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Physics
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128
Citations
91,100
788
World Ranking
402
National Ranking
17

2010 - Member of the European Academy of Sciences

2009 - Member of Academia Europaea

2003 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum field theory

His main research concerns Statistical physics, Spin glass, Condensed matter physics, Quantum mechanics and Replica trick. His Statistical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Jamming, Hard spheres and Critical exponent. His research integrates issues of Symmetry breaking, Function, Ultrametric space and Phase in his study of Spin glass.

Giorgio Parisi combines subjects such as Supercooling and Glass transition with his study of Condensed matter physics. Giorgio Parisi works mostly in the field of Quantum mechanics, limiting it down to topics relating to Mathematical physics and, in certain cases, String phenomenology, Gravitational singularity and Stochastic differential equation, as a part of the same area of interest. Bethe lattice, Search algorithm, Almost surely and Benchmark is closely connected to Cavity method in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Replica trick.

- Asymptotic Freedom in Parton Language (3581 citations)
- Dynamic Scaling of Growing Interfaces (3492 citations)
- Spin Glass Theory and Beyond (3136 citations)

Statistical physics, Spin glass, Condensed matter physics, Mean field theory and Quantum mechanics are his primary areas of study. His research in Statistical physics is mostly focused on Ising model. Giorgio Parisi interconnects Symmetry breaking, Probability distribution, Theoretical physics and Magnetic field in the investigation of issues within Spin glass.

His Symmetry breaking study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Symmetry and Mathematical physics. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Function, Glass transition and Phase. His Renormalization group research extends to the thematically linked field of Critical exponent.

- Statistical physics (43.59%)
- Spin glass (33.30%)
- Condensed matter physics (22.20%)

- Statistical physics (43.59%)
- Spin glass (33.30%)
- Condensed matter physics (22.20%)

His primary areas of investigation include Statistical physics, Spin glass, Condensed matter physics, Scaling and Jamming. His study in Statistical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Symmetry breaking, Work, Mean field theory, Critical exponent and Limit. His work deals with themes such as Critical dimension, Energy, Magnetic field, Computation and Janus, which intersect with Spin glass.

His Condensed matter physics course of study focuses on Field and Random field. The concepts of his Scaling study are interwoven with issues in Logarithm, Critical point and Classical mechanics. His study on Jamming also encompasses disciplines like

- Hard spheres together with Perceptron,
- Theoretical physics that intertwine with fields like Quantum chromodynamics.

- Glass and Jamming Transitions: From Exact Results to Finite-Dimensional Descriptions (170 citations)
- Glass and Jamming Transitions: From Exact Results to Finite-Dimensional Descriptions (170 citations)
- Universal spectrum of normal modes in low-temperature glasses (114 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Statistics

Giorgio Parisi mainly focuses on Statistical physics, Spin glass, Condensed matter physics, Scaling and Jamming. His Statistical physics study incorporates themes from Supercooling, Universality, Mean field theory, Critical exponent and Space. The concepts of his Spin glass study are interwoven with issues in Boundary value problem, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Janus and Probability distribution.

He specializes in Condensed matter physics, namely Phase transition. Giorgio Parisi interconnects Matching, Thermodynamic potential, Computation and Correlation in the investigation of issues within Scaling. His research integrates issues of Theoretical physics, Exact solutions in general relativity and Hard spheres in his study of Jamming.

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Asymptotic Freedom in Parton Language

Guido Altarelli;G. Parisi.

Nuclear Physics **(1977)**

10373 Citations

Spin Glass Theory And Beyond: An Introduction To The Replica Method And Its Applications

Marc Mezard;Giorgio Parisi;Miguel Angel Virasoro.

**(1986)**

6284 Citations

Dynamic Scaling of Growing Interfaces

Mehran Kardar;Giorgio Parisi;Yi Cheng Zhang.

Physical Review Letters **(1986)**

6178 Citations

Spin Glass Theory and Beyond

M. Mezard;G. Parisi;M. A. Virasoro;David J. Thouless.

Physics Today **(1988)**

3289 Citations

Simulated tempering: a new Monte Carlo scheme

Enzo Marinari;Enzo Marinari;Giorgio Parisi.

EPL **(1992)**

2150 Citations

Interaction ruling animal collective behavior depends on topological rather than metric distance: Evidence from a field study

M. Ballerini;N. Cabibbo;R. Candelier;A. Cavagna.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America **(2008)**

1948 Citations

Statistical Field Theory

Giorgio Parisi;Jonathan Machta.

**(1988)**

1709 Citations

Stochastic resonance in climatic change

Roberto Benzi;Giorgio Parisi;Alfonso Sutera;Angelo Vulpiani.

Tellus B **(2012)**

1584 Citations

PERTURBATION-THEORY WITHOUT GAUGE FIXING

G. Parisi;Yong-shi Wu.

Science of Sintering **(1981)**

1502 Citations

Infinite Number of Order Parameters for Spin-Glasses

G. Parisi.

Physical Review Letters **(1979)**

1326 Citations

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