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Mathematics
H-index
73
Citations
20,051
133
World Ranking
92
National Ranking
55

2015 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

2014 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his many contributions to the connection between geometry and physics, including spacetime singularities and topology change in string theory, generalizations of AdSCFT duality, and foundational work in F theory

2013 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

2005 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

- Pure mathematics
- Algebra
- Geometry

His main research concerns Theoretical physics, Pure mathematics, F-theory, Moduli space and Compactification. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Higgs boson, Supersymmetry, M-theory and Quantum field theory. The various areas that David R. Morrison examines in his Pure mathematics study include Base, Anomaly and Gauge group.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Calabi–Yau manifold, Singularity, Type and Group theory. His Moduli space study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as String field theory, Mirror symmetry, Instanton and Algebra. His Compactification research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gravitational singularity, Quantum electrodynamics, Brane cosmology and Moduli.

- String theory (2801 citations)
- Compactifications of F-theory on Calabi-Yau threefolds. (I) (823 citations)
- Geometric singularities and enhanced gauge symmetries (626 citations)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Pure mathematics, Theoretical physics, Moduli space, F-theory and Gravitational singularity. His Pure mathematics research focuses on Gauge group and how it connects with Supergravity. His Theoretical physics study incorporates themes from Quantum electrodynamics, Supersymmetry and Gauge theory.

His Moduli space research includes themes of Instanton, String theory, Mathematical physics and Mirror symmetry. His work focuses on many connections between F-theory and other disciplines, such as Group, that overlap with his field of interest in Section. His research investigates the link between Gravitational singularity and topics such as Orbifold that cross with problems in Tachyon.

- Pure mathematics (50.20%)
- Theoretical physics (38.15%)
- Moduli space (33.73%)

- F-theory (31.33%)
- Pure mathematics (50.20%)
- Theoretical physics (38.15%)

His primary areas of study are F-theory, Pure mathematics, Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics and Moduli space. His research integrates issues of Modular form, T-duality, Anomaly and Instanton in his study of F-theory. His Pure mathematics research integrates issues from Space, Gravitational singularity and Sigma.

His study in Theoretical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Symmetry, Supersymmetric gauge theory, Quantum field theory, Homogeneous space and Supersymmetry. His Mathematical physics research incorporates elements of Calabi–Yau manifold and Connected sum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Conformal map, Riemann surface and Gauge theory in addition to Moduli space.

- Atomic classification of 6D SCFTs (261 citations)
- Localization techniques in quantum field theories (236 citations)
- 6D SCFTs and phases of 5D theories (112 citations)

- Algebra
- Pure mathematics
- Geometry

Theoretical physics, F-theory, Quantum mechanics, Pure mathematics and Anomaly are his primary areas of study. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gauge symmetry, Quantum field theory, Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory, Supersymmetry and Gauge boson. Within one scientific family, David R. Morrison focuses on topics pertaining to Generalization under Supersymmetry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Moduli space and Gauge theory.

The F-theory study combines topics in areas such as Representation, Interpretation, Homogeneous space and Field. David R. Morrison has researched Pure mathematics in several fields, including Wilson loop, Gravitational singularity and Heterotic string theory. His studies deal with areas such as Structure, Instanton, Tensor, Homomorphism and Quiver as well as Anomaly.

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String theory

Brian R. Greene;David R. Morrison;Joseph Polchinski.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America **(1998)**

5168 Citations

Non-spherical horizons, I

David R. Morrison;M. Ronen Plesser.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(1999)**

884 Citations

Compactifications of F-theory on Calabi-Yau threefolds. (I)

David R. Morrison;Cumrun Vafa.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

848 Citations

Compactifications of F-Theory on Calabi--Yau Threefolds -- II

David R. Morrison;Cumrun Vafa.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(1996)**

834 Citations

Geometric singularities and enhanced gauge symmetries

M. Bershadsky;Kenneth A. Intriligator;S. Kachru;David R. Morrison;David R. Morrison.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

626 Citations

On K3 surfaces with large Picard number

D. R. Morrison.

Inventiones Mathematicae **(1984)**

600 Citations

Summing the instantons: Quantum cohomology and mirror symmetry in toric varieties

David R. Morrison;David R. Morrison;M.Ronen Plesser.

Nuclear Physics **(1995)**

586 Citations

Five-dimensional supersymmetric gauge theories and degenerations of Calabi-Yau spaces

Kenneth A. Intriligator;David R. Morrison;Nathan Seiberg.

Nuclear Physics **(1997)**

548 Citations

Calabi-Yau moduli space, mirror manifolds and spacetime topology change in string theory

Paul S. Aspinwall;Brian R. Greene;David R. Morrison.

Nuclear Physics **(1994)**

527 Citations

Extremal transitions and five-dimensional supersymmetric field theories

David R. Morrison;Nathan Seiberg.

Nuclear Physics **(1997)**

485 Citations

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