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Physics
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85
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30,229
392
World Ranking
1886
National Ranking
974

2018 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

2013 - Pomeranchuk Prize, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics

2006 - Lilienfeld Prize, American Physical Society

1999 - Sakurai Prize, American Physical Society For fundamental contributions to the understanding of non-perturbative QCD, non-leptonic weak decays, and the analytic properties of supersymmetric gauge theories

1997 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his seminal contributions to nonperturbative dynamics in gauge theories QCD and supersymmetric theories, and their observational consequences

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

Mikhail "Misha" Shifman spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Supersymmetry, Theoretical physics and Quark. His study in Nuclear physics extends to Particle physics with its themes. His study in Quantum chromodynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Meson and Spontaneous symmetry breaking.

His Supersymmetry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Instanton, Quantum field theory and Gauge theory. His work carried out in the field of Theoretical physics brings together such families of science as Classical mechanics, Massless particle and Observable. His Quark study incorporates themes from Gluon field, Hadron, Quark model, Operator product expansion and Semileptonic decay.

- QCD and resonance physics. theoretical foundations (3242 citations)
- QCD and Resonance Physics: Applications (1616 citations)
- Can Confinement Ensure Natural CP Invariance of Strong Interactions (1348 citations)

His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry and Theoretical physics. His work on Nuclear physics expands to the thematically related Particle physics. Quantum chromodynamics is frequently linked to Operator product expansion in his study.

Mikhail "Misha" Shifman has included themes like Quantum mechanics and Abelian group in his Mathematical physics study. His Supersymmetry research includes themes of Central charge, Instanton, Heterotic string theory and Gauge theory. His studies deal with areas such as Equivalence, Yang–Mills existence and mass gap and Massless particle as well as Theoretical physics.

- Particle physics (47.44%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (38.45%)
- Mathematical physics (32.72%)

- Mathematical physics (32.72%)
- Supersymmetry (32.52%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (38.45%)

Mikhail "Misha" Shifman mainly focuses on Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry, Quantum chromodynamics, Particle physics and Sigma model. His studies in Mathematical physics integrate themes in fields like Abelian group and Quantum mechanics, Moduli. His Supersymmetry research incorporates themes from Theoretical physics, Heterotic string theory, Limit, Sigma and Coupling.

His Theoretical physics research includes elements of Operator product expansion, Yang–Mills existence and mass gap, Gauge theory and Quantum field theory. Mikhail "Misha" Shifman has researched Quantum chromodynamics in several fields, including Limit, Conifold, Higgs boson, Coulomb and Magnetic monopole. Many of his studies on Particle physics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Scattering length.

- Advanced Topics in Quantum Field Theory (66 citations)
- Advanced Topics in Quantum Field Theory: A Lecture Course (64 citations)
- A Visible QCD Axion from an Enlarged Color Group (54 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Mathematical analysis

His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Supersymmetry, Particle physics and Moduli. His research in Mathematical physics intersects with topics in Zero and Quantum mechanics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Limit, Theoretical physics, Vacuum energy, Cutoff and Gauge group in addition to Quantum chromodynamics.

His Theoretical physics research integrates issues from Operator product expansion, Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum field theory and Renormalon. His study on Superfield is often connected to Exact formula as part of broader study in Supersymmetry. Specifically, his work in Particle physics is concerned with the study of Quark.

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QCD and resonance physics. theoretical foundations

M.A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;V.I. Zakharov.

Nuclear Physics **(1979)**

6710 Citations

QCD and Resonance Physics: Applications

M.A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;V.I. Zakharov.

Nuclear Physics **(1979)**

3337 Citations

Can Confinement Ensure Natural CP Invariance of Strong Interactions

Mikhail A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;Valentin I. Zakharov.

Nuclear Physics **(1980)**

2494 Citations

Charmonium and gluons

V.A. Novikov;L.B. Okun;Mikhail A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein.

Physics Reports **(1978)**

1149 Citations

Exact Gell-Mann-Low Function of Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Theories from Instanton Calculus

V.A. Novikov;Mikhail A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;Valentin I. Zakharov.

Nuclear Physics **(1983)**

1009 Citations

Asymptotic freedom, light quarks and the origin of the ΔT = 12 rule in the non-leptonic decays of strange particles

Mikhail A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;Valentin I. Zakharov.

Nuclear Physics **(1977)**

854 Citations

QCD and resonance physics: The ϱ-ω mixing

Mikhail A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;Valentin I. Zakharov.

Nuclear Physics **(1979)**

841 Citations

QCD predictions for lepton spectra in inclusive heavy flavor decays

I. I. Bigi;M. Shifman;N. G. Uraltsev;A. Vainshtein.

Physical Review Letters **(1993)**

819 Citations

Remarks on Higgs-Boson Interactions with Nucleons

Mikhail A. Shifman;A.I. Vainshtein;Valentin I. Zakharov.

Physics Letters B **(1978)**

752 Citations

Solution of the anomaly puzzle in SUSY gauge theories and the Wilson operator expansion

Mikhail "Misha" Shifman;Arkady Vainshtein.

Nuclear Physics **(1986)**

733 Citations

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