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Physics
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88
Citations
24,939
313
World Ranking
1690
National Ranking
30

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Quantum field theory

Eric Bergshoeff mainly investigates Mathematical physics, Supergravity, Supersymmetry, Particle physics and Brane cosmology. He has included themes like String duality, Quantum mechanics and Classical mechanics in his Mathematical physics study. His work carried out in the field of Supergravity brings together such families of science as Superstring theory, Quantum electrodynamics and Compactification, Dilaton, Theoretical physics.

His Supersymmetry research incorporates themes from Symmetry, Action, Effective action, Gauge theory and Covariant transformation. His Particle physics research focuses on subjects like Abelian group, which are linked to Fermion. His Brane cosmology course of study focuses on T-duality and Tachyon and Simple extension.

- Massive Gravity in Three Dimensions (792 citations)
- Supermembranes and Eleven-Dimensional Supergravity (777 citations)
- Super D-branes (496 citations)

His main research concerns Mathematical physics, Supergravity, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry and Brane cosmology. His Mathematical physics study which covers Action that intersects with Abelian group. His Supergravity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Superstring theory and Gauge theory.

His study in Theoretical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Space, Gravitation, Massive gravity and Supersymmetry algebra. His studies in Supersymmetry integrate themes in fields like Compactification and Covariant transformation. In his research on the topic of String theory, Effective action is strongly related with String.

- Mathematical physics (59.65%)
- Supergravity (42.50%)
- Theoretical physics (26.32%)

- Mathematical physics (59.65%)
- Theoretical physics (26.32%)
- Supergravity (42.50%)

His primary areas of study are Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Supergravity, Supersymmetry and Massive gravity. Mathematical physics and Action are commonly linked in his work. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Central charge, Field theory, Contraction and Lie algebra.

Supergravity is a subfield of Particle physics that Eric Bergshoeff explores. His research on Supersymmetry often connects related topics like Field. His Massive gravity research incorporates elements of Chern–Simons theory and Gravitational field.

- Pure de Sitter supergravity (130 citations)
- Torsional Newton–Cartan geometry and the Schrödinger algebra (107 citations)
- Three-Dimensional Extended Bargmann Supergravity. (101 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Geometry

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical physics, Supergravity, General relativity, String theory and Homogeneous space. His Mathematical physics research includes elements of Massive gravity, Equations of motion and f gravity. Eric Bergshoeff's looking at Supergravity as part of his Supersymmetry and Particle physics and Supergravity study.

His General relativity research integrates issues from Gravitation, Spacetime and Conformal gravity. He usually deals with Gravitation and limits it to topics linked to Field and Theoretical physics. His research investigates the connection between String theory and topics such as String that intersect with issues in Action and Gauge theory.

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Supermembranes and Eleven-Dimensional Supergravity

Eric Bergshoeff;E. Sezgin;P.K. Townsend.

Physics Letters B **(1987)**

1066 Citations

Massive Gravity in Three Dimensions

Eric A. Bergshoeff;Olaf Hohm;Paul K. Townsend.

Physical Review Letters **(2009)**

805 Citations

Ten-dimensional Maxwell-Einstein supergravity, its currents, and the issue of its auxiliary fields

E. Bergshoeff;M. De Roo;B. De Wit;P. Van Nieuwenhuizen.

Nuclear Physics **(1982)**

665 Citations

Super D-branes

Eric Bergshoeff;P.K. Townsend.

Nuclear Physics **(1997)**

568 Citations

Properties of the eleven-dimensional supermembrane theory

Eric Bergshoeff;E. Sezgin;P.K. Townsend.

Annals of Physics **(1988)**

559 Citations

Duality in the type-II superstring effective action

Eric Bergshoeff;Christopher M. Hull;Tomas Ortin.

Nuclear Physics **(1995)**

526 Citations

T-duality and Actions for Non-BPS D-branes

E. A. Bergshoeff;M. de Roo;T. C. de Wit;E. Eyras.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2000)**

491 Citations

T-duality and actions for non-BPS D-branes

Eric Bergshoeff;M de Roo;TC de Wit;E Eyras.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2000)**

435 Citations

Duality of type-II 7-branes and 8-branes

Eric Bergshoeff;M. de Roo;M.B Green;G Papadopoulos.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

395 Citations

New Formulations of D=10 Supersymmetry and D8-O8 Domain Walls

E. Bergshoeff;R. Kallosh;T. Ortin;D. Roest.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2001)**

383 Citations

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