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Physics
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89
Citations
24,703
351
World Ranking
1690
National Ranking
21

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Electron

Craig D. Roberts mainly focuses on Particle physics, Quark, Quantum chromodynamics, Bethe–Salpeter equation and Meson. His study in Hadron, Bound state, Diquark, Lattice field theory and Pseudoscalar is carried out as part of his studies in Particle physics. His research integrates issues of Nucleon and Strong interaction in his study of Quark.

His Quantum chromodynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Theoretical physics, Quantum field theory, Observable and Constant. His Bethe–Salpeter equation research includes themes of Scalar meson, Pion, Mathematical physics, Chiral symmetry breaking and Pseudoscalar meson. While the research belongs to areas of Meson, he spends his time largely on the problem of Renormalization, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Exponential decay and Center.

- Dyson-Schwinger equations and their application to hadronic physics (721 citations)
- Dyson-Schwinger equations and their application to hadronic physics (721 citations)
- Dyson-Schwinger equations: Density, temperature and continuum strong QCD (399 citations)

Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Meson and Chiral symmetry breaking are his primary areas of study. Hadron, Pion, Nucleon, Baryon and Bethe–Salpeter equation are the core of his Particle physics study. The concepts of his Quantum chromodynamics study are interwoven with issues in Propagator, Theoretical physics, Quantum field theory and Observable.

His Quark research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bound state and Mathematical physics. His Meson research integrates issues from Lattice field theory, Symmetry, Scalar and Nuclear theory. His Chiral symmetry breaking study which covers Quark–gluon plasma that intersects with Deconfinement.

- Particle physics (97.14%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (75.18%)
- Quark (61.10%)

- Particle physics (97.14%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (75.18%)
- Quark (61.10%)

Craig D. Roberts focuses on Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Meson and Chiral symmetry breaking. His Particle physics study is mostly concerned with Hadron, Pion, Parton, Baryon and Nucleon. Craig D. Roberts has included themes like Bethe–Salpeter equation, Theoretical physics, Quantum field theory and Observable in his Quantum chromodynamics study.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Bound state, Lattice field theory, Standard Model and Proton in addition to Quark. His work on Pseudoscalar as part of general Meson study is frequently connected to Twist, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His studies deal with areas such as Chiral perturbation theory and Isospin as well as Chiral symmetry breaking.

- Explanation and Prediction of Observables using Continuum Strong QCD (190 citations)
- STUDIES OF NUCLEON RESONANCE STRUCTURE IN EXCLUSIVE MESON ELECTROPRODUCTION (170 citations)
- STUDIES OF NUCLEON RESONANCE STRUCTURE IN EXCLUSIVE MESON ELECTROPRODUCTION (170 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Electron

His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum chromodynamics, Particle physics, Quark, Chiral symmetry breaking and Pion. His studies in Quantum chromodynamics integrate themes in fields like Theoretical physics, Quantum field theory and Observable. His Quantum field theory research includes themes of Bethe–Salpeter equation, Wave function, Chiral perturbation theory, Probability amplitude and Lorentz transformation.

His research on Particle physics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nuclear physics. His research investigates the connection with Quark and areas like Lattice field theory which intersect with concerns in Degrees of freedom, Massless particle, Quantum system and Isospin. Craig D. Roberts interconnects Diquark, Baryon, Form factor and Angular momentum in the investigation of issues within Nucleon.

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Dyson-Schwinger equations and their application to hadronic physics

Craig D. Roberts;Craig D. Roberts;Anthony G. Williams.

Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics **(1994)**

1441 Citations

Dyson-Schwinger equations: Density, temperature and continuum strong QCD

Craig D. Roberts;Sebastian M. Schmidt.

Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics **(2000)**

779 Citations

{pi}- and K-meson Bethe-Salpeter amplitudes

Pieter Maris;Craig D. Roberts.

Physical Review C **(1997)**

704 Citations

Dyson–Schwinger Equations: A Tool for Hadron Physics

Pieter Maris;Craig D. Roberts.

International Journal of Modern Physics E-nuclear Physics **(2003)**

677 Citations

Pion mass and decay constant

Pieter Maris;Craig D. Roberts;Peter C. Tandy.

Physics Letters B **(1998)**

556 Citations

Goldstone theorem and diquark confinement beyond rainbow-ladder approximation

A. Bender;C.D. Roberts;L.v. Smekal.

Physics Letters B **(1996)**

433 Citations

Soliton bag models of hadrons from QCD.

R.T. Cahill;Craig D. Roberts.

Physical Review D **(1985)**

397 Citations

Collective perspective on advances in Dyson-Schwinger Equation QCD

Adnan Bashir;Lei Chang;Ian C. Cloet;Bruno El-Bennich.

arXiv: Nuclear Theory **(2012)**

311 Citations

Collective Perspective on Advances in Dyson—Schwinger Equation QCD

Adnan Bashir;Adnan Bashir;Adnan Bashir;Chang Lei;Ian C. Cloët;Bruno El-Bennich.

Communications in Theoretical Physics **(2012)**

293 Citations

Sketching the Bethe-Salpeter kernel.

Lei Chang;Craig D. Roberts;Craig D. Roberts;Craig D. Roberts.

Physical Review Letters **(2009)**

282 Citations

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