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Mathematics
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40
Citations
6,431
216
World Ranking
1385
National Ranking
72

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Geometry

Grégory Schehr focuses on Statistical physics, Brownian motion, Random matrix, Mathematical analysis and Mathematical physics. His Statistical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fixed point, Stochastic process, Steady state, Random walk and Extreme value theory. His work deals with themes such as Jump and Lattice, which intersect with Random walk.

He combines subjects such as Fermion, Probability density function and Random variable with his study of Random matrix. Grégory Schehr has researched Mathematical analysis in several fields, including Phase transition, Jump process, Position and Joint probability distribution. His Mathematical physics study incorporates themes from Stationary state, Distribution, Critical line and Dirac delta function.

- Persistence and first-passage properties in nonequilibrium systems (323 citations)
- Persistence and First-Passage Properties in Non-equilibrium Systems (289 citations)
- First Order Transition for the Optimal Search Time of Lévy Flights with Resetting. (157 citations)

His main research concerns Distribution, Random walk, Combinatorics, Mathematical physics and Brownian motion. The Distribution study combines topics in areas such as Probability distribution, Random matrix, Position, Interval and Rate function. His work on Lévy flight as part of general Random walk study is frequently connected to Maxima and Constant, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.

His Combinatorics study also includes fields such as

- Random variable which is related to area like Extreme value theory and Statistical physics,
- Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and related Orthogonal polynomials. His research integrates issues of Fermion, Plane, Phase and Scaling in his study of Mathematical physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Probability density function and Mathematical analysis in addition to Brownian motion.

- Distribution (25.86%)
- Random walk (23.95%)
- Combinatorics (24.33%)

- Distribution (25.86%)
- Random walk (23.95%)
- Mathematical physics (19.01%)

Grégory Schehr mainly focuses on Distribution, Random walk, Mathematical physics, Fermion and Statistical physics. His Distribution study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pfaffian, Symplectic geometry, Pure mathematics and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. The concepts of his Random walk study are interwoven with issues in Probability distribution, Jump and Lattice.

His studies in Mathematical physics integrate themes in fields like Beta, Plane, Dimension and Ising model. His study in Fermion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Condensed matter physics, Edge and Quantum fluctuation. His Statistical physics research includes elements of Particle, Lévy flight and Position.

- Stochastic Resetting and Applications (98 citations)
- Extreme value statistics of correlated random variables: A pedagogical review (40 citations)
- Universal Survival Probability for a d-Dimensional Run-and-Tumble Particle. (21 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Geometry

Grégory Schehr mainly investigates Statistical physics, Distribution, Random walk, Mathematical analysis and Lévy flight. His Statistical physics study combines topics in areas such as Gumbel distribution, Weibull distribution, Probability theory and Position. His Distribution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Initial value problem, Dimension, Large deviations theory, Mathematical physics and Exponential function.

Grégory Schehr has included themes like Probability distribution and Extreme value theory in his Random walk study. His study looks at the relationship between Probability distribution and fields such as Jump, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work carried out in the field of Mathematical analysis brings together such families of science as Stochastic process, Force field and Jump process.

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Persistence and First-Passage Properties in Non-equilibrium Systems

Alan J. Bray;Satya N. Majumdar;G. Schehr.

arXiv: Statistical Mechanics **(2013)**

495 Citations

Persistence and first-passage properties in nonequilibrium systems

Alan J. Bray;Satya N. Majumdar;Grégory Schehr.

Advances in Physics **(2013)**

420 Citations

Stochastic Resetting and Applications

Martin R Evans;Satya N Majumdar;Grégory Schehr.

Journal of Physics A **(2020)**

242 Citations

First Order Transition for the Optimal Search Time of Lévy Flights with Resetting

Lukasz Kusmierz;Satya N. Majumdar;Sanjib Sabhapandit;Grégory Schehr.

Physical Review Letters **(2014)**

229 Citations

Top eigenvalue of a random matrix: large deviations and third order phase transition

Satya N Majumdar;Grégory Schehr.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2014)**

176 Citations

Collective dynamics of social annotation

Ciro Cattuto;Alain Barrat;Andrea Baldassarri;Gregory Schehr.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America **(2009)**

162 Citations

Non-intersecting Brownian walkers and Yang–Mills theory on the sphere

Peter J. Forrester;Satya N. Majumdar;Grégory Schehr.

Nuclear Physics **(2011)**

155 Citations

Dynamical transition in the temporal relaxation of stochastic processes under resetting.

Satya N. Majumdar;Sanjib Sabhapandit;Grégory Schehr.

Physical Review E **(2015)**

125 Citations

Fluctuating Interfaces Subject to Stochastic Resetting

Shamik Gupta;Satya N. Majumdar;Grégory Schehr.

Physical Review Letters **(2014)**

122 Citations

First passages for a search by a swarm of independent random searchers

Carlos Mejía-Monasterio;Gleb Oshanin;Grégory Schehr.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2011)**

122 Citations

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