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Physics
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72
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15,458
183
World Ranking
2900
National Ranking
51

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

Jan de Boer mostly deals with Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Supergravity, Quantum mechanics and Instanton. Jan de Boer combines subjects such as Conformal map, Supersymmetry, Particle physics and Moduli space with his study of Theoretical physics. Jan de Boer has researched Mathematical physics in several fields, including Conformal anomaly, N = 2 superconformal algebra and Spacetime.

His study looks at the relationship between Supergravity and topics such as Conformal field theory, which overlap with Quantum electrodynamics, String theory, De Sitter space, Conformal symmetry and Curved space. A large part of his Quantum mechanics studies is devoted to Brane. The various areas that Jan de Boer examines in his Instanton study include 3D mirror symmetry and Supersymmetric gauge theory.

- On the holographic renormalization group (746 citations)
- On the holographic renormalization group (746 citations)
- Mass, entropy and holography in asymptotically de Sitter spaces (389 citations)

Jan de Boer mainly investigates Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, Gauge theory and Supergravity. His Theoretical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supersymmetry, Instanton, Black hole and Moduli space. He interconnects Spacetime, Conformal field theory and AdS/CFT correspondence in the investigation of issues within Mathematical physics.

He has included themes like Conformal anomaly and Quantum electrodynamics in his AdS/CFT correspondence study. His Gauge theory research includes elements of M-theory, Superpotential, Field theory and Higgs boson. His Supergravity study is focused on Particle physics in general.

- Theoretical physics (44.20%)
- Mathematical physics (42.75%)
- Quantum mechanics (20.29%)

- Theoretical physics (44.20%)
- Classical mechanics (13.04%)
- AdS/CFT correspondence (15.22%)

His primary areas of study are Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics, AdS/CFT correspondence, Quantum entanglement and Spacetime. His study in Theoretical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Conformal field theory, Connection, Homogeneous space, Gravitation and Hamiltonian. His Classical mechanics research includes themes of Effective action, Scale invariance, Black hole and Dissipative system.

His AdS/CFT correspondence research is within the category of Quantum mechanics. His Quantum entanglement study incorporates themes from Disjoint sets, Observable and Mathematical physics. As a part of the same scientific study, Jan de Boer usually deals with the Spacetime, concentrating on Entropy and frequently concerns with Scalar field, Charge, Spin-½ and Holography.

- Topological Classification of Crystalline Insulators through Band Structure Combinatorics (286 citations)
- Entanglement, holography and causal diamonds (143 citations)
- Entwinement and the emergence of spacetime (139 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

His primary areas of investigation include AdS/CFT correspondence, Quantum entanglement, Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics and Conformal field theory. His AdS/CFT correspondence study introduces a deeper knowledge of Quantum mechanics. His studies deal with areas such as Conformal map, Mathematical physics, Spacetime, Observable and Topology as well as Quantum entanglement.

His work in the fields of Mathematical physics, such as Scalar field, intersects with other areas such as Computation. Jan de Boer carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Theoretical physics and Crystal. His Classical mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Brane, Tensor, Field, Effective action and Black hole.

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On the holographic renormalization group

Jan de Boer;Jan de Boer;Erik P. Verlinde;Herman L. Verlinde;Herman L. Verlinde.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2000)**

856 Citations

Topological Classification of Crystalline Insulators through Band Structure Combinatorics

Jorrit Kruthoff;Jan de Boer;Jasper van Wezel;Charles L. Kane.

Physical Review X **(2017)**

487 Citations

Mass, entropy and holography in asymptotically de Sitter spaces

Vijay Balasubramanian;Jan de Boer;Djordje Minic.

Physical Review D **(2002)**

420 Citations

Six-Dimensional Supergravity on S^3 X AdS_3 and 2d Conformal Field Theory

Jan de Boer.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(1998)**

395 Citations

Six-dimensional supergravity on S3 × AdS3 and 2d conformal field theory

Jan de Boer;Jan de Boer.

Nuclear Physics **(1999)**

393 Citations

Permeable conformal walls and holography

Constantin Bachas;Constantin Bachas;Jan de Boer;Jan de Boer;Robbert Dijkgraaf;Robbert Dijkgraaf;Hirosi Ooguri;Hirosi Ooguri.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2002)**

317 Citations

Triples, Fluxes, and Strings

Jan de Boer;Robbert Dijkgraaf;David R. Morrison;John Morgan.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2000)**

310 Citations

Holographic Thermalization

Vijay Balasubramanian;Alice Bernamonti;Jan de Boer;Neil B. Copland.

Physical Review D **(2011)**

301 Citations

String theory on AdS 3

Jan de Boer;Jan de Boer;Hirosi Ooguri;Hirosi Ooguri;Harlan Robins;Harlan Robins;Jonathan Tannenhauser;Jonathan Tannenhauser.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(1998)**

281 Citations

AdS_7/CFT_6, Gauss-Bonnet Gravity, and Viscosity Bound

Jan de Boer;Manuela Kulaxizi;Andrei Parnachev.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2009)**

271 Citations

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