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Physics
D-index
85
Citations
23,240
193
World Ranking
1918
National Ranking
176

2010 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences

1998 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- String theory

His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry, Moduli and String theory. All of his Theoretical physics and String, Compactification, Dilaton, Orbifold and Brane investigations are sub-components of the entire Theoretical physics study. His String research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Orientifold, Inflation and De Sitter universe.

He has researched Supersymmetry in several fields, including Quark and Special unitary group. As part of the same scientific family, Fernando Quevedo usually focuses on Moduli, concentrating on Scalar potential and intersecting with Calabi–Yau manifold. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pure mathematics, Quantum electrodynamics, Gravitational singularity, Superpotential and Hidden sector in addition to String theory.

- Systematics of moduli stabilisation in Calabi-Yau flux compactifications (924 citations)
- Large-volume flux compactifications: Moduli spectrum and D3/D7 soft supersymmetry breaking (494 citations)
- D-Branes at Singularities : A Bottom-Up Approach to the String Embedding of the Standard Model (476 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Theoretical physics, Particle physics, Moduli, String and Supersymmetry. His Theoretical physics study incorporates themes from Gravitational singularity and De Sitter universe. The various areas that Fernando Quevedo examines in his De Sitter universe study include Effective field theory and Hidden sector.

The Moduli study combines topics in areas such as Compactification, Scalar potential, Mathematical physics, Superpotential and Goldstino. His String study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Orientifold, Inflation, Dilaton, D-brane and Gauge group. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Large Hadron Collider, Orbifold and Extra dimensions.

- Theoretical physics (75.94%)
- Particle physics (56.42%)
- Moduli (56.42%)

- Moduli (56.42%)
- Theoretical physics (75.94%)
- String (49.73%)

Fernando Quevedo focuses on Moduli, Theoretical physics, String, De Sitter universe and String theory. Fernando Quevedo has included themes like Goldstino, Pure mathematics, Effective field theory and Mathematical physics in his Moduli study. His Theoretical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supersymmetry breaking, Supersymmetry, Particle physics, Cosmology and Observable.

His String research includes themes of Embedding, Inflation and Symmetry. In his study, Hidden sector is inextricably linked to Brane cosmology, which falls within the broad field of De Sitter universe. His work is dedicated to discovering how String theory, Quintessence are connected with Fifth force and other disciplines.

- De Sitter vs Quintessence in String Theory (117 citations)
- De Sitter vs Quintessence in String Theory (115 citations)
- De Sitter vs Quintessence in String Theory (115 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- String theory

Fernando Quevedo mainly focuses on Theoretical physics, Moduli, String, String theory and De Sitter universe. His work in Theoretical physics addresses subjects such as Cosmology, which are connected to disciplines such as Observable. His work deals with themes such as Goldstino, Supersymmetry breaking, F-theory, Nilpotent and Particle physics, which intersect with Moduli.

Fernando Quevedo works mostly in the field of String, limiting it down to concerns involving Inflation and, occasionally, Displacement, Universe and Attractor. His String theory research incorporates themes from Dark energy, Quintessence and Swampland. The study incorporates disciplines such as Brane cosmology and Hidden sector in addition to De Sitter universe.

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Systematics of moduli stabilisation in Calabi-Yau flux compactifications

Vijay Balasubramanian;Peter Berglund;Joseph P. Conlon;Fernando Quevedo.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2005)**

1048 Citations

Model-independent properties and cosmological implications of the dilaton and moduli sectors of 4D strings

B. de Carlos;J.A. Casas;J.A. Casas;F. Quevedo;E. Roulet.

Physics Letters B **(1993)**

652 Citations

Physics interplay of the LHC and the ILC

G. Weiglein;S. Lehti;G. Belanger;T. Han.

Physics Reports **(2006)**

592 Citations

Orbifolds and Wilson Lines

L.E. Ibáñez;H.P. Nilles;F. Quevedo.

Physics Letters B **(1987)**

582 Citations

Model Independent Properties and Cosmological Implications of the Dilaton and Moduli Sectors of 4-d Strings

B. de Carlos;J.A. Casas;F. Quevedo;E. Roulet.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology **(1993)**

572 Citations

Large-volume flux compactifications: Moduli spectrum and D3/D7 soft supersymmetry breaking

Joseph P. Conlon;Fernando Quevedo;Kerim Suruliz.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2005)**

550 Citations

Strong-weak coupling duality and non-perturbative effects in string theory

A. Font;Luis E. Ibanez;D. Lust;F. Quevedo.

Physics Letters B **(1990)**

536 Citations

The Inflationary Brane-Antibrane Universe

Clifford P. Burgess;Clifford P. Burgess;Mahbub Majumdar;Detlef Nolte;Fernando Quevedo.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2001)**

526 Citations

D-Branes at Singularities : A Bottom-Up Approach to the String Embedding of the Standard Model

Gerardo Aldazabal;Gerardo Aldazabal;Luis E. Ibáñez;Fernando Quevedo;Angel M. Uranga.

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

500 Citations

Physics Interplay of the LHC and the ILC

G. Weiglein;T. Barklow.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology **(2004)**

488 Citations

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