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- Mikko Laine

University of Bern

Switzerland

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Particle physics

Mikko Laine spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum chromodynamics, Electroweak interaction and Effective field theory. His studies deal with areas such as Thermal and Order as well as Particle physics. His Quantum electrodynamics research integrates issues from Thermal quantum field theory, Lattice QCD, Quark, Quark–gluon plasma and Debye.

His work carried out in the field of Quantum chromodynamics brings together such families of science as Perturbation theory, Plasma and Coupling constant. The Electroweak interaction study combines topics in areas such as Phase transition, Renormalization, Supersymmetry, Scalar and Higgs boson. His Effective field theory research includes elements of Lattice field theory and Gauge theory.

- Heavy Quark Thermalization in Classical Lattice Gauge Theory (556 citations)
- Is There a Hot Electroweak Phase Transition at mH > ∼ mW? (466 citations)
- The Pressure of hot QCD up to g6 ln(1/g) (328 citations)

Mikko Laine mainly focuses on Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Higgs boson, Lattice and Phase transition. Particle physics and Thermal are commonly linked in his work. Mikko Laine combines subjects such as Thermal quantum field theory, Quantum electrodynamics, Plasma and Observable with his study of Quantum chromodynamics.

His work deals with themes such as Gauge theory, Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Vortex and Scalar, which intersect with Higgs boson. His studies deal with areas such as Perturbation theory, Quantum mechanics, Dimensional reduction and Statistical physics as well as Lattice. His research integrates issues of Superconductivity, Electroweak interaction and Ising model in his study of Phase transition.

- Particle physics (64.07%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (42.46%)
- Higgs boson (40.70%)

- Particle physics (64.07%)
- Quantum chromodynamics (42.46%)
- Thermal (10.55%)

His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Quantum chromodynamics, Thermal, Quantum electrodynamics and Lattice. Mikko Laine frequently studies issues relating to Leptogenesis and Particle physics. His work on Resummation as part of his general Quantum chromodynamics study is frequently connected to Collision, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.

His Thermal study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phase transition, Spectral function and Plasma. As part of one scientific family, Mikko Laine deals mainly with the area of Quantum electrodynamics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Quark, and often Quantum. His work in Electroweak interaction is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Higgs boson.

- A White Paper on keV sterile neutrino Dark Matter (267 citations)
- FCC-hh: The Hadron Collider: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 3 (224 citations)
- FCC Physics Opportunities: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 1 (204 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Particle physics

His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Neutrino, Quark–gluon plasma and Thermal quantum field theory. His Particle physics research incorporates themes from Lepton number and Leptogenesis. Mikko Laine focuses mostly in the field of Quark–gluon plasma, narrowing it down to topics relating to Quantum electrodynamics and, in certain cases, Lattice.

His Thermal quantum field theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lattice gauge theory, Continuum, Quantum chromodynamics, Critical phenomena and Statistical physics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Yukawa potential, Baryon asymmetry are connected with Baryogenesis, Renormalization, Lattice field theory and Effective field theory and other disciplines. His Phase transition study incorporates themes from Theoretical physics, Higgs boson and Observable.

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Heavy Quark Thermalization in Classical Lattice Gauge Theory

Mikko Laine;Marcus Tassler;Guy D Moore;Owe Philipsen.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2009)**

933 Citations

Is There a Hot Electroweak Phase Transition at mH > ∼ mW?

K. Kajantie;K. Kajantie;M. Laine;K. Rummukainen;Mikhail E. Shaposhnikov.

Physical Review Letters **(1996)**

596 Citations

Generic rules for high temperature dimensional reduction and their application to the Standard Model

K. Kajantie;M. Laine;K. Rummukainen;Mikhail E. Shaposhnikov.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

540 Citations

The Electroweak Phase Transition: A Non-Perturbative Analysis

K. Kajantie;K. Kajantie;M. Laine;M. Laine;K. Rummukainen;Mikhail E. Shaposhnikov.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

525 Citations

A White Paper on keV sterile neutrino Dark Matter

R. Adhikari;M. Agostini;N. Anh Ky;N. Anh Ky;T. Araki.

Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics **(2017)**

513 Citations

The Pressure of hot QCD up to g6 ln(1/g)

K. Kajantie;M. Laine;K. Rummukainen;Y. Schroder.

Physical Review D **(2003)**

499 Citations

Real-time static potential in hot QCD

Mikko Laine;Owe Philipsen;Marcus Tassler;Paul Romatschke.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(2007)**

479 Citations

FCC-ee: The Lepton Collider: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 2

A. Abada;M. Abbrescia;M. Abbrescia;S. S. AbdusSalam;I. Abdyukhanov.

European Physical Journal-special Topics **(2019)**

433 Citations

Quark mass thresholds in QCD thermodynamics

Mikko Laine;York Schroder.

Physical Review D **(2006)**

392 Citations

Real-time static potential in hot QCD

M. Laine;O. Philipsen;P. Romatschke;M. Tassler.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology **(2006)**

360 Citations

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