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Mathematics
D-index
33
Citations
3,560
141
World Ranking
2272
National Ranking
29

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Geometry

Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, Noncommutative geometry, Gauge theory and Fuzzy sphere are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Symmetry, Scalar field theory, Path integral formulation, Quantization and Mixing as well as Mathematical physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Commutative property, Plane, Brane and Newtonian limit.

In Brane, Harold Steinacker works on issues like Fundamental interaction, which are connected to Matrix. His research investigates the link between Gauge theory and topics such as Extra dimensions that cross with problems in Fermion, Spontaneous symmetry breaking, Chirality, Dimensional reduction and Zero. The various areas that Harold Steinacker examines in his Fuzzy sphere study include Random matrix and Instanton.

- Emergent geometry and gravity from matrix models: an introduction (207 citations)
- Quantized Gauge Theory on the Fuzzy Sphere as Random Matrix Model (188 citations)
- Scaling limits of the fuzzy sphere at one loop (137 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Noncommutative geometry, Matrix and Quantum mechanics. His work on Mathematical physics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Extra dimensions. The Gauge theory study combines topics in areas such as Theoretical physics, Vacuum energy and Spin-½.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Commutative property, Plane, Mixing and Renormalization in addition to Noncommutative geometry. His research investigates the connection between Matrix and topics such as Effective action that intersect with issues in Gauge symmetry. His research investigates the connection with Brane and areas like Classical mechanics which intersect with concerns in Quantum gravity.

- Mathematical physics (63.59%)
- Gauge theory (32.31%)
- Noncommutative geometry (29.74%)

- Mathematical physics (63.59%)
- Gauge theory (32.31%)
- Theoretical physics (20.51%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Theoretical physics, Matrix and Quantum. His study in Mathematical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Friedmann–Lemaître–Robertson–Walker metric and Dark matter. His Gauge theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Graviton, Quantum spacetime and Spin-½.

His Theoretical physics research incorporates elements of Noncommutative geometry, Supergravity, Euclidean geometry, Chiral gauge theory and Field theory. His Noncommutative geometry research includes elements of Plane, Spherical harmonics and Laplace operator. His Matrix study deals with the bigger picture of Quantum mechanics.

- Covariant 4-dimensional fuzzy spheres, matrix models and higher spin (37 citations)
- Emergent gravity on covariant quantum spaces in the IKKT model (34 citations)
- String states, loops and effective actions in noncommutative field theory and matrix models (28 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Geometry

Mathematical physics, Matrix, Covariant transformation, Theoretical physics and Extra dimensions are his primary areas of study. Harold Steinacker performs multidisciplinary study in Mathematical physics and SPHERES in his work. His studies in Matrix integrate themes in fields like Space and Yang–Mills existence and mass gap.

His research investigates the connection between Covariant transformation and topics such as Gauge theory that intersect with problems in SO, Twist, Universal extra dimension, Gravitation and Quantization. His work deals with themes such as Loop space, Quantum electrodynamics, Supergravity, Scalar and Spontaneous symmetry breaking, which intersect with Theoretical physics. His Extra dimensions research integrates issues from Symmetry, Type and Supersymmetric gauge theory.

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Emergent geometry and gravity from matrix models: an introduction

Harold Steinacker.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2010)**

258 Citations

Emergent geometry and gravity from matrix models: an introduction

Harold Steinacker.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2010)**

258 Citations

Quantized Gauge Theory on the Fuzzy Sphere as Random Matrix Model

Harold Steinacker.

Nuclear Physics **(2004)**

191 Citations

Quantized Gauge Theory on the Fuzzy Sphere as Random Matrix Model

Harold Steinacker.

Nuclear Physics **(2004)**

191 Citations

Emergent Gravity from Noncommutative Gauge Theory

Harold Steinacker.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2007)**

179 Citations

Emergent Gravity from Noncommutative Gauge Theory

Harold Steinacker.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2007)**

179 Citations

Scaling limits of the fuzzy sphere at one loop

Chong-Sun Chu;John Madore;John Madore;Harold Steinacker;Harold Steinacker.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2001)**

149 Citations

Scaling limits of the fuzzy sphere at one loop

Chong-Sun Chu;John Madore;John Madore;Harold Steinacker;Harold Steinacker.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2001)**

149 Citations

Dynamical generation of fuzzy extra dimensions, dimensional reduction and symmetry breaking

Paolo Aschieri;Theodoros Grammatikopoulos;Harold Steinacker;George Zoupanos.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2006)**

115 Citations

Dynamical generation of fuzzy extra dimensions, dimensional reduction and symmetry breaking

Paolo Aschieri;Theodoros Grammatikopoulos;Harold Steinacker;George Zoupanos.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2006)**

115 Citations

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