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Physics
D-index
92
Citations
53,524
319
World Ranking
1438
National Ranking
117

2000 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- General relativity

His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Graviton, Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics and Gravitation. His research in Large extra dimension, Supersymmetry, Neutrino, Hierarchy problem and Supersymmetry breaking are components of Particle physics. The Large extra dimension study combines topics in areas such as Standard Model and Universal extra dimension.

His study in the field of Superstring theory is also linked to topics like Texture. His Theoretical physics research focuses on Quantum mechanics and how it connects with Compactification. His Gravitation research incorporates elements of Propagator, Mathematical physics, Current and Parameterized post-Newtonian formalism.

- The Hierarchy problem and new dimensions at a millimeter (4963 citations)
- New dimensions at a millimeter to a Fermi and superstrings at a TeV (3267 citations)
- 4D Gravity on a Brane in 5D Minkowski Space (3041 citations)

His main research concerns Particle physics, Theoretical physics, Quantum mechanics, Supersymmetry and Gravitation. Particle physics is closely attributed to Inflation in his research. His Theoretical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum, De Sitter universe, Entropy and Graviton.

As a member of one scientific family, Gia Dvali mostly works in the field of Graviton, focusing on Extra dimensions and, on occasion, Standard Model. The various areas that Gia Dvali examines in his Supersymmetry study include Symmetry and Higgs field. His studies examine the connections between Gravitation and genetics, as well as such issues in Quantum gravity, with regards to Planck mass.

- Particle physics (57.52%)
- Theoretical physics (50.00%)
- Quantum mechanics (39.54%)

- Theoretical physics (50.00%)
- Unitarity (15.69%)
- Gravitation (27.45%)

Gia Dvali mainly focuses on Theoretical physics, Unitarity, Gravitation, Entropy and Quantum chromodynamics. His Theoretical physics research includes elements of Quantum information, Curvature, Planck mass and De Sitter universe. His work carried out in the field of Unitarity brings together such families of science as Instanton, Quantum field theory and Mathematical physics.

His Gravitation study incorporates themes from Hawking, Simple, Fundamental interaction and Antimatter. While working in this field, Gia Dvali studies both Gravitational force and Particle physics. His Particle physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of COSMIC cancer database and Attractor.

- A new experimental approach to probe QCD axion dark matter in the mass range above 40$\mu$eV (29 citations)
- S-Matrix and Anomaly of de Sitter (12 citations)
- Inflation and Decoupling (11 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- General relativity

Gia Dvali mainly investigates Quantum, Theoretical physics, Universe, De Sitter universe and Observable. Gia Dvali interconnects Gravitation, Anomaly and Effective field theory in the investigation of issues within Theoretical physics. His Planck mass study in the realm of Gravitation interacts with subjects such as Spurious relationship.

His studies in Universe integrate themes in fields like Standard Model, Quantum chromodynamics, Cold dark matter and CP violation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Graviton, Inflaton, Quantum gravity, String and String theory. His Observable research integrates issues from Axion, Particle physics and Dark matter.

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The Hierarchy problem and new dimensions at a millimeter

Nima Arkani-Hamed;Savas Dimopoulos;G.R. Dvali.

Physics Letters B **(1998)**

9488 Citations

New dimensions at a millimeter to a Fermi and superstrings at a TeV

Ignatios Antoniadis;Nima Arkani-Hamed;Savas Dimopoulos;Gia Dvali.

Physics Letters B **(1998)**

5368 Citations

Phenomenology, astrophysics and cosmology of theories with submillimeter dimensions and TeV scale quantum gravity

Nima Arkani-Hamed;Savas Dimopoulos;Gia Dvali.

Physical Review D **(1999)**

3889 Citations

4D Gravity on a Brane in 5D Minkowski Space

G.R. Dvali;Gregory Gabadadze;Massimo Porrati.

Physics Letters B **(2000)**

3835 Citations

Accelerated universe from gravity leaking to extra dimensions

Cédric Deffayet;Gia Dvali;Gregory Gabadadze.

Physical Review D **(2002)**

1282 Citations

Brane Inflation

Gia Dvali;S. H. Henry Tye.

**(1998)**

1140 Citations

Neutrino masses from large extra dimensions

Nima Arkani-Hamed;Savas Dimopoulos;Gia Dvali;Gia Dvali;John March-Russell.

Physical Review D **(2001)**

768 Citations

Large scale structure and supersymmetric inflation without fine tuning

G. Dvali;Q. Shafi;R. Schaefer.

Physical Review Letters **(1994)**

754 Citations

Domain walls in strongly coupled theories

G. Dvali;Mikhail "Misha" Shifman;Mikhail "Misha" Shifman.

Physics Letters B **(1997)**

624 Citations

Gravity on a brane in infinite volume extra space

Gia Dvali;Gregory Gabadadze.

Physical Review D **(2001)**

619 Citations

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