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Mathematics
D-index
33
Citations
3,905
117
World Ranking
2256
National Ranking
29

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum field theory

His primary areas of investigation include Statistical physics, Mathematical analysis, Complex system, Dynamical systems theory and Invariant measure. His work deals with themes such as Phase transition, Lattice and Condensed matter physics, which intersect with Statistical physics. He regularly links together related areas like Quantum mechanics in his Lattice studies.

Mathematical analysis and Nonlinear system are frequently intertwined in his study. His Complex system study combines topics in areas such as Ginzburg landau equation, Mathematical physics, Functional renormalization group and Stationary solution. His Invariant measure course of study focuses on Exponential function and Mixing, Ergodicity, Space and Uniqueness.

- Fashionable Nonsense: Postmodern Intellectuals' Abuse of Science (394 citations)
- Renormalization Group and Asymptotics of Solutions of Nonlinear Parabolic Equations (175 citations)
- Lower critical dimension for the random-field Ising model. (168 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum mechanics, Statistical physics, Mathematical analysis, Theoretical physics and Lattice. His study in the fields of Ising model, De Broglie–Bohm theory and Lattice field theory under the domain of Quantum mechanics overlaps with other disciplines such as Copenhagen interpretation. His study on Ising model also encompasses disciplines like

- Phase transition that intertwine with fields like Finite set,
- Gibbs state which intersects with area such as Uniqueness.

The various areas that Jean Bricmont examines in his Statistical physics study include Complex system, Renormalization group and Mean field theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Invariant measure, Torus and Nonlinear system. His studies deal with areas such as Perturbation, Continuous symmetry, Exponential decay, Inverse and Classical mechanics as well as Lattice.

- Quantum mechanics (22.36%)
- Statistical physics (18.01%)
- Mathematical analysis (17.39%)

- Quantum mechanics (22.36%)
- Theoretical physics (14.91%)
- De Broglie–Bohm theory (4.97%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum mechanics, Theoretical physics, De Broglie–Bohm theory, Einstein and Quantum nonlocality. He studies Hidden variable theory, a branch of Quantum mechanics. Much of his study explores Theoretical physics relationship to Quantum.

His work in the fields of Quantum system overlaps with other areas such as Sense and Nonsense. Jean Bricmont works mostly in the field of De Broglie–Bohm theory, limiting it down to topics relating to Function and, in certain cases, Pilot wave and Meaning, as a part of the same area of interest. His study looks at the intersection of Einstein and topics like Schrödinger's cat with Simple, Mathematical proof and Observable.

- Quantum Sense and Nonsense (6 citations)
- Schr"odinger's paradox and proofs of nonlocality using only perfect correlations (2 citations)
- THE DE BROGLIE-BOHM THEORY AS A RATIONAL COMPLETION OF QUANTUM MECHANICS (2 citations)

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Fashionable Nonsense: Postmodern Intellectuals' Abuse of Science

Alan Sokal;Jean Bricmont;N. David Mermin.

**(1997)**

1631 Citations

Lower critical dimension for the random-field Ising model.

Jean Bricmont;A. Kupiainen.

Physical Review Letters **(1987)**

277 Citations

Renormalization Group and Asymptotics of Solutions of Nonlinear Parabolic Equations

Jean Bricmont;Antti Kupiainen;G. Lin.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics **(1994)**

264 Citations

Intellectual Impostures: Postmodern Philosophers' Abuse of Science

Alan D. Sokal;Jean Bricmont.

**(1999)**

229 Citations

Science of chaos or chaos in science

Jean Bricmont.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences **(1995)**

204 Citations

Random Surfaces in Statistical-mechanics - Roughening, Rounding, Wetting

J. Bricmont;A. El Mellouki;J. Fröhlich.

Journal of Statistical Physics **(1986)**

194 Citations

Universality in blow-up for nonlinear heat equations

J Bricmont;A Kupiainen.

Nonlinearity **(1994)**

162 Citations

Random-walks in Asymmetric Random-environments

Jean Bricmont;Antti Kupiainen.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1991)**

160 Citations

Renormalization group and the Ginzburg-Landau equation

Jean Bricmont;Antti Kupiainen.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1992)**

158 Citations

First order phase transitions in lattice and continuous systems: extension of Pirogov-Sinai theory

Jean Bricmont;K. Kuroda;J.L. Lebowitz.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1985)**

142 Citations

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