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Mathematics
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33
Citations
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2197
National Ranking
937

2016 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

Daniele C. Struppa focuses on Algebra, Pure mathematics, Holomorphic function, Variable and Functional calculus. His Algebra research incorporates elements of Bicomplex number and Clifford analysis. He specializes in Pure mathematics, namely Clifford algebra.

His studies in Holomorphic function integrate themes in fields like Discrete mathematics, Convolution and Complex plane. His Variable study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Complete theory and Power series. His studies deal with areas such as Noncommutative geometry, Operator theory, Time-scale calculus, Borel functional calculus and Holomorphic functional calculus as well as Functional calculus.

- A New Theory of Regular Functions of a Quaternionic Variable (328 citations)
- Analysis of Dirac Systems and Computational Algebra (187 citations)
- Noncommutative Functional Calculus (184 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pure mathematics, Algebra, Holomorphic function, Mathematical analysis and Clifford algebra. His study explores the link between Pure mathematics and topics such as Variable that cross with problems in Series. The various areas that Daniele C. Struppa examines in his Algebra study include Convolution, Operator theory, Algebraic analysis and Clifford analysis.

His work deals with themes such as Fourier transform and Schrödinger equation, which intersect with Convolution. His Operator theory research integrates issues from Functional calculus and Borel functional calculus. Holomorphic function and Extension are commonly linked in his work.

- Pure mathematics (42.81%)
- Algebra (25.34%)
- Holomorphic function (11.99%)

- Pure mathematics (42.81%)
- Schrödinger equation (6.16%)
- Exterior algebra (2.05%)

His main research concerns Pure mathematics, Schrödinger equation, Exterior algebra, Entire function and Algebra over a field. The study incorporates disciplines such as Systems of partial differential equations and Order in addition to Pure mathematics. His Schrödinger equation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mathematical physics, Generalized function, Exponential function, Function and Variable.

His work carried out in the field of Entire function brings together such families of science as Space, Convolution and Type. His Series research is within the category of Algebra. His research integrates issues of Differentiable function, Operator theory, Dimension and Algebraic analysis in his study of Algebra.

- Roadmap on superoscillations (66 citations)
- Continuity of some operators arising in the theory of superoscillations (28 citations)
- Continuity Theorems for a Class of Convolution Operators and Applications to Superoscillations (28 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

His primary scientific interests are in Schrödinger equation, Pure mathematics, Convolution, Entire function and Mathematical physics. His Schrödinger equation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Uniform convergence, Combinatorics, Lambda, Gravitational singularity and Function. Specifically, his work in Pure mathematics is concerned with the study of Algebra over a field.

His Convolution study incorporates themes from State and Integrable system. He combines subjects such as Mathematical proof, Classical mechanics, Current, Computation and Calculus with his study of Entire function. His study focuses on the intersection of Mathematical physics and fields such as Spectrum with connections in the field of Quadratic equation.

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A New Theory of Regular Functions of a Quaternionic Variable

Graziano Gentili;Daniele C. Struppa.

Advances in Mathematics **(2007)**

359 Citations

Noncommutative Functional Calculus

Fabrizio Colombo;Irene Sabadini;Daniele C. Struppa.

TAEBC-2011 **(2011)**

292 Citations

Noncommutative Functional Calculus: Theory and Applications of Slice Hyperholomorphic Functions

Fabrizio Colombo;Irene Maria Sabadini;Daniele Carlo Struppa.

**(2011)**

289 Citations

Analysis of Dirac Systems and Computational Algebra

Fabrizio Colombo;Irene Sabadini;Franciscus Sommen;Daniele Carlo Struppa.

**(2012)**

266 Citations

Slice monogenic functions

Fabrizio Colombo;Irene Sabadini;Daniele C. Struppa.

Israel Journal of Mathematics **(2009)**

248 Citations

Regular Functions of a Quaternionic Variable

Graziano Gentili;Caterina Stoppato;Daniele Carlo Struppa.

**(2013)**

244 Citations

A new approach to Cullen-regular functions of a quaternionic variable

Graziano Gentili;Daniele C. Struppa.

Comptes Rendus Mathematique **(2006)**

203 Citations

Extension results for slice regular functions of a quaternionic variable

Fabrizio Colombo;Graziano Gentili;Irene Sabadini;Daniele C. Struppa.

Advances in Mathematics **(2009)**

123 Citations

Some mathematical properties of superoscillations

Y Aharonov;F Colombo;I Sabadini;D C Struppa.

Journal of Physics A **(2011)**

123 Citations

Bicomplex Numbers and their Elementary Functions

M. E. Luna-Elizarrarás;M. Shapiro;Daniele C. Struppa;Adrian Vajiac.

CUBO, A Mathematical Journal **(2012)**

118 Citations

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