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Physics
D-index
80
Citations
26,954
207
World Ranking
2186
National Ranking
36

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

Luis E. Ibáñez mainly focuses on Particle physics, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry, Compactification and Orientifold. His Particle physics study often links to related topics such as String theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Yukawa potential, Quantum electrodynamics and Moduli.

His Supersymmetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quark, Gauge symmetry and Orbifold. His Orientifold study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dilaton, String phenomenology and Superpotential. The concepts of his Heterotic string theory study are interwoven with issues in Vacuum state and String, String field theory.

- D-Branes at Singularities : A Bottom-Up Approach to the String Embedding of the Standard Model (476 citations)
- Towards a theory of soft terms for the supersymmetric Standard Model (441 citations)
- On the low energy d = 4, N = 1 supergravity theory extracted from the d = 10, N = 1 superstring (425 citations)

Particle physics, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics, Compactification and Higgs boson are his primary areas of study. His study ties his expertise on String together with the subject of Particle physics. Luis E. Ibáñez has researched Supersymmetry in several fields, including Quark, Brane and Gauge group.

Theoretical physics is closely attributed to Moduli in his study. The Compactification study combines topics in areas such as Vacuum state, Hierarchy problem, Torus and Effective field theory. His studies deal with areas such as Standard Model, Field, Large Hadron Collider, Monodromy and Axion as well as Higgs boson.

- Particle physics (63.82%)
- Supersymmetry (42.43%)
- Theoretical physics (45.07%)

- Particle physics (63.82%)
- Higgs boson (22.37%)
- Mathematical physics (16.12%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Particle physics, Higgs boson, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics and Moduli. His research in Higgs boson intersects with topics in Field and Orientifold, Supersymmetry. Luis E. Ibáñez integrates several fields in his works, including Supersymmetry and Order.

He has included themes like Type and Conjecture in his Mathematical physics study. His Theoretical physics study deals with Monodromy intersecting with Axion. His Moduli research integrates issues from Orbifold, Effective action, Moduli space and Inflaton.

- Relaxion monodromy and the Weak Gravity Conjecture (142 citations)
- Relaxion monodromy and the Weak Gravity Conjecture (142 citations)
- The inflaton as an MSSM Higgs and open string modulus monodromy inflation (81 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

Luis E. Ibáñez mostly deals with Theoretical physics, Particle physics, String theory, Higgs boson and Moduli. He works in the field of Theoretical physics, namely String. Luis E. Ibáñez regularly links together related areas like Inflaton in his Particle physics studies.

As part of one scientific family, Luis E. Ibáñez deals mainly with the area of String theory, narrowing it down to issues related to the Heterotic string theory, and often Orbifold, Effective action, Invariant and Homogeneous space. As a member of one scientific family, Luis E. Ibáñez mostly works in the field of Higgs boson, focusing on Supersymmetry and, on occasion, Large Hadron Collider. Luis E. Ibáñez combines subjects such as Brane cosmology, Scalar potential and Moduli space with his study of Moduli.

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Low-energy predictions in supersymmetric grand unified theories

Luis E. Ibanez;Graham G. Ross.

Physics Letters B **(1981)**

980 Citations

SU(2)L × U(1) symmetry breaking as a radiative effect of supersymmetry breaking in GUTs

Luis E. Ibanez;Graham G. Ross.

Physics Letters B **(1982)**

967 Citations

Locally Supersymmetric SU(5) Grand Unification

Luis E. Ibanez.

Physics Letters B **(1982)**

875 Citations

Towards a theory of soft terms for the supersymmetric Standard Model

A. Brignole;Luis E. Ibanez;C. Munoz.

Nuclear Physics **(1994)**

797 Citations

On the low energy d = 4, N = 1 supergravity theory extracted from the d = 10, N = 1 superstring

Jean-Pierre Derendinger;L E Ibáñez;Hans Peter Nilles.

Physics Letters B **(1985)**

764 Citations

Discrete gauge symmetries and the origin of baryon and lepton number conservation in supersymmetric versions of the standard model

Luis E. Ibáñez;Graham G. Ross.

Nuclear Physics **(1992)**

761 Citations

Duality-anomaly cancellation, minimal string unification and the effective low-energy lagrangian of 4D strings

Luis E. Ibáñez;Dieter Lüst.

Nuclear Physics **(1992)**

621 Citations

N = 1 supergravity, the weak scale and the low-energy particle spectrum

Luis E. Ibanez;C. Lopez.

Nuclear Physics **(1984)**

620 Citations

Fermion masses and mixing angles from gauge symmetries

Luis E. Ibanez;Graham G. Ross.

Physics Letters B **(1994)**

594 Citations

Orbifolds and Wilson Lines

L.E. Ibáñez;H.P. Nilles;F. Quevedo.

Physics Letters B **(1987)**

582 Citations

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