2007 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
1982 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
David C. Brydges mainly focuses on Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, Statistical mechanics, Statistical physics and Coulomb. His study in Mathematical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Connection, Gaussian and Singularity. His Gaussian research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Order, Scaling limit, Heterogeneous random walk in one dimension and Implicit function theorem.
David C. Brydges has included themes like Simple, Series and Quantum statistical mechanics in his Statistical mechanics study. His work deals with themes such as Upper and lower bounds, Lattice, Self-avoiding walk and Ferromagnetism, which intersect with Statistical physics. The various areas that he examines in his Coulomb study include Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum, Exponential decay and Exponential function.
Mathematical physics, Self-avoiding walk, Lattice, Renormalization group and Quantum mechanics are his primary areas of study. In his study, Spin model is inextricably linked to Coupling constant, which falls within the broad field of Mathematical physics. He combines subjects such as Critical dimension, Heterogeneous random walk in one dimension, Critical phenomena, Statistical physics and Function with his study of Self-avoiding walk.
His research in Lattice intersects with topics in Fermion, Boson and Combinatorics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dimension, Renormalization, Supersymmetry, Gaussian measure and Differential form in addition to Renormalization group. His Quantum mechanics study which covers Theoretical physics that intersects with Introduction to gauge theory, Quantum gauge theory and Lattice field theory.
David C. Brydges spends much of his time researching Lattice, Mathematical physics, Self-avoiding walk, Pure mathematics and Boson. The Lattice study combines topics in areas such as Theoretical physics, Gaussian and Combinatorics. His Gaussian study combines topics in areas such as Statistical physics and Perturbation.
With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Mathematical physics and Exponent. His Self-avoiding walk research incorporates elements of Critical dimension, Renormalization group, Critical phenomena, Function and Continuous-time random walk. His work in Renormalization group covers topics such as Lattice field theory which are related to areas like Renormalization and Differential form.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Self-avoiding walk, Mathematical physics, Lattice, Critical phenomena and Renormalization group. His Self-avoiding walk research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Function, Critical dimension, Critical exponent and Coupling constant. His Mathematical physics study deals with Spin model intersecting with Renormalization and Perturbation theory.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Lattice, Fermion and Pure mathematics is strongly linked to Boson. David C. Brydges has included themes like Logarithm, Critical point and Scaling in his Critical phenomena study. His Renormalization group research focuses on subjects like Lattice field theory, which are linked to Differential form and Gaussian integral.
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The random-walk representation of classical spin systems and correlation inequalities
David Brydges;Jürg Fröhlich;Thomas Spencer.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1982)
Self-Avoiding Walk in 5 or More Dimensions
David Brydges;Thomas Spencer.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1985)
Mayer expansions and the Hamilton-Jacobi equation
D. C. Brydges;T. Kennedy.
Journal of Statistical Physics (1987)
Coulomb Systems at Low Density: A Review
David C. Brydges;Ph. A. Martin.
Journal of Statistical Physics (1999)
On the construction of quantized gauge fields. I. General results
David Brydges;Jürg Fröhlich;Erhard Seiler.
Annals of Physics (1979)
A rigorous approach to Debye screening in dilute classical coulomb systems
David C. Brydges.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1978)
A new proof of the existence and nontriviality of the continuum ϕ 2 4 and ϕ 3 4 quantum field theories
David C. Brydges;Jürg Fröhlich;Alan D. Sokal.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1983)
A new form of the Mayer expansion in classical statistical mechanics
David Brydges;Paul Federbush.
Journal of Mathematical Physics (1978)
Grad ø perturbations of massless Gaussian fields
David Brydges;Horng-Tzer Yau.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1990)
Coulomb systems at low density
David C. Brydges;Ph. A. Martin.
arXiv: Statistical Mechanics (1999)
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