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Mathematics
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48
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5,582
112
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653
National Ranking
11

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Geometry

Masahito Yamazaki spends much of his time researching Theoretical physics, Gauge theory, Quantum mechanics, Mathematical physics and Quantum electrodynamics. His research integrates issues of Calabi–Yau manifold, Dual polyhedron and Effective field theory in his study of Theoretical physics. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Gauge theory and Duality in his work.

His Quantum mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coset construction and Differential form. The various areas that Masahito Yamazaki examines in his Mathematical physics study include Trigonometry, Interpretation and Partition function. His work in Quantum electrodynamics addresses subjects such as Quiver, which are connected to disciplines such as Supersymmetric gauge theory.

- New aspects of Heterotic–F-theory duality (218 citations)
- 4d index to 3d index and 2d topological quantum field theory (208 citations)
- SL(2,R) Chern-Simons, Liouville, and Gauge Theory on Duality Walls (155 citations)

Masahito Yamazaki focuses on Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Pure mathematics and Quiver. His work on Brane as part of general Theoretical physics study is frequently connected to Topological string theory, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Mathematical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum electrodynamics and Limit.

His research on Gauge theory concerns the broader Quantum mechanics. His studies in Pure mathematics integrate themes in fields like String theory and Algebra. His work carried out in the field of Quiver brings together such families of science as Fixed point, Seiberg duality, Lattice, Cluster algebra and Bipartite graph.

- Theoretical physics (44.68%)
- Mathematical physics (39.36%)
- Gauge theory (36.70%)

- Theoretical physics (44.68%)
- Mathematical physics (39.36%)
- Gauge theory (36.70%)

His primary scientific interests are in Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics, Gauge theory, Pure mathematics and Quantum gravity. His Theoretical physics study combines topics in areas such as Quintessence, Conjecture, Integrable system, Axion and Swampland. Partition function is the focus of his Mathematical physics research.

He performs integrative study on Gauge theory and Duality in his works. His study in Pure mathematics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Affine Lie algebra, Cluster algebra and Lattice. His work in Quantum gravity tackles topics such as Standard Model which are related to areas like Supersymmetry breaking and Higgs sector.

- Gauge Theory and Integrability, II (87 citations)
- Do We Live in the Swampland (85 citations)
- Gauge Theory and Integrability, I (34 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Geometry

His primary areas of study are Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Conjecture, Gauge theory and Swampland. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Boundary value problem, Limit, Homogeneous space and Inflaton. The concepts of his Theoretical physics study are interwoven with issues in Expectation value, Gravitation, Fundamental interaction, Dark matter and Cosmological model.

Masahito Yamazaki has researched Conjecture in several fields, including Chern–Simons theory, Connection, Partition function, Order and Root of unity. The Gauge theory study combines topics in areas such as Charge, Quantum group and Direct product. He combines subjects such as Quantum gravity, UV completion and Effective field theory with his study of Swampland.

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New aspects of Heterotic–F-theory duality

Hirotaka Hayashi;Radu Tatar;Yukinobu Toda;Taizan Watari;Taizan Watari.

Nuclear Physics **(2009)**

218 Citations

4d index to 3d index and 2d topological quantum field theory

Francesco Benini;Tatsuma Nishioka;Masahito Yamazaki.

Physical Review D **(2012)**

208 Citations

SL(2,R) Chern-Simons, Liouville, and Gauge Theory on Duality Walls

Yuji Terashima;Masahito Yamazaki.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2011)**

161 Citations

Gauge Theory and Integrability, II

Kevin Costello;Edward Witten;Masahito Yamazaki.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(2018)**

131 Citations

Brane tilings and their applications

Masahito Yamazaki.

Protein Science **(2008)**

131 Citations

Recursion relations for conformal blocks

João Penedones;João Penedones;Emilio Trevisani;Emilio Trevisani;Masahito Yamazaki.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2016)**

127 Citations

Semiclassical analysis of the 3d/3d relation

Yuji Terashima;Masahito Yamazaki.

Physical Review D **(2013)**

113 Citations

A New N = 4 Membrane Action via Orbifold

Hiroyuki Fuji;Seiji Terashima;Masahito Yamazaki;Masahito Yamazaki.

Nuclear Physics **(2009)**

110 Citations

Do We Live in the Swampland

Hitoshi Murayama;Hitoshi Murayama;Hitoshi Murayama;Masahito Yamazaki;Tsutomu T. Yanagida.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2018)**

110 Citations

3d Chern-Simons Theory from M5-branes

Sungjay Lee;Sungjay Lee;Masahito Yamazaki.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2013)**

99 Citations

Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.

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