2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
2001 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For her work in a wide range of topics in supergravity and string theory, from nonperturbative gravitational effects such as black holes and domain walls to their phenomenological consequences
Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Mirjam Cvetič spends much of her time researching Mathematical physics, Particle physics, Supersymmetry, Supergravity and Theoretical physics. Her Mathematical physics study incorporates themes from Quantum mechanics, Black hole and Scalar. Her studies link Moduli with Particle physics.
The various areas that Mirjam Cvetič examines in her Supergravity study include Dilaton, Quantum electrodynamics and Angular momentum. Her Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Supersymmetry breaking, Gravitational singularity, M-theory and Type II string theory. Her study looks at the relationship between Orientifold and fields such as Gauge group, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Her main research concerns Mathematical physics, Theoretical physics, Supergravity, Particle physics and Supersymmetry. Mirjam Cvetič interconnects Quantum electrodynamics and Quantum mechanics, Black hole in the investigation of issues within Mathematical physics. The concepts of her Theoretical physics study are interwoven with issues in Instanton, Gauge group and Effective field theory.
Her research in Supergravity intersects with topics in String theory, Dilaton, Scalar, Domain wall and Space. Particle physics is frequently linked to Moduli in her study. Mirjam Cvetič combines subjects such as Brane cosmology, Brane, Massless particle and Gauge theory with her study of Supersymmetry.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical physics, F-theory, Supergravity, Black hole and Theoretical physics. Her study in Mathematical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Gravitational singularity, Wave equation, Homogeneous space and Moduli space. Her F-theory study combines topics in areas such as Gauge symmetry, Gauge group and Pure mathematics, Fibered knot.
Mirjam Cvetič usually deals with Supergravity and limits it to topics linked to Massless particle and Rotating black hole. Her Black hole study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Horizon, Gauged supergravity, Conformal symmetry and Classical mechanics. Her research investigates the link between Theoretical physics and topics such as Higgs boson that cross with problems in Effective field theory.
Mirjam Cvetič mainly investigates F-theory, Gauge group, Compactification, Mathematical physics and Abelian group. Her F-theory research incorporates elements of Gauge symmetry, Fibered knot and Homogeneous space. The Gauge group study combines topics in areas such as Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model, Supergravity and Theoretical physics, String theory.
Mirjam Cvetič has included themes like Codimension, Algebraic geometry and Gauge theory in her Compactification study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Conformal anomaly, Scalar and Classical mechanics in addition to Mathematical physics. Her Classical mechanics study incorporates themes from Gauged supergravity, Photon sphere and Black hole.
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Chiral Four-Dimensional N=1 Supersymmetric Type IIA Orientifolds from Intersecting D6-Branes
Mirjam Cvetič;Mirjam Cvetič;Mirjam Cvetič;Gary Shiu;Gary Shiu;Angel M. Uranga.
Nuclear Physics (2001)
Embedding AdS Black Holes in Ten and Eleven Dimensions
Mirjam Cvetic;M.J. Duff;P. Hoxha;James T. Liu.
Nuclear Physics (1999)
Black hole enthalpy and an entropy inequality for the thermodynamic volume
Mirjam Cvetič;G. W. Gibbons;D. Kubizňák;C. N. Pope;C. N. Pope.
Physical Review D (2011)
Black Hole Thermodynamics and Negative Entropy in deSitter and Anti-deSitter Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity
M. Cvetic;S. Nojiri;S.D. Odintsov.
arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory (2001)
TOWARD REALISTIC INTERSECTING D-BRANE MODELS
Ralph Blumenhagen;Mirjam Cvetič;Paul George Langacker;Gary Shiu;Gary Shiu.
Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science (2005)
Black hole thermodynamics and negative entropy in de Sitter and anti-de Sitter Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity
Mirjam Cvetič;Shin'ichi Nojiri;Sergei D. Odintsov;Sergei D. Odintsov.
Nuclear Physics (2002)
Three-Family Supersymmetric Standardlike Models from Intersecting Brane Worlds
Mirjam Cvetic;Gary Shiu;Gary Shiu;Angel M. Uranga.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
Phases of R-charged black holes, spinning branes and strongly coupled gauge theories
Mirjam Cvetic;Steven S. Gubser.
Journal of High Energy Physics (1999)
Spacetime instanton corrections in 4D string vacua: The Seesaw mechanism for D-Brane models
Ralph Blumenhagen;Ralph Blumenhagen;Mirjam Cvetič;Mirjam Cvetič;Timo Weigand.
Nuclear Physics (2007)
D-brane Instantons in Type II String Theory
Ralph Blumenhagen;Mirjam Cvetic;Shamit Kachru;Timo Weigand.
arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory (2009)
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