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Mathematics
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2140
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131

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

His primary areas of study are Statistical physics, Phase transition, Critical exponent, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and Directed percolation. His Statistical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Renormalization group, AdS/CFT correspondence, Curvature and Surface. His Phase transition study also includes fields such as

- Equilibrium phase which is related to area like Lévy flight,
- Mathematical analysis, which have a strong connection to Annihilation.

The concepts of his Non-equilibrium thermodynamics study are interwoven with issues in Wetting, Wetting transition, Phase, Condensed matter physics and Substrate. Haye Hinrichsen has researched Directed percolation in several fields, including Universality, Critical phenomena, Statistical mechanics and Fractal. His work in Critical phenomena addresses issues such as Lattice, which are connected to fields such as Scaling.

- Non-equilibrium critical phenomena and phase transitions into absorbing states (1151 citations)
- Nonequilibrium Critical Phenomena and Phase Transitions into Absorbing States (989 citations)
- Critical Coarsening without Surface Tension: The Universality Class of the Voter Model (261 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Statistical physics, Directed percolation, Phase transition, Condensed matter physics and Non-equilibrium thermodynamics. His research in Statistical physics intersects with topics in Renormalization group, Mean field theory and Critical exponent, Scaling. His Renormalization group research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Universality and Critical phenomena.

Haye Hinrichsen has included themes like Power law, Percolation, Crossover and Percolation critical exponents in his Directed percolation study. His work in Phase transition addresses subjects such as Lattice, which are connected to disciplines such as Renormalization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wetting, Wetting transition and Annihilation in addition to Non-equilibrium thermodynamics.

- Statistical physics (48.06%)
- Directed percolation (27.18%)
- Phase transition (24.76%)

- Statistical physics (48.06%)
- Entropy production (8.74%)
- Non-equilibrium thermodynamics (19.90%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Statistical physics, Entropy production, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Quantum mechanics and Condensed matter physics. His Statistical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Renormalization group, Directed percolation, Observable, Random walk and Scaling. His Renormalization group study combines topics in areas such as Universality and Phase transition.

His studies deal with areas such as Power law and Exponential function as well as Directed percolation. In his research, Mathematical physics is intimately related to Upper and lower bounds, which falls under the overarching field of Non-equilibrium thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Critical phenomena and Functional renormalization group in his study of Critical exponent.

- Generalized probability theories: what determines the structure of quantum theory? (90 citations)
- Topological Complexity in AdS3/CFT2 (77 citations)
- Fixed-energy sandpiles belong generically to directed percolation. (39 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Statistical physics, Entropy production, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Entropy and Upper and lower bounds. His Statistical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Directed percolation, Topological complexity, Spacetime and Curvature. His Spacetime research incorporates elements of Surface, Anti-de Sitter space, AdS/CFT correspondence and Tensor.

His Entropy production research incorporates themes from Large deviations theory, Class, Observable, Markov jump process and Trajectory. His work carried out in the field of Non-equilibrium thermodynamics brings together such families of science as Phase transition, Renormalization group, Isolated system and Lattice. His Entropy study incorporates themes from Residual entropy, Entropy rate and Wetting transition.

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Non-equilibrium critical phenomena and phase transitions into absorbing states

Haye Hinrichsen.

Advances in Physics **(2000)**

1807 Citations

Non-equilibrium critical phenomena and phase transitions into absorbing states

Haye Hinrichsen.

Advances in Physics **(2000)**

1807 Citations

Nonequilibrium Critical Phenomena and Phase Transitions into Absorbing States

Haye Hinrichsen.

arXiv: Statistical Mechanics **(2000)**

1631 Citations

Nonequilibrium Critical Phenomena and Phase Transitions into Absorbing States

Haye Hinrichsen.

arXiv: Statistical Mechanics **(2000)**

1631 Citations

Non-Equilibrium Phase Transitions: Volume 1: Absorbing Phase Transitions

Malte Henkel;Haye Hinrichsen;Sven Lübeck.

**(2009)**

378 Citations

Critical Coarsening without Surface Tension: The Universality Class of the Voter Model

Ivan Dornic;Hugues Chaté;Jérôme Chave;Haye Hinrichsen.

Physical Review Letters **(2001)**

357 Citations

Critical Coarsening without Surface Tension: The Universality Class of the Voter Model

Ivan Dornic;Hugues Chaté;Jérôme Chave;Haye Hinrichsen.

Physical Review Letters **(2001)**

357 Citations

Maximal Localisation in the Presence of Minimal Uncertainties in Positions and Momenta

Haye Hinrichsen;Achim Kempf.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(1995)**

254 Citations

Maximal localization in the presence of minimal uncertainties in positions and in momenta

Haye Hinrichsen;Achim Kempf.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1996)**

243 Citations

Maximal localization in the presence of minimal uncertainties in positions and in momenta

Haye Hinrichsen;Achim Kempf.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1996)**

243 Citations

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