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Physics
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71
Citations
18,523
126
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3274
National Ranking
125

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His main research concerns Mathematical physics, Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum chromodynamics, Wilson loop and Scattering amplitude. His study in the field of Supersymmetry also crosses realms of AdS/CFT correspondence. His Quantum electrodynamics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cusp, Yang–Mills theory, Renormalization and Perturbation theory.

Gregory P. Korchemsky has included themes like Hamiltonian, Theoretical physics and Integrable system in his Quantum chromodynamics study. His Hamiltonian research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conservation law, Scattering and Bethe ansatz. His Scattering amplitude study is concerned with the field of Amplitude as a whole.

- Review of AdS/CFT Integrability: An Overview (1194 citations)
- Dual superconformal symmetry of scattering amplitudes in N=4 super-Yang-Mills theory (725 citations)
- Conformal properties of four-gluon planar amplitudes and Wilson loops (674 citations)

Gregory P. Korchemsky focuses on Mathematical physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Particle physics, Quantum mechanics and Scattering amplitude. The Wilson loop, Gauge theory and Supersymmetry research Gregory P. Korchemsky does as part of his general Mathematical physics study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Operator, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Quantum chromodynamics study incorporates themes from Hamiltonian, Quantum number and Bethe ansatz, Integrable system.

His Particle physics research integrates issues from Factorization, Twist and Renormalization. His research investigates the connection between Renormalization and topics such as Quantum electrodynamics that intersect with issues in Perturbation theory. His Scattering amplitude study focuses on MHV amplitudes in particular.

- Mathematical physics (67.20%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (45.70%)
- Particle physics (25.27%)

- Mathematical physics (67.20%)
- Correlation function (10.22%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (45.70%)

Gregory P. Korchemsky mostly deals with Mathematical physics, Correlation function, Quantum chromodynamics, Operator and Quantum mechanics. Gregory P. Korchemsky has researched Mathematical physics in several fields, including Conformal map, Loop and Semiclassical physics. His research integrates issues of Correlation function and Scalar in his study of Conformal map.

His Correlation function research includes themes of Symmetry, Light cone, Limit, Function and Scattering amplitude. The Quantum chromodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Gauge theory, Cusp and Differential equation. His Gauge theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scattering and Order.

- The three-loop cusp anomalous dimension in QCD and its supersymmetric extensions (100 citations)
- Integrability of conformal fishnet theory (84 citations)
- Three loop cusp anomalous dimension in QCD. (79 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical physics, Conformal field theory, Quantum chromodynamics, Quantum mechanics and Correlation function. Gregory P. Korchemsky works in the field of Mathematical physics, namely Feynman diagram. His Conformal field theory research incorporates themes from Operator product expansion, Scaling limit, Conformal symmetry and Scaling dimension.

His Quantum chromodynamics research includes elements of Dimension, Wilson loop, Gauge theory, Loop and Scattering amplitude. His work in the fields of Quantum mechanics, such as Cauchy stress tensor and Observable, intersects with other areas such as R-symmetry and Supermultiplet. Gregory P. Korchemsky interconnects Function and Yang–Mills theory in the investigation of issues within Correlation function.

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Review of AdS/CFT Integrability: An Overview

Niklas Beisert;Changrim Ahn;Luis F. Alday;Zoltán Bajnok.

Letters in Mathematical Physics **(2012)**

1593 Citations

Renormalization of the Wilson loops beyond the leading order

G.P. Korchemsky;A.V. Radyushkin.

Nuclear Physics **(1987)**

749 Citations

Dual superconformal symmetry of scattering amplitudes in N=4 super-Yang-Mills theory

J.M. Drummond;J. Henn;G.P. Korchemsky;E. Sokatchev.

Nuclear Physics **(2010)**

725 Citations

Conformal properties of four-gluon planar amplitudes and Wilson loops

J.M. Drummond;G.P. Korchemsky;E. Sokatchev.

Nuclear Physics **(2008)**

674 Citations

High energy QCD as a completely integrable model

L.D. Faddeev;L.D. Faddeev;G.P. Korchemsky.

Physics Letters B **(1995)**

625 Citations

On planar gluon amplitudes/Wilson loops duality

J.M. Drummond;J. Henn;G.P. Korchemsky;E. Sokatchev.

Nuclear Physics **(2008)**

510 Citations

Conformal Ward identities for Wilson loops and a test of the duality with gluon amplitudes

J.M. Drummond;J. Henn;G.P. Korchemsky;E. Sokatchev.

Nuclear Physics **(2010)**

492 Citations

Partonic distributions for large x and renormalization of Wilson loop

G.P. Korchemsky;G. Marchesini.

Nuclear Physics **(1993)**

478 Citations

Hexagon Wilson loop = six-gluon MHV amplitude

J. M. Drummond;J. M. Henn;G. P. Korchemsky;E. Sokatchev.

Nuclear Physics **(2009)**

455 Citations

ASYMPTOTICS OF THE ALTARELLI-PARISI-LIPATOV EVOLUTION KERNELS OF PARTON DISTRIBUTIONS

G.P. Korchemsky.

Modern Physics Letters A **(1989)**

386 Citations

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