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Physics
D-index
83
Citations
33,309
180
World Ranking
1992
National Ranking
1026

2016 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

2013 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

2009 - Nishina Memorial Prize

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- String theory

Mathematical physics, String theory, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics and String are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Hirosi Ooguri examines in his Mathematical physics study include Type II string theory, Quantum electrodynamics, Gravitational singularity and BTZ black hole. His studies in Supersymmetry integrate themes in fields like Symmetry breaking, Perturbation theory, Compactification, Conformal symmetry and Gauge theory.

His research integrates issues of Instanton, Particle physics, Quantum mechanics, Supersymmetric gauge theory and Supergravity in his study of Theoretical physics. His Quantum mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Conformal field theory and Moduli space. While the research belongs to areas of String field theory, Hirosi Ooguri spends his time largely on the problem of N = 4 supersymmetric Yang–Mills theory, intersecting his research to questions surrounding AdS/CFT correspondence.

- Large N Field Theories, String Theory and Gravity (4540 citations)
- Large N Field Theories, String Theory and Gravity (4540 citations)
- Kodaira-Spencer theory of gravity and exact results for quantum string amplitudes (1402 citations)

Hirosi Ooguri focuses on Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Gauge theory, Supersymmetry and String theory. His study in Mathematical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum mechanics and Conformal field theory. His work deals with themes such as Particle physics and Moduli space, which intersect with Theoretical physics.

His Gauge theory study combines topics in areas such as Supergravity, Superpotential and Glueball. His Supersymmetry study incorporates themes from Field, Partition function and Pure mathematics. His String theory research incorporates themes from Compactification, Conifold and Superstring theory.

- Mathematical physics (66.20%)
- Theoretical physics (70.99%)
- Gauge theory (35.21%)

- Theoretical physics (70.99%)
- Mathematical physics (66.20%)
- Conformal field theory (27.32%)

His primary areas of study are Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Conformal field theory, Conformal map and Symmetry. The various areas that Hirosi Ooguri examines in his Theoretical physics study include Quantum gravity, Superposition principle, AdS/CFT correspondence and Gauge theory. The concepts of his Mathematical physics study are interwoven with issues in Gravitation, Spacetime, Entropy and Conjecture.

His Conformal field theory research includes themes of Operator product expansion and Classical mechanics. Hirosi Ooguri interconnects Field, Twist, Field, Moduli space and Supersymmetry in the investigation of issues within Conformal map. His Supersymmetry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Curvature and Supersymmetric gauge theory.

- Distance and de Sitter Conjectures on the Swampland (442 citations)
- Distance and de Sitter Conjectures on the Swampland (442 citations)
- De Sitter Space and the Swampland (291 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- String theory

His scientific interests lie mostly in Conformal field theory, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Quantum mechanics and Entropy. His studies deal with areas such as Light cone, Upper and lower bounds, Quantum entanglement and Classical mechanics as well as Conformal field theory. His research in Mathematical physics intersects with topics in Twist and De Sitter universe, Swampland.

His research integrates issues of Quantum gravity, Irreducible representation, Anti-de Sitter space and AdS/CFT correspondence in his study of Theoretical physics. His research investigates the connection with AdS/CFT correspondence and areas like Boundary which intersect with concerns in Spacetime. Hirosi Ooguri focuses mostly in the field of Quantum mechanics, narrowing it down to matters related to Conformal symmetry and, in some cases, Squashed entanglement.

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Large N Field Theories, String Theory and Gravity

Ofer Aharony;Steven S. Gubser;Juan Martin Maldacena;Hirosi Ooguri;Hirosi Ooguri.

Physics Reports **(2000)**

5608 Citations

Kodaira-Spencer theory of gravity and exact results for quantum string amplitudes

M. Bershadsky;S. Cecotti;H. Ooguri;C. Vafa.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1994)**

1472 Citations

On the Geometry of the String Landscape and the Swampland

Hirosi Ooguri;Cumrun Vafa.

Nuclear Physics **(2007)**

870 Citations

Strings in AdS3 and the SL(2,R) WZW model. I: The spectrum

Juan Martin Maldacena;Hirosi Ooguri.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(2001)**

783 Citations

Strings in AdS_3 and the SL(2,R) WZW Model. Part 1: The Spectrum

Juan Maldacena;Hirosi Ooguri.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2000)**

754 Citations

Black hole attractors and the topological string

Hirosi Ooguri;Andrew Strominger;Cumrun Vafa.

Physical Review D **(2004)**

699 Citations

Knot Invariants and Topological Strings

Hirosi Ooguri;Cumrun Vafa.

Nuclear Physics **(2000)**

688 Citations

Open strings on AdS2 branes

Peter Lee;Hirosi Ooguri;Jongwon Park;Jonathan Tannenhauser.

Nuclear Physics **(2001)**

669 Citations

Holomorphic anomalies in topological field theories

M. Bershadsky;S. Cecotti;H. Ooguri;C. Vafa.

Nuclear Physics **(1993)**

663 Citations

Wilson loops and minimal surfaces

Nadav Drukker;Nadav Drukker;David J. Gross;Hirosi Ooguri;Hirosi Ooguri.

Physical Review D **(1999)**

657 Citations

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