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Physics
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76
Citations
47,476
160
World Ranking
2485
National Ranking
1249

1986 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

1985 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum mechanics, Mathematical physics, String field theory, Non-critical string theory and Gauge theory. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Theoretical physics and Quantum mechanics. David J. Gross has included themes like Gravitation and Classical mechanics in his Mathematical physics study.

His String field theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Saddle point and Heterotic string theory. The various areas that David J. Gross examines in his Non-critical string theory study include Relationship between string theory and quantum field theory, Type I string theory, String cosmology, Compactification and Scattering amplitude. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory, Quantum gauge theory, Supersymmetric gauge theory, Introduction to gauge theory, Gauge anomaly and Gauge fixing is strongly linked to Lattice gauge theory.

- Ultraviolet Behavior of Non-Abelian Gauge Theories (2640 citations)
- QCD and instantons at finite temperature (1448 citations)
- Dynamical symmetry breaking in asymptotically free field theories (1117 citations)

David J. Gross mostly deals with Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, Theoretical physics, Quantum chromodynamics and Gauge theory. His Mathematical physics study is mostly concerned with String field theory, String, Non-critical string theory, String theory and Partition function. As part of the same scientific family, David J. Gross usually focuses on String field theory, concentrating on Heterotic string theory and intersecting with Superstring theory.

His Non-critical string theory research includes elements of Relationship between string theory and quantum field theory, Type I string theory and String cosmology. His Theoretical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electromagnetism, String phenomenology and Gauge boson. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quark and Instanton.

- Mathematical physics (47.40%)
- Quantum mechanics (36.46%)
- Theoretical physics (25.00%)

- Theoretical physics (25.00%)
- Quantum mechanics (36.46%)
- Mathematical physics (47.40%)

David J. Gross mainly focuses on Theoretical physics, Quantum mechanics, Mathematical physics, Quantum chromodynamics and String theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gauge anomaly, Gauge fixing, Statistical physics and Quantum field theory in addition to Theoretical physics. In the field of Mathematical physics, his study on Invariant overlaps with subjects such as Syk.

His research in Quantum chromodynamics tackles topics such as Standard Model which are related to areas like Coupling constant, Quark and Gauge boson. His String theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scattering amplitude, Scattering and Quantum gravity, Fundamental interaction, Quantum cosmology. His study explores the link between Impact parameter and topics such as String field theory that cross with problems in Classical mechanics.

- A generalization of Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (273 citations)
- The bulk dual of SYK: cubic couplings (181 citations)
- All point correlation functions in SYK (150 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

David J. Gross mainly investigates Mathematical physics, AdS/CFT correspondence, 1/N expansion, Fermion and Conformal field theory. His work on Heterotic string theory is typically connected to Lyapunov exponent as part of general Mathematical physics study, connecting several disciplines of science. David J. Gross interconnects Structure, Correlation function, MAJORANA and Invariant in the investigation of issues within AdS/CFT correspondence.

His 1/N expansion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pure mathematics, Feynman diagram, Saddle point and Conformal symmetry. His Fermion research includes themes of Scattering amplitude, Partition function, Potential energy and Type. His study in Conformal field theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Renormalization group, Fixed point and Free field.

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Ultraviolet Behavior of Non-Abelian Gauge Theories

David J. Gross;Frank Wilczek.

Physical Review Letters **(1973)**

7760 Citations

Asymptotically Free Gauge Theories. I

David J. Gross;Frank Wilczek.

Physical Review D **(1973)**

3314 Citations

QCD and instantons at finite temperature

David J. Gross;Robert D. Pisarski;Laurence G. Yaffe.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(1981)**

2836 Citations

Dynamical symmetry breaking in asymptotically free field theories

David J. Gross;Andre Neveu.

Physical Review D **(1974)**

2604 Citations

Heterotic string theory (I). The free heterotic string

David J. Gross;Jeffrey A. Harvey;Emil Martinec;Ryan Rohm.

Nuclear Physics **(1985)**

2034 Citations

The structure of the gauge theory vacuum

Curtis G. Callan;R.F. Dashen;David J. Gross.

Physics Letters B **(1976)**

1812 Citations

Toward a Theory of the Strong Interactions

Curtis Gove Callan;Roger Dashen;David J. Gross.

Physical Review D **(1978)**

1491 Citations

Nonperturbative Two-Dimensional Quantum Gravity

David J. Gross;Alexander A. Migdal.

Physical Review Letters **(1990)**

1467 Citations

String Theory Beyond the Planck Scale

David J. Gross;Paul F. Mende.

Nuclear Physics **(1988)**

1450 Citations

High-energy electroproduction and the constitution of the electric current

Curtis Gove Callan;David J. Gross.

Physical Review Letters **(1969)**

1385 Citations

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