We comemorate in 2021 100th Anniversary of Andrei D. Sakahrov and UNESCO has nominated this year as the A.D. Sakharov year to celebrate his many achievement. “Cosmoparticle Physics as Cross-Disciplinary Science” is the last in the long list of Sakharov’s publications, and thus, studies of the fundamental relationship of cosmology and particle physics continue his scientific legacy. Sakharov conditions in baryosynthesis, Sakharov oscillations in CMB or Sakharov enhancement in dark matter annihilation are only few examples of the great legacy of A.D. Sakharov in the modern theory of the Universe. This Special Issue aims to discuss the state-of-the-art in the development of Sakharov’s legacy in studies of the mutual relationship of the basis of modern particle physics and cosmology, as well as the nontrivial features of its indirect physical, cosmological, and astrophysical probes. Such features involve but are not reduced to models of the very early Universe and their observational signatures, physics of dark matter and its direct and indirect probes, as well as to a wide range of models beyond the standard models of particle physics and cosmology and their effects.
Prof. Dr. Maxim Yu. Khlopov