Gansukh Tumurtushaa 將颯克
Current Research Interests
Since I believe that a lot of mysteries of nature might be hiding in the physics of the early universe, my main research interests tend to focus on topics of early universe cosmology, including the initial condition of the universe, cosmic inflation, primordial origins of gravitational waves and black holes. Besides, in recent years, I have developing interests in the nature of dark matter and dark energy and classical and quantum aspects of gravity.
- Bilguun Bayarsaikhan, Seoktae Koh, Enkhbat Tsedenbaljir, Gansukh Tumurtushaa, “Constraints on dark energy models from Horndeski theory,” JCAP 11 (2020) 057;
- Seokcheon Lee and Gansukh Tumurtushaa, “The viable f(G) gravity models via reconstruction from the observations,” JCAP 06 (2020) 029;
- Gansukh Tumurtushaa, “Inflation with Derivative Self-interaction and Coupling to Gravity,” Eur. Phys. J. C 79 (2019) 920;
- Rong-Gen Cai, Sunly Khimphun, Bum-Hoon Lee, Sichun Sun, Gansukh Tumurtushaa, Yun-Long Zhang, “Emergent Dark Universe and the Swampland Criteria,” Physics of the Dark Universe 26 (2019) 100387;
- Gansukh Tumurtushaa, Dong-Han Yeom, “Quantum creation of traversable wormholes ex nihilo in Gauss-Bonnet-dilaton gravity,” Eur. Phys. J. C79 (2019) 488;
- Seoktae Koh, Bum-Hoon Lee, and Gansukh Tumurtushaa, “Constraints on the Reheating Parameters after Gauss-Bonnet Inflation from the primordial Gravitational Waves,” Phys. Rev. D 98, 103511 (2018);
- Seoktae Koh, Bum-Hoon Lee, Wonwoo Lee, and Gansukh Tumurtushaa, ”Observational Constraints on Slow-roll Inflation coupled to a Gauss-Bonnet term,” Phys. Rev. D 90, 063527 (2014);
I was born and grew up in Mongolia. After receiving my B.Sc. in Physics from the National University of Mongolia in 2010, I moved to Seoul for my Ph.D. study and started my ten years of journey in Korea. Supervised by Prof. Bum-Hoon Lee, I obtained my Ph.D. in Physics from Sogang University in Aug. 2016 and remained at Sogang, as a post-doc researcher in the Center for Quantum Spacetime (CQUeST), until Mar. 2017. In Apr. 2017, I joined the Center for Theoretical Physics of the Universe, Institute for Basic Science, Korea, as a research fellow and worked there for three years until Mar. 2020. Before coming to Taiwan, I held two short-term post-doc positions in the Physics Education Department of Jeju National University (Apr. 2020 – Aug. 2020) and CQUeST (Sep. 2020 – Nov. 2020). While living in Korea, I found myself interested in learning new languages. Thus, I plan to learn Chinese and hope to pass the level-2 of the HSK test when leaving Taiwan.