large-scale structure of the universe, A. Kehagias, H. Perrier and A. Riotto, Mod.

Phys. Lett. A29(2014) 1450152.

[79] Dark matter halo assembly bias: evironmental dependence in the non-markovian excursion set theory, C.-P Ma, A. Riotto and J. Zhang, Astrophys. Journ. 782 (2014) 44.

[80] Comments on the Starobinsky model of in ation and its descendants, A. Kehagias, A. Z. Dizgah and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev.

D89 (2014) 043527.

[81] Testing the origin of cosmological magnetic elds through the large-scale structure consistency relations, P. Berger, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JCAP 1405 (2014) 025.

[82] On the validity of the eective eld theory for dark matter searches at the LHC Part II: complete analysis for the s-channel,

G. Busoni , A. De Simone, J. Gramling, E. Morgante and A. Riotto, JCAP 06 (2014) 060.

[83] Remarks about the tensor mode detection by the BICEP2 collaboration and the super-planckian excursions of the in aton field, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D 89 (2014) 101301.

[84] The Imaginary Starobinsky Model, S. Ferrara, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys. 62 (2014) 573.

[85] Non-local halo bias with and without massive neutrinos , M. Biagetti, V. Desjacques, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev.

D90 (2014) 045022.

[86] Higher curvature corrections to the imaginary Starobinsky model, S. Ferrara, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys. 63

(2015) 2.

[87] On the Validity of the Eective Field Theory for Dark Matter Searches at the LHC Part III: Analysis for the t-channel, G. Busoni , A. De Simone, T. Jacques, E. Morgante and A. Riotto, JCAP 09 (2014) 022.

[88] ATLAS collaboration Sensitivity to WIMP dark matter in the nal states containing jets and missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS detector at 14 TeV LHC, ATL-PHYS-PUB-2014-007, ATLAS internal note (June 2014).

[89] V. Pettorino, G. Busoni, A. De Simone, E. Morgante, A. Riotto and W. Xue, Can AMS-02 discriminate the origin of an anti-proton signal?, JCAP 10 (2014) 078.

[90] A. Kehagias, A. Z. Dizgah, J. Nore~na, H. Perrier and A. Riotto, A consistency relation for the CMB B-mode polarization in the squeezed limit, JCAP 10 (2014) 011.

[91] On the halo velocity bias, M. Biagetti, V. Desjacques, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D90 (2014) 103529.

[92] Simplied models for dark matter and missing energy searches at the LHC, J. Abdallah et al., White Paper of the DM Search at LHC Working Group, Phys. Dark Univ. 9-10 8.

[93] Supersymmetry breaking and in ation from higher curvature supergravity, I. Dalianis, F. Farakos, A. Kehagias, A. Riotto and R. von Unge, JHEP 1501 (2015) 043.

[94] Making the most of the relic density for dark Matter searches at the LHC 14 TeV Run, G. Busoni , A. De Simone, T.

Jacques, E. Morgante and A. Riotto, JCAP 03 (2015) 022.

[95] High energy physics signatures from In ation and conformal symmetry of de Sitter, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys. 63 (2015) 53.

[96] Search for new phenomena in nal states with an energetic jet and large missing transverse momentum in pp collisions at p

s = 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector, G. Aad et al. [ATLAS Collaboration], Eur. Phys. J. C 75 (2015) 7.

[97] What we can learn from the running of the spectral Index if no tensors are detected in the cosmic microwave background anisotropy, M. Biagetti, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D 91 (2015) 10, 103527.

[98] Black hole solutions in R2 gravity, A. Kehagias, C. Kounnas, D. Lust and A. Riotto, JHEP 1505 (2015) 143.

[99] A. Kehagias, A. Z. Dizgah, J. Nore~na, H. Perrier and A. Riotto, A consistency relation for the observed galaxy bispectrum and the local non-Gaussianity from relativistic corrections, JCAP 1508 (2015) 08, 018.

[100] J.R. Espinosa, G. F. Giudice, E. Morgante, A. Riotto, L. Senatore, A. Strumia and N. Tetradis, The cosmological Higgstory of the vacuum instability, JHEP 1509 (2015) 174.

[101] Aspects of quadratic gravity, L. Alvarez-Gaume, A. Kehagias, C. Kounnas, D. Lust and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys. 64 (2016) 176.

