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Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats

Spain

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

Jorge G. Russo mostly deals with Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, String, Supersymmetry and Gauge theory. As a member of one scientific family, Jorge G. Russo mostly works in the field of Mathematical physics, focusing on String duality and, on occasion, Supergravity. The various areas that Jorge G. Russo examines in his String study include Bound state, Type II string theory and Integrable system.

His work deals with themes such as Partition function, Scalar and Flux tube, which intersect with Supersymmetry. The concepts of his Scalar study are interwoven with issues in Structure constants, Gauge symmetry, Feynman diagram and Lie algebra. When carried out as part of a general Gauge theory research project, his work on Wilson loop is frequently linked to work in Soliton, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.

- Large N limit of non-commutative gauge theories (424 citations)
- Spinning strings in AdS(5) x S**5: New integrable system relations (337 citations)
- Spinning strings in AdS5 x S5 and integrable systems (299 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, String, Gauge theory and Theoretical physics. His Mathematical physics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Phase transition. As a part of the same scientific study, Jorge G. Russo usually deals with the Quantum mechanics, concentrating on Scalar and frequently concerns with Superconductivity.

His String research includes elements of Bound state, Brane cosmology, Brane, M-theory and Angular momentum. His Wilson loop study in the realm of Gauge theory interacts with subjects such as Operator. Jorge G. Russo has researched Theoretical physics in several fields, including Conformal map and Black hole.

- Mathematical physics (101.50%)
- Quantum mechanics (38.62%)
- String (29.34%)

- Mathematical physics (101.50%)
- Phase transition (22.75%)
- Charge (12.28%)

Jorge G. Russo focuses on Mathematical physics, Phase transition, Charge, Fixed point and Coupling. His Mathematical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cauchy distribution, Cauchy stress tensor and De Sitter space. His Phase transition study also includes fields such as

- Logarithm which intersects with area such as Wilson loop, Hermitian matrix and Random matrix,
- Strong coupling that intertwine with fields like Supergravity, Critical phenomena and Holography.

His work is dedicated to discovering how Charge, Scalar field are connected with Theory of relativity and Massless particle and other disciplines. Jorge G. Russo interconnects Perturbation theory, Scaling limit, Instanton and Spin-½ in the investigation of issues within Fixed point. His studies deal with areas such as Feynman diagram, Scalar field theory and Combinatorics as well as Coupling.

- A limit for large R -charge correlators in N $$ \mathcal{N} $$ = 2 theories (48 citations)
- A limit for large R -charge correlators in N $$ \mathcal{N} $$ = 2 theories (48 citations)
- A limit for large $R$-charge correlators in $\mathcal{N}=2$ theories. (40 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical physics, Conformal field theory, Coupling, Charge and Scalar field. His Mathematical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Orthogonal basis, Antisymmetric relation and Quantum chromodynamics. His Conformal field theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Supersymmetric gauge theory and Combinatorics.

The Coupling study combines topics in areas such as Fixed point and Partition function. In his research, Quantum entanglement and Algebra is intimately related to Conformal map, which falls under the overarching field of Scalar field. His study on Gauge theory also encompasses disciplines like

- Limit which intersects with area such as Lambda,
- Quiver which is related to area like Series.

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Large N limit of non-commutative gauge theories

Juan Martin Maldacena;J.G. Russo.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(1999)**

558 Citations

Spinning strings in AdS 5 × S 5 : New integrable system relations

G. Arutyunov;J. Russo;Arkady A. Tseytlin.

Physical Review D **(2004)**

531 Citations

Spinning strings in AdS5 x S5 and integrable systems

Jorge G Russo.

Nuclear Physics **(2003)**

513 Citations

Spinning strings in AdS5 x S5 and integrable systems

Gleb Arutyunov;Sergey Frolov;J. Russo;J. Russo;Arkady A. Tseytlin;Arkady A. Tseytlin.

Nuclear Physics **(2003)**

380 Citations

End point of Hawking radiation

Jorge G. Russo;Leonard Susskind;Larus Thorlacius.

Physical Review D **(1992)**

363 Citations

Black hole evaporation in 1+1 dimensions

Jorge G. Russo;Leonard Susskind;Lárus Thorlacius.

Physics Letters B **(1992)**

240 Citations

On solvable models of type IIB superstring in NS-NS and R-R plane wave backgrounds

Jorge G. Russo;Arkady A. Tseytlin;Arkady A. Tseytlin.

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

232 Citations

Solvable model of strings in a time-dependent plane-wave background

Georgios Papadopoulos;J G Russo;J G Russo;A A Tseytlin;A A Tseytlin.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2003)**

215 Citations

Spiky strings and giant magnons on S5

M. Kruczenski;J. Russo;A. A. Tseytlin.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2006)**

213 Citations

Bagger-Lambert theory for general Lie algebras

Jaume Gomis;Giuseppe Milanesi;Jorge G. Russo;Jorge G. Russo.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2008)**

203 Citations

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