We consider models of inflection point inflation. The main drawback of such models is that they suffer from the overshoot problem. Namely the initial condition should be fine tuned to be near the inflection point for the universe to inflate. We show that stringy realizations of inflection point inflation are common and offer a natural resolution to the overshoot problem.
- Cosmology of theories beyond the SM
- Flux compactifications
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics