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Mathematics
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34
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4,439
92
World Ranking
2072
National Ranking
22

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Schrödinger equation

His scientific interests lie mostly in Supersymmetry, Quantum mechanics, Hamiltonian, Supersymmetric quantum mechanics and Superalgebra. The subject of his Supersymmetry research is within the realm of Mathematical physics. His Mathematical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bound state and Scattering amplitude.

He focuses mostly in the field of Quantum mechanics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Darboux integral and, in certain cases, Factorization method and Pure mathematics. His Hamiltonian research includes elements of Spectral line and Scattering. The various areas that he examines in his Supersymmetric quantum mechanics study include Theoretical physics and Quantum process.

- Higher derivative supersymmetry and the Witten index (299 citations)
- The factorization method and quantum systems with equivalent energy spectra (216 citations)
- SECOND ORDER DERIVATIVE SUPERSYMMETRY, q DEFORMATIONS AND THE SCATTERING PROBLEM (200 citations)

Supersymmetry, Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics, Hamiltonian and Quantum are his primary areas of study. His Supersymmetry research includes themes of Integrable system, Theoretical physics, Matrix and Supersymmetric quantum mechanics. His Mathematical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Symmetry, Separation of variables and Diagonalizable matrix.

His Quantum mechanics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Second derivative. His studies in Hamiltonian integrate themes in fields like Bound state, Quadratic equation, Schrödinger's cat, Wave function and Harmonic oscillator. His work on Quantum decoherence as part of general Quantum study is frequently linked to Biorthogonal system and Supersymmetry algebra, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.

- Supersymmetry (60.19%)
- Mathematical physics (56.48%)
- Quantum mechanics (35.19%)

- Mathematical physics (56.48%)
- Supersymmetry (60.19%)
- Quantum (33.33%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical physics, Supersymmetry, Quantum, Integrable system and Wave function. Particularly relevant to Invariant is his body of work in Mathematical physics. The Invariant study combines topics in areas such as Fourth order and Supersymmetric quantum mechanics.

His research in Supersymmetric quantum mechanics tackles topics such as Singular point of a curve which are related to areas like Quantum mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Theoretical physics, Fokker–Planck equation, Class, Generalization and Ansatz, which intersect with Supersymmetry. In his research, Invertible matrix and Separation of variables is intimately related to Schrödinger equation, which falls under the overarching field of Wave function.

- SUSY method for the three-dimensional Schrödinger equation with effective mass (15 citations)
- New implicitly solvable potential produced by second order shape invariance (6 citations)
- Some properties of the shape-invariant two-dimensional Scarf II model (2 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Schrödinger equation

His main research concerns Supersymmetry, Wave function, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics and Supersymmetric quantum mechanics. His research in the fields of Superpartner overlaps with other disciplines such as Complex system. His work carried out in the field of Wave function brings together such families of science as Schrödinger equation and Integrable system.

Mikhail V. Ioffe combines subjects such as Supercharge and Invertible matrix with his study of Integrable system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fokker–Planck equation, Class, Generalization, Zero-point energy and Ansatz. His work carried out in the field of Supersymmetric quantum mechanics brings together such families of science as Fourth order, Hamiltonian and Invariant.

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Higher derivative supersymmetry and the Witten index

Alexander A. Andrianov;Mikhail V. Ioffe;V.P. Spiridonov.

Physics Letters A **(1993)**

342 Citations

Higher derivative supersymmetry and the Witten index

Alexander A. Andrianov;Mikhail V. Ioffe;V.P. Spiridonov.

Physics Letters A **(1993)**

342 Citations

The factorization method and quantum systems with equivalent energy spectra

A.A. Andrianov;N.V. Borisov;M.V. Ioffe.

Physics Letters A **(1984)**

305 Citations

The factorization method and quantum systems with equivalent energy spectra

A.A. Andrianov;N.V. Borisov;M.V. Ioffe.

Physics Letters A **(1984)**

305 Citations

SUSY Quantum Mechanics with Complex Superpotentials and Real Energy Spectra

A.A. Andrianov;F. Cannata;J.-P. Dedonder;M.V. Ioffe.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(1998)**

277 Citations

SUSY Quantum Mechanics with Complex Superpotentials and Real Energy Spectra

A.A. Andrianov;F. Cannata;J.-P. Dedonder;M.V. Ioffe.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(1998)**

277 Citations

Second order derivative supersymmetry and scattering problem

A A Andrianov;F Cannata;J P Dedonder;M Ioffe.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(1994)**

276 Citations

Second order derivative supersymmetry and scattering problem

A A Andrianov;F Cannata;J P Dedonder;M Ioffe.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(1994)**

276 Citations

SUSY Quantum Mechanics with Complex Superpotentials and Real Energy Spectra

A. A. Andrianov;M. V. Ioffe;F. Cannata;J.-P. Dedonder.

International Journal of Modern Physics A **(1999)**

248 Citations

SUSY Quantum Mechanics with Complex Superpotentials and Real Energy Spectra

A. A. Andrianov;M. V. Ioffe;F. Cannata;J.-P. Dedonder.

International Journal of Modern Physics A **(1999)**

248 Citations

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