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Mathematics
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46
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121
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959
National Ranking
459

1996 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

1995 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

1990 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

- Quantum mechanics
- Pure mathematics
- Topology

His primary scientific interests are in Pure mathematics, DUAL, Gauge theory, Mathematical analysis and Nonlinear system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Discrete mathematics and Product in addition to Pure mathematics. The Gauge theory study combines topics in areas such as Structure, Theoretical physics, Calculus and Superconductivity.

In general Mathematical analysis study, his work on Conservation law, Simultaneous equations and Multiplicity often relates to the realm of Complex system and First order, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His studies examine the connections between Nonlinear system and genetics, as well as such issues in Action, with regards to Mathematical physics, Morse theory, Simple and Limit. His Symplectic geometry research includes elements of Positive-definite matrix, Existence theorem and Homology.

- THE SEIBERG-WITTEN INVARIANTS AND SYMPLECTIC FORMS (574 citations)
- Arbitrary $N$-vortex solutions to the first order Ginzburg-Landau equations (327 citations)
- SW ⇒ Gr: From the Seiberg-Witten equations to pseudo-holomorphic curves (321 citations)

Clifford Henry Taubes mostly deals with Pure mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Symplectic geometry, Floer homology and Homology. His is doing research in Manifold, Invariant, Moduli space, Holomorphic function and Cohomology, both of which are found in Pure mathematics. His Moduli space research incorporates themes from Symplectization and Combinatorics.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mathematical physics and Pseudoholomorphic curve. Clifford Henry Taubes interconnects Cobordism, Axiom, Betti number and Chord in the investigation of issues within Symplectic geometry. His Floer homology study also includes

- Morse homology that intertwine with fields like Khovanov homology,
- Weinstein conjecture which is related to area like Vector field.

- Pure mathematics (57.48%)
- Mathematical analysis (25.20%)
- Symplectic geometry (17.32%)

- Pure mathematics (57.48%)
- Floer homology (15.75%)
- Homology (12.60%)

Clifford Henry Taubes mainly investigates Pure mathematics, Floer homology, Homology, Isomorphism and Mathematical physics. His study in Pure mathematics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mathematical analysis, Series and Product. His Mathematical analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Spinor field and Riemann curvature tensor.

His Floer homology study deals with Cohomology intersecting with Yang–Mills existence and mass gap and Mapping torus. His Homology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geometry and topology, Cobordism, Topology, Axiom and Lemma. The Spinor research he does as part of his general Mathematical physics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Octahedron, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.

- Evolutionary construction by staying together and coming together (77 citations)
- Compactness theorems for SL(2;C) generalizations of the 4-dimensional anti-self dual equations, Part I (46 citations)
- Proof of the Arnold chord conjecture in three dimensions, II (43 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Topology

Clifford Henry Taubes spends much of his time researching Mathematical analysis, Symplectic geometry, Pure mathematics, Combinatorics and Extension. His research integrates issues of Spinor field, Spinor and Mathematical physics in his study of Mathematical analysis. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Pure mathematics and Mayer–Vietoris sequence.

His Combinatorics study incorporates themes from Cobordism, Axiom and Chord. His Extension research includes themes of Discrete mathematics, Curvature, Compact space and Dual. Clifford Henry Taubes has researched Discrete mathematics in several fields, including Structure, Group and PSL.

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Vortices and Monopoles: Structure of Static Gauge Theories

Arthur M. Jaffe;Clifford Henry Taubes.

**(1980)**

1241 Citations

THE SEIBERG-WITTEN INVARIANTS AND SYMPLECTIC FORMS

Clifford Henry Taubes.

Mathematical Research Letters **(1994)**

885 Citations

Arbitrary $N$-vortex solutions to the first order Ginzburg-Landau equations

Clifford Henry Taubes.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1980)**

518 Citations

SW ⇒ Gr: From the Seiberg-Witten equations to pseudo-holomorphic curves

Clifford Taubes.

Journal of the American Mathematical Society **(1996)**

502 Citations

On Witten's proof of the positive energy theorem

Thomas Parker;Clifford Henry Taubes.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1982)**

467 Citations

On the self‐linking of knots

Raoul Bott;Clifford Taubes.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1994)**

443 Citations

The Seiberg–Witten equations and the Weinstein conjecture

Clifford Henry Taubes.

Geometry & Topology **(2007)**

372 Citations

Casson's invariant and gauge theory

Clifford Henry Taubes.

Journal of Differential Geometry **(1990)**

342 Citations

Gauge theory on asymptotically periodic {4}-manifolds

Clifford Henry Taubes.

Journal of Differential Geometry **(1987)**

317 Citations

The Seiberg-Witten and Gromov invariants

Clifford Henry Taubes.

Mathematical Research Letters **(1995)**

315 Citations

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