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Physics
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87
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26,887
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1776
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155

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Mathematical analysis

His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Higgs boson, Quark and Order. His Particle physics research includes elements of Loop and Nuclear physics. The Quantum chromodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Order, Strong coupling, Decoupling and Branching fraction.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Large Hadron Collider, Standard Model and Physics beyond the Standard Model in addition to Higgs boson. His Quark study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electron–positron annihilation and Scalar. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Vertex function, Structure, Mass parameter and Development.

- Estimate of B(B̄→X s γ) at O(α s 2 ) (541 citations)
- Estimate ofB(B¯→Xsγ)atO(αs2) (434 citations)
- RunDec: A Mathematica package for running and decoupling of the strong coupling and quark masses (404 citations)

Matthias Steinhauser mainly focuses on Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Higgs boson and Top quark. His studies in Particle physics integrate themes in fields like Loop, Nuclear physics and Order. His Quantum chromodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Renormalization, Massless particle, Mathematical physics, Hadron and Branching fraction.

His work in Quark covers topics such as Decoupling which are related to areas like Strong coupling. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Higgs boson, concentrating on Limit and frequently concerns with Form factor. His studies deal with areas such as Production, Pair production and Cross section as well as Top quark.

- Particle physics (85.19%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (51.17%)
- Quark (36.62%)

- Particle physics (85.19%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (51.17%)
- Quark (36.62%)

Matthias Steinhauser focuses on Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Quark, Higgs boson and Order. His Particle physics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Limit. His research integrates issues of Massless particle, Renormalization, Mathematical physics, Form factor and Differential equation in his study of Quantum chromodynamics.

His Quark study combines topics in areas such as Series expansion and Loop. His Higgs boson research integrates issues from Effective field theory, Hadron, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Large Hadron Collider and Pair production. He studied Gluon and Standard Model that intersect with Branching fraction, Meson, B meson and Electroweak interaction.

- Handbook of LHC Higgs Cross Sections: 4. Deciphering the Nature of the Higgs Sector (386 citations)
- Weak radiative decays of the B meson and bounds on $M_{H^\pm }$ in the Two-Higgs-Doublet Model (169 citations)
- $\overline{ m MS}$-on-shell quark mass relation up to four loops in QCD and a general SU$(N)$ gauge group (88 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Particle physics

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Higgs boson, Loop and Quark. Matthias Steinhauser interconnects Radiative transfer and Decoupling in the investigation of issues within Particle physics. His Quantum chromodynamics study incorporates themes from Form factor, Order, Renormalization and Charm.

The various areas that he examines in his Higgs boson study include Parton, Top quark, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Pair production and Loop integral. His Loop research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mathematical physics, Quantum electrodynamics, Octet, Photon and Wave function renormalization. His Quark research also works with subjects such as

- Differential equation together with Computation and Quartic function,
- Series expansion and related Momentum.

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Handbook of LHC Higgs cross sections: 4. Deciphering the nature of the Higgs sector

D. de Florian;C. Grojean;F. Maltoni;C. Mariotti.

CERN Yellow Reports: Monographs; (2016) **(2016)**

1268 Citations

Estimate of B(B̄→X s γ) at O(α s 2 )

M. Misiak;M. Misiak;H. M. Asatrian;K. Bieri;M. Czakon.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

972 Citations

Estimate ofB(B¯→Xsγ)atO(αs2)

M. Misiak;H. M. Asatrian;K. Bieri;M. Czakon.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

674 Citations

RunDec: A Mathematica package for running and decoupling of the strong coupling and quark masses

K.G. Chetyrkin;Johann H. Kuhn;M. Steinhauser.

Computer Physics Communications **(2000)**

603 Citations

Handbook of LHC Higgs Cross Sections: 4. Deciphering the Nature of the Higgs Sector

D. de Florian;C. Grojean;F. Maltoni;C. Mariotti.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology **(2016)**

597 Citations

B(s,d)→ℓ(+)ℓ(-) in the standard model with reduced theoretical uncertainty.

Christoph Bobeth;Martin Gorbahn;Martin Gorbahn;Thomas Hermann;Mikołaj Misiak;Mikołaj Misiak.

Physical Review Letters **(2014)**

583 Citations

Decoupling relations to O(αs3) and their connection to low-energy theorems

K.G. Chetyrkin;B.A. Kniehl;M. Steinhauser.

Nuclear Physics **(1998)**

560 Citations

RunDec: a Mathematica package for running and decoupling of the strong coupling and quark masses

K. G. Chetyrkin;J. H. Kuehn;M. Steinhauser.

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

448 Citations

NNLO QCD corrections to the B¯→Xsγ matrix elements using interpolation in mc

Mikołaj Misiak;Mikołaj Misiak;Matthias Steinhauser.

Nuclear Physics **(2007)**

437 Citations

The Physics of the B Factories

A. J. Bevan;B. Golob;Th Mannel;S. Prell.

European Physical Journal C **(2014)**

432 Citations

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