[102] Simplied models for dark matter searches at the LHC, J. Abdallah et al., summary of the discussions and conclusions following from Dark Matter@LHC 2014, held at Merton College, Oxford, on September 25-27, 2014, Phys. Dark Univ. 9-10

(2015) 8.

[103] Dark Matter Benchmark Models for Early LHC Run-2 Searches: Report of the ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum, white paper, D. Abercrombie et al..

[104] The halo Boltzmann equation,M. Biagetti, V. Desjacques, A. Kehagias, D. Racco and A. Riotto, JCAP 04 (2016) 040.

[105] BMS in cosmology, A. Kehagias, and A. Riotto, JCAP 1605 (2016) 05, 059.

[106] Recommendations on presenting LHC searches for missing transverse energy signals using simplied s-channel models of dark matter, A. Boveia et al., CERN-LPCC-2016-001 preprint from the LHC DM WG.

[107] The 750 GeV diphoton excess, dark matter and constraints from the IceCube experiment, E. Morgante, D. Racco, M. Rameez and A. Riotto, JHEP 1607 (2016) 141.

[108] Complementarity of DM searches in a consistent simplied model: the case of Z

0 , T. Jacques, A. Katz, E. Morgante, D. Racco, M. Rameez and A. Riotto, JHEP 1610 (2016) 071.

[109] Scanning of the supersymmetry breaking scale and the gravitino mass in supergravity, F. Farakos, A. Kehagias, D. Racco and A. Riotto, JHEP 1606 (2016) 120.

[110] Baryogenesis and gravitational waves from runaway bubble collisions, A. Katz and A. Riotto, JCAP 1611 (2016) no.11, 011.

[111] Gauge-independent scales related to the Standard Model vacuum instability, J.R. Espinosa, M. Garny, T. Konstandin and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D95 (2017) no.5, 056004.

[112] Towards a gravity dual for the large scale structure of the universe, A. Kehagias, M. Sloth and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys. 64

(2016) no. 11-12.

[113] Non-Gaussianities due to relativistic corrections to the observed galaxy bispectrum, E. Di Dio, H. Perrier, R. Durrer, G. Marozzi, A. Z. Dizgah, J. Nore~na and A. Riotto, JCAP 03 (2017) 006.

[114] Clockwork in ation, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Lett. B767 (2017) 73.

[115] In ation and Conformal Invariance:The Perspective from Radial Quantization, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys.

65 (2017) no.5, 1700023.

[116] Recommendations of the LHC Dark Matter Working Group: Comparing LHC searches for heavy mediators of dark matter production in visible and invisible decay channels, A. Albert et al., White Paper of the DM Search at LHC Working Group.

[117] On the In

ationary perturbations of massive higher-spin elds, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JCAP 1707 (2017) no.07, 046.

[118] On the catalysis of the electroweak vacuum decay by black holes at high temperature, D. Canko, I. Gialamas, G. Jelic-Cizmek,

A. Riotto and N. Tetradis, Eur. Phys. J. C 78 (2018) 328.

[119] Detecting higher-spin elds through statistical anisotropy in the CMB and galaxy power spectra, N. Bartolo, A. Kehagias, M. Liguori, A. Riotto, M. Shiraishi and V. Tansella, Phys. Rev. D97 (2018) no.2, 023503.

[120] The impact of ultra-light axion self-interactions on the large scale structure of the Universe, V. Desjacques, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D97 (2018) 023529.

[121] The supergravity clockwork, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JHEP 1802 (2018) 160.

[122] A cosmological signature of the Standard Model Higgs vacuum instability: primordial black holes as dark matter, J.R.Espinosa, D. Racco and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120 (2018) 121301.

[123] Imprints of spinning particles on primordial cosmological perturbations, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JCAP 02

(2018) no.07, 023.

[124] Primordial black holes from in ation and non-Gaussianity, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, JCAP

1803 (2018) no. 03, 016. vskip 0.2cm [125] Detecting higher-spin elds through statistical anisotropy in the CMB bispectrum, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias, A. Riotto and M. Shiraishi, Phys. Rev. D98 (2018) 043533.

[126] Primordial black holes from in ation and quantum diusion, M. Biagetti G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias, and A. Riotto,

JCAP07 (2018) 032.

[127] A cosmological signature of the Standard Model Higgs vacuum instability: Gravitational Waves. , J.R.Espinosa, D. Racco and A. Riotto, JCAP 09 (2018) 012.

