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Physics
D-index
76
Citations
21,999
199
World Ranking
2608
National Ranking
240

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Quantum field theory

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical physics, Supergravity, Supersymmetry, Quantum mechanics and Theoretical physics. His study in Mathematical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum electrodynamics and String duality. His Supergravity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as String, Yang–Mills theory, Spin-½ and Brane cosmology.

His Supersymmetry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Charge, Randall–Sundrum model, Noether's theorem and Holonomy. In his research, Space, Courant bracket and Equations of motion is intimately related to Homogeneous space, which falls under the overarching field of Quantum mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Propagator, M-theory and Classical mechanics.

- Kaluza-Klein Supergravity (874 citations)
- Embedding AdS Black Holes in Ten and Eleven Dimensions (715 citations)
- String Solitons (703 citations)

His primary areas of study are Mathematical physics, Supergravity, Theoretical physics, Supersymmetry and Quantum mechanics. His work on Heterotic string theory, Compactification and String as part of general Mathematical physics study is frequently linked to Duality, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Heterotic string theory study combines topics in areas such as Non-critical string theory, Dilaton, String duality, String field theory and Type I string theory.

His research in Supergravity intersects with topics in Superstring theory, Quantum electrodynamics, Brane cosmology and Homogeneous space. M. J. Duff interconnects M-theory, Unification and Classical mechanics in the investigation of issues within Theoretical physics. M. J. Duff combines subjects such as Spacetime, Brane and Gauge theory with his study of Supersymmetry.

- Mathematical physics (52.50%)
- Supergravity (39.06%)
- Theoretical physics (29.06%)

- Supergravity (39.06%)
- Theoretical physics (29.06%)
- Mathematical physics (52.50%)

Supergravity, Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Black hole and Supersymmetry are his primary areas of study. His Supergravity research also works with subjects such as

- Spacetime and related Magic square,
- Pure mathematics that connect with fields like Homogeneous space. His studies deal with areas such as Content, Gravitation, Gauged supergravity and Dimensional reduction as well as Theoretical physics.

His work carried out in the field of Mathematical physics brings together such families of science as Equations of motion and Extremal black hole. His Black hole research integrates issues from Field, Vacuum state, Radiation, Unruh effect and Acceleration. His Supersymmetry research includes elements of Classical mechanics, Quantum entanglement and Unification.

- The black-hole/qubit correspondence: an up-to-date review (90 citations)
- A magic pyramid of supergravities (66 citations)
- Twin supergravities from Yang-Mills theory squared (64 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Quantum field theory

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Supergravity, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Yang–Mills existence and mass gap and Gauge theory. M. J. Duff has researched Supergravity in several fields, including Black hole, Spacetime, Scalar and Field. In general Mathematical physics, his work in Superstring theory, Compactification and U-duality is often linked to Duality linking many areas of study.

His research investigates the connection with Compactification and areas like Holonomy which intersect with concerns in Supersymmetry and Quantum mechanics. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Differential form, Gravitation, Lorentz covariance and Physical law. M. J. Duff has included themes like Quantum electrodynamics and Supersymmetry algebra in his Yang–Mills existence and mass gap study.

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Kaluza-Klein Supergravity

M.J. Duff;B.E.W. Nilsson;C.N. Pope.

Physics Reports **(1986)**

1247 Citations

String Solitons

M. J. Duff;Ramzi R. Khuri;J. X. Lu.

**(1994)**

940 Citations

Embedding AdS Black Holes in Ten and Eleven Dimensions

Mirjam Cvetic;M.J. Duff;P. Hoxha;James T. Liu.

Nuclear Physics **(1999)**

816 Citations

Eleven-dimensional origin of string-string duality: A One loop test

M.J. Duff;James T. Liu;R. Minasian.

Nuclear Physics **(1995)**

590 Citations

Observations on Conformal Anomalies

M.J. Duff.

Nuclear Physics **(1977)**

555 Citations

Superstrings in D=10 from supermembranes in D=11

M.J. Duff;P.S. Howe;T. Inami;K.S. Stelle.

Physics Letters B **(1987)**

485 Citations

Twenty years of the Weyl anomaly

M J Duff.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(1994)**

482 Citations

Multi-membrane solutions of D = 11 supergravity

Michael J Duff;Kellogg S Stelle.

Physics Letters B **(1991)**

458 Citations

Non-local conformal anomalies☆

Stanley Deser;M.J. Duff;C.J. Isham.

Nuclear Physics **(1976)**

432 Citations

Duality rotations in string theory

M.J. Duff.

Nuclear Physics **(1990)**

368 Citations

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