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Physics
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71
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19,262
205
World Ranking
2980
National Ranking
1465

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

His primary areas of study are Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Factorization and Gluon. His research integrates issues of Nuclear physics and Cross section in his study of Particle physics. His Quantum chromodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Quantum electrodynamics and Renormalization group.

The concepts of his Quark study are interwoven with issues in Pion and Photon. The various areas that George Sterman examines in his Factorization study include Theoretical physics and Mathematical physics, Massless particle, Ansatz. His Gluon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Matrix and Renormalization.

- Transverse Momentum Distribution in Drell-Yan Pair and W and Z Boson Production (830 citations)
- Factorization of Hard Processes in QCD (736 citations)
- Summation of Large Corrections to Short Distance Hadronic Cross-Sections (598 citations)

George Sterman mainly focuses on Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Resummation, Factorization and Scattering. His study ties his expertise on Nuclear physics together with the subject of Particle physics. He has included themes like Cross section, Quantum electrodynamics, Perturbation theory and Hadron in his Quantum chromodynamics study.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Exponentiation, Theoretical physics, Event and Quantum field theory. His study looks at the relationship between Resummation and fields such as Electroweak interaction, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work deals with themes such as Electron–positron annihilation, Quarkonium, Drell–Yan process and Mathematical physics, which intersect with Factorization.

- Particle physics (81.75%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (60.00%)
- Resummation (32.28%)

- Particle physics (81.75%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (60.00%)
- Factorization (26.67%)

His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Factorization, Resummation and Gauge theory. George Sterman regularly ties together related areas like Nuclear physics in his Particle physics studies. His study on Parton is often connected to High energy as part of broader study in Quantum chromodynamics.

He has researched Factorization in several fields, including Field and Electron–positron annihilation. His Resummation research includes themes of Jet and Position and momentum space. His Gauge theory study also includes

- Gravitational singularity that intertwine with fields like Feynman diagram,
- Eikonal approximation that connect with fields like Gluon field, Wilson loop and Quantum electrodynamics.

- The Two-loop soft anomalous dimension matrix and resummation at next-to-next-to leading pole (209 citations)
- Universal structure of subleading infrared poles in gauge theory amplitudes (186 citations)
- Threshold Resummation for Top-Pair Hadroproduction to Next-to-Next-to-Leading Log (175 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

George Sterman mainly investigates Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Resummation, Jet and Quark. His study connects Nuclear physics and Particle physics. His work carried out in the field of Quantum chromodynamics brings together such families of science as Factorization, Matrix, Theoretical physics and Perturbation theory.

George Sterman focuses mostly in the field of Resummation, narrowing it down to topics relating to Gluon and, in certain cases, Asymmetry, Charge, Top quark and Dimensional regularization. His research on Jet also deals with topics like

- Event and related Parton, Phase space, Elementary particle and Gaussian,
- Position and momentum space, which have a strong connection to Statistical physics. His Quarkonium study in the realm of Quark interacts with subjects such as Color model.

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Factorization of Hard Processes in QCD

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper;George F. Sterman.

Adv.Ser.Direct.High Energy Phys. **(1989)**

1868 Citations

Transverse Momentum Distribution in Drell-Yan Pair and W and Z Boson Production

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper;George F. Sterman.

Nuclear Physics **(1985)**

1792 Citations

Summation of Large Corrections to Short Distance Hadronic Cross-Sections

George F. Sterman.

Nuclear Physics **(1987)**

974 Citations

Factorization for short distance hadron-hadron scattering

John C. Collins;John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper;George F. Sterman.

Nuclear Physics **(1985)**

867 Citations

Jets from Quantum Chromodynamics

George F. Sterman;Steven Weinberg.

Physical Review Letters **(1977)**

830 Citations

Single transverse-spin asymmetries in hadronic pion production

Jian-wei Qiu;George F. Sterman.

Physical Review D **(1998)**

552 Citations

At the Frontier of Particle Physics: Handbook of QCD

George Sterman.

Physics Today **(2002)**

544 Citations

Hard Elastic Scattering in QCD: Leading Behavior

James Botts;George F. Sterman.

Nuclear Physics **(1989)**

528 Citations

Soft Gluons and Factorization

John C. Collins;Davison E. Soper;Davison E. Soper;George F. Sterman.

Nuclear Physics **(1988)**

502 Citations

An introduction to quantum field theory

George F. Sterman.

**(1993)**

425 Citations

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