[128] Primordial Black Holes from Higgs Vacuum Instability: Avoiding Fine-tuning through an Ultraviolet Safe Mechanism, J.R.Espinosa, D. Racco and A. Riotto, Eur. Phys. J. C 78 (2018) 806.

[129] Liberated N = 1 supergravity, F. Farakos, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JHEP 1806 (2018) 011.

[130] Constraints on long-lived, higher-spin particles from galaxy bispectrum, A.M. Dizgah, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D 98 (2018) no.6, 063520.

[131] The spatial clustering of primordial black holes, V. Desjacques and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D 98 (2018) no.12, 123533.

[132] A note on in

ation and the swampland, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Fortschr. Phys. 66 (2018) 1800052.

[133] The Primordial black hole dark matter - LISA serendipity, N. Bartolo, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, A. Lewis, M. Peloso and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. Lett. 122 (2019) 211301.

[134] Testing primordial black holes as dark matter through LISA , N. Bartolo, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, M. Peloso, D. Racco and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D 99 (2019) no.10, 103521.

[135] Implications of the detection of primordial gravitational waves for the Standard Model, Franciolini, G.F. Giudice, D. Racco and A. Riotto, JCAP 05 (2019) 022.

[136] Cosmological shapes of higher-spin gravity, A. Anninos, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JCAP 04

(2019) 045.

[137] The Initial spin probability distribution of primordial black holes, V. De Luca, V. Desjaques, G. Franciolini, A. Malhotra and A. Riotto, JCAP 05 (2019) 018.

[138] The ineludible non-Gaussianity of the primordial black hole abundance, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, M. Peloso, A. Kehagias, A. Riotto and C. Unal, JCAP 2019 (2019) no.07, 048.

[139] Gravitational waves from peaks, V. De Luca, V. Desjaques, G. Franciolini, and A. Riotto, JCAP 1909 (2019) no.09, 059.

[140] Non-Gaussian formation of primordial black holes: eects on the threshold, A. Kehagias, I. Musco, and A. Riotto, JCAP 12

(2019) 029.

[142] Primordial black holes from broad spectra: abundance and clustering, A. Dizgah, G. Franciolini and A. Riotto, JCAP 1911

(2019) no.11, 001.

[143] The selsh Higgs, G.F. Giudice, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JHEP 10 (2019) 199.

[144] Constraining tensor non-Gaussianity through the CMB bispectra, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias, A. Riotto, and M. Shiraishi, Phys. Rev. D 100 (2019) no.6, 063535.

[145] Anisotropies and non-Gaussianity of the cosmological gravitational wave background , N. Bartolo, D. Bertacca, S. Matarrese, M. Peloso, A. Ricciardone, A. Riotto, and G. Tasinato, Phys. Rev. D100 (2019) 121501(R).

[146] Gravitational wave anisotropies from primordial black holes, N. Bartolo, D. Bertacca, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, S. Matarrese, M. Peloso, A. Ricciardone, A. Riotto, and G. Tasinato,JCAP 2002, no. 02, 028 (2020).

[147] A note on the swampland distance conjecture, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, Fortsch. Phys. 68, no. 1, (2020) 1900099.

[148] On the gauge invariance of cosmological gravitational waves, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, JCAP 03 (2020) 014.

[149] Characterizing the cosmological gravitational wave background: anisotropies and non-Gaussianity, N. Bartolo, D. Bertacca, S. Matarrese, M. Peloso, A. Ricciardone, A. Riotto, and G. Tasinato, Phys. Rev. D 102 (2020) 023527.

[150] On the primordial black hole mass function for broad spectra, . De Luca, G. Franciolini and A. Riotto, Phys. Lett. B 807 (2020) 135550.

[151] The Evolution of primordial black holes and their nal observable spins, De Luca, G. Franciolini, P. Pani and A. Riotto, JCAP 04 (2020) 052.

[152] Constraints on primordial black holes: the importance of accretion, De Luca, G. Franciolini, P. Pani and A. Riotto, Phys.

Rev. D102 (2020) 4, 043505.

[152] In ation and Decoupling, G. Dvali, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett.

[153] Primordial black boles confront LIGO/Virgo data: current situation, De Luca, G. Franciolini, P. Pani and A. Riotto, JCAP 06 (2020) 044.

[154] The importance of priors on LIGO-Virgo parameter estimation: the case of primordial black holes, S.Bhagwat, De Luca, G. Franciolini, P. Pani and A. Riotto, JCAP 01 (2021) 037.

[155] The GW190521 mass gap event and the primordial black hole scenario, V. Desjaques, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, P. Pani and A. Riotto, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett.

[156] The clustering evolution of primordial black holes, V. Desjaques, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, and A. Riotto, JCAP 11 (2020) 028.

[157] NANOGrav hints to primordial black holes as dark matter, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. lett. 126, 041303 (2021).

[158] Constraining the primordial black hole scenario with Bayesian inference and machine learning: The GWTC-2 gravitational wave catalog, K. Wong, G. Franciolini, V. De Luca,V. Baibhav, E. Berti, P. Pani, and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D103 (2021) 2, 023026.

[159] The threshold for primordial black hole formation: a simple analytic prescription, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, I. Musco and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D103. (2021), 063538.

[160] The astro-primordial black hole merger rates: a reappraisal, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias, K. Kritos and A. Riotto, JCAP 05 (2021) 039.

[161] Bayesian evidence for both astrophysical and primordial black holes: mapping the GWTC-2 catalog to third-generation detectors, G. Franciolini, V. De Luca, P. Pani, and A. Riotto, JCAP 05 (2021) 003.

[162] Standard Model baryon number violation seeded by black holes, G. Franciolini, V. De Luca, and A. Riotto, Phys. Lett. B819 (2021), 136.

[163] Constraining the initial primordial black Hole clustering with CMB-distortion, G. Franciolini, V. De Luca, and A. Riotto, Phys. Rev. D104 (2021) 6, 063526.

[164] Evidence for primordial black holes in LIGO/Virgo gravitational-wave data, G. Franciolini, V. Baibhav, V. De Luca, K.K.Y.

Ng, K.W.K. Wong, E. Berti, P. Pani, A. Riotto, and S. Vitale, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett.

[165] The Formation Probability of Primordial Black Holes, M. Biagetti, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, A. Kehagias, and A. Riotto, Phys. Lett. B820 (2021) 136602.

[166] Topological early universe cosmology, A. Kehagias and A. Riotto, submitted to JCAP.

[167] The Minimum testable abundance of primordial black Holes at future gravitational-wave detectors, G. Franciolini, V. De Luca, P. Pani, and A. Riotto, accepted for publication in JCAP.

[168] Stochastic gravitational-wave background as a tool to investigate multi-channel astrophysical and primordial black-hole mergers , S. Bavera, G. Cusin, T. Fragos, G. Franciolini, A. Riotto, and M. Zevin, submitted to Astronomy and Astrophysics Journal.

[169] Bubble Correlation in First-Order Phase Transitions, V. De Luca, G. Franciolini and A. Riotto, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett.

Divulgative articles

[1] La soluzione e oltre l'orizzonte, E.W. Kolb, S. Matarrese, A. Notari and A. Riotto, Darwin 7 (2005) 42.

[2] Einstein aveva ragione anche quando aveva torto?, public lecture at the 9th edition Mantova Festivaletteratura, September the 9th, 2005, Casa del Mantegna.

[3] L'impronta del Big Bang, A. Melchiorri, S. Matarrese and A. Riotto, Le Scienze, 461 (2007) 40.

[4] Un'intuizione spettacolare, A. Riotto, Asimmetrie, 28/6.20/Origini.

Interviews on the press

[1] Particules trop veloces de Anne-Muriel Brouet, La Tribune de Geneve, 30 november 2011.

[2] C'e un altro mondo oltre a quello noto. Ecco come lo troveremo by Gabriele Beccaria, La Stampa, 5 July 2017.

[3] Un premio al sico veneziano del cosmo che viaggia verso l'origine dei buchi neri by Roberta De Rossi, La Nuova Venezia, 14 January 2019.

[4] Cosmic Ringtones in Pulsar Data? by Michael Schirber, Physics 14, 15, 2021 American Physical Society, 28 January 28 2021.

[5] Galaxy-Size Gravitational-Wave Detector Hints at Exotic Physics by Adam Mann, Scientic American, February 3, 2021.

[6] Theoretical interpretations of the pulsar timing data recently released by NANOGrav by Ingrid Fardelli, Phys.Org, March 2021.

[7] Study shows that the GW190521 event could be explained by primordial black holes by Ingrid Fardelli, Phys.Org, March 2021.