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Mathematics
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36
Citations
4,229
149
World Ranking
1823
National Ranking
127

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His primary areas of study are Mathematical physics, Hermitian matrix, Quantum mechanics, Hamiltonian and Time evolution. His work carried out in the field of Mathematical physics brings together such families of science as Bound state, Invariant and Ising model. Hermitian matrix is a subfield of Pure mathematics that Andreas Fring tackles.

His research on Quantum mechanics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Affine transformation. The concepts of his Affine transformation study are interwoven with issues in Field, Boundary value problem, Current algebra and Lie algebra. His research investigates the connection between Time evolution and topics such as Hamiltonian system that intersect with issues in Amplitude and Harmonic oscillator.

- Form factors for integrable lagrangian field theories, the sinh-Gordon model (151 citations)
- Exact form factors in integrable quantum field theories: the sine-Gordon model (141 citations)
- Factorized scattering in the presence of reflecting boundaries (136 citations)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical physics, Hermitian matrix, Quantum mechanics, Hamiltonian and Pure mathematics. His research links Field with Mathematical physics. His Hermitian matrix research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hamiltonian system, Metric, Quantum, Isospectral and Harmonic oscillator.

His biological study focuses on Spectrum. Andreas Fring has included themes like Mathematical analysis, Differential equation, Classical mechanics, Lattice and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors in his Hamiltonian study. The concepts of his Toda field theory study are interwoven with issues in Matrix, Coupling constant and Affine transformation.

- Mathematical physics (48.78%)
- Hermitian matrix (27.64%)
- Quantum mechanics (24.80%)

- Mathematical physics (48.78%)
- Hermitian matrix (27.64%)
- Quantum (10.57%)

Andreas Fring mostly deals with Mathematical physics, Hermitian matrix, Quantum, Theoretical physics and Metric. The various areas that Andreas Fring examines in his Mathematical physics study include Quantum nonlocality, Equivalence, Schrödinger equation, Heisenberg picture and Hamiltonian. Andreas Fring combines subjects such as Hamiltonian system, Hilbert space, Exceptional point, Range and Abelian group with his study of Hermitian matrix.

His study in Quantum is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phase, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Invariant and Schrödinger's cat. His Theoretical physics research includes elements of Field, Conformal map, Superselection and Quantum optics. His Metric research incorporates themes from Ansatz, Harmonic oscillator and Quartic function.

- Pt Symmetry: In Quantum And Classical Physics (58 citations)
- A squeezed review on coherent states and nonclassicality for non-Hermitian systems with minimal length (24 citations)
- Solvable two-dimensional time-dependent non-Hermitian quantum systems with infinite dimensional Hilbert space in the broken PT-regime (21 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical physics, Hermitian matrix, Quantum, Parity and Schrödinger equation. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Mathematical physics and Curvature. His Hermitian matrix study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range, Superselection, Applied mathematics and Dissipative system.

His Quantum study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Quantum mechanics. His Parity research incorporates elements of Partial differential equation, Goldstone boson, Quantum field theory and Nonlinear system. His Schrödinger equation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Commutative diagram, Hierarchy, Airy function, Scheme and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors.

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Exact form factors in integrable quantum field theories: the sine-Gordon model

Hratchya M. Babujian;A. Fring;M. Karowski;A. Zapletal.

Nuclear Physics **(1999)**

209 Citations

Form factors for integrable lagrangian field theories, the sinh-Gordon model

A Fring;Giuseppe Mussardo;P. Simonetti.

Nuclear Physics **(1993)**

209 Citations

Pt Symmetry: In Quantum And Classical Physics

Carl M Bender;Patrick E Dorey;Clare Dunning;Andreas Fring.

**(2018)**

181 Citations

Factorized scattering in the presence of reflecting boundaries

Andreas Fring;Roland Köberle.

Nuclear Physics **(1994)**

160 Citations

Time evolution of non-Hermitian Hamiltonian systems

Carla Figueira de Morisson Faria;Andreas Fring.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(2006)**

153 Citations

Time evolution of non-Hermitian Hamiltonian systems

C Figueira de Morisson Faria;A Fring.

Journal of Physics A **(2006)**

121 Citations

The mass spectrum and coupling in affine Toda theories

A. Fring;H.C. Liao;David I. Olive.

Physics Letters B **(1991)**

117 Citations

Affine Toda Field Theory in the Presence of Reflecting Boundaries

Andreas Fring;Roland Köberle.

Nuclear Physics **(1994)**

105 Citations

Minimal length in quantum mechanics and non-Hermitian Hamiltonian systems

Bijan Bagchi;Andreas Fring.

Physics Letters A **(2009)**

95 Citations

Unitary quantum evolution for time-dependent quasi-Hermitian systems with nonobservable Hamiltonians

Andreas Fring;Miled H. Y. Moussa;Miled H. Y. Moussa.

Physical Review A **(2016)**

92 Citations

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