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Engineering and Technology
D-index
65
Citations
13,465
187
World Ranking
724
National Ranking
295

Physics
D-index
73
Citations
15,182
236
World Ranking
2816
National Ranking
1385

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

His scientific interests lie mostly in Classical mechanics, Loop quantum cosmology, Loop quantum gravity, Quantum cosmology and Quantum geometry. His studies deal with areas such as Quantum gravity, Quantum dynamics, Quantum process, Quantization and Wheeler–DeWitt equation as well as Classical mechanics. His work in Quantum gravity addresses issues such as Semiclassical physics, which are connected to fields such as Lattice field theory and Lattice model.

His work deals with themes such as Basis and Open quantum system, which intersect with Loop quantum cosmology. The concepts of his Quantum cosmology study are interwoven with issues in Theoretical physics, Quantum operation, Effective field theory and Perturbation theory. His Quantum geometry research integrates issues from Inflation, Curvature and Initial singularity.

- Loop Quantum Cosmology (686 citations)
- Mathematical structure of loop quantum cosmology (686 citations)
- Absence of a Singularity in Loop Quantum Cosmology (604 citations)

Martin Bojowald mostly deals with Classical mechanics, Loop quantum gravity, Loop quantum cosmology, Quantum cosmology and Quantum gravity. Martin Bojowald has researched Classical mechanics in several fields, including Semiclassical gravity, Big Bounce, Quantum dynamics, Quantum geometry and Initial singularity. His Loop quantum gravity study introduces a deeper knowledge of Quantization.

His Loop quantum cosmology study combines topics in areas such as Wheeler–DeWitt equation, Singularity, Open quantum system and Mathematical physics. In Quantum cosmology, Martin Bojowald works on issues like Theoretical physics, which are connected to Quantum, Cosmology, Universe, Spacetime and Quantum fluctuation. His study in Quantum gravity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hořava–Lifshitz gravity, General relativity and Gravitational singularity.

- Classical mechanics (46.01%)
- Loop quantum gravity (40.68%)
- Loop quantum cosmology (40.68%)

- Theoretical physics (35.36%)
- Loop quantum gravity (40.68%)
- Mathematical physics (11.41%)

His primary scientific interests are in Theoretical physics, Loop quantum gravity, Mathematical physics, Quantum and Covariant transformation. His research in Loop quantum gravity intersects with topics in Quantum cosmology, Holonomy, Classical mechanics and Euclidean geometry. In general Quantum cosmology, his work in Minisuperspace is often linked to Boundary linking many areas of study.

His Classical mechanics research includes elements of Quantum dynamics and Canonical quantum gravity. His Quantum research incorporates themes from Regularization and Mathematical analysis. Within one scientific family, Martin Bojowald focuses on topics pertaining to Symplectic geometry under Quantum gravity, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Cosmology.

- Effective line elements and black-hole models in canonical loop quantum gravity (70 citations)
- Signature change in two-dimensional black-hole models of loop quantum gravity (44 citations)
- Hypersurface-deformation algebroids and effective spacetime models (42 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Quantum field theory

Martin Bojowald spends much of his time researching Theoretical physics, Loop quantum gravity, Quantum cosmology, Quantum and Classical mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spherically symmetric spacetime, Quantum field theory in curved spacetime, Background independence, Spacetime symmetries and Quantum spacetime. His Loop quantum gravity study combines Quantum gravity and Quantization studies.

His work on Loop quantum cosmology as part of general Quantum cosmology research is frequently linked to Internal time, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work on Canonical quantum gravity as part of general Quantum study is frequently linked to Classical structure, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Scalar field study in the realm of Classical mechanics interacts with subjects such as Degrees of freedom.

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Loop Quantum Cosmology

Martin Bojowald.

Living Reviews in Relativity **(2005)**

1111 Citations

Absence of a Singularity in Loop Quantum Cosmology

Martin Bojowald.

Physical Review Letters **(2001)**

1008 Citations

Mathematical structure of loop quantum cosmology

Abhay Ashtekar;Martin Bojowald;Jerzy Lewandowski;Jerzy Lewandowski.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2003)**

787 Citations

Quantum geometry and the Schwarzschild singularity

Abhay Ashtekar;Abhay Ashtekar;Abhay Ashtekar;Martin Bojowald.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2006)**

421 Citations

Isotropic loop quantum cosmology

Martin Bojowald.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2002)**

371 Citations

Inflation from quantum geometry.

Martin Bojowald.

Physical Review Letters **(2002)**

314 Citations

Inverse scale factor in isotropic quantum geometry

Martin Bojowald.

Physical Review D **(2001)**

305 Citations

Effective Equations of Motion for Quantum Systems

Martin Bojowald;Aureliano Skirzewski.

Reviews in Mathematical Physics **(2006)**

267 Citations

Homogeneous loop quantum cosmology

Martin Bojowald.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2003)**

252 Citations

Spherically symmetric quantum geometry: Hamiltonian constraint

Martin Bojowald;Rafal Swiderski;Rafal Swiderski.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2006)**

199 Citations

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