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Physics
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97
Citations
36,639
708
World Ranking
1225
National Ranking
101

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Electron

Misao Sasaki focuses on Classical mechanics, Particle physics, Mathematical physics, Inflation and Electron–positron annihilation. His Classical mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cosmology, Cosmological perturbation theory, Rotating black hole and De Sitter universe. His Mathematical physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both De Sitter space and Curvature perturbation.

His research in Inflation tackles topics such as Astrophysics which are related to areas like Cosmic microwave background and Astronomy. His Electron–positron annihilation study contributes to a more complete understanding of Nuclear physics. His Brane research also works with subjects such as

- Brane cosmology which intersects with area such as Stress–energy tensor,
- Black brane which intersects with area such as Gravitation.

- Cosmological Perturbation Theory (1184 citations)
- The Einstein equations on the 3-brane world (1162 citations)
- The Einstein equations on the 3-brane world (1162 citations)

His main research concerns Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Electron–positron annihilation, Classical mechanics and Mathematical physics. His Nuclear physics study combines topics in areas such as Quantum chromodynamics and Photon. The Electron–positron annihilation study which covers Standard Model that intersects with Higgs boson.

His Classical mechanics research incorporates elements of Inflation, Theoretical physics, Perturbation and Black hole. His research in Theoretical physics intersects with topics in Cosmology and Gravitation. His studies in Mathematical physics integrate themes in fields like Spacetime, De Sitter universe and Scalar.

- Particle physics (54.56%)
- Nuclear physics (49.25%)
- Electron–positron annihilation (40.32%)

- Inflation (19.86%)
- Mathematical physics (20.46%)
- Astrophysics (20.16%)

His primary areas of investigation include Inflation, Mathematical physics, Astrophysics, Theoretical physics and Classical mechanics. His work on Instanton, General relativity and Gauge theory as part of general Mathematical physics research is frequently linked to Formalism, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work investigates the relationship between Astrophysics and topics such as Cosmic microwave background that intersect with problems in Cosmology, Spectral density and Particle physics.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Hawking, Black hole, Observable, Gravitation and Black hole information paradox in addition to Theoretical physics. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Gravitation, focusing on Scalar field and, on occasion, Einstein. In Classical mechanics, he works on issues like False vacuum, which are connected to Event horizon and Singularity.

- Primordial Black Hole Scenario for the Gravitational-Wave Event GW150914 (479 citations)
- Primordial black holes—perspectives in gravitational wave astronomy (338 citations)
- Violation of non-Gaussianity consistency relation in a single-field inflationary model (240 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Electron

Misao Sasaki mainly investigates Inflation, Non-Gaussianity, Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics and Gravitational wave. Misao Sasaki has included themes like Field, Primordial black hole, Curvature, Universe and Hubble volume in his Inflation study. His research on Non-Gaussianity also deals with topics like

- Toy model most often made with reference to Statistical physics,
- Bispectrum together with Attractor,
- Cosmological perturbation theory that intertwine with fields like Classical mechanics, Effective field theory, Jordan and Einstein frames, Minimal coupling and Inflaton,
- Planck, which have a strong connection to CMB cold spot.

His Theoretical physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cosmology, Galaxy, Massive gravity and Observable. His Cosmology research integrates issues from Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory, Gauge theory and Cosmological constant. His Mathematical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Function, Cosmological constant problem and White hole.

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Cosmological Perturbation Theory

Hideo Kodama;Misao Sasaki.

Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement **(1984)**

1919 Citations

The Einstein equations on the 3-brane world

Tetsuya Shiromizu;Tetsuya Shiromizu;Kei Ichi Maeda;Kei Ichi Maeda;Misao Sasaki;Misao Sasaki;Misao Sasaki.

Physical Review D **(2000)**

1757 Citations

A General Analytic Formula for the Spectral Index of the Density Perturbations Produced during Inflation.

Misao Sasaki;Ewan D. Stewart.

Progress of Theoretical Physics **(1996)**

1061 Citations

Discovery of a cool planet of 5.5 Earth masses through gravitational microlensing

J.-P. Beaulieu;D. P. Bennett;P. Fouqué;A. Williams.

Nature **(2006)**

835 Citations

A general proof of the conservation of the curvature perturbation

David H. Lyth;Karim A. Malik;Misao Sasaki.

Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics **(2005)**

799 Citations

Gauss-Bonnet dark energy

Shin'ichi Nojiri;Sergei D. Odintsov;Misao Sasaki.

Physical Review D **(2005)**

720 Citations

Primordial Black Hole Scenario for the Gravitational-Wave Event GW150914

Misao Sasaki;Teruaki Suyama;Takahiro Tanaka;Takahiro Tanaka;Shuichiro Yokoyama.

Physical Review Letters **(2016)**

709 Citations

Large Scale Quantum Fluctuations in the Inflationary Universe

Misao Sasaki.

Progress of Theoretical Physics **(1986)**

673 Citations

Measurement of the $Z^0$ line shape parameters and the electroweak couplings of charged leptons

G. Alexander;J. Allison;P. P. Allport;K. J. Anderson.

European Physical Journal C **(1991)**

552 Citations

The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna DECIGO

Seiji Kawamura;Hiroo Kunimori;Mizuhiko Hosokawa;Ryuichi Fujita.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2011)**

541 Citations

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