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Mathematics
D-index
31
Citations
3,352
62
World Ranking
2632
National Ranking
156

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His primary scientific interests are in Theoretical physics, Moduli space, Mathematical analysis, Boundary and String theory. His studies in Theoretical physics integrate themes in fields like Quantum electrodynamics, Supersymmetry and Spacetime. His Supersymmetry research focuses on Boundary value problem and how it connects with Orbifold.

His Moduli space study improves the overall literature in Pure mathematics. Johannes Walcher interconnects Quantum mechanics and Invariant in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis. His research in Boundary intersects with topics in Cover, Differential equation, Extension and Generating function.

- F-term equations near Gepner points (140 citations)
- Opening Mirror Symmetry on the Quintic (137 citations)
- Orientifolds of Gepner models (121 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Moduli space, Theoretical physics, Pure mathematics, Mathematical physics and Boundary. Johannes Walcher combines subjects such as Invariant, String, Superpotential and Holonomy with his study of Moduli space. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quantum electrodynamics, Supersymmetry and Spacetime.

His Mathematical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mirror symmetry and Holomorphic function. The Boundary study combines topics in areas such as Fixed point, Boundary value problem and Homogeneous space. Johannes Walcher has included themes like Matrix, Type and Gauge theory in his Brane cosmology study.

- Moduli space (30.09%)
- Theoretical physics (29.20%)
- Pure mathematics (28.32%)

- Pure mathematics (28.32%)
- Moduli space (30.09%)
- Topology (11.50%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pure mathematics, Moduli space, Topology, Calabi–Yau manifold and Conifold. His Pure mathematics study combines topics in areas such as Singularity, Logarithm, Algebraic number and Gauge theory. The concepts of his Gauge theory study are interwoven with issues in Holomorphic function and Anomaly.

His Moduli space research incorporates elements of Monodromy, Invariant and Superpotential. His study in the field of Topological quantum field theory, Space, Boundary and Homogeneous space is also linked to topics like Sigma model. His study in Conifold is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Measure, Mathematical analysis, String and Partition function.

- Extended Holomorphic Anomaly in Gauge Theory (108 citations)
- On the unipotence of autoequivalences of toric complete intersection Calabi–Yau categories (28 citations)
- Exponential networks and representations of quivers (18 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Quantum field theory

Pure mathematics, Calabi–Yau manifold, Moduli space, Gauge theory and Singularity are his primary areas of study. In the field of Pure mathematics, his study on Koszul complex, Abelian group and Orbifold overlaps with subjects such as Lie superalgebra. His Calabi–Yau manifold study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Compactification, Invariant, Algebraic number and Monodromy.

Johannes Walcher undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Moduli space and Affine variety in his work. The various areas that Johannes Walcher examines in his Gauge theory study include Wall-crossing, Geodesic, Supercharge, Supersymmetry and Quiver. His Singularity study incorporates themes from Group, Toric variety, Algebra, Complete intersection and Class.

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F-term equations near Gepner points

Kentaro Hori;Johannes Walcher.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2005)**

204 Citations

Opening Mirror Symmetry on the Quintic

Johannes Walcher.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2007)**

201 Citations

Stability of Landau-Ginzburg branes

Johannes Walcher.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(2005)**

175 Citations

Orientifolds of Gepner models

Ilka Brunner;Ilka Brunner;Kentaro Hori;Kazuo Hosomichi;Johannes Walcher.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2007)**

163 Citations

D-branes from matrix factorizations

Kentaro Hori;Johannes Walcher.

Comptes Rendus Physique **(2004)**

138 Citations

Disk enumeration on the quintic 3-fold

Rahul Pandharipande;J. Solomon;J. Solomon;Johannes Walcher.

Journal of the American Mathematical Society **(2008)**

134 Citations

Moduli Stabilization in Non-Geometric Backgrounds

Katrin Becker;Melanie Becker;Cumrun Vafa;Cumrun Vafa;Johannes Walcher.

Nuclear Physics **(2007)**

130 Citations

Dibaryons from Exceptional Collections

Christopher P. Herzog;Johannes Walcher.

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

126 Citations

BOUNDARIES, CROSSCAPS AND SIMPLE CURRENTS

Jürgen Fuchs;L.R. Huiszoon;A.N. Schellekens;C. Schweigert.

Physics Letters B **(2000)**

121 Citations

Chaotic duality in string theory

Sebastian Franco;Yang-Hui He;Christopher Herzog;Johannes Walcher.

Physical Review D **(2004)**

119 Citations

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