Pure mathematics, Cohomology, Theoretical physics, Orbifold and Heterotic string theory are his primary areas of study. His Pure mathematics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sigma model and Group. His study focuses on the intersection of Cohomology and fields such as Worldsheet with connections in the field of Quantum cohomology.
His research investigates the connection with Theoretical physics and areas like Supersymmetry which intersect with concerns in Universality, Einstein and Supersymmetric gauge theory. His work on Twisted sector as part of general Orbifold study is frequently connected to Ricci-flat manifold, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Heterotic string theory research incorporates elements of Compactification, Generalization and String.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pure mathematics, Theoretical physics, Orbifold, Sigma and Heterotic string theory. His Pure mathematics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Group. His studies in Theoretical physics integrate themes in fields like Supersymmetry, Sigma model, Homogeneous space and Gauge theory.
Eric Sharpe interconnects Fiber bundle, Quotient, Group action and Gerbe in the investigation of issues within Orbifold. Eric Sharpe has included themes like Renormalization group, Superpotential, Universality, Nonlinear system and Abelian group in his Sigma study. His Heterotic string theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Correlation function, String, Compactification, Bundle and Worldsheet.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pure mathematics, Theoretical physics, Gauge theory, Homogeneous space and Sigma. Many of his studies on Pure mathematics apply to Superpotential as well. The Theoretical physics study combines topics in areas such as Flow, Sigma model and Supersymmetric gauge theory.
His Gauge theory study combines topics in areas such as Supersymmetry, Quantum cohomology and Orbifold. His research in Homogeneous space intersects with topics in Disjoint sets, Compactification, Grassmannian and Center. The study incorporates disciplines such as Universality and Special case in addition to Sigma.
His primary areas of study are Pure mathematics, Tangent bundle, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics and Gauge theory. His Pure mathematics research incorporates themes from Twist, Superpotential and Particle physics. The various areas that Eric Sharpe examines in his Tangent bundle study include Mirror symmetry and Fano plane.
His Fano plane research includes themes of String, Sigma, Ansatz and Of the form. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Flow and Lattice. His studies deal with areas such as De Rham cohomology, Sheaf and Abelian group as well as Sheaf cohomology.
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Compactifications of heterotic strings on non-Kähler complex manifolds II
Katrin Becker;Melanie Becker;Keshav Dasgupta;Paul S. Green.
Nuclear Physics (2004)
D-branes, open string vertex operators, and Ext groups
Sheldon H. Katz;Eric Sharpe.
Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics (2002)
D-branes, derived categories, and Grothendieck groups
Nuclear Physics (1999)
Notes on Certain (0,2) Correlation Functions
Sheldon H. Katz;Eric Sharpe.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (2006)
Non-birational twisted derived equivalences in abelian GLSMs
A. Caldararu;J. Distler;S. Hellerman;T. Pantev.
arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory (2007)
Non-Birational Twisted Derived Equivalences in Abelian GLSMs
Andrei Căldăraru;Jacques Distler;Simeon Hellerman;Tony Pantev.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (2010)
Eric R. Sharpe.
Physical Review D (2000)
Spectra of D-branes with Higgs vevs
Ron Donagi;Sheldon Katz;Eric Sharpe.
Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics (2004)
B-branes and supersymmetric quivers in 2d
Cyril Closset;Jirui Guo;Eric R. Sharpe.
Journal of High Energy Physics (2018)
Lectures on D-branes and Sheaves
arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory (2003)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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