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Physics
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127
Citations
69,717
273
World Ranking
417
National Ranking
231

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

His primary scientific interests are in Inflation, Theoretical physics, Inflaton, Particle physics and Eternal inflation. His Inflation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cosmology, Adiabatic process and Supergravity. His study in Theoretical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spontaneous symmetry breaking, Black hole, Classical mechanics and Planck length.

His research in Classical mechanics intersects with topics in Perfect Cosmological Principle, Inflationary epoch, Moduli, Universe and Magnetic monopole. His work carried out in the field of Inflaton brings together such families of science as Field, Primordial fluctuations and Parametric oscillator. His research on Eternal inflation often connects related topics like Mathematical physics.

- A new inflationary universe scenario: A possible solution of the horizon, flatness, homogeneity, isotropy and primordial monopole problems (4369 citations)
- De Sitter vacua in string theory (3474 citations)
- Particle Physics and Inflationary Cosmology (1961 citations)

His main research concerns Inflation, Theoretical physics, Particle physics, Supergravity and Eternal inflation. His study in the field of Inflaton is also linked to topics like Scalar. His studies in Theoretical physics integrate themes in fields like Universe, De Sitter universe and Classical mechanics.

His Particle physics research includes elements of Phase transition and Hubble's law. His Supergravity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supersymmetry breaking, Minkowski space, Brane and Moduli. His research integrates issues of Perfect Cosmological Principle, String theory landscape, Cosmological constant problem, Anthropic principle and Entropy in his study of Eternal inflation.

- Inflation (52.94%)
- Theoretical physics (51.41%)
- Particle physics (30.18%)

- Inflation (52.94%)
- Supergravity (26.60%)
- Theoretical physics (51.41%)

His primary areas of investigation include Inflation, Supergravity, Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics and Inflaton. In the subject of general Inflation, his work in Eternal inflation is often linked to Attractor, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Andrei Linde combines subjects such as Supersymmetry breaking, De Sitter universe and Moduli with his study of Supergravity.

Andrei Linde has researched Theoretical physics in several fields, including Sgoldstino, Superpotential, Cosmology, Spontaneous symmetry breaking and Nilpotent. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lambda and Spectral index in addition to Mathematical physics. His Inflaton research includes themes of Flatness, Universe and Classical mechanics.

- Superconformal Inflationary $lpha$-Attractors (497 citations)
- Superconformal inflationary α-attractors (486 citations)
- Superconformal inflationary α-attractors (486 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

Andrei Linde mostly deals with Inflation, Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Attractor and Theoretical physics. He interconnects Dark energy, Planck and Gravitation in the investigation of issues within Inflation. The concepts of his Supergravity study are interwoven with issues in Supersymmetry breaking, String theory and De Sitter universe.

His research investigates the connection between Mathematical physics and topics such as Inflaton that intersect with issues in Scalar potential and Universe. As a part of the same scientific study, Andrei Linde usually deals with the Theoretical physics, concentrating on Nilpotent and frequently concerns with D-brane and Sgoldstino. His Eternal inflation study incorporates themes from Scalar field and Symmetry.

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A new inflationary universe scenario: A possible solution of the horizon, flatness, homogeneity, isotropy and primordial monopole problems

Andrei D. Linde.

Physics Letters B **(1982)**

8643 Citations

De Sitter vacua in string theory

Shamit Kachru;Renata Kallosh;Andrei D. Linde;Sandip P. Trivedi.

Physical Review D **(2003)**

3726 Citations

Particle Physics and Inflationary Cosmology

Andrei D. Linde.

**(1990)**

3127 Citations

Reheating after inflation.

Lev Kofman;Andrei D. Linde;Alexei A. Starobinsky;Alexei A. Starobinsky.

Physical Review Letters **(1994)**

2126 Citations

Towards the theory of reheating after inflation

Lev Kofman;Andrei D. Linde;Alexei A. Starobinsky.

Physical Review D **(1997)**

2032 Citations

Hybrid Inflation

Andrei Linde.

Physical Review D **(1993)**

1723 Citations

Towards inflation in string theory

Shamit Kachru;Renata Kallosh;Andrei D. Linde;Juan Martin Maldacena.

Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics **(2003)**

1290 Citations

Eternally existing self-reproducing chaotic inflanationary universe

Andrei D. Linde;Andrei D. Linde.

Physics Letters B **(1986)**

1131 Citations

Phase transitions in gauge theories and cosmology

Andrei D. Linde.

Reports on Progress in Physics **(1979)**

1112 Citations

Infrared problem in the thermodynamics of the Yang-Mills gas

Andrei D. Linde.

Physics Letters B **(1980)**

998 Citations

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