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Physics
D-index
78
Citations
17,683
256
World Ranking
2398
National Ranking
4

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Mathematical analysis

His main research concerns Classical mechanics, Wormhole, Mathematical physics, Gravitation and f gravity. His work on General relativity as part of general Classical mechanics research is often related to Context, thus linking different fields of science. Francisco S. N. Lobo combines subjects such as Redshift, Cosmological constant, Phantom energy, Spacetime and Energy condition with his study of Wormhole.

His Mathematical physics study often links to related topics such as Equation of state. His Gravitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scalar curvature, Tensor, Universe, Gravitational field and Equations of motion. His f gravity research includes elements of Virial mass, Virial theorem, Dark matter and Velocity dispersion.

- $f(R,T)$ gravity (1159 citations)
- Extra force in f(R) modified theories of gravity (548 citations)
- Phantom energy traversable wormholes (363 citations)

His primary scientific interests are in Classical mechanics, Wormhole, Theoretical physics, Gravitation and Mathematical physics. He has researched Classical mechanics in several fields, including Schwarzschild radius, Metric expansion of space, Curvature, Equation of state and f gravity. His research in Wormhole intersects with topics in Phantom energy, Exotic matter, Spacetime and Energy condition.

His Theoretical physics research integrates issues from Cosmology, Dark energy, De Sitter universe and Closed timelike curve. In Gravitation, Francisco S. N. Lobo works on issues like Gravitational field, which are connected to Scalar curvature and Tensor. The various areas that he examines in his Mathematical physics study include Quantum mechanics, Differential equation and Scalar.

- Classical mechanics (42.90%)
- Wormhole (36.34%)
- Theoretical physics (31.69%)

- Theoretical physics (31.69%)
- Gravitation (27.60%)
- Mathematical physics (26.50%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Theoretical physics, Gravitation, Mathematical physics, Wormhole and General relativity. His work carried out in the field of Theoretical physics brings together such families of science as Einstein, Torsion, Spacetime, Scalar field and Dark energy. His Gravitation study incorporates themes from Field, Action and Metric.

Francisco S. N. Lobo interconnects Metric tensor, Gravitational field and Scalar in the investigation of issues within Mathematical physics. His Wormhole research incorporates themes from Schwarzschild radius, Massless particle and Energy condition. His General relativity study combines topics in areas such as Warp drive, Superluminal motion, Curvature, Gravitational wave and Closed timelike curve.

- Coupling matter in modified Q gravity (49 citations)
- Prospects for Fundamental Physics with LISA (47 citations)
- Extensions of F(r) Gravity: Curvature-Matter Couplings and Hybrid Metric-Palatini Theory (41 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Mathematical analysis

Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Gravitation, Wormhole and General relativity are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Metric tensor, Rotation formalisms in three dimensions, Scalar and Affine connection in his study of Mathematical physics. His studies deal with areas such as Quasar, Cosmic microwave background, Baryon acoustic oscillations, Observer and Closed timelike curve as well as Theoretical physics.

His Gravitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scalar field, Cold dark matter, Implicit function and Metric. His work deals with themes such as Exotic matter, Warp drive, Spacetime, Gravitational field and Energy condition, which intersect with Wormhole. His research in General relativity tackles topics such as Einstein which are related to areas like Quantum cosmology, Theory of relativity, Dark matter, Dark energy and f gravity.

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$f(R,T)$ gravity

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo;Shin’ichi Nojiri;Sergei D. Odintsov.

Physical Review D **(2011)**

1666 Citations

Extra force in f(R) modified theories of gravity

Orfeu Bertolami;Christian G. Böhmer;Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo.

Physical Review D **(2007)**

651 Citations

Phantom energy traversable wormholes

Francisco S. N. Lobo.

Physical Review D **(2005)**

491 Citations

Exact analytical solutions of the Susceptible-Infected-Recovered (SIR) epidemic model and of the SIR model with equal death and birth rates

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S.N. Lobo;M.K. Mak.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2014)**

363 Citations

Wormhole geometries in f(R) modified theories of gravity

Francisco S.N. Lobo;Miguel A. Oliveira.

Physical Review D **(2009)**

363 Citations

f(R,L_m) gravity

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo.

arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology **(2010)**

363 Citations

Stable dark energy stars

Francisco S N Lobo.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2006)**

299 Citations

Morris-Thorne wormholes with a cosmological constant

José P. S. Lemos;José P. S. Lemos;Francisco S. N. Lobo;Sérgio Quinet de Oliveira.

Physical Review D **(2003)**

298 Citations

f(R,L m ) gravity

Tiberiu Harko;Francisco S. N. Lobo.

European Physical Journal C **(2010)**

295 Citations

Individual effect-site concentrations of propofol at return of consciousness are related to the concentrations at loss of consciousness and age in neurosurgical patients.

Catarina S. Nunes;David A. Ferreira;Luís Antunes;Francisco Lobo.

Journal of Clinical Anesthesia **(2009)**

269 Citations

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