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Mathematics

Switzerland

2023

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Mathematics
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71
Citations
16,297
152
World Ranking
181
National Ranking
3

2023 - Research.com Mathematics in Switzerland Leader Award

2022 - Research.com Mathematics in Switzerland Leader Award

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical physics, Topology, Instanton, Topological string theory and String. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum electrodynamics, Perturbation theory and Moduli space in addition to Mathematical physics. He has included themes like Entire function and Theta function in his Topology study.

His work carried out in the field of Instanton brings together such families of science as Conifold, Gauge theory, Matrix and String theory. His Topological string theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chern–Simons theory, Non-critical string theory, String field theory, Topological quantum field theory and Type I string theory. His work in the fields of String, such as Worldsheet, intersects with other areas such as AdS/CFT correspondence.

- The Topological Vertex (791 citations)
- From weak to strong coupling in ABJM theory (507 citations)
- Topological Strings and Integrable Hierarchies (505 citations)

His main research concerns Mathematical physics, Pure mathematics, Topological string theory, Instanton and Theoretical physics. His research integrates issues of Quantum mechanics and WKB approximation in his study of Mathematical physics. His Topological string theory research includes elements of Mirror symmetry and String theory, String, String field theory, Non-critical string theory.

His String research incorporates themes from Conifold, Limit and Topology. Marcos Marino works mostly in the field of Instanton, limiting it down to concerns involving Matrix and, occasionally, Type. His Theoretical physics study combines topics in areas such as Structure, Quantum chromodynamics and Wilson loop.

- Mathematical physics (35.18%)
- Pure mathematics (22.13%)
- Topological string theory (21.34%)

- Mathematical physics (35.18%)
- Quantum (9.49%)
- Quantization (9.49%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical physics, Quantum, Quantization, WKB approximation and Quantum mechanics. His work on Mathematical physics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Sigma model. His research in Quantization intersects with topics in Toda lattice and Gauge theory.

His WKB approximation study incorporates themes from Supersymmetry, Topological string theory, Spectrum and Quartic function. His work deals with themes such as Holomorphic function and Anomaly, which intersect with Topological string theory. His String research includes themes of Mirror symmetry and Topology.

- Localization techniques in quantum field theories (236 citations)
- Topological Strings from Quantum Mechanics (151 citations)
- Exact quantization conditions for the relativistic Toda lattice (88 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

Marcos Marino focuses on Quantization, Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, WKB approximation and Theoretical physics. His Quantization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Toda lattice, String and Orbifold. Marcos Marino combines subjects such as Mirror symmetry and Limit with his study of String.

Mathematical physics is closely attributed to Quantum in his research. In general Quantum mechanics, his work in Supersymmetry, Hamiltonian and Partition function is often linked to Fermi gas linking many areas of study. His study in Theoretical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Resummation, Quantum field theory and Stokes' theorem.

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The Topological Vertex

Mina Aganagic;Albrecht Klemm;Marcos Mariño;Cumrun Vafa;Cumrun Vafa.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2005)**

873 Citations

Topological Strings and Integrable Hierarchies

Mina Aganagic;Robbert Dijkgraaf;Albrecht Klemm;Marcos Mariño.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2006)**

578 Citations

From weak to strong coupling in ABJM theory

Nadav Drukker;Marcos Mariño;Pavel Putrov.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2011)**

574 Citations

Some exact results on tachyon condensation in string field theory

David Kutasov;Marcos Marino;Gregory W. Moore.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2000)**

505 Citations

Remarks on Tachyon Condensation in Superstring Field Theory

David Kutasov;Marcos Marino;Gregory W. Moore.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2000)**

430 Citations

ABJM theory as a Fermi gas

Marcos Mariño;Pavel Putrov.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2012)**

377 Citations

Nonlinear instantons from supersymmetric p-branes

Marcos Mariño;Ruben Minasian;Gregory Moore;Andrew Strominger.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2000)**

377 Citations

Matrix model as a mirror of Chern-Simons theory

Mina Aganagic;Albrecht Klemm;Marcos Mariño;Cumrun Vafa.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2004)**

359 Citations

Localization techniques in quantum field theories

Vasily Pestun;Maxim Zabzine;Francesco Benini;Francesco Benini;Tudor Dimofte;Tudor Dimofte.

Journal of Physics A **(2017)**

354 Citations

Exact results in ABJM theory from topological strings

Marcos Mariño;Pavel Putrov.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2010)**

328 Citations

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