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Physics
D-index
86
Citations
21,831
182
World Ranking
1817
National Ranking
167

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Geometry

His main research concerns Supergravity, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry, Mathematical physics and Quantum mechanics. His study of M-theory is a part of Supergravity. His Theoretical physics study which covers AdS/CFT correspondence that intersects with Anti-de Sitter space, Black hole, Critical phenomena, Superconductivity and Condensed matter physics.

His work on Gauged supergravity is typically connected to Type as part of general Supersymmetry study, connecting several disciplines of science. In the field of Mathematical physics, his study on Einstein overlaps with subjects such as Ring. He interconnects Concentric and Kaluza–Klein theory in the investigation of issues within Quantum mechanics.

- All supersymmetric solutions of minimal supergravity in five- dimensions (827 citations)
- Sasaki-Einstein Metrics on S^2 x S^3 (500 citations)
- Superstrings with intrinsic torsion (445 citations)

His primary areas of study are Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics and Black hole. His Supergravity study combines topics in areas such as Quantum electrodynamics, Brane cosmology and AdS/CFT correspondence. His work on Spinor and Dilaton as part of general Mathematical physics research is frequently linked to Duality, bridging the gap between disciplines.

In his research on the topic of Supersymmetry, Pure mathematics is strongly related with Space. While the research belongs to areas of Theoretical physics, Jerome P. Gauntlett spends his time largely on the problem of Field, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Conformal map. His Black hole research integrates issues from Classical mechanics, Horizon and Scaling.

- Supergravity (62.79%)
- Mathematical physics (56.20%)
- Supersymmetry (40.31%)

- Black hole (22.09%)
- Mathematical physics (56.20%)
- Supergravity (62.79%)

Jerome P. Gauntlett mainly investigates Black hole, Mathematical physics, Supergravity, AdS/CFT correspondence and Supersymmetry. His studies in Black hole integrate themes in fields like Quantum electrodynamics, Horizon, Thermoelectric effect and Classical mechanics. His biological study focuses on Gauged supergravity.

In his papers, Jerome P. Gauntlett integrates diverse fields, such as Supergravity and Axion. The AdS/CFT correspondence study combines topics in areas such as Gravitation, Anti-de Sitter space and Supersymmetric gauge theory. His Supersymmetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Monodromy and String theory.

- The thermoelectric properties of inhomogeneous holographic lattices (164 citations)
- Navier-Stokes equations on black hole horizons and DC thermoelectric conductivity. (97 citations)
- Thermoelectric DC conductivities and Stokes flows on black hole horizons (81 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Geometry

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in AdS/CFT correspondence, Black hole, Mathematical physics, Supergravity and Horizon. His work deals with themes such as Phase transition, Quantum entanglement, Conductivity, Magnetic field and Scaling, which intersect with AdS/CFT correspondence. Jerome P. Gauntlett has included themes like Conformal map, Charge density, Quantum electrodynamics, Thermoelectric effect and Lattice in his Black hole study.

In his work, Field is strongly intertwined with Twist, which is a subfield of Mathematical physics. Supergravity is a subfield of Supersymmetry that Jerome P. Gauntlett investigates. His Horizon research includes themes of Gravitation, Quantum mechanics and Black hole thermodynamics.

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All supersymmetric solutions of minimal supergravity in five- dimensions

Jerome P Gauntlett;Jan B Gutowski;Christopher M Hull;Stathis Pakis.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2003)**

827 Citations

Sasaki-Einstein Metrics on S^2 x S^3

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Dario Martelli;James Sparks;Daniel Waldram.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2004)**

690 Citations

Supersymmetric AdS_5 solutions of M-theory

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Dario Martelli;James Sparks;Daniel Waldram.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2004)**

527 Citations

Superstrings with intrinsic torsion

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Dario Martelli;Daniel Waldram.

Physical Review D **(2004)**

445 Citations

Supersymmetric AdS(5) solutions of M theory

Jerome P Gauntlett;Jerome P Gauntlett;Dario Martelli;James Sparks;Daniel Waldram.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2004)**

398 Citations

The geometry of D = 11 Killing spinors

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Stathis Pakis.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2003)**

398 Citations

Novel metals and insulators from holography

Aristomenis Donos;Jerome P. Gauntlett.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2014)**

352 Citations

Black holes of D = 5 supergravity

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Robert C. Myers;Paul K. Townsend.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(1999)**

349 Citations

Consistent Kaluza-Klein reductions for general supersymmetric AdS solutions

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Oscar Varela.

Physical Review D **(2007)**

349 Citations

General Concentric Black Rings

Jerome P. Gauntlett;Jerome P. Gauntlett;Jan B. Gutowski.

Physical Review D **(2005)**

343 Citations

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