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Mathematics
D-index
40
Citations
6,593
70
World Ranking
1383
National Ranking
624

2021 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society For contributions to analysis, geometry, and mathematical physics.

2013 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1982 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra

Duong H. Phong mostly deals with Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, Moduli space, Mathematical analysis and Superstring theory. His research in Quantum mechanics is mostly focused on Projection. His Moduli space research incorporates themes from Measure, Theoretical physics, Geodesic and Selberg zeta function.

His Theoretical physics research incorporates elements of Differential geometry and Riemannian geometry. His study brings together the fields of Pure mathematics and Mathematical analysis. His research integrates issues of String, GSO projection and Euclidean space in his study of Superstring theory.

- The Geometry of String Perturbation Theory (611 citations)
- Two-loop superstrings VI Nonrenormalization theorems and the 4-point function ☆ (199 citations)
- Multiloop amplitudes for the bosonic Polyakov string (192 citations)

His primary areas of study are Mathematical physics, Mathematical analysis, Pure mathematics, Moduli space and Superstring theory. His research investigates the link between Mathematical physics and topics such as Symplectic geometry that cross with problems in Constant. His work investigates the relationship between Mathematical analysis and topics such as Torsion that intersect with problems in Differential geometry and Zero.

Duong H. Phong works mostly in the field of Pure mathematics, limiting it down to concerns involving Space and, occasionally, Geodesic, Bounded function, Subsequence, Fano plane and Variety. His research in Moduli space intersects with topics in Measure, Theoretical physics, Supergravity, Worldsheet and Quantum mechanics. His Superstring theory study incorporates themes from String, GSO projection, Superposition principle and Analytic continuation.

- Mathematical physics (37.07%)
- Mathematical analysis (31.90%)
- Pure mathematics (28.45%)

- Anomaly (8.62%)
- Pure mathematics (28.45%)
- Metric (6.03%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Anomaly, Pure mathematics, Metric, Mathematical analysis and Ricci flow. While the research belongs to areas of Anomaly, Duong H. Phong spends his time largely on the problem of Partial differential equation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Mathematical physics, Complex geometry, String theory and Sign. The concepts of his Mathematical physics study are interwoven with issues in Singularity and Heat equation.

His Pure mathematics research integrates issues from String and Heterotic string theory. Duong H. Phong interconnects Topology, Monotonic function, Metric space and Riemann surface in the investigation of issues within Metric. A large part of his Mathematical analysis studies is devoted to Generalization.

- The Fu-Yau equation with negative slope parameter (52 citations)
- A second order estimate for general complex Hessian equations (36 citations)
- Geometric flows and Strominger systems (30 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra
- Quantum mechanics

Duong H. Phong mainly investigates Pure mathematics, Anomaly, Hessian equation, Ansatz and Dimension. Duong H. Phong combines subjects such as Heterotic string theory and Nonlinear system with his study of Pure mathematics. Duong H. Phong has researched Anomaly in several fields, including Sign, Mathematical analysis, Stationary point and Implicit function theorem.

His Hessian equation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scale, Special case, Applied mathematics, Method of continuity and Order. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Generalization, Partial differential equation and Prime. Duong H. Phong integrates Dimension and Cone in his studies.

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The Geometry of String Perturbation Theory

Eric D'Hoker;D. H. Phong.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(1988)**

772 Citations

The Geometry of String Perturbation Theory

Eric D'Hoker;D. H. Phong.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(1988)**

772 Citations

Multiloop amplitudes for the bosonic Polyakov string

Eric D'Hoker;D.H. Phong.

Nuclear Physics **(1986)**

329 Citations

Multiloop amplitudes for the bosonic Polyakov string

Eric D'Hoker;D.H. Phong.

Nuclear Physics **(1986)**

329 Citations

On determinants of Laplacians on Riemann surfaces

Eric D'Hoker;D. H. Phong.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1986)**

261 Citations

On determinants of Laplacians on Riemann surfaces

Eric D'Hoker;D. H. Phong.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1986)**

261 Citations

Hilbert integrals, singular integrals, and Radon transforms I

D. H. Phong;E. M. Stein.

Acta Mathematica **(1986)**

247 Citations

Hilbert integrals, singular integrals, and Radon transforms I

D. H. Phong;E. M. Stein.

Acta Mathematica **(1986)**

247 Citations

On the integrable geometry of soliton equations and $N=2$ supersymmetric gauge theories

I. M. Krichever;D. H. Phong.

Journal of Differential Geometry **(1997)**

212 Citations

On the integrable geometry of soliton equations and $N=2$ supersymmetric gauge theories

I. M. Krichever;D. H. Phong.

Journal of Differential Geometry **(1997)**

212 Citations

Mathematical Research Letters

(Impact Factor: 0.857)